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Actress Lenore Kasdorf quit the show in , and producers decided not to recast the role of Rita Stapleton Bauer, given how popular Kasdorf had been.
The Bauer family matriarch, Bertha 'Bert' Bauer, died in March , following the real-life death of Charita Bauer in During Guiding Light's 50th anniversary year in , a commitment was pledged to showcase the Bauer family in primary roles as much as possible, after audience reaction to the Oklahoma-bred Lewis and Shayne families turned out to be mixed.
Pam Long , actress and writer for NBC's Texas from to , became head writer during , joined by Gail Kobe as executive producer. During Long's first stint as writer, the show shifted focus to the young love quadrangle of Rick Bauer, Phillip Spaulding , Mindy Lewis , and Beth Raines.
Bauer, Spaulding, Reardon, and Raines families. Long also introduced several other characters, including Alexandra Spaulding , played by notable daytime actress Beverlee McKinsey , of Another World and Texas fame; and Reva Shayne , played by Kim Zimmer.
After a break, Pamela K. Long returned for a second head writer stint from to The characters of Roger Thorpe and Holly Norris returned to the series during the late s.
Maureen Garrett reprised her role of Holly in , followed by Michael Zaslow as Roger in With the new decade, the series' storytelling transitioned from Long's homespun style to a more realistic style with a new group of chief writers.
The Bauer, Spaulding, Lewis, and Cooper families had been established as core families, and most major plot developments concerned them. The show generally held on in the middle of the pack as far as ratings went throughout the decade.
The show suffered major character losses mid-decade, including the car accident death of Maureen Bauer and the exit of Alexandra Spaulding from the story.
As the decade progressed, the program developed a series of outlandish plot twists seemingly to compete with the serials Passions and Days of Our Lives.
In an attempt to revive the series, the character Reva Shayne was brought back to Springfield during April She'd been presumed dead for the previous five years, after having driven her car off of a bridge and into the water off the Florida Keys.
Later that July, antiheroine Tangie Hill played by Marcy Walker , who declined to renew her contract  was eliminated after nearly two years with the show in favor of the full-time return of fan favorite Nola Chamberlain, played by Lisa Brown.
During January , soap opera veteran Mary Stuart joined the cast as Meta Bauer though referred to many times over the years, the long-running character originally played by Ellen Demming had not been seen onscreen since ; the character remained on the show until Stuart's death during January , Bethany Joy Lenz came to the show as "Teenage Reva Clone".
Producers were so impressed with her acting and attitude during her three-week role as "Teenage Reva Clone" on the show that she was re-hired later that year in the contract role of "Michelle Bauer Santos" on the daytime serial.
From to The s began with the division of the show into two locales: Springfield and the fictional island nation of San Cristobel.
In Springfield, the Santos mob dynasty created much of the drama. Meanwhile, the royal Winslow family had their own series of intrigues with which to deal.
During , however, San Cristobel was eliminated from the series and the mob's influence in the story was subsequently diminished and, with the departure of character Danny Santos during , eliminated altogether.
Also, Guiding Light celebrated its 50th Anniversary as a television show on June 30, During , former director and actress Ellen Wheeler Emmy Award winner as an actress for the series All My Children and Another World took over as executive producer of Guiding Light.
She and writer David Kreizman made numerous changes to the sets, stories, and the cast. Several veteran actors were eliminated, mainly because of budget decreases.
Because of the lack of veteran influence, Wheeler reemphasized the youth of Springfield, especially the controversial pairing of cousins Jonathan and Tammy.
During , an episode featured character Harley Cooper gaining heroic abilities. The episode was semi-continued in an 8-page story in select Marvel Comics productions.
The series had its 70th broadcast anniversary during The anniversary was commemorated with the initiation of website FindYourLight.
There was also a special episode during January , with current cast members playing Phillips and some of the earlier cast members.
The series also introduced special beginning credits commemorating the anniversary. The show had a rotating slate of writers, including veteran GL writers Lucky Gold, Chris Dunn, and Jill Lorie Hurst , who was eventually named head writer.
Despite low ratings, the show won Daytime Emmy Awards for Best Writing and Best Show sharing Best Show with The Young and the Restless.
On April 1, , CBS announced that it would not renew Guiding Light , and the last broadcast date would be September 18, Storylines were resolved in the final weeks of the series, numerous characters from the series' past passed through Springfield one last time.
Among the returnees were the characters of Nola, Holly and Mindy; Josh told Reva that he was leaving Springfield for a job for the next year, but proposes that he return one year from that date and, if by that time, she wants to reunite with him, she should meet him at the lighthouse and, if she is not there, he will assume she is not interested.
The final episode is pleasant, featuring many of the characters gathering in the park for a large picnic. Toward the end of the episode, it jumps forward one year, by which time, Phillip and Beth have reunited, as have Rick and Mindy.
