Based on the novel and 1959 motion picture of the same name, this daytime soap focused on three career girls, who became friends at powerful Manhattan publishing company Key Publishing. ... See full summary »
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 Violet Jordan (1970) (unknown episodes)
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 Kim Jordan (1970) (unknown episodes)
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 Linda Warren (1970) (unknown episodes)
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 Amanda Key (1970) (unknown episodes)
Victor Arnold ...
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M'el Dowd ...
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 Johnny Lamont (1 episode, 1970)
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Based on the novel and 1959 motion picture of the same name, this daytime soap focused on three career girls, who became friends at powerful Manhattan publishing company Key Publishing. April, Linda, and Kim soon discovered that achieving "the best of everything" was a difficult prospect, as they faced failed romance, life-threatening intrigue, and bitchy publishing magnate Amanda Key in the Big Apple. Written by Mark Faulkner <mtfalknr@cc.memphis.edu>

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29 March 1970 (USA)  »

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Based on Rona Jaffe's novel this weekday drama debuted on 30 March 1970 and was set in New York City. See more »

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Follows The Best of Everything (1959) See more »

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Gale Sondergaard was terrific!
28 July 2005 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Altho' I mentioned in an earlier comment("Love of Life") that the only soap I had ever watched was "Love of Life",I had forgotten about this one & I always watched it for the short time it was on TV.Gale Sondergaard was terrific as Amanda Key--she was evil personified! I even got the original book,on which the programme was based,out of the library.It was very good,but nothing like the TV series.The film,which I also saw,was more faithful to the book.I was very disappointed when it was cancelled,as they didn't tie up the loose ends,so viewers were left hanging w/ unresolved story lines.I probably would've found it more satisfying if they had done a final episode,detailing what would happen.


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