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The City (1995)

The City (1995)

The City is a spin off from the soap opera Loving and premiered on November 13, 1995.

Characters from 'Loving' moved to Soho, New York where the series was set. Later in the series the character of Tracy Quartermaine was introduced who had previously been on the more popular ABC soap opera 'General Hospital'.

With low ratings the series was cancelled in 1997.
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Episode Info

Final: 3x62 -- Episode 352 (Mar/28/1997)

Jane Elliot
As Tracy Quartermaine (1996-1997)
Randolph Mantooth
As Alex Masters (1995-1997)
Laura Wright
As Ally Rescott Alden Bowman (1995-1997)
Philip Brown (1)
As Buck Huston (1995-1997)
Catherine Hickland
As Tess Wilder Partou Huston (1995-1997)
Debbi Morgan
As Angie Baxter Hubbard Harrison Foster (1995-1997)
Darnell Williams
As Jacob Foster (1995-1997)
George Palermo
As Tony Soleito (1995-1997)
Joseph Sirola
As Gino Soleito #2 (1996-1997)
Amy Van Horne
As Carla Soleito (1996-1997)

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Executive Producer: Jean Dadario Burke
Production Designer: Boyd Dumrose
Staff Writer: Millie Taggart, Tita Bell, Lynn Martin, Royal Miller
Music: Scott Schreer, Laurie Butler (1)
Costume Designer: Elsa Ward
Associate Director: Karen Johnson (3)
Story Consultant: Agnes Nixon

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Warning: The City (1995) guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Soaps
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 12:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: November 13, 1995
Ended: March 20, 1997
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