Sandy Duncan (Sandy Stockton)Marian Mercer (Kay Fox)Tom Bosley (Bert Quinn)M. Emmet Walsh (Alex Lembeck)Pam Zarit (Hilary)Eric Christmas (Ben Hampton)Keith Charles (Richard)Donald Woods (Lester Ellsworth)Marty Feldman (Burglar)Cesare Danova (Professor Monet)Marge Redmond (Dr. Jennifer Howard)Marcy Lafferty (Receptionist)Jack Bernardi (Florist)Mel A. Bishop (Delivery Man)Abe Vigoda (Mr. Samuelson)Ron Rifkin (Warren)John Hillerman (Plessy)Ken Lynch (Police Sergeant)
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The first incarnation of a TV series starring Sandy Duncan was "Funny Face" (1971) which was successful enough for CBS to invest in a second season the folllowing year. "When the series returned in the fall of 1972, it underwent a major renovation. This included renaming the program from Funny Face to The Sandy Duncan Show, as well as having new cast members, an additional producer, different writers, a slightly revised format, as well as filming it with three cameras in front of a live audience. In The Sandy Duncan Show, Sandy now worked for the advertising firm of Quinn & Cohen, where her supervisor was one of the partners, Bert Quinn (Tom Bosley); the other partner was Leonard Cohen (Alfie Wise). Two of her neighbors, Kay Fox (Marian Mercer) and Alex Lembeck (M. Emmet Walsh) were also close friends. Motorcycle police officer Alex constantly worried about Sandy's status as a single woman living alone, which he saw as being inherently dangerous; and as such, appointed himself as her chaperone/protector. Sandy had a very sweet and slightly naive nature and was prone to try to help anyone whom she felt needed help, including total strangers, so Alex's fears were not totally misplaced." This quote is from Wikipedia.