ANOTHER WORLD DVD 259
Early May 1994
Running Time: 3 hours

Complete and Uncut; 3 consecutive episodes featuring co-stars

  • Anna Holbrook - Kate/Sharlene
  • David Forsyth - John
  • Diego Serrano - Tomas
  • Robyn Griggs - Maggie

  • Tom Eplin - Jake
  • Judi Evans - Paulina
  • Charles Keating - Carl
  • Victoria Wyndham - Rachel

  • Paul Michael Valley - Ryan
  • Jensen Buchanan - Vicky
  • Mark Pinter - Grant
  • Christine Tucci - Amanda

  • Carmen Duncan - Iris
  • John Bolger - Dr. Spader
  • Colleen Dion - Brett
  • Grayson McCouch - Morgan

  • Amy Carlson - Josie
  • Julian McMahon - Ian
  • David Hedison - Spencer
  • Matt Crane - Matt

  • Robin Christopher - Lorna
  • Stephen Schnetzer - Cass
  • Alice Barrett - Frankie
  • Irene Dailey - Liz

  • Randy Brooks - Marshall
  • Linda Dano - Felicia

Storyline highlights of these three episodes include

  • Carl cons Jake in order to clear his name
  • Vicky accuses Grant of bribing the judge overseeing their custody battle
  • John and Josie argue about Kate and Tomas

  • 2nd hour is the 30th Anniversary episode of AW - groovy! (think '60s)
  • Carl stuns everyone at the party and makes a fool out of Jake
  • Grant announces that he and Amanda are engaged

  • Vicky flips out when she sees Grant holding Kirkland
  • Josie moves out of John's house
  • Brett and Morgan take a trip to the beach

  • The entire cast dances and sings
  • Jake and Paulina mud-wrestle
  • Carl and Rachel get back together...awwwww!

At the end of the anniversary episode is a toast to the audience (the camera) being made by the current cast, along with a 6-minute musical montage showcasing some of the best moments of Another World from the '60s to the present. Tons of actors past & present are represented, including

  • Douglass Watson
  • George Reinholt
  • Robert Kelker-Kelly
  • Ricky Paull Goldin
  • Brian Green
  • Alla Korot
  • Denise Alexander
  • John Aprea

... AND MUCH MANY MORE!!!!

Video and audio quality are VERY GOOD.

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