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Peyton Place episode 462 part 1

The original primetime soap opera. Original airing: September 18, 1968. Starring in this episode: Ed Nelson (Michael Rossi), Ryan O’Neal (Rodney Harrington), Barbara Parkins (Betty Anderson), Christopher Connelly (Norman Harrington), Patricia Morrow (Rita Harrington), James Douglas (Steven Cord), Tippy Walker (Carolyn Russell), Robert Hogan (Rev. Tom Winter), Michael Christian (Joe Rossi), Sharon Hugueny (Donna Franklin), Barbara Rush (Marsha Russell) and Joe Maross (Fred Russell). Story (from IMDb): Mike makes clear to Tom that Jill lost her baby because of him. Shortly after, Tom announces his plans on divorcing Susan. Meanwhile, Norman fears that Betty will turn to Steven for comfort again. Carolyn finds out that her father is dating a young woman, Donna. URL: www.imdb.com I DO NOT OWN THIS MATERIAL. This episode is currently unavailable on DVD. As soon as it becomes available for purchase, I will remove the episode.

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Here Come The Brides – A Christmas Place – (Portion 1 of Six)

This episode of HCTB originally aired on December 18, 1968. For those of you who have in no way noticed this delightful 60′s series, it was loosely based on the film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. In this version, in order to maintain his mountain from falling into the hands of Aaron Stempel (Mark Lenard), Jason Bolt (Robert Brown) and his two brothers Joshua (David Soul) and Jeremy (Bobby Sherman) had to bring 100 eligible brides from Massachusetts to Seattle where they had to stay for a year. Whilst a premise such as this could have effortlessly turned out to be one thing silly, it turned out to be just the opposite, frequently tackling controversial problems along the way. However, it managed to remain extremely entertaining. The first season is offered on DVD and we’re patiently waiting for the release of the second season but I’m not confident it will ever see the light of day. Anyway, in keeping with the Christmas them, this is the Christmas episode from the initial season. Despite the fact that it is okay, I don’t believe it’s a true indicator of what the series was about.

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Peyton Place (1957) – Primary Title – Franz Waxman

Charles Gerhardt conducting the National Philharmonic Orchestra (1974).
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Melrose Place – The Second Season (Boxset) (DVD NEW)

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Melrose Place: The Fifth Season, Vol. 1

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Melrose Place: Season Five, Vol. 2

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MARY HARTMAN -3 SONGS BY MARY KAY Place.

1 COKE AND CHIPS. 2 ALL I CAN DO.3 Good OLD Country BAPTIZN’
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Melrose Place Openings

This opening sequence shows all 23 stars of Melrose Place with almost all of their opening shots. The music is from season 1 (slower version) and 6 (quicker version). Starring in alphabetical order: Linden Ashby, Josie Bissett, Thomas Calabro, David Charvet, Marcia Cross, Kristin Davis, Rob Estes, Brooke Langton, Laura Leighton, Amy Locane, Jamie Luner, Alyssa Milano, John Haymes Newton, Lisa Rinna, Kelly Rutherford, Doug Savant, Grant Show, Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Jack Wagner, Vanessa Williams, Daphne Zuniga. Unique guest star: Heather Locklear as Amanda.
Video Rating: 4 / five

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Melrose Place: Sixth Season V.1

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Tv Theme Peyton Place

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