Network: CBC Television Network
Broadcast Run: 1964 to 1965
Broadcast Medium: Television
Aired Monday to Friday, at various times, from December 1964 to September 1965.
With the rise in popularity of American soap operas, aka daytime dramas, the CBC produced one of its own in the mid-1960s. This was a daily serial drama, produced by John Trent, and was sold to NBC television in the United States.
The show revolved around the trials and tribulations of the Wallace family, who lived in a college town. The lead character, Dr. Robert Wallace, was a clinical psychologist who taught at the local university in addition to having his own private practice. At one point the show boasted 60 different characters in a typical week.
Douglas Watson as Dr. Robert Wallace
Louise King as Nancy Wallace
Michael Dodds as Johnny Wallace
Barbara Pierce as Sheila Wallace
Anna Hagan as Linda Harris
Toby Tarnow as Carol Williams
Cec Linder as Dean Hogarth
Peter Donat as Dr. Vincent Conway
Robert Goodier as Walter Leeds
Chris Wiggins as Dexter Elliot
Contributing writer: Clare Kennedy
Written by John Corcelli – May, 2005