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Natalie Nassau
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Judge John Nassau (as George Delhoyo)
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Gomez Calhoun (as William Sasso)
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The Sliders land in a world where J. Edgar Hoover founded the nation and martial law has been in effect for 30 years. Chased by government officials, they must make a choice of whether to protect the last surviving copy of the Constitution which could sprout the idea of democracy or gain the release of a former judge who has some potential to be a new founding father. Written by Mark D. Snyder

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In Hoover Double Prime, Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary is still open in 1996. It houses numerous political prisoners including Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and Sam Kinison. See more »

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Features The Jack Benny Program (1950) See more »

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