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FROM THE VAULT: JULIE GETS BURNED

 

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In celebration of Susan Seaforth Hayes' upcoming 50th anniversary of playing Julie in December, here's a look back at Episode # 3406, which aired April 27, 1979. In this episode, Julie gets burned while cooking.

 

ACT SIX: FADE IN: FARMHOUSE KITCHEN

 

(LOOKING COZY AND WARM, PLACES SET ON THE TABLE, VEGETABLES COOKING ON THE STOVE, MAGGIE IS SEASONING THE STEAKS ON THE OPEN BROILER FAN AND JULIE IS FIXING A SALAD)

 

JULIE: Where's the oil and vinegar?

MAGGIE (pointing to a cupboard): Up there, behind the spices. Oh, I just thought of something. There are some pickled tomatoes in the cellar. Wouldn't they be delicious with steak?

JULIE: Anything that good has to be fattening! But go ahead.

MAGGIE: It'll take a minute. I'm not sure where Hank stored them. I'll start the steaks if you turn them.

JULIE: Sure. I'm going to bring in the carton of crystal perfume bottles from Mrs. Latimer's. I'm so crazy about them.

 

(JULIE GOES OUT TO THE CAR TO GET A CARTON WHILE MAGGIE SHOVES THE STEAKS INTO THE BROILER, LIGHTS IT, TAKES THE FLASHLIGHT  AND GOES OUT THE BACK DOOR. WE HEAR THEM AD LIB AS THEY PASS ON THE PORCH, AND JULIE IS BACK INSIDE. SHE TAKES THE CARTON OVER BY THE TABLE AND BEGINS TO SORT THROUGH ITS CONTENTS, ADMIRING HER NEW COLLECTION. SHE COMPLETELY LOSES TRACK OF TIME)

 

JULIE (to herself): Oh, what a find. I hope I can bring myself to sell them!

 

(HOLDING UP A BOTTLE TO THE LIGHT)

 

JULIE: It must be pure amethyst.

 

(SOUND: THE STEAKS SIZZLING)

 

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COMING SOON: FROM THE VAULT: JULIE MEETS DOUG

 

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In celebration of Susan Seaforth Hayes' upcoming 50th anniversary of playing Julie in December, coming soon is a look back at Episode # 1134, which aired May 7, 1970. In this episode, Julie meets a charming man named Doug Williams.

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FROM THE VAULT: JULIE PREPARES TO MEET DOUG...

 

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In celebration of Susan Seaforth Hayes' upcoming 50th anniversary of playing Julie on December 11, here's a look back at Episode # 1134, which aired May 7, 1970. In this episode, Julie meets a charming man named Doug Williams. Here are the scenes leading up to their first meeting. Those scenes will be posted this weekend. (Note: Although Brent had already started going by the name Doug, his lines were still being listed as Brent).

 

EPISODE # 1134
AIRDATE: May 7, 1970

 

ACT TWO

INT. SUSAN'S LIVING ROOM (PICK UP SUSAN AND BRENT IN MID-CONVERSATION)

 

BRENT: Now, you know Salem better than I do. Name the best restaurant and I'll take you there. You deserve to be seen by as many people as possible.
SUSAN: You know, you can be very charming. Which I appreciate. Because the people we will be with tonight...
BRENT (puzzled): The people we will be with?
SUSAN: Did I forget to tell you? We're going to have dinner with Scott and Julie Banning...friends of mine. They want me to see their new apartment.
BRENT: Oh. Whatever you say, it's fine with me.
SUSAN: Actually, both Scott and Julie are rather important people to me. I'd appreciate it if you'd make a special effort to let our hostess feel that she, and the evening, have been a great success.
BRENT: Consider it done. (a little puzzled)  You say they are rather important people to you?
SUSAN: I'm rather fond of their son, David.
BRENT: All right, I'll turn on all my charm.
SUSAN: They'll probably want to know about you, so let's say you're an investment counselor who's just moved to Salem and who plans to open an office here very soon.
BRENT (with a smile): In other words, soft-pedal my career as a dancing instructor and nightclub entertainer!

