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Ann Romano (Character)
from "One Day at a Time" (1975)

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Alternate Names:
Ann Romano Royer

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  1. "One Day at a Time"
        - Another Man's Shoes (1984) TV episode, Played by Bonnie Franklin (as Ann Romano Royer)
        - Off We Go (1984) TV episode, Played by Bonnie Franklin (as Ann Romano Royer)
        - The Nearness of You (1984) TV episode, Played by Bonnie Franklin (as Ann Romano Royer)
        - Meaning of Life (1984) TV episode, Played by Bonnie Franklin (as Ann Romano Royer)
        - Up in Smoke (1984) TV episode, Played by Bonnie Franklin (as Ann Romano Royer)
          (201 more)

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From "One Day at a Time: The Broken Nose (#4.21)" (1979)
Dwayne F. Schneider: Listen If she needs any blood I know a couple of guys that can give you all the blood you want.
Dr. Samuel Fairmont: Look Ann uh make sure that she keeps those bandages on, and it's important that we avoid any impossibility of infected.
Ann Romano: Alright! Alright!
Dr. Samuel Fairmont: To minimize is to get that prescription filled, and if there's anything else you wanna know or any questions don't hesitate to call me.
Ann Romano: Okay thank you so much doctor, and can we go home now.
Dr. Samuel Fairmont: Yes sure of course, Barbara it's alright to go home.
Dwayne F. Schneider: Easy does it.
Ann Romano: Oh.
Dr. Samuel Fairmont: That's alright darling your going to be just fine, and you just hang in there.
Ann Romano: Thanks a lot doctor.
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