Murder at the World Series
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Actor: Lynda Day George, Bruce Boxleitner, Murray Hamilton, Michael Parks, Karen Valentine
Company: ABC Entertainment
Country: United States of America
Crew: Andrew V. McLaglen (Director), Cy Chermak (Writer), Cy Chermak (Producer), John Cacavas (Music Supervisor), Richard C. Glouner (Cinematography)
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