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Hi Suds Buds!

There is some great news for ATWT and GL fans!  Recaps for both shows are back at TRO!   They may go on vacation again, but for now, they are back. Thank you all for your patience in this regard.

Port Charles Book 4

Livvie hearing things?  Jamal and Alison at odds?  Eternal life?  Fans of "Port Charles" stay tuned to Turtle-Run's Sneak Peeks this week as we reveal secrets from the next book just for you.  Check the Sneak Peeks that are uploaded this Thursday, August 2, 2001 for a glimpse of what's coming this Fall on "Port Charles."  Undead beware! 

Y&R's Heather Tom Moonlights on Stage with Tabitha's Real-Life Hubby

Summer love!  Oh how bittersweet it is.  The American premiere of "Lemonade," a searing comedy of new age love, sex, and friendship by Michael T. Folie, will have a limited engagement August 9 -- September 16 at the Tamarind Theater in Hollywood.  Heather Tom (Victoria, Y&R) stars with Maxwell Caulfield (ex Pierce, AMC). 

Heather Tom, a 2-time Emmy Award winning actress is the most nominated actress in her category.  She captured eight Emmy nods in the last nine years.  No stranger to the theater, Tom has starred in "The Glass Managerie," and she produced and starred in a revival of Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues," which garnered five Drama-Logue Awards, as well as a much heralded production of "Gila," a play by Mark Medoff ("Children of a Lesser God") for which she became fluent in sign language.

Maxwell Caulfield's 1979's Off-Broadway debut in "Class Enemy" in New York garnered him a prestigious Theatre World Award.  The following year he gave an acclaimed performance in the title role of the Tony Award-winning production of "The Elephant Man."  He then appeared opposite legends Geraldine Page in "Paradise Lost," Jessica Tandy in "Salonika" at New York's Public Theatre, in the Royal National Theatre Broadway production of "An Inspector Calls," and the Olivier-winning comedy, "My Night with Reg."  In Los Angeles he has been seen at the Mark Taper Forum in "Entertaining Mr. Sloane," and "Sleuth" with Stacey Keach at the Ahmanson Theater.  On television, millions of Americans may recall Caulfield's explosive performance as Charlton Heston's son Miles on the ABC series "The Colbys," and he appeared for a short time on "All My Children" as Pierce. He has starred in the motion pictures "Grease 2" with Michelle Pfeiffer, "The Boys Next Door" with Charlie Sheen, and "The Real Blonde" with Daryl Hannah.  He is married to Juliet Mills, the popular Tabitha of NBC's "Passions."

With half-priced previews August 9 and 10, "Lemonade" opens Saturday, August 11, 2001 at the Tamarind Theatre in Hollywood, CA and will be presented every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday through September 16, 2001 only.  Showtimes are 8 PM Thursdays through Saturdays, and 7 PM on Sundays.  Tickets are a steal at $15.00 and $20.00 and may be obtained by calling Ticketsource at 818 906-0675 or 323 930-9302 between 10 AM-7 PM PT, Mondays-Saturdays, and noon-6 PM PT on Sundays.  

Passions' Andrea Evans Named the 2001 Celebrity Ambassador for City of Hope's Walk for Hope Against Breast Cancer. 

Andrea Evans (Rebecca), who has actively supported the City of Hope for a number of years, has a particular affinity to the organization, as her mother is a breast cancer survivor.

Among other activities, Evans will participate in upcoming "walks September 9 in Duarte, CA, October 6 in San Francisco, CA and October 21 in Chicago, IL (see public appearances below).

"The groundbreaking discoveries made at City of Hope and the millions of lives touched would not be possible without the support of compassionate people like Andrea" says Steve Mackel, senior director of Development for national events at City of Hope City of Hope. City of Hope appreciates her time and commitment to the Walks for Hopes Against Breast Cancer, and we are proud to have her as our 2001 Celebrity Ambassador."

"I'm honored to have been named the Celebrity Ambassador for the upcoming Walks for Hope, and passionate about spreading the word on the extraordinary efforts being made by the City of Hope to find a cure for breast cancer," notes Andrea.  "I am committed to making this year's walks the most successful ever, and know that walking together we can make a difference and win the fight."

