Baldwin, Kristen; Goldblatt, Henry; Karpel, Ari; Flynn, Gillian; Ross, Dalton; Wheat, Alynda; Fonseca, Nicholas; Bierly, Mandi; Boeth, Jennifer; Cruz, Clarissa; Dombal, Ryan; Feitelberg, Amy; Gopalan, Nisha; Jensen, Jeff; Johnson, Tricia; Katz, Paul; Labrecque, Jeff; Pastorek, Whitney; Rice, Lynette; Rich, Joshua
September 2005
Entertainment Weekly;9/9/2005, Issue 838/839, p62
Focuses on the role to be portrayed by actress Geena Davis in the television program "Commander in Chief," to be aired on ABC on September 27, 2005.


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