Henry Cooper Lewis is the former adopted son of Anthony "Mallet" Camalletti and Marina Cooper Camalletti. Mallet was unable to have children so Mallet and Marina begun looking into adopting a baby. The adoption agency wouldn't move them up on because of Marina's past relationship with former mobster Danny Santos. He is later revealed to the biological son of Shayne Lewis and the late Lara Pizano. Not wanting Henry to have two fathers, Mallet left and gave up his rights. Henry is now the son of Shayne and Marina.
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... Wells —————adapted from novel by Sinclair Lewis directed by Delbert Mann Ripley's Believe It or Not (NBC) January 11 "The Voice of Obsession" season 2 episode ... Robert Keith, Howard Da Silva, Jeffrey Hunter, Martin Gabel, Grace Kelly directed by Henry Hathaway Armstrong Circle Theatre (NBC) June 5 "Lover's Leap ... Television Theatre (NBC) August 29 "The Small Hours" season 5 episode 49 Lauren Gilbert as Henry Mitchell, Katherine Meskill as Laura Mitchell ...
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