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Dawn Rollo and Scott LaSalle's Romance on Another World, 1988
Another World gave daytime its first storyline where a soap character, Dawn Rollo, died of AIDS. Dawn's fiance, Scott LaSalle (Hank Cheyne), was the adopted son of the wealthy Reginald Love (John Considine) and amnesiac Mary McKinnon (Denise Alexander). After Dawn passed, Scott eventually reunited with his former girlfriend Cheryl McKinnon (his sister by adoption) and left town, but Dawn's valiant struggle and Scott's fierce love for her was never forgotten.
(Chad Rollo was Dawn's brother & he was initially very defensive about the fact that Dawn contracted through a blood transfusion with her mother as the donor. Her mother was a prostitute.Scott & Dawn went to Italy for the duration of her illness & she died there & Scott came back alone. The show was praised for its initial handling of the storyline but then they ended up being criticised for having her die off-screen,) Scott made a rousing speech about HIV/AIDS Awareness & left town to go to DC to work on the problem.

 

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1 hour ago, denzo30 said:

Why have not seen some of the pics in the bible?  Who is the first actress sitting in a diner?  Is the J Courtney?  When I go to AWHP this creating of AW does not show up

Kind of typical of AW recasts.  All of a sudden a characater become a completely different person but I would compare this more to recast of Rachel.  Robin acted a bit more like Susan and Vicky like Nancy.  Still both mean but a different kind of conniviing way .  Of course Rachel became a heronie just a few a few years where Cecile got worst

 

The picture of the woman in the dinner, wearing the red scarf, is Carol Roux, who played Missy Palmer Matthews.

 

To find the AW bible, go to the "Publications" section of the AW Home Page, click on that, then scroll down.

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Anne Meacham, on "Another World", was most famous for playing the eccentric maid, "Louise Goddard". She played the role from 1972 to 1982. [1] Meacham's character was most recognized for "naming" all of the Cory family's houseplants, which numbered well into the dozens. [2]

The trademark of the "Another World" casting department was to hire heavily from the New York City stage, and it was noted by author Annie Gilbert in the book, "All My Afternoons",[3] that Meacham was one of the many cast members taken from this genre to infuse strong acting performances into the show, due to her experience.

She was heavily cast in Tennessee Williams plays. And, she was given credit for saving his life when he had a nervous breakdown.

She is most famous for her roles on and off-Broadway, most notably in adaptations of plays written by Tennessee Williams, who was a close friend. Williams once wrote an editorial in The New York Times praising Meacham, noting "There's nothing she won't say or do onstage without any sign of embarrassment" ([1]).

She won two Best Actress Obie Awards, one for her role as "Catherine Holly" (the first actress to play the role which was later essayed by Elizabeth Taylor in the film version) in Tennessee Williams "Suddenly, Last Summer" (1958) and another for the title role in Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" (1961).

She mentioned again that she was very impressed with the level of research on your site. (Eddie Drueding's Another World Home Page) She asked me to tell you that the section on plant names, and the quotes, contain many errors, probably because you have not seen the tapes of the show. Apparently the idea of the plant names was Ira's creation, and all were based solely on Greek mythology. Whenever the plants were named, there was some parallel to stories from Greek mythology. Anne says she carried a copy of Bullfinch's Mythology with her to familiarize herself with the stories before performing the scenes. According to Anne, there were some intern writers who were "precocious" and thought the plant names were funny, gave them names in the script (such as Mr. Belvedere). Those names (and all of the humorous lines you sent me to show her) never made it to the final show because Ira or Anne cut them out or altered them.

Anne also told me that while she knew she was biased, she felt that the AW ensemble was unique, because the producers went to off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway shows to recruit actors. This gave the company more of a "stage" personality. Most of the actors, she said, would often stay the whole day to watch their fellow cast members perform and give them audiences. This was very unique to AW among soaps, according to Anne.another for the title role in Henrik Ibsen's Hedda Gabler (1961). She is most famous for her roles on and off-Broadway, most notably in adaptations of plays written by Tennessee Williams, who was a close friend. Williams once wrote an editorial in The New York Times praising Meacham, noting "There's nothing she won't say or do onstage without any sign of embarrassment"

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Victoria Wyndham Pays Tribute to Douglass Watson at the 1989 Daytime Emmys
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqZAqVs3pTI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqZAqVs3pTI

Preview YouTube video Victoria Wyndham Pays Tribute to Douglass Watson at the 1989 Daytime Emmys

 

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12 hours ago, vetsoapfan said:

 

The picture of the woman in the dinner, wearing the red scarf, is Carol Roux, who played Missy Palmer Matthews.

