Richard Gilliland


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VIDEO: The Legacy of Borbey House

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The Legacy of Borbey House
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 45:51
Aired: 10/3/1993

After moving into a mansion, Lawrence Baker is found dead with a stake through his chest. Some residents believe he's a vampire, but Jessica doesn't. watch

VIDEO: The Revel

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The Revel
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Length: 25:47
Aired: 6/4/1981

John-Boy goes to New York to pursue his writing career, and the Baldwin sisters plan a fancy dress ball -- but both plans go awry. watch

VIDEO: The Hostage

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The Hostage
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Length: 23:09:20
Aired: 5/28/1981

Mary Ellen interferes in the mountain tradition of promising young girls in marriage, and the frustrated groom retaliates by kidnapping Elizabeth. The Baldwins welcome their eccentric cousin Octavia. watch


The Waltons: Season 9
The Waltons
Star Kid
Review: Season 2, Episode 6

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Home Room
Home Room
Home Room
Home Room

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Year Title Description
2003 Home Room Movie, Actor - Mr. Cartwright
1998 Dogwatch Movie, Actor - Orlanski
1998 Star Kid Movie, Actor - Roland Griffith
1994 Winnetka Road TV Show Series, Actor - Jason
1989 Heartland TV Show Series, Actor - Tom Stafford

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Inside 24's Very Smart Move

Jean Smart wants to make a cheesy little movie called "All the Scenes I'd Really Like to See on 24."

"Wouldn't it be fun to find President Logan floating in the moat around the western White House?" jokes Smart, who plays Martha Logan, the show's unhinged first lady whose motto ought to be: Just Say Yes... to Prescription Medication. "Or — here's one! — we see Logan coming out of Martha's closet in a little Chanel dress with high heels!"

Smart and her presidential costar, Gregory Itzin, need to "fill in the blanks with our characters," she says, because 24's producers, eager to maintain dramatic tension, "don't want us to know a thing about where our characters came from or where the hell read more

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