The drama presents interpersonal conflicts of executives, office workers, factory hands and their families against the backdrop of a large corporation.
- imDb Rating: 7.1 (22 Votes)
- Metascore: N/A
The machinations of the powerful Cardway Corporation, headed by president Don Walling.
- Rated: N/A
- Released: 20 Sep 1976
- Runtime: 60 min
- Genre: Drama
- Director: N/A
- Writer: N/A
- Actors: Mitchell Ryan, Sharon Acker, Leigh McCloskey, Wendy Phillips
- Language: English
- Country: USA
- Awards: N/A
- Total Seasons: 1
Re: Aftermath of a Tragedy
Episode 1x18; Feb 11, 1977
1x20: Re: A House Divided
1x19: Re: The Topless Towers of Ilium
1x18: Re: Aftermath of a Tragedy
1x17: Re: Passionate Journey
1x16: Re: The Rules of Seduction
1x15: Re: The Woman Inside
1x14: Re: Kin Less Than Kind
1x13: Re: The Dominant Sex
1x12: Re: The Identity Crisis
Byron Morrow as Pearce Newberry
Gwyda Donhowe as Astrid Rutledge
Sharon Acker as Helen Walling
Leigh McCloskey as Brian Walling
Paul Lambert as Tom Dalessio
Mitchell Ryan as Dan Walling
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|Episode No.||No. Overall||Title||Airdate||Runtime||Summary|
|1||1||Re: The Secret||1976-09-20||60||
A bomb rips the Cardway Corporation, arguments arise as to the membership of a young executive on the board of directors, and a woman's scandalous past is revealed.
|2||2||Re: The Trap||1976-09-27||60|
|3||3||Re: The Porno Play||1976-10-04||60|
|4||4||Re: The Serpent's Tooth||1976-10-18||60|
|5||5||Re: A Day Full of Surprises||1976-10-25||60|
|6||6||Re: People Who Live in Glass Houses||1976-11-08||60|
|7||7||Re: Power Play||1976-11-15||60|
|8||8||Re: Fear of Falling||1976-11-22||60|
|9||9||Re: Who Shall Bring Mercy?||1976-11-29||60|
|10||10||Re: The Sounds of Silence||1976-12-06||60|
|11||11||Re: What Are Patterns For?||1976-12-13||60|
|12||12||Re: The Identity Crisis||1976-12-20||60|
|13||13||Re: The Dominant Sex||1977-01-03||60|
|14||14||Re: Kin Less Than Kind||1977-01-14||60|
|15||15||Re: The Woman Inside||1977-01-21||60|
|16||16||Re: The Rules of Seduction||1977-01-28||60|
|17||17||Re: Passionate Journey||1977-02-04||60|
|18||18||Re: Aftermath of a Tragedy||1977-02-11||60|
|19||19||Re: The Topless Towers of Ilium||60|
|20||20||Re: A House Divided||60|
|Byron Morrow||as Pearce Newberry|
|Gwyda Donhowe||as Astrid Rutledge|
|Sharon Acker||as Helen Walling|
|Leigh McCloskey||as Brian Walling|
|Paul Lambert||as Tom Dalessio|
|Mitchell Ryan||as Dan Walling|
|Maxine Stuart||as Marge Newberry|
|Stephen Elliott||as Howell Rutledge|
|Wendy Phillips||as Stacey Walling|
|Paulene Myers||as Elly Gibson|
|Richard Cox||as Mark Desmond|
|Brenda Sykes||as Summer Johnson|
|Percy Rodriguez||as Malcolm Gibson|
|Carl Weintraub||as Harry Ragin|
|Madlyn Rhue||as Hilary Mason|
|Joan Prather||as Glory Dalessio|
|Based on the Novel Of||Cameron Hawley|
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