 

To find the AW bible, go to the "Publications" section of the AW Home Page, click on that, then scroll down.

 

The link for the AW bible is http://anotherworldhomepage.com/bible.htm

 

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1991:  Former head writer Donna Swajeski, an admitted MTV fan, wanted to incorporate rock music and videos into the show. Such a move, the producers agreed, could bring in younger viewers in higher numbers. A music video storyline was built around Dean Frame's (Ricky Paull Goldin) romance with Jenna Norris (Alla Korot). A contest was held to find Dean a backup band. Eight hundred tapes were received from rock groups wanting to be on the show. Viewers called in to vote on which band they liked best. A New Jersey-based band named Rascal won the honors. The video for "Lady Killer" took twenty-three hours to tape and cost almost as much to produce as an entire episode of the show.

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1991:  Dack Rambo (Grant Harrison #1; with twin brother Dirk Rambo) made national news when he left "Another World" when he found out that he was HIV-positive. He died in 1994. He devoted those final years of his life to fund-raising and awareness, etc. When Mark Pinter assumed the role of Grant Harrison #2 he could often be seen wearing a red AIDS ribbon on his lapel.

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1992:  "Another World" tried something a little more daring for this Valentine's episode. A sleeping Cass dreamt himself into the shoes of Cass A. Nova, an old-time detective. His ex-girlfriend Francesca Kinkead hired him to find a missing piece of jewelry - a heart. Anna Stuart - socialite, David Forsyth = doctor, Linda Dano - gypsy. Titled "The Case of the Stolen Heart" it was in black & white. When Cass awoke he got the message and ran out & found Frankie and asked her to marry him.

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1993: Cass dreamt himself into a story again, "Murder on the Orient Express". In real life Cass was married to Frankie. Cast members once again slipped into different characters except for Cass himself and three of his former lovers - Cecile, Kathleen, and Nicole. The three disappeared one by one. The culprit turned out to be Frankie. She had been ousting them.

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1995:  Clips featuring Felicia, Frankie, and Cass were shown on the NBC sitcom "Friends". Rachel was taking care of Ross's pet monkey and spending the time with him explaining the action and characters.

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1995:  When Robyn Griggs (one of the three Maggie Corys) was fired she went to the tabloids, "Extra" and "Hard Copy" and stated that she'd been fired because of her friendship with John Wayne Bobbitt. Bobbitt who had his penis cut off by his wife who was disputing with him. "Another World" declined to comment. But, former co-star Anna Holbrook told "Soap Opera Weekly", that the relationship with John Wayne Bobbitt was the last straw in a long string of problems they'd had with the young actress. Robyn's primary job as an actress was as a 'Scream Queen' which "Another World" really didn't need.

 

ME: I've known people over the years who ran into Robyn online.)

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1996:  Bay City was plagued not only by one, but by two (two!) serial killers. (1) A mercy killer was disconnecting people who were connected to life support machines. The police captured that one, when they began to search for (2). He was Dr. Fax Newman and was killing woman after woman to cover up for the actions of his past. It was no coincidence that Maggie De Priest had written the David-O'Brian-acted Sin Stalker storyline in the late 1980s and was now back as head writer at "Another World." Fans protested not only the senseless decision for Fax to kill off the popular heroine Frankie Frame (Alice Barrett) but also the brutality of it. Afterward, writers, directors and producers all began to blame each other. Some fans left the show.

