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Scruples (25-Feb-1980)

Director: Alan J. Levi

Writer: James Lee

From novel: Scruples by Judith Krantz

Keywords: Drama

TV miniseries.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Barry Bostwick
Actor
24-Feb-1945   Brad in Rocky Horror Picture Show
Michael Callan
Actor
22-Nov-1935   Husband on Occasional Wife
Paul Carr
Actor
1-Feb-1934 17-Feb-2006 The Bat People
Kim Cattrall
Actor
21-Aug-1956   Samantha on Sex and the City
Jan Clayton
Actor
26-Aug-1917 28-Aug-1983 Ellen Miller on Lassie
John de Lancie
Actor
20-Mar-1948   Q on Star Trek: TNG
Doris Dowling
Actor
15-May-1923 18-Jun-2004 The Lost Weekend
George Gaynes
Actor
16-May-1917   Henry Warnimont on Punky Brewster
Genevieve
Singer
17-Apr-1920 14-Mar-2004 Singer on Jack Paar Show
Gary Graham
Actor
6-Jun-1950   Det. Matt Sikes on Alien Nation
Louise Latham
Actor
23-Sep-1922   Marnie
Anna Lee
Actor
2-Jan-1913 14-May-2004 Lila Quartermaine on General Hospital
Gavin MacLeod
Actor
28-Feb-1931   Capt. Stubing on Love Boat
Nick Mancuso
Actor
29-May-1948   Ticket to Heaven
Marie-France Pisier
Actor
10-May-1944 24-Apr-2011 The Other Side of Midnight
Bill Quinn
Actor
6-May-1912 29-Apr-1994 Mr. Van Ranseleer on Archie Bunker's Place
Robert Reed
Actor
19-Oct-1932 12-May-1992 Mike (dad) on The Brady Bunch
Connie Stevens
Singer
8-Aug-1938   Hawaiian Eye
Gene Tierney
Actor
19-Nov-1920 6-Nov-1991 Laura
Lindsay Wagner
Actor
22-Jun-1949   The Bionic Woman
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
Actor
30-Nov-1918 2-May-2014 The F.B.I.

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