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Backstairs at the White House (29-Jan-1979)

Director: Michael O'Herlihy

Writers: Gwen Bagni; Paul Dubov; Frances Spatz Leighton; Lillian Rogers Parks

Keywords: Drama, POTUS, Washington DC

TV miniseries in 4 parts.

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John Anderson
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Barbara Barrie
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Claire Bloom
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Victor Buono
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Andrew Duggan
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Ed Flanders
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Lou Gossett, Jr.
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Lee Grant
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Eileen Heckart
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Celeste Holm
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Kevin Hooks
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Robert Hooks
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Kim Hunter
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George Kennedy
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Louise Latham
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Cloris Leachman
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Harry Morgan
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Leslie Nielsen
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Estelle Parsons
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John Randolph
Actor
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Tom Scott
Musician
19-May-1948   Prolific composer, session player
Jan Sterling
Actor
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Leslie Uggams
Actor
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