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Jimmy Fidler ...
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California Dreaming
8 April 2001 | by (Warren, MI) – See all my reviews

This first live dramatic program to originate from the West coast is none other than "Hollywood Opening Night" episode of the "Terrible Tempered Tolliver" starring William Bendix and Peggy Ann Garner. Peggy Ann has done a marvelous performance on live TV programming in New York and has made this transition back to Hollywood a natural.


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