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The Clear Horizon ()


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Seasons: 2 1 Years: 1962 1961 1960

Space opera would be a more accurate description of this daytime serial, which focused on astronaut Roy Selby, his family, and his co-workers at Cape Canaveral.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jan Shepard ...
  Betty Howard (unknown episodes)
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  Ann Shelby (1960-1962) (unknown episodes)
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  Eddie Tinker (1960-1962) (unknown episodes)
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  Col. Tate (1960-1962) (unknown episodes)
Eve McVeagh ...
  Frances Moseby (1960-1962) (unknown episodes)
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  Enid Ross (1960-1962) (unknown episodes)
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  Captain Farrell (1960-1961) (unknown episodes)
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  Mitchell Corbin (1960-1961) (unknown episodes)
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  Sig Levy (1960-1961) (unknown episodes)
Denise Alexander ...
  Lois Adams (1960) (unknown episodes)
Grace Albertson ...
  ? (1961) (unknown episodes)
Bern Bennett ...
  Announcer (unknown episodes)
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  Greg Selby (unknown episodes)
Hal England ...
  Lt. Douglas Merrill (unknown episodes)
Earl Hammond ...
  Captain Sovine (unknown episodes)
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  Rickey Selby (1960-61) (unknown episodes)
Charles Keane ...
  C. P. O. Warren (unknown episodes)
Ed Kemmer ...
  Roy Selby (1960-1962)) (unknown episodes)
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  Harry Moseby (unknown episodes)
Lydia Markova ...
  Dr. Malkova (unknown episodes)
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  First Officer Mikel (unknown episodes)
William Roerick ...
  Theodore Adams (1960-1961, 1962) (unknown episodes)

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  • CBS (1962) (United States) (tv) (original airing)

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Space opera would be a more accurate description of this daytime serial, which focused on astronaut Roy Selby, his family, and his co-workers at Cape Canaveral. Written by Mark Faulkner

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  • The Clear Horizon (United States)
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  • 30 min
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