Previous Updates - 2016
December 30, 2016:
November 22, 2016:
- New photos: Gil Fenton, Mimi Haines Frame, Jamie Frame (Tim Holcomb), Brian and Iris.
- New info: Arrival: Perry Hutchins, asked Donna for a place to stay before his father, Carl Hutchins, found out he didn't graduate from college.
- The discrepancies in episode air dates for 1981: March, April, and May has finally been resolved. Another World was interrupted on March 30, 1981 due to the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. This episode was not aired in its entirety the following day.
October 20, 2016:
- New Freeze Frames: 1985: Mac and Nancy (February 21), Mac and Rachel (March 12), Jake (March 29), Marley and Jake (August 30). 1986: Mac (January 8).
- Introduction Scenes: Edward Gerard, In a hotel room, greeting his son, "I'm here." Wallingford, In a dark alley with Cecile, revealing Royal Dunning's plan to flee town under an assumed named before his murder.
- Exit Scene: Ben McKinnon, Outside Smiley's Diner to Marley Hudson, "I'm gonna miss you. Bye."
- New info: Actors' Names who played Minor Characters: Jerome Dempsey as Jeremiah "The Fat Man" Denby, Stephen Mendillo as Fred Nordmann (1st).
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1983 (May 9 - June 10).
September 19, 2016:
- New photos: Caroline Johnson, Jennifer Thatcher, Ron Styles.
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1983 (April 4 - May 6).
- New info: Updated Sets: Residences: Houses. Added Jeremiah "The Fat Man" Denby to Minor Characters. Jeremiah was a crooked business man involved in corrupt politics and appeared August - November 1983. Knut, husband of Helga Lindeman was killed by Sven Petersen.
- Major Characters: R.J. Morgan: Left to join the police academy. Legal History: Arrested for committing arson (1982); Tried for working for a drug ring that caused his father, Bob Morgan's death (1983). Elena DePoulignac (Maeve McGuire): Took Maggie Cory to Europe with Cecile DePoulignac's consent to protect her from Alma Rudder. Exit Scene: At the Cory Mansion with Maggie Cory to say goodbye to Mac.
- Added new details to the March 1967 synopses involving Susan Trustman's (Pat Randolph, 1964-1967) last scenes. Catlin Ewing is Larry and Blaine's half-brother through their mother, Jeanne Ewing.
September 3, 2016:
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1983 (March 7 - April 1).
- New info: Felicia and Louis St. George were divorced in March 1983. Minor character, Joe Bruno was an interior designer that pursued Susan Matthews while she was estranged from husband, Fred Douglas. Judith Barcroft (Lenore) departed in March 1971 shortly after Wally's birth (production date, March 18, 1971).
- Introduction Scenes: David Thatcher, Being advised that Donna Love has been snooping into Sally's past. Vivien Gorrow (Reintro, 1983), The Cory Mansion, visiting Mac and asking for a job. Exit Scene: Flo Murray, With Liz, warning her not to wish harm on others or she'll regret it.
- A very special thanks to an amazing fan sharing anecdotes and information. Another World was pre-empted March 29 - April 10, 1967 due to an AFTRA strike. The show resumed on April 11, 1967. In this episode Geoffrey Lumb (Dru) answered a knock on his door and addressed the audience saying, "Well come on in we've missed you." He then sat down and assured viewers they hadn't missed anything involving Danny Fargo's murder. Geoffrey then invited viewers to join him in Mary's kitchen to see what she was cooking.
- New photos: Mitchell Dru, Joe Bruno.
- Corrected/Updated dates and character names in Other Roles.
August 20, 2016:
July 14, 2016:
- Characters that made their debut on Another World in the weeks prior to the premier of Texas have been added to Minor Characters with new photos.
- New info: Brief descriptions of some Minor Characters that appeared in 1982-1983.
- New photos: Original Another World characters who crossed over to Texas added to the Texas page.
July 11, 2016:
- Added Albert, Fred, and Johann Nordmann (AKA Krebbs) to Minor Characters. They were German art thieves involved with collector Louis St. George. Mayor Brian Bancroft and Interpol agents, Rick Taylor and Ed Benedict, investigated and apprehended them.
- The weekly synopses for 1982 are now complete.
- New Photos: Albert Nordmann, Fred Nordmann (Adrian Sparks), Johann Nordmann, Horace Bakewell.
