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January 27, 1993

Written By

Douglas Marland

Meredith Post

Nancy Ford

Stephanie Braxton

Julie Poll

and

Patti Dizenzo

Caronline Franz

Penelope Koechl

Don Chastain

Marnie Winston-Macauley

Juliet Packer

Richard Backus

Directed By

Maria Wagner

Executive Producer

Laurence Caso

Producers

Christine S. Banas

David Domedion

Coordination Producer

Lisa Anne Wilson

Supervising Producer

Kenneth L. Fitts

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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April 8, 1993

Written By

Douglas Marland

Meredith Post

Juliet Packer

Nancy Ford

Julie Poll

and

Patti Dizenzo

Caronline Franz

Penelope Koechl

Richard Backus

Don Chastain

Stephanie Braxton

Marnie Winston-Macauley

Directed By

Dan Hamilton

Executive Producer

Laurence Caso

Producers

Christine S. Banas

David Domedion

Coordination Producer

Lisa Anne Wilson

Main Title Design

Castle/Bryant/Johnsen

Supervising Producer

Kenneth L. Fitts

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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October 14, 1993

Written By

Richard Backus

Juliet Packer

Nancy Ford

Julie Poll

Mary Ryan Munisteri

John Kuntz

Meredith Post

Penelope Koechl

Patti Dizenzo

Caronline Franz

Don Chastain

Stephanie Braxton

Marnie Winston-Macauley

Scott Hamner

Directed By

Paul Lammers

Executive Producer

Laurence Caso

Producers

Christine S. Banas

David Domedion

Coordination Producer

Lisa Anne Wilson

Production Designer

Larry King

Associate Director

Joel Aronowitz

Assistants to the Producers

Vivian Gundaker

Leela Pitenis

Production Assistants

Meryl Augenbraun Jaffe

Katherine S. Bartlett

Stage Managers

Charlene Harnington

Jennifer W. Blood

Casting Directors

Vince Liebhart, C.S.A.

Assistant Casting Director

Maria Ferrai

Production Coordinators

Tracey Hanley

LaMont Craig

Fritz Brekeller

Jef-Spenser Kira

Assistant to the Writers

Lorin Wertheimer

Technical Directors

Nancy J. Stevenson

Alexander Clecierski

George Seelinger

Anita O'Mara

Audio

Roy Halee, Jr.

Lighting Designers

Daniel McElroy

Stephen Ried

Video

Robert Squittieri

John Kokinis

Video Tape Editors/Sound Mixers

Steve Shatkin

Bob Mackler

Camers

David B. Hersh

Larry DesGaines

Karin Lucie Grzella

Timothy Patryk

Jack Young

John Hannel

Kevin T. Bailey

Audio Assistants

Mike McGrath

John Zavocki

Jerry Sullivan

Sound Effects

Sidney Bean

Art Director

Christopher Clarens

Costume Designer

Joan V. Evans

Associate Costume Designer

Cynthia Parker Frye

Wardrobe

Jenna Krempel

Brett C. Harrington

Pashelle Clayton

Melaney Batman

Music

Jill Diamond

Music Directors

Robert Bard

Donovan Sylvest

Set Decorations

Holmes Easley

Paul Hickey

Dennis Donegan

Make Up

Eva Plyywka

Gloria Grant

Hair Stylists

Lillian Cvecich

Wayne Herndon

Jean Block

James Post

Special Effects

Bob Taylor

Ron Vitelli

Production Mananger

Sid Sirulnick

Musical Theme Composer

Barry DeVorzon

Production Supervisors

Richard Reyes-Guerra

Vincent Verrico

Main Title Design

Castle/Bryant/Johnsen

Supervising Producer

Kenneth L. Fitts

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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Christmas Closing - December 23, 1993

Written By

Richard Backus

Juliet Packer

Julie Poll

Mary Ryan Munseteri

John Kuntz

Garin Wolf

Meredith Post

Penelope Koechl

Caronline Franz

Nancy Ford

Don Chastain

Marnie Winston-Macauley

Patti Dizenzo

And

Douglas Marland

Directed By

Larry Carpenter

Other Episodes Directed By

Paul Lammers

Maria Wagner

Dan Hamilton

Charles C. Dyer

Executive Producer

Laurence Caso

Producers

Christine S. Banas

David Deomdion

Coordination Producer Producer

Lisa Anne Wilson

Production Designer

Larry King

Associate Directors

Joel Aronowitz

Michael Kerner

Assistants to the Producers

Vivian Gundaker

Leela Pitenis

Production Assistants

Meryl Augenbraun Jaffe

Katherine S. Bartlett

Stage Managers

Charlene Harnington

Jennifer W. Blood

Casting Directors

Vince Liebhart, C.S.A.

Assistant Casting Director

Maria Ferrai

Production Coordinators

Tracey Hanley

LaMont Craig

Fritz Brekeller

Jef-Spenser Hira

Assistant to the Writers

Lorin Wertheimer

Anne Hunt

Receptionist

Alexandra Verner

Technical Directors

Nancy J. Stevenson

Alexander Clecierski

Audio

Roy Halee, Jr.

Lighting Designers

Daniel McElroy

Stephen Ried

Video

John Kokinis

Robert Squittieri

Video Tape Editors/Sound Mixers

Steve Shatkin

Bob Mackler

Camers

David B. Hersh

Larry DesGaines

Timothy Patryk

Jack Young

John Hannel

Fred Shimizn

Audio Assistants

Mike McGrath

John Zavocki

Jerry Sullivan

Sound Effects

Sidney Bean

Art Director

Christopher Clarens

Costume Designer

Joan V. Evans

Associate Costume Designer

Cynthia Parker Frye

Wardrobe

Jenna Krempel

Brett C. Harrington

Pashelle Clayton

Melaney Batman

Music

Jill Diamond

Music Directors

Robert Bard

Donovan Sylvest

Set Decorations

Holmes Easley

Paul Hickey

Dennis Donegan

Make Up

Eva Polywka

Gloria Grant

Hair Stylists

Lillian Cvecich

Wayne Herndon

Special Effects

Bob Taylor

Ron Vitelli

Production Mananger

Sid Sirulnick

Interns

Sabrina Catandella

Elena Detanro

Alyssa Kalm

Felicia Lipchik

Eileen Mager

Mitchell Ryan

J.R.. Vancheri

Production Supervisors

Richard Reyes-Guerra

Vincent Verrico

Studio Supervisor

Gabe Sorvino

Technical Manager

Sam Ambrosio

Announcer

Dan Region

Electronic Graphics

Howard Purnick

Main Title Design

Castle/Bryant/Johnsen

Supervising Producer

Kenneth L. Fitts

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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