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DAYS: Coming soon to Jason47: The Birth of Jennifer Rose Horton (sneak peek inside!)


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#1 JAS0N47

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:27 PM

Coming Soon to Jason47's Days Website:  The Birth of Jennifer Rose Horton

 

Episode # 2571

Airdate: Friday, February 6, 1976

 

Sneak Peek:

 

Rosie: (excited) Push a little more now!

Bill: (Low, tense) The cord—make sure the cord—

Rosie: That’s it!

 

(And we hear a near shriek from Laura as the baby is thrust into this world)

 


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#2 cassadine1991

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:29 PM

oh so Jennifer Horton was born on February 6, 1976, everywhere else has it under September 11, 1976


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Posted 27 June 2013 - 07:30 PM

Can't wait.

 

Was Rosie a recurring character or just a nurse for these episodes?


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Posted 27 June 2013 - 08:23 PM

Can't wait.

 

Was Rosie a recurring character or just a nurse for these episodes?

 

A recurring character who somewhat of a triangle story with Nathan Curtis (Neil's father) and Hank (Maggie's farmhand).


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#5 allmc2008

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 08:50 PM

 

Coming Soon to Jason47's Days Website:  The Birth of Jennifer Rose Horton

 

Episode # 2571

Airdate: Friday, February 6, 1976

 

Sneak Peek:

 

Rosie: (excited) Push a little more now!

Bill: (Low, tense) The cord—make sure the cord—

Rosie: That’s it!

 

(And we hear a near shriek from Laura as the baby is thrust into this world)

 

 

Was Bill Bell's influence still on the show still present at this time??


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#6 JAS0N47

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 09:48 PM

oh so Jennifer Horton was born on February 6, 1976, everywhere else has it under September 11, 1976

 

Yes. I think they changed it to September 11 in the 1980s for storyline purposes.  However, she was really born on 2/6/76.  Even Soap Opera Digest recently reported the wrong info. In the Q&A section, a fan asked who played Laura when Jennifer was born. SOD said it was Rosemary Forsyth (probably using the usual 9/11/76 birthdate, a time when Rosemary WAS Laura). However, it was Susan Oliver who was playing Laura when she gave birth to Jennifer on 2/6/76.


Can't wait.

 

Was Rosie a recurring character or just a nurse for these episodes?

 

Yes, this is the debut episode for Fran Ryan, who would play Rosie Carlson from 1976-1979.


 

A recurring character who somewhat of a triangle story with Nathan Curtis (Neil's father) and Hank (Maggie's farmhand).

 

Ironically, when she is introduced, she is said to be a FEMALE version of Hank in the script notes!!


Was Bill Bell's influence still on the show still present at this time??

Yes, Bill was officially with "Days" as its story consultant through April 1978.


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#7 jo.frank88

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Posted 27 June 2013 - 10:09 PM

I love your research info Jason! Thanks so much for all you do and the work you do in researching & keeping records of our show!!


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#8 JAS0N47

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 12:56 AM

I love your research info Jason! Thanks so much for all you do and the work you do in researching & keeping records of our show!!

You're welcome!!   Soon will be wrapping up the final research on 2001, seeing if there are any errors from my original records. Then it's on to 2002. Hoping to be fully done with 2002-2014 by early 2015 or so, and then I'll be releasing the biggest research of all: every episode's cast & set list from 1965-present!!


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 01:15 PM

That's amazing! You're work is truly appreciated by MANY!! I've been a dedicated fan since 1996 and I love being able to learn more about the show in the many years I wasn't yet alive for and to reminisce of my earlier Days memories! You're the best!


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Posted 29 June 2013 - 11:28 AM

I definitely remember seeing this.  I was in high school so I guess we had the day off for some reason.  Rosie wasn't a nurse.  It was her farm house where Bill and Laura took shelter.  Fran Ryan also did the Hungry Jack Biscuit commercials that were popular in the late 70s.


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Posted 29 June 2013 - 12:42 PM

Fran Ryan was a wonderful actress. In addition to playing Rosie, she was the second Doris Ziffel on Green Acres.


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