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Colleen Morris ...
 Jennifer North 65 episodes, 1994
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 Neely O'Hara 65 episodes, 1994
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 Anne Welles 65 episodes, 1994
Warren Burton ...
 Mitch Henry 65 episodes, 1994
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 Rick Chen 65 episodes, 1994
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 Ray Ariaz 65 episodes, 1994
Cameron Hall ...
 Billy Shreiber 65 episodes, 1994
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 Caitlin North 65 episodes, 1994
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 Bernice Stein 65 episodes, 1994
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 Michael Burke 65 episodes, 1994
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 Allen Cooper 65 episodes, 1994
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 Jean-Claude 65 episodes, 1994
Tom Reilly ...
 Peter D'Allesio 65 episodes, 1994
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 Gordon North 65 episodes, 1994
Milton Selzer ...
 Manny Henry 65 episodes, 1994
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 Tim Burke 65 episodes, 1994
David Stratton ...
 Dennis Ulander 65 episodes, 1994
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 Seth Stein 65 episodes, 1994
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 Young Lawyer 65 episodes, 1994
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13 June 1994 (USA)  »

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Hollywood - La valle delle bambole  »

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1.33 : 1
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A fascinating soap opera loosely based on Jacqueline Susann's novel and updated for the 1990's.
8 October 1998 | by See all my reviews

This syndicated soap (which tried to push the current boundaries for nudity on television, especially when it comes to males) was test-marketed for 13 weeks in selected cities, including Boston and Atlanta. The combining of the original plotline with 90's sensibilities, along with warping a few relationships (Helen Lawson, who in the movie and novel was a huge Broadway star for whom Jennifer North appeared as a showgirl is now Jennifer's mother and a movie star!) New World basically cancelled the project before it was aired, but those original 13 weeks were adult soap opera at it's most interesting. Of special note is that I believe this soap was the first portrayal of a functioning and healthy gay relationship between two men. Ahead of it's time, I hope this show doesn't disappear into oblivion.


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