With Kurt Russell, William Windom, Jim Backus, Cesar Romero, Joe Flynn, Edward Andrews, Ed Begley, Jr., Richard Bakalyan, Bing Russell, Alan Hewitt, Michael McGreevey, Kelly Thordsen, Joyce Menges, George O'Hanlon, John Myhers, Pat Delaney, Robert Rothwell, Frank Aletter, Dave Willock, Jack Bender
Now You See Him, Now You Don't is a 1972 Walt Disney Productions film starring Kurt Russell, a student at the fictional Medfield College. It is the sequel to the 1969 film The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes and was followed by 1975's The Strongest Man in the World .
Now You See Him, Now You Don't was the first Disney film to be shown on television in a two-hour time slot, in 1975. Previous television showings of Disney films had either shown them edited or split into two one-hour time slots.