Cast : Bonnie Franklin, Mackenzie Phillips, Valerie Bertinelli, Pat Harrington, Jr., Boyd Gaines, Glenn Scarpelli, Howard Hesseman, Mary Louise Wilson, Michael Lembeck, Richard Masur, Ron Rifkin, Shelley Fabares
Genres : Comedy
Production Companies : TAT Communications Company, Allwhit Inc., Embassy Television.
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