Crossings (miniseries)

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Crossings is a 1986 American TV miniseries based on the bonkbuster novel by Danielle Steel. [1] It first aired an ABC. [2]



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  1. Jacobs, J. (Nov 21, 1985). "Wining and dining the 'Crossings' cast". Los Angeles Times. ProQuest   292191651.
  2. O'Connor, John J. (24 February 1986). "'Crossings,' Mini-Series Starring Cheryl Ladd". Retrieved 26 May 2023.