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1 hour ago, vetsoapfan said:

 

Well, TEON had a long history filled with many memorable murderers, both male and female. If we are talking about lethal quality, I would personally rank Stephanie Martin above Elly Jo.

 

Wasn't Stephanie Martin the one that was framed Nicole or something along the lines of that? 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Nothin'ButAttitude said:

 

Wasn't Stephanie Martin the one that was framed Nicole or something along the lines of that? 

 

 

 

Stephanie Martin was terrorizing Nicole, but ended up getting stabbed in the back (literally) and killed. Nicole found the body, and without thinking, pulled out the knife (at the insistence of Stephanie's mute daughter, Debbie, who suddenly found her voice long enough to scream, "Pull it out! Pull it out!" 

 

With her fingerprints all over the murder weapon, and with the police not believing that the mute Debbie could have spoken, Nicole went on trial for Stephanie's murder. 

 

Another excellent mystery/suspense saga, woven by the masterful Henry Slesar.

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9 hours ago, vetsoapfan said:

 

Stephanie Martin was terrorizing Nicole, but ended up getting stabbed in the back (literally) and killed. Nicole found the body, and without thinking, pulled out the knife (at the insistence of Stephanie's mute daughter, Debbie, who suddenly found her voice long enough to scream, "Pull it out! Pull it out!" 

 

With her fingerprints all over the murder weapon, and with the police not believing that the mute Debbie could have spoken, Nicole went on trial for Stephanie's murder. 

 

Another excellent mystery/suspense saga, woven by the masterful Henry Slesar.

 

Did you get to see story too?

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1 minute ago, Nothin'ButAttitude said:

 

Did you get to see story too?

 

Oh yes. I was fortunate enough to be an avid soap watcher throughout the genre's glory years. I watched all the greats: Henry Slesar's TEON, William J. Bell's DAYS and Y&R, Pat Falken Smith's DAYS and GH, Agnes Nixon's AW, TGL, AMC and OLTL, Douglas Marland's GH, Irna Phillip's ATWT, Harding Lemay's AW, Claire Labine's LoL and R'sH...the list is endless. 

 

As I have mentioned before, the writing used to be so great in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s,  did not even realize at the time how blessed and spoiled I was too see the master writers at the top of their game. I believed that soaps would always be well-written, adult, and thought-provoking. Little did I know that viewers would eventually end up going from William J. Bell to Charles Pratt, from Irna Phillips to Jean P., from Pat Falken Smith to James Reilly. AAAAAAGH!!!!

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24 minutes ago, vetsoapfan said:

 

Oh yes. I was fortunate enough to be an avid soap watcher throughout the genre's glory years. I watched all the greats: Henry Slesar's TEON, William J. Bell's DAYS and Y&R, Pat Falken Smith's DAYS and GH, Agnes Nixon's AW, TGL, AMC and OLTL, Douglas Marland's GH, Irna Phillip's ATWT, Harding Lemay's AW, Claire Labine's LoL and R'sH...the list is endless. 

 

As I have mentioned before, the writing used to be so great in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s,  did not even realize at the time how blessed and spoiled I was too see the master writers at the top of their game. I believed that soaps would always be well-written, adult, and thought-provoking. Little did I know that viewers would eventually end up going from William J. Bell to Charles Pratt, from Irna Phillips to Jean P., from Pat Falken Smith to James Reilly. AAAAAAGH!!!!

 

Lucky you!

 

Again, I'd give anything to see soaps from the 70s (outside of The Doctors, which is airing now, & RH, which I watched on SoapNet) b/c they seemed to be at their most daring during that time. 

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6 minutes ago, Nothin'ButAttitude said:

 

Lucky you!

 

Again, I'd give anything to see soaps from the 70s (outside of The Doctors, which is airing now, & RH, which I watched on SoapNet) b/c they seemed to be at their most daring during that time. 

 

Daring, literate, adult.

 

Those days are long gone, alas.

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17 minutes ago, Scrapple said:

I vividly remember the Stephanie Martin case, even though I was very young. It was riveting, and the actress who played Stephanie (Alice Hirson, maybe?) was excellent, and made you understand why everyone in town wanted to kill her.

 

What did she do to everyone to make them wanna kill her?

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3 hours ago, Scrapple said:

I vividly remember the Stephanie Martin case, even though I was very young. It was riveting, and the actress who played Stephanie (Alice Hirson, maybe?) was excellent, and made you understand why everyone in town wanted to kill her.

 

Yes, it was Alice Hireson, and she was perfectly cast for that complex role.

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5 hours ago, Nothin'ButAttitude said:

 

What did she do to everyone to make them wanna kill her?

 

One woman was married to a man in Monticello at that time who was in love with her. The other woman had been married to a man Nicole had had an affair with or something. I think he had died and she blamed Nicole. 

 

I would pay money to see that storyline. 

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2 hours ago, DRW50 said:

 

One woman was married to a man in Monticello at that time who was in love with her. The other woman had been married to a man Nicole had had an affair with or something. I think he had died and she blamed Nicole. 

 

I would pay money to see that storyline. 

 

I wanna see this too. I just wanna see a lot of material that is lost forever. 

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