 

(SUSAN STUDIES HIM A MOMENT, VERY SOBER)

 

SUSAN: Let me put it this way...just be yourself. I find you...have a real charm about you, Doug. You can be very disarming when you want to be. And...for my sake...I want you to be this way tonight.
BRENT: I don't track you as to why tonight is so important to you...
SUSAN: Let's say I want my friends to like you as much as I do.
BRENT: That's a very nice compliment, Susan. I wasn't at all sure I had made a good impression on you...
SUSAN: If you make half as good an impression on our hostess...I'll be most happy. And, if the evening goes well, I wish you would suggest that the four of us go out to the Collonade Room tomorrow evening. It will be my party, Doug...but I want the invitation to come from you.
BRENT: How will I know if the evening has gone well or not?
SUSAN: You'll be able to tell by looking at me.
BRENT: I'm not quite certain what this is all about, Susan. But I've felt that way from the first moment I met you.
SUSAN: It's my guess that women always follow your lead, don't they?
BRENT: They always have.
SUSAN: Do you mind playing the game my way for a change?
BRENT: Where you're concerned, I'll play any game you have in mind. (beat, with meaning) Gladly.

 

(AND TAKE THE TWO OF THEM, STUDYING EACH OTHER, ENJOYING THE FENCING MATCH)

 

ACT THREE

FADE IN: INT. SCOTT AND JULIE'S LIVING ROOM (OPEN ON JULIE, PUTTING OUT A TRAY OF HORS D'OEUVRES, CHECKING ON LAST-MINUTE ARRANGEMENTS. THERE ARE FRESH FLOWERS IN THE ROOM, EVERYTHING LOOKS LOVELY, INCLUDING JULIE, WHO WEARS A BECOMING HOSTESS GOWN. CAMERA PULLS BACK TO INCLUDE SCOTT, AS JULIE SMILES AT HIM)

JULIE: I hope everything goes all right tonight...
SCOTT: You're...a little nervous, aren't you?
JULIE: I suppose I am, a little. I can't help wondering what Susan's attitude will be, if there won't be undercurrents...
SCOTT: If there are, she'll hide them...for David's sake.
JULIE (very simply): Thank you, Scott...for trying to remember to call our son...David.
SCOTT: I don't want to confuse him...more than necessary.
JULIE: I'm very grateful to Susan, for coming over tonight. I know she's doing it for David, more than anyone else.

 

(AT THIS MOMENT, THE DOORBELL RINGS. TAKE JULIE, LOOKING AT SCOTT. THERE IS A MOMENT'S HESITATION)

 

JULIE: You know something? I'm glad Susan's bringing a date. I think it was very...wise of her. Because we'll all have to pretend a little, in front of a stranger.

 

(AND ON THAT NOTE, SHE TURNS TO ANSWER THE DOOR)

COMING THIS WEEKEND: Julie meets Doug!

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Wouldn't it be great if Days released that episode for viewing?

 

Don't know if you follow Y&R at all Jason, but Bill Bell used the Colonnade Room also as the ritzy wining/dining establishment in Genoa City for many years.

 

Was it ever seen on Days?

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5 hours ago, Paul Raven said:

Wouldn't it be great if Days released that episode for viewing?

 

Don't know if you follow Y&R at all Jason, but Bill Bell used the Colonnade Room also as the ritzy wining/dining establishment in Genoa City for many years.

 

Was it ever seen on Days?

 

Have never seen YR, other than in passing if it's on TV while changing channels. Thanks for the fun fact about it being used on YR too.

 

From the set lists, it looks like it was seen in just two episodes of Days, on 5/15/70 and 5/18/70.

 

1140...5/15/70:

Cast: Tom, Alice, Susan, Julie, Brent (aka Doug), Scott, French Captain.

Sets: Susan’s Apartment, Scott & Julie’s Living Room, Colonnade Room (Table for Four & Dancing Area).

 

1141...5/18/70:

Cast: Susan, Bill, Julie, Brent (aka Doug), Scott, Eric, French Captain.

Sets: Colonnade Room, Eric’s Office, Scott & Julie’s Living Room, Susan’s Living Room.

 

Edited by JAS0N47

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That's really neat about the CR being used on Days too. It makes you wonder if Bill Bell stayed on longer at Days if he would have incorporated a lot of Y&R based characters and stories, though that meaning there wouldn't have been a Y&R at all, is a sad thought...LOL

 

1 hour ago, JAS0N47 said:

 

Have never seen YR, other than in passing if it's on TV while changing channels. Thanks for the fun fact about it being used on YR too.

 

From the set lists, it looks like it was seen in just two episodes of Days, on 5/15/70 and 5/18/70.

 

1140...5/15/70:

Cast: Tom, Alice, Susan, Julie, Brent (aka Doug), Scott, French Captain.

Sets: Susan’s Apartment, Scott & Julie’s Living Room, Colonnade Room (Table for Four & Dancing Area).

 

1141...5/18/70:

Cast: Susan, Bill, Julie, Brent (aka Doug), Scott, Eric, French Captain.

Sets: Colonnade Room, Eric’s Office, Scott & Julie’s Living Room, Susan’s Living Room.

