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  • The series was re-titled The New Temperatures Rising Show, and featured a new supporting cast: Sudie Bond, Barbara Cason, Jennifer Darling, Jeff Morrow, and John Dehner.Temperatures Rising-Wikipedia
  • He remained married to actress Barbara Cason, his second wife, from 1970 until her death in 1990.Dennis Patrick-Wikipedia
  • It also features Richard Paul as Mayor Teddy Burnside, Harvey Vernon as racist officer Jasper DeWitt, and Barbara Cason as town employee Cloris Phebus.Carter Country-Wikipedia
  • Its cast included Barbara Cason, Jamie Ross and Cook, who also directed the revue.Oh, Coward!-Wikipedia
  • The role was instead played by actress Barbara Cason, who was married to Dark Shadows actor Dennis Patrick.Clarice Blackburn-Wikipedia
  • He co-founded the Front Street Theater in Memphis with Barbara Cason.George Touliatos-Wikipedia
  • Also in the new cast were Barbara Cason as Miss Tillis, the head of administrative and accounting: "... who would let you bleed to death filling out forms", Jennifer Darling as the romantically inclined nurse "Windy" Winchester, Jeff Morrow as Dr. Lloyd Axton, a fraudulent surgeon who has published two books, Profit in Healing and Malpractice and Its Defense, and John Dehner as "society" Dr. Charles Claver.Temperatures Rising-Wikipedia
  • She was also a regular on Comedy Tonight, which aired during the summer of 1970 on CBS, along with Peter Boyle, Barbara Cason, Madeline Kahn, Robert Klein, and Jerry Lacy.Judy Graubart-Wikipedia
  • His first major success with American audiences was when he appeared Off-Broadway in the original 1972 production of Noël Coward's Oh, Coward! at the New Theatre with Roderick Cook and Barbara Cason.Jamie Ross-Wikipedia
  • Starring Paul Lynde as Dr. Paul Mercy, Sudie Bond as Martha Mercy, Barbara Cason as Miss Tillis, Jennifer Darling as Nurse Windy Winchester, John Dehner as Dr. Charles Cleveland Claver, Jeff Morrow as Dr. Lloyd Axton, and Cleavon Little as Dr. Jerry Noland.List of Temperatures Rising episodes-Wikipedia
  • The production starred Dustin Hoffman in the title role, with Pamela Payton-Wright as Constance Fry, Susan Sullivan as Elizabeth Evans, Rose Gregorio as Rosie Pitkin, Charles Siebert as Michael Leon, Cleavon Little as Lee Haines, Rue McClanahan as Sally Weber, Barbara Cason as Miss Green, Eli Mintz as Mr. Lepke, Dorothy Emmerson as Rita, Gale Dixon as Millie, and Arnold Wilkerson as Arnold.Jimmy Shine-Wikipedia
  • The New Temperatures Rising Show, as the series was now retitled, began airing on September 25, 1973, and starred Paul Lynde as Dr. Paul Mercy, Sudie Bond as his mother Martha Mercy, Barbara Cason as Miss Tillis, the head nurse, Jennifer Darling as Nurse "Windy" Winchester, Jeff Morrow as Dr. Lloyd Axton, John Dehner as Dr. Charles Cleveland Claver, and Cleavon Little as Dr. Jerry Noland, while Jerry Houser was featured in a recurring role as an intern named Haskell.List of Temperatures Rising episodes-Wikipedia

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