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Buckley became famous nation-wide when, in 1977, she was cast as "Abby Bradford," the stepmother to the "Eight is Enough" family on the ABC hit series. The dramatic role brought her fans and critical acclaim for her sympathetic portrayal of a young second wife. " Buckley appeared in the feminist musical comedy, "I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It on the Road," by Gretchen Cryer, in Los Angeles and New York during breaks from other projects in the late 1970s and early 1980s. S. Elliot was still selling out every performance in London when auditions began for its New York run.
Little Fauss and Big Halsy, Columbia, 1970. Get Rhythm, Sun, 1970. The Johnny Cash Show, Epic, 1970. Rough Cut King of Country Music, Sun, 1970. Sunday Down South with Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1970. Show, Columbia, 1971. Johnny Cash: The Man, the World, His Music, Sun, 1971. Man in Black, Columbia, 1971. (With Jerry Lee Lewis) Johnny Cash Sings Hank Williams, Sun, The Baron, Columbia, 1981. (With Lewis and Carl Perkins) The Survivors, Columbia, 1982. (With Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Kris Kristofferson) Highwayman, Columbia, 1985.
At Folsom Prison, Columbia, 1968. Old Golden Throat, Columbia, 1968. Holy Land, Columbia, 1969. At San Quentin, Columbia, 1969. Johnny Cash, Harmony, 1969. Original Golden Hits: Volume I and II, Sun, 1969. Cash • 33 Show Time with the Tennessee Two, Sun, 1970. Story Songs of Trains and Rivers with the Tennessee Two, Sun, 1970. Hello, I'm Johnny Cash, Columbia, 1970. The World of Johnny Cash, Columbia, 1970. Singing Storyteller with the Tennessee Two, Sun, 1970. (With June Carter) Jackson, Columbia, 1970.