P.J. is a 1968 American comedy film directed by Leonard Horn and starring George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette, and Robert Morse. The film is about a young man who is forced to take care of his younger brother after their parents are killed in a car accident. P.J. (Hamilton) is a carefree young man who lives in a small town in the Midwest. He works as a soda jerk at the local drugstore and spends his free time playing baseball and chasing girls. One day, P.J.'s parents are killed in a car accident, and he is left to take care of his younger brother, Timmy (Morse). P.J. is not prepared for the responsibility of raising a child, and he quickly finds himself overwhelmed. He tries to find a job that will allow him to support Timmy, but he is unsuccessful. He also tries to find a new home for Timmy, but he is unable to find anyone who will take him in. Eventually, P.J. realizes that he is the only one who can take care of Timmy. He quits his job and moves to a new town with Timmy. He gets a job as a janitor and starts to build a new life for himself and his brother. P.J. is a heartwarming story about a young man who learns the importance of family. The film is full of humor and heart, and it is a great choice for anyone who is looking for a feel-good movie.

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P.J. (1968)

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P.J. is a 1968 American comedy film directed by Leonard Horn and starring George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette, and Robert Morse. The film is about a young man who is forced to take care of his younger brother after their parents are killed in a car accident. P.J. (Hamilton) is a carefree young man who lives in a small town in the Midwest. He works as a soda jerk at the local drugstore and spends his free time playing baseball and chasing girls. One day, P.J.'s parents are killed in a car accident, and he is left to take care of his younger brother, Timmy (Morse). P.J. is not prepared for the responsibility of raising a child, and he quickly finds himself overwhelmed. He tries to find a job that will allow him to support Timmy, but he is unsuccessful. He also tries to find a new home for Timmy, but he is unable to find anyone who will take him in. Eventually, P.J. realizes that he is the only one who can take care of Timmy. He quits his job and moves to a new town with Timmy. He gets a job as a janitor and starts to build a new life for himself and his brother. P.J. is a heartwarming story about a young man who learns the importance of family. The film is full of humor and heart, and it is a great choice for anyone who is looking for a feel-good movie.

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Cast
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George Peppard

P.J. Detweiler
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Raymond Burr

William Orbison
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Gayle Hunnicutt

Maureen Preble
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Brock Peters

Waterpark
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Wilfrid Hyde-White

Billings-Browne
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Jason Evers

Jason Grenoble
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Coleen Gray

Betty Orbison
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Susan Saint James

Linette Orbison
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Severn Darden

Shelton Quell
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Jane Van Duser

Elinor Silene (as H. Jane Van Duser)
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George Furth

Sonny Silene
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Barbara Dana

Lita
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Herb Edelman

Charlie (as Herbert Edelman)
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John Qualen

Poppa Gonowski
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Bert Freed

Police Lieutenant
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Ken Lynch

Thorson
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Jim Boles

Landlord's Agent
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Arte Johnson

Jackie
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King Charles MacNiles

Calypso Singer
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Leon Alton

Party Guest (uncredited)
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Kirk Alyn

Supervisor (uncredited)
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Leonard Bremen

Greavy (uncredited)
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Paul Bryar

Gatekeeper (uncredited)
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Al Checco

Cab Driver (uncredited)
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Ted Christy

Fighter (uncredited)
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John Daheim

Henchman (uncredited)
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Kay Farrington

Mrs. Thorson (uncredited)
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Coleman Francis

Factory Worker (uncredited)
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Tony Franke

Runner (uncredited)
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James Gonzalez

Party Guest (uncredited)
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The Great John L.

Fighter (uncredited)
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Mary Gregory

Miss Winnick (uncredited)
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H.B. Haggerty

Ape (uncredited)
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Anthony James

Bartender-Assailant (uncredited)
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Kenner G. Kemp

Party Guest (uncredited)
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Lee Kolima

Wrestler (uncredited)
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Gene LeBell

Fighter (uncredited)
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Brad Logan

Thorson Friend (uncredited)
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King Moody

Thorson Friend (uncredited)
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Gene O'Donnell

Gatekeeper (uncredited)
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Barry Pearl

Kid (uncredited)
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Billy Sands

Barber (uncredited)
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Rockne Tarkington

Cato (uncredited)
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Arthur Tovey

Party Guest (uncredited)
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A.G. Vitanza

Joe (uncredited)
Crew
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John Guillermin

Director
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Philip H. Reisman Jr.

Writer
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Edward Montagne

Writer
Disc Releases
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P.J.

(DVD)

10/6/2020

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P.J.

(Blu-ray, Keep Case (HD Slim, Low))

10/6/2020

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