General Hospital ~ Happy 50th Anniversary

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Happy 50th Anniversary General Hospital (c) ABCCongratulations to General Hospital and fans of the soap opera. Today marks the 50th anniversary of this ABC Daytime iconic continuing drama and fans have been treated to so many fun and wonderful surprises, like the returns of favorite characters Duke, Lucy, Anna, Scotty, Bobbie and more.

As part of General Hospital's Golden 50th Anniversary on April 1st, ABC is offering special prints representing some of the most notable romances,heartaches and jaw-dropping events spanning across the decades.

An iconic 50th Anniversary Cast Photo is part of the limited edition offering, which includes fan-favorites from past and present commemorating the occasion. 1963 of these prints are available, referencing the year the show began.

Six prints for each decade will also be offered—one limited edition and five regular prints—and all limited editions will come hand-numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity. The perfect collector's gift for the GH fan in your life--and don't forget to pick one up for yourself--before they sell out!

Available for purchase HERE


General Hospital 50th Anniversary Commemerative Cast Photo (c) ABC

Noteworthy:  General Hospital/ABC has joined forces with amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, in celebration of "General Hospital's" 50th Anniversary with an exciting storyline integration. Approaching 50 historic years on ABC on April 1 and to help mark the show's Golden Anniversary, "General
Hospital" will reprise the immensely popular Nurses Ball, a fictional
charity event complete with musical performances from the illustrious
citizens of Port Charles dedicated to HIV/AIDS awareness. The partnership
with amfAR marks the first time that the Nurses Ball will be linked to a
non-fictional charity, and helps to continue amfAR's vastly important
mission of raising HIV/AIDS awareness. The inaugural Nurses Ball aired in
1994 and became an annual event until 2001. (50th Anniversary Cast Photo ABC/Todd Wawrychuk)