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Search for Tomorrow Discussion
Topic Started: Dec 16 2009, 04:39 PM (1,444 Views)
Miss Rhi
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"If Sami can't find happiness with a Martian, then she can't find happiness with anyone."

Search for Tomorrow
1951 - 1986







Discuss Search for Tomorrow here.
Edited by Mason, Dec 16 2009, 05:21 PM.
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RutherfordBHayes


I have a question...it has been bugging me for years. As we know, a lot of actors go behind the scenes later on in their careers...Ellen Wheeler, Chris Goutman and Larkin Malloy, Michael Conforti and Millee Taggart, just to name a few. After his memorable portrayal of Keith Whitney/Jonah Lockwood on 'Edge of Night,' in 1970-71, Bruce Martin appeared, briefly, on Love of Life. But, then, I noticed in the production credits of SFT a 'Bruce Martin.' Granted, Bruce Martin is a very common name, but I was wondering, and always presumed it was one and the same. Could anyone enlighten me?
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RutherfordBHayes


I was just reading my local newspaper and was saddened to read of the passing of Kathy Beller's mother, Barbara, last month, on January 18 at the age of 81. Kathy played Liza on SFT from 1971 - 1974.
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RutherfordBHayes


I am getting a DVD of the very first episode of 'Search for Tomorrow' - Sept. 3, 1951. Can't wait to see it!
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stluee
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I hope they go the route with all soaps!I remember a song Liza sang on the show,it stayed with me.
You can love again?
Anyone remember this?
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Matt
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Classic Soap Fan

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RutherfordBHayes


Wonderful news to pass along...Jane Krakowski (SFT 1984-86), and now on '30 Rock,' is pregnant! Congratulations to the mommy-to-be!
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hendersonite


Bruce Martin left the acting profession circa 1974 and got a job with CBS in production. He was a stage manager at SFT during their last years at CBS.
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RutherfordBHayes


Congratulations to Jane Krakowski (now of '30 Rock') on the birth of her first child, a little boy!
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RutherfordBHayes


I have an idea, so, I am throwing this out to the Administrators. I was wondering if you could reach out to Lynn Loring, an original cast member of SFT, and interview her to commemorate what would have been the show's 60h anniversary this coming September. Lynn was with the show from 1951-61. With the state of the soap world the way it is, it would do my heart good to re-visit the golden days with 'Patti.'
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*6Lee


Question: I am watching some 60's SFT's. Did the Bergman's ever adopt Jimmy? Who was he? His mother (Monica) was played by Barbara Baxley. Who was she character wise? A troublemaker? Finally, what was the story with Marion? Did she claim to have an affair with Arthur Tate? Thanks for any data!
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morlock sevigny


Jimmy was Stus nephew.Originally it was understood that he was Stu and Marges son but then that was re-written.Monica was Stu's sister who returned and now wanted to be a proper mother to Jimmy. Why the writers chose to do this and get rid of Jimmy I do not know.
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*6Lee


Thanks so much. What about the Metcalfes? I have seen an episode with Allison & Fred and his interfering mother. Do you remember anything abouth their story? I was a late SFT watcher, first seeing Wendy run away from home, working as a waitress and calling herself "Dawn". Spence Langley (Timothy Patrick Murphy) chatted her up at the counter. You think of TPM's 1980 youth and promise, and then so effective on "Dallas" as Mickey. It seems so poignant to recall him like that- and sad.
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RutherfordBHayes


Happy 60th Anniversary, SFT. We sorely miss you (Sept. 3, 1951 - Dec. 26, 1986)
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hendersonite


It was ten years ago today that Mary Stuart passed away.
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Renee Dimera
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*6Lee
Aug 18 2011, 10:56 PM
Thanks so much. What about the Metcalfes? I have seen an episode with Allison & Fred and his interfering mother. Do you remember anything abouth their story? I was a late SFT watcher, first seeing Wendy run away from home, working as a waitress and calling herself "Dawn". Spence Langley (Timothy Patrick Murphy) chatted her up at the counter. You think of TPM's 1980 youth and promise, and then so effective on "Dallas" as Mickey. It seems so poignant to recall him like that- and sad.
TPM had so much potential. He was so talented, handsome and had that innate star quality. I really believe he would have been a force in the industry. :frownie:
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hendersonite


Just a reminder, Search premiered 61 years ago today!
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Graves72


Allison came on as a teen and bratty niece to the wealty witch Aunt Cornelia, who was Arthur Tate's aunt. After a few years and with a new actress, she matured and wed Fred. He became an alkie, and I think he kicked it through AA. Allison became a leading character and friend to Jo Tate.
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hendersonite


Search for Tomorrow premiered 62 years ago today.
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Renee Dimera
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Just read that Louan Gideon, who replaced Sherry Mathis as Liza Sentell during Search's final two years, has died. She had retired from acting and was working as a real estate agent in North Carolina. She was 58.

Now both Lizas are gone. :(
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