Cast of Bridges to Cross BRIDGES TO CROSS
CBS Television
April 24, 1986 to June 12, 1986
Created by Robert W. Lenski and "B." T. Brown
An Echo Cove Production in association with Lorimar-Telepictures

A one-hour drama series about two divorcees who are journalists on World Week, a Washington, DC newsmagazine. Tracy Bridges and Peter Cross write the column "Bridges to Cross" in which they take opposite points of view.

Series Cast

Episodes  photo of Roddy McDowall and Eva Gabor

Memories of Molly

Original Airdate: May 15, 1986
Written by Michael Hoey
Directed by Sharron Miller
Producer: Christopher Beaumont
Music by Mark Snow

Guest Stars: Ann Nelson, Alan Miller, Madlyn Rhue, Susan French, Charles Lampkin, Nancy Cartwright, Aubri Martin, Lewis Dauber, Paula Marchese, Morgan Loftig, Kim Joseph

Take a Cup of Kindness

Original Airdate: May 22, 1986
Written by William Blinn
Directed by William Wiard
Producer: Christopher Beaumont
Music by Mark Snow

Guest Stars: Kevin McCarthy, Warren Kemmerling, Casey Biggs, Terence Currien, Ron David, Roger Frazier, Bobby Hosea, Alex Rodine, Bruce Elliott, Jill Reuther, Loren James, Marvin Hunter, Danny Ray, Jenifur Stokes

Yesterday Upon the Stair

Written by William Blinn
Directed by Philip Leacock

Guest Stars: Cecille Callan (Sharon Lambert), Zero Hubbard (D.W.Shane)

Tracy clashes with the new story editor.

Looks Like Up to Me   Screen Captures

Written by Christopher Beaumont
Directed by Arthur Alan Seidelman
Executive Producer: William Blinn

Guest Stars: James Sutorius (Dean Richmond), Jeff MacKay (Richie), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Jack Allward)
Co-starring Nomi Mitty, Albert Powell
Featuring David Partington, Janet Cole-Notey, Richard Jewkes, Dorothy Palin

Tracy and Peter work on a story about a union while having to deal with a newly-hired brilliant writer who is recently released from prison and experiencing difficulty adjusting to life "outside".


Roddy McDowall and Suzanne Pleshette first met in 1957 in the Broadway production of Compulsion, and were reunited a decade later in The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin, a Disney spoof of gold-rush sagas.

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