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    • KING'S CROSSING JANUARY 16, 1982-FEBRUARY 27, 1982 KING'S CROSSING   Patrick Allison    David Cohn Jillian Beauchamp     Doran Clark      (young Jillian)      Heather Hobbs Louisa _____ Beauchamp    Beatrice Straight Dr. Bloom     Donegan Smith Willa Bristol     Dorothy Meyer Barbara Daniels   Royce Wallace Robert Garrett      Brian Patrick Clarke Sam Garrett          Mitchell Ryan Brian Gumshore    Tom Poston Carol ___ Hadary  Stephanie Braxton Professor Jonathan Hadary   Michael Zaslow Mimi Hadary    Bridgette Anderson Carey Hollister     Marilyn Jones      (Young Carey)    Dyan Hobday Lauren Hollister   Linda Hamilton          (Young Lauren)     Elizabeth Hoy Nan Beauchamp Hollister   Mary Frann Paul Hollister    Bradford Dillman Mark Horowitz    Rick Stuart  Julie Hudson      Rona Edwards  Billy McCall        Daniel Zippi Josh McCall    (?)Harry Northrup                          Richard Jaeckel Jeff Newman     Martin Donavan Miriam __  Pozen  Jean Kane Dr. Rivkin       Earl Boen  Robert Stein    Robert Stoneman Ray Walker     Jeff Corey     Donna             Jennifer Parsons Jackie              Sands Hall Jed                  Ed Call Les                  Randy Rudy Max                Phil Leeds       Acto                Tom Virtue Customer        Lance  Rosen Movie Theater Guy    Edward Lupinsky Principal           Archie Lang    Salesgirl           Allyce Beasley Sheriff            John Karlen Students       Tim Maier                        Julie Dolan     ??????????? Jack Fletcher Brian Matthews Lucy Lynn Norris Noel P. Scott D.W.Wright                         THE SECRETS OF MIDLAND HEIGHTS DECEMBER 6, 1980-JANUARY 24, 1981 MIDLAND HEIGHTS     Etta ___ Borman     Bea Silvern Max Borman     Gordon Clark Burt Carroll       Lorenzo Lamas  Hilda ____  Carroll   K Callan Micki Carroll    Melora Hardin Clay Cole     Michael Prince Serena  ___ Costin      Erica Yohn Eric Dexter     Fred Weiss Lucy __ Dexter    Jenny O'Hara Anne Dulles  Doran Clark Helen Millington Dulles     Kathleen Widdoes John Grey     Jim Youngs  Mike Grey     Christopher Stone Nancy ___ Grey     Arlene Golonka Julie Hammond    Denise Nicholas Mrs. Harris    Toni Sawyer Fran ___ Hilliard     Marie Masters Mark Hudson    Bill Thornbury  (80-81)                             Robin Strand Henry Johnson      Peter Hobbs Tracey Johnson    Laura Johnson Dr. Loy      Stephen McNally Guy Millington     Jordan Christopher Margaret ___ Millington    Martha Scott Calvin Richardson    Mark Pinter Lisa Rogers    Linda Hamilton Dr. Sims    Donegan Smith Karen Weaver     Lee Chamberlin Danny Welsh     Stephen Manley    Professor Nathan Welsh     Robert Hogan Teddy Welsh     Daniel Zippi Dorothy ___ Wheeler    Bibi Besch Holly Wheeler (Pilot)    Linda Grovenor                     Marilyn Jones Martin Wheeler     William Jordan   Mrs. Wolf     Ann Nelson     Al             Jonathan Prince Chris        Lisa Alpert Jesus        Henry Darrow Sue           Irene Arreaga Madame Zeena       Zohra Lampert   Carnie            Martin Beck High School Student   Stan Wells Sheriff      Fred Pinkard  
    • After EDGE Ended, OLTL asked Sharon Rose Gabet to Come on in 1985 and they planned to bring back and recast the role of Echo Di SaVoy but took AW  instead and says that was a mistake   OLTL asked Sharon to reprise Melinda in 1997 but had to pass since she was out of the US  
    • After EDGE Ended, OLTL asked Sharon Rose Gabet to Come on in 1985 and they planned to bring back and recast the role of Echo Di SaVoy but took AW  instead and says that was a mistake
    • Christopher Cousins is  playing Dante's doctor   
    • This is my problem with back from the dead stories, in general. You have to suspend any understanding of basic human emotion to buy into it, and that's a no-go for me. Your assessment of the story is right on the money. The false starts were stretched out for way too long that by the time Cady's Dixie returned and reunited with everyone, you just didn't care anymore. The backstory was so convoluted, and that made it even harder to accept her return without reservation. It just never felt like she was really "back" for good, so when she was killed off again, it wasn't very surprising nor was it really that sad. The show was just in a really ugly place by then. Di was never fully developed as an actual character because I guess they didn't think they'd have to? So she became yet another aimless character in that age range, sharing the role of "female Aidan" with Erin Lavery. Mustn't forget the de-SORAS'ed frat boy Del.

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