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Ben Andrews ...
 Benny Tate (1972-1973)
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 Monica Bell (1973)
John Carter ...
 Rev. W.B. Gillis (1973)
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 Lt. Ed Riker (1973)
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 Mr. Blake (1974)
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 Gino Panzini
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 D. B. Bentley (1973-1974)
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 Harry Gilbert (1974)
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This daytime soap was a sequel of sorts to the primetime series Peyton Place, revolving around the lives of the citizens of that community. It did not carry over the stories, however, and only some of the original cast recreated their roles. Written by Anonymous

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Evelyn Scott initially declined reprising her role, but due to the persistence of the fans, she agreed to do a maximum of 2 episodes a week. See more »

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A Great Show!
22 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was one of the great soaps of the 70's. It ended way to soon. I was a fan of the nighttime version & I thought the daytime version picked up beautifully where nighttime left off. I especially liked the storyline where Betty kept seeing Martin Peyton in the house, it was creepy, yet fun. Like I said, it ended way to soon, I would love to see it again. I would like to see nighttime version on DVD also! I still remember the final scene with Allsion & Rodney together the way they should have always been. Can somebody refresh my memory about whether Martin Peyton came back at the very end or not? Also, what was the storyline involving Monica Bell & DB Bentley?


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