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Rhoda Miscellaneous Crew
Mary Tyler Moore
Mary Tyler Moore Miscellaneous Crew
Lou Grant
Lou Grant Miscellaneous Crew
Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers
Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers Miscellaneous Crew


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 1977-1978 Lou Grant (TV Series) (assistant to executive producers - 22 episodes)
- Physical (1978) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Poison (1978) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Spies (1978) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Scandal (1978) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Sect (1978) ... (assistant to executive producers)
 1975-1977 Mary Tyler Moore (TV Series) (assistant to executive producers - 35 episodes)
- The Last Show (1977) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Lou Dates Mary (1977) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Mary's Big Party (1977) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Mary's Three Husbands (1977) ... (assistant to executive producers)
- Murray Ghosts for Ted (1977) ... (assistant to executive producers)
 1975-1977 Rhoda (TV Series) (assistant to producers - 54 episodes)
- To Vegas with Love (1977) ... (assistant to producers)
- Pajama Party Bingo (1977) ... (assistant to producers)
- The Second Time Around (1977) ... (assistant to producers)
- Nose Job (1977) ... (assistant to producers)
- Nick Lobo, Superstar (1977) ... (assistant to producers)
 1974 Paul Sand in Friends and Lovers (TV Series) (assistant to producers - 1 episode)
- Maid in the Snow (1974) ... (assistant to producers)

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