The paper's long standing streak of having a daily newspaper published is threatened by a blackout.

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Richard Evans ...
Walker
Margie Impert ...
Marcy
Paul Jenkins ...
Kirby
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Reggie Washburn
Stanley Grover ...
Jarret Longworth
Ray Oliver ...
Burroughs
Lynn Philip Seibel ...
Priest (as Lynn Seibel)
Lawrence Cook ...
Sgt. Williams
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The paper's long standing streak of having a daily newspaper published is threatened by a blackout.

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18 February 1980 (USA)  »

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Mrs. Pynchon: [having a meeting by candle light due to a blackout] Well, this is certainly a romantic setting for a press conference.
Lou Grant: Mrs. Pynchon, in this light, you look just like Lauren Bacall.
Mrs. Pynchon: Well, thank you, Mr. Grant. So do you.
[giggles like a school girl]
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