Previous Updates - 2019
November 29, 2019:
- New pictures in Photo Galleries: Gil McGowan (Dolph Sweet), Alice Matthews Frame (Jacquie Courtney), Vivien Gorrow, Perry Hutchins, Ernest Gregory, Kevin Anderson, Willis Frame (John Fitzpatrick) and Angie Perrini (Toni Kalem), Evan Frame (Charles Grant), and Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon (Sally Spencer).
- Kenny Reed added to Minor Characters, who was a Frame border and was Josie's manager. He was played by Michael Louden and Luke Perry.
- New Audition stories for Alice Barrett-Mitchell (Frankie Frame) and Ray Liotta (Joey Perrini).
- New info: in Music about the contest that was held in search of Dean Frame's backup band and the making of the video for the song, "Ladykiller." Fleshed out some details about the trial of Brittany Peterson for the attempted murder of then husband, Peter Love.
November 3, 2019:
- New Photo: Donna Wandrey who temporarily played the role of Angie Perrini on July 1, 9, and 14 1976.
- New pictures in Photo Galleries: Elena DePoulignac (Maeve McGuire), Lenore Moore (Judith Barcroft), Reginald Love and Mary McKinnon, Jason Dunlap, Marshall Kramer (Randy Brooks), and Vince McKinnon (Robert Hogan) and Mary McKinnon.
- New info: The character of Liz Matthews left to help Missy Palmer take care of Ricky Matthews in July 1971 and took Kevin Thatcher to California in June 1986.
October 28, 2019:
- Replaced some Soap Opera Digest Covers.
- New pictures in the Photo Galleries including: Robert Delaney and Janice Frame (Victoria Thompson), Cindy Clark, Peter Love (Marcus Smythe), Neil Johnson, Nancy McGowan (Jane Cameron), Morgan Winthrop, Mac and Rachel Cory, Olive Randolph, Spencer Harrison, Abel Marsh, Susan Matthews Shearer (Roni Dengel), Dean Frame, Felicia Gallant, Mary McKinnon and Donna Love (Philece Sampler), and Robert Delaney and Lenore Moore (Susan Sullivan).
- New photo: Charlie Rushinberger.
- New 1991 Daily Synopses (January 21 - April 8).
September 27, 2019:
- Fleshed out the Ratings page, which now includes yearly (1964-1999) and weekly (September 1989-June 1999) numbers.
- New pictures of additional minor characters, Grace Shaw and Bonnie Broderick.
September 6, 2019:
August 27, 2019:
- Pre-emptions: AW was pre-empted on the following dates: November 24, 1983, January 2, 1984, and January 1 and 28, 1986.
- New info: Reintroduction scene/line for Ellen Wheeler as Marley Hudson (1998).
- Shootings: Drug dealer shot Bob Morgan on December 17, 1982; Alma Rudder shot Sandy Cory on May 13, 1983.
August 24, 2019:
- New info: Introduction Scenes/Lines for the following characters: Tyrone Montgomery, Matthew Cory (Brian Krause and Jeff Phillips), Gary Sinclair (John Littlefield). Exit Scenes/Lines: John Hudson, Amanda Cory (Laura Moss), Grant Harrison (Mark Pinter, March 1999), Josie Watts (Amy Carlson).
- New Dates: First and/or last appearances of the following characters: Lila Roberts, Steven Frame (Christopher Conroy), Marshall Kramer (Andre DeShields), Kirkland Harrison (Connor Rademaker), Marley Hudson (Jensen Buchanan, 1998), Gregory Hudson (Christopher Gautieri, Blaise Garza, and Alex Bowen), Charlie Frame Winthrop (Lindsey Fabes).
August 15, 2019:
- New photos: Trent Forbes, Anna Marie "Apple Annie" Callahan (Prudence Wright-Holmes), Laurie Miller, Madeleine Thompson. Frank Julian (2nd), and Lila Dawson (Mary Teresa).
- Announcements: The "Advice for Jake" segments took place after the freeze frames on April 4 (Tom Eplin) and April 6, 1994 (Tom Eplin and Julian McMahon).
- New dates of first and last appearances for Minor Characters who appeared 1993-1996.
- Sad news: Robert Milli, who played Wayne Addison 1969-1970 died on July 18, 2019.
- Correction: Last appearance of Colleen Dion as Brett Gardner was December 19, 1994. Exit Scene: Her apartment, to Morgan Winthrop, "You're someone's dream come true, Morgan."
July 31, 2019:
- Sad News: Sally Spencer, (M.J. McKinnon, 1986-1987) died from leukemia on July 13, 2019. David Hedison (Spencer Harrison, 1991-1995, 1996, 1999) died on July 18, 2019.
April 22, 2019:
- New Daily Synopses for 1985 (February 4-May 31) and 1991 (January 23-March 21).
- Actor Stephen Joyce (Paul Connelly, 1979-1980) died on January 26, 2017. Actress Bradley Bliss (Kit Halloway, 1979-1981) now goes by her real name Diane Bradley.
- Celebrity Guest Appearances: Liberace as himself on May 16, 17, 24, and June 3, 1985. He played "For I'll Be Seeing You," "Memory," and "As Time Goes By" during these episodes.
- New Info: Michauch Little played Carter and Thomasina's son, Grant Todd II in 1985-1986.
