China Beach


     Episode Guide compiled and copyright 1992 by Jerry Boyajian.

     Expanded from an episode guide started by Christopher Kribs and
     Jerry Boyajian.


     Revision history:

     V1.0: Included episode numbers, broadcast dates, and titles.

     V2.0: (August 1992)
           Reformatted to my current standard episode guide format.
           Added detailed cast and production credits.


Introduction


     The main body of this episode guide is broken into four sections,
     one for each season. Each section contains a broadcast schedule
     for that season, a list of the regular cast, recurring supporting
     cast, and production credits for the season, and then a page for
     each episode listing the episode number, title, writer(s), director,
     a brief synopsis, and the guest cast and some specific production
     credits for the episode. Following the main body of the guide are
     two appendices: the first an alphabetical list of the actors in
     the series, regular and guest, and what parts they played in which
     episodes, and the second an alphabetical list of the production
     crew, and what episodes they worked on.

     In the Broadcast Schedule, the episode numbers appear as both
     "x.y" and "z". "X" is the season number, "y" the episode number
     within the season, and "z" the whole episode number. I've tried
     to note repeat broadcasts and scheduled or unscheduled pre-emptions.
     These are incomplete, but I've listed as many as I know about.
     Air dates for the first three seasons were primarily determined
     via an electronic conference archive, in which many of the episodes
     were discussed in dated notes as they were broadcast on ABC, and
     secondarily taken from issues of TV GUIDE. Most of the fourth
     season dates were noted by me as the episodes were broadcast or
     were taken from TV GUIDE or from Frank Lovece's THE TELEVISION
     YEARBOOK. Other sources include Alex McNeil's TOTAL TELEVISION,
     and Tim Brooks & Earle Marsh's THE COMPLETE DIRECTORY TO PRIME
     TIME NETWORK TV SHOWS, 1946-PRESENT. When all other sources
     failed, I used the dates in the CHINA BEACH episode guide in
     EPI-LOG #14 (January 1992). As I don't put much stock in EPI-
     LOG's reliability, I've flagged these dates as "not confirmed".
     
     Most of the synopses were written by me, with some written by
     Christopher Kribs, and some a mixture of both.
     
     The cast and production credit listings are presented in the order
     in which the names appear on the screen, with the credit being
     listed as it appears on the screen. Character names or partial
     names that don't appear in the on-screen credits are enclosed in
     brackets. A blank line that appears within a "Guest Starring"
     listing for an episode or in the "Regular Production Credits"
     listing for a season indicate the split between those listed in
     the opening credits and those in the closing credits. The numbers
     in brackets towards the right for the season listings indicate
     which episodes the person in question appeared in or worked on.
     If no bracketed numbers appear, then the person in question appeared
     in or worked on all episodes for that season.

     The "Principal Cast" includes those and only those who are listed
     in the opening credits for the show. The "Recurring Supporting
     Cast" listing includes those recurring cast members not in the
     Principal Cast. It does not attempt to include all those characters
     who appear more than once, but those who appear three or more times
     and have a fairly significant or visible role.

     When a name has been misspelled in the credits, I've listed it as
     it appears in the credits and added "[sic]". In cases where a name
     is spelled two different ways, and I don't know which is correct,
     I've put "[sic]" after each one.

     CHINA BEACH


     Created by John Sacret Young and William Broyles, Jr.
     Produced by Sacret, Inc., in association with Warner Brothers
       Television

     Aired on the ABC network, Spring 1988 to Summer 1991.
     Currently airing in reruns on the Lifetime cable network.


     Theme Song: "Reflections" as originally performed by The Supremes


     Premise & Characters:

     CHINA BEACH follows the lives of the personnel of the 510th Evac
     Medical and R&R facility at China Beach, near Da Nang in the
     Republic of South Vietnam, primarily from 1967 to 1969. During
     the fourth season, the format of the show changed, focusing on
     how the various characters were in later years affected by their
     experiences in the Vietnam War. These episodes jumped around in
     time, but were mostly centered around the mid-80's and flashbacks
     to the War, but with occasional glimpses at other times in between.
     The main characters were as follows:

     Lieutenant (later Captain) Colleen McMurphy is, as the series opens,
     the Head Nurse at China Beach, and the principal focus of the series.
     She was an idealistic young nurse from Kansas who enlisted in the
     Army and volunteered for duty in Vietnam...and lived to regret it.

     Dr. Dick Richard (Captain, Army) was a gynecologist drafted for
     service as a combat surgeon. He maintained a stormy relationship
     with McMurphy throughout the series, both in the operating room
     and out.

     Karen Charlene Koloski, or "K.C.", is the stereotypical "hooker
     with a heart of gold", though in K.C.'s case, the gold is rather
     tarnished. K.C. has numerous contacts among the upper ranks of
     the services and the C.I.A., as well as the Black Market. By 1969,
     she'd quit her life of prostitution and moved to Bangkok where
     she opened up a nightclub.

     Corporal (USMC) Boonwell "Boonie" Lanier's official duties included
     being lifeguard at the beach and running the "Jet Set", China
     Beach's off-duty club. His unofficial duties included procuring
     whatever need to be procured. It was hinted in early episodes
     that he was an exceptional soldier who saved his squad during
     an especially hairy mission, and that after coming back from that
     mission, he couldn't bring himself to go back out into the bush.

     Sergeant (USMC) Evan "Dodger" Winslow is a super-competent soldier
     who chose to spend most of his time in the bush, not for glory,
     but to help keep as many other soldiers alive as he possibly could.
     A quiet sort, he generally kept to himself, befriending only a
     handful of people -- Boonie, McMurphy, and Cherry.

     Major (Army) Lila Garreu was a career Army woman, whose service
     stretched back to World War II, where she'd been stationed in
     London. She was, by default, Administrator at China Beach, a job
     she took very (almost too) seriously.

     Private (Army) Samuel Beckett was head of the Graves Registration
     Unit. He was a quiet, friendly man who got along well with the
     others at China Beach, though his position made him unpopular with
     most of the soldiers that passed through.

     Cherry White was a Red Cross volunteer, who was so innocent as to
     be unbelievable. But opposites attract, and among her best friends
     at China Beach were hooker K.C. and ace soldier Dodger, though she
     was well-liked by everyone. Cherry volunteered for Red Cross duty
     in Vietnam in an effort to find her older brother who disappeared
     while on tour there. She was killed during the 1968 Tet Offensive.

     Captain (USAF) Bartholomew "Natch" Austen was a "zoomie", a fighter
     pilot who carried on an affair with McMurphy for a while.

     Laurette Barber was a singer with the USO, who spent a brief time
     at China Beach before hitting the big time with a major USO show.

     Private (Army) Frances "Frankie" Bunsen was a young black woman
     who did mostly odd jobs during her tour at China Beach. For the
     bulk of her time there, she worked as a DJ for the Armed Services
     Network and in the Motor Pool.

     Airman (USAF) Wayloo Marie Holmes came to China Beach as a reporter 
     for the Armed Services Network to make a promotional documentary
     about the facility. She eventually left for a broadcast news job
     with ABC.

     Sergeant (Army) Bartholomew "Bub" Pepper, a.k.a. "Sarge", was the
     stereotypical career sergeant with experience coming out his ears,
     and a rather abrasive, and bigoted, personality (though in looks,
     he resembled a large teddy bear).

     Private (Army) Jeff Hyers was a young field medic who always seemed
     insufferably cheerful. He was shot and killed while on patrol in
     the bush.

     Holly Pellegrino, another insufferably cheerful person, was another
     Red Cross "donut dolly", whose duties mostly consisted of arranging
     various entertainment activities.

First Season

     

     Broadcast Schedule (all times Eastern):

     26 Apr 1988   Tue   9-11:00   1.0    0    "China Beach"
     27 Apr 1988   Wed  10-11:00   1.1    1    "Home"
     04 May 1988   Wed  10-11:00   1.2    2    "Hot Spell"
     11 May 1988   Wed  10-11:00   1.3    3    "Somewhere Over the Radio"
     18 May 1988   Wed  10-11:00   1.4    4    "Waiting for Beckett"
     25 May 1988 * Wed  pre-empted
     01 Jun 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   1.5    5    "Brothers"
     08 Jun 1988   Wed  10-11:00   1.6    6    "Chao Ong"

        * not confirmed

     Principal Cast:

     Dana Delany                          Colleen McMurphy
     Nan Woods                            Cherry White
     Michael Boatman                      Sam Beckett
     Marg Helgenberger                    K.C.
     Robert Picardo                       Dr. Dick Richard
     Tim Ryan                             Natch Austen
     Concetta Tomei                       Lila Garreau
     Brian Wimmer                         Boonie Lanier

     Special Guest Appearance by

     Chloe Webb                       as  Laurette Barber


     Recurring Supporting Cast:

     Bobby Hosea                          Sweetness            [0,1]
     Jeff Kober                           Dodger Winslow       [0,1,5]
     Marion Kodama Yue                    Kim                  [3-5]


     Regular Production Credits:

     Executive Consultant                 William Broyles, Jr.
     Co-Producer                          Geno Escarrega       [1-6]
     Supervising Producer                 Rod Holcomb          [1-6]
     Producer                             John Lugar           [1-6]

     Executive Producer                   John Sacret Young
     Associate Producer                   Geno Escarrega       [0]
     Story Editor                         Ann Donahue          [4-5]
     Director of Photography              Charles Minsky       [0]
     Director of Photography              John J. Connor       [1-6]
     Production Designed by               James William Newport
     Original Music by                    John Rubinstein      [0]
     Music by                             Paul Chihara         [1-6]
     [Main Title] Theme by                John Rubinstein      [1-6]
     Unit Production Manager              Brad Aronson         [0]
     Unit Production Manager              Fred Gerber          [4-6]
     Supervising Editor                   Christopher Nelson

     0    "China Beach"  [Pilot]

          Written by    John Sacret Young
          Directed by   Rod Holcomb


     Red Cross volunteer Cherry White and USO singer Laurette Barber
     arrive at China Beach and become acquainted with the residents
     there, one of whom, McMurphy, is getting ready to go home as her
     tour of duty comes to a close.


          Guest Starring:

              James Cromwell             [Ambassador Weymouth]
              Jeff Kober                 [Dodger]
              Bobby Hosea                [Sweetness]
              Christopher Allport        [Elliot Endicott]
              Gail O'Grady                Georgia Lee

          Co-Starring:

              Christopher Michael Moore   Dr. Dum
              Richard Green               Dr. Dee
              Rick Najera                 Dayglo
              Xuan Xanh Vo                Kim
              Joseph d'Angerio            Manny Hinklefarb
              Linda Hoy                   Nurse Beaverbrook
              Bradford Bancroft           Burned Soldier
              David H. Duensing           Giggling Grunt #1
              Geoffrey Thorne             Giggling Grunt #2
              Kimiko Hiroshige            Vietnamese Woman
              Robert Licea                Amputee
              Doug Warhit                 Hickenhopper
              Paul Elman                  G.I.


          Additional Production Credits:

              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
              First  Assistant Director   Tom Connors
              Second Assistant Director   James Turley
              Assistant Editors           Bill Lowe
                                          Dennis Wooley

     1    "Home"

          Written by    William Broyles, Jr.
          Directed by   Rod Holcomb

     Dewey, a day away from going home, is killed and Sweetness is
     critically injured by a grenade, and the pregnant Viet Cong
     woman responsible becomes a patient non grata at the China Beach
     facilities.


          Guest Starring:

              Bobby Hosea                [Sweetness]
              Jeff Kober                 [Dodger]

              Charles Cyphers             The General
              Elizabeth Lindsey           Viet Cong Nurse  [see note]
              Ned Vaughn                  Dewey            [see note]

          Co-Starring:

              Scott Harlan                Jean Claud
              Ken Wright                  The Aide

          Featuring:

              Jason Graae                 Music Soldier
              Patrick Johnston            Soldier
              Carlos Lacamara             Zapata
              Lisa LaCorte                Singing Nurse
              Page Leong                  Mai
              Thu Tran                    Mimi


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Tom Davies
              Second Assistant Director   Eric Jewett
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson



          Note: Both Elizabeth Lindsey and Ned Vaughn return in the
                second season to play different, regular characters.

     2    "Hot Spell"

          Written by    Susan Rhinehart
          Directed by   Beth Hillshafer


     An attack on China Beach finds McMurphy, K.C., Laurette, Cherry,
     and Lila seeking shelter in a bunker and swapping stories about
     the men in their lives.


          Guest Starring:

              George Kee Cheung           Phoung Kiet
              James W. Sudik              American Businessman

          Co-Starring:

              Michael K. Woods            Agnone

          Featuring:

              Estelle Bennett             Old Woman
              Franklin Chiu               Urchin
              David J. Partington         Colonel


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Sharon Mann
              Second Assistant Director   Rory Romero
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     3    "Somewhere Over the Radio"

          Written by    Ann Donahue
          Directed by   Rod Holcomb


     In an attempt to understand Boonie, Laurette volunteers to accompany
     Lila and Cherry on a mission into the highlands. When their chopper
     is shot down, they are rescued by a squad of G.I.'s supposedly being
     led by the legendary Capt. Osborne, the man whom Lila had come to meet.


          Guest Starring:

              David Marciano              Dee Jay
              Kenny Ransom                Banks

          Co-Starring:

              David Reynolds              Pilot #1
              Marion Kodama Yue           Kim

          Featuring:

              Scott Brittingham           Lt. in Radio Rm
              Tommy Morgan                Serviceman #1
              David Alan Novak            Clerk
              Chuck Tamburro              Pilot #2
              Terrance Vorwald            Operator #1


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Tom Davies
              Second Assistant Director   Eric Jewett
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen

     4    "Waiting for Beckett"

          Written by    Terry McDonell
          Directed by   Kevin Hooks


     A deserter makes friends with Cherry and claims to have information
     about her brother in order to get her help in staying AWOL.


