The Absent-Minded Professor

LaserDisc info
Title: The Absent-Minded Professor
Original Title: The Absent Minded Professor
IMDb / Disneyinfo:   
Country: United States United States
NTSC / PAL: NTSC
Reference: 28 AS
Type: CLV
Category: Live Action
Genre: Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi
Year: 1961
Release Date: 00-00-1983
UPC: None
ISBN: None
Catalog Number: 28-1
Price: ???
Manufactured By: * Multiple Sites *
Publisher: Walt Disney Productions
Distribution: Walt Disney Telecommunications And Non-Theatrical Company
Length: 96 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Sides: 2
Chapter(s): None
Size: 12 inch
Obi: No
Mono: English
Subtitles: None
Mint Marks Sample: Pioneer USA
95-576A1-03
95-576B1-02

Pioneer Japan
28AS-B01 1A181335
Synopsis
Disney's zany comedy about a lovable but bumbling science teacher, who accidentally invents an incredible anti-gravity substance - "flubber." Disney special effects make Professor Brainard's old Model T fly...not to mention the entire college basketball team! Things get even wackier as the Pentagon and small-time con artists try to steal flubber for themselves.
Cast
Original Other
Fred MacMurray - Professor Ned Brainard
Nancy Olson - Betsy Carlisle
Keenan Wynn - Alonzo P. Hawk
Tommy Kirk - Biff Hawk
Leon Ames - President Rufus Daggett
Elliott Reid - Professor Shelby Ashton
Edward Andrews - Defense Secretary
David Lewis - General Singer
Jack Mullaney - Air Force Captain
Belle Montrose - Mrs. Chatsworth
Wally Brown - Coach Elkins
Wally Boag - TV Newsman
Don Ross - Lenny
Forrest Lewis - Police Officer Kelley
James Westerfield - Police Officer Hanson
Alan Carney - First Referee
Charlie Briggs - Sig
Gage Clarke - Reverend Bosworth
Alan Hewitt - General Hotchkiss
Raymond Bailey - Admiral Olmstead
Wendell Holmes - General Poynter
Leon Tyler - Basketball Player #18
Ed Wynn - Fire Chief
Carroll Adams - Basketball Player (uncredited)
Leon Alton - Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Don Anderson - Assistant Cameraman (uncredited)
Bill Baldwin - News Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Bradley - Military Officer (uncredited)
Paul E. Burns - Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Robert Burton - Sam Wheeler (uncredited)
Charlie - Dog (uncredited)
Ralph Clanton - O.J. Turnbull (uncredited)
Gary Clarke - Boy at Dance (uncredited)
Bill Cord - Admiral's assistant (uncredited)
Don Dillaway - Defense Department Secretary (uncredited)
Sam Edwards - Military Radio Dispatcher (uncredited)
Bess Flowers - Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Charles Fogel - Citizen (uncredited)
Paul Frees - Loudspeaker Voice / Air Force Dispatcher (voice) (uncredited)
Mike Fryer - Basketball Player (uncredited)
Gordon Jones - Rutland Basketball Coach (uncredited)
Colin Kenny - Citizen (uncredited)
Harriet E. MacGibbon - Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Gordon Martin - Basketball Player (uncredited)
Marlin McKeever - Football Player (uncredited)
Mike McKeever - Football Player (uncredited)
William Meader - Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Henry Norell - Assistant Fire Chief (uncredited)
Gregg Palmer - Communications Man (uncredited)
Hank Patterson - Fisherman Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Perry - Basket Ball Player (uncredited)
Paul Power - Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Maudie Prickett - Woman in Street Interviewee (uncredited)
Tony Regan - Reporter (uncredited)
John Rice - Citizen (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre - Man Throwing Rice at Wedding (uncredited)
Ray Teal - Man in Street Interviewee (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey - Basketball Game Spectator (uncredited)
Carole Wells - Girl (uncredited)
Tom Wilson - Fisherman Spectator (uncredited)
Ned Wynn - Boy (uncredited)
Chapters
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Extra Info
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