 

DePriest:

     The Doctors  Head writer: 1976

     All My Children  Head writer: 1989

Another World  Head writer: March 1986 - January 1988,

                                                 May 1996 - January 1997

     Days of Our Lives  Associate head writer: October 21, 1981 - April 19, 1982

                                Head writer: April 20, 1982 - September 21, 1984

       Co-head writer (with Sheri Anderson and Thom Racina): September 24 - October 25, 1984

     General Hospital  Co-head writer (with Pat Falken Smith): 1980 - 1981

     The Edge of Night  Co-head writer (with Lou Scofield): mid-1960s

     One Life to Live  Associate head writer: 1990 - 1991

     Sunset Beach  Co-head writer with Christopher Whitesell: August 1998 - December 1999

     Where the Heart Is  Co-Creator (with Lou Scofield)

     Co-head writer (with Lou Scofield): 1969 - 1970

 

JFP had just been firing people over 55 - Barbara Berjer & David Hedison & was going to add Anna Stuart to that list. The fan groups pitched a fit. NBC's Susan D. Lee & PGP's JFP held focus groups between 2 mid-level actresses - Alice & Judi. Alice lost. Awful brutal murder scene. It served SD Lee right to be fired my NBC within a few months time.

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From Eight Years in Another World by Pete Lemay ...

By Labor Day Victoria Wyndham had surpassed any lingering ill will from Robin Strasser fans. The part of Rachel was now her own. An actress of wider emotional range and more varied response than had been Robin Strasser, she changed the character faster and more deeply. I was more than happy to follow where she led. ... We got many letters that said that Steve Frame wasn't worth it but if Rachel really wanted him, she should have him. ... Our ratings rose steadily. ... Our choice for Iris Carrington was without any doubt Beverlee McKinsey. Her blonde fastidiousness was balanced by Victoria's dark volatility.

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47 minutes ago, Donna B said:

From Eight Years in Another World by Pete Lemay ...

By Labor Day Victoria Wyndham had surpassed any lingering ill will from Robin Strasser fans. The part of Rachel was now her own. An actress of wider emotional range and more varied response than had been Robin Strasser, she changed the character faster and more deeply. I was more than happy to follow where she led. ... We got many letters that said that Steve Frame wasn't worth it but if Rachel really wanted him, she should have him. ... Our ratings rose steadily. ... Our choice for Iris Carrington was without any doubt Beverlee McKinsey. Her blonde fastidiousness was balanced by Victoria's dark volatility.

(More) Reinholdt's on-camera truculence became off-camera belligerence as he interrupted tapings and rehearsals with abusive arguments about scripts and alienated the production staff and other actors by professional discourtesies and atrocious manners. ... Both Nic Coster and James Douglas (Eliot) were developing followings. There seemed to be possibilities to alter the ingredients of triangles. ... Vicky Wyndham continued to dominate. ... I had asked about developing more for Ada & was given the go ahead to develop a romance for her. Dolph Sweet was the actor that was chosen for Connie Ford. ... Eliot moved his household to Bay City. ... I had survived two years of writing a soap opera without resorting to murder, amnesia, an illegitimate baby, or courtroom scenes. ... Pete's wife Dorothy suggested a late-in-life pregnancy for Ada.

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The Watergate Hearings pre-empted ANOTHER WORLD so often that summer that my scripts were seven weeks ahead of their taping dates. ... Pete & Dorothy planned the first vacation they had had in six years! ... Back in New York ANOTHER WORLD had been solidly number one for a month. ... There was a coincidental "bugging incident" in the AW script.

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I was just watching eppies from 1991 on YT.  I miss my show!  I miss Rachel!  I miss Felicia!  

 

I swear, Felicia Gallant walks into a room and everything changes!  She's so electric!  Love her and Dano was quite exquisite...soaps needed her!

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Bob Short phoned me the Sunday before Christmas to tell me Irna had died unexpectedly in her sleep. The news surprised and saddened me for she had seemed indestructible after forty years of creating concurrent worlds of love, divorce, disease, desertion and illegitimate babies. ... Steve Frame bribed Rachel's father into perjuring himself and won his divorce from Rachel and asked Alice to marry him a second time.

 

15 minutes ago, ChitHappens said:

I was just watching eppies from 1991 on YT.  I miss my show!  I miss Rachel!  I miss Felicia!  

 

I swear, Felicia Gallant walks into a room and everything changes!  She's so electric!  Love her and Dano was quite exquisite...soaps needed her!

I quite agree!

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To add to our difficulties, the actor playing Eliot declined to renew his contract.

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In the spring Steve Frame was sent to prison for bribing a witness and his former father-in-law, Gerald Davis, was sent, too.

