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April 4, 1988

Written By

Pamela K. Long

Trent Jones

Nancy Curlee

Stephen Demorest

Nancy Williams

Nancy Franklin

Richard Culliton

N. Gail Lawrence

Pete T. Rich

Melissa Salmons

Directed By

Jo Anne Sedwick

Executive Producer

Joe Willmore

Producers

Robert D. Kochman

Kathlyn Chambers

Associate Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Assistants to the Producers

Mary O'Leary

Francine Versalie

Art Directors

Richard C. Hankins

Rick Dennis

Tom Targownik

Set Decorators

Wes Laws

Paul Hickey

James Stewart

Costume Designer

Robert Anton

David Loveless

Associate Directors

Susan R. Dansby

Jo Anne Sedwick

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Kevin Tracy

Production Assistants

Lisa K. Connor

Scott P. Riggs

Production Coordinators

Philip A. Clark

Ilene K. Frankel

G. Anthony Lippera

Casting Director

Betty Rea

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Music Supervisor

Barbara Miller

Music Director

A. J. Gundell

Production Supervisors

Ellen M. Boyd

Vincent Verrico

Production Manager

Sid Sirulnick

Studio Supervisors

John Keeler

Jack Rush

Technical Directors

Emile Husni

James Angerame

Joe Manzo

Audio

Phil Cecchini

Gary Kiffel

Video

Norman Ferro

Lou Leger

Videotape Editors

Bill Ban Den Noort

Brian D. Rosner

Lighting Directors

Ralph Holmes

Gene Ulrich

Cameras

Steve Ancona

Pam Bellas

Allen Brown

Tim Patryk

William C. Phypers

Michael Zwick

Boom Operators

Mary Cody

Hal Schur

Bert Silverman

Jerry Sullivan

Joe Desmond

Sound Effects

Carl Hall

Bob Maickel

Audio Assistants

Irv Jacobs

James Whittier

Richard Brender

Make-Up

Joseph Cola

Sue Saccavino

Hair Dressers

Toni Gueli

Alba Samprisi

Wardrobe

Sheila Rodman

John Corbo

Marjorie Giles

Special Effects

Ron Vitelli

Electronic Graphics

Mel Grinnell

Medical Advisor

Marilyn Benner-Sowyak

Supervising Producer

Barbara J. Garshman

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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May 10, 1988

Story By

Pamela K. Long

Directed By

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer

Joe Willmore

Producers

Robert D. Kochman

Kathlyn Chambers

Associate Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Assistants to the Producers

Mary O'Leary

Francine Versalie

Art Directors

Richard C. Hankins

Rick Dennis

Tom Targownik

Set Decorators

Wes Laws

Paul Hickey

James Stewart

Costume Designer

Robert Anton

David Loveless

Associate Directors

Susan R. Dansby

Jo Anne Sedwick

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Kevin Tracy

Motimer O'Brien

Dennis Cameron

Production Assistants

Lisa K. Connor

Scott P. Riggs

Donna Pippin

Production Coordinators

Philip A. Clark

Garrett A. Foster

Ilene K. Frankel

G. Anthony Lippera

Casting Director

Betty Rea

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Music Supervisor

Barbara Miller

Music Director

A. J. Gundell

Production Supervisors

Ellen M. Boyd

Vincent Verrico

Production Manager

Sid Sirulnick

Studio Supervisors

John Keeler

Jack Rush

Technical Directors

James Angerame

Emile Husni

Audio

Phil Cecchini

Gary Kiffel

Video

Norman Ferro

Joe Manzo

Videotape Editors

Bill Ban Den Noort

Brian D. Rosner

Lighting Directors

Ralph Holmes

Gene Ulrich

Hal Anderson

Cameras

Steve Ancona

Pam Bellas

Allen Brown

Tim Patryk

William C. Phypers

Stan Seiller

Michael Zwick

Boom Operators

Mary Cody

Hal Schur

Bert Silverman

Jerry Sullivan

Herbert Claudio

Sound Effects

Carl Hall

Bob Maickel

Weldon Jackson

Audio Assistants

Irv Jacobs

James Whittier

Make-Up

Joseph Cola

Sue Saccavino

Hair Dressers

Toni Gueli

Alba Samprisi

Wardrobe

Sheila Rodman

John Corbo

Andrea Ross

Special Effects

Ron Vitelli

Electronic Graphics

Mel Grinnell

Supervising Producer

Barbara J. Garshman

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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June 8, 1988

Story By

Pamela K. Long

Directed By

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer

Joe Willmore

Producers

Robert D. Kochman

Kathlyn Chambers

Associate Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Supervising Producer

Barbara J. Garshman

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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October 6, 1988

Written By

Pamela K. Long

Trent Jones

Nancy Curlee

Stephen Demorest

Nancy Williams

Richard Culliton

N. Gail Lawrence

Pete T. Rich

Melissa Salmons

Directed By

Scott McKinsey

Executive Producer

Joe Willmore

Producers

Robert D. Kochman

Kathlyn Chambers

Associate Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Supervising Producer

Barbara J. Garshman

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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Courtesy of Dan

Christmas 1988:

Written By

Pamela K. Long

Trent Jones

Nancy Curlee

Stephen Demorest

Nancy Williams

Richard Culliton

Melissa Salmons

Pete T. Rich

N. Gail Lawrence

Executive Producer

Joe Willmore

Producers

Robert D. Kochman

Kathlyn Chambers

Associate Producer

Catherine Maher Smith

Assistants to the Producers

Mary O'Leary

Francine Versalie

Art Directors

Richard C. Hankins

Rick Dennis

Tom Targownik

Scenic Designers

David Smith

James Stewart

Costume Designer

David Loveless

Assistant Costume Designer

Mary Peterson

Associate Directors

Kevin Tracy

Susan R. Dansby

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Ann Vettel

Production Assistants

Lisa Kim Connor

Scott Riggs

Production Coordinators

Garret A. Foster

Ilene K. Frankel

Lori Hilliard

John C. Rajeski

Casting Director

Betty Rea, C.S.A

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Music Consultant

Jill Diamond

Music Supervisor

Barbara Miller

Music Director

A. J. Gundell

Production Manager

Sid Sirulnik

Facility Managers

John Keeler

Karen Leder

Technical Directors

James Angerame

Jack Brown

Audio

Ed Dolan

Arron Barron

Video

Bill Vignari

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Videotape Editors

William J. van den Noort

Brian D. Rosner

Tom Bornkamp

Lighting Designer

Ralph Holmes

Lighting Director

Stephen Abbott

Cameras

Jason Cullum

Jerry Gruen

Matthew Lagle

Mark Schneider

Boom Operators

Butch Inglese

Robert Primrose

Tony Valentino

Sound Effects

Joseph Gallant

Chief Engineer

John Valentino

Engineer in Charge

Thomas G. Guadarrama

Audio Assistants

Tim Pankewicz

Nick Selby

Make-Up

Joseph Cola

Sue Saccavino

Hair Dressers

Toni Gueli

Alba Samprisi

Wardrobe

Sheila Rodman

John Corbo

Arlene Konowitz

Special Effects

Anthony Parmelee

Supervising Producer

Barbara Garshman

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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