          Guest Starring:

              Jonathan Perpich            Lt. Price
              Jay Pickett                 Cross
              Marion Kodama Yue           Kim

          Featuring:

              Real Andrews                Patient #3
              Edward Blanchard            Donnie
              Duane Edwards               Patient #1
              Dom Magwili                 Mr. Cat
              Jedd Matthieu               Radio Man
              Nancy Omi                   Bar Girl
              Debi Parker                 Bar Girl
              Andrew Rivas                Patient #2


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Tom Davies
              Second Assistant Director   Rory Romero
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     5    "Brothers"

          Written by    Susan Rhinehart & Carol Flint
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     Beckett joins the company of fellow black servicemen who preach
     "brother"hood only to find out that their favorite color is more
     green than black. Meanwhile, Dodger helps Cherry find her brother,
     though the reunion is far from joyful.


          Guest Starring:

              Jeff Kober                 [Dodger]

          Special Guest Star:

              Fredric Lehne               Rick White

          Guest Starring:

              J.J.                        Fluke
              Glenn E. Plummer            Omar

          Co-Starring:

              Marc Gilpin                 Sammy Coy
              Kevin Wixted                Sad Man

          Featuring:

              Ernest Harada               Fred Hirabayashi
              Elli MacLure                Den Mother
              Clay Wilcox                 Opium Smoker
              Marion Kodama Yue           Kim


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Eric Jewett
              Second Assistant Director   Rory Romero
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen

     6    "Chao Ong"

          Teleplay by   William Broyles, Jr.
          Story by      John Sacret Young & William Broyles, Jr.
          Directed by   Christopher Leitch


     When a celebrity USO tour arrives at China Beach, Laurette sees it
     as her chance to Make It Big. With the help of her friends she does,
     and leaves with the tour. In the meantime, McMurphy is put on
     suspension when a body disappears from the hospital.


          Guest Starring:

              Gail O'Grady                Georgia Lee

          Special Appearances by:

              Nancy Sinatra            as herself
              and
              Johnny Grant             as himself

          Co-Starring:

              Paul Ben-Victor             Lazaro
              Linda Hoy                   Nurse Beaverbrook
              Susan Krebs                 Nurse Danton

          Featuring:

              Sanford Clark               Commando #1
              David Cloud                 G.I. #2
              April Hong                  Orphan Girl
              Karen Huie                  Sister Thuan
              Aaron Lustig                Dr. Darrow
              John Mariano                Wakefield
              Sean Moloney                G.I. #1
              David Officer               G.I. #3
              Michael K. Woods            Mike Agnone


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Sharon Mann
              Second Assistant Director   Eric Jewett
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson

Second Season

     

     Broadcast Schedule

     30 Nov 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.1    7    "Lost & Found"
     07 Dec 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.2    8    "Lost & Found, Part II"
     14 Dec 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.3    9    "Limbo"
     21 Dec 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.4    10   "X-MAS CHNBCH VN '67"
     28 Dec 1988   Wed  
     04 Jan 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.5    11   "Women in White"
     11 Jan 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.6    12   "All About E.E.V."
     18 Jan 1988   Wed  
     25 Jan 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.7    13   "Tet '68"
     01 Feb 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.8    14   "Cherry"
     08 Feb 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.9    15   "Crossing the Great Water"
     15 Feb 1988   Wed  
     22 Feb 1988   Wed  
     01 Mar 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.10   16   "Psywars"
     08 Mar 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.11   17   "Where the Boys Are"
     15 Mar 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.12   18   "Vets"
     22 Mar 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.13   19   "Twilight"
     29 Mar 1988   Wed  
     05 Apr 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.14   20   "Afterburner"
     12 Apr 1988 * Wed  10-11:00   2.15   21   "Promised Land"
     19 Apr 1988   Wed  
     26 Apr 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.16   22   "The World"
     03 May 1988   Wed  10-11:00   2.17   23   "The World, Part II"

        * not confirmed

     Principal Cast:

     Dana Delany                          Colleen McMurphy
     Nan Woods                            Cherry White     [7-13]
     Michael Boatman                      Sam Beckett
     Nancy Giles                          Frankie Bunsen   [8-23]
     Marg Helgenberger                    K.C.
     Jeff Kober                           Dodger Winslow
     Robert Picardo                       Dr. Dick Richard
     Concetta Tomei                       Lila Garreau
     Brian Wimmer                         Boonie Lanier
     Megan Gallagher                      Wayloo Marie Holmes


     Recurring Supporting Cast:

     Marcia Magus                         Jody Kass        [8-11,15-16]
     Haunani Minn                         Hang             [9-12,14]
     Elizabeth Lindsey                    Mai              [10-11,13-17,21]


     Regular Production Credits:

     Executive Consultant                 William Broyles, Jr.
     Co-Producer                          Geno Escarrega
     Co-Producer                          Christopher Nelson
     Producer                             John Wells
     Supervising Producer                 Patricia Green

     Executive Producer                   John Sacret Young
     Coordinating Producer                Fred Gerber
     Production Consultant                Mimi Leder         [22]
     Executive Script Consultant          Lydia Woodward
     Story Editor                         Carol Flint
     Director of Photography              John J. Connor     [7-17,19-23]
     Production Designer                  Scott Ritenour     [7-9]
     Art Director                         Chas. Butcher      [10-17,19-23]
     Music by                             Paul Chihara
     Theme by                             John Rubinstein
     Unit Production Manager              Fred Gerber        [7-15,17-23]
     Unit Production Manager              Michael Katleman   [16]

     7    "Lost & Found"

          Written by    John Sacret Young and William Broyles, Jr.
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     An effort to both promote and clean up China Beach results in the
     arrival of Wayloo Marie Holmes and in K.C. being ordered to leave
     the base. Meanwhile, McMurphy sets herself up for a fall when she
     visits Da Nang in order to work out her relationship with Natch,
     and Dodger returns to Indian Country.


          Special Guest Star:

              Tim Ryan                   [Natch Austen]

          Guest Starring:

              Brian Smiar                 General Cunliffe
              J. Kenneth Campbell         Colonel Wadsworth

          Co-Starring:

              Annabelle Gurwitch         [Donut Dolly, brunette]
              Amy Michelson              [Donut Dolly, blonde (Karen)]

              "The Candettes"
                 Romona                  "Cinnamon"
                 Vivica Fox              "Toffee"
                 Kim Wayans              "Cameo"

          Featuring:

              Randy Reinholz              Moving Grunt
              Eamonn Roche                Alvin


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega

     8    "Lost & Found, Part II"

          Written by    John Sacret Young and William Broyles, Jr.
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     Frankie Bunsen arrives at China Beach, K.C. gets ready to leave,
     and McMurphy gets a double dose of grief when Natch becomes M.I.A.
     and Dodger returns from patrol almost D.O.A.


          Guest Starring:

              Brian Smiar                 General Cunliffe

          Co-Starring:

              Annabelle Gurwitch         [Donut Dolly, brunette]
              Amy Michelson              [Donut Dolly, blonde (Karen)]

              "The Candettes"
                 Romona                  "Cinnamon"
                 Vivica Fox              "Toffee"
                 Kim Wayans              "Cameo"

              Jana Marie Hupp             Maggie Austin

          Featuring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Bruce Beatty                Technician


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson
                                          Erwin Dumbrille
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega

     9    "Limbo"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Dan Lerner


     Lila goes on a hunt for "Karen Koloski" among the service personnel
     in order to deliver some bad news, not realizing that the object of
     her search is actually K.C.  Meanwhile, smuggled crates of penicillan
     create a shortage of the antibiotic at China Beach, which could be
     fatal to Dodger.


          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Co-Starring:

              Amy Michelson               Karen
              
          Featuring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Richie Allan                Cigar Sarge
              Mario Gardner               Medic
              James Oden Hatch            Ward Master
              Francine Nguyen             Vietnamese Mother
              Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad    Villager


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Debra [sic] Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen

     10   "X-MAS CHNBCH VN '67"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   Mimi Leder


     'Tis the season to be jolly, but there is no joy at China Beach.
     While most of the staff is on leave, those who are left become
     deluged with casulties, both military and civilian, and including
     a machine gun-toting St. Nick.


          Special Guest Star:

              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai  [see note]

          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Co-Starring:

              Ken Abraham                 Marine
              Stefan Kalinka              Cohen
              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Skip Stellrecht             Cooper
              Cameron Thor                Chaplain
              Willie Walton               Willy

          Featuring:

              O. LaRon Clark              Grunt
              Benjamin Cleaveland         Kid
              Marvin Elkins               Santa Claus
              Lee Mary Weilnau            Nun


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Randy Jon Morgan



          Note: Elizabeth Lindsey previously appeared in the first
                episode as a Viet Cong nurse.

     11   "Women in White"

          Written by    Patricia Green
          Directed by   Sharron Miller


     Dodger is paralyzed from a shell fragment lodged near his spine, and
     a visiting neurosurgeon is his only chance for recovery. Meanwhile,
     Wayloo films a documentary on the women of China Beach.


          Starring:

              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

          Special Guest Star:

              Robin Strasser             [Dr. Joan Friedman]

          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Co-Starring:

              Dennis Bailey               Major Buford  [see note]
              Dean Fortunato              Bo
              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass

          Featuring:

              Tony Colitti                Cameraman
              Lawrence Kennedy            Corpsman
              Bodie Plecas                D.J.


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen



          Note: While the credit reads "Major Buford", the character is
                referred to and addressed as "Captain" in this and other
                episodes.

     12   "All About E.E.V."

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Peter Medak


     The lives of Lila, Wayloo, and K.C. get disrupted when a mysterious
     colonel literally drops in. And Frankie takes the limelight at the
     urging of a G.I. who imagines himself to be Chuck Berry.

          "So, what's it all about? Men, women, love, sex.
           Wishes out of reach; status quo at China Beach.
           A tale of three women, their ambitions clear.
           But don't bother with dreams unless they're sincere.
           Only one got nestled all snug in her bed.
           She did have potential just like the man said."


          Special Guest Star:

              Dennis Farina              [Lt. Col. Edward Edward Vincent]

          Guest Starring:

              Steve Baldwin               Chuck Berry
              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Featuring:

              Phillip Hyland              Tuggle
              Richard Vidan               Driscoll


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     13   "Tet '68"

          Teleplay by   Susan Rhinehart and John Wells
          Story by      Susan Rhinehart
          Directed by   Steven Dubin


     The night of the infamous Tet Offensive finds Beckett a prisoner
     of Mai's V.C. brother, McMurphy locked in a dining room with a
     K.C. who's going through drug withdrawal, Dr. Richard defending
     the hospital with an unusually talkative Dodger, and Cherry and
     a fellow donut dolly trapped under fire at Firebase Geronimo.


          [Starring:]

              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

          Guest Starring:

              Meegan Lee Ochs             Jacy

          Co-Starring:

              Andrew-Huy Nguyen           Tran
              Jeris Lee Poindexter        Sergeant
              Guy Killum                  Bingo
              Thomas Mills Wood           Larry Fitzkee

          Featuring:

              Tony Colitti                Cameraman
              Rick Marzan                 Santos
              Michael J. Montes           Corporal
              Francine Nguyen             Grandma
              Brogan Roche                Aide
              Thang Van Tran              ARVN


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Randy Jon Morgan



          Note: The following appeared at the end of the episode:

                    "Three Red Cross women, eight military
                     women, and an unknown number of American
                     civilian women died in Vietnam."

     14   "Cherry"

          Written by    Susan Rhinehart
          Directed by   Mimi Leder


     A reluctant K.C. agrees to escort Cherry's body back to Iowa, but
     Cherry's brother Rick tempts her to instead sell him her passport
     in exchange for heroin.


          [Starring:]

              Fredric Lehne               Rick White
              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Co-Starring:

              Dennis Bailey               Major Buford  [see note 2]


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen
                                          Erwin Dumbrille



          Note 1: Nan Woods does an uncredited voice-over in this episode.

          Note 2: While the credit reads "Major Buford", the character
                  is referred to and addressed as "Captain" in this and
                  other episodes.

     15   "Crossing the Great Water"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Mimi Leder


     Dr. Richard confronts his limitations when he finds himself doctoring
     some local villagers, after receiving divorce papers from his wife;
     McMurphy must confront the fact that Dodger doesn't want to go back
     to "the world"; and Beckett and Mai find themselves growing closer.


          [Starring:]

              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

          Guest Starring:

              Perry Lang                  Lt. Commander Frederick Emmanuel

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Lee Mary Weilnau            Sister

          Featuring:

              Jeff Anthony                G.I. #1
              Caroline [sic] Ho           Lien
              Marcus King                 PFC/Grunt
              Gunnar Peterson             Grunt
              Larron Tate                 G.I. #2


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
                                        & Jacque Toberen

     16   "Psywars"

          Written by    Glen Merzer
          Directed by   Fred Gerber


     McMurphy is on a short fuse when an Army psychiatrist comes to
     China Beach to gather material for a research project on stress
     in non-combatants, and irritates her with the manner in which he
     pushes some of the grunts back out into combat. But it proves
     to be all wrapped up in her coming to terms with Natch's fate.


          Guest Starring:

              Kevin Scannell              Dr. Crocker
              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

              Mykel T. Williamson         Rousseau
              Bill Calvert                Campbell
              Tom Wright                  Sgt. Morgan

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Patrick Massett             Waco

          Featuring:

              Heather Jane MacDonald      Duty Nurse
              James Marshall              Grunt [later named Kanaski]


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen
                                          Erwin Dumbrille

     17   "Where the Boys Are"

          Written by    Alan Brennert
          Directed by   Michael Rhodes


     McMurphy, overworking herself to exhaustion, is forced to take
     R&R until she's had enough rest, and she finds herself up against
     the unrelentingly good-natured Jeff Hyers. Disturbed by the fact
     that so many of the men killed in action weren't old enough to
     have attended their senior prom, she inspires Boonie to put one
     on for the folks at China Beach. And Wayloo's pursuit of Boonie's
     story results in an unforeseen, and unfortunate, consequence.


          Guest Starring:

              Ned Vaughn                  Jeff Hyers  [see note]
              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

              Marco Rodriguez             Ray

          Co-Starring:

              Fred Alwag                  Filipino Musician #1
              Teresa Crespo               Filipino Musician #2
              Andrew Van Dusen            Soldier #1

          Featuring:

              Steven B. Davis             Soldier #3
              Patrick Young O'Neil        C.O.
              Brian Wesley Thomas         Soldier #2


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
                                          Jacque Toberen
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega



          Note: Ned Vaughn previously appeared in the first episode
                as Dewey; as Jeff Hyers, he becomes a series regular
                for the first half of the third season.

