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Ruthie Camden (Character)
from "7th Heaven" (1996)

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Ruthie Camden portrayed by Mackenzie Rosman, is the youngest and third daughter of the Camdens... See more »


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  1. "7th Heaven"
    ... aka "7th Heaven: Beginnings" - USA (rerun title)
        - And Away We Go (2007) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman
        - Good News for Almost Everyone (2007) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman
        - Nothing Says Lovin' Like Something from the Oven (2007) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman
        - Some Break-Ups and Some Get-Togethers (2007) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman
        - Inked (2007) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman
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  1. "7th Heaven"
    ... aka "7th Heaven: Beginnings" - USA (rerun title)
        - The Kid Is Out of the Picture (2003) TV episode, Played by Mackenzie Rosman

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From "7th Heaven: Help! (#5.2)" (2000)
Ruthie Camden: [to her parents as they are visiting Eleanor Roosevelt School] They have horses! Horses!
Mrs. Carmen Mackoul: [to Eric and Annie] The school offers both English and western style instruction.2
Ruthie Camden: And there's no homework!
Mrs. Carmen Mackoul: We feel the children work hard during the day. At night, they should be free to relax and be kids. After all, we do have them seven hours a day. Of course, if Ruthie would like to spend time at home studying any subject beyond the core curriculum, we'll set up an individual program for her.
Ruthie Camden: I may want to do that, considering I don't have to be at school until ten!
Mrs. Carmen Mackoul: [laughs] We have a flexible schedule. Students can start as late as ten, but then they go until five. Not every student does his or her best work early in the morning. Plus, we have a 14 to 1 student ratio and a whole list of after-school trips and projects. Last year, we took a group of students to the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. and met the President. I think that Ruthie would make a wonderful addition to our school. If you have any questions, please call.
Rev. Eric Camden, Annie Camden: Thank you.
[shakes her hand]
Mrs. Carmen Mackoul: Bye, Ruthie.
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