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1999

Executive Producer

Paul Rauch

Written By

Barbara Esensten & James Harmon Brown

Michael Conforti

Directed By

Jo Anne Sedwick

Writers

Wendy Fishman

Maura Penders

Donna Swajeski

Tita Bell

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

David Kreizman

Jenelle Lindsay

Roger Newman

Melissa Salmons

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Coordinating Producer

Alexandra Johnson

Associate Producer

Jan Conklin

Executive in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber-Dobbin

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Courtesy of Dan

Guiding Light Episode #13103

Airdate: February 25, 1999

Executive Producer

Paul Rauch

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Coordinating Producer

Alexandra Johnson

Written By

Barbara Esensten & James Harmon Brown

Michael Conforti

Frederick Johnson

Kathleen Kennedy

Donna Swajeski

Tita Bell

Jill Lorie Hurst

David Kreizman

Roger Newman

Pete T. Rich

Loren Segan

Directed By

Matthew Lagle

Executive in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber-Dobbin

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