Olivia and Natalia, happy with their new baby, pick up Rafe as he returns from the army. The episode concludes with Josh arriving at the lighthouse, as promised, and finding Reva there.
They declare their undying love. James, Ashlee, and Daisy leave Springfield and relocate to Santa Barbara, California.
Josh asks if Reva is packed, to go on an adventure. The two grab the luggage, and with Reva's young son, they climb into Josh's pick-up truck. Josh says to Reva, "You ready?
As the truck drives away with the lighthouse in the background, "The End" appears on the screen before a final fadeout. The song heard playing in the background during the final scene is "Together" by Michelle Branch.
The final episode also included the original tag line, with some revision, printed on the screen with the words "There is a destiny that makes us FAMILY" replacing the word 'brothers' , as well as quick film clips of each of the show's title cards and announcers during the six decades it was on television, leading to the show's former long-time beginning announcement: "And now, The Guiding Light ".
Guiding Light was broadcast from three locations: Chicago where creator Irna Phillips resided , from until ; Hollywood , from until ; and New York City starting during It was relocated from Chicago to Hollywood despite objections of both Phillips and Arthur Peterson to take advantage of the talent pool.
Production was subsequently relocated to New York City, where the majority of soap operas were produced during the s, s and much of the s; it remained based in New York City until the show's conclusion.
Its final taping location was the CBS studios in midtown Manhattan. From the s to the s it was filmed at the Chelsea Studios.
The production team chose to film with Canon XH-G1 HDV camcorders in standard definition mode. Unlike the old production model with pedestal-style cameras and traditional three-sided sets, handheld cameras allowed producers to choose as many locations as they wished.
During the daytime drama's 57th season on television and 72nd overall season, the series had changed its look to a more realistic experience in an attempt to compete with the growing popularity of reality television.
The new look of Guiding Light included free-hand camera work and less action shown on traditional studio sets. Producer Ellen Wheeler introduced a "shaky-cam" style, present in a number of movies, featuring extreme-closeups and frequent cuts, including those that "broke the axis" which proved disorienting to viewers accustomed to shows with the traditional "soap opera look".
Also new was the filming of outdoor scenes in actual outdoor settings. Even many indoor scenes had more of an "on location" feel, repurposing real locations, such as Guiding Light ' s production offices, to be motel rooms, nail salons, quick-mart and other businesses or locations.
Thereby, the series had numerous sets without the cost of numerous separate locations. CBS and the show's producers had hoped that the new look would increase ratings, but the plan was ultimately unsuccessful.
The action has also been set in three different locales — it was based in the fictional towns of Five Points and Selby Flats before its final locale of Springfield.
Unlike most popular radio serials transitioning to television, The Guiding Light had no difficulty holding onto its old listening audience and simultaneously earning a new television fanbase.
The Guiding Light handled the competition breezily, even against otherwise-legendary shows such as Queen for a Day on ABC briefly in and NBC's Truth or Consequences.
Usually, The Guiding Light ranked second in the Nielsen ratings behind another serial, As the World Turns.
Brought back in April was Grant Aleksander , who had left when Phillip married Beth in Phillip came back looking for which member of the Spaulding family had set him up all those years before.
Roger Thorpe was gaslighted and drugged by his new wife, Dinah Marler-Thorpe, and Roger's son, Hart, who had recently returned.
Amanda Spaulding returned from California as a former madam who counted Matt Reardon as one of her high priced escorts.
Amanda would later turn out not to Alans daughter after all but to be Brandon Spauldings daughter and that Alexandra had known the truth all these years.
This re-written piece history infuriated longtime viewers. Notably because the lack of how the writers did not brush up on the Spaulding and Stafford family history.
Amanda's half-siblings Morgan Richards and Matthew Evans and their mother Jennifer Jane—Marie Stafford Richards were mentioned but did not return.
All three had moved from New York City to Paris France and where not able to be tracked down by Amanda. One of the mayor goofs in this storyline was Jane—Marie's alias and married name Jennifer Richards appearing on Amanda's birth certificate.
In , feeling the show needed a matriarch, Ed's aunt, Meta Bauer returned to Springfield. Although Meta was referred to occasionally, the character had not been seen since Soap legend Mary Stuart was cast in the role.
The move was seen as an attempt to reclaim longtime fans of Guiding Light , as well as Search for Tomorrow , on which Stuart had starred for 35 years.
She portrayed the role until her death in Nola and Quint were also brought back, separately, but mostly ignored by the writers, and Quint left town in January Ratings continued to sink.
In the story zeroed in on Josh Lewis' rocky marriage to Annie Dutton. Annie had once been a sweet nurse and, at one point, Rick Bauer's wife; although this marriage would be later ruled to be illegal, as was the one with Josh, when it was revealed Annie had never even divorced her first husband, Eddie Banks but had become a pill addict.