The City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute, a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center located in the Greater Los Angeles area, is one of the world's leading research and treatment centers for cancer and other serious diseases including diabetes and HIV/AIDS.  The work conducted at City of Hope is shared with medical centers worldwide, touching the lives of millions of people everywhere.

Mimi Torchin, Former Editor-in-Chief, Soap Opera Weekly, Now with SoapNet

Mimi Torchin, former editor-in-chief of "Soap Opera Weekly," has been named a contributing editor to SoapNet.com, the online counterpart of SoapNet, ABC Cable Networks Group's 24-hour soap opera channel. 

Torchin is a widely recognized and respected authority in the soap opera industry.  She began her journalism career at "Cue Magazine" in New York, and went on to serve as the publication's theater editor.  From there, she freelanced as a reviewer of theater and for the quarterly soap publication, "Soap Opera's Greatest Stories and Stars."  Soon after, she was hired by Rupert Murdoch to create "Soap Opera Weekly" where she remained for 10 years as the editor-in-chief.  Torchin also held court as the host of E! Entertainment Television's live Daytime Emmy pre-show for six years.

Meet DOOL's Robert Cuthill

After an extensive international casting search, Robert Cuthill has landed the role of Colin Murphy, the enigmatic doctor who got Jennifer Horton's pulse racing in Africa on Days of our Lives.

Although born in Chicago, Cuthill is of true British descent.  His father, Ian, is from Dundee, Scotland, and his mother, Jean, is from Whitney, England (an hour's drive northwest of London). Robert is the youngest of four children; he has one older brother and two older sisters.

When he was five years old, Robert's family moved to Syracuse, New York. Robert excelled in academics as well as soccer and on the baseball field. Upon graduation from Fayetteville Manlius High School, Robert attended Cornell University as a business management and marketing major. After graduation, Robert went to work as a marketing analyst for Diebold, Inc., the Fortune 500 manufacturer of ATM machines in Canton, Ohio. As a creative outlet from his day job, Cuthill became involved with the North Canton Playhouse, performing in several productions.

Robert soon realized that life on the stage was his true calling.  He ditched his job at Diebold and moved to New York City to receive formal acting training. To support himself, Robert worked the evening and graveyard shifts as a computer specialist with several investment banks. For two years he studied intensely, not allowing himself to go to go to auditions until the training program was complete. After determining that he was prepared to pursue professional work, Robert quickly amassed theatrical and commercial credits to his resume. One of his most notable gigs was a stint on "As the World Turns" portraying Officer Don Barker. "Margo was wrongfully accused of murder and was put in jail awaiting trial.  Somehow she tricked my character out of his keys and escaped to find the real killer," Cuthill explains.

After a string of commercial and theatrical jobs, Robert's agency, The Gage Group, encouraged him to give Los Angeles a shot.  Much as it pained him to leave New York, Robert moved to Hollywood and again supported himself as a freelance computer specialist while juggling auditions. In December 2000, Robert had his first of five auditions for the role of Colin Murphy. The process took a full six months, but in the end Cuthill landed the coveted role and was suddenly part of the equation in one of daytime television's all time super couples, Jack and Jennifer.

"It's surreal to be working here on Days," Cuthill states. "In college, my fraternity brothers would skip class to watch the show. One of the biggest attractions was to see Missy Reeves."

In his spare time, Robert continues to study acting and likes to play the occasional round of golf.  He remains close to his family and travels to the United Kingdom to visit relatives as often as he can.

Robert celebrates his birthday on August 29th. He stands 6" and has brown hair and hazel eyes.

Meet DOOL's Eddie Velez

Eddie Velez portrays Paul Mendez, Salem's newest villain with a score to settle, on NBC's number one daytime drama, "Days of our Lives."

Velez, a native of Manhattan, New York, is the son of Ramon and Mercedes Velez.  Eddie has an older brother named Raymond, and two younger sisters, Esther and Maureen. Eddie attended the High School of Art and Design and The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, before moving to Los Angeles.  In Los Angeles, Eddie studied with esteemed director Jose Quintero at the Mark Taper Forum.

Eddie has enjoyed success in all mediums.  He is featured in the soon to be released film The Hunted, directed by William Friedkin, and recently appeared in Steven Soderbergh's highly acclaimed film Traffic, where he played a drug enforcement agent alongside Benicio Del Toro.   Other films include Most Wanted, Split Decisions, and the cult-hit film Repo Man.

