Emerald Point N.A.S.

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CBS (ended 1984)

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Emerald Point N.A.S.

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This show had almost everything. It had an all-star cast, writers with great credentials, talented directors and music by Bill Conti and Angela Morley. It had everything except an audience. The show was set on a Naval military base headed by Rear Admiral Thomas Mallory (Dennis Weaver). He also headed the family that was the center point of the story. Lots of intrigue with Mallory's girlfriend (Maud Adams) being kidnapped, his sister-in-law (Jill St. John) having a relationship with a Russian KGB agent (Robert Loggia) and his three daughters always getting into some kind of mischief. Other stars included Susan Dey, Sela Ward, Andrew Stevens, Robert Vaughn, and Richard Dean Anderson.
Maud Adams

Maud Adams

Maggie Farrell

Robert Vaughn

Robert Vaughn

Harlan Adams (Episodes 10-22)

Doran Clark

Doran Clark

Ensign Leslie Mallory

Michael Carven

Michael Carven

Lt. Alexi Gorichenko

Dennis Weaver

Dennis Weaver

Rear Admiral Thomas Mallory

Richard Dean Anderson

Richard Dean Anderson

Lt. Simon Adams

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Great cast in a decent show

    7.0
    This prime time soap had one of the greatest casts ever. Dennis Weaver, Maud Adams, Richard Dean Anderson, Sela Ward, Andrew Stevens, Jill St. John, Susan Dey, Robert Loggia and more. It was a soap about a military family named Mallory. Dennis Weaver was the patriarch, Maud Adams his love interest and Susan Dey, Doran Clark and Stephanie Dunnam his three daughters. There was a ton of turmoil and drama, but this show didn't seem to connect to viewers. I watched it faithfully and liked it a lot, but it wasn't one of those shows that I was all that upset about being cancelled. It's too bad it didn't work because every single cast member has had some success in television or film. The only jarring thing about it was the sudden recast of Patrick O'Neal's character with Robert Vaughn. Still, good job by all. I just wish it hadn't ended on a cliffhanger. But I think everyone expected to be back for season two.moreless
  • Any good?
    Was this show good? Is it currently airing anywhere, or is on on DVD? Thanks!
    02/14/06
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