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(NBC, 2/10/1977 to 2/24/1977, 3 Parts, 120 mins each, 6 hours). The third in NBC’s “Best Seller” series, this three-part, six hour serialization of Norman Bogner’s 1967 novel about a poor young man from New York’s lower East Side who becomes a power in the garment industry in the post Depression era won Emmy Award nominations for Steven Keats and Dori Brenner.

Production Company Universal Television. Director (Parts 1 and 2) Richard Irving. Director (Part 3) Russ Mayberry. Executive Producer Franklin Barton. Producer Richard Irving. Teleplay Laurence Heath. Based on the Novel by Norman Bogner. Photography Jack Priestley. Music Nelson Riddle. Theme Elmer Bernstein. Editor Robert F. Shugrue. Production Designer Philip Rosenberg. Art Director Loyd S. Papez.

Cast Steven Keats (Jay Blackman), Dori Brenner (Rhoda Gold Blackman), Jane Seymour (Eve Meyers), Anne Archer (Myrna Gold), Kristoffer Tabori (Al Blackman), Herschel Bernardi (Joe Vitelli), Richard Dimitri (Frank Topo), Jack Gilford (Finkelstein), Mike Kellin (Morris Blackman), Alan King (Harry Lee), Ray Milland (Douglas Fredericks), Paul Sorvino (Dave Shaw), Eli Wallach (Gus Farber), William Windom (John Meyers), Leora Dana (Mrs. Gold), John Pleshette (Marty Cass), Lou Criscuolo (Credan), Richard Kline (Howart Horton), Robert Symonds (Edward Gold), Anna Berger (Celia Blackman), Ellen Greene (Paula), Gloria Grahame (Moll), Josh Mostel (Barney Green), Brock Peters (Sergeant Rollins), Joshua Freund (Neal Blackman), Graham Beckel (Detective Clever), Ron Max (Ray Boone).

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