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All My Children

All My Children
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For the last 35 years, America has been entertained by the trials and tribulations of Pine Valley, Pennsylvania. On 5 January 1970, ABC premiered one of their most famous soap operas, All My Children. Through good times (Susan Lucci's finally receiving a Daytime Emmy) and bad times (the deaths of Ruth Warrick, Louis Edmonds and Frances Heflin), the show has always stuck through. The show is famous for dealing with many socially relevant issues reflective of the times. Such issues include abortion, drug use, the Vietnam War, homosexuality, and rape. But it has always done it in a classy and intelligent way, which is why the show has lasted so long and remained so popular. BROADCASTING HISTORY January 5, 1970 - July 4, 1975: 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM July 7, 1975 - December 31, 1976: 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM January 3, 1977 - April 22, 1977: 1:00 PM to 1:30 PM April 25, 1977 - present: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM


Aidan Patrick O'Donnell
Aiden Turner
Alicia Minshew
Andrea Moar
Bobbie Eakes
Brittany Allen
Cady Mcclain
Cameron Mathison
Candice Earley
Chrishell Stause
Darnell Williams
David Canary
Debbi Morgan
Dorothy Lyman
Eden Riegel
Elizabeth Lawrence
Francesca James
Gillian Spencer
Jacob Young
James Mitchell
Jason Olive
Jesse Mccartney
Josh Duhamel
Julia Barr
Justin Bruening
Kathleen Noone
Lawrence Leritz
Liam Thomas
Louis Edmonds
Marcy Walker
Mark Consuelos
Mary Fickett
Mathew St. Patrick
Matt Bomer
Melissa Claire Egan
Michael E. Knight
Michael Gill
Olga Sosnovska
Peter Bergman
Rebecca Budig
Ricky Paull Goldin
Robert Lupone
Sarah Michelle Gellar
Susan Lucci
Terri Ivens
Thorsten Kaye
Vincent Irizarry
Walt Willey
Warren Burton



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