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  1. The Holy Grail of Soap Collecting

    The American Heritage center in Laramie, Wyoming has the Frank & Doris Hursley Papers in their collection, that contains scripts, outlines and other documents relating to the Hursley’s work. I contacted their staff and they generously sent me scans of the original GH story outline, the story projections for the show’s first six months, and correspondence between ABC New York and Doris Hursley. They also have the Bridget & Jerome Dobson papers. Their research room is open to the public, and you can go through the boxes. I have plans to go to the west coast next summer, and am trying to fit in a trip to Laramie.
  2. Classic GH Thread

    Robin’s three godfathers were Frisco, Sean and Buzz. As for Sandy Stryker, she left GH and nursing in March of 1987 to become a veterinarian. And in June of ‘87, Buzz requested a month’s leave of absence to go help an old buddy start a clinic for Veterans, but he never returned.
  3. Classic GH Thread

    YES!! Thank you! It was driving me nuts!
  4. Classic GH Thread

    Does anyone recognize the child actor in the following episode? It’s driving me nuts! The scene starts @ 25:42 with David Wallace (Tom Hardy) and continues later in scenes with Wallace and Laura Carrington (Simone).
  5. General Hospital July 2018

    Oscar and Joss were added to intro today.
  6. All "Unmasked" Moments in Soaps

    I remember being shocked when GH had dealer of fake art Constance Chapman (Patricia North) turn out to be Lucy Coe (a returning Lynn Herring) in disguise.
  7. Best Soap Opera Opening

    I always think it is cool to see American soaps as they air in foreign countries. Here is the ‘Faces of the Heart’ to GH when it aired in France. And the “Autumn Breeze” version in German.
  8. Best Soap Opera Opening

    Although I wasn’t a huge fan of Loving, I am a fan of murder mysteries and the Loving murders opening perfectly set the mood for the episodes when a character was murdered.
  9. GH: June 2018 Discussion Thread

    Did anyone notice that Kim told Joss that she did some training on a mental ward. Could Kim know Nelle from her time in the looney bin, and be in on Nelle’s scheme that Michael is her baby daddy?
  10. Classic GH Thread

    Ugh, the third of four actresses to play Dawn Winthrop was so miscast. Poor Lisa Fuller. I had such a (non-sexual) crush on Dawn #4, Jennifer Guthrie!
  11. Classic GH Thread

    6th in line was Zelda Berstein, the Quartermaine family lawyer, played by Sarah Simmons.
  12. GH: June 2018 Discussion Thread

    My silly hub’s response when I told him DZ tweeted he was done at the show: “Guess he has no F uckineri’s left to give.”
  13. GH: June 2018 Discussion Thread

    Mike’s story has stalled somewhat, sans being turned into more of the secret of Croton (the place where Sonny buried the body of an enemy, that Mike somehow knew about, then dug up the body and moved it, and now doesn’t remember , but sometimes remembers, where he moved the body to) that Mike almost shared with Felix, who is his full time nurse.
  14. GH: June 2018 Discussion Thread

    Observations from my hubs, who has been watching with me over the last few weeks, but pretends he’s doing things on his mobile device instead: ”That girl (referring to Nelle) is good (as an actress), but her part sucks” ”What drugs is Maxie on? She looks awful.” Last week it was, “They got a new Maxie? Did the other one O.D.?” ”He needs to just leave the show.” Referring to Michael Easton as Finn. ”Carly can’t be on trial without having been evaluated by a court appointed psychiatrist.” ”Cute detective knows Nelle is a phony.” ”Michael looks tired.” ”That’s not the real Monica.” And everyone is a Falconeri, except with an emphasis on the first syllable, as in “Peter August F uckineri, Sonny Corinthos F uckineri”.
  15. New month, new thread, same old stuff.
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