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May 30, 1984

Written By

Pamela Long Hammer

Jeff Ryder

Trent Jones

John Kuntz

Addie Walsh

Robin Amos

Stephanie Braxton

N. Gail Lawrence

Samuel D. Ratcliffe

Pete T. Rich

Michelle Poteet Lisanti

Directed By

Harry Eggart

Executive Producer

Gail Kobe

Producers

Robert Calhoun

Leslie Kwartin

Supervising Producer

John Valente

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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July 17, 1984

Written By

Pamela Long Hammer

Jeff Ryder

Stephanie Braxton

Carolyn Culliton

John Kuntz

Addie Walsh

Robin Amos

Trent Jones

N. Gail Lawrence

Pete T. Rich

Michelle Poteet Lisanti

Directed By

Irene M. Pace

Executive Producer

Gail Kobe

Producers

Robert Calhoun

Leslie Kwartin

Supervising Producer

John Valente

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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November 19, 1984

Written By

Pamela Long Hammer

Jeff Ryder

John Kuntz

Addie Walsh

Trent Jones

Megan McTavish

Robin Amos

Directed By

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer

Gail Kobe

Producers

Leslie Kwartin

John P. Whitesell II

Associate Producer

Janet R. Stampfl

Assistants to the Producers

Janet Manzo

Steve Evans

Art Directors

Richard C. Hankins

Harry B. Miller

Ron Placzek

Set Directors

Wes Laws

Ron Kelson

Costume Director

David Dangles

Nanzi Adzima

Associate Directors

Robert D. Kochman

Jo Anne Sedwick

Michael Kerner

Stage Managers

Locke Wallace

Richard Grey

Production Assistants

Donna P. Vaughan

Hope Harmel Smith

Casting Director

Betty Rea

Assistant to the Casting Director

Jimmy Bohr

Technical Directors

James Angerame

Emile Husni

Audio

Jay Judell

Mary Cody

Video

Joe Manzo

Norman Ferro

Videotape Editors

Ronarld L. Miller

M. Scott Cole

Lighting Director

Ralph Holmes

Jene Youtt

Opening Theme

Elliot Lawrence Productions

Music

Elliot Lawrence Productions

Music Supervisor

Barbara Miller

Production Supervisors

Ellen Boyd

Charles Rennert

Al Irizarry

Make-Up

Joseph Cola

Sue Saccavino

Hair Dressers

Linda Librizzi

Debra Provenzano

Special Effects

Hank Gordon

Barbados Footage Directed By

John P. Whitesell II

Associate Directors

Robert Kochman

Jo Anne Sedwick

Air Transportation Provided By

BWIA International Airlines

Supervising Producer

John Valente

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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December 7, 1984

Written By

Pamela Long Hammer

Jeff Ryder

John Kuntz

Christopher Whitesell

Robin Amos

Stephanie Braxton

N. Gail Lawrence

Megan McTavish

Pete T. Rich

Trent Jones

Directed By

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer

Gail Kobe

Producers

Leslie Kwartin

John P. Whitesell II

Supervising Producer

John Valente

Executive in Charge of Production

Edward Trach

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