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When Every Day Was the Fourth of July

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
continues a season of films new to television.
Tonight starring Dean Jones
Louise Sorel
Katy Kurtzman
1937, Bridgeport, Connecticut. For most of America this is a time of Depression, but for Daniel and Sarah Cooper, it is as good a time as any to be growing up. When Sarah befriends the town outcast, a mute veteran of World War I, no-one can anticipate the events that are to follow and the dramatic effects they are to have on the community. The summer of 1937 is one that they will never forget.
(First showing on British television)

Contributors

Screenwriter: Lee Hutson
Story: Dan Curtis
Story: Lee Hutson
Producer/director: Dan Curtis
Ed Cooper: Dean Jones
Millie Cooper: Louise Sorel
Sarah Cooper: Katy Kurtzman
Daniel Cooper: Chris Petersen
Snow man: Geoffrey Lewis
Officer Boyle: Scott Brady
Red Doyle: Eric Shea
Mrs Najarian: Ronnie Claire Edwards
Mr Antonelli: Harris Yulin
Herman Grasser: Ben Piazza
Judge Wheeler: Henry Wilcoxon






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