Note: In the last scene when Maeve is singing Danny Boy, Helen Gallagher started to break down during the scene and improvised the bit about asking everybody else to sing with her. If you look closely at the crowd many of the actors have trouble singing because they don’t know the words to the song! After Ryan’s Hope was canceled, the Ryan’s pub set was given to ABC’s One Life to Live where it was used for another few years.
The original primetime soap opera. Original airing: September 18, 1968. Starring in this episode: Ed Nelson (Michael Rossi), Ryan O’Neal (Rodney Harrington), Barbara Parkins (Betty Anderson), Christopher Connelly (Norman Harrington), Patricia Morrow (Rita Harrington), James Douglas (Steven Cord), Tippy Walker (Carolyn Russell), Robert Hogan (Rev. Tom Winter), Michael Christian (Joe Rossi), Sharon Hugueny (Donna Franklin), Barbara Rush (Marsha Russell) and Joe Maross (Fred Russell). Story (from IMDb): Mike makes clear to Tom that Jill lost her baby because of him. Shortly after, Tom announces his plans on divorcing Susan. Meanwhile, Norman fears that Betty will turn to Steven for comfort again. Carolyn finds out that her father is dating a young woman, Donna. URL: www.imdb.com I DO NOT OWN THIS MATERIAL. This episode is currently unavailable on DVD. As soon as it becomes available for purchase, I will remove the episode.
The story of the missing “I Really like Lucy” Christmas 1956 episode reported by Rona Barrett on the “Television: Inside & Out” broadcast of Saturday, December 19th, 1981. Co-hosts Sylvester “Pat” Weaver and Wil Shriner contribute.
The very first episode of the classic gothic soap opera Dark Shadows such as commercials which aired from 1966 to 1971. It was the first daytime plan to feature supernatural elements which includes ghosts, witches, werewolves and a 175-year old vampire named Barnabas Collins. Video Rating: four / five
TryWebCopyCat.com F Troop (1965) Season 1 Episode 1 Component 1 Full Episodes Season 1, Episode 1 — Aired 9/14/1965 Scourge of the West Private Wilton Parmenter gets promoted following leading a charge against the Confederates and receives an assignment as Fort Courage’s new commanding officer. Video Rating: 5 / five