Peyton Place (1964–1969)
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Episode #2.70 

Marian goes to the police to tell them about the accident she caused. Russ goes the police as well and is there knocked down by John. Steven convinces David to let him use Kim for the trial... See full summary »

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Constance Mackenzie Carson
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Michael Rossi
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Allison Mackenzie
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Rodney Harrington
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Betty Anderson
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Elliot Carson
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Norman Harrington
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David Schuster
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Martin Peyton
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Rita Jacks
James Douglas ...
Steven Cord
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District Attorney John Fowler
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Marian Fowler
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Russ Gehring
Garry Walberg ...
Sgt. Edward Goddard
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Marian goes to the police to tell them about the accident she caused. Russ goes the police as well and is there knocked down by John. Steven convinces David to let him use Kim for the trial. Later that day, Steven tells Betty he thinks there is something intimate going on between she and Rodney and threatens to lose the case deliberately. Norman finds a job as Eli's personal assistant. Allison still refuses to talk to her parents. Dr. Rossi thinks that's because she is still too depressed. Marian is determined to visit Allison and admits to Connie and Elliot she was the one who ran over her. Elliot suspects John knew about it all along and is furious about it. Written by matthijs_013

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21 February 1966 (USA)  »

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