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The Prince of Central Park

producer evan hart editor

(CBS, 6/17/1977, 90 mins). A lonely widow who frequents Central Park becomes emotionally involved with two orphaned youngsters who have built an oasis for themselves there after fleeing from a foster home. A young Brooke Shields made her TV acting debut in a small role in the adaptation of Evan H. Rhodes’ classic children’s novel (1974).

Production Company Lorimar Productions. Director Harvey Hart. Executive Producer Philip Capice. Producer Harvey Hart. Teleplay Jeb Rosebrook. Based on the Novel by Evan H. Rhodes. Photography Victor J. Kemper. Music Arthur B. Rubinstein. Supervising Editor Gene Fowler Jr. Editor Marjorie Fowler. Art Director Hank Aldrich. Associate Producer Christopher Seitz.

Cast Ruth Gordon (Mrs. Miller), T.J. Hargrave (Jay Jay), Lisa Richard (Laurie), Marc Vahanian (Elmo), Eda Reiss Merin (Alice), Carol Gustafason (Ardis), Brooke Shields (Kristin), Brenda Currin (Mme. Dupres), Bruce Howard Webster (Rodney), William Hubbard Knight (Rodney’s Father), Tony Travis (Busboy), Kim Webster (Girl in cafeteria), Jo Flores Chase (Halran woman), Carol Nadell (Mother in cafeteria), Estelle Omens (Preacher lady), J. Herbert Kerr (Security guard), Ellen Ruskin (Tour guide), Dan Hedaya (Hot dog vendor).

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