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Mistaken Identity (24-Nov-1999)

Original Title: Two Babies: Switched at Birth

Director: Douglas Barr

Writers: Arlene Sarner; Jerry Leichtling

Music by: Stewart Levin

Producer: Robert J. Wilson

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David Andrews
1952   Mann & Machine
Rosanna Arquette
10-Aug-1959   Desperately Seeking Susan
Melissa Gilbert
8-May-1964   Little House on the Prairie
James McCaffrey
1959   Jimmy Keefe on Rescue Me


Melissa Gilbert   ...   Sarah Barlow
Rosanna Arquette   ...   Linda Wells
James McCaffrey   ...   Darryl
David Andrews   ...   James Barlow
Mary Mara   ...   Judy
Susan Barnes   ...   Marie
Ron Snyder   ...   Bert Wells
Joe Ivy   ...   Joseph Vankay, Esq.
Bruce Burkhartsmeier   ...   Michael Turner, Esq.
Robert Blanche   ...   Dr. Nerenberg
Sharonlee McLean   ...   Louise Dennis
Raissa Fleming   ...   Dr. Amy Popkin
Lester B. Hanson   ...   Sarah's Doctor
Peter Lohnes   ...   Linda's Doctor
Rob Stockton   ...   Orderly Jimmy
Kelly Wilson   ...   Hallway Nurse
Marilyn Faith Hickey   ...   Nursery Nurse
Sam Mowry   ...   Restaurant Client
Sharon Mitchell   ...   Judge Marshak
Ted Roisum   ...   Social Worker
Betty Moyer   ...   Social Worker
Carol Jones   ...   Social Worker
Karen Johnson-Miller   ...   Court House Reporter
Kaz Garas   ...   Court House Reporter
Eric Newsome   ...   Darryl's Lawyer
Shannon Day   ...   Final Reporter
Laura Duyn   ...   TV Interviewer
Sarah Bixel   ...   Sally


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