Carol Schlink as Sis and Margaret Melozzi as Dot
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2019-10-23
Carol Schlink (standing), Paula Faber & Margaret Melozzi
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2019-10-23
Political candidate Grant Matthews (right, played by Walter Cotter) cajoles wife Mary Matthews (left, played by Carol Schlink)
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2007-08-09
Presidential candidate Grant Matthews (center, played by Walter Cotter) and wife Mary Matthews (right, played by Carol Schlink) arrive to campaign in Washington, DC as hotel bellhop (left, played by Parker Wood) looks on
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2007-08-09
Mary Matthews (left, played by Carol Schlink) suspects martial misconduct of husband Grant Matthews (right, played by Walter Cotter) and powerbroker Kay Thorndyke (center, played by Paula Faber)
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2007-08-09
Steve Palmer, Carole Collins, Joan Batting, Tom DiMaggio, Paula Faber, Tom Roberts, Carol Schlink, Marg Cappelli and Walter Cotter
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2007-08-09
Mary Matthews (right, played by Carol Schlink) and husband Grant Matthews (left, played by Walter Cotter) wrestle with integrity in politics and marriage
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2007-08-09
Carol Schlink as Sis and Margaret Melozzi as Dot
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Date:
2019-10-23
Carol Schlink (standing), Paula Faber & Margaret Melozzi
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Date:
2019-10-23
Political candidate Grant Matthews (right, played by Walter Cotter) cajoles wife Mary Matthews (left, played by Carol Schlink)
From:
Date:
2007-08-09
Presidential candidate Grant Matthews (center, played by Walter Cotter) and wife Mary Matthews (right, played by Carol Schlink) arrive to campaign in Washington, DC as hotel bellhop (left, played by Parker Wood) looks on
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Date:
2007-08-09
Mary Matthews (left, played by Carol Schlink) suspects martial misconduct of husband Grant Matthews (right, played by Walter Cotter) and powerbroker Kay Thorndyke (center, played by Paula Faber)
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Date:
2007-08-09
Steve Palmer, Carole Collins, Joan Batting, Tom DiMaggio, Paula Faber, Tom Roberts, Carol Schlink, Marg Cappelli and Walter Cotter
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Date:
2007-08-09
Mary Matthews (right, played by Carol Schlink) and husband Grant Matthews (left, played by Walter Cotter) wrestle with integrity in politics and marriage
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Date:
2007-08-09