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Channing (TV Series) - Synopsis
... soldier who returns from South Vietnam and enters Channing College ... with multiple degrees who remains at Channing because of his social life ... Channing was broadcast at 10 p.m ...
Sophia Wayne Capwell - Character Background
... Perkins prove his innocence in the murder of Channing Capwell Jr ... Sophia was convinced that Channing was shot by her lover Lionel Lockridge ... of the events that took place on the day of Channing's death, Sophia came to a shocking realization that she had shot her son, not knowing that the gun she had was loaded and that the person arriving was ...
Lorelei (musical) - Productions
... In 1973 Carol Channing, who had originated the role of Lorelei Lee in 1949, reprised her role when Lorelei premiered in Oklahoma City at the (6000 seat) Civic Center Music Hall and broke boxoffice ... Carol Channing was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical ... its heroine, now seems just plain crass." Of its star, she noted, "Channing, who is now 51, looks much too old for the part ...
Channing (TV Series)
... Channing (also known as The Young and the Bold) is an American drama series that aired on American Broadcasting Company from September 18, 1963 to April 8, 1964 ... The series depicted life at fictitious Channing College, with Jason Evers in the lead role of Professor Joseph Howe, and Henry Jones as Fred Baker, the dean of the institution ... Channing, a production of Revue Studios, aired during the same time frame as the first season of NBC's somewhat similar offering, Mr ...
Channing - Television
... Channing (TV series), a 1960s television series, also known as "The Young and the Bold", starring Jason Evers and Henry Jones ...

Famous quotes containing the word channing:

    Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.
    Joseph L. Mankiewicz, U.S. screenwriter. Margo Channing (Bette Davis)