Divorce Court (1984–1993)

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An early successor to "The People's Court" (1981) and precursor to later 'reality-based' shock-TV shows. Actors portraying litigants in divorce proceedings presented their stories to a ... See full summary »

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13 | 6 | 5 | 3 | 2 | 1 | unknown

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1993 | 1990 | 1989 | 1988 | 1987 | 1986 | 1985 | 1984 | unknown
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Marcy Shaffer ...
 Lawyer (6 episodes, 1985-1988)
William B. Keene ...
 Judge William B. Keene / ... (4 episodes, 1987-1990)
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 D.A. Steven Coen (4 episodes, 1986-1988)
Jim Peck ...
 Court Reporter (3 episodes, 1987-1988)
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 Attorney for Mr. Tucker / ... (2 episodes, 1986-1989)
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 Bernard Lynch / ... (2 episodes, 1986-1987)
Layla Bias Galloway ...
 Defendant (2 episodes, 1986)
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 Mrs. Wilde / ... (2 episodes, 1990)
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An early successor to "The People's Court" (1981) and precursor to later 'reality-based' shock-TV shows. Actors portraying litigants in divorce proceedings presented their stories to a judge who gave his judgement based on the merits of the case. Accusations of infidelity, dishonesty, incompetence and insanity were frequent. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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divorce

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$10,000 (estimated)
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announcer: Divorce Court is a dramatization based on cases and issues raised in the family courts of this nation. None of the participants knows the outcome of the case before hearing Judge Keene's decision. The jurisdiction is a combination of laws in all 50 states, therefore the laws in your community may differ. The cases are presided over by Judge William Keene, who served on the Superior Court of California for 18 years.
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Referenced in Full House: Divorce Court (1989) See more »

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a great show
30 September 2002 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I have many fond memories of this show. Every show was a dramatization of a divorce case. The wife and husband and a witness on their behalf would testify. This show was good for a lot of laughs because these people weren't the best actors in the world, but it was all in fun. I figure a lot of real-life divorces are like this. A footnote, the Judge on this show was a real life Judge, William Keene presided at the preliminary hearing for the Manson trial and the William Bonin freeway killer trial. I write to celebrities as a hobby and he was kind enough to reply to me. I asked him about the OJ trial and he said it would have been handled differently if it had been in his courtroom!


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