|The Daughters of Joshua Cabe|
|Written by||Paul Savage|
|Directed by||Philip Leacock|
|Music by||Jeff Alexander|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producers|| Aaron Spelling |
|Producer||Richard E. Lyons|
|Cinematography||Archie R. Dalzell|
(as Arch Dalzell)
|Running time||74 minutes|
|Production company||Spelling-Goldberg Productions|
|Distributor||Sony Pictures Television|
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