 

Jason I know you said you don't watch Y&R, but do you by chance have anything related to Susan's role as Joanna? like scripts etc...?

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17 hours ago, YRfan23 said:

That's really neat about the CR being used on Days too. It makes you wonder if Bill Bell stayed on longer at Days if he would have incorporated a lot of Y&R based characters and stories, though that meaning there wouldn't have been a Y&R at all, is a sad thought...LOL

 

Jason I know you said you don't watch Y&R, but do you by chance have anything related to Susan's role as Joanna? like scripts etc...?

 

Hi YRfan. I don't have any Y&R stuff.

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40 minutes ago, JAS0N47 said:

 

Hi YRfan. I don't have any Y&R stuff.

Thanks! :) just thought I’d ask! 

Your site is amazing and I often wish the rest of the soaps had a similar site!

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On 10/11/2018 at 3:41 PM, jam6242 said:

A few months ago, Bill Hayes tweeted dates for Doug and Julie appearances for the rest of the year.  SSH is going to be in more episodes than usual in December, so she's at least getting that.  My hopes aren't too high that she won't be doing something silly, since RC is the HW (unless Sheri Anderson was consulted more than she normally seems to be).

 

I'll take silly over being off-screen on a cruise for 9 months out of the year

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4 hours ago, KMan101 said:

 

I'll take silly over being off-screen on a cruise for 9 months out of the year

True.  After seeing spoilers and the article in the latest SOD, I think it will be good.  Should be flashbacks on December 11.  I do appreciate that the anniversary is being acknowledged by the show.

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FROM THE VAULT: JULIE MEETS DOUG

 

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In celebration of Susan Seaforth Hayes' upcoming 50th anniversary of playing Julie on December 11, here's a look back at Episode # 1134, which aired May 7, 1970. In this episode, Julie meets a charming man named Doug Williams...

 

(AT THIS MOMENT, THE DOORBELL RINGS. TAKE JULIE, LOOKING AT SCOTT. THERE IS A MOMENT'S HESITATION)

 

JULIE: You know something? I'm glad Susan's bringing a date. I think it was very...wise of her. Because we'll all have to pretend a little, in front of a stranger.

 

(AND ON THAT NOTE, SHE TURNS TO ANSWER THE DOOR. OF COURSE, SUSAN AND BRENT (DOUG) HAVE ARRIVED. TAKE A MOMENT AS JULIE AND SUSAN LOOK AT ONE ANOTHER. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THEY HAVE SEEN EACH OTHER SINCE THE WEDDING)

 

JULIE: Susan...How nice of you to come!

SUSAN (trying, but a little uptight): Hello, Julie, I'd like you to meet...a friend of mine. Doug Williams, this is Julie Banning.

BRENT: How do you do?

JULIE: How nice to meet you, Doug, won't you come in?

(THEY DO, AND JULIE TURNS TO SCOTT, WHO HAS COME FORWARD BY NOW)

 

JULIE: Scott, this is Doug Williams.

 

(TAKE SCOTT, AS HE OFFERS TO SHAKE HANDS)

 

SCOTT: How do you do.

BRENT: How are you?

SCOTT: Fine, thanks.

 

To read more, visit http://www.jason47.com/days/Susan50th.html

 

Edited by JAS0N47

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CONGRATULATIONS TO SUSAN SEAFORTH HAYES ON 50 YEARS AS JULIE!

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Susan Seaforth Hayes: Monthly Stats

 

12/68: 7
1/69: 6
2/69: 11
3/69: 16
4/69: 16
5/69: 16
6/69: 13
7/69: 6
8/69: 2
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10/69: 2
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10/18: 2
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DECEMBER 11, 1968: SUSAN'S DEBUT AS JULIE...READ THE ENTIRE SCRIPT
Episode # 780
 

DECEMBER 1968 NBC PRESS RELEASE ANNOUNCING "DAYS" DEBUT OF SUSAN SEAFORTH...

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Edited by JAS0N47

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I just devoured that script! I have no doubt that Denise Alexander was especially heartbreaking in this episode. And I love (many times over) how Bill Bell and Pat Falken Smith embraced how loving the Hortons are. This line in particular got me all verklempt: "Because no matter what has happened in the past, this is Alice's granddaughter, a child who spent considerable time growing up in this house."

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The script is a real treat! Thank you for sharing all your goodies, Jason! That said, I got a kick out of the tape date versus air date. It was only 8 DAYS! (No pun intended! LOL!)

 

Now it is 6 to 7 freaking MONTHS. Way too far ahead, especially if things need altering!

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