On television, Eddie has made numerous guest-star appearances and has starred in several prime time series, including The A Team, Charlie and Company, and Trial and Error, which earned him a Golden Eagle Award from the Nosotros Organization and a Cesar Award from the Hispanic Achievement Society.  He was also featured in the Emmy Award winning NBC miniseries Drug Wars: The Camarena Story.

On stage, Eddie created the role of Lenny in the World Premier production of "Delirious" at the Matrix Theatre, garnering the Drama-Logue Award for Best Ensemble.

Eddie resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Catharine Grace, whom he met in acting class. He has a daughter twenty-three years of age.

Eddie is thrilled to finally get the opportunity to play a villain. "Villains are fun to play because anything goes and everybody always remembers the bad guys, " Eddie remarks enthusiastically.  "And I just love the evil theme music that usually plays when the villains go lurking about, plotting their next diabolical move."

Eddie stands 6" and has brown hair and brown eyes.  He celebrates his birthday on June 4th.

DOOL's Steve Blackwood has "Mood Swings"

Steve Blackwood (Bart) has a second CD about to hit the stores in August.  Entitled "Mood Swings" on Positone Records, Steve sings jazz and blues hits from Gershwin, Cole Porter, and a few original tunes composed by our very own Bart himself!  If you're into swing, be sure to look for "Mood Swings" this coming month.

Passions Says Good Bye to a Good Friend

It is with great sadness that "Passions" reports the death of their colleague and friend, Owen Bush. Owen died on June 12, 2001 at the age of 79.  He was born in Savannah, Missouri on November 10, 1921.

Owen received his first "big break" in Hollywood from his good friend William Frawley, who played Fred Mertz on "I Love Lucy."  Frawley convinced Owen to come to Hollywood where he quickly became a recognizable radio personality and television and movie character actor.

Owen Bush's extensive credits included regular roles on "Bonanza," "Peyton Place," "The Andy Griffith Show," "Our House," "Manhunt" and "Shane," as well as the movies "Valley of the Dolls," "Bonnie & Clyde," "Vanishing Point," "The Hand," "The Last Star Fighter" and "The Apple Dumpling Gang." As he grew as a character actor, Owen's list of guest-starring roles on TV series became extensive. They included: "How the West Was Won," "McMillan & Wife," "Death Valley Days," "The Doris Day Show," "Mod Squad," "Murder She Wrote," "Dynasty," "Falcon Crest," "Gunsmoke," "Maverick," "Streets of San Francisco," "Little House on the Prairie," "Dallas" and "Highway to Heaven."

Owen's last role was as the recurring character, Orville, on "Passions" from November 1999 to March 2000.

And on "Sex and the City..."

Airing this week is episode #58 titled, "Belles of the Balls," where our fearless heroines find themselves wondering --  Are men really less emotional than woman?  We begin with Carrie who realizes that she can not conceal her friendship with Mr. Big from Aidan anymore.  So, she tries to bring them bot to a better understanding of each other. Will she succeed or alienate one or both of them?  In the meantime, Samantha, hot on the pursuit of an account, comes up against a real ball buster.  Later, Charlotte and Trey keep up the hard work of making a baby, while Miranda and Steve get closer than they've been in a long time. 

Plus, "Sex and the City" Returns Next January with 6 New Episodes

With the first 12 episodes of its fourth season now debuting Sunday nights through August 12, 2001, HBO's hit comedy "Sex and the City" will return with the final six episodes of the season beginning January, 2002, debuting new shows on Sunday nights.  These six shows were scheduled for next year, instead of immediately following the other new episodes in the event that writers' or actors' strike affected production.

In addition, the fourth season's first 12 episodes will begin an encore run this November, starting Sunday, November 25, 2001. Each week, two episodes will air back-to-back at 9 PM ET, immediately following an encore episode of "The Sopranos."

Meanwhile, "Sex and the City" continues to spark rave reviews.  The "New York Post" called it "one of the best shows on TV," and "The Wall Street Journal" wrote, "Funny, frank, female lotharios make 'Sex and the City' a joy.  "Elle Magazine" raves, "Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis and the always incandescent Sarah Jessica Parker play kindred spirits ... with equal parts bravado and grace."  The "Boston Herald" gave it four stars, declaring "HBO's gem is as bright and bold as ever."