     18   "Vets"

          Continuity by John Wells & John Sacret Young
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     Scenes from previous episodes illustrate anecdotes told in interviews
     with people who served in Viet Nam.


          Vietnam Veterans:

              Lily Lee Adams
              Elizabeth A. Allen              Nurse  12th Evac  Cu Chi
              Jeanne "Sam" Bokina Christie    Red Cross
              Nellie Harness Coakley          Nurse  7th Surgical Hospital
              Tom Coakley
              Diane Carlson Evans             Nurse  71st Evac  Pleiku
              Karole Graham
            * Jeff Hiers
              Jerry L. Huff
            * Betsy Jackson                   Nurse  NSA Hospital  Pleiku
              Karen Psimadis Johnson
              Patty Hooper Jump               "Sho-Lettes" Singing Tour
              Jurate Kazickas                 Civilian Photojournalist
            * Beth Ertz Lee
              Larry "Woody" Martin
              Sharon Vander Ven McGlothlin    Red Cross  Cu Chi
              Brenda Owen Meadows             "Sho-Lettes" Singing Tour
              Sharon Freer Minard             "Sho-Lettes" Singing Tour
              Chris Noel                      Armed Forces Radio
              Linda Hallenbeck Pelegrino      Red Cross  Cam Ranh Bay
              Kathy Ruhl                      USO
              Christine McGinley Schneider    Nurse  95th Evac  Da Nang
            * Bill "Ziggy" Siegesmund         Army  China Beach  Bar Manager
              Sharyn Hillyer Simons           USO Tour
                [spelled "Sharon" in credits]
            * Peter Singer, M.D.
              John Wagner
              Hao "Charlie" Wagner
              George Wallace                  Army  173rd Infantry Airborne
              Georgia Peat West               "Sho-Lettes" Singing Tour
              Francis Whitebird
              John Whitley, M.D.              95th Evac  Da Nang
              Bev Gasper Willison
            * Jan Wyatt                       Nurse  71st Evac  Pleiku
              Robert W. Young


          Additional Production Credits:

              Special Interview
              Sequences Photographed by   Vilmos Zsigmond
              Editor                      Randy Morgan
              Assistant Editors           Amy Shorr
                                          Joe Guresky
              First  Assistant Director   K.C. Colwell
              First  Assistant Director   Stephen Dunn
              Second Assistant Director   George Parra

          Note 1: The asterisks indicate those who have served as a
                  Technical Advisor for the series. Also note that
                  some of these names (or variations of them) were
                  used for characters in the series.

          Note 2: The job titles listed for the vets come from the
                  on-screen legend as each was interviewed. Those
                  without such were listed in the closing credits,
                  but their interviews were not in the final cut.

          Note 3: See also the third season episode "Souvenirs" (#36),
                  which featured more interviews with actual Vietnam
                  veterans.

          Note 3: It had been announced that an expanded version of
                  this episode may be put together as a two-hour
                  special for the Lifetime network, but no further
                  information is known at the present time.

     19   "Twilight"

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Michael Fresco


     Boonie's story comes out as Wayloo presses to get him awarded a
     medal for bravery. Unfortunately, it also brings out a board of
     inquiry into what really went on in the bush: a covert operation
     into Laos, headed by a CIA man whose indiscriminate slaughter of
     locals prompted Boonie into a rash action.


          [Starring:]

              Bobby Hosea                 Sweetness

          Special Guest Star:

              Kevin McCarthy              Congressman Holmes

          Guest Starring:

              Fred Dalton Thompson        Lt. Col. Reinhardt
              Steven Anderson             Major Dector
              Tom Irwin                   Bellows

          Co-Starring:

              Kevin Sifuentes             Whiplash

          Featuring:

              Tom Patton                  M.P.
              Tuyet Doan                  Vietnamese Woman


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen
                                          Erwin Dumbrille

     20   "Afterburner"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Christopher Leitch


     Boonie's been replaced as manager of the Jet Set by a pot-skimming
     sergeant connected with a less-than-legal local entepreneur whom
     K.C. used to work for. Meanwhile, Lila offers to arrange the
     shipping home of a G.I.'s "stuff", not realizing that one of the
     items is a wild leopard cub. And after McMurphy's finally managed
     to deal with the death of Natch, he shows up alive after having
     escaped from the Viet Cong.


          Guest Starring:

              Yorgo Voyagis               Turner                

          Special Guest Star:

              Tim Ryan                    Natch Austen

          Guest Starring:

              Jack Blessing               Masters
              Pat Skipper                 Morrison

          Co-Starring:

              Reed Rudy                   Montana

          Featuring:

              Leigh C. Kim                Priest


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Randy Morgan
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega

     21   "Promised Land"

          Written by    Patricia Green
          Directed by   Michael Rhodes


     Beckett's tour of duty is up, but he finds it difficult to leave
     Mai behind in Vietnam. And racial violence breaks out in camp
     after news comes of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.


          Guest Starring:

              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai
              Mykel T. Williamson         Rousseau
              Richard Tyson               Whitlow

              John Marshall Jones Jr.     Fluke
              Bill Allen                  Blevins
              Aaron Seville               Steele

          Co-Starring:

              Vince Grant                 Dunne
              Patrick James               Massio
              Jon Matthews                Beemer

          Featuring:

              Lawrence A. Mandley         M.P.
              Michael Wong                Peddler


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
                                          Jacque Toberen
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega

     22   "The World"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     Wayloo says good-bye as she heads off for a newscasting job in
     New York, while McMurphy goes home on emergency leave when her
     father suffers a heart attack.


          Guest Starring:

              Penny Fuller                Mom McMurphy
              John Laughlin               Brendan McMurphy
              Donald Moffat               Dad

              Kevin Geer                  Brian McMurphy
              Harold Russell              Uncle Conal

          Co-Starring:

              Jim Doughan                 Resident
              Pat O'Bryan                 Connor McMurphy
              David Sherrill              Gunner
              Dana Stevens                Nurse

          Featuring:

              Jami Lynne [sic] Grenham    Jenny
              Jason Keene                 Danny McMurphy


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberen
                                          Erwin Dumbrille
                                          Randy Morgan
              Second Unit Director        Geno Escarrega



          Note: Future series regular Troy Evans makes an uncredited
                appearance as the Air Force sergeant greeting the
                returnees at the airport.

     23   "The World, Part II"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   John Sacret Young


     After her father's funeral, McMurphy, finds the decision to go
     back to Vietnam very hard, and instead goes to visit a colleague
     who's now working with limbless vets in an Army hospital.


          Guest Starring:

              Kathy Bates                 Jan [Wyatt]
              Penny Fuller                Mom McMurphy
              John Laughlin               Brendan McMurphy

              Jodie Markell               Pam Klinger
              Megan Mullally              Cindy
              Kevin Geer                  Brian O'Connor [sic]
              Linden Ashby                Phillip
              Dennis Drake                Paul
              Grand L. Bush               Mac
              Neil Gray Giuntoli          Mike
              Harold Russell              Uncle Conal

          Co-Starring:

              James Marshall              Kanaski (G.I.)
              Charles Noland              NCO #2
              Pat O'Bryan                 Connor McMurphy

          Featuring:

              William Flatley             Priest
              Jami Lynn [sic] Grenham     Jenny
              DeWayne Lyons               Soldier
              Douglas Mehlberg            Jerry


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Edited by                   Randy Morgan
                                          Erwin Dumbrille
                                          Jacque Toberen
              Assistant Film Editors      Kurt Galvao
                                          Michael Hall
                                          Amy Shorr



          Note: The character of Jan Wyatt, here played by Oscar-winner
                (for MISERY) Kathy Bates, reappears in a third and
                fourth season episode, but played by someone else. The
                real Jan Wyatt served as a Technical Advisor for the
                series, and was one of the interviewees in "Vets".

Third Season


     Broadcast Schedule

     20 Sep 1989   Wed  10-11:00   3.1    24   "The Unquiet Earth"
     27 Sep 1989   Wed  10-11:00   3.2    25   "Skin Deep"
     04 Oct 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.3    26   "Dear China Beach"
     11 Oct 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.4    27   "Who's Happy Now?"
     25 Oct 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.5    28   "Independence Day"
     08 Nov 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.6    29   "Ghosts"
     15 Nov 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.7    30   "With a Little Help
                                                    from My Friends"
     22 Nov 1989   Wed  10-11:00   3.8    31   "China Men"
     29 Nov 1989   Wed  10-11:00   3.9    32   "How to Stay Alive
                                                    in Vietnam, Part I"
     06 Dec 1989   Wed  10-11:00   3.10   33   "How to Stay Alive
                                                    in Vietnam, Part II"
     13 Dec 1989 * Wed  10-11:00   3.1    24r
     20 Dec 1989   Wed  pre-empted
     27 Dec 1989   Wed  pre-empted
     03 Jan 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.11   34   "Magic"
     10 Jan 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.12   35   "Nightfall"
     17 Jan 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.13   36   "Souvenirs"
     24 Jan 1990   Wed  pre-empted
     31 Jan 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.14   37   "Holly's Choice"
     07 Feb 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.15   38   "A Rumor of Peace"
     14 Feb 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.16   39   "Warriors"
     21 Feb 1990   Wed  pre-empted
     28 Feb 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.17   40   "The Thanks of a
                                                    Grateful Nation"
     07 Mar 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.2    25r
     14 Mar 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.18   41   "Skylark"
     21 Mar 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.19   42   "Phoenix"

     on hiatus

     16 Apr 1990   Mon   9-10:00   3.20   43   "F.N.G."
     23 Apr 1990   Mon   9-10:00   3.21   44   "The Gift"
     30 Apr 1990   Mon   9-10:00   3.22   45   "Strange Brew"

     on hiatus

     04 Jul 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.5    28r
     11 Jul 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.3    26r
     18 Jul 1990   Wed  pre-empted
     25 Jul 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.6    29r
     01 Aug 1990   Wed  10-11:00   3.7    30r
     08 Aug 1990   Wed  pre-empted; series moved to Saturday
     11 Aug 1990   Sat   9-10:00   3.11   34r
     18 Aug 1990   Sat   9-10:00   3.12   35r
     25 Aug 1990   Sat   9-10:00   3.13   36r
     01 Sep 1990   Sat   9-10:00   3.17   40r

        * not confirmed

     Principal Cast:

     Dana Delany                          Colleen McMurphy
     Michael Boatman                      Sam Beckett
     Nancy Giles                          Frankie Bunsen
     Jeff Kober                           Dodger Winslow
     Robert Picardo                       Dr. Dick Richard
     Concetta Tomei                       Lila Garreau
     Ned Vaughn                           Jeff Hyers         [24-33]
     Brian Wimmer                         Boonie Lanier
     Marg Helgenberger                    K.C.


     Recurring Supporting Cast:

     Ricki Lake                           Holly Pellegrino
                                              [25-26,28-32,34,37-38,41-42,45]
     Derek de Lint                        Dr. Gerard Bernard [24,26-31,33-34]
     Tom Sizemore                         Vinnie Ventresca   [28-31,34,39]
     Dorian Harewood                      Major Melvin Otis  [33-35]
     Troy Evans                           Sarge Pepper
                                                 [25,27-28,32-35,38-39,41,44]
     Marcia Magus                         Nurse Jody Kass
                                                 [25-27,30-31,37,39,44]
     Haunani Minn                         Hang   [28-30]
     Robert LaSardo                       Jesus "Answer Man" Zapata
                                                 [32-33,38-39,41]

     Regular Production Credits:

     Executive Consultant                 William Broyles, Jr.
     Co-Producer                          Fred Gerber          [24-26]
     Co-Producer                          Geno Escarrega       [24-28]
     Producer                             Geno Escarrega       [29-45]
     Producer                             Fred Gerber          [27-45]
     Producer                             Mimi Leder
     Supervising Producer                 Georgia Jeffries     [24-44]
     Supervising Producer                 John Wells

     Executive Producer                   John Sacret Young
     Associate Producer                   Barbara Marshall     [45]
     Executive Script Consultant          Lydia Woodward
     Executive Story Editor               Carol Flint
     Story Editor                         Josef Anderson
     Photographed by                      Richard Thorpe
                                             [24-25,29,31-33,36,38,40-41,43]
     Director of Photography              Francis Grumman
                                             [26-28,30,34-35,37,39,42,44-45]
     Production Designer                  Stephen Myles Berger [24-37]
     Art Director                         Joe Wood             [38-45]
     Music by                             Paul Chihara
                                             [24-32,34-36,39-41,44-45]
     Music by                             Shirley Walker    [33,42-43]
     Music by                             Nathan Wang and Geno Escarrega
                                                               [37-38]
     Theme by                             John Rubinstein
     Unit Production Manager              Fred Gerber
                                             [24-26,28-31,33-40,42-45]
     Unit Production Manager              Paul Marks        [27,32,41]
     Supervising Editor                   Randy Jon Morgan  [24,26-35,37-44]

     24   "The Unquiet Earth"

          Written by    Alan Brennert
          Directed by   Michael Rhodes

     McMurphy and K.C. are captured by the Viet Cong, and ordered to
     perform surgery on their critically wounded commander.


          Special Guest Star:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]

          Guest Starring:

              Liem Whatley                Tran

          Featuring:

              Catherine Ai                V.C. Woman
              Jim Jarrett                 Lt. Lackey
              Tai Thai                    V.C. Guard
              Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad    Cadre Leader
              Vince Vaughn                Driver


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Robert P. Cohen
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Susan Browdy

     25   "Skin Deep"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

     Miss America backs out of a scheduled appearance at China Beach,
     so new donut dolly Holly Pellegrino organizes a Miss China Beach
     pageant, while McMurphy hires K.C. to boost the morale of a G.I.
     whose face has been disfigured.


