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New Videos Recap 'Best Of' All My Children and One Life to Live — What Are Your Fave Moments?

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New Videos Recap 'Best Of' All My Children and One Life to Live — What Are Your Fave Moments?
As we draw closer to the April 29 relaunch of both All My Children and One Life to Live — via Hulu, Hulu Plus and iTunes — producer Prospect Park’s The Online Network has released “catch-up” videos that hit you with some highlights from life in Pine Valley and Llanview (at least as is relevant to the casts/characters they have in place).

Video | Check Out All My Children‘s New Look — and Opal’s New Home!

First up, here’s the AMC refresher, which opens with an old-school Leo/Bianca that’ll give you goosebumps, before segueing into the infamous coming
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Soap Actor Carey Dies

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Soap Actor Carey Dies
Actor Phil Carey has lost his battle with lung cancer. He was 83.Carey passed away at his home in New York on Friday, following a long struggle with the disease.

The star was best known for playing formidable business tycoon Asa Buchanan in the U.S. TV soap opera One Life To Live, first appearing on the show in 1980 before making his last appearance on 29 December.

He also appeared on the big screen, with roles in films such as This Woman Is Dangerous, Calamity Jane, Pushover and Monster.

He is survived by his wife and their two children as well as another three children from a previous marriage.

Carey's One Life to Live co-star Clint Ritchie passed away on 31 January following a brief illness, aged 70.

'One Life to Live' star Phil Carey dies

Phil Carey, who played formidable business tycoon Asa Buchanan on ABC's soap opera "One Life to Live" for nearly three decades, died Feb. 6 at his home in New York following a battle with lung cancer. He was 83.

Carey originated the role of Asa in 1980. Diagnosed with lung cancer in 2006, he took medical leave from the show to undergo treatment then returned to the role later that year.

On "One Life to Live," Asa died in his sleep Aug. 16, 2007. The life of the Buchanan family patriarch was celebrated on the show's 10,000th episode the next day. Carey made three subsequent appearances on the show and was last seen when Asa read an addendum to his will Dec. 29.

"He was like 'Pa' to me," his onscreen son, Robert S. Woods (Bo Buchanan), said in a statement. "My own father passed away in 1975, and I met Philly in 1979. I don't know if I
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Former One Life to Live Star Clint Ritchie Dies At 70

Clint Ritchie, best known for his work as cowboy Clint Buchanan on One Life to Live, has died after a brief illness, according to the actor's website. He was 70.

Ritchie died Saturday in Roseville, Calif., and details were not released. He retired in 1998 from the role he had played more than 20 years on the ABC soap, but he also made occasional guest appearances up until 2004.

"We are deeply saddened by the death of our dear friend Clint Ritchie," the show's executive producer Frank Valentini said in a statement."He will always ...

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