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John Forsythe as Blake Linda Evans as Krystle Pamela Sue Martin as Fallon John James as Jeff Joan Collins as Alexis Gordon Thomson as Adam Kathleen Beller as Kirby Geoffrey Scott as Mark The Engagement
Despite being one step away from financial ruin, Blake is determined to go ahead with the party at La Mirage in celebration of Fallon and Jeffs engagement. The reappearance of Sammy Jo and the savage press reports on Denver-Carrington's business dealings cast long shadows over the festivities, but no one is prepared for the tragic news of a suicide.... or murder? Written by DENMS TURNER Directed by IRVING MOORE *CEEFAX SUBTITLES


Unknown: John Forsythe
Unknown: Blake Linda Evans
Unknown: Fallon John James
Unknown: Jeff Joan Collins
Unknown: Alexis Gordon Thomson
Unknown: Adam Kathleen Beller
Unknown: Kirby Geoffrey Scott
Written By: Denms Turner
Directed By: Irving Moore

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