In July Ada's eagerly awaited baby was born. Little Nancy was named after Nancy Wickwire, who was in the final phase of a terminal illness.

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In late summer NBC approved expanding the show to a full hour. ... Mac Cory moved his gigantic publishing complex to Bay City at the same time that we went to a 60 minute show. ... Decisions were made to kill off Steve Frame & dispense with Mary Matthews. ... The long famous/infamous triangle of Alice/Steve/Rachel was going to segue into a new triangle of Rachel/Mac/Iris. ...

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Just from the Epilogue of Eight Years in Another World © 2011

Despite their opinions about what I had originally written in this book, Procter & Gamble would still hire me from time to time, for short periods as headwriter, and for longer periods as story consultant for ANOTHER WORLD and for other soaps they produced.

 

(I wish he'd said which soaps. I know he functioned as a consultant for JFP on some soaps.)

9 minutes ago, Donna B said:

Just from the Epilogue of Eight Years in Another World © 2011

Despite their opinions about what I had originally written in this book, Procter & Gamble would still hire me from time to time, for short periods as headwriter, and for longer periods as story consultant for ANOTHER WORLD and for other soaps they produced.

 

(I wish he'd said which soaps. I know he functioned as a consultant for JFP on some soap.)

From IMDB:

Writer (8 credits)

  One Life to Live (TV Series) (1 episode, 1986) (writer - 1 episode, 1999) (associate head writer - 1 episode, 1999)

- Episode dated 1 July 1999 (1999) ... (writer)

- Episode dated 3 May 1999 (1999) ... (associate head writer)

- One Life To Live (1986) ... (uncredited)

  The Doctors (TV Series) (story by - 8 episodes, 1982) (teleplay - 1 episode, 1982)

  Guiding Light (TV Series) (4 episodes, 1981) (writer - 2 episodes, 1980 - 1981)

 1971-1979 Another World (TV Series) (1,215 episodes)

 1977 For Richer, for Poorer (TV Series) (series co-creator)

 1970 Strange Paradise (TV Series) (58 episodes)

 1970 NET Playhouse (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode)

- They Have Taken Over (1970) ... (adaptation)

 1951 Search for Tomorrow (TV Series) (head writer - 1981)

 1995-1996 Another World (TV Series) (consultant - 13 episodes)

 1985 As the World Turns (TV Series) (creative consultant - 1 episode)

- Episode dated 1 August 1985 (1985) ... (creative consultant)

 1977 For Richer, for Poorer (TV Series) (story consultant)

Hide  Producer (1 credit)

 1996 Another World (TV Series) (consultant - 1 episode)

- Episode #1.7995 (1996) ... (consultant)

Hide  Self (1 credit)

 2012 Soap Life (Documentary)
Himself

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Network: NBC
Episodes: 8,891 (30 – 90 minutes)
Seasons: 35

TV show dates: May 4, 1964 — June 25, 1999
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Audra Lindley, Irene Dailey, Shepperd Strudwick, Hugh Marlowe, Virginia Dwyer, Michael M. Ryan, Joseph Gallison, Carol Roux, Beverly Penberthy, Susan Trustman, Constance Ford, Robin Strasser, George Reinholt, Jacqueline Courtney, Sam Groom, Victoria Wyndham, Margie Impert, Douglass Watson, Beverlee McKinsey, Anne Meacham, Jacqueline Courtney, Susan Harney, Cathy Greene, Jennifer Leak, Michael M. Ryan, Beverlee McKinsey, Christine Jones, William Gray Espy, David Bailey, Christopher Rich, Nancy Frangione, Vana Tribbey, Linda Borgeson, Jennifer Runyon, Laura Malone, John Considine, Anna Stuart, Kale Browne, David Forsyth, Barbara Berjer, Linda Dano, Anna Kathryn Holbrook, Anne Heche, Laurence Lau, Joanna Going, Sally Spencer, Ed Fry, Richard Burgi, Sandra Ferguson, Matt Crane, Alexandra Wilson, David Bailey, Jacqueline Courtney, Beverly Penberthy, Dorothy Lyman, Nicolas Coster, George Reinholt, Christine Jones, Victoria Wyndham, Jensen Buchanan, Carmen Duncan, Cali Timmins, John Aprea, Alicia Coppola, Alla Korot, Ricky Paull Goldin, Julie Osburn, Stephen Schnetzer, Anne Howard, Chris Robinson, Alice Barrett, Judi Evans Luciano, Tom Eplin, Cali Timmins, Judi Evans Luciano, Joseph Barbara, Christine Tucci, Mark Pinter, Robin Christopher, Charles Keating, Paul Michael Valley, Victoria Wyndham, Alice Barrett, and Lisa Peluso.

