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December 27, 2004

Created by

Frank and Doris Hursley

Executive Producer

Jill Farren Phelps

Written By

Charles Pratt Jr.

Robert Guza Jr.

Michael Conforti

Garin Wolf

Michelle Patrick

Michael J. Cinquemani

Craig Heller

Michele Val Jean

Mary Sue Price

Susan Wald

Script Editor

Elizabeth Korte

Directed By

William Ludel

Producer

Mary O'Leary

Producer

Mercer Barrows

Producer

Michelle Henry

Associate Producer

Deborah A. Genovese

Consulting Producers

Charles Pratt Jr.

Robert Guza Jr.

Post Production Supervisor

Peter Filmore

Edited By

Penny Pengra

Associate Directors

Ron Cates

Christine R. Magarian

Penny Pengra

Peter Filmore

R.C. Cates

Dave MacLoud

Stage Managers

Craig McManus

Kathy Ladd

Crystal K. Craft

Production Associates

Denise Van Cleave

Lisa Kaseff

Christine Cooper

Technical Directors

Jim Ralston

Averill Perry

John Cochran

Casting Director

Mark Teschner, C.S.A.

Associate Casting Director

Gwen Hillier

Production Designer

Chip Dox

Art Director

Daniel Proett

Costume Designer

Sara Markowitz

Original Music by

Marty Davich

Dominic Messenger

Music Directors

R.C. Cates

Dave MacLeod

Theme Music by

R.C. Cates

Dave Koz

Dominic Messenger

Jack Urbont

Videotaped at

The Prospect Studios in Hollywood

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