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Frank Hursley

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Frank Hursley (November 21, 1902 – February 3, 1989) was an American soap opera writer. Career He was a writer on the Western series Have Gun, Will Travel, but became famous in 1957 when he began writing for CBS Daytime's Search for Tomorrow. He continued to write for the show even after another soap opera that he co-created with his wife, General Hospital had premiered. Another married couple of television writer, Theodore and Mathilde Ferro, wrote the show in its early months. They created the medical drama General Hospital, for ABC Daytime in 1963; it was the first serious effort by that network to create a daytime serial. Today, General Hospital is the longest-running daytime serial on ABC. The duo head wrote the show until 1973, when they handed the reins to their daughter and son-in-law, Bridget and Jerome Dobson. In 1969, the Hursleys created and wrote the NBC Daytime soap opera Bright Promise that starred Dana Andrews as college president Tom Boswell. However, they
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