- New info: Introduction Scene: Etta Mae Burrell, At Carlino's, to Vicky Hudson, about being hired as her housekeeper and nanny, "What do you say?" Temporary Replacements: Sofia Landon Geier as Donna Love, December 12, 1990 - January 22, 1991, and September 16, 1993. Photos: Clarice Ewing (Laura Beatty), Donna Love (Sofia Landon Geier), Grant Harrison (Tom Spackman).
July 3, 2016:
- New info: Bob and Henrietta divorced in November 1982. Date of Death: Fred Ewing, January 1980. Elena DePoulignac was abandoned by Louis St. George while pregnant with Cecile and gave her up to save her marriage to Count Sergei DePoulignac. Minor Characters: (1982) Rachel dated New York publisher Sam Egan; Christine Wylie inherited her grandfather, Adlai's estate; Barbara Wylie appeared July - September 1982. Cecile and Blaine's characters in Jamie's novel, "A View of the Bay," were Yvonne and Margo respectively. Quinn Harding was estranged from her brother, Ed Harding, because he had her kicked out of their family home while growing up.
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1982 (October 18 - December 17, 1982).
- Corrected dates in Other Soap Roles entries.
June 30, 2016:
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1982 (August 2 - October 15, 1982). Enjoy reading the disturbing Alma Rudder storyline with more details.
- New photos: Kevin Anderson, Kevin and Jake, Reena Bellman Cook.
- New info: Actor Stephen Bogardus appeared as Sandy Cory, June 29 - July 8, 1993. Added first and last appearances of Minor Characters from 1993-1997. Added more 1993 Freeze Frames. Another World was pre-empted on July 1, 2, and November 25, 1993. Exit Scene (correction) for Ada Hobson: The Cory Mansion living room (in response to Cass Winthrop's line, "I think I've died and gone to heaven"), "So have we...Poof."
June 13, 2016:
- Introduction Scenes: Susan Matthews Shearer (Lynn Milgrim, 1982), The Matthews house voicing disapproval over Julia's devotion to Jamie Frame. Louis St. George, In the Cory Mansion, in response to Elena DePoulignac's cold reception, "You have to associate with me if you still want your little secret kept."
- Exit Scenes: Alice Matthews Frame (Linda Borgeson) To Rachel, "Steve still loves me in a way he'll never love you." Leonard Brooks (John Tillinger, 1982), In the Cory Mansion with Louise Goddard Brooks. Louise Goddard Brooks (1982), Cory Mansion, begging Rachel Cory to protect her family from Alma Rudder. Milo Simonelli, Movie set admitting to sabotaging his own movie to abscond with the insurance money. Ed Harding, The Morgan household with Henrietta Morgan. Diana Frame, With Pete Shea making peace with her father, Steve Frame, and Rachel Cory.
June 8, 2016:
- New photos: Patrick Miller, Sean Patrick Miller (1st), Sean Patrick Miller (2nd).
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1982 (June 21 - July 30, 1982).
- New info: Introduction Scene: Clara Hudson (Peg Small). Introduction Scene: the Hudson household to John Hudson and Gregory Hudson, "Many thanks to both of you capable, young men and all your hard labor." Date: April 18, 1995. Exit Scene: Nick Hudson (Justin Chambers) in the hospital to himself, "Maggie." Date: June 22, 1995. Last appearance: Dennis Wheeler (Chris Bruno), July 30, 1993. Shootings: Felicia Gallant shot Kyle Barkley on January 7, 1994; Grant Harrison shot Vicky Hudson on July 26, 1993; Grant Harrison shot himself on February 20, 1995. Weddings: Leonard Brooks and Louise Goddard in June 1980 (off-camera); Pete Shea and Diana Frame in June 1982 at the Justice of the Peace.
May 25, 2016:
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1982 (January 4 - June 18, 1982).
- New info: Introduction Scenes: Thomasina Todd (Sheila Spencer): Fellowship Hall with Quinn Harding. R.J. Morgan: Playing basketball with his father, Bob Morgan. Birthdays: Diana Frame, June 1965; Cindy Clark, 1948. Quinn Harding had a cousin named Richard Evans, a gang counselor in 1982. Cecile had her divorce from Jamie finalized while in the Dominican Republic with Sandy (December 1981). Ted and Cindy Clark's father died in 1965 while in prison. Minor Characters: Anne Whitelaw was Mac's lover in 1982 and was divorce by her husband who committed her to a mental institution. Douglas Carson died on February 16, 1993.
