Reception Howard Thompson of The New York Times gave Never a Dull Moment a largely negative review, calling it "good-natured" but claiming that "most of it seems mighty strenuous and over-worked." Thompson saved most of his praise for the cartoon that accompanied the film, a reissue of Disney's Three Little Pigs from 1933.
- $4,150,000 (US/ Canada rentals)
- Ron Miller
- Robert F. Brunner
1h 39m IMDb RATING 6.0 /10 778 YOUR RATING Rate Comedy Crime Family Actor Jack Albany, who plays gangsters on TV, is mistaken for notorious hit-man Ace, and is hired by mob boss Leo Smooth to pull a heist, but Jack must find a way out of it. Director Jerry Paris Writers John Godey AJ Carothers Stars Dick Van Dyke Edward G. Robinson Dorothy Provine
- Comedy, Crime, Family
- Jerry Paris
Jerry Paris Produced by Ron Miller Written by AJ Carothers John Godey (book) Starring Dick Van Dyke Edward G. Robinson Dorothy Provine Music by Robert F. Brunner Cinematography by William E. Snyder Studio (s) Walt Disney Productions Distributor Buena Vista Distribution Released June 26, 1968
Collection of motion picture and television film stills and photographs (MSS P 768) Productions, 1901-2003 Never a dull moment, 1968 Dates 1968 Conditions Governing Use It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.
Photos & Videos Film Details Articles & Reviews Notes Brief Synopsis A female music critic marries a rancher and has to adjust to life out West. Cast & Crew Read More George Marshall Director Irene Dunne Kay [Kingsley Heyward] Fred Macmurray Chris [Heyward] William Demarest Mears Andy Devine Orvie Gigi Perreau Tina [Heyward] Photos & Videos
- George Marshall, James Casey
- Irene Dunne
Never a Dull Moment 1968 Directed by Jerry Paris They’re having such a wonderful crime! When practicing for a role, actor Jack is mistaken for the killer Ace. He doesn’t realize this until it’s too late and is carried off to gangster boss Leo Smooth, who wants Ace to do a job for him.
Harriet Parsons ... producer Music by Friedrich Hollaender ... (as Frederick Hollander) Cinematography by Joseph Walker ... director of photography Editing by Robert Swink Art Direction by Albert S. D'Agostino Walter E. Keller Set Decoration by Costume Design by Travis Banton ... (gowns) Makeup Department Production Management John Burch ...