CTVA US Comedy - "Julia" (TCF/NBC) (1968-71) Diahann Carroll, Lloyd Nolan

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Julia (1968-71) starring Diahann Carroll as Julia
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Julia (1968-71)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger, Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide /  Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)

Julia (season 1) (NBC) (1968-69)
Julia (season 2) (NBC) (1969-70)
Julia (season 3) (NBC) (1970-71)

Savannah Productions, Inc. & Hanncarr Productions, Inc.
in association with
20th Century-Fox Television

for the
NBC Network (Tuesdays 8:30pm)
Created and Produced by Hal Kanter
also Produced by Bernard Wiesen (season 3)

US Comedy series 1968-71   86 episodes x 30 min color
Starring
Diahann Carroll as Julia Baker
Lloyd Nolan as Dr. Morton Chegley
Marc Diego Copage as Corey Baker
with
Betty Beaird as Marie Waggedorn
Michael Link as Earl J. Waggedorn

Mary Wickes as Melba Chegley (1968-1971)
Ned Glass as Sol Cooper (1968-1971)
Allison Mills as Carol Deering (1968-1969)
Lurene Tuttle as Hannah Yarby (1968-1970)
Eddie Quillan as Eddie Edson (1968-1971)
Paul Winfield as Paul Cameron (1968-1970)
Hank Brandt as Len Waggedorn (1968-1971)

season 3 (1970-71)
Fred Williamson as Steve Bruce
Janear Hines as Roberta
Richard Steele as Richard
Stephanie James as Kim Bruce

Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 1 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 2 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 3 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 4 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 5 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 6 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 7 of 8
Diahann Carroll - Archive Interview Part 8 of 8

Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 1 of 6 (Producer/Writer)
Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 2 of 6 (Producer/Writer)
Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 3 of 6 (Producer/Writer)
Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 4 of 6 (Producer/Writer)
Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 5 of 6 (Producer/Writer)
Hal Kanter - Archive Interview Part 6 of 6 (Producer/Writer)

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