Peyton Place

Season 1 Episode 52

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Aired Unknown Mar 16, 1965 on ABC
9.0
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Attorney Wainwright suggests Leslie drop the codicil fight since Elliot is in possession of evidence that implicates Leslie in Elizabeth's murder. At the Shoreline Cafe, Rita Jacks and her friend Kitch taunt Norman. Kitch spikes Norman's drink, then threatens Rita who fails to persuade Norman not to drink it. Allison and Rodney's evening at the ski lodge is interrupted by a morose Paul. Leslie warns Constance he'll expose Elliot as Allison's father if Connie doesn't persuade Elliot into not using Elizabeth's diary against him.moreless

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  • 2 great moments!

    9.0
    An episode containing two PopCult iconic moments: the singer in the ski lodge (unfortunately uncredited) who sings an early version of the great Roberta Flack hit "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" accompanied by his guitar, and an appearance by Mickey Dolenz as a punked-out greaser guy with a chip on his shoulder that's way bigger than his feet. Also features the introduction of the Rita Jacks character to Peyton Place.moreless
Dorothy Malone

Dorothy Malone

Constance Mackenzie

Warner Anderson

Warner Anderson

Matthew Swain / Narrator

Ed Nelson

Ed Nelson

Dr. Michael Rossi

Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow

Allison Mackenzie

Ryan O'Neal

Ryan O'Neal

Rodney Harrington

Barbara Parkins

Barbara Parkins

Betty Anderson

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