"In the ten years since William Bell and Lee Phillip Bell first conceived The Bold and the Beautiful, the show has become one of the world's most popular soap operas. Here, for the first time, are told the many stories behind that remarkable success, conveyed in the words of the show's creators, staff, and stars and in more than 200 full-color photos from the show's archives."--BOOK JACKET.
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