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Nick Tate (Alan Carter) marvelling (weren't we all?) at the set designed by Chuck Conner. It was a stunning backdrop to the stage, and was later auctioned to con attendees.

The line-up of guests on the first day. Left to right: Zenia Merton, Anton Phillips, Prentis Hancock (Paul Morrow), Johnny Byrne (writer, script editor), Nick Tate, and Barry Morse (Prof. Bergman).
The introduction of these lovely people was a moving moment for us all. They all looked super! The series might have happened yesterday, no? I humbly thank each of them for having attended--the Convention was an experience I'll never forget.

"There's No Business Like Show Business!" The cast and Alphans break into song :)

Nick Tate "hanging out" with some fans (left to right: Roy Bjellquist, Elaine Burke, Lew Place, Isobel Hoy)

Lots of goodies in the Memorabilia Room. Costumes are from the collection of Corey LeChat.

Three fine gentlemen: Bob Wood, Barry Morse, and Tony Wynn. Bob and Tony are working with Mr. Morse on his autobiography. I have to admit, Barry Morse was the main draw for me. Prof. Bergman was always my favourite character, and Mr. Morse was an animated, witty speaker. During this session, he related an anecdote about George Bernard Shaw, which for me was so timely as to be eerie!
The actor joined Barbara Bain on Saturday night for a performance of "Love Letters", by A. R. Gurney, and it was great to see the two of them together again. Ms. Bain looked beautiful, as always. The finale to the play was especially poignant, and left me with a lump in my throat.

Me and "the Man"!

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