Rich Man, Poor Man (miniseries)

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Rich Man, Poor Man is a 1976 American television miniseries based on the 1969 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw that aired on ABC in one- or two-hour episodes mostly on Monday nights over seven weeks, beginning February 1.wikipedia
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Rich Man, Poor Man is a 1976 American television miniseries based on the 1969 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw that aired on ABC in one- or two-hour episodes mostly on Monday nights over seven weeks, beginning February 1.
In 1976, it was made into a popular miniseries starring Peter Strauss, Nick Nolte, and Susan Blakely.

Rich Man, Poor Man (novel)

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Rich Man, Poor Man is a 1976 American television miniseries based on the 1969 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw that aired on ABC in one- or two-hour episodes mostly on Monday nights over seven weeks, beginning February 1.
The novel was adapted into a 1976 miniseries.

Susan Blakely

The film stars Peter Strauss, Nick Nolte and Susan Blakely.
She is best known for her leading role in the 1976 ABC miniseries, Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama.

Miniseries

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Rich Man, Poor Man is a 1976 American television miniseries based on the 1969 novel of the same name by Irwin Shaw that aired on ABC in one- or two-hour episodes mostly on Monday nights over seven weeks, beginning February 1.
Rich Man, Poor Man, based on the novel by Irwin Shaw, was broadcast in 12 one-hour episodes in 1976 by ABC.

Rich Man, Poor Man Book II

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It spawned the sequel Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, which aired from September 1976 through March 1977.
A sequel to Rich Man, Poor Man that had aired the previous season, it focused on the further exploits and conflicts of the Jordache family.

William Smith (actor)

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William Smith as Anthony Falconetti
One of his better-known roles was Anthony Falconetti in the 1970s television mini-series Rich Man, Poor Man.

Peter Strauss

The film stars Peter Strauss, Nick Nolte and Susan Blakely.
His other noted television miniseries credits include starring roles in Rich Man, Poor Man, its sequel Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, and Masada.

Nick Nolte

The film stars Peter Strauss, Nick Nolte and Susan Blakely.
Nolte first starred in the television miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, based on Irwin Shaw's 1970 best-selling novel.

Robert Reed

Robert Reed as Teddy Boylan
In 1976, he earned two Primetime Emmy Award nominations for his guest-starring role in a two-part episode of Medical Center and for his work on the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Fionnula Flanagan

Fionnula Flanagan as Clothilde
She won an Emmy Award for her performance as Clothilde in the 1976 network miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Norman Fell

Norman Fell as Smitty
He was nominated for an Emmy Award for his dramatic performance as the boxing trainer of Tom Jordache (Nick Nolte) in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Gloria Grahame

Gloria Grahame as Sue Prescott
Grahame can be seen as well in a 1970 episode of Mannix titled “Duet for Three” and in small roles in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man and Seventh Avenue.

Kim Darby

Kim Darby as Virginia Calderwood
She played the unhinged Virginia Calderwood in the first television miniseries, Rich Man, Poor Man in 1976.

Bill Bixby

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Bill Bixby as Willie Abbott
Returning to television, Bixby worked with Susan Blakely on Rich Man, Poor Man, a highly successful television miniseries in 1976.

Leigh McCloskey

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Leigh McCloskey as Billy Abbott
He began his professional acting career playing Billy Abbott in the original miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Harvey Jason

Harvey Jason as Pinky
A character actor in films including The Gumball Rally and The Lost World: Jurassic Park, he also played in dozens of TV roles in the 1970s and 1980s, including Pinky in Rich Man, Poor Man and Harry Zief in Captains and the Kings, both made in 1976.

Herbert Jefferson Jr.

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Herbert Jefferson Jr. as Roy Dwyer
Jefferson also co-starred as merchant seaman Roy Dwyer in the award-winning novel for television Rich Man, Poor Man, its sequel, Rich Man, Poor Man Book II, and in other TV films such as the Emmy Award-winning mini series drama The Law, with Judd Hirsch, as Jamaican defendant Maxwell Fall, and the Revolutionary War Novel for TV, The Bastard as Lucas, one of the legendary Minutemen, which is based on the best selling book by historical novelist John Jakes.

Kay Lenz

Kay Lenz as Kate Jordache
Lenz made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gunsmoke, MacGyver, McCloud, Cannon, and Petrocelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man in 1976, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award.

Lawrence Pressman

Lawrence Pressman as Bill Denton
Pressman played Bill Denton in the 1976 miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Lynda Day George

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Lynda Day George as Linda Quayles
She played supporting roles in Rich Man, Poor Man, Roots, and Once an Eagle.

Tim McIntire

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Tim McIntire as Brad Knight
He guest starred in Christopher Jones's ABC western The Legend of Jesse James and in the 1976 miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man.

Josette Banzet

Josette Banzet as Miss Lenaut
She won a [[Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film|Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Television Film]] for her performance in Rich Man, Poor Man.

Dennis Dugan

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Dennis Dugan as Claude Tinker
He also appeared in the mini-series Rich Man, Poor Man, as well as two episodes of M*A*S*H and in 1978 starred in the short-lived series Richie Brockelman, Private Eye, a spin-off from The Rockford Files.