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Published Date: 11/23/2014
Prime-time soap opera "Dallas" ran for 14 seasons, from 1978 to 1991. Featuring juicy storylines and an ensemble cast of seasoned TV veterans, "Dallas" set the standard for the many prime-time soaps that followed in its Texas-sized wake. The show's fans were especially...
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Published Date: 8/15/2014
Actor Ed Nelson has died at 85. Fans around the world are remembering his work, including his portrayal of Dr. Michael Rossi on the nighttime TV soap opera "Peyton Place." View and sign his Guest Book, then read what people are saying about him around the Web.
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Published Date: 5/1/2014
Soap opera legend Helen Wagner kicked off her 13-week contract for "As the World Turns" with her now-famous "good morning, dear." That contract was extended past its original 13 weeks, as Wagner went on to play Nancy Hughes for 54 years. Though she never won an Emmy...
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Published Date: 3/31/2014
Cat fights, big hair, wealth, drama…primetime soap opera "Dynasty" had it all. Produced by Aaron Spelling, "Dynasty" starred John Forsythe as oil magnate Blake Carrington. The brawls between his scheming ex-wife Alexis, portrayed by Joan Collins, and his new wife...
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Published Date: 3/21/2014
Dack Rambo was a frequent guest star on shows throughout the 1970s and '80s, eventually landing larger roles on the soap operas All My Children and Another World, as well as the primetime ratings juggernaut Dallas as Jack Ewing. In 1991, Rambo announced he was HIV...
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Published Date: 2/28/2014
Mary Stuart appeared in several films of varying historical note during the 1940s before finding her calling in a new genre of television she helped create: the "soap opera." In 1950 she signed on for the first-ever soap, "The First Hundred Years," which fell 99 years...
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