 

TV show description: Set in Bay City, Illinois, this long-running soap opera was the first to air one hour episodes and follow the loves and losses of the Matthews, Cory, Hudson, Frame, and Winthrop families.

 

Created by Irna Phillips, the series begins with the death of the wealthy William Matthews (Joseph Gallison). His wife Liz (Audra Lindley, later Irene Dailey) despised her late husband’s family, especially working-class brother Jim (Shepperd Strudwick, later Hugh Marlowe) and his wife Mary (Virginia Dywer). The tension and disagreements between the two families provides much of the storyline’s initial conflict.

As the series continues, the lives and loves of Jim’s children — Russ (Sam Groom, later Robert Hover and David Bailey), Alice (Jacqueline Courtney), and Pat (Beverly Penberthy) — become much more prominent. The love triangle between Alice, businessman Steve Frame (George Reinholt) and the scheming Rachel (Robin Strasser, Maggie Impert, Victoria Wyndham) helped the show gain popularity.

 

Later, Rachel finds love with magazine editor Mackensie “Mac” Cory (Douglas Watson) despite the protests of his daughter Iris Carrington (Beverlee McKinsey), who was the same age as her step-mother. Mac and Rachel’s children, Amanda (Sandra Ferguson) and Matthew (Matt Crane), follow suit and endure their own trials and tribulations in love with artist Sam Fowler (Robert Kelker-Kelley, Danny Markel and Brian Green) and Josie Watts (Alexandra Wilson).


The series also spawned the first soap opera spin-offs (Somerset and Texas). Cast members that went on to film and television careers afterward include Christine Beranski, Kelsey Grammar, Anne Heche, Ray Liotta, Lindsay Lohan, Luke Perry, Brad Pitt, and Kyra Sedgwick.

 

Series Finale: Episode #8,891
Cass and Lila are finally married. Rachel reminisces with Carl and remarks, “All’s well that ends well.” She adds a photo to a group of framed family pictures, and walks around the living room, surveying collections of photos of characters from the past and present. The two embrace, kiss, turn out the lights and climb the stairs, arm in arm. The scene fades to black and and we see a still frame shot of Mac Cory (Douglass Watson) with his glass lifted in one of his toasts to the audience!


Broadcast: June 24th & 25th, 1999, a two-day finale; Susan D. Lee, of NBC Daytime, gave the remaining soap opera on the air, "Sunset Beach", a 6 month extension, something that no one could understand. The show had several waves of fan activists working to keep the show on the air - The Another World Fan Brigade & after that The Committee to Save Another World. In June 2000 fans raised $5,000 to buy a bench in Central Park as a permanent memorial to the show. It took a year to raise the money & then a dedication was held in June 2001. A rare copy of "Eight Years in Another World" was auctioned off; a statue of Victoria's was auctioned off; a picture out of the Cory living room was auctioned off; then fans could spend $10.00 each to get videos - The Lovely Ada, A Cory Christmas, Mac & Rachel; Rachel & Carl. Those videos are up online, by my name "Donna L. Bridges".

(I just happened to have 2 copies of "Eight Years in Another World" so it was no big deal to put one up. Melissa was in touch with the AW Bench Conservancy. I took care of the Post Office & bank. Carolyn had 3 VCRs set up all the time & did all the editing & dubbing!)

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"At NBC programmers admitted that they went to a 90-minute show 'because they couldn't come up with a better idea.'"