March 8, 2019:
- New Daily Synopses for 1985 (February 1-March 29).
- New Minor Characters: Jenny Frame; mother of Steve and siblings, May 8, 1972. FB. Howard Battis; Lover of Janice Frame. Father of Evan Frame. Died 1978 of heart attack. Henry Frame; father of Steve and siblings, May 8, 1972. FB.
- New Photo: Sven Petersen.
March 4, 2019:
- New Magazine Covers for Texas.
- The AWHP Main Page has been updated. The customized home pages are no longer active and have been removed.
- New Info (more complete): More dates of first and last appearances for the following characters: Ted Bancroft (Luke Reilly), Mitch Blake, Louise Goddard and Brooks (1982), Elena DePoulignac (Maeve McGuire), Roy Bingham, Jeanne Ewing, Blaine Ewing (Judy Dewey), Jamie Frame (Richard Bekins), Marie Fenton, Willis Frame (Leon Russom), Vivien Gorrow (1983), Denny Hobson, Abel Marsh, Lily Mason, Susan Matthews Shearer (Lynn Milgrim, 1982), Russ Matthews (David Bailey, 1992), Nancy McGowan (Jane Cameron), M.J. McKinnon (Kathleen Layman), Bob Morgan, Henrietta Morgan, Loretta Shea, Milo Simonelli, David Thatcher, Stacey Winthrop (Terry Davis), Kevin Thatcher, Grant Todd, Miranda Bishop, Carter Todd, Ben McKinnon, and Amy Dudley. Jeanne Ewing was born on October 15, 1982. Louis St. George died on October 24, 1983. A special thank you to AW fans involved during the last few months towards this work.
- The AWVL Master Episode List on the The Another World Video Library is complete from 1964-1979 and May 23, 1986 - December 31, 1992. This table includes air dates, pre-emptions, episode numbers, and the episodes that are available.
- New synopses for 1984 (September 6-December 31) and 1985 (January 2-31).
February 10, 2019:
- Sad News: Carmen Duncan who played Iris Wheeler, (1988-1994) passed away on February 3.
- New pictures: Within the Photo Galleries for the following characters: Barbara Weaver (Roberta Maxwell) and Vic Hastings, Buzz Winslow, Clarice Ewing, Elena DePoulignac (Christina Pickles), Greg Barnard and Pat Randolph (Beverly Penberthy), Jamie Frame (Bobby Doran), Jeff Stone, Jim Matthews (Hugh Marlowe), Joey Perrini, Karen Campbell, Larry Ewing, Liz Matthews (Irene Dailey) and Leueen Parrish,
Leonard Brooks and Louise, Louise Goddard Brooks, Molly Ordway Randolph, Olive Randolph and Blaine Ewing (Laura Malone), Roy Barry, Ted Bancroft (Eric A. Roberts), Sally Frame (Cathy Greene and Julie Philips), Scott Bradley, and Willis Frame (Leon Russom).
- All the Photo Galleries are now organized and alphabetized by character's first name.
February 8, 2019:
- The Photos Galleries for S and T-Z has been organized and alphabetized by character's first name.
- New Audition stories for the following actors: Kale Browne (Michael Hudson), Clayton Prince (Reuben Lawrence, 1988-1990), Russell Todd (Jamie Frame, 1990-1993), Anna Holbrook (Sharlene Frame), and Danielle Burns (Nancy McGowan, 1974-1983).
- The Music page now includes music played during intermission (around the half-way mark) and show bumpers (between commercials).
February 1, 2019:
- Corrections/Revisions: Previous Roles.
- The Music page has been fleshed out with an excerpt from Another World creator, Irna Phillips' manuscript, "All My Worlds," about the use of organ music on soaps, song names and artists, descriptions of each opening theme song and mid-show bumpers. On September 28, 1979, Pink Floyd taped their song "One of My Turns," from their 1979 album, "The Wall." At the song's beginning, Trudy Young performs a monologue while a television plays in the background in the studio. Part of the television broadcast that was captured was an episode of that day's episode of Another World.
- New Dates: First appearances of Tony Cummings as Rick Halloway and Judy Cassmore as Margo Grove were on May 27, 1980. Last appearance of Leon Russom as Willis Frame was June 17, 1980.
- Flesh out the weekly synopses for 1983 (December 5 - 16).
January 14, 2019:
- New Photos: For the majority of characters who were on Somerset.
- The Photos Gallery Q-R has been organized and alphabetized by character's first name.
- New Info: The theme song that played September 7, 1981 - March 27, 1987 was written by Jonathan L. Segal. Clarke Morgan's organ music was last used on January 7, 1969 during Sam Lucas and Lahoma Vane's wedding.
January 12, 2019:
- Corrections: The 1992 Freeze Frame Gallery for November - December has been updated. David Bailey's last appearance as Russ Matthews was November 13, 1992.
- The pages for Opening Sequences and Music have been revamped.
- Special page dedicated to Clarke Morgan, who was Another World's organist and music producer from May 4, 1964 - December 28, 1968. Essay written by fan Dan Ahearn.
- New Info: Last appearance of Irene Dailey (sans guest appearances) as Liz Matthews was January 6, 1993. Exit Scene: Dennis Wheeler's apartment with Marley Hudson, "I have to go dears. Bye Dennis." The episode which announced Constance Ford's (Ada Hobson) passing was March 15, 1993.