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August 28, 1992

Created By

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Linda Gottlieb

Producer

Charlotte Weil

Supervising Producer

Susan Bedsow Horgan

Directed By

Harry Eggart

Written By

Michael Malone

Josh Griffith

Jean Passanante

Dorothy Goldstone

Kate Rogin

Lloyd Gold

Becky Cole

Neal Bell

David Smilow

Location Scenes Produced By

Leslie Kwartin

Location Scenes Directed By

Noel Black

Post Production Producer

Stan Warnow

Associate Producer

Chuck Lioi

Associate Director

Frank Valentini

Stage Managers

Ray Hoesten

Jacki Phipps

Production Assistant

Tracy Casper

Production Designer

Roger Mooney

Costume Deisgner

Susan Gammie

Music Directors

James S. McDonalad

Jamie Howarth

Original Music By

Suzanne Ciani

David Nichtern

and

Lee Holdridge

Technical Manager

Dick Reid

Production Managers

Kathleen Wixted

Vivian Ramos

Technical Director

Gary Donatelli

Lighting Director

Scott Devitte

Video

John Monteleone, S.V.O.

Audio

Jack Kestenbaum

Ken Hoffman

Steadicam Operator

Alan Onesto

Crane Camera Operator

Tom Krakowiak

Camera Operator

Gene Kelly

Frank Forsyth

Richie Westlein

Videotape Engineer

Mike Siegel

Maintenance

Richie Zak

Rick Knipe

Rob Gigliuto

Videotape Editor

David Lindblom

Audio Post-Production

Ashley Howe

R.T. Smith

Hesh Yarmark

Jonathan Lory

Al James

Roy Carch

Glen Heil

Makeup Artists

Renate Long

Jack Engel

Hair Stylists

Peggy Nicholson

Eric Scott

Wardrobe

Alice Weldon

John Guiteras

Props

Steve Miller

Charlie Kirchmer

Gaffer

John Oates

Key Grip

Don Cerone

Utility

Rick Bruck

Steve Alhart

Richie Cavaliere

Neal Harvey

The Names Project AIDS Memorial Quilt

Provided By

Names Projuct Foundation

San Francisco, California

Special Thanks to

Dion Daly

and the

Names Project

New Jersey Chapter

Special Thanks to

Church of Christ The King

New Vernon, New Jersey

Videotaped At

ABC Television Center

In New York

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November 12, 1992

Created By

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Linda Gottlieb

Producer

Charlotte Weil

Supervising Producer

Leslie Kwartin

Susan Bedsow Horgan

Directed By

Gary Tomlin

Written By

Michael Malone

Josh Griffith

Jean Passanante

Christopher Whitesell

Dorothy Goldstone

Kate Rogin

Lloyd Gold

Becky Cole

Neal Bell

David Smilow

Alan Gelb

Post Production Producer

Adnrew Mondshein

Associate Producer

Chuck Lioi

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1992

Created By

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Linda Gottlieb

Producer

Charlotte Weil

Supervising Producer

Susan Bedsow Horgan

Leslie Kwartin

Directed By

David Pressman

Written By

Michael Malone

Josh Griffith

Eleanor Mancusi

Alan Bernstein

Dorothy Goldstone

Jeffery Sweet

Lloyd Gold

Roger Newman

Fran Myers

William M. Hoffman

Becky Cole

Neal Bell

Juliette Mann

Associate Producer

Chuck Lioi

Associate Director

Andrea Giles Rich

Jim Sayegh

Frank Valentini

Casting Director

Ellen Novack, CSA

Scenic Designer

Roger Mooney

Costume Deisgner

Susan Gammie

Assistant Casting Director

Rhonda Freeman

Assistant Scenic Designers

John C. Kenney, JR.

Ruth A. Wells

Scenic Artist

Robert Dell

Assitant Costume Deisgner

Thomas L. Keller

Elsa Ward

Technical Director

Henry Enrico Ferro

Gary Donatelli

Lighting Director

Michael Thornburgh

Scott Devitte

Video

Bob J. Shinn, SVO

Camera Operators

Gene Kelly

Chris Mauro

Larry Strack

Howie Zeidman

Audio

Michael Goldberg

Richard Sloan

Boom Operator

Roy Armstrong

Stan Talarek

Jerry Zeller

Sound Effects

Glen Heil

Theme By

Lee Holdridge

Music By

Suzanne Ciani

Cortesy of Private Music

Original Music By

Suzanne Ciani

and

David Nichtern

Additional Music by

Score Productions

and

Elizabeth Swados

Music Directors

Jamie Howarth

Makeup Artists

Renate Long

Dennis Eger

Hair Stylists

Tony Gueli

Michael Wasula

Videotape Editor

Leona K. Zeira

Denise Kaufman

Artie Volk

Stage Managers

Raymond J. Hoesten

Russell Cooper

Production Assistant

Tracy Casper

Desiree LAnd

Continuity & Research

Margo Husin

Margie Mejias Jacobs

Writers' Assistant

Kate Rogin

Matthew T. Gannon

Assistant to the Producer

Maude Brickner

Technical Maintenance

Richard Snipe

Hollis Bostic

Charles Ranzanici

Production Managers

Alan Needleman

Kathleen Wixted

Technical Manager

Aavo Harju

Business Manager

Wayne Lauscher

Studio Coordinator

Ken Litwin

Production Associates

Cecile Schwartzman

Crista Barrasso

Titles By

Greenberg and Schluter

Videotaped At

ABC Television Center

In New York

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