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James Pritchett, known to many as Dr. Matt Powers, a central char­acter on the NBC daytime soap opera “The Doctors” from 1963 to 1982, died March 15, 2011 at his New York home. He was 88.

James Pritchett, actor on NBC daytime soap opera 'The Doctors,' met wife at Barn Theatre

James Pritchett, known to many as Dr. Matt Powers, a central char­acter on the NBC daytime soap opera “The Doctors” from 1963 to died March 2011 at his New York home.

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The Doctors / Soap Opera

The Doctors is an American television soap opera which aired on NBC Daytime from April 1, 1963, to December 31, 1982.

The Doctors is an American television soap opera which aired on NBC Daytime from April to December

From former actress Jennifer Vinyl (nee Houlton, Greta Powers on "The Doctors" from 1971-1980):

From former actress Jennifer Vinyl (nee Houlton, Greta Powers on "The Doctors" from

This isn't from the 60s, doesn't have to do with fashion, or "The Doctors" itself, but the high school senior portrait of Gerald Goldman, South Shore High School, Chicago, IL, Class of 1952. He would later use the last name of Gordon professionally and become known in the soap world as Dr. Nick Bellini.

This isn't from the 60s, doesn't have to do with fashion, or "The Doctors" itself, but the high school senior portrait of Gerald Goldman, South Shore High School, Chicago, IL, Class of 1952. He would later use the last name of Gordon professionally and become known in the soap world as Dr. Nick Bellini.

James Pritchett (Matt Powers) and Elizabeth Hubbard (Althea Davis) with ten years worth of scripts on the show's tenth anniversary

James Pritchett (Matt Powers) and Elizabeth Hubbard (Althea Davis) from the daytime drama, The Doctors

Christmas 1968, L-R: Dr. Maggie Powers (Lydia Bruce), Dr. Matt Powers (James Pritchett), Dr. Nick Bellini (Gerald Gordon) and Dr. Althea Davis Bellini (Elizabeth Hubbard).

Christmas L-R: Dr. Nick Bellini (Gerald Gordon) and Dr.

Paul Michael Glaser on the soap opera The Doctors (1967-68)

One of Paul Michael Glaser's earliest TV roles was that of Noel the Orderly in

"The Brady Bunch" meets "The Doctors"! 😨😉😂

"The Brady Bunch" meets "The Doctors"!

The Doctors Poster- NBC · Ended 1982  Wikipedia First episode: Apr 01, 1963 Number of episodes: 5,280 Episode duration: 30 minutes Producers: Allen M. Potter · Joseph Stuart Awards: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Genres: Soap opera · Medical fiction

The Doctors Poster- NBC · Ended 1982 Wikipedia First episode: Apr 1963 Number of episodes: Episode duration: 30 minutes Producers: Allen M. Potter · Joseph Stuart Awards: Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series Genres: Soap opera · Medical fiction

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