Perfect Strangers Episode Guide
Season Seven Credits
(1991 - 1992)

Broadcast Information:
24 episodes aired from September 20, 1991 through April 18, 1992 on Fridays at 9:00 p.m. in 1991.  At the beginning of 1992, the show was again moved to 9:30 p.m. on Fridays for a few weeks and was then switched to Saturday nights at 9:00 p.m. on February 1, 1992 where it would remain for the rest of the season (although summer repeats would be shown on Saturday nights at 9:30 p.m. until July, when it was moved back to Friday nights at 9:30 p.m.)

Opening Credits:

Bronson Pinchot
Mark Linn-Baker
Rebeca Arthur as Mary Anne
(once again the girls' names switched so Rebeca has top credit this season)
Melanie Wilson as Jennifer
Belita Moreno as Lydia
Sam Anderson as Mr. Gorpley

Consulting Producer: James OíKeefe
Producer: Tom Devanney
Supervising Producer: Terry Hart
Co-Executive Producer: Paula A. Roth (listed as Executive Producer from Fright Night on)
Executive Producers: William Bickley & Michael Warren

End Credits:

Executive Producers: Thomas L. Miller; Robert L. Boyett
Producers: Barry OíBrien & Cheryl Alu
Associate Producer: Michael J. Morris
Executive Story Consultant: Tom Amundsen
Story Editor: Thomas R. Nance
Executive Consultant: Dale McRaven
Unit Production Manager / Production Supervisor: Miles Kristman
First Assistant Director: Connie Garcia-Singer
Second Assistant Director: Robert Altshuler
Edited by: Pam Marshall
Director of Photography: Tony Askins, A.S.C.
Art Director: Lynn Griffin
Executive in Charge of Casting: Barbara Miller, C.S.A.
Casting by: Joanne Koehler
Music by: Steven Chesne; Jesse Frederick & Bennett Salvay (on Weekend at Ferdinandís; Wild Turkey; Dimitriís World; Wayne Man; The Elevator; Chicago Suite; Get Me to the Dump on Time); Gary Boren (on Fright Night; Citizenship parts 1 & 2)
Theme Song "Nothingís Gonna Stop Me Now" by: Jesse Frederick & Bennett Salvay
Theme Song Performed by: David Pomeranz
Menís Wardrobe: Bob Squire
Womenís Wardrobe: Gina Trikonis
Set Decorator: Bonnie Dermer-Brockliss
Continuity Supervisor: Marilyn Bagley
Make-Up: Joe Hailey
Special Make-Up By: Matthew W. Mungle (on Citizenship parts 1 and 2)
Hair Stylist: Gail Rowell-Ryan; Katherine Kotarakos (Wayne Man)
Property Master: Dominic Belmonte
Technical Coordinator: Erik Emi (sometimes spelled Eric Emi?)
Sound Mixer: Walter Baker
Music Director: Gregory Sill
Post Production Services by: Laser-Pacific; Telecine Tech; Image Transform, Inc. (from Two Angry Men on)
Color by: CFI
Re-Recording Mixers: Thomas J. Huth, Rick Himot (with David E. Fluhr on This New House; The Elevator); (with Sam Black on Fright Night; The Gazebo; Citizenship parts 1 & 2; Dimitriís World; Car Tunes; Two Angry Men; Missing; Going Once, Going Twice; Yes Sir, Thatís My Baby; Stress Test; . . . Or Get Off the Pot; Chicago Suite; It Had to Be You, Get Me to the Dump on Time) (just David E. Fluhr & Rick Himot on Wild Turkey; Door to Door; The Playís the Thing)
Re-Recorded by: Larson Sound Center
Sound Editor: Andre Caporaso (from Fright Night on)
Music Editor: Robert H. Raff

Laurel & Hardy Characters Trademark and Copyright ©1991 Larry Harmon Pictures Incorporated (on The Gazebo)

Wayne Newtonís performance from the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel provided courtesy of Childrenís Miracle Network (on Wayne Man)

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The theme song remained the same, except that the shorter versions were still sometimes played before the show.