The Corner Bar
|The Corner Bar|
Eugene Roche and Anne Meara in a 1973 scene from the program.
|Written by||Norman Barasch
|Directed by||Peter Baldwin
|Starring||Gabriel Dell (Season 1)
Anne Meara (Season 2)
Eugene Roche (Season 2)
J. J. Barry
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Running time||25 mins.|
|Production company(s)||Alan King Productions|
|Original run||June 21, 1972– September 7, 1973|
The Corner Bar is an American situation comedy that aired on ABC from June 1972 to September 1973.
The Corner Bar revolves around the lives of the patrons of a tavern called Grant's Toomb. The series is notable for its inclusion of the first recurring gay character on American television, Peter Panama (played by Vincent Schiavelli).
- Gabriel Dell....Harry Grant (Season 1)
- J. J. Barry.....Fred Costello
- Bill Fiore....Phil Bracken
- Shimen Ruskin....Meyer Shapiro
- Joe Keys....Joe (Season 1)
- Vincent Schiavelli....Peter Panama (Season 1)
- Anne Meara....Mae (Season 2)
- Eugene Roche....Frank Flynn (Season 2)
- Ron Carey.....Donald Hooten (Season 2)
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