Sep. 20, 1977
60 min.
CBS TV Network

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Lou Grant

A continuation of the character of Lou Grant, created by Edward Asner on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." Lou Grant moves to Los Angeles where he becomes the city editor of the fictitious Los Angeles Tribune. The program attempts to provide a look at the workings of a large city newspaper and provides a forum for airing and debating topical issues.

Character Guide | Cast/Crew | Guest Stars
Lou Grantplayed by Edward Asner
played by Edward Asner
Joe Rossiplayed by Robert Walden
played by Robert Walden
Art Donovanplayed by Jack Bannon
played by Jack Bannon
Charlie Humeplayed by Mason Adams
played by Mason Adams
Billie Newmanplayed by Linda Kelsey
played by Linda Kelsey
played by Daryl Anderson
Margaret Pynchonplayed by Nancy Marchand
played by Nancy Marchand
Carla Mardigianplayed by Rebecca Balding
played by Rebecca Balding
Jaysonplayed by Michael Irving
played by Michael Irving
Rubin Castilloplayed by Emilio Delgado
played by Emilio Delgado
George Driscollplayed by Peter Hobbs
played by Peter Hobbs
Wayne Burroughsplayed by Ray Oliver
played by Ray Oliver
Jack Towneplayed by Richard B. Shull  

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