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|Green Dolphin Beat|
|Written by||Robert Ward|
|Directed by||Tommy Lee Wallace|
|Starring||John Wesley Shipp|
Jeffrey D. Sams
|Music by||Peter Manning Robinson|
|Country of origin||USA|
E. Duke Vincent
|Cinematography||Tobias A. Schliessler|
|Running time||96 min.|
|Production company(s)||Robert Ward Productions|
|Original network||Fox Network|
|Original release||June 27, 1994|
- Return of the Native Baltimore nostalgia runs deep for Ward in life and new book: [FINAL Edition] Warren, Tim. The Sun; Baltimore, Md. [Baltimore, Md]26 Mar 1993: 1C.
- Review at Variety
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