Human Feelings Trailer

Human Feelings Trailer (1978)

16 October 1978

Heavenly Mrs. G. (Nancy Walker) will level Las Vegas if an angel (Billy Crystal) cannot find six good people there within a week.

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Cast

Nancy Walker

as God - Mrs. G

Billy Crystal

as Miles Gordon

Squire Fridell

as Phil Sawyer

Armand Assante

as Johnny Turner

Jack Carter

as Robin Dennis

Pat Morita

as Waiter

John Fiedler

as Lester

Pamela Sue Martin

as Verna Gold

Donna Pescow

as Gloria Prentice

Crew

Malcolm Stuart

Malcolm Stuart Executive Producer

John Cacavas

Original Music Composer

Caro Jones

Caro Jones Casting

Bill Ross

Bill Ross Art Direction

Rick Gentz

Rick Gentz Set Decoration

Charles W. Fries

Charles W. Fries Executive Producer

International Releases Dates

United States 16 October 1978

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