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Carol Broadhurst (Character)
from "McCloud" (1970)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Mrs. Carol Broadhurst

Filmography

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TV:
  1. "McCloud"
        - The Great Taxicab Stampede (1977) TV episode, Played by Tracy Reed
        - Bonnie and McCloud (1976) TV episode, Played by Tracy Reed
        - Three Guns for New York (1975) TV episode, Played by Tracy Reed
        - Shivaree on Delancy Street (1974) TV episode, Played by Tracy Reed
        - The Million Dollar Round Up (1973) TV episode, Played by Tracy Reed

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Quotes:
From "McCloud: Bonnie and McCloud (#7.1)" (1976)
Sergeant Joe Broadhurst: [on payphone] Eh, this is gonna sound pretty strange but eh, I've gotta spend the night with McCloud.
Mrs. Carol Broadhurst: [at home in bed] I think you two are spending a little bit too much time with each other.
Sergeant Joe Broadhurst: Baby...
Mrs. Carol Broadhurst: You see more of McCloud than you do of me. Would it help if I bought a stetson and boots?
Sergeant Joe Broadhurst: Baby, you don't understand, I'm on special assignment. Our whole future could depend on this.
Mrs. Carol Broadhurst: It does. When you're ready to come home, let me know. I'll eh, I'll mark the calendar.
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