ABOUT SCHUYLER FALLS PRODUCTION
Based on an idea by:
Cassie Dragt Stafford
Kira Lerner (Head Writer)
Cassie Dragt Stafford (season 01; planning season 02)
Jill Robbins (selected scenes in season 03)
Kim Anderson (selected scenes in season 04)
Website Design and Production:
Special Thanks to:
Mike, for his assistance with medical information
Phil Meranus, for his legal advice
Ted Stafford, for his design assistance
VirtualPromote, for tons of web design/promotion advice (see
VBulletin.org, for technical advice on message board integration
Seven's Al Sparber, Gerry Jacobson, Ken Ford and everyone on
Support Newsgroup, for assistance in design and Dreamweaver
Annette, Stephanie, Kevin and Scott at Hosting
Matters, for phenomenal tech support
Kim Lerner, for support and plotline assistance
Tom King, for tremendous help in formatting episodes
during our 2001 redesign
Image and Photo Credits:
All clip art and photographs are either royalty-free stock images, Creative Commons images,
or original works created by Falling Sky Productions. Stock images
courtesy of Dreamstime, iStockPhoto, Hemera Corporation, Art Today and Micrografx Inc.
ASF's opening movie was produced by Hurricane
Graphics, a Brazilian web design firm. Many thanks to Julian
for his creativity and efficiency!
"Hell's Bells" (ASF's Theme)
by Dennis M. Reed
by James Harris III, Terry Lewis and Janet Jackson (1986)
"Ain't No Sunshine"
by Bill Withers (© 1971)
by Prince, (© 1984 Controversy Music, ASCAP)
"Miss Otis Regrets"
by Cole Porter (© 1934)
"One for My Baby"
by Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen (recorded by Frank Sinatra in
"En Priere (In Prayer)"
by Gabriel Faure; text by Stephan Bordese; English version by Willis
Wager, adapted by K. Lerner); (© 1939 by G. Schirmer, Inc.)
"I'll Be Home For Christmas"
by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent (© 1943)
Streaming version performed by Kira Lerner (vocals); piano instrumental by Rodney Keith Richardson
courtesy of his original piano cover video (Creative Commons: Attribution license applied).
"Let's Face the Music and Dance"
by Irving Berlin; Copyright info unknown
"Body and Soul"
by Johnny Green, lyrics by Robert Sour, Edward Heyman and Frank
Eyton (© 1930?)
"I've Got You Under My Skin"
by Cole Porter (© 1936, Chappell & Co., Inc.)
"I Will Survive"
by Dino Ferakis and Freddie Perren (© 1978)
"Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
by Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson (© 1967)
"Gimme a Pigfoot"
by Wesley Wilson (© 1933 )
"The Way You Look Tonight"
by Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern (© 1936)
Carmen: Opera in Four Acts
by Georges Bizet; English translation by Ruth and Thomas Martin
(© 1973 by G. Schirmer); additional translation by Kira Lerner
by Justin Timberlake, W. Robson, J. Valentine/produced by R. Jerkins,
J. Timberlake, W. Robson (© 2001)
Prelude, Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
by J.S. Bach
Streaming version performed by cellist Matthieu Fontana.
Used with permission by Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0" via archive.org
LINKS (all open in a new window):
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There are so many other series that it's impossible
to list them all here; for the most comprehensive directory of online
entertainment series, visit the EpiGuide. And here are some sites that fans of ASF may particularly
- Traditional family and character-based soap opera, with its standout
storyline focusing on rival sisters Sarah and Molly. Some fantastic
writing and in-depth characterization make this one of the finest
on the Web.
Mysteries - A serialized novel for fans of historical, gothic
suspense, complete with endangered but spirited heroines, tortured
secretive dukes, and twisty plots. With a lead named Kyra,
how could we not link to it?
Lake - Aaron set his websoap in a small, fictional eastern town.
The action revolves around two families; the tightly knit Bowman
family, and their uppercrust counterparts, the Marshaks. Though
originally premiered in 1998, AL was re-launched in late 2001, with
rewritten episodes starting from the beginning, but unfortunately
the updates ceased.
Bay - By Anthony Langford. Written in modified script-style,
with an impressive variety of storylines and some excellent characterizations.
Rarely updated but there's a huge archive of episodes to enjoy.
Now and Forever - 1930s romance in the style of classic radio
and early television soap operas. Lovely, evocative site and lots
of old time fun.
Creek - One of the earliest web series, this historical epic
was an early inspiration for ASF. By Valerie Elchuk.
Grove - A pragmatic woman and her somewhat flighty boyfriend
win the lottery and purchase an old English estate in need of repair;
conflicts ensue, ghosts arrive, and a TV series ends up being filmed
on location. Mark Freeman and Barbara Heath created this experimental
drama/comedy and changed how fiction and audiences can interconnect.
Wonderland - Plotting and plowing intersect in this series taking place at
a ski lodge, the site of many a rivalry. By Tom King.
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