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|The Young Marrieds|
|Created by||James Elward|
|Written by|| James Elward/John D. Hess/Frances Rickett (1964)|
John D. Hess/Frances Rickett (1964)
Frances Rickett (1964-66)
|Produced by||Dick Dunn|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Original run||October 5, 1964–March 25, 1966|
|Related shows||General Hospital|
The Young Marrieds was a show on ABC and was the first attempt at a sister soap for General Hospital. It ran for only two years, from 1964-1966, having 380 episodes. It was moderately popular, but was up against CBS's top-rated The Edge of Night, which it could not compete against. The series finale aired on March 25, 1966, ending the show in a cliffhanger, with the show's main protagonist contemplating suicide. The Young Marrieds was set in the fictional suburb of Queens Point, which was considered by the writers to be a suburb of Port Charles, New York. On General Hospital, Patrick Drake's and Elizabeth Webber's homes are in this area of the town.
- James Elward
- James Elward, John D. Hess, and Frances Rickett (1964)
- John D. Hess and Frances Rickett (1964)
- Frances Rickett (1964-1966)
- Dick Dunn
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