- New photos: Evan Grant, Connie Corelli, Alison Van Rohan, Quentin Ames (Peter Michael Goetz), Zack Hill, Rick Ludlow,
May 16, 2016
May 13, 2016
- Fleshed out weekly synopses for 1981 (November 23, 1981 - January 1, 1982).
May 7, 2016
- New photos: Quentin Ames, Victoria Bellman, Barrows, Bailey Thompson (Tom Ligon), Nurse Emily Maddux, Walter Trask, Neil Johannsen, Nora Simpson, Det. Susan Weller, Quincy Stoner, Dr. David Thornton (Joseph Ponazecki), Pam Sloan (Linda Scruggs), Dr. David Rogers, Janet Singleton (Lise Hilboldt), Madge Murray, Sidney Sugarman, Dana Kramer (Pasean Wilson).
April 29, 2016
- Fleshed out the weekly synopses for 1980 (December 31, 1979 - June 27, 1980).
April 3, 2016
- New info: Introduction Scenes: Alma Rudder: at her Claxton House hotel room to Cecile, "Any enemy of Blaine Ewing's is a friend of mine." Ed Harding: running into Quinn Harding at the police station (March 1982); Henrietta Morgan: at the Fellowship Hall with Bob Morgan and Quinn Harding (February 1982).
March 13, 2016
February 19, 2016
- New info: Alicia Coppola (Lorna Devon, 1991-1994) has been cast as Dr. Meredith Gates on "Young and the Restless." Veteran actor James Douglas (Eliot Carrington) died at age 86 on March 5, 2016.
- Added more 1993 Freeze Frames.
- Updated appearances of Dean Frame: Last appearance, October 8, 1993; Dean visited December 15, 16, and 17, 1993 and left on a world tour with Jenna.
January 23, 2016
- New info: Perry Hutchins and Thomasina Todd went on a date and shared a kiss in 1984. Exit Scene: Buzz Winslow (1979): Restrained by Larry Ewing while waiting for the police to arrest him.
- New Photos: Anne Howard as Cathy, a student of Jamie's on October 22, 1982, Rita Connelly, Scott and Dawn, Jane Overstreet, Dino Amati, Margaret Allen, Jim Matthews (Shepperd Strudwick), Angie Perrini (Toni Kalem), Rex Allingham, Liz Matthews (Sarah Cunningham), Dawn Rollo, Chad Rollo, Kyle Barkley.
January 22, 2016
January 20, 2016
- New info: Gerald Davis and Ada married in 1944. Gerald abandoned Ada and Rachel when she was two years old. Helen Moore's husband and Lenore's father, Charles Moore died in 1962. Exit Scene: Caroline Johnson: With a doctor in a mental institution after being apprehended by the police. Introduction Scene: Katherine Corning: At Bill and Missy's engagement party (January 1966).
January 5, 2016
- Added to Publications through Dropbox: All-AW magazines (1976, 1977, 1991, and 1999), and Synopses; Various soap magazines with Another World content, March 1969 - July 1980; PDFs 1960s, 1970s, early 1980s, 1985-1999, and Texas.
- New Photos: Henrietta Morgan, Sandy with Maggie, R.J. Morgan and Thomasina (Sheila Spencer), Denny Hobson.
- Upgraded Soap Opera Digest covers in Publications featuring Beverlee McKinsey (December 1977), Thomas Ian Griffith and Mary Page Keller (October 23, 1984), Tom Eplin and Ellen Wheeler (April 22, 1986).
- New info: Adelaide (Addie) was the name of Fred Douglas' first wife and mother to Tony Douglas. Introduction Scenes: Liz Matthews (Irene Dailey, 1974): with Alice and Janice at the hospital (January 11). Rick Halloway: In Philadelphia, over the phone to Taylor Halloway.
- New photo: Assistant D.A., Billy Dee Williams, 1967.
- Crossovers: Geoffrey Lumb played the role of Mitchell Dru prior to AW on two other P&G soaps Irna Phillips created:The Brighter Day, 1956-September 1962 (once the show had been cancelled) and ATWT, September 1962-1964.
- Updates: All home pages updated to include New Photos galleries.