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EXCLUSIVE: SoapClassics Releases Special Commemorative Edition AS THE WORLD TURNS DVD: Farewell To Oakdale

SoapClassics has released a special commemorative edition AS THE WORLD TURNS DVD today, "Farewell To Oakdale."

The set features the final ten episodes of the series, and a replica of an actual Director’s shooting script from the program's final week.

As the writers brought the show to a close, John Dixon returned and reunited with Lucinda, Reid tragically died, Chris received another chance at life, Carly and Jack married for the final time, Henry and Barbara were together and happy, and Bob retired from the hospital.

As the final show faded to black, Bob gave the iconic globe one last spin.

The special ten-episode commemorative edition comes with a rare replica of an actual Director's shooting script from the final week of the series, which includes the Director’s original handwritten notes.

The unique commemorative set retails for $24.95. The "Farewell To Oakdale" DVDs are also available separately for $19.95.  To order the "Farewell To Oakdale" commemorative set, visit SoapClassics.com.

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3 comments:

  1. Seriously? No thank you. No thank you at all. The final months of the show were a complete mess and totally awful. I was a lifetime viewer of ATWT and have zero interest in this.

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  2. I'm sorry you feel this way, Cheryl. I still miss ATWT with all my heart; I've watched this show since I was a 2-year-old in 1958 & Rosemary Prinz as Penny Hughes was the tragic young romantic heroine on the soap.

    I have recorded the last 15 episodes on VHS that I'm saving forever, but I will also purchase this commemorative DVD set as well. I definitely feel that Eileen Fulton as Lisa was shamefully shortchanged on her final scenes on the show's last few years, let alone weeks!

    Rest In Peace, ATWT!

    Brian :-)

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  3. I have agree with Greenb2, 2007-2009 was a horribly mixed bag, CG and his power trip, letting go of Martha B. was a huge mistake and he went hog wild, this is where MADD was important and it showed on both ATWT & GL rein in EPs. After the mess about Dante and the whole brain chip or whatever about being "James Steinbeck" David K's messy writing and when it finished up in Feb 2010, ATWT did a 180 was actually based more as ATWT in family & friends again and felt like more like ATWT until the end. I enjoyed the last 6 months of ATWT so I have ordered the CD.

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