          Special Guest Star:

              Ricki Lake                  Holly

          Guest Starring:

              Troy Evans                  Sarge Pepper
              Carlos Gomez                Gaspar

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Kimber Sissons              Miss High Fever

          Featuring:

              Jimi Bridges, Jr.           3rd Patient
              David Pesko                 2nd Patient
              Dex Sanders                 Private
              Richard Weygint             Short PFC [Graphia]
              Jamie Younger               1st Patient


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Robert P. Cohen
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Randy Jon Morgan

     26   "Dear China Beach"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   Michael Rhodes

     A young Vietnamese girl delivers an Amerasian infant to Dodger,
     saying that it's his son; McMurphy is laid up with dysentery; and
     Holly tries to get the Beachers to answer mail from a seventh-
     grade class in Colorado.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                  Sister [Phuong]  [see note]

          Co-Starring:

              Roger Hewlett               L.R.R.P.
              Carolyn [sic] Ho            Vietnamese Girl
              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              My-Ngoc Tran                Nun

          Featuring:

              Marco Assante               Matheson
              Garvin Funches              Kid #2
              Shawn Levy                  Lieutenant
              Kara Sachs                  Dolly


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille



          Note 1: Kieu Chinh appears in several fourth season episodes
                  as Trieu Au, K.C.'s daughter's nanny.

          Note 2: In this episode, Boonie agrees to tell Dodger his
                  middle name in exchange for Dodger telling him his
                  first name. Dodger says his name is "Delbert", but
                  later says "Maybe. Maybe not." In later episodes,
                  though, he's always referred to as "Evan". Boonie
                  reveals that his middle name is actually "Shirley",
                  an old family name.

     27   "Who's Happy Now?"

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Fred Gerber

     Black humor takes the form of a colonel who dies in the company
     of K.C., who engages Boonie and Hyers to discreetly dispose of
     the body. And Dr. Bernard starts showing interest in McMurphy.


          Special Guest Star:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]

          Guest Starring:

              Troy Evans                  Sarge Pepper

              Tom Hodges                  Corporal Nichols
              R. Lee Ermey                Col. Buster Darling

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Robert P. Cohen
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     28   "Independence Day"

          Written by    Susan Rhinehart
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

     China Beach celebrates a rainy Fourth of July as McMurphy attracts
     the attentions of new arrival Vinnie Ventresca while Dr. Bernard
     pursues a romance with her.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Troy Evans                  Sarge Pepper
              Haunani Minn                Hang
              Elizabeth Sung              Roxanne

          Co-Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                  Sister [Phuong]
              J.P. Dizon                  Etienne
              Lily Mariye                 Servant

          Featuring:

              Kyle Chandler               Grunt
              Dawn Cleveland              Aurore-Sai
              V.C. DuPree                 America
              David Newsom                Kid


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     29   "Ghosts"

          Written by    Toni Graphia
          Directed by   Michael Fresco

     Dodger tells a campfire ghost story, while the spectres of
     relationships past, present, and future haunt the folks of
     China Beach: K.C. and her father, Beckett and Mai, McMurphy
     and Dr. Bernard, Dodger and his infant son, and Dr. Richard
     and his wife, who's remarrying back home.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang
              Elizabeth Lindsey           Mai

          Featuring:

              David Youse                 Grunt


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Susan Browdy

     30   "With a Little Help from My Friends"

          Written by    Josef Anderson & Carol Flint
          Directed by   Michael Toshiyuki Uno

     Holly's friendship with Hang grows stronger, but circumstantial
     evidence points to Hang having connections to the Viet Cong,
     especially after some mishaps, one of which injures Frankie.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Haunani Minn                Hang

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Kass
              Jean Pierre Nguyen          Man with a Basket
              Mitch Pileggi               E.O.D. Sgt. [Ortin]
              T. E. Russell               Soldier

          Featuring:

              Nhan Dai Duong              ARVN Soldier #2
              Vu Nguyen                   Boy
              Thu Thuy                    Mother
              Kady Tran                   Vietnamese Woman #1
              My-Ngoc Tran                Vietnamese Woman #2
              Thang Van Tran              ARVN Lieutenant
              Tom Tran                    ARVN Soldier #1


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     31   "China Men"

          Written by    Josef Anderson
          Directed by   David Burton Morris

     Hyers freezes in battle, causing a rift between him and Dodger;
     McMurphy becomes vulnerable to Vinnie's charms after having a
     miserable dinner with Dr. Bernard and some of his friends; and
     Boonie becomes taken with a singer who's not what she appears to be.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Thomas Haden Church         Jack Daniels

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Kass
              Elsie Sniffen               Pei

          Featuring:

              J. Marvin Campbell          Lieutenant
              Clark Corkum                M.P.
              Lydie Denier                Danielle
              J.P. Dizon                  Etienne
              Endre Hules                 Younger Male Guest
              Blas Lorenzo                Band Leader
              Gil Mandelik                Older Male Guest
              Barbara Sohmers             Older Woman Guest


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Susan Browdy

     32   "How to Stay Alive in Vietnam, Part I"

          Written by    Georgia Jeffries
          Directed by   Fred Gerber

     Dodger is not pleased with the addition to two new people to his
     latest patrol: Beckett, who wants to find out just what it is that
     "his men" experience out in the bush, and a female journalist who
     wants a story. Interspersed with this story are anecdotes told by
     the China Beach regulars, including Sarge's rules for how to stay
     alive in Vietnam.


          Special Guest Star:

              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          And Special Appearance by:

              Dr. Haing S. Ngor          [Seak Yin]

          Guest Starring:

              Lisa Banes                  Cat Von Seeger
              Troy Evans                  Sarge          [see note]

          Co-Starring:

              Robert LaSardo              Answer Man
              Paul Force                  Grunt #1
              Vonte Sweet                 Grunt #2


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Arthur Anderson
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Leslie Troy Gaulin



          Note 1: The following message appears at the end of the episode:

                  "During the Vietnam War 402 American medics
                   were killed in the service of their country."

          Note 2: The closing credits carry the following remark:

                  "Sarge's DOG MAN story used by permission
                   of Troy Evans."

	    Sarge's Rules For How To Stay Alive In Vietnam


	"Great thing about the military: even though you know that
	they know that nobody knows what the hell they're doing,
	everybody pretends that that ain't so."   [Sarge Pepper]


	Rule #1:  Try to look unimportant. They might be low on ammo.

	Rule #2:  All five-second grenade fuses are three seconds.

	Rule #3:  Never share a foxhole with anyone who is braver than
	          you are.

	Rule #4:  Friendly fire...isn't.

	Rule #5:  Remember that all your equipment was made by the lowest
	          bidder.

	Rule #6:  When you've secured an area, don't forget to tell the
	          enemy. They may have other plans.

	Rule #7:  Anything you do can get you shot, including doing nothing.

	Rule #8:  Teamwork is essential. It gives them other people to
	          shoot at.

	Rule #9:  Expect the unexpected, but remember you can't depend
                  on it.

	Rule #10: You are not Superman, but sometimes imagining that you
                  are is the only thing that saves you. On the other hand,
                  it can also kill you.

	Rule #11: Do what you have to do.

     33   "How to Stay Alive in Vietnam, Part II"

          Written by    Georgia Jeffries
          Directed by   Steven Dubin

     McMurphy befriends a Cambodian who'd been pressed into service by
     the Viet Cong but had defected to the South, and tries to intervene
     when he's accused of betraying an ARVN force to the V.C. And to
     Lila's dismay, a new officer arrives to take command of China Beach.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Dorian Harewood            [Major Otis]

          And Special Appearance by:

              Dr. Haing S. Ngor          [Seak Yin]

          Guest Starring:

              Lisa Banes                  Cat Von Seeger
              Troy Evans                  Sarge

          Co-Starring:

              Robert LaSardo              Answer Man
              Francine Nguyen             Grandmother
              Le Tuan                     ARVN Commander

          Featuring:

              Phuong Hang                 Vietnamese Girl
              Dennis Phun                 ARVN Soldier


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Leslie Troy Gaulin

     34   "Magic"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

     McMurphy unhappily finds herself caught in a love triangle with
     Dr. Bernard and Vinnie; Holly and Boonie grow closer; K.C. and
     Major Otis both get an unpleasant suprise; and the circus comes
     to town.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Derek de Lint              [Dr. Bernard]
              Dorian Harewood            [Major Otis]
              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Troy Evans                  Sarge

          Co-Starring:

              Erik Fredriksen             Colonel
              Roger Hewlett               G.I. #2
              Ramsay Midwood              G.I. #1

          Featuring:

              Lydie Denier                Danielle
              Chantara Nop                Troubadour


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
              Assistant Editor            Michael Hall



          Note: The CHINA BEACH episode guide in EPI-LOG #14 gave this
                episode's title as "All Is Not Fair in Love and War".
                This may have been the working title.

     35   "Nightfall"

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Christopher Leitch
                              
     A Vietnamese prostitute is murdered, and K.C. tries to get Major
     Otis to investigate. He gives her the runaround, so she tries to
     find the truth herself, including why Otis wants to bury it.


          Special Guest Star:

              Dorian Harewood            [Major Otis]

          Guest Starring:

              Troy Evans                  Sarge
              Nobu McCarthy               Madame Lai

          Co-Starring:

              Catherine Ai                Nhung
              Lily Pitton                 Lien

          Featuring:

              Michael Cannizzo            G.I.
              Wynn Hollingsworth          Colonel


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     36   "Souvenirs"

          Written by    John Sacret Young
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

     Dodger decides it's time to go home and take his son with him. But
     he finds the red tape almost impossible to wade through, and gets
     K.C.'s help in finding a short-cut. Interspersed with this are
     anecdotes told by actual Vietnam vets.


          Guest Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                  Sister Phuong

          Co-Starring:

              Adele Baughn                Sparkle
              Anadel Baughn               Sizzle
              Lanei Chapman               Glitter
              Brian Fong                  Vietnamese Official
              Tony Monte                  U.S. Clerk

          Vietnam Veterans:
                                     
              Elizabeth A. Allen              Nurse  12th Evac  Cu Chi
              Nellie Harness Coakley          Nurse  7th Surgical Hospital
              Tom Coakley                     1st Infantry Division
              Karen Psimadis Johnson          Army Journalist
              Patty Hooper Jump
              Jurate Kazickas                 Civilian Photojournalist
              Brenda Owen Meadows
              Sharon Freer Minard
              Linda Hallenbeck Pelegrino      Red Cross  Cam Ranh Bay
              Kathy Ruhl                      USO
              Bill "Ziggy" Siegesmund         Army  China Beach  Bar Manager
              Sharyn Hillyer Simons           USO Tour
                [spelled "Sharon" in credits]
              Hao T. (Charlie) Wagner
              John R. Wagner                  Army Corps of Engineers
              Georgia Peat West
              Robert W. Young                 AFVN Television  Saigon

          Additional Production Credits:

              Special Interview
              Sequences Photographed by   Vilmos Zsigmond
              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Randy Jon Morgan
              Assistant Editor            Amy Shorr



          Note 1: The job titles listed for the vets come from the
                  on-screen legend as each was interviewed. Those
                  without such titles were listed in the closing
                  credits, but their interviews were not used in the
                  final cut.

          Note 2: See also the second season episode "Vets" (#18),
                  which featured more interviews with actual Vietnam
                  veterans.

     37   "Holly's Choice"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Christopher Leitch

     Holly discovers she's pregnant, and faces the difficult choice of
     whether to have the baby or abort it. Her final decision proves not
     to be a popular one.


          Special Guest Star:

              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              James Hong                  Bac Si
              Edward Blanchard            Zimmer
              Mary Tanner                 Bev

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Kass
              Lexie Bigham                Afro
              John K. Linton              Pooh

          Featuring:

              Philip McNiven              Wiseguy
              T.E. Russell                M.P.
              April Tran                  Man
              Lee Mary Weilnau            Woman


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Leslie Troy Gaulin
              Assistant Editor            Kurt Galvao



          Note: This episode runs backwards in time, so that it starts
                with the aftereffects of Holly's decision, and ends
                with her meeting the prospective father.

     38   "A Rumor of Peace"

          Written by    Josef Anderson
          Directed by   Neema Barnette

     Frankie and Beckett decide to play a practical joke while making a
     pirate radio broadcast, and are horrified to see it get totally out
     of control.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Troy Evans                 [Sarge]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Robert LaSardo              Answer Man

          Co-Starring:

              Carlos Cervantes            Richard Chacon

          Featuring:

              David Youse                 Grunt


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     39   "Warriors"

          Teleplay by   Martin M. Goldstein & Neal Baer
          Story by      Dottie Dartland
          Directed by   David Soul

     McMurphy finds herself in in an ethical quandry when she saves the
     life of Vinnie's buddy, though he will remain a vegetable for the
     rest of his life. Her beliefs won't allow her to just let the man
     die, though Vinnie pleads with, and Dr. Richard orders, her to.
     Meanwhile, Frankie receives orders meant for a different Francis
     Bunsen, and she finds hersself promoted to Sergeant and placed in
     charge of Answer Man's patrol.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Tom Sizemore               [Vinnie]
              Troy Evans                 [Sarge]

          Guest Starring:

              Robert LaSardo              Answer Man
              Don Cheadle                 Angel
              Tommy Hinkley               Simon

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Kass
              Ron Taylor                  Mess Sergeant
              Billy "Sly" Williams        Spider


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Leslie Troy Gaulin

     40   "The Thanks of a Grateful Nation"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

     Back in the USA, Dodger is drifting through a meaningless existence,
     while his old friend asks for his help to dodge the draft by going
     to Canada.


          Guest Starring:

              Tom Bower                   Archie Winslow

          Special Guest Stars:

              Bobby Hosea                [Sweetness]
              Helen Hunt                  Sissy

          Guest Starring:

              Robert Knepper              Long
              Doug Savant                 Richard
              Penelope Windust            Jean Winslow

          Co-Starring:

              Michael Griffen             Soldier (Wilson)
              Arlene Taylor               Annie Winslow

          Featuring:

              Keith Claybrook             Kid
              Susan Fassig                Linda
              Lyndsay Riddell             Jennifer


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille



          Note: Richard Herd appears uncredited as Dodger's boss, McGrath.

