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Drama | Romance
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A peaceful New England town hides secrets and scandals.

Director: Mark Robson
Stars: Lana Turner, Lee Philips, Lloyd Nolan
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Drama | Romance
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7.5/10 X  

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Stars: Ed Nelson, Barbara Parkins, Warner Anderson
Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 5.9/10 X  

The residents of Peyton Place, New Hampshire, are not happy when its most famous resident, Alison Mackenzie, writes a "shocking" novel detailing the sinful secrets of the town. Most ... See full summary »

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Stars: Carol Lynley, Jeff Chandler, Eleanor Parker
Murder in Peyton Place (TV Movie 1977)
Mystery
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6.7/10 X  

A former resident of the town of Peyton Place, now wealthy and powerful, secretly returns to the town and sets in motion a spate of killings designed as revenge for past wrongs.

Directors: Bruce Kessler, Robert Hartford-Davis
Stars: Dorothy Malone, Ed Nelson, Tim O'Connor
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 Constance MacKenzie #1 (1972)
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 Benny Tate (1972-1973)
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 Constance MacKenzie Carson #2 (1972-1974)
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 Rev. W.B. Gillis (1973)
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 Rodney Harrington #1 (1972)
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 Lt. Ed Riker (1973)
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 Mr. Blake (1974)
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 Gino Panzini
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 Eli Carson (1972-1974)
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 D. B. Bentley (1973-1974)
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 Steven Cord (1972-1974)
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 Alison MacKenzie Tate #1 (1972-1973) (original cast)
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 Harry Gilbert (1974)
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 Leslie Harrington #2 (1972-1974)
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This daytime soap was a sequel of sorts to the primetime series Peyton Place, revolving around the lives of the citizens of that community. It did not carry over the stories, however, and only some of the original cast recreated their roles. Written by Anonymous

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NBC Programming replaced the daytime series "Bright Promise" (1969-1972) with "Return To Peyton Place" (1972-1974). The 20th Century Fox night-time NBC series "Peyton Place" was anticipated to distinguish the highly popular series for daytime programming. "Return To Peyton Place" replaced the "Bright Promise" time slot, as well as following the same daily taping schedule, afternoon-night rehearsal and tape, on Stage 9, NBC Burbank Color Studios. The other half of Studio 9 was used in the mornings for "Days of Our Lives" production. New RCA Color Cameras replaced camera equipment in the studio upgrade with the new Peyton Place series, improving transmission quality. See more »

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let's return to peyton place
24 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

I remember this show and loved it! It came on at 3:30 in the afternoon where I was and I can remember taping the show on my audio cassette so that I could have it always. A few years ago, Fox ran the original Peyton Place and I was lucky enough to have a video recorder and recorded all of the episodes. I converted them to DVD and am actually watching it again! (Third time I believe!). I would love to see this show again and have emailed many places asking for it to be released on DVD for my collection! I remember story lines vividly even though I was only in my teens when it aired. Allison being accused of murdering her husband Benny Tate; D.B. Bentley (played by the late Mary Frann of 'Newhart' fame and Monica Bell and her house boat. I remember Rita and Norman had another child on the last episode of 4 January 1974. Peyton Place is a classic town made up of classic characters and anything bearing it's name should be released for us fans! Cheers everyone!


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