Episode Number: 417

Episode Title: Blind Faith

Original Air Date: April 22, 2000


Gary temporarily loses his sight in an accident and must rely on instinct to rescue a 9-year-old boy.

Kyle Chandler (as Gary Hobson)
Shanesia Williams (as Marissa Clark)

Guest Starring:
Elya Baskin: Vadim
Adam Tanguay: Nathan "Nate" Calvin
Blake Heron: Cameron Ahern (?)
Lukas Behnken: Blake Molinaro (?)

Chris Rehmann: Zed
Martina Mapoma:Clerk
Jane Galloway Heitz: Nurse Ashley

Other character names: Mrs. Calvin, Cabbie, Nate's Grandmother, Transit Woman, Cop1, Cop2, Flower Shop Man at Hospital, Punk Teenager#3 (Zed?)


Developed by:
Bob Brush


Created by:
Patrick Q Page
Vik Rubenfeld
Ian Abrams


Produced by:
CBS Productions
Columbia TriStar Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment company
All rights reserved


Technical & Production Credits:

Theme by:
W G Snuffy Walden

Music by:
Joseph Stanley Williams

Edited by:
Bud Friedgen, A.C.E.

Production Designer:
Gary Baugh

Director of Photography:
Ross Berryman, A.C.S.

Consulting Producers:
Dianne Messina Stanley
James Stanley

Kyle Chandler

Supervising Producer:
Randy Roberts
Eric Tuchman
Carla Kettner

Produced by:
Loucas George

Co-Executive Producer:
Alex Taub
Gary Nelson

Executive Producer:
Lillah McCarthy

Executive Consultant:
Bob Brush


Written by: Jeff Pinkner

Directed by: Jim Quinn


--- ending credits ---

Executive Producer:
Jeff Melvoin

Associate Producer:
Kathryn Riordan
Lisa I Vinnecour

Executive Story Editor:
Josh Appelbaum
Andre Nemec

Story Editor:
Doris Egan
Jeff Pinkner

Unit Production Manager:
Bob Rolsky

1st Assistant Director:
Richard Lederer

2nd Assistant Director:
Anthony Hemingway

Casting by:
Robert J Ulrich, CSA
Eric Dawson, CSA
Carol Kritzer, CSA
Jane Alderman, CSA

Costume Design:
Robin McMullan

Camera Operator:
Jim Blanford

Chief Lighting Technician:
Gino Crededio

Key Grip:
John Robertson

Location Manager:
Robin Agron-Breen

Hair Stylist:
Pamela Milone

Jamie Weiss

Production Sound Mixer:
Curt Frisk

Prop Masters:
Bob Volpe

Stunt Coordinator:
Rick Lefevour

Transportation Coordinator:
Ted E Larkowski

Script Coordinator:
Elizabeth Hatrick

Production Coordinator:
Mary Jane Nolan Kelly

Script Supervisor:
Amy Holliday

Supervising Sound Editor:
Jeremy Gordon

Music Editor:
Carolyn J Bahr

Re-Recording Mixer:
Rusty Smith
Bill Freesh

Set Decorator:
Lisa Wolff

Graphic Designer:
Andy Charles

Assistant Editor:
Philip Malamuth

Film and Electronic Laboratory:
Laserpacific Media Corporation™

Presented in:
Dolby Surround where available

Re-recorded at:
Sony Pictures Studios, Culver City, CA

Intervalometer Shots by:
American Time-Lapse

Main Titles Designed by:
Nina Saxon/New Wave Entertainment

Copyright (c) 2000:
TriStar Television, Inc.
CBS Worldwide Inc.
All Rights Reserved

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The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person, living or dead, is entirely coincidental and unintentional.

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