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1970 War and Peace cast list

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Margot Adler, WBAI staff
Brahna Albert, former WBAI staff
Jan Albert, WBAI staff
Myra Allen, actress
Nancy Allen, WBAI staff
Rae Allen, actress
Anthony Aquilato, former WBAI construction crew
George Avakian, producer
Richard Avedon, photographer
Ann Bancroft, actress
Eric Barnouw, communications historian, Columbia University
Robbie Barish, WBAI staff
John Bases, WBAI volunteer
Gary Bell
Ralph Betza, actor
Theodore Bikel, actor/singer
Danice Bordett, WBAI staff
Chris Borgen, reporter, CBS-TV
Geraldine Brooks, actress
Mel Brooks, humorist/actor/director
Jacob Brackman, film critic, Esquire Magazine
William F. Buckley, Jr.
Carter Burden, New York politician
Cathy Burns
Roscoe LeeBrowne, actor
Francie Camper, assisant producer, War & Peace
Morris Carnovsk, actor
Bennet Cerf, writer
Stephanie Cherry, WBAI program producer
Mildred Cherry, relative of WBAI program producer
Eban Clark, Gay Activists Alliance
Frank Coffee, WBAI staff
Sam Coleman, WBAI staff/writer for Showbusiness Magazine
Neal Conan, WBAI staff
Danny Cornyetz, WBAI volunteer
Liza Cowan, staff writer for WBAI
Gloria DeHaven
Stephanie DeMunoz, WBAI staff
Valarie P. Delacorte
Joe DiCostanzo
Elizabeth Dillion, drama teacher
Kathy Dobkin, co-producer of War & Peace
Tatyana Doukhareva, Rep. Soviet mission to U.N.
Freddi Dundee, actress/singer
Mildred Dunnock, actress
Ann Dunnigan, translator of this edition of War & Peace
Marshall Efron, humorist/actor
Bob Fass, WBAI staff
Matthew Fazakas, WBAI listener
Nancy Fazakas, former WBAI staff
Paul Fischer
Pete Fornatelle, disc jockey, WNEW-FM, New York
George Fox
Jonathan Frid, actor
Miss Gabriel, Rep. Ethiopian mission to U.N.
Joe Gelmis
Penelope Gilliat, writer/film critic For New Yorker Magazine
Martin Gleitsman, actor
Carolyn Goodman, chairman of WBAI board
Ed Goodman, WBAI general manager
Lorna Goodman, wife of WBAI general manager
Bruce Goldman, radical rabbi, Columbia University
Paul Gorman, journalist, WBAI staff
Joshua Greenberg, 14-year-old high school student
Janet Groth
Roy Grutman, attorney
Sheldon Harnich, lyricist
Herbie Harris, drummer at New York Philharmonic
Leonard Harris, art editor, CBS-TV
August Hecksher, commisioner of Parks & Recreation Dept., New York
Joe Heller, author
Bill Henderson, former WBAI staff
Buck Henry, screenwriter
Barton Heyman
John E Hightower, director, Museum of Modern Art, New York
John Hill
Abbie Hoffman, Yippie leader
Anita Hoffman. Yippie leader's wife
Dustin Hoffman, actor
Milton Hoffman, co-producer of War & Peace
Reva Hoffman
Maria Igartua, former WBAI staff
Larry Jackson, KPFA Volunteer
Don Jay, actor
Larry Josephson, WBAI staff
Jerry Karp, actor
Stacy Keach, actor
Marvin Kitman, humorist/critic
James Kunen, author of The Strawberry Statement
Robert Kuttner, WBAI staff
Evelyn Lear, opera singer, Metropolitan Opera
David Lerner, WBAI staff
Ernest Leogrande
Julius Lester, author/performer/WBAI staff
Hannah Levin, WBAI board member
Gina Liebow, WBAI listener/relative of WBAI staff
Conrad Lynn, civil liberties lawyer
Marya Mannes, social commentator, NET-TV
Edith Marzani, wife of author Carl Marzani
Mitch Miller, musical personality
Dale Minor Reporter, WCBS Radio Network
Yolanda Moreno, women's activist
Bob Moss, director, Playwright's Union
Marnie Mueller
Alex Munsell, an original WBAI subscriber
Paul O'Dwyer, New York politician
Barbara Oka, WBAI staff
Joe Papp, director, New YorkState Shakespeare Festival
Angie Nicky, former WBAI staff
Tom Paxton, folk singer
Vickie Peterson
Charles Pitts
Dorothy Pottruck ("Grandma Dotty"), an original WBAI subscriber
Bob Potts, staff, CBS-TV, New York
Ed Powers, sergeant, New York Police Dept.
Tony Randall, actor
David Rapkin, WBAI staff
Carly Ratner
Max Ross, actor
Al Ruben
Ellie Rogasin, WBAI program producer
Melanie Safka
Eric Salzman, composer/music director, WBAI
Andrew Sarris, film critic, Village Voice
Vin Scelsa, WABC-FM, New York
Dore Schary
Bill Schechner
Richard Schickel, film critic, Life Magazine
Jonathan Schwartz, disc jockey, WNEW-FM, New York
Pete Seeger, folk singer
Nancy Segeler Singer, activist
Diane Serber, architect for WBAI's studios
Dorothy M. Servos
Ann Snitow, teacher
John Simon, film & theater critic, New Leader and New York Magazines
Morton Sobell
Gordon Spencer, announcer, WNCN-FM, New York
Marilyn Stasio, drama critic, Cue Magazine
Allison Steele, disk jockey, WNEW-FM, New York
Thomas Stewart, singer, Metropolitan Opera
Julia Sweeney
Dick Stein, architect for WBAI's studios
Thomas Stewart
Julia Sweeney
Harold Taylor, educator/WBAI board member
Mervin Telfer, announcer, Radio Trinidad
Alexandra Tolstoy, daughter of author Leo Tolstoy
Elsa K. Thompson, program director, KPFA
Marcia Tompkins, WBAI producer
Rip Torn, actor
Dalton Trumbo, screenwriter
Ernest Van den Haag, conservative sociologist/psychologist
Paul Wagner
George Wald, scientist/lecturer/author
Ira Wallach, playwright
Peter Weiss, WBAI board member
Ross Wetzsteon, editor, Village Voice
Irene Wicker, "The Singing Lady," WNYC-FM, New York
Fay Wray, actress
John Zacherle
Jerry Zinn, printer, WBAI Folio