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(TV Series)

(1968)

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Directed by 

Walter Doniger

Writing Credits  

Grace Metalious ... (based on the novel by)
 
Paul Monash ... (series adapted for television)
 
Lionel E. Siegel ... (written by) and
John Wilder ... (written by)

Cast (in credits order)  

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Rodney Harrington (credit only)
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Elliot Carson (credit only)
Christopher Connelly ...
Norman Harrington (credit only)
Patricia Morrow ...
James Douglas ...
Steven Cord (credit only)
Tippy Walker ...
Carolyn Russell (as Elizabeth Walker)
Joyce Jillson ...
Michael Christian ...
Joe Rossi
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Rev. Tom Winter
Frank Ferguson ...
Diana Hyland ...
Susan Winter
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Marsha Russell
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Produced by 

William Allyn ... associate producer
Everett Chambers ... producer
William J. Hole Jr. ... associate producer
Nina Laemmle ... associate producer
Paul Monash ... executive producer

Music by 

Arthur Morton

Cinematography by 

William Cronjager ... director of photography

Film Editing by 

Jamie Caylor ... (as James B. Caylor)

Art Direction by 

Philip M. Jefferies ... (as Philip Jefferies)
Jack Martin Smith

Set Decoration by 

Chester Bayhi ... (as Chester L. Bayhi)
Walter M. Scott

Production Management 

Lloyd Allen ... unit production manager
Daniel A. Nathan ... post-production supervisor (as Dan Nathan)
William Self ... in charge of production
Jack Sonntag ... production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

James Engle ... assistant director

Camera and Electrical Department 

Jim Sellars ... assistant camera (uncredited)

Editorial Department 

Robert Mintz ... post-production coordinator

Music Department 

Leonard A. Engel ... supervising music editor
Kenneth Hall ... music editor
Lionel Newman ... music supervision
Franz Waxman ... composer: "Peyton Place" theme music

Other crew 

Del Reisman ... executive story consultant

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