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The West Wing/Lord John Marbury

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Lord John Marbury
Season 1, Episode 11
Airdate January 5, 2000
Production Number 225910
Writer(s) teleplay
Aaron Sorkin
& Patrick Caddell
Patrick Caddell
& Lawrence O'Donnell, Jr.
Director(s) Kevin Rodney Sullivan
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Lord John Marbury is the eleventh episode of the first season of The West Wing.

Starring: Rob Lowe (Sam Seaborn), Moira Kelly (Mandy Hampton), Dulé Hill (Charlie Young), Allison Janney (C.J. Cregg), Richard Schiff (Toby Ziegler), John Spencer (Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford (Josh Lyman)

And Martin Sheen (President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet)

Special Guest Stars: John Amos (Admiral Percy Fitzwallace)

With Roger Rees (Lord John Marbury)

Guest Starring: Janel Moloney (Donna Moss), Elisabeth Moss (Zoey Bartlet), John Diehl (Larry Claypool), James Hong (Chinese Ambassador), Eric Avari (Pakistani Ambassador), David Doty (Military Officer), Clyde Kusatsu (Joe), Iqbal Theba (Indian Ambassador)

Co-Starring: Kathryn Joosten (Mrs. Landingham), NiCole Robinson (Margaret), Melissa Fitzgerald (Carol), Bill Stevenson (Jaworski), Charles Hoyes (Thompson), Ryan Cutrona (CIA Director George Rollie), Gary Cervantes (Bobby), Ralph Meyering, Jr. (Tom), J. David Krassner (Jack), Christopher Kriesa (Mitch), Bill Duffy (Larry), Peter James Smith (Ed), Tom Hall (Officer), Dafidd McCracken (Security Officer), Charles Noland (Reporter #1), Colin Gray (Bruce), Roger Ranney (Civilian)


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