Episode # 1079
Tape Date: Thursday, February 5, 1970
Air Date: Wednesday, February 18, 1970


Macdonald Carey (Tom Horton)
Edward Mallory (Bill Horton)
John Lupton (Tommy Horton)
Bill Hayes (Brent Douglas)
Kay Peters (Sarah Fredericks)
Sid Conrad (Older Inmate)
Remo Pisani (Prison Guard)


Ext. State Penitentiary
Sarah Fredericks' Office
Tom's Study
Bill & Brent's Cell
Portion of Room Where Clothing Is Issued

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Where Are They Now?

Macdonald Carey
(Tom Horton)

Macdonald Carey portrayed Tom Horton until his death on March 21, 1994. He was 81. Carey's voice is still heard each day on "Days", speaking its famous opening line, "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives."

Edward Mallory
(Bill Horton)

Edward Mallory portrayed Bill Horton from 1966-1980, and returned for several episode in 1991, 1992 and 1993. After leaving "Days" in 1980, he focused his career on directing and also became a college professor. Mallory was married to his former co-star, Suzanne Zenor (Margo Horton), until his death in 2007. He was 76.

John Lupton
(Tommy Horton)

John Lupton portrayed Tommy Horton off-and-on from 1967 through 1980. He continued acting until his death in 1993 at the age of 65.

Bill Hayes
(Brent Douglas)

Bill Hayes has appeared on "Days of Our Lives" off-and-on since 1970. He and his wife, Susan Seaforth Hayes, recently celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary. Hayes turns 85 in June.

Kay Peters
(Sarah Fredericks)

Kay Peters, who played prison psychiatrist Sarah Fredericks, stopped acting in 1978. Peters, now 67, is the president of KTT Enterprises, a management consulting service in New York City.

Sid Conrad
(Older Inmate)

Sid Conrad played various characters on "Days" in the 1970s, including that of Reverend Jennings, who married Mickey and Maggie in 1974. Conrad, now 86, continues to act, and has appeared in such recent shows as "Chicago Hope", "The West Wing" and "ER."

Remo Pisani
(Prison Guard)

Remo Pisani was a character actor in the 1960s and 1970s. He died in 2004 at the age of 85.