     41   "Skylark"

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Fred Gerber

     A mysterious pair of ballroom dancers waltzes into China Beach,
     bringing harmony to the bickering McMurphy and Dr. Richard while
     completing their own mystical mission.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Ruby Dee                   [Ruby]
              Troy Evans                 [Sarge]
              Joe Seneca                 [Ernie]
              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Robert LaSardo              Answer Man


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Ed Crocitto
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

     42   "Phoenix"

          Written by    Toni Graphia
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

     K.C. is caught in the middle of a CIA assassination plot, but it's
     her friendship with McMurphy that goes on trial when McMurphy is
     asked to vouch for K.C.'s innocence.


          Special Guest Star:

              Ricki Lake                 [Holly]

          Guest Starring:

              Kevin Kilner                Ace
              Tai Thai                    GTO
              Aki Aleong                  Thao

          Co-Starring:

              Gary Werntz                 Provost Marshal
              Le Tuan                     Truong Chinh
              Francois Chau               White Mouse
              Cameron Arnett              Soldier
              Ben Lemon                   Bob Green

          Featuring:

              Chi-Muoi Lo                 ARVN
              An Loi                      Older Woman
              Thu Thuy                    Mrs. Truong Chinh
              My-Ngoc Tran                Vietnamese Poker Girl


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Leslie Troy Gaulin



         Note: Instead of the usual "Reflections" by The Supremes,
               this episode features as the theme song a rendition
               of the Animals classic "We Gotta Get Out of This
               Place", performed by Katrina & The Waves with Eric
               Burdon (one of the original Animals).

     43   "F.N.G"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

     This special flashback episode shows the how and why of McMurphy's
     enlistment, and her and Dr. Richard's first days at China Beach.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Wings Hauser               [Lt. Col. "Mac" Miller]
              Bobby Hosea                [Sweetness]

          Guest Starring:

              Debra Stricklin             Jan [Wyatt]
              Kerry Noonan                Nellie
              Daniel Quinn                Medic

          Co-Starring:

              Tim Griffin                 Tommy
              Ralph Meyering Jr.          Col. Broyles

          Featuring:

              Marshall Maurice Mitchell   Charles
              George Perez                Kid


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Paul Marks
              Second Assistant Director   Ed Crocitto
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille



          Note: Scott Jaeck appears uncredited as Dr. Singer.

     44   "The Gift"

          Written by    Josef Anderson
          Directed by   Michael Katleman

     Lila's upset at her failure to advance in the Army, is worsened by
     the appearance of an old friend, now a colonel, who comes to China
     Beach to do a recruiting film for Army nurses. Meanwhile, unknown
     to McMurphy, she was made the beneficiary on a soldier's insurance
     policy, and receives a $20,000 death benefit, prompting the Army to
     investigate possible misconduct on her part.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Barbara Babcock            [Lt. Col. Libby Heiss]
              Troy Evans                 [Sarge]

          Guest Starring:

              Guy Boyd                   [Lt. Col. Kane]
              Gerrit Graham              [Capt. Soubra]

          Co-Starring:

              Marcia Magus                Kass
              Stanley Grover              General Nelson
              Scott Lincoln               Oliver Stoned
              Michael Traeger             Philip Capluto

          Featuring:

              Babatunde                   Grunt #3: 
              Ruben Angel Flores          Grunt #1
              Richard Speight Jr.         Grunt #2


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Todd Corman
              Edited by                   Kurt P. Galvao
                                          Amy Shorr

     45   "Strange Brew"

          Written by    Fred T. Yakovich
          Directed by   Michael Fresco

     While the rest of the CB staff attends a rock concert being held
     at Firebase Geronimo, McMurphy and K.C. stay behind, get drunk,
     and enter a shared, surreal dreamland where they must deal with
     some unresolved issues from their past. The episode ends as it
     began, with the news that the Firebase was hit badly in an enemy
     attack, with the survival of the China Beach personnel there in
     question.


          Special Guest Stars:

              Clancy Brown               [Joey Schoenauer]
              Penny Fuller               [Mom McMurphy]

          Guest Starring:

              Gary Farmer                 Dreamwalker


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Michael Katleman
              Second Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Edited by                   Randy Jon Morgan
                                          Leslie Troy Gaulin



         Note 1: Ricki Lake makes a brief, uncredited appearance as
                 Holly.

         Note 2: TV GUIDE listed Mark Tassoni as "Young Soldier" for
                 this episode, though he's not listed in the credits.
                 
         Note 3: Katrina & The Waves and Eric Burdon again appear
                 performing "We Gotta Get Out of This Place", only
                 this time as the band playing at Firebase Geronimo.

Fourth Season


     Broadcast Schedule

     29 Sep 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.1    46    "The Big Bang"
     06 Oct 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.2    47    "She Sells More Than
                                                           Sea Shells"
     13 Oct 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.3    48    "You, Babe"
     20 Oct 1990   Sat   scheduled pre-emption
     27 Oct 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.4    49    "Escape"
     03 Nov 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.5    50    "Fever"
     10 Nov 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.6    51    "Juice"
     17 Nov 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.7    52    "One Giant Leap"
     24 Nov 1990   Sat   scheduled pre-emption
     01 Dec 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.8    53    "One Small Step"
     08 Dec 1990   Sat   9-10:00   4.9    54    "The Call"
     15 Dec 1990   Sat   unscheduled pre-emption

     on hiatus

     04 Jun 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.10   55   "I Could Have Danced
                                                  All Night...But Didn't"
     11 Jun 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.11   56   "100 Klicks Out"
     18 Jun 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.12   57   "The Always Goodbye"
     25 Jun 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.13   58   "Quest"
     09 Jul 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.14   59   "Rewind"
     16 Jul 1991   Tue  10-11:00   4.15   60   "Through and Through"
     22 Jul 1991   Mon   9-11:00   4.16   61   "Hello Goodbye"

     Principal Cast:

     Dana Delany                          Colleen McMurphy
     Michael Boatman                      Sam Beckett
     Troy Evans                           Sarge Pepper
     Nancy Giles                          Frankie Bunsen
     Jeff Kober                           Dodger Winslow
     Robert Picardo                       Dr. Dick Richard
     Concetta Tomei                       Lila Garreau
     Brian Wimmer                         Boonie Lanier
     Marg Helgenberger                    K.C.


     Recurring Supporting Cast:

     Adam Arkin                           Joe Arneberg         [55,60,61]
     Shay Astar                           Karen (age 8)        [56,58,59]
     Finn Carter                          Linda Matlock Lanier [46,47,53,61]
     Kieu Chinh                           Trieu Au             [48,56,57,59]
     Christine Elise                      Karen (age 16)       [46,47,59,61]
     Colleen Flynn                        Colleen Richard      [46,51,61]
     Wings Hauser                         Lt. Col. Mac Miller  [46,47,59]
     Scott Jaeck                          Dr. Singer           [46,47,49]
     Kathy Molter                         Lt. Gloria Dawn      [52,55,61]


     Regular Production Credits:

     Executive Consultant                 William Broyles, Jr.
     Producer                             Carol Flint
     Producer                             Lydia Woodward
     Line Producer                        Geno Escarrega       [46-55]
     Supervising Producer                 Mimi Leder
     Co-Executive Producer                John Wells

     Executive Producer                   John Sacret Young
     Associate Producer                   Barbara Marshall     [46-55]
     Co-Producer                          Barbara Marshall     [56-61]
     Associate Producer                   Christopher Nelson   [54-61]
     Associate Producer                   Darryl Levine        [56-61]
     Executive Story Editor               Josef Anderson       [46-52]
     Photographed by                      Richard Thorpe
     Art Director                         Joe Wood             [46-56]
     Art Director                         Garreth Stover       [57]
     Art Director                         Joseph M. Altadonna  [58-61]
     Music by                             Paul Chihara         [46-60]
     Theme by                             John Rubinstein      [46-60]
     Music by                             John Rubinstein      [61]
     Additional Music by                  Paul Chihara         [46-60]
     Unit Production Manager              Paul Marks
     Film Consultant                      Christopher Nelson   [46-51]
     Supervising Editor                   Christopher Nelson   [53]

     46   "The Big Bang"

          Teleplay by   John Wells
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

     It's 1985, and a one-legged Boonie and his family visit Dr. Richard
     and his family, which sparks the doctor's memories of McMurphy and
     their early days at China Beach.


          Special Guest Star:

              Wings Hauser               [Lt. Col. Mac Miller]

          Guest Starring:

              Finn Carter                [Linda Lanier]
              Christine Elise            [Karen Lanier]
              Colleen Flynn              [Colleen Richard]
              Scott Jaeck                [Dr. Singer]
              Debra Stricklin            [Jan Wyatt]

          Co-Starring:

              Richard Green               Third Doctor
              David Hollander             Jake [Richard]
              Oscar Jordan                Grunt

          Featuring:

              Sean Doherty                Kid
              Shannon Farrara             Gillian [Lanier]
              Coleby Lombardo             Boy [Lanier, Jr.]
              Patrick Y. Malone           Nick Cheeks
              Rick Marzan                 Sergeant
              Phi Nguyen                  VC Woman
              Sean B. Ryan                Adam [Lanier]


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Cara Giallanza
              Second Assistant Director   Mathew Dunne
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon



          Note: This is usually listed as the first of a two-part
                episode, though it and the following episode have
                different titles, and no such "part" designation
                appears on either of the two episodes themselves.

    47    "She Sells More Than Sea Shells"

          Teleplay by   Carol Flint
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

    Boonie's teenaged daughter Karen asks for Dr. Richard's help in finding
    out more about her mother, K.C.  Back in 1967, a pregnant K.C. finds
    her romance with the father, Mac, coming to a disasterous end when he's
    wounded.


          Special Guest Star:

              Wings Hauser               [Lt. Col. Mac Miller]

          Guest Starring:

              Finn Carter                [Linda Lanier]
              Christine Elise            [Karen Lanier]
              Scott Jaeck                [Dr. Singer]

          Co-Starring:

              Conni Marie Brazelton       Angie
              Martin Grey                 Ciamacco
              Chi-Muoi Lo                 Merchant

          Featuring:

              Shannon Farrara             Gillian [Lanier]
              Sean B. Ryan                Adam [Lanier]
              Coleby Lombardo             Lanier [Jr.]


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille



          Note 1: This is usually listed as the second of a two-part
                  episode, though it and the previous episode have
                  different titles, and no such "part" designation
                  appears on either of the two episodes themselves.

          Note 2: THE TELEVISION YEARBOOK gives this episode the title
                  "History, Part II -- She Sells More Than Sea Shells".

    48    "You, Babe"

          Teleplay by   Susan Rhinehart and Cathryn Michon
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

    Back in 1967, McMurphy, desperate for a three-day leave to meet her
    friend Nellie in Saigon, steals a pass intended for Dr. Richard. She
    finds herself on the run from MPs, and handcuffed to K.C., who is
    about to give birth.


          Guest Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                  Trieu Au
              Kerry Noonan                Nellie
              Vic Polizos                 General Duchesne
              Ellen Crawford              Julie
              Patrick Lee James           Burly MP
              Richard Lineback            Jim
              Salvator Xuereb             Scrawny MP

          Co-Starring:

              Chi-Muoi Lo                 Bellhop

          Featuring:

              Catherine Ai                Lady #2
              Father James Phan Van Dai   Priest
              Quy Hoang                   Porter
              Jeff Hudson                 Bleary Soldier
              Christina Le                Street Kid #2
              Louis Mandylor              Aussie
              Tran Pham                   Hooker
              D. Thompson                 Medic
              Viet Truong                 Street Kid #1
              Lee Mary Weilnau            Lady #1


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Howie Horowitz
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

    49    "Escape"

          Teleplay by   Paris Qualles
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   Christopher Leitch

    In 1985, Beckett attends his father's funeral, and it sparks a memory
    of his job at China Beach with the Graves Registration Unit, a friend
    he had there, and the manner in which they dealt with death.


          Guest Starring:

              Scott Jaeck                [Dr. Singer]

              Gilbert Lewis               Reverend Beckett
              Kenny Ransom                Deadman
              Everette Lamar              Dookie
              Raynor Scheine              Cromwell
              Peter Lewis                 Soldier
              Tony T. Johnson             Young Beckett

          Featuring:

              Orlando Bonner              Pastor
              Geoff Meed                  Sergeant
              Ralph Meyering, Jr.         Colonel Broyles
              Jimmy Lee Newman, Jr.       Young Dookie
              Juan Padilla                MP


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Howie Horowitz
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Morty Fallick



          Note: The closing credits carry the following remark:

                "Steve Baker survived Vietnam and continues
                 to perform as 'Mr. Escape'."

    50    "Fever"

          Teleplay by   Lydia Woodward
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   Diane Keaton

    Out of the Army and back in Kansas, McMurphy finds that her experiences
    at China Beach didn't prepare her for the relative boredom of her job
    as a ward nurse, and her life in general.


          Guest Starring:

              Penny Fuller               [Margaret Mary McMurphy]

              Joanna Lipari               Nurse Webb
              Kerry Noonan                Nellie
              Drew Pillsbury              Ralphie

          Co-Starring:

              Christine Carman            Mindy
              Sany Chay                   Kieu
              Nick De Mauro               Folmsbee
              Shawn Modrell               Young Mother

          Featuring:

              Mary Ellen                  Nurse in E.R.
              Joe Lazenby                 Young Man in E.R.
              Michelle Mann               Charlotte
              Pascal Marcotte             Ambulance Driver
              Tommy Morgan                Corpsman


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon
              Assistant Editor            Irvin Paik

    51    "Juice"

          Teleplay by   John Sacret Young
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

    In 1972, Dr. Richard is attending a medical convention in Miami, and
    accidently runs into McMurphy, who is working a dead-end job and living
    a dead-end life in the effort to bury her memories of Vietnam.


          Guest Starring:

              Colleen Flynn              [Colleen Flaherty]
              Gavan O'Herlihy            [Noon Gantry]

          Co-Starring:

              Andrew Buckley              Chaplain
              Joseph M. Hamilton          Vietnam Vet


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Morty Fallick
                                          Deborah Romare

    52    "One Giant Leap"

          Teleplay by   Josef Anderson
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   Michael Katleman

    Back at China Beach in 1969, everyone is eagerly awaiting the moon
    landing that's about to occur. But their excitement turns sour when
    Boonie's leg is trapped under a turned over truck and a rising flood
    threatens to drown him.


