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Peyton Place ratings (TV show, 1964-1969)

Peyton Place
Rank14,362 / 18,987
GenresRomance, Drama
Total votes225
Average votes8
Average rating6.9 / 10

The original primetime soap took place in the title town, which was founded by the Peyton family, whose members included the Harringtons. Some of the plots involved Rodney Harrington, the oldest son, choosing between bad girl Betty Anderson or fragile Allison MacKenzie. His brother Norman took up with working class Rita Jacks. Allison's mother Connie was keeping a secret about her daughter's birth. People married and divorced, loved and lost. Murder, illicit passion, insanity, and secrets were the staples of Peyton Place.

Directors: Everett Chambers, Gerald Mayer, Harvey Hart, Jeffrey Hayden, John Erman, John Newland, Lee Philips, Paul Monash, Stanley Z. Cherry, Ted Post, Walter Doniger, William J. Hole Jr.Writers: Ann Marcus, Carol Sobieski, Daniel Gregory Browne, Del Reisman, Don Balluck, Franklin Barton, Gerry Day, Glynn Turman, Grace Metalious, Harold Gast, Irna Phillips, Jerry Ziegman, John Wilder, Lee Erwin, Lionel E. Siegel, Malcolm Marmorstein, Mathilde Ferro, Michael Gleason, Nina Laemmle, Paul Monash, Peggy O'Shea, Richard Carr, Richard De Roy, Robert J. Shaw, Theodore Ferro
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