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An Early Look at Days: Episode # 185, July 29, 1966
Topic Started: Aug 3 2009, 05:31 PM (946 Views)
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A poster at YouTube recently posted an episode of "Days of Our Lives" from 1966. Take a step back in time and watch episode # 185, which was aired 43 years ago this week on Friday, July 29, 1966. The cast members featured in the episode are Macdonald Carey (Tom), Charla Doherty (Julie), Clive Clerk (David) and Denise Alexander (Susan). Only Alexander is still alive. This episode is the 18th written by William J. Bell, who was in his first month of being head writer of "Days." This was also one of the last episodes taped before co-creator/executive producer Ted Corday died on July 23, 1966. The episode was taped on July 20, 1966 and Corday's name is seen in the credits for one of the last times. As of episode # 188, his widow, Betty Corday, would become the executive producer. Three sets are used in the episode: Horton Front Porch, Tom's Study, and David's Car. Three flashbacks are also seen in the episode, two from episode # 172 and one from episode # 181. http://www.jason47.com/days/episode185.html
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Dr. Chip

That's awesome! Thanks for sharing, Jason!
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Wow, thanks Jason! This is terrific. The Susan/Julie rivalry is one of my first soap memories and one of the reasons I got hooked on Days a long, long time ago (though Susan Seaforth had taken over the role of Julie by the time I started watching). I'd give anything to see more clips from the 60s & 70s.
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