          Guest-Starring:

              Vanessa Bell Calloway       Sweet Hula
              Kathy Molter                Gloria Dawn
              Morgan Weisser              Everett, Jr.

          Co-Starring:

              Charles Holman              Soldier
              April Grace                 Palm Frond #1
              Gloria Reuben               Palm Frond #2
              Wynonna Smith               Palm Frond #3


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Howie Horowitz
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon
                                          Irvin Paik

    53    "One Small Step"

          Written by    John Wells
          Directed by   Steven Dubin

    Boonie, shipped back to the States, has to deal, both physically and
    emotionally, with his own loss, while trying to help his fellow
    disabled vets deal with theirs.


          Guest Starring:

              Michael Bowen               Stepakoff
              Alan Boyce                  Kinnett
              Sarah G. Buxton             Dottie
              Finn Carter                 Linda
              William Gallo               Ricco
              Bernard White               Goldman
              Rosalind Cash               Greene
              Alan Haufrect               Dr. Harbert

          Co-Starring:

              Andi Chapman                Navy Nurse
              Raymond Cruz                Lopez
              Christopher Murray          Navy Surgeon
              Michael Rapaport            Kravits

          Featuring:

              Phyllis Applegate           Nurse
              Dalit Berkowitz             Red Cross Worker
              Wendy Bowers                Flight Nurse
              Owen Bush                   General Lee


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille
              Assistant Editor            Michael Hall

    54    "The Call"

          Written by    Paris Qualles and Cathryn Michon
          Directed by   Robert Ginty

    Back home in Chicago, Frankie gets caught up in an incipient revolution
    in the wake of the Chicago Seven trial. Meanwhile, back in Vietnam,
    McMurphy gets a request for help from Dodger, who's back in country
    helping to build a hospital for Montagnard tribesmen.


          Special Guest Star:

              Viveca Lindfors            [Ilsa]

          Guest Starring:

              Scott Lawrence             [Eddie]
              Basil Wallace              [Rashid]

              M. K. Harris                Darrin
              Michael Aron                Gunner
              Brian Markinson             Del
              Tico Wells                  Bobby Seale        [see note]

          Co-Starring:

              Kristine Blackburn          Meg
              Steve Franken              [Judge] Hoffman     [see note]
              John Apicella              [William] Kunstler  [see note]
              Darren Epton                G.I.
              David Simpson               Corpsman

          Featuring:

              Will Jeffries               Schultz
              Christina Le                Child
              Chantara Nop                Villager
              Lee Mary Weilnau            Woman


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Howie Horowitz
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson
                                        & Irvin Paik



          Note: Bobby Seale, Judge Hoffman, and William Kunstler
                are all real people who were part of the famous
                Chicago Seven trial.

    55    "I Could Have Danced All Night...But Didn't"

          Teleplay by   Cathryn Michon
          Story by      Carol Flint
          Directed by   Michael Fresco

    In 1983, McMurphy meets Joe Arnenberg, the best man at a wedding at
    which she's the maid of honor, triggering memories of her final days
    with Dr. Richard at China Beach, the wedding of Lila and Sarge, and
    a production of "My Fair Lady".


          Guest Starring:

              Adam Arkin                  Tom [Joe Arneberg]  [see note]
              Kathy Molter                Gloria Dawn


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon
                                          Irvin Paik

          Note: Adam Arkin's character Joe Arneberg is introduced in
                this episode, but the credit reads "Tom".

    56    "100 Klicks Out"

          Teleplay by   Susan Rhinehart
          Story by      Susan Rhinehart  [uncredited]
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

    It's April 1975, and K.C., now running a nightclub in Bangkok, gets
    a call from her daughter's nanny in Vietnam. She returns to Saigon
    to help get them both out before the city (and country) falls to the
    Communists but has to deal with an enormous amount of red tape in
    order to do so, as well as trying to squelch her maternal feelings
    for the daughter that she barely knows. Meanwhile, Dodger arrives
    at a deserted China Beach, after making his way through enemy-held
    territory, and in Arizona, McMurphy tries to deal with a child abuse
    case involving a fellow vet.


          Guest Starring:

              Jesse Borrego               Hector
              Kieu Chinh                  Trieu Au
              Randolph Mantooth           Joaquin
              Shay Astar                  Karen
              Page Leong                  Cam Noi

          Co-Starring:

              Ed Beechner                 Marine #1
              Patrick John Hurley         O'Bannion
              Petra Porras                Innocencia

          Featuring:

              Thao Chu                    Vietnamese Clerk
              Loc Do                      Neighbor (Man)
              Michael Ennis               Embassy Clerk
              Randy Kirby                 American
              Donna Lew                   Thai Woman
              Peter Lewis                 Marine #2
              Jean-Pierre C. Nguyen       Citizen #1
              Kris Stevens                Joey
              Huy T. Vu                   NVA #1


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Janet Knutsen
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille



          Note: Rhinehart's story credit is per Warner Brothers, via
                THE TELEVISION YEARBOOK.


    57    "The Always Goodbye"

          Written by    Lydia Woodward
          Directed by   Gary Sinise

    Bangkok, 1969. McMurphy shows up on K.C.'s doorstep for R&R and to
    make her goodbyes, as her tour of duty is up soon. K.C.'s life as
    a nightclub owner seems to be going fine, while McMurphy's life as
    an alcoholic is getting worse. Meanwhile, in 1975, K.C. has managed
    to get out of Communist South Vietnam and back to Bangkok, only to
    find the life she had there in ruins.


          Guest Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                 [Trieu Au]
              Pat Skipper                [Tucker]

              Cynthia Gouw                Loretta
              Richmond Hoxie              Arnie Beachem
              David Newsom                Private Maltbie

          Featuring:

              Kelsey and Kirsten Dohring  2 year old Karen


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon

    58    "Quest"

          Teleplay by   John Sacret Young & Angela Ventresca
          Story by      John Sacret Young
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

    It's Christmas 1975, and K.C. has made it back to the U.S., worse
    for wear and asking McMurphy's help to get her back on her feet.
    A year later, when she gets word of K.C.'s success at starting a
    new life, McMurphy is inspired to do something with her own, and
    goes to Montana to join Dodger, hoping that his growing ministry
    will help her find the answers to the problems still haunting her.


          Guest Starring:

              Robert Knepper             [Squeaky Carver]
              Richard Jaeckel            [Archie Winslow (father)]

          Featuring:

              Shay Astar                  Karen
              Joseph Gordon-Levitt        Archie [Winslow (son)]


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Erwin Dumbrille

    59    "Rewind"

          Written by    Carol Flint & John Wells
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

    In 1985, Karen is making a short documentary video about Vietnam
    as a school project, and finds that her search for the answers to
    what Vietnam was all about mirrors her search for her own identity
    vis a vis her mother, K.C.


          Special Guest Star:

              Wings Hauser               [Lt. Col. Mac Miller]

          Guest Starring:

              Kieu Chinh                 [Trieu Au]
              Christine Elise            [Karen Lanier]
              Amy Steel                  [Marla]

              Shay Astar                  Young Karen

          Co-Starring:

              Shannon Farrara             Gillian [Lanier]
              Coleby Lombardo             Lanier, Jr.


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson
                                          Deborah Romare
              Interview Coordinator       Mindy Kanaskie

    60    "Through and Through"

          Written by    Carol Flint
          Directed by   Mimi Leder

    Colleen seeks professional help as she starts to experience
    nightmarish flashbacks about a time when China Beach was under
    attack by enemy fire.


          Guest Starring:

              Adam Arkin                 [Joe Arneberg]
              Vondie Curtis-Hall         [Bill]
              Ford Rainey                [Owen]
              Ned Vaughn                 [Jeff] Hyers

              Lorinne Vozoff              Norma
              Charles Noland              Ray
              Sy Richardson               Franklin
              James Staskel               Wags
              Tom Wright                  Robert
              Don Hanmer                  Kenneth
              Jack Ragotzky               Phil Sr.
              Marcia Magus                Nurse Kass
              Richard Zobel               Tony

          Co-Starring:

              Frederick Hall              P.F.C.
              Norman Merrill              Dave
              Mirron E. Willis            G.I.

          Featuring:

              Sean Gavigan                Tommy
              Laurie Souza                Nurse


          Additional Production Credits:

              First  Assistant Director   Deborah Dell'Amico
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
              Edited by                   Jacque Toberon
                                          Irvin Paik

    61    "Hello Goodbye"

          Teleplay by   John Wells
          Story by      John Sacret Young & John Wells & Lydia Woodward &
                        Carol Flint
          Directed by   John Sacret Young

    In Ohio in 1988 the members of the 510th Evac, China Beach hold a
    reunion, which triggers memories of pain and joy of their wartime
    experiences. Afterwards, a small group of them decide to go on a
    road trip to visit "The Wall" -- the Vietnam Memorial in Washington,
    D.C., and pay their respects to their fallen comrades.
          

          Guest Starring:

              Adam Arkin                 [Joe Arneberg]
              Finn Carter                [Linda Lanier]
              Christine Elise            [Karen Lanier]
              Colleen Flynn              [Colleen Richard]
              Kathy Molter               [Gloria Dawn]
              John Slattery              [Dr. Bob Robert]
              Megan Gallagher             Wayloo Marie Holmes

              Neal McDonough              Lurch

          Co-Starring:

              Joseph Whipp                Top
              Troy Searcy                 Malcolm Beckett
              Tyrone Tan                  Archie Winslow

          Featuring:

              Susan Byun                  Receptionist
              Jensen Daggett              Jennifer
              Michael D. Hall             Lifeguard


          Additional Production Credits:

              Edited by                   Christopher Nelson
              First  Assistant Director   Chip Vucelich
              Second Assistant Director   Mark Glick
          2nd Second Assistant Director   Kim Shulman   



          Note: The closing credits carry the following remark:

                "To the staff and crew of CHINA BEACH and all
                 those who lent their invaluable contributions
                 - our thanks.

                "And to the Vietnam veterans, especially the
                 women who served and who inspired our show,
                 our thanks and respect.

                "You will not be forgotten."

Appendix A


     The following list of actors appearing in CHINA BEACH does not include
     the Vietnam vets interviewed for the episodes "Vets" and "Souvenirs".
     It does include uncredited roles that were noticed by me, and these
     are indicated by a "u" after the episode number. Any member of the
     Principal Cast is listed as being in an episode as long as he or she
     appears in the opening credits, even if he or she doesn't actually
     appear in the given episode. Variations in spelling or credit are
     noted.


     Abraham, Ken                Marine                  10
     Ai, Catherine               V.C. Woman              24
                                 Nhung                   35
                                 Lady #2                 48
     Aleong, Aki                 Thao                    42
     Allan, Richie               Cigar Sarge             9
     Allen, Bill                 Blevins                 21
     Allport, Christopher        Elliot Endicott         0
     Alwag, Fred                 Filipino Musician #1    17
     Anderson, Steven            Major Dector            19
     Andrews, Real               Patient #3              4
     Anthony, Jeff               G.I. #1                 15
     Apicella, John              William Kunstler        54
     Applegate, Phyllis          Nurse                   53
     Arkin, Adam                 Joe Arneberg            55,60,61
     Arnett, Cameron             Soldier                 42
     Aron, Michael               Gunner                  54
     Ashby, Linden               Phillip                 23
     Assante, Marco              Matheson                26
     Astar, Shay                 Karen (age 8)           56,58,59

     Babatunde                   Grunt #3                44
     Babcock, Barbara            Lt. Col. Libby Heiss    44
     Bailey, Dennis              Major [Capt.] Buford    11,14
     Baldwin, Steve              Chuck Berry             12
     Bancroft, Bradford          Burned Soldier          0
     Banes, Lisa                 Cat Von Seeger          32-33
     Bates, Kathy                Jan Wyatt               23
     Baughn, Adele               Sparkle                 36
     Baughn, Anadel              Sizzle                  36
     Beatty, Bruce               Technician              8
     Beechner, Ed                Marine #1               56
     Ben-Victor, Paul            Lazaro                  6
     Bennett, Estelle            Old Woman               2
     Berkowitz, Dalit            Red Cross Worker        53
     Bigham, Lexie               Afro                    37
     Blackburn, Kristine         Meg                     54
     Blanchard, Edward           Donnie                  4
                                 Zimmer                  37
     Blessing, Jack              Masters                 20
     Boatman, Michael            Sam Beckett             0-61
     Bonner, Orlando             Pastor                  49
     Borrego, Jesse              Hector                  56
     Bowen, Michael              Stepakoff               53
     Bower, Tom                  Archie Winslow          40
     Bowers, Wendy               Flight Nurse            53
     Boyce, Alan                 Kinnett                 53
     Boyd, Guy                   Lt. Col. Kane           44
     Brazelton, Conni Marie      Angie                   47
     Bridges, Jimi Jr.           3rd Patient             25
     Brittingham, Scott          Lt. in Radio Room       3
     Brown, Clancy               Joey Schoenauer         45
     Buckley, Andrew             Chaplain                51
     Bush, Grand L.              Mac                     23
     Bush, Owen                  General Lee             53
     Buxton, Sarah G.            Dottie                  53
     Byun, Susan                 Receptionist            61

