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Centennial (NBC, 1/21/1979, 2 hours)

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(NBC, 1/21/1979, 2 hours). The truth about the con artist family is discovered in Chapter 9, “The Crime,” as the story moves more or less into the modern era, and they try fleecing some of Centennial’s most respected citizens, causing a rift in the clan. Meanwhile, threats of losing his land and his help Japanese laborers working in his fields inadvertently makes one of the leading farmers a pillar in Centennial growth.

Production Company Universal Television. Director Harry Falk. Supervising Producer Richard Caffey. Producer Malcolm R. Harding. Teleplay Charles Larson. Photography Charles W. Short. Music John Addison. Editor Bill Parker. Production Designer Jack Senter.

Cast Brian Keith (Sheriff Axel Dumire), Anthony Zerbe (Mervin Wendell), Lois Nettleton (Maude Wendell), Doug McKeon (Philip Wendell), William Atherton (Jim Lloyd), Timothy Dalton (Oliver Seccombe), Lynn Redgrave (Charlotte Seccombe), Alex Karras (Hans Brumbaugh), Cliff DeYoung (John Skimmerhorn), Cristina Raines (Lucinda Zendt), Clive Revill (Finlay Perkin), Jesse Vint (Amos Calendar), Rafael Campos (Nacho Gomez), A Martinez (Tranquilino Marquez), Steve Sandor (Charley Kinderdine), Robert Phalen (Reverend Holly), Sandy McPeak (Swen Sorenson), Clint Ritchie (Messmore Garrett), Alan Napier (Lord Venneford), Eric Lalich (Jake Calendar), Deborah Trissell (Miss Keller), Tiger Thompson (Young Beeley Garrett), Steve Sandor (Charley Kinderdine), Kohji Takahashi (Takimoto), Lani Grant (Mrs. Takimoto).

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