Annie became a raving lunatic who got artificially inseminated to keep Josh at her side, and pretended to be Reva's long-lost sister to guilt her into staying away.
When that didn't work and she also lost her baby, she pushed herself down a flight of stairs at the Spaulding mansion, framing Reva for the death of her fetus.
A high-stakes murder trial led Annie to have a meltdown on the witness stand, after which she dramatically collapsed and was rendered barren.
This somewhat campy material was bulldozed through by actress, Cynthia Watros , whose performance astonished viewers. Annie, with Alan Spaulding's help, then tried to manipulate Reva's real sister Cassie into breaking up Josh and Reva.
During the January 60th anniversary episodes, Mike Bauer Don Stewart returned for a few cameo appearances which delighted many longtime fans.
Another storyline during revolved around the return of Jenna Bradshaw, who had secretly given birth to Buzz' son, Henry Coop Bradshaw later given the last name of Cooper and going by the name of "Coop" , and Harley Cooper, who had left in September , and who had divorced A.
This storyline involved Jenna's return to being a jewel thief, but now being coerced by the criminal Jeffrey Morgan. To break up the couple and get the goods on Jeffrey, Harley pretended to be a prostitute named, Starla and her pretend boyfriend was Phillip.
Showing great chemistry together, Aleksander and Ehlers were written into having a full blown romance, for Harley and Phillip, after Jeffrey was arrested.
Later, Harley and Jenna working undercover, together would help Reva and Josh find out from Annie that Alan was working with her to keep the whereabouts of Cassie a secret.
Jenna though would end up pregnant with Jeffrey's child, and Harley and Phillip would have to contend with the return to town of Beth Raines who would drag her daughter with Phillip into killing the man who Alan had set Beth up with, in Arizona, who would turn out to be very abusive named, Carl Stevens.
Rick got involved with and eventually married a hearing impaired woman named, Abigail "Abby" Blume Amy Cox Ecklund.
In real life, Ecklund, who was hearing-impaired in real life, received cochlear implants and regained her hearing.
On the show, Abby received the same implants, but her relationship with Rick Bauer eventually ended in divorce and she left Springfield.
Roger's father Adam Thorpe would pass away in after having reconciled with his estranged son Roger who was now living in California with his new wife Amanda Spaulding.
Meta Bauer would leave Springfield in for a time to visit her younger sister Trudy in New York City.
Other less well-received storylines in , included Nola's stalking of Buzz Lisa Brown left in January , Vanessa's pretending to be dead and briefly running off and hiding in a convent in Switzerland , and Michelle's finding of the recipient of her deceased mother's heart, Jesse Blue, and then falling in love with him.
Jesse moved onto Drew Jacobs who turned out to be Ben Warren's long lost daughter via his long ago one night stand with former prostitute Selena Davis.
During the course of this storyline Drew searching for her real parents would adopt a kid named Max Nickerson and eventually become engaged to Jesse Blue Drew, Jesse and Max were written out in July Selena Davis left for parts unknown in November after relaying the news that Drew who had moved from New York with Max and Jesse were no longer together and confessing to Blake Marler about her past involvements with Carmen's late Husband Miguel and she giving birth to his illegitimate son Miguel Santos Jr who was given up for adoption and though never mentioned it was strongly hinted at that Danny and Pilar were not Miguels children and that Mick Santos was Selena and Miguel's long lost son.
In December Selena's ex-boyfriend Buzz Cooper mentioned that Selena had been reunited with Drew and Max somewhere out of town.
It was strongly hinted that the identity of Ben's long lost father had connections with both Brandon and Alan Spaulding, and possibly their late henchmen Bryan Lister.
In the writers attempted to bring the long lost branch of the Spaulding family back on the show via Brandons' granddaughter Vickie Brandon Spaulding.
Vickie came to town following her mother Victoria Spauldings death off screen in Barbados. Victoria's mother Sharina Tamerlaine was also mentioned.
It was hinted that Vickie's long lost father was an old business associate of her grandfather Brandon Spaulding. Possibly Stanley Norris Holly, Ken and Andy's late father Vickie was involved with the controversial clone story and was a very under-used character for much of her time on the show before all together disappearing back to Barbados in In , Esensten and Brown wrote a hotly debated story arc that generated considerable controversy around Guiding Light.
Reva, who was believed to be dead a second time, was cloned at the request of her grieving husband Josh.
When Reva was found alive, the lonely clone named Dolly , like the sheep committed suicide by drinking too much aging serum.
As she lay on her death bed actually a couch , Josh fumbled with a cure that would have reversed the effects of the aging serum. Unfortunately, he dropped it behind the couch and it was too late to save Dolly.
The controversial plot alienated erudite, intelligent viewers, and hurt the integrity of a once-intelligent, honored series.