     Calloway, Vanessa Bell      Sweet Hula              52
     Calvert, Bill               Campbell                16
     Campbell, J. Kenneth        Colonel Wadsworth       7
     Campbell, J. Marvin         Lieutenant              31
     Cannizzo, Michael           G.I.                    35
     Carman, Christine           Mindy                   50
     Carter, Finn                Linda Matlock/Lanier    46,47,53,61
     Cash, Rosalind              Greene                  53
     Cervantes, Carlos           Richard Chacon          38
     Chandler, Kyle              Grunt                   28
     Chapman, Andi               Navy Nurse              53
     Chapman, Lanei              Glitter                 36
     Chau, Francois              White Mouse             42
     Chay, Sany                  Kieu                    50
     Cheadle, Don                Angel                   39
     Cheung, George Kee          Phoung Kiet             2
     Chinh, Kieu                 Sister Phuong           26,28,36
                                 Trieu Au                48,56,57,59
     Chiu, Franklin              Urchin                  2
     Chu, Thao                   Vietnamese Clerk        56
     Church, Thomas Haden        Jack Daniels            31
     Clark, O. LaRon             Grunt                   10
     Clark, Sanford              Commando #1             6
     Claybrook, Keith            Kid                     40
     Cleaveland, Benjamin        Kid                     10
     Cleveland, Dawn             Aurore-Sai              28
     Cloud, David                G.I. #2                 6
     Colitti, Tony               Cameraman               11,13
     Corkum, Clark               M.P.                    31
     Crawford, Ellen             Julie                   48
     Crespo, Teresa              Filipino Musician #2    17
     Cromwell, James             Ambassador Weymouth     0
     Cruz, Raymond               Lopez                   53
     Curtis-Hall, Vondie         Bill                    60
     Cyphers, Charles            The General             1

     d'Angerio, Joseph           Manny Hinklefarb        0
     Daggett, Jensen             Jennifer                61
     Dai, Father James Phan Van  Priest                  48
     Davis, Steven B.            Soldier #3              17
     de Lint, Derek              Dr. Gerard Bernard      24,26-31,33-34
     De Mauro, Nick              Folmsbee                50
     Dee, Ruby                   Ruby                    41
     Delany, Dana                Colleen McMurphy        0-61
     Denier, Lydie               Danielle                31,34
     Dizon, J.P.                 Etienne                 28,31
     Do, Loc                     Neighbor (Man)          56
     Doan, Tuyet                 Vietnamese Woman        19
     Doherty, Sean               Kid                     46
     Dohring, Kelsey             2 year old Karen        57
     Dohring, Kirsten            2 year old Karen        57
     Doughan, Jim                Resident                22
     Drake, Dennis               Paul                    23
     DuPree, V.C.                America                 28
     Duensing, David H.          Giggling Grunt #1       0
     Duong, Nhan Dai             ARVN Soldier #2         30

     Edwards, Duane              Patient #1              4
     Elise, Christine            Karen (age 16)          46,47,59,61
     Elkins, Marvin              Santa Claus             10
     Ellen, Mary                 Nurse in E.R.           50
     Elman, Paul                 G.I.                    0
     Ennis, Michael              Embassy Clerk           56
     Epton, Darren               G.I.                    54
     Ermey, R. Lee               Col. Buster Darling     27
     Evans, Troy                 Sergeant at Airport     22u
                                 Sarge Pepper            25,27-28,32-35,
                                                         38-39,41,44,46-61

     Farina, Dennis     Lt. Col. Edward Edward Vincent   12
     Farmer, Gary                Dreamwalker             45
     Farrara, Shannon            Gillian Lanier          46-47,59
     Fassig, Susan               Linda                   40
     Flatley, William            Priest                  23
     Flores, Ruben Angel         Grunt #1                44
     Flynn, Colleen              Colleen Richard         46,51,61
     Fong, Brian                 Vietnamese Official     36
     Force, Paul                 Grunt #1                32
     Fortunato, Dean             Bo                      11
     Fox, Vivica                 Toffee (Candettes)      7-8
     Franken, Steve              Judge Hoffman           54
     Fredriksen, Erik            Colonel                 34
     Fuller, Penny               Margaret Mary McMurphy  22-23,45,50
     Funches, Garvin             Kid #2                  26

     Gallagher, Megan            Wayloo Marie Holmes     7-23,61
     Gallo, William              Ricco                   53
     Gardner, Mario              Medic                   9
     Gavigan, Sean               Tommy                   60
     Geer, Kevin                 Brian McMurphy          22-23
     Giles, Nancy                Frankie Bunsen          8-61
     Gilpin, Marc                Sammy Coy               5
     Giuntoli, Neil Gray         Mike                    23
     Gomez, Carlos               Gaspar                  25
     Gordon-Levitt, Joseph       Archie Winslow (son)    58
     Gouw, Cynthia               Loretta                 57
     Graae, Jason                Music Soldier           1
     Grace, April                Palm Frond #1           52
     Graham, Gerrit              Capt. Soubra            44
     Grant, Johnny               himself                 6
     Grant, Vince                Dunne                   21
     Green, Richard              Dr. Dee                 0
                                 Third Doctor            46
     Grenham, Jami Lynn[e]       Jenny                   22-23
     Grey, Martin                Ciamacco                47
     Griffen, Michael            Soldier (Wilson)        40
     Griffin, Tim                Tommy                   43
     Grover, Stanley             General Nelson          44
     Gurwitch, Annabelle         Donut Dolly             7-8

     Hall, Frederick             P.F.C.                  60
     Hall, Michael D.            Lifeguard               61
     Hamilton, Joseph M.         Vietnam Vet             51
     Hang, Phuong                Vietnamese Girl         33
     Hanmer, Don                 Kenneth                 60
     Harada, Ernest              Fred Hirabayashi        5
     Harewood, Dorian            Major Melvin Otis       33-35
     Harlan, Scott               Jean Claud              1
     Harris, M. K.               Darrin                  54
     Hatch, James Oden           Ward Master             9
     Haufrect, Alan              Dr. Harbert             53
     Hauser, Wings               Lt. Col. Mac Miller     43,46,47,59
     Helgenberger, Marg          K.C.                    0-61
     Herd, Richard               McGrath                 40u
     Hewlett, Roger              L.R.R.P.                26
                                 G.I. #2                 34
     Hinkley, Tommy              Simon                   39
     Hiroshige, Kimiko           Vietnamese Woman        0
     Ho, Caroline/Carolyn        Lien                    15
                                 Vietnamese Girl         26
     Hoang, Quy                  Porter                  48
     Hodges, Tom                 Corporal Nichols        27
     Hollingsworth, Wynn         Colonel                 35
     Holman, Charles             Soldier                 52
     Hong, April                 Orphan Girl             6
     Hong, James                 Bac Si                  37
     Hosea, Bobby                Sweetness               0-1,40,43
     Hoxie, Richmond             Arnie Beachem           57
     Hoy, Linda                  Nurse Beaverbrook       0,6
     Hudson, Jeff                Bleary Soldier          48
     Huie, Karen                 Sister Thuan            6
     Hules, Endre                Younger Male Guest      31
     Hunt, Helen                 Sissy                   40
     Hupp, Jana Marie            Maggie Austin           8
     Hurley, Patrick John        O'Bannion               56
     Hyland, Phillip             Tuggle                  12

     Irwin, Tom                  Bellows                 19

     Jaeck, Scott                Dr. Singer              43u,46,47,49
     Jaeckel, Richard            Archie Winslow (father) 58
     James, Patrick [Lee]        Massio                  21
                                 Burly MP                48
     Jarrett, Jim                Lt. Lackey              24
     Jeffries, Will              Schultz                 54
     Johnson, Tony T.            Young Beckett           49
     Johnston, Patrick           Soldier                 1
     Jones, John Marshall Jr.    Fluke                   5,21
       [a.k.a. "J.J."]

     Kalinka, Stefan             Cohen                   10
     Keene, Jason                Danny McMurphy          22
     Kennedy, Lawrence           Corpsman                11
     Killum, Guy                 Bingo                   13
     Kilner, Kevin               Ace                     42
     Kim, Leigh C.               Priest                  20
     King, Marcus                PFC/Grunt               15
     Kirby, Randy                American                56
     Knepper, Robert             Long                    40
                                 Squeaky Carver          58
     Kober, Jeff                 Dodger Winslow          0-1,5,7-61
     Krebs, Susan                Nurse Danton            6

     LaCorte, Lisa               Singing Nurse           1
     LaSardo, Robert       Jesus "Answer Man" Zapata     32-33,38-39,41
     Lacamara, Carlos            Zapata                  1
     Lake, Ricki                 Holly Pellegrino        25-26,28-32,34,
                                                         37-38,41-42,45u
     Lamar, Everette             Dookie                  49
     Lang, Perry           Lt. Comm. Frederick Emmanuel  15
     Laughlin, John              Brendan McMurphy        22-23
     Lawrence, Scott             Eddie                   54
     Lazenby, Joe                Young Man in E.R.       50
     Le, Christina               Street Kid #2           48
                                 Child                   54
     Lehne, Fredric              Rick White              5,14
     Lemon, Ben                  Bob Green               42
     Leong, Page                 Mai                     1
                                 Cam Noi                 56
     Levy, Shawn                 Lieutenant              26
     Lew, Donna                  Thai Woman              56
     Lewis, Gilbert              Reverend Beckett        49
     Lewis, Peter                Soldier                 49
                                 Marine #2               56
     Licea, Robert               Amputee                 0
     Lincoln, Scott              Oliver Stoned           44
     Lindfors, Viveca            Ilsa                    54
     Lindsey, Elizabeth          Viet Cong Nurse         1
                                 Mai                     10-11,13-17,21
     Lineback, Richard           Jim                     48
     Linton, John K.             Pooh                    37
     Lipari, Joanna              Nurse Webb              50
     Lo, Chi-Muoi                ARVN                    42
                                 Merchant                47
                                 Bellhop                 48
     Loi, An                     Older Woman             42
     Lombardo, Coleby            Lanier, Jr.             46,47,59
     Lorenzo, Blas               Band Leader             31
     Lustig, Aaron               Dr. Darrow              6
     Lyons, DeWayne              Soldier                 23

     MacDonald, Heather Jane     Duty Nurse              16
     MacLure, Elli               Den Mother              5
     Magus, Marcia               Nurse Jody Kass         8-11,15-16,25-27,
                                                         30-31,37,39,44,60
     Magwili, Dom                Mr. Cat                 4
     Malone, Patrick Y.          Nick Cheeks             46
     Mandelik, Gil               Older Male Guest        31
     Mandley, Lawrence A.        M.P.                    21
     Mandylor, Louis             Aussie                  48
     Mann, Michelle              Charlotte               50
     Mantooth, Randolph          Joaquin                 56
     Marciano, David             Dee Jay                 3
     Marcotte, Pascal            Ambulance Driver        50
     Mariano, John               Wakefield               6
     Mariye, Lily                Servant                 28
     Markell, Jodie              Pam Klinger             23
     Markinson, Brian            Del                     54
     Marshall, James             Grunt/Kanaski (G.I.)    16,23
     Marzan, Rick                Santos                  13
                                 Sergeant                46
     Massett, Patrick            Waco                    16
     Matthews, Jon               Beemer                  21
     Matthieu, Jedd              Radio Man               4
     McCarthy, Kevin             Congressman Holmes      19
     McCarthy, Nobu              Madame Lai              35
     McDonough, Neal             Lurch                   61
     McNiven, Philip             Wiseguy                 37
     Meed, Geoff                 Sergeant                49
     Mehlberg, Douglas           Jerry                   23
     Merrill, Norman             Dave                    60
     Meyering, Ralph Jr.         Col. Broyles            43,49
     Michelson, Amy              Donut Dolly [Karen]     7-8,9
     Midwood, Ramsay             G.I. #1                 34
     Minn, Haunani               Hang                    9-12,14,28-30
     Mitchell, Marshall Maurice  Charles                 43
     Modrell, Shawn              Young Mother            50
     Moffat, Donald              Dad                     22
     Moloney, Sean               G.I. #1                 6
     Molter, Kathy               Lt. Gloria Dawn         52,55,61
     Monte, Tony                 U.S. Clerk              36
     Montes, Michael J.          Corporal                13
     Moore, Christopher Michael  Dr. Dum                 0
     Morgan, Tommy               Serviceman #1           3
                                 Corpsman                50
     Mullally, Megan             Cindy                   23
     Murray,Christopher          Navy Surgeon            53

     Najera, Rick                Dayglo                  0
     Newman, Jimmy Lee Jr.       Young Dookie            49
     Newsom, David               Kid                     28
                                 Private Maltbie         57
     Ngor, Dr. Haing S.          Seak Yin                32-3
     Nguyen, Andrew-Huy          Tran                    13
     Nguyen, Francine            Vietnamese Mother       9
                                 Grandma                 13
                                 Grandmother             33
     Nguyen, Jean-Pierre [C.]    Man with a Basket       30
                                 Citizen #1              56
     Nguyen, Phi                 VC Woman                46
     Nguyen, Vu                  Boy                     30
     Noland, Charles             NCO #2                  23
     Noland, Charles             Ray                     60
     Noonan, Kerry               Nellie                  43,48,50
     Nop, Chantara               Troubadour              34
                                 Villager                54
     Novak, David Alan           Clerk                   3

     O'Bryan, Pat                Connor McMurphy         22-23
     O'Grady, Gail               Georgia Lee             0,6
     O'Herlihy, Gavan            Noon Gantry             51
     O'Neil, Patrick Young       C.O.                    17
     Ochs, Meegan Lee            Jacy                    13
     Officer, David              G.I. #3                 6
     Omi, Nancy                  Bar Girl                4

     Padilla, Juan               MP                      49
     Parker, Debi                Bar Girl                4
     Partington, David J.        Colonel                 2
     Patton, Tom                 M.P.                    19
     Perez, George               Kid                     43
     Perpich, Jonathan           Lt. Price               4
     Pesko, David                2nd Patient             25
     Peterson, Gunnar            Grunt                   15
     Pham, Tran                  Hooker                  48
     Phun, Dennis                ARVN Soldier            33
     Picardo, Robert             Dr. Dick Richard        0-61
     Pickett, Jay                Cross                   4
     Pileggi, Mitch              E.O.D. Sgt. Ortin       30
     Pillsbury, Drew             Ralphie                 50
     Pitton, Lily                Lien                    35
     Plecas, Bodie               D.J.                    11
     Plummer, Glenn E.           Omar                    5
     Poindexter, Jeris Lee       Sergeant                13
     Polizos, Vic                General Duchesne        48
     Porras, Petra               Innocencia              56

