The Young Marrieds (1964–1966)

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"The Young Marrieds" centered around the difficulties in the lives of several newly-married couples. There were Walter and Ann Reynolds (Walter was having an affair with model Carol West); ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Brenda Benet ...
 Jill McComb #2 (1965-1966)
Les Brown Jr. ...
 Buzz Korman (1965-1966)
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 Ann Reynolds #2 (1964-1966)
Betty Conner ...
 Jill McComb #1 (1965)
Norma Connolly ...
 Lena Karr Gilroy (1964-1966)
Floy Dean ...
 Liz Forsythe Stevens (1964-1966)
Scott Graham ...
 Matt Crane Stevens #1 (1964, 1965-1966)
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 Matt Crane Stevens #2 (1964-1965)
Irene Hervey ...
 Irene Forsythe #1 (1964-1965)
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 Gillespie (1965-1966)
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 Phil Sterling (1965)
Frank Maxwell ...
 Henry Korman (1965-1966)
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 Susan Garrett (1964-1966)
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 Ann Reynolds #1 (1964)
Ken Metcalf ...
 Jimmy Dahl (1965)
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"The Young Marrieds" centered around the difficulties in the lives of several newly-married couples. There were Walter and Ann Reynolds (Walter was having an affair with model Carol West); Liz and Matt Stevens (Liz's mother, Irene, interfered in their lives whenever possible); and Susan and Dan Garrett, who were desperately trying to regain custody of Susan's child, Jerry Karr, away from Lena and Roy Gilroy. Written by KR <rivadenei@uhavax.hartford.edu>

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In the show's final episode, Walter Reynolds has learned that he is going blind, and has barricaded himself in a stockroom with a shotgun, contemplating suicide. No resolve for this situation was ever presented. See more »

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