Gail Kobe (1932–2013)


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During the 1950s and 1960s, she made dozens of guest appearances on such television programs as The Twilight Zone (1959), Dr. Kildare (1961), The Felony Squad (1966), Gunsmoke (1955), Daniel Boone (1964), and Mannix (1967). She had a short role as Doris Schuster on Peyton Place (1964). She also appeared on daytime's Bright Promise (1969) as Ann ... See full bio »

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The Ten Commandments Pretty Slave Girl
(1956)
Guiding Light Producer
(1983-1986)
Texas Producer
(1981-1982)
The Twilight Zone Jessica Connelly / Leah Maitland / Sally
(1960-1964)

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 1975-2014 Days of Our Lives (TV Series) (assistant producer - 197 episodes)
- Episode #1.12469 (2014) ... (assistant producer)
- Episode #1.2546 (1975) ... (assistant producer)
- Episode #1.2545 (1975) ... (assistant producer)
- Episode #1.2544 (1975) ... (assistant producer)
- Episode #1.2543 (1975) ... (assistant producer)
 1987-1988 The Bold and the Beautiful (TV Series) (producer - 297 episodes)
- Episode #1.383 (1988) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.297 (1988) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.296 (1988) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.295 (1988) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.294 (1988) ... (producer)
  Guiding Light (TV Series) (executive producer - 118 episodes, 1983 - 1986) (producer - 1 episode, 1984)
- Episode dated 25 April 1986 (1986) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 18 April 1986 (1986) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 17 April 1986 (1986) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 7 April 1986 (1986) ... (executive producer)
- Episode dated 3 April 1986 (1986) ... (executive producer)
  Texas (TV Series) (executive producer - 387 episodes, 1981 - 1982) (supervising executive producer - 92 episodes, 1981)
- Episode #1.617 (1982) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.616 (1982) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.615 (1982) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.614 (1982) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.613 (1982) ... (executive producer)
 1981 The People's Court (TV Series) (producer)
 1979-1980 The Edge of Night (TV Series) (supervising producer - 247 episodes)
- Episode #1.6384 (1980) ... (supervising producer)
- Episode #1.6371 (1980) ... (supervising producer - uncredited)
- Episode #1.6368 (1980) ... (supervising producer - uncredited)
- Episode #1.6366 (1980) ... (supervising producer - uncredited)
- Episode #1.6365 (1980) ... (supervising producer - uncredited)
 1972-1974 Return to Peyton Place (TV Series) (associate producer - 422 episodes)
- Episode #1.425 (1974) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.424 (1974) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.421 (1973) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.422 (1973) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.420 (1973) ... (associate producer)
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Other Works:

She was cast as 'Lottie Hatfield' for the "Here Come the Brides" pilot; however, after ABC executives watched it, they suggested the part be recast with Joan Blondell.

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Featured actress in the Dana Andrews NBC 1969-1971 drama series "Bright Promise", Gail Kobe developed a strong friendship with the show's Producer-Director Gloria Monte. With Gloria's help, upon cancellation of "Bright Promise", Gail transferred to the NBC-Fox drama revival "Return To Peyton Place" from 1971-1974, as a producer with the NBC-Fox producing team. When this daily series was canceled,... See more »

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