Peyton Place (1964–1969)
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Kenneth admits to Michael he thinks Vincent can be persuaded to stay in Peyton Place by supporting him financially. He later meets his sister-in-law Claire for the first time. Julie ... See full summary »

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Constance Mackenzie Carson
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Matthew Swain (credit only)
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Michael Rossi
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Allison Mackenzie
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Rodney Harrington
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Betty Anderson (credit only)
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Vincent Markham / Kenneth Markham
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Elliot Carson
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Norman Harrington
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David Schuster
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Julie Anderson
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Claire Morton
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Kenneth admits to Michael he thinks Vincent can be persuaded to stay in Peyton Place by supporting him financially. He later meets his sister-in-law Claire for the first time. Julie questions David why he compares himself to Leslie all the time. Rod interrupts them, accepting a summer job at the office. Meanwhile, Norman demands to know what really happened to Rita when he brought her home, but Elliot responds Norman is imagining things. While Connie proposes to talk to Rita about her incident, Elliot catches David talking to Allison and is not pleased. Allison admits to David she is hurt for not being allowed to babysit on Kim anymore by Doris. Written by matthijs_013

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10 August 1965 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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