Simon (Bruce Davison) has his first chat with student radical Linda (Kim Darby) while straying from his duties in the occupation of university offices, in the Irwin Winkler-Robert Chartoff production of The Strawberry Statement, 1970.
Simon (Bruce Davison) has a genial confrontation with a fellow semi-jock (Murray MacLeod) before some campus-unrest montage editing takes over, in The Strawberry Statement, from a screenplay by Israel Horovitz.
Actresses Jess Walton (Jill) and Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) reflect on their characters.
Actors Christian LeBlanc (Michael Baldwin), Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) and Jess Walton (Jill) talk about the importance of having the show's creator still at the helm.
Actresses Jess Walton (Jill) and Jeanne Cooper (Katherine Chancellor) describe their feelings around their characters being related. Doug Davidson (Paul Williams) expresses discontent.
Actor Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) confronts the idea that soaps need to be faster paced, like the Mexican telenovelas. Actresses Michelle Stafford (Phyllis Summers) and Jess Walton (Jill) describe the best kind of storylines.
YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS star Greg Rikaart makes a return visit to Hollywood 411 to talk about his recent nomination for a Daytime Emmy.
Greg Rikaart from The Young and the Restless stops by Hollywood 411 to talk about the show as it celebrates its 35th anniversary.
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