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A CBS television special, renowned for its legendary "Yma, Ava....Yma, Uta... Yma, Oona" sequence. Annie: the Women in the Life of a Man (1970), won Anne Bancroft her only Emmy for her portrayal of 14 different woman in 14 musical and comedy sketches. Bancroft's husband Mel Brooks contributed to the script and also appears onscreen.

  1. Walter C. Miller

    Director

  2. William Gibson

    Writer

  3. Thomas Meehan

    Writer

  4. Mel Brooks

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Anne Bancroft

    Anne Bancroft

    Various

  2. Jack Cassidy

    Jack Cassidy

    Himself

  3. Dick Shawn

    Dick Shawn

    Himself

  4. Dick Smothers

    Dick Smothers

    Himself

  5. Mel Brooks

    Mel Brooks

    Himself

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Annie: the Women in the Life of a Man

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  • February 18, 1970
    Premiere

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 0m

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