Frasier, The Sensuous Lion (1973)

Frasier, The Sensuous Lion
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG
Runtime 1hr 37mins.
Genres Comedy
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Frank Biro Actor Cocktail Party Host 1 1000023
Pat Shields Director n/a 2 2000001
Allan Sandler Producer n/a 3 3000001
Paul "Mousie" Garner Actor Man in Bar 1 1000022
John J Fox Actor Heavy-set Man 1 1000021
Allison McKay Actor Wife in Kitchen 1 1000019
Charles Woolf Actor Man in Kitchen 1 1000020
Jerry Kobrin Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Sandy Dore From Story n/a 120870 4000002
James L Aicholtz Sound n/a 120816 14000002
Chuck Borland Sound n/a 120816 14000003
Charles L King III Sound n/a 120816 14000001
Robert Emenegger Music n/a 120781 8000001
David L Butler Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Michael Brown Editor n/a 172 7000001
Maryesther Denver Actor Nurse 1 1000018
Florence Lake Actor Old Woman on Porch 1 1000017
Marc Lawrence Actor Chiarelli 1 1000006
Peter Lorre Jr. Actor Boscov 1 1000007
Patrick O'Moore Actor Worcester 1 1000008
Malachi Throne Actor Bill Windsor 1 1000005
Frank DeKova Actor Man 1 1000004
Katherine Justice Actor Allison Stewart 1 1000002
Victor Jory Actor Frasier's Voice 1 1000003
Arthur Space Actor Dredge 1 1000009
Lori Saunders Actor Minera Dolly 1 1000010
Jerry Kobrin Actor Newspaper Editor 1 1000015
John Qualen Actor Old Man on Porch 1 1000016
Ralph James Actor Newspaper Reporter 1 1000014
Arthur Gould-Porter Actor Motel Manager 1 1000013
Joe E Ross Actor Kuback 1 1000011
Fritzi Burr Actor Marvin's Mother 1 1000012
Michael Callan Actor Marvin Feldman 1 1000001
Zoologist Marvin Feldman lives with his overbearing mother and likes animals more than most people. While spending time at a wildlife refuge in California, Marvin meets Frasier, one of the older lions in the preserve who is known for his ongoing virility. When he is alone with Frasier one day, the lion begins to talk to Marvin in English. Eventually, the fact that Frasier can speak leaks out and Marvin tries to protect him from being commercially exploited.