Last January the series won two Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series, Musical or Comedy, and Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series for Sarah Jessica Parker.   The show won the same two Golden Globes in 2000.  Sarah Jessica Parker also won a Screen Actors Guild Award earlier this year for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Comedy Series. In addition, the show was nominated for nine Emmys last year, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (Kim Cattrall). 

On SoapCenter as of Friday, July 27, 2001

Spotlight: Mysterious Ways on All My Children  Catch up with the two newest Pine Valley residents, primetime veteran, Jack Scalia (Chris) and Amelia Heinle (Mia, ex Steffi, Loving), who both just joined the cast of AMC.  Scalia's character, Chris, gets under the skin of Erica (Susan Lucci).  Heinle's character, Mia, is keeping secrets from Ryan (Cameron Mathison) and Liza (Marcy Walker).

Feature Report: Country Music Loves the Soaps  Take Nashville by storm for the Country Music Assn's "Fan Fair," and get to meet the enthusiastic fans of both soaps and country music.  Country music stars and actors from ABC, CBS and NBC -- including Kassie DePaiva (Blair, OLTL) Bobbie Eakes (Macy, B&B), McKenzie Westmore (Sheridan, Passions) and Austin Peck (Austin, DOOL) share the warm welcome from the audience.

Character Profile: Guiding Light's Danny Santos  Visit the GL set for an interview with Paul Anthony Steward, who has played the brooding mobster, Danny Santos, since 1998.  Stewart traces Danny's love affair with Michelle, and his character's twisted relationship with his mother, Carmen.

At Home: Kitchens of the Stars   Josh Taylor (Roman, DOOL), Kimberlin Brown (Rachel, PC) and Ellen Dolan (Margo, ATWT) reveal the personal reasons why, of all places, their kitchen is one of their favorite rooms in the house.

Spotlight: Port Charles Lynn  Herring and Jon Lindstrom (Kevin & Lucy)  Their on-screen chemistry has made them one of soaps' most popular couples.  And it is clear why they look like they're having fun.  They are!  Lynn Herring and Jon Lindstrom share their thoughts on what makes Kevin and Lucy tick.

Premiering on SoapCenter, Friday, August 3, 2001.

Feature Report:  Two of Soaps Rising Young Stars  Two young actors are carrying heave storylines these days. Kristen Alderson (Starr, OLTL), and Christopher Tavani (Luke, ATWT).  Spend some time with both to learn what it's like being a kid on a soap.

Special Contributor Mimi Torchin and Alison Sweeney  Join Mimi Torchin as she sits down with Alison Sweeney (Sami, DOOL) for a candid conversation about life, love and Sami's scheming ways!

Character Profile: All My Children's Liza Colby  Emmy-winning actress Marcy Walker offers insight into Liza complicated life, including her turbulent relationships with Tad, Adam, Marian and Dixie.

Fame By Any Other Name   Who is more famous?  The actor or the character?  Mark Consuelos (Mateo, AMC), Scott Reeves (Ryan, Y&R) and Rodney Van Johnson (TC, Passions) address what happens when you're better known as the character you play.

Behind the Scenes: The Earthquake on Guiding Light  Disaster strikes the fictional kingdom of San Cristobel and characters Cassie, Noah, Richard and Reva.  Go backstage and see how Guiding Light pulled of this large-scale calamity.

Casting

Days of our Lives:Serena Gabriele continues as Elizabeth.   RichardChaves continues as Captain Eduardo.

Passions: John Beck joins the cast in the recurring role of Bruce, a good friend of Julian Crane.  In addition to numerous guest appearances and leads in movies of the week, Beck's credits include the television series "Flamingo Road," "Dallas," "Tradewinds" and "13 Bourbon Street" as well as the films "Sleeper," "Audrey Rose," "The Other Side of Midnight," "Rollerball" and "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid."   Beck's first airdate is August 3, 2001.

Port CharlesMarcelo Tubert has been cast as Father Armando.  His previous on-camera work includes "Code Blue," "Under Suspicion," and Leprechaun 3."  He also works regularly as a voice over artist.  His first airdate is Thursday, August 23, 2001.

