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Originally aired on March 29, 1962 Marge Bergman (Melba Rae) reels from Monica's decision about the adoption and goes to best-friend Joanne and Arthur for solace.

Search for Tomorrow began on CBS on September 3, 1951 and it's final episode was December 26, 1986 on NBC.

The program was one of many packaged from the 1950 through 1980s by Proctor and Gamble Productions, hence the term "soap" operas.

Search for Tomorrow was Search for Tomorrow was created by Roy Winsor and was written by Agnes Nixon. The show was originally a fifteen minute live broadcast at 12:30pm eastern time. The show expanded to a half hour show September 11, 1967, and by now was a recorded show.

Search for Tomorrow, Soap Opera, Daytime TV, Marge Bergman, Melba Rae, Proctor and Gamble Productions, Roy Winsor, Agnes Nixon, CBS, NBC
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