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The Cara Williams Show

The Cara Williams Show

Description: The Cara Williams Show is an American situation comedy starring Cara Williams which centers on a married couple who try to conceal their marriage from their employer. Original episodes aired from September 23, 1964, until April 21, 1965. Wikipedia
Genre: ["Comedy","Drama","Family","Music","Romance","Comedy"]
Year Released: 1964
Number of seasons: 1
Number of episodes: 30
First episode air date: September 23, 1964
Network: CBS
Genre: Sitcom
Language: English
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