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    • In an old archived article, Patricia Smith said she had appeared on SFT from 1959-60. She played Cynthia Bradley, Arthur Tate's secretary that was married to George Maharis. Since Maharis played Bud Gardner (Jo's nephew), I just assumed that was her married name.     I hope the article was accurate.😎  
    • I can't with this time jump.  Also, tried explaining this to my mom, a faithful viewer over the decades, but has dementia now, she doesn't understand...who can blame her.
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