Rags to Riches (1987–1988)
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A wealthy businessman decides to soften his "cutthroat" image by adopting some children. He winds up adopting six girls and isn't prepared for the problems that come with them.

Director:

Bruce Seth Green

Writer:

Bernie Kukoff
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Joseph Bologna ... Nick Foley
Tisha Campbell-Martin ... Marva Foley (as Tisha Campbell)
Blanca De Garr Blanca De Garr ... Patty Foley (as Blanca DeGarr)
Kimiko Gelman ... Rose Foley
Heather McAdam ... Nina Foley
Bridget Michele Bridget Michele ... Diane Foley
Heidi Zeigler Heidi Zeigler ... Mickey Foley
Douglas Seale ... John Clapper
Leslie Bevis ... Carlotta Newton
Billy Warlock ... Tommy
Mary Gillis Mary Gillis ... Miss Provo
Julie Payne Julie Payne
Bill Maher ... Freddie
Woody Eney Woody Eney
Audre Johnston Audre Johnston
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A wealthy businessman decides to soften his "cutthroat" image by adopting some children. He winds up adopting six girls and isn't prepared for the problems that come with them.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 1987 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The girls live in room 204 at the Margaret Keating Home for Girls. See more »

Goofs

When Rose reads aloud from the Herald newspaper, it is different than what is seen printed in the article. See more »

Quotes

Patty Foley: [walking in the dark, imitating Dracula] "Diane, I'm coming to eat your hair! Muah ha ha ha ha!"
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Connections

Followed by Rags to Riches (1987) See more »

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very good show
26 February 2006 | by jynjerbearSee all my reviews

I loved watching this show when I was growing up. I had my Mom record every episode every week. My tapes are now starting to go bad and I am afraid of playing them for fear that the machine will eat them. I have every episode on three VCR tapes including both of the 2 hour movies. I wish that they would come out on DVD so that I can continue enjoying the shows and also show them to my children. I have a five year old that loves to listen to the 50's and 60's music so I know that he will enjoy them. The shows have lessons in each and every one and would feel safe to allow all my children of all ages to watch them. We could sing and dance right along to the music and different dances. I hope that they release the entire series out real soon so that we can enjoy watching a good family show instead of some of the shows they have on TV right now. It's hard to find good shows to watch that I would approve my children to watch. This is a very good show and I would recommend it to everyone.


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