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From Daily TV Serials, June 1974

 

The Very First Readers' Poll: Viewers' Choice for Best Shows and Actors/Actresses

 

 

From Daily TV Serials. June 1975

 

Winners of the Year!

 

 

 

From Daily TV Serials, June 1976

 

Winners of the Year!

 

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The Ladies Who Lunch:

 

Audrey Peters (Vanessa Sterling, Love of Live), Ann Flood (Nancy Karr, The Edge of Night), Mary Stuart (Jo Vincente, Search for Tomorrow), Charita Bauer (Bert Bauer, The Guiding Light), Lydia Bruce (Maggie Powers, The Doctors) and Eileen Fulton (Lisa, As the World Turns)

 

 

The Somerset cast, 1976

 

 

William Gray Espy (Snapper Foster), Julianna McCarthy (Liz Foster) and James Houghton (Greg Foster) from The Young and the Restless, with Susan Flannery (Laura Horton, Days of our Lives) in the picture below.

 

 

Beau Kayser (Brock Reynolds, The Young and the Restless)

 

 

Erika Slezak and Lee Patterson (Viki and Joe Riley, One Live to Live) from their gorgeous wedding filmed in on location Central Park.

 

From Daily TV Serials, July 1977

 

 

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1 minute ago, slick jones said:

@vetsoapfan   Thank you so much for sharing these treasures!  You made my day today!

 

 

My pleasure...now that I have figured out how to do this.

 

It's a shame the print is so small. I hope folks don't get eye strain from reading the articles.

 

I have tons more stuff, BTW, but my ancient scanner is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo slow. It took me a couple of hours just to post what you can already see in this thread.

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This is amazing, thank you!

 

I have found a work around for the small text, at least in the Chrome browser. I right-click the image and hit "open in new tab."  Then I go to the tab and click the image and it is very big.  You can adjust even more by hitting CTRL+ to make it bigger or CTRL- to make it smaller.  The quality is VERY good.

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Amazing stuff! I can't read to read the commentary in full. Maybe my eyes directly go to the sharp stuff, since I was landing on comments like "Georganne LaPierre (Heather) has to be one of the most untrained actresses to appear this year."

 

And hel-lo there, Beau Kayser!

 

 

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43 minutes ago, BoldRestless said:

This is amazing, thank you!

 

I have found a work around for the small text, at least in the Chrome browser. I right-click the image and hit "open in new tab."  Then I go to the tab and click the image and it is very big.  You can adjust even more by hitting CTRL+ to make it bigger or CTRL- to make it smaller.  The quality is VERY good.

 

This works extremely well, and it only takes a few seconds to enlarge the text to a very readable size. Thank you so much for offering us this solution. I downloaded the articles in full size, but the text appeared significantly smaller once it was uploaded to SON. I was wondering if potential readers would just give up in frustration, which would be a shame because I wanted to share some long-lost goodies with the community.

 

While I cannot promise anything (I can only share what I find), what kind of stuff do y'all want to see?

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14 minutes ago, Paul Raven said:

Many thanks for sharing this.

Happy to read and enjoy anything you have.

I forever regret tossing out my Afternoon TV mags from late 70's

 

The last time I moved, I threw out a huge amount of classic magazines, which was the BIGGEST and DUMBEST mistake of my life. I'd kill to get them all back now. I'm lucky that I have any left at all.

 

I've found some Afternoon TVs from the 1970s and plan to upload content from them. I loved that mag's book-length life stories of both characters and actors. I know I have the ones of Bert Bauer, Julie Olsen, and Viki Lord. Woohoo!

 

15 minutes ago, robbwolff said:

Thanks so much. These are all incredible reads. I got a chuckle out of Reed praising Armand Assante. Most folks who watched The Doctors in reruns on Retro thought that Assante was terribly miscast as Mike Powers.

 

I don't think he was as bad or as bland as some of the other actors cast in the role, but I agree that AA was not right for Mike.

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