Seeing Stars

AMC:   Anthony Addabbo (Dimitri) appears with Kathleen Chalfant, BillyCrudup and Alice Ripley and other stars from Guiding Light (see below) in Supertalk, a short film by Guiding Light stage manager Adam Reist and Andy Lawler.  The film will premiere on Saturday, August 11 at the First Guerrilla Film & Video Festival at the Tribeca Film Center.  For information on the festival, call 718-833-1768; for further information on Supertalk, visit the website at www.supertalkthemovie.com Also on August 11, 2001 see Josh Duhamel (Leo) and Cameron Mathison (Ryan) at the Women's Expo, Dallas Market Mall, Dallas, TX beginning at 2 PM.   Tickets:Adults $7.00; Seniors $6.00; Children 12 and Under are Free; $2.00 off Admission coupons available in July/August at Minyard Food Stores. Call for info: (214) 553-9447 or toll free at (877) 553-9447.  On August 18, 2001 seeWalt Willey (Jackson) at The Colonnade I Jonesboro, AR beginning at 7 pm. The event is called "The War Party," a fundraiser hosted by the Indian Club, who supports and raises funds for Arkansas State University athletics and athletic scholarships. Willey will be doing the comedy act as well as a meeting and greeting at the pre-party. Ticket Price: $75.  Call for info  870-972-2401

As the World Turns:  Chad Tucker joins Phylicia Rashad in the Roundabout Theatre production of the musical, BLUE.  Performances are at New York City's Gramercy Theatre, 127 East 23rd Street.  For ticket information, call the theater at (212) 777-4900 or Ticketmaster at (212) 307-4100.

Days of Our Lives:   On Saturday, August 4, 2001, Jay Johnson appears at the 25th Annual Home Remodeling & Decorating Show at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  Call 818 909-9963 for info.  Jay also appears on Saturday, August 11, 2001 at Sears in the Sangerton Square Mall in New Hartford, NY.  Call 315 793-3968 for info.  On Saturday, August 11, 2001 see Matt Cedeno (Brandon) at the Eaton Place Mall in Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada from 2-3 PM.  That same night at 8 PM, Matt will appear at the Cruz Auto Show in downtown Winnipeg.   Also on Saturday, August 11, 2001 see AlisonSweeney (Sami) at the Westfield Shoppingtown North Country Mall in Escondido, CA from 1-4 PM as part of SOD's Mall Tour.  Fans can get autographs, photos and compete for the opportunity to read an actual soap scene opposite Alison.  On Saturday, August 18, 2001, see Austin Peck (Austin) at the Mall of America in Minneapolis, MN from 1-4 PM as another stop on SOD's Mall Tour.  This time, along with autographs and photos, you get the chance to compete to play opposite Austin in a real soap scene. Also on Saturday, August 18, 2001 see Matt Cedeno, Jason Cook and Aaron VanWagner at the Colortyme Rent to Own Store in Oxnard, CA. 

General Hospital:  August 16-19, 2001 is the "Living the Dream Convention" at Ren-Mar Studios, Stage #6, in Los Angeles.  Primarily an event for fans of the TV series "The Pretender," Lisa Cerasoli ("V," GH) is scheduled to appear.  Michael T. Weiss (ex Mike Horton, DOOL) is tentatively scheduled.  For further information email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Guiding Light:  Justin Deas, Beth Ehlers, Kurt McKinney, and Anthony Addabbo appear with Kathleen Chalfant, BillyCrudup and Alice Ripley in Supertalk, a short film by Guiding Light stage manager Adam Reist and Andy Lawler.  The film will premiere on Saturday, August 11 at the First Guerrilla Film & Video Festival at the Tribeca Film Center.  For information on the festival, call 718-833-1768; for further information on Supertalk, visit the website at www.supertalkthemovie.com

One Life to Live:  On Saturday, August 25, 2001 at Rabs Country Lanes in Staten Island, NY, the 6th Annual One Life to Live Sing-A-Long Spectular will take place from 7:30-11:30 PM.  Goumba Johnny and WKTU radio will host. Stars include Hillary B. Smith (Nora), Laurence Lau (Sam), Catherine Hickland (Lindsay), Ty Treadway (Colin), David Fumero (Cristian), Jessica Morris (Jennifer), Brandon Routh (Seth), MelissaArcher (Natalie), Fiona Hutchinson (Gabrielle), Michael Tipps (Al), Kassie DePaiva (Blair), Gina Tognoni (Kelly), Patricia Mauceri (Carlotta) and Mark Derwin (Ben),  Plus -- the promise of other "surprise" guests.  Proceeds go to Rainbows Hope, a non-profit organization that provides for the needs of children who are stricken with chronic and life threatening illnesses.  For further information call 212 456-3585.

