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Comedy | Drama
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Comedy | Drama
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Drama
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Drama
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Drama
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Stars: William Lundigan, Art Gilmore, Mary Costa
Drama
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Comedy | Drama
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Drama
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Drama | Romance
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Director: Elia Kazan
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Beginning in October 1955 until the last episode in March 1959, the show was broadcast on Friday nights between 9:30 and 10:00 PM Eastern Time. See more »

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