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Summer 1985

Created By

Frank and Doris Hursley

Executive Producer

Gloria Monty

Directed By

Hal Alexander

Written By

Pat Falken Smith

Norma Monty


James E. Reilly

Patrick Smith

Maralyn Thoma


Robert Guza, Jr.

Doris Silverton

Robert Soderberg

Story Consultant

A.J. Russell

Coordinating Producers

Jerry Balme

Joe Willmore

Associate Producer

Gerald M. Jaskulski

Casting Director

Marvin Paige

Production Associates

Jolie Lynn Barnett

Tom Citrano

Teri Wheeler

Production Continuity

Susan Klinenberg

Art Director

James Ellingwood

Assistant Art Directors

Mercer Barrows

Gregory D. Strain

Accosiate Directors

Diana Antisdel

Dick Amos

Ron Cates

Script Continuity

Cindy Jervey

Unity Managers

Jeff Calloway

Bob Piatak

Engineering Manager

Alison Buell

Technical Directors

John Cochran

Sue Arrington

Lighting Directors

Grant Velie

Tom Markle

Rae Creevey


Zoli Osaze

Joe Eaton

Jan Hoag

Sounds Effects

Sylvia Almstadt

Gene Larson

Patricia Yoshimoto

Senior Video

Leonard Grice

John O'Brien


Steve Jones

Iris Rosenthal

Dave Banks

Chester Jackson

Jack Denton

Boom Operators

Lisa Holley

Frank Vento

Mary Landers Irwin

Videotape Editors

Jack Moody

Jose Galvez

Videotape Recording

Bob Lanham

Electronic Maintenance

Patrick Sullivan

Scott Palmer

Stage Managers

Jennifer Cobb

James Woodworth

Costume Designer

Ann Somers Major

Assistant Costume Designer

Bob Miller


Jackie Eifert

Alice H. Jackson


P.K. Cole

Hair Stylist

Debbie E. Holmes

Original Music By


and by

Charles Paul

Music Supervisors

Stephen Reinhardt

Lori Alexander

Theme Music By

Jack Urbont

"Principles Nurses" Uniforms Provided By

Diane Von Furstengerg

Videotaped At

ABC Telvision Center


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