It's incredible how often this soap gets mentioned in pop culture over a decade after it left the air. Despite the fact that P&G acts as if they would rather the show vanish from the planet, the name is seemingly on the tip of many people's tongues.
@Vee I thought you would appreciate this reference to FPS rates in this Vulture article regarding the ranking of movies starred by Will Smith.
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Radio Mirror August 1952
What Ever Happened To . . . Olive Stacy, the girl who first played the role of Connie Thayer on the television serial, The First Hundred Years? (The part is now played by - Anne Sargent.) The strain of doing a daily camera show, with the long hours of rehearsal, was too heavy for Olive, so she resigned her role. She has done nothing professionally since, and at the moment is back in her home town, Rochester, New York. This summer, Olive plans to tour the Eastern part of the United States with her sister, Frances Klute, who will be shooting scenic spots for the Eastman Kodak Company. Frances is one of their top color photographers. Incidentally, the story that Olive had married, and was expecting a baby, is untrue. This was erroneously printed in many newspaper columns about the country.