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January 6th, 2003

Deborah Harmon

Back in 2000, a simple scribe about Just the Ten of Us launched this site. It was followed up in 2001 with more about the show, and in 2002 with a fine piece about Bill Kirchenbauer. This year, it’s Deborah Harmon‘s turn.

Elizabeth Lubbock, Graham’s understanding and witty wife, was played by one Deborah Harmon. She’s the same Deborah Harmon who was in Back to the Future, reporting on the possible plutonium theft, as noted here. She smoked in two episodes. It looks like she’s signing autographs to this day. And, she was mentioned in a MENTIS Quiz Bowl. And best of all, her IMDB entry notes that she was born in Chicago – something I managed to overlook all this time. I’m not surprised that such a talent comes from the Windy City.

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FROM: Ryan
DATE: Monday January 6, 2003 -- 1:30:22 pm
Don't forget her appearance in "Used Cars" with Kurt Russell as the astranged daughter of the car lot owner



FROM: Matt
DATE: Tuesday January 7, 2003 -- 12:41:22 am
Chicago is full of lots of hot wind.



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Tuesday May 6, 2003 -- 12:33:16 am
So no one else has commented here but me and some guy named Matt? What is this nonsense? Just The Ten Of Us was/is a great show; Nick at Nite should really pick up the show.



FROM: (D. Original) Ryan
DATE: Tuesday May 6, 2003 -- 10:09:07 am
Give it five more months.



FROM: robert attubato
DATE: Saturday August 20, 2005 -- 6:50:49 pm
Do you have a contact number for Deborah Harmon? I would like to communicate with her in reference to a series she did in the 1980's titiled"What's Up America" One episode dealt with a car converted to a hybrid that got 200 mpg. I'd like to know if she remembers any of the principals invloved especially the mechanic in Manhattan Beach who did the conversion. I am working with a Prof. Van Vorst at UCLA trying to generate this information. Thanks for any help you can give. Bob A



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