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Courtesy of Matt

Bright Promise - August 1971

Executive Producers

Frank and Doris Hursley

Producer

Jerry Layton

Associate Producer

Gloria Monty

Directors

Gloria Monty

Frank Pacelli

Writers

Frank & Doris Hursley

Production Assistant

Nancy Funk

Produced by

Bing Crosby-Frandor Productions in association with NBC-TV

Unit Manager

Robert Shannon

Originator

NBC-TV Color Studios, Burbank, CA

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