China Beach (1988–1991)
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April 25-30, 1975. K.C., now running a successful nightclub in Bangkok, Thailand, gets a call from Trieu Au, her daughter's nanny in Saigon, for help. K.C. flies out to Saigon to help get ... See full summary »

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Colleen McMurphy
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Pvt. Samuel Beckett (credit only)
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Sgt. Pepper (credit only)
Nancy Giles ...
Pvt. Frankie Bunsen (credit only)
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Sgt. Evan 'Dodger' Winslow
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Dr. Dick Richard (credit only)
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Maj. Lila Garreau (credit only)
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Cpl. Boonie Lanier (credit only)
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K.C. Kolowski
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Hector
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Trieu Au
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Joaquin
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Karen
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Cam Noi
Ed Beechner ...
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April 25-30, 1975. K.C., now running a successful nightclub in Bangkok, Thailand, gets a call from Trieu Au, her daughter's nanny in Saigon, for help. K.C. flies out to Saigon to help get both of them out of the country before the city falls to the Communists. But she has to deal with an enormous amount of red tape to do so, as well as quash her maternal instincts for her eight-year-old daughter, Karen, whom she barely knows. Meanwhile, Dodger arrives at the deserted China Beach facility after making his way through enemy territory and befriends a scared peasant woman in hiding there. In New Mexico, McMurphy, now living with a group of Navahos, intervenes with a child abuse case involving a fellow vet. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | War

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TV-14
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11 June 1991 (USA)  »

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