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32 minutes ago, applcin said:


It's available through itsrealgoodtv.com. It's part of their premium content and a subscription costs about $30 annually. Everything they've digitized so far is on there. They also have an app on several streaming devices. I watch TD through the app on my Roku. I'm up to mid-1972 at the moment.

Damn. Thanks for sharing; I'll have to look into alternate avenues to view them all. Thanks again for sharing.

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Just to clarify, for anyone who may consider getting it, TD is the only premium/paying content on that channel. Everything else is free. So if you pay, you're paying to watch only TD.

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2 minutes ago, applcin said:

Just to clarify, for anyone who may consider getting it, TD is the only premium/paying content on that channel. Everything else is free. So if you pay, you're paying to watch only TD.

Even for just TD, you really do get a lot of bang for your buck. 

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They were offering a one-month free trial for the subscription service for a while.  Not sure whether that's still available if anyone just wants to check it out without committing to subscribing.

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17 hours ago, amybrickwallace said:

Through the mail autograph success from Lois Smith aka Eleanor Conrad (1975-77):

re lois smith: one of my favorite actresses. check her out in  in the wigs series ‘ruth and erica.’

can’t remember where i read it, so i don’t remember the details. but lois smith wasn’t available, so eileen fulton was cast as ‘world turns’ lisa. hard to imagine how that role would have evolved had smith been cast. 

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Lois Smith did a lot of good work on the show, but I think she was caught up in multiple writer changes as well as an influx of other new characters (and plenty of them came in at that time). Still, she managed to transcend what was on the written page and got a happy ending of sorts (Eleanor left town to become a world traveler). Then she went on to bigger and better roles.

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Eleanor could have been tied more to the hospital..as a board member, doing hospital drives,  etc.  

I often wonder if she was meant to be written off by Depriest, but kept on when Marland took over? Her story seemed done and then the writer switch happened..and.poof she was back and starting the Luke story.

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3 hours ago, Soaplovers said:

Eleanor could have been tied more to the hospital..as a board member, doing hospital drives,  etc.

Ironically, that's how her story with Luke began. Eleanor decided to use her wealth and her time volunteering to help Hope Memorial. I believe she was putting together a benefit of some sort and was teamed up with Luke, who would do the artwork (fliers, banners, etc.). That was sometime in 1976.

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