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Arthur Allan Seidelman
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Tommy Lee Wallace
Not bad at all, but typical of the pap spewing out of TV
Is television so desperate for something to fill up two hours that producers are turning out stuff like this? Melodramatic to the extreme, unbelievable story and predictable denouement. The cast, who all do well, have my sympathy for wading through this.
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