The Edge of Night (1956–1984)

Episode #1.6069 

Jed follows Steve and Paige after they leave Calvin's room. In the hospital parking garage, Jed fires shots at Steve and Paige. Steve returns fire and has Jed to dead to right, but he ... See full summary »

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Ann Flood Ann Flood ... Nancy Karr (credit only)
Mandel Kramer Mandel Kramer ... Bill Marceau (credit only)
Forrest Compton ... Mike Karr (credit only)
Denny Albee Denny Albee ... Steve Guthrie
Jayne Bentzen Jayne Bentzen ... Nicole Cavanaugh
Vasili Bogazianos ... Mickey Dials
Margaret Colin ... Paige Madison
Tony Craig ... Draper Scott (credit only)
Joel Crothers ... Dr. Miles Cavanaugh
Terry Davis ... April Cavanaugh Scott
Frances Fisher ... Deborah Saxon (credit only)
Sharon Gabet ... Raven Swift (credit only)
Lee Godart ... Eliot Dorn
Bruce Gray ... Owen Madison
Lois Kibbee Lois Kibbee ... Geraldine Saxon (credit only)
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Jed follows Steve and Paige after they leave Calvin's room. In the hospital parking garage, Jed fires shots at Steve and Paige. Steve returns fire and has Jed to dead to right, but he freezes when he remembers shooting teenager Joey Dials. Jed uses Steve's hesitation to flee the scene. Paige tries to comfort Steve over being gun shy. At the Unicorn, bartender Mickey Dials flashes back to the day brother Joey died. Mickey remembers substituting Joey's real gun for a cap pistol, thereby framing Steve for shooting an "innocent" teenager. Written by Skip Eastport

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10 August 1979 (USA) See more »

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