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July 29, 2010

Created By

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Frank Valentini

Written By

Ron Carlivati

Shelly Altman

Chris Van Etten

Anna Theresa Cascio

Gordon Rayfield

Aida Croal

Katherine Schock

Directed By

Gary Donatelli

Senior Producer

Suzanne Flynn

Producer

John Turmino

Coordinating Producer

Jacqueline Van Belle

Assistant Producer

Leah Weber

Production Designer

Roger Mooney

Costume Designer

Susan Gammie

Casting Director

Julie Madison CSA

Associate Directors

Tracy Casper Lang

Teresa Anne Cicala

Dawn Kiernan

Editedy By

Tracy Casper Lang

Suzanne Flynn

Post Production Supervisor

Margo Husin Call

Production Associates

Nathalie Rodriguez

Kevin Brush

Todd W. Garrin

Stage Managers

Alan Needlemen

Keith Greer

Brendan Higgins

Technical Directors

Doug Schmitt

Rob Santeramo

Music Director

Paul S. Glass

Original Music By

David Nichtern

Lee Holdridge

Dominic Messinger

Paul S. Glass

Theme By

Lee Holdridge

David Nichtern

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December 22, 2010 - Christmas Credits

Created By

Agnes Nixon

Executive Producer

Frank Valentini

Directed By

Jill Mitwell

Larry Carpenter

Bruce S. Cooperman

Gary Donatelli

Michael Eilbaum

Danielle Faraldo

Mary Ryan

Frank Valentini

Written By

Ron Carlivati

Shelly Altman

Anna Theresa Cascio

Jean Passanante

Chris Van Etten

Aida Croal

Elizabeth Page

Katherine Schock

Scott Sickles

Melissa Salmons

Vice President Production Daytime Serials

Rick Figalora

Senior Producer

Suzanne Flynn

Producer

John R. Turmino

Associate Producer

Jacqueline Van Belle

Assistant Producer

Leah M. Weber

Casting Director

Julie Madison, CSA

Associate Casting Director

Victoria Visgilio, CSA

Assistant Casting Director

Sheryl Baker Fisher

Production Designer

Roger Mooney

Scenic Artists

John C. Kenny JR.

Ruth A. Wells

Martin Fahrer

Costume Designer

Susan Gammie

Associate Costume Designer

Sally Lesser

Assistant Costume Designer

David Brooks

Associate Directors /Editors

Tracy Casper Lang

Teresa Anne Cicala

Michael Sweeney

Post Production Supervisor

Margo Husin Call

Post Production Producer

Barry Gingold

Technical Directors

Doug Schmitt

Rob Santeramo

Lighting Directors

Bob Bessoir

Scott DeVitte

Supervising Music Director

Paul S. Glass

Music Director

Daniel Krausz

Audio Post Production

Dave Marino

Stage Managers

Alan Needlemen

Keith Greer

Brendan Higgins

Production Associates

Nathalie Rodriguez

Kevin Brush

Senior Production Manager

Brian O'Meara

Senior Video Operator

John Shanoski

Sean Conklin

Camera Operators

Howie Zeidman

Thomas Tucker

Barrin Bonet

Joe Puleo

Thomas Shepard

Lawrence Strack

Chris Mauro

Paul Martens

Audio

William John DeBlock

Bill Mozer

Charles Eisen

Boom Operators

Maximillian Avans

Deborah D'Anduono

Robert Ambrico

Walter Tate

Business Manager

Sandra Frayer

Assistant to the Executive Producer

Todd W. Garrin

Production Coordinator

Janet Arvelo

Assistant to the Directors

Leila Nurse

Continuity Supervisor

Dan O'Connor

Script Supervisor

Sheyne Lee Benoit

Writers' Associate

Beth Armstrong

Videotape Editors

Vincent Catania

Stephen cali

Larry Farina

Avid Digitizer

Jennifer Weidenbaum

Jennifer Minda

Make-Up Artists

Renate Long

Merita Nezeri

Kimberly Braisin

Julia Davis

Jim DeMarco

Hair Stylists

Wayne Bilotti

Joyce Carollo

Katie Jo Kardel

Marc Zafrani

Wardrobe

Kathleen Gerlach

Kathleen Bishop

Kimberly Butler

Irma Escobar

Gia Lamothe

Rudy Rojas

Monica Russell

Scott Shamenex

Paul Thompson

Technical Support

Ed Napolitano

Michael Diana

Gabe Baltaifan

Nat Pihuran

Frank Coleman

Head Scenic Artist

Tom Hooper Seaman

Scenic Artists

Nikolai Bartossik

Uri Ibragimov

David Iskhakbayev

Vladimar Lagransky

Emil Pilosov

Alex Pravich

Sarah Rosa

Head Property Man

Ed Jonny

Props

Jimmy Augello

Tim Gallagher

Zack Husser

Anthony Iovino

Guy Licata

David Miclo

Jason Muldrow

Ricardo Rivera

Mike Weckerle

Outside Props

Christina McConway

James Balzaretti

Head Electrician

Thomas Harlan

Electric

Stefan Carrillo

Hugh Freeland

Butch Lachenauer, Jr.

Frank Lozarto

Phil McNena

Luke Murillo

Bill Phelps

Steve Radice

Head Carpenter

James Gordon

Carpentry

Jesse Ortiz

Daniel Blas

Andre Carter

Raymond Chan

Mike Cucuzzo

Richard Del Favero

Dan Digeloromo

Daniel J. Doyle

Edward Faraday

James Faraday

Larry Gallo

Mark Giordano

James Giordano

James Hickey

chris McChesney

Christopher Motto

Connor Murray

Tyler Ward

Security

David Coleman

Original Music by

Paul Glass

David Nichtern

Lee Holdridge

Dominic Messinger

Theme Music by

Lee Holdridge

David Nichtern

Videotaped at

ABC Teleivision Studios

New York

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