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"Small Wonder" Ronald McDonald House (1988)

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Howard Leeds (created by) and
Warren S. Murray (written by)
Original Air Date:
6 February 1988 (Season 3, Episode 17)
Jamie stages a play to help a boy cope with leukemia. | Add synopsis »


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Episode Crew
Directed by
Dick Christie 
Writing credits
Howard Leeds (created by)

Bruce Kane  written by
Warren S. Murray  written by

Produced by
Jean Hester .... associate producer
Other crew
Mel Sherer .... executive story editor
Francis X. Tobin .... publicist
Series Cast
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Alice Ghostley ... Ida Mae Brindle

Series Crew
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Original Music by
George Greeley 
Ed Lojeskie 
Casting by
David Graham 
Art Direction by
John C. Mula 
Costume Design by
Joe Champa 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Castaneda .... dimmer operator
Steven Castaneda .... electrician
Doug Luberts .... electrician
Val Stulman .... camera utility (as Valerie Stulman)
Other crew
Tom Brocato .... publicist
Production Companies

Additional Details

Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Per the title, Ronald McDonald House is a series of charities located in many cities sponsored by McDonalds to provide housing to needy families who have sick children that require long term care away from home.See more »


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