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November 30, 1994

Written By

Stephen Demorest

Nancy Williams Watt

Joyce Corrington

Douglas Anderson

Craig Carlson

Michael Conforti

Tom King

James Harmon Brown

Barbara Esensten

Lynda Myles

Roger Newman

Courtney Simon

and

Jeanne Glynn

Directed By

Jo Anne Sedwick

Executive Producer

Jill Farren Phelps

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Producer

Roy Steinberg

Coordinating Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Associate Producer

Mary O'Leary

Assistant to the Producers

Francine Versalie

Art Director

Rick Dennis

Scenic Design

Maureen Going

Scenic Designers

James Stewart

Barry Axtell

Costume Designer

Linda Locker Stone

Lighting Directors

Tony Girolami

Brian W. MacRae, A.S.L.D

Associate Directors

Scott Riggs

Matthew Lagle

John M. O'Connell

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Ann Vettel

Adam Reist

Production Assistants

Ilene K. Frankel

Karen Wilkens

Production Coordinators

Alexandra Johnson

Tom Alberg

Melanie Haseltine

Jennifer Pepperman

Casting Director

Betty Rea, C.S.A

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Assistant to the Writers

Jill Lorie

Music Director

Jonathan Firstenberg

Assistant Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Production Manager

Ed Anderson

Unit Managers

John Keeler

John Baxley

Facility Manager

Kimberly Armstrong

Production Administrator

Linda Mysel

Technical Director

Robert F. Eastman

Audio

Ed Dolan

Video

Bill Vignari

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Videotape Editors

Richie Sens, Jr.

William J. van den Noort

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Jon F. Hopkins

Chief Engineer

John P. Valentino

Cameras

Jerry Gruen

Michael Jarocki

Mark Schneider

Tom Stallone

Boom Operators

Butch Inglese

Robert Primrose

Tony Valentino

Sound Effects

Joseph Gallant

Music Mixers

Tim Pankewicz

John Fitzpatrick

Utility

Eric Worth

Doug Kent

Make-Up

Paul Gebbia

Joseph Cola

Helen Gallagher

Hair Dressers

Linda Williams

CiCi Campbell

Ralph Stanzione

Wardrobe

Arlene Konowitz

Scenic Artists

Ralph Cava

James St. Clair

Benny Rappa

Mary Citarella

Special Effects

Anthony Parmelee

Title Design

Wayne Fitzgerald

Theme Music

Rob Mounsey

Medical Advisor

Cora McCraw RN, BSN

Supervising Producer

Judith Jenkins

Executive in Charge of Production

Kenneth L. Fitts

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1994

Written By

Nancy Williams Watt

Stephen Demorest

Leah Laiman

Millee Taggart

James Harmon Brown

Michael Conforti

Barbara Esensten

Jeanne Glynn

Tom King

Lynda Myles

Roger Newman

and

Courtney Simon

Directed By

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer

Jill Farren Phelps

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Producer

Roy Steinberg

Coordinating Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Associate Producer

Mary O'Leary

Assistant to the Producers

Francine Versalie

Art Director

Rick Dennis

Scenic Design

Maureen Going

Scenic Designers

James Stewart

Barry Axtell

Costume Designer

David Loveless

Lighting Directors

Brian W. MacRae, A.S.L.D

Tony Girolami

Associate Directors

John M. O'Connell

Matthew Lagle

Scott Riggs

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Ann Vettel

Adam Reist

Production Assistants

Ilene K. Frankel

Rosemary Mooy

Production Coordinators

Alexandra Johnson

Tom Alberg

Melanie Haseltine

Jennifer Pepperman

Casting Director

Betty Rea, C.S.A

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Assistant to the Writers

Jill Lorie

Music Director

Jonathan Firstenberg

Assistant Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Production Manager

Ed Anderson

Unit Managers

John Keeler

John Baxley

Facility Manager

Kimberly Armstrong

Production Administrator

Linda Mysel

Technical Director

Robert F. Eastman

Audio

Ed Dolan

Video

Bill Vignari

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Videotape Editors

Thomas K. Bornkamp

William J. van den Noort

Richie Sens, Jr.

Chief Engineer

John P. Valentino

Cameras

Jerry Gruen

Michael Jarocki

Mark Schneider

Tom Stallone

Boom Operators

Butch Inglese

Robert Primrose

Tony Valentino

Sound Effects

Joseph Gallant

Music Mixers

Tim Pankewicz

John Fitzpatrick

Jon Hopkins

Utility

Eric Worth

Doug Kent

Make-Up

Paul Gebbia

Joseph Cola

Helen Gallagher

Hair Dressers

Linda Williams

CiCi Campbell

Ralph Stanzione

Wardrobe

Arlene Konowitz

Enid Turnbull

Scenic Artists

Ralph Cava

James St. Clair

Benny Rappa

Mary Citarella

Special Effects

Anthony Parmelee

Title Design

Wayne Fitzgerald

Theme Music

Rob Mounsey

Medical Advisor

Cora McCraw RN, BSN

Supervising Producer

Judith Jenkins

Executive in Charge of Production

Kenneth L. Fitts

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Courtesy of Dan

7/11/94

Written By

Patrick Mulcahey

Millee Taggart

Nancy Williams Watt

Stephen Demorest

Leah Laiman

Jane Atkins

James Harmon Brown

Barbara Esensten

Michael Conforti

Lynda Myles

Roger Newman

Courtney Simon

Executive Producer

Jill Farren Phelps

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Producer

Roy Steinberg

Co-ordinating Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Associate Producer

Mary O'Leary

Assistant to the Producers

Francine Versalie

Art Directors

Rick Dennis

Scenic Design

Maureen Going

Scenic Designers

James Stewart

Barry Axtell

Costume Designer

David Loveless

Lighting Directors

Brian W. MacRae, A.S.L.D

Tony Girolami

Associate Directors

John M. O'Connell

Matthew Lagle

Scott Riggs

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Ann Vettel

Production Assistants

Lisa K Connor

Ilene K. Frankel

Production Coordinators

Rosemary Mooy

Adam Reist

Alexandra Johnson

Tom Alberg

Casting Director

Betty Rea, C.S.A

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Assistant to the Writers

Jill Lorie

Music Director

Jonathan Firstenberg

Assistant Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Production Manager

Ed Anderson

Unit Managers

John Keeler

John Baxley

Facility Manager

Kimberly Armstrong

Production Administrator

Linda Mysel

Technical Director

Robert F. Eastman

Audio:

Ed Dolan

Video

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Bill Vignari

Videotape Editors

William J. van den Noort

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Richie Sens, Jr.

Chief Engineer

John P. Valentino

Video Engineers

Sal Pitta

Dave Ellis Porter

Stan Stepniewski

Cameras

Jerry Gruen

Michael Jarocki

Mark Schneider

Tom Stallone

Boom Operators

Butch Inglese

Robert Primrose

Tony Valentino

Sound Effects

Joseph Gallant

Music Mixers

Tim Pankewicz

John Fitzpatrick

Jon Hopkins

Utility

Doug Kent

Eric Worth

Make-Up

Joseph Cola

Sue Saccavino

Carlos Yeaggy

Hair Dressers

CiCi Campbell

Jo Anne Cocuzza

Linda Williams

Ralph Stanzione

Wardrobe

Enid Turnbull

Arlene Konowitz

Special Effects

Anthony Parmelee

Title Design

Wayne Fitzgerald

Theme Music

Rob Mounsey

Medical Advisor

Kenneth Mills, M.D.

Supervising Producer

Judith Jenkins

Executive in Charge of Production

Kenneth L. Fitts

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