 

In a February 2010 interview with We Love Soaps, Daytime Emmy Award-winning ALL MY CHILDREN writer, Wisner Washam, detailed exactly how focus groups go wrong: "The trouble really started with a Vice President of Daytime named Jacqueline Smith, who brought in all these new procedures and focus sessions. We never had focus sessions before. They required us to go and waste a morning watching 12 ladies from the Bronx discuss who they liked and didn't like. Jackie took the opinions of those 12 women as almost words from the Mount. We were asked to write according to their opinions."

 

"Julie Pinson auditioned for the part of Lily when Chris Goutman had it in his head to burn Martha Byrne." - Donna L. Bridges

 

After McKinsey left the role of Iris in November 1981, NBC's Texas eventually lost one million viewers in the Nielsen ratings and was canceled in 1982.

 

Interviewing McKinsey was a dream. There were never any "I just love everyone I work with" cliches. After she exited Guiding Light, McKinsey cited her "not very pleasant" work environment for one of the reasons she chose to leave the daytime serial. Looking at her contract, she discovered she could leave the show after every six-month period. So McKinsey took advantage of the contract the day before her annual eight-week vacation. McKinsey went on permanent vacation. McKinsey adamantly defended her choice to exit the show. Her bosses felt they had been bamboozled.. "They're bent out of shape because, for once, somebody beat 'em at their own game," she said. "I had warned Jill (the show's then-executive producer Jill Farren Phelps) – although I don't think she paid attention to me – In addition to her issues with storytelling, which she said would not have motivated her to leave if her working environment had been happier, McKinsey noted that acting had simply stopped being fun for her. "The hours just made me crazy. They were too long," she explained [Fanlore has it that they were working her long days, 4 days per week. Fanlore also has it that Chris Goutman wanted Bev on "Another World" at the very end of the show, briefly, and that P&G wouldn't have any of it because they were bent out of shape at her departure from "Guiding Light" years before.] She moved West to be near her son, Scott McKinsey, a Director of soaps, and to be able to have a garden and spend time with her grandchild.

 

MARY STUART...If America's three contributions to world culture are musical comedy, jazz, and soap opera, …

 

ROY WINSOR ...lf Irna Phillips is to be called the mother of soap opera, then Roy Winsor must be called father of the television soap opera

 
So, we all of us have some semblance of an idea of how fine a writer Irna Phillips was. And, how prolific. And, how timely. And, how she could direct, focus & aim at her target. I've just finished through the Bill Bell book, and all throughout they mention Irna's unpublished memoir or unfinished autobiography. Whichever it is, it is with Irna's papers at one or more locales. I talked to someone today who has read it & deemed it far from being ready to do anything with. As far as she knows Irna's daughter has died, which would put it into the ownership of Irna's son. What a terrible shame that the remarkable writer that Irna was couldn't have knuckled down & finished a fantastic memoir. After all, she had so many tales to tell and so many people to tell them about. I wonder if she just was not ready to die yet--and death caught her unawares.

 

Earlier this year Days of our Lives celebrated the 50th anniversary of Susan Seaforth Hayes being on the show! They had flashbacks of much younger Julie, in San Francisco, on the rotary phone to first much younger Tom & then, after, to much younger Alice with them inviting her to return to Salem for a visit over the holidays. (Their rotary phones were on mantles, of all places. Would you put one there?) Corday arranged for Bill Hayes to be able to - once again - sing "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" to Julie. It was live! They did more flashbacks, where most of them were just Doug& Julie. He gave her one seriously passionate kiss. Later that week she was a guest on a Soap Opera Digest podcast with Stephanie & Mara & she revealed that she had never seen those early flashbacks before. She seemed somewhat taken aback at what she looked like in them. But, she looked fine & more than that, she looked like she really did in the show at the time. I was a fan then & already had a big crush on Julie. It was *years* before my father & I realized that we *both* had crushes on Julie.

 

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Here are a few facts that you need to know about Anna Stuart wife of James Cromwell.

1. Stuart had an unusual job of exercising horses at the race track.

2. Stuart considers Robert Redford as her role model.

3. Her role 'Donna Love' was created just for Anna Stuart as the producers were so impressed with her acting skills while she auditioned for the role 'Felicia Gallant' on 'Another World'.

4. Stuart lost her longtime companion David City due to heart failure in the year 2004.

5. Stuart is one of the very few actors who have appeared in three soap operas in one calendar year. (I guess that's AW, ATWT and AMC.)

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