The ABC Afternoon Playbreak: Season 3, Episode 4

The Girl Who Couldn't Lose (13 Feb. 1975)

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Plain Jane begins a winning streak on a game show, and starts falling for her male opponent on the show.

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Jane Darwin
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Mark Linden (as Frank Stell)
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Jackie Leroy
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Rosalie
Milton Selzer ...
Charlie Darwin
Fritzi Burr ...
Florence Darwin
Beverly Sanders ...
Susan Miller
Edward Marshall ...
Walter Mersh
Oliver Clark ...
Judd Moore
Milt Kogan ...
Sonny Miller
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Andy Martin
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Plain Jane begins a winning streak on a game show, and starts falling for her male opponent on the show.

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Interesting installment of a long-forgotten daytime feature
2 April 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Julie Kavner was becoming a star as Rhoda's kid-sister Brenda when she appeared in this teleplay. I don't remember too much about this, but it was part of a mid-70s daytime series on ABC called the ABC Afternoon Playbreak (which would air maybe once a month or so in place of one of ABC's soaps). From what I remember, Julie's character is addicted to a gameshow called "Lucky 13". She appears on the show and as fate would have it, she becomes a longtime undefeated champion. One thing I clearly remember about this show is that they used the classic "Hollywood Squares" music as the music for "Lucky 13" (remember that hooky brass riff? Of course you do!). I think her winning streak ends when her love interest faces her as a competitor.


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