Murphy Brown (1988–1998)
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Murphy plans a memorable cowboy themed birthday for Avery but then overchedules herself with a trip to NYC on the same day. A surprise song from a well known singer makes it all worth it.

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Murphy Brown
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Miles Silverberg
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Corky Sherwood
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Frank Fontana
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Eldin Bernecky
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Jim Dial
Pat Corley ...
Phil
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Ticket Agent
Giorgio Kokosin ...
Avery at 19
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Secretary #59
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Richard Wu
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Himself
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Avery at 13 (as Christopher Kennedy Masterson)
Gene Scherer ...
Russian Man
Kenneth Schmidt ...
Avery at 5
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Murphy plans a memorable cowboy themed birthday for Avery but then overchedules herself with a trip to NYC on the same day. A surprise song from a well known singer makes it all worth it.

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17 May 1993 (USA)  »

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The toy in Avery's hand abruptly changes from a gel ring to a stuffed duck between the close-up and wide shot while Murphy and Eldin talk about her missing the birthday party in the last scene. After Barry Manilow's song finishes the toy is back to the gel ring. See more »

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