     Quinn, Daniel               Medic                   43

     Ragotzky, Jack              Phil Sr.                60
     Rainey, Ford                Owen                    60
     Ransom, Kenny               Banks                   3
                                 Deadman                 49
     Rapaport, Michael           Kravits                 53
     Reinholz, Randy             Moving Grunt            7
     Reuben, Gloria              Palm Frond #2           52
     Reynolds, David             Pilot #1                3
     Richardson, Sy              Franklin                60
     Riddell, Lyndsay            Jennifer                40
     Rivas, Andrew               Patient #2              4
     Roche, Brogan               Aide                    13
     Roche, Eamonn               Alvin                   7
     Rodriguez, Marco            Ray                     17
     Romona                      Cinnamon (Candettes)    7-8
     Rudy, Reed                  Montana                 20
     Russell, Harold             Uncle Conal             22-23
     Russell, T.E.               Soldier                 30
                                 M.P.                    37
     Ryan, Sean B.               Adam Lanier             46-47
     Ryan, Tim                   Natch Austen            0-7,20

     Sachs, Kara                 Dolly                   26
     Sanders, Dex                Private                 25
     Savant, Doug                Richard                 40
     Scannell, Kevin             Dr. Crocker             16
     Scheine, Raynor             Cromwell                49
     Searcy, Troy                Malcolm Beckett         61
     Seneca, Joe                 Ernie                   41
     Seville, Aaron              Steele                  21
     Sherrill, David             Gunner                  22
     Sifuentes, Kevin            Whiplash                19
     Simpson, David              Corpsman                54
     Sinatra, Nancy              herself                 6
     Sissons, Kimber             Miss High Fever         25
     Sizemore, Tom               Vinnie Ventresca        28-31,34,39
     Skipper, Pat                Morrison                20
                                 Tucker                  57
     Slattery, John              Dr. Bob Robert          61
     Smiar, Brian                General Cunliffe        7-8
     Smith, Wynonna              Palm Frond #3           52
     Sniffen, Elsie              Pei                     31
     Sohmers, Barbara            Older Woman Guest       31
     Souza, Laurie               Nurse                   60
     Speight, Richard Jr.        Grunt #2                44
     Staskel, James              Wags                    60
     Steel, Amy                  Marla                   59
     Stellrecht, Skip            Cooper                  10
     Stevens, Dana               Nurse                   22
     Stevens, Kris               Joey                    56
     Strasser, Robin             Dr. Joan Friedman       11
     Stricklin, Debra            Jan Wyatt               43,46
     Sudik, James W.             American Businessman    2
     Sung, Elizabeth             Roxanne                 28
     Sweet, Vonte                Grunt #2                32

     Tamburro, Chuck             Pilot #2                3
     Tan, Tyrone                 Archie Winslow          61
     Tanner, Mary                Bev                     37
     Tassoni, Mark               Young Soldier           45u
     Tate, Larron                G.I. #2                 15
     Taylor, Arlene              Annie Winslow           40
     Taylor, Ron                 Mess Sergeant           39
     Thai, Tai                   V.C. Guard              24
                                 GTO                     42
     Thomas, Brian Wesley        Soldier #2              17
     Thompson, D.                Medic                   48
     Thompson, Fred Dalton       Lt. Col. Reinhardt      19
     Thor, Cameron               Chaplain                10
     Thorne, Geoffrey            Giggling Grunt #2       0
     Thuy, Thu                   Mother                  30
                                 Mrs. Truong Chinh       42
     Tomei, Concetta             Lila Garreau            0-61
     Traeger, Michael            Philip Capluto          44
     Tran, April                 Man                     37
     Tran, Kady                  Vietnamese Woman #1     30
     Tran, My-Ngoc               Nun                     26
                                 Vietnamese Woman #2     30
                                 Vietnamese Poker Girl   42
     Tran, Thang Van             ARVN                    13
     Tran, Thang Van             ARVN Lieutenant         30
     Tran, Thu                   Mimi                    1
     Tran, Tom                   ARVN Soldier #1         30
     Trinidad, Arsenio "Sonny"   Villager                9
                                 Cadre Leader            24
     Truong, Viet                Street Kid #1           48
     Tuan, Le                    ARVN Commander          33
                                 Truong Chinh            42
     Tyson, Richard              Whitlow                 21

     Van Dusen, Andrew           Soldier #1              17
     Vaughn, Ned                 Dewey                   1
                                 Jeff Hyers              17,24-33,60
     Vaughn, Vince               Driver                  24
     Vidan, Richard              Driscoll                12
     Vo, Xuan Xanh               Kim                     0
     Vorwald, Terrance           Operator #1             3
     Voyagis, Yorgo              Turner                  20
     Vozoff, Lorinne             Norma                   60
     Vu, Huy T.                  NVA #1                  56

     Wallace, Basil              Rashid                  54
     Walton, Willie              Willy                   10
     Warhit, Doug                Hickenhopper            0
     Wayans, Kim                 Cameo (Candettes)       7-8
     Webb, Chloe                 Laurette Barber         0-6  
     Weilnau, Lee Mary           Nun                     10
                                 Sister                  15
                                 Woman                   37,54
                                 Lady #1                 48
     Weisser, Morgan             Everett, Jr.            52
     Wells, Tico                 Bobby Seale             54
     Werntz, Gary                Provost Marshal         42
     Weygint, Richard            Short PFC [Graphia]     25
     Whatley, Liem               Tran                    24
     Whipp, Joseph               Top                     61
     White, Bernard              Goldman                 53
     Wilcox, Clay                Opium Smoker            5
     Williams, Billy "Sly"       Spider                  39
     Williamson, Mykel T.        Rousseau                16,21
     Willis, Mirron E.           G.I.                    60
     Wimmer, Brian               Boonie Lanier           0-61
     Windust, Penelope           Jean Winslow            40
     Wixted, Kevin               Sad Man                 5
     Wong, Michael               Peddler                 21
     Wood, Thomas Mills          Larry Fitzkee           13
     Woods, Michael K.           Mike Agnone             2,6
     Woods, Nan                  Cherry White            0-13,14u
     Wright, Ken                 The Aide                1
     Wright, Tom                 Sgt. Morgan             16
                                 Robert                  60

     Xuereb, Salvator            Scrawny MP              48

     Younger, Jamie              1st Patient             25
     Youse, David                Grunt                   29,38
     Yue, Marion Kodama          Kim                     3-5

     Zobel, Richard              Tony                    60

Appendix B

     
     Altadonna, Joseph M.    Art Director          58-61
     Anderson, Arthur        First Asst Director   32
                             Story Editor          24-45
                             Exec Story Editor     46-52
                             Writer                31,38,44
                             Co-Writer             30
                             Teleplay              52
     Aronson, Brad           Unit Prod Manager     0

     Baer, Neal              Co-Teleplay           39
     Barnette, Neema         Director              38
     Berger, Stephen Myles   Production Designer   24-37
     Brennert, Alan          Writer                17,24
     Browdy, Susan           Editor                24,29,31
     Broyles, William Jr.    Exec Consultant       0-61
                             Writer                1
                             Co-Writer             7,8
                             Teleplay              6
                             Co-Story              6
     Butcher, Chas.          Art Director          10-17,19-23

     Chihara, Paul           Music                 1-32,34-36,39-41,44-60
                             Additional Music      61
     Cohen,  Robert P.       First Asst Director   24-25,27
     Colwell, K.C.           First Asst Director   18
     Connor, John J.         Dir of Photography    1-17,19-23
     Connors, Tom            First Asst Director   0
     Corman, Todd            Second Asst Director  44
     Crocitto, Ed            Second Asst Director  41,43

     Dartland, Dottie        Story                 39
     Davies, Tom             First Asst Director   1,3-4
     Dell'Amico, Deborah     First Asst Director   9,12-13,15,17,59-60
     Donahue, Ann            Writer                3
                             Story Editor          4-5
     Dubin, Steven           Director              13,33,53
     Dumbrille, Erwin        Editor                0,2,4,8,12,14-17,19,
                                                   21-23,26-28,30,34-35,38,
                                                   40-41,43,47-48,53,56,58
     Dunn, Stephen           First Asst Director   18
     Dunne, Mathew           Second Asst Director  46

     Escarrega, Geno         Associate Producer    0
                             Co-Producer           1-28
                             Producer              29-45
                             Line Producer         46-55
                             Second Unit Director  7-8,17,20-22
                             Music                 37-38

     Fallick, Morty          Editor                49-51
     Flint, Carol            Story Editor          7-23
                             Exec Story Editor     24-45
                             Producer              45-61
                             Writer                9,15,20,25,37,43,60
                             Co-Writer             5,30,59
                             Teleplay              47
                             Story                 55
                             Co-Story              46-52,61
     Fresco, Michael         Director              19,29,45,55

     Galvao, Kurt [P.]       Assistant Editor      23,37
                             Editor                44
     Gaulin, Leslie Troy     Editor                32-33,37,39,42,45
     Gerber, Fred            Unit Prod Manager     4-15,17-26,28-31,33-40,
                                                   42-45
                             Coordinating Producer 7-23
                             Co-Producer           24-26
                             Producer              27-45
                             Director              16,27,32,41
     Giallanza, Cara         First Asst Director   46
     Ginty, Robert           Director              54
     Glick, Mark             Second Asst Director  47-61
     Goldstein, Martin M.    Co-Teleplay           39
     Graphia, Toni           Writer                29,42
     Green, Patricia         Supervising Producer  7-23
                             Writer                11,21
     Grumman, Francis        Dir of Photography    26-28,30,34-35,37,
                                                   39,42,44-45
     Guresky, Joe            Assistant Editor      18

     Hall, Michael           Assistant Editor      23,34,53
     Hillshafer, Beth        Director              2
     Holcomb, Rod            Supervising Producer  1-6
                             Director              0,1,3-4
     Horowitz, Howie         First Asst Director   48-49,52,54

     Jeffries, Georgia       Supervising Producer  24-44
                             Writer                32-33
     Jewett, Eric            Second Asst Director  1,3,5-6

     Kanaskie, Mindy         Interview Coordinator 59
     Katleman, Michael       Unit Prod Manager     16
                             First Asst Director   7-8,10-11,14,19-20,22-23,
                                                   28,30,34-35,37,39,42,45
                             Director              44,52
     Keaton, Diane           Director              50
     Knutsen, Janet          First Asst Director   56

     Leder,  Mimi            Production Consultant 22
                             Producer              24-45
                             Supervising Producer  45-61
                             Director              9,14-15,25,28,34,40,42,
                                                   47-48,56,59-60
     Leitch, Christopher     Director              6,20,35,37,49
     Lerner, Dan             Director              8
     Levine, Darryl          Associate Producer    56-61
     Lowe, Bill              Assistant Editor      0
     Lugar, John             Producer              1-6

     Mann, Sharon            First Asst Director   2,6
     Marks, Paul             Second Asst Director  7-15,17,19,22-23
                             First Asst Director   16,21,26,29,31,33,36,38,
                                                   40,43
                             Unit Prod Manager     27,32,41,45-61
     Marshall, Barbara       Associate Producer    45-55
                             Co-Producer           56-61
     McDonell, Terry         Writer                4
     Medak, Peter            Director              12
     Merzer, Glen            Writer                16
     Michon, Cathryn         Co-Writer             54
                             Teleplay              55
                             Co-Teleplay           48
     Miller, Sharron         Director              10
     Minsky, Charles         Dir of Photography    0
     Morgan, Randy [Jon]     Editor                10,13,18,20,22-23,25,
                                                   36,45
                             Supervising Editor    24,26-35,37-44
     Morris, David Burton    Director              31

     Nelson, Christopher     Supervising Editor    0-6,53
                             Editor                1,6-8,54,59,61
                             Co-Producer           7-23
                             Film Consultant       46-51
                             Associate Producer    54-61
     Newport, James William  Production Designer   0-6

     Paik, Irvin             Assistant Editor      50
                             Editor                52,54-55,60
     Parra, George           Second Asst Director  18

     Qualles, Paris          Teleplay              49
                             Co-Writer             54

     Rhinehart, Susan        Writer                2,14,28,56
                             Co-Writer             5
                             Co-Teleplay           13,48
                             Story                 13
     Rhodes, Michael         Director              17,21,24,26
     Ritenour, Scott         Production Designer   7-9
     Romare, Deborah         Editor                51,59
     Romero, Rory            Second Asst Director  2,4-5
     Rubinstein, John        Original Music        0
                             Theme                 1-60
                             Music                 61

     Shorr, Amy              Assistant Editor      18,23,36
                             Editor                44
     Shulman, Kim            2nd Second Asst Dir   61
     Sinise, Gary            Director              57
     Soul, David             Director              38
     Stover, Garreth         Art Director          57

     Thorpe, Richard         Photographer          24-25,29,31-33,36,38,
                                                   40-41,43,45-61
     Toberen, Jacque         Editor                3,5,9,11,14-17,19,21-23,
                                                   46,50,52,55,57,60
     Turley, James           Second Asst Director  0

     Uno, Michael Toshiyuki  Director              30

     Ventresca, Angela       Co-Teleplay           58
     Vucelich, Chip          Second Asst Director  16,20-21,24-39,40,42,45
                             First Asst Director   41,44,47,50-51,53,55,
                                                   57-58,61

     Walker, Shirley         Music                 33,42-43
     Wang, Nathan            Music                 37-38
     Wells, John             Producer              7-23
                             Supervising Producer  24-45
                             Co-Exec Producer      45-61
                             Writer                10,22-23,26,34,40,53
                             Co-Writer             59 
                             Teleplay              46,61
                             Co-Teleplay           13
                             Co-Story              46-52,61
                             Co-Continuity         18
     Wood, Joe               Art Director          38-56
     Woodward, Lydia         Exec Script Consultant 7-45
                             Producer              45-61
                             Writer                12,19,27,35,41,57
                             Teleplay              50
                             Co-Story              46-52,61
     Wooley, Dennis          Assistant Editor      0

     Yakovich, Fred T.       Writer                45

     Young, John Sacret      Exec Producer         0-61
                             Director              5,7-8,18,22-23,36,43,
                                                   46,51,58,61
                             Writer                0,36
                             Co-Writer             7-8
                             Teleplay              51
                             Co-Teleplay           58
                             Story                 58
                             Co-Story              6,46-52,61
                             Co-Continuity         18

     Zsigmond, Vilmos        Photographer, Special
                             Interview Sequences   18,36