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By Alvin H. Marill

Tv historian Alvin H. Marill has compiled a complete directory of each movie made for tv because the first was once broadcast in 1964. every one access cites the film's unique community, airdate, size of broadcast, vast construction credit (director, author, manufacturer, composer, director of images, and editor), and a whole forged (and personality) directory, in addition to a short precis. 5 volumes together with whole actor and director indexes.

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Editor Jack McSweeney. Art Director Paul Sylos. Associate Producer Shelley Hull. Cast John Travolta (Tod Lubitch), Glynnis O’Connor (Gina Biggs), Robert Reed (Johnny Lubitch), Diana Hyland (Mickey Lubitch), Ralph Bellamy (Dr. Ernest Gunther), Karen Morrow (Martha Biggs), Howard Platt (Pete Biggs), John Friedrich (Roy Slater), Vernee Watson (Gwen), Buzz Aldrin (Himself), Kelly Ward (Tom Shuster), Skip Lowell (Bruce Shuster), John Megna (Smith), Darrell Zwerling (Mr. J. Soles (Deborah), Timothy Himes (Obnoxious reporter), Victor Brandt (TV installer), Hilda Haynes (Nurse), Jack McLaughlin (Principal), Verna Foxworth (Neighbor), Karri Kirsch (Gina at age 3), Kimberly Kirsch (Gina at age 3), Seth Wagerman (Tod at age 3), Anne Ramsay (Rachel).

Director Harry Falk. Supervising Producer Alex Beaton. Producer Malcolm R. Harding. Teleplay Charles Larson. Photography Charles W. Short. Music John Addison. Editor Howard Deane. Production Designer Jack Senter. Art Director Loyd S. Papez. Cast Timothy Dalton (Oliver Seccombe), Lynn Redgrave (Charlotte Seccombe), Brian Keith (Sheriff Axel Dumire), Alex Karras (Hans Brumbaugh), Clive Revill (Finlay Perkin), William Atherton (Jim Lloyd), Cliff DeYoung (John Skimmerhorn), Gregory Harrison (Levi Zendt), Cristina Raines (Lucinda Zendt), Adrienne LaRussa (Clemma Zendt), Anthony Zerbe (Mervin Wendell), Lois Nettleton (Maude Wendell), Doug McKeon (Philip Wendell), Greg Mullavey (Mule Canby), Jesse Vint (Amos Calendar), Rafael Campos (Nacho Gomez), John Bennett Perry (Maylon Zendt), Art Metrano (Maurice Cartwright), Robert Phalen (Reverend Holly), Kohji Takahashi (Takamoto), Lani Grant (Mrs.

1964-1979 31 Production Company Universal Television. Director Paul Krasny. Producer Malcolm R. Harding. Teleplay Jerry Ziegman. Photography Duke Callaghan. Music John Addison. Editor John Elias. Production Designer Jack Senter. Art Directors Mark Mansbridge, Lou Montejano. Cast Richard Chamberlain (Alexander McKeag), Sally Kellerman (Lise Bockweiss), Barbara Carrera (Clay Basket), Gregory Harrison (Levi Zendt), Cristina Raines (Lucinda McKeag), Chad Everett (Maj. Maxwell Mercy), Alex Karras (Hans Brumbagh), Stephen McHattie (Jake Pasquinel), Kario Salem (Mike Pasquinel), Pernell Roberts (Gen.

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