PassionsTravis Schuldt (Ethan) will be co-hosting and signing autographs at the 5th Annual Fashion Dallas / Kim Dawson Agency Model Search in Dallas, TX on Saturday, August 4 at the Dallas Galleria beginning at 11:00 a.m.  At 12:00 noon Travis will play Passions Trivia with the audience and a lucky winner will be able to have ice-cream with Travis! For more information call The Kim Dawson Agency at (214) 638-2414. James Hyde (Sam), Travis Schuldt (Ethan) and Donn Swaby (Chad) will be walking the catwalk at the First Annual West Coast Collective Fashion Bash at the Napa Valley Bar & Grill in Westwood, CA on Monday, August 6 at 7:00 p.m.  This fundraiser/fashion show will benefit "Our House", a charity which provides grief support services, education, resources and hope to children and adults throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area.  Tickets are $125 and are tax-deductible.  For more information call (323) 848-2991.Also on August 6, Brook Kerr (Whitney) appears at the estyle.com Tennis Tournament in Manhattan Beach, CA.  As a celebrity guest, Brook will be hosting a "drawing" during the evening.  Brook will also be available to meet and greet fans.  For more information visit

www.estyle.com.Rodney Van Johnson (TC) and Ryan McPartlin (Hank) will participate in the 2001 WAGL Co-ed Celebrity Golf Tournament benefiting The Wellness Community of West Los Angeles on Friday, August 10 at Robinson's Ranch Valley Course in Santa Clarita, CA. For more info (818) 382-6200 or (323) 782-8487. Jesse Metcalfe (Miguel) appears at the Westfield Shoppingtown North County in San Diego, CA on Sunday, August 12 from 1-4 p.m. as part of Soap Opera Digest's 'Mall Tour 2001.'  Jesse will conduct a Q&A session, perform a scene with a member of the audience and sign autographs and pose for pictures. Galen Gering (Luis) appears at the Aventura Mall in Miami, FL on Saturday, September 1 from 1-4 p.m. as part of Soap Opera Digest's 'Mall Tour 2001.'  Galen will conduct a Q&A session, perform a scene with a member of the audience and sign autographs and pose for pictures.  Look for more information in upcoming issues of Soap Opera Digest. Andrea Evans (Rebecca), a member of the Celebrity Council for the Annual City of Hope's "Walk of Hope," will be participating in the "Walk of Hope 2001" in Duarte, CA on Sunday, September 9.  Additionally, Andrea will also participate in the "Walk of Hope" in San Francisco on Saturday, October 6 in San Francisco and in Chicago, IL on Sunday, October 21.  For information on how you can participate and raise money for the City of Hope call (800) 266-7920.

Bubbles Busted?  Snail Mail TPTB! 

All My Children: Audience Information, ABC TV, 77 W. 66th St, NY, NY 10023
As the World Turns: CBS TV, 51 W. 52nd St, NY, NY 10019
Bold & the Beautiful: CBS TV, 7800 Beverly Blvd, LA, CA 90036
Days of Our Lives: NBC TV, 3000 W. Alameda Ave, Burbank, CA 91523
General Hospital: ABC TV, 4151 Prospect Ave, Hollywood, CA  90027
Guiding Light: CBS TV, 51 W 52nd St, NY, NY 10019
One Life to Live: ABC TV, Audience Information, 77 W. 66th St, NY, NY 10023
Passions: CBS Radford Studios, 4024 Radford Ave, Studio City, CA 91604
Port Charles: ABC TV, 4151 Prospect Ave, Hollywood, CA  90027
Young & the Restless: CBS TV, 7800 Beverly Blvd, LA, CA 90036

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