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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Remembering James Douglas and Peter Brown



Actors James Douglas and Peter Brown both found success as soap opera stars during their careers.

Douglas, who died on March 5 at age 86, played lawyer Steven Cord on the ABC primetime soap, Peyton Place, from 1965-69 and in the 1985 NBC film, Peyton Place: The Next Generation. He also appeared on five daytime soaps - Another World (1972-74), As the World Turns (1974-81, 1988-89, 1993, 1994-95), The Doctors (1982), The Edge of Night (1984) and One Life to Live (1985-87). His feature film credits include G.I. Blues (1960) with Elvis Presley and Sweet Bird of Youth (1962).

Below you can watch him in two episodes of Peyton Place with Barbara Parkins (1966) and Gena Rowlands (1967).




Brown, who died on Monday at age 80, was a regular on two TV westerns - ABC's Lawman (1958-62) and NBC's Laredo (1965-67). He also appeared in such films as Summer Magic (1963), Ride the Wild Surf (1964), Kitten with a Whip (1964) and Foxy Brown (1974). His first soap opera role was on Days of our Lives as Dr. Greg Peters (1971-80), and his other daytime credits include Loving (1983-84), One Life to Live (1986-87), Generations (1989), The Young and the Restless (1989, 1991) and The Bold and the Beautiful (1991-92).

Below you can watch him in the opening credits of Lawman and in a 1987 episode of One Life to Live.


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