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He was in Wells Fargo.

Oh yeah, i used to watch that, thanks. The tales of Wells Fargo i think it was called. Good actor, reminds me of Cliff Robertson but i'm sure they're not related. Cliff and Dale, sounds like some chipmunk cartoon characters.

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Today's famous who've passed, 2/28:

 

 

Jonathan Hale, b. 3/21; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, 1946, 1947; Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America, 2 episodes, 1953; as well as guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show, 1962, dies this date in 1966. [edited 2/29 - thanks, Brock!]

Cecil Kellaway, b. 8/22/1893; Lucille Ball early-career co-star, 1938, 1946; Desilu Productions’, Cavalcade of America, 1952; Whirlybirds 2 episodes (unknown years); The Ann Sothern Show 1959; Harrigan and Son 1960 and 1961; The Greatest Show on Earth 1964, dies this date in 1973.

 

 

Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, b. 9/18/05; infamous as Jack Benny's 'sidekick', Rochester; appears with Lucille Ball, Show Business at War, 1943; with Lucille, Desi, Vivian Vance, William Frawley (Lucy's The Mertzes), Stars in the Eye, 1952; guest star, Desilu Productions', Shower of Stars, 1955, 1958; Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Jack Benny Show, 48 episodes, 1956-1960; guest star, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Red Skelton Show, 1957; with Lucille, Jack Benny's Twentieth Anniversary Special, 1970; archivally, with Lucille, Entertaining the Troops, 1994; guest, with Lucille and Desi, each via archival footage, TV in Black 'The First Fifty Years, 2004; dies this date in 1977.

 

Ruby Keeler, b. 8/25/09; William Frawley (Lucy’s Fred Mertz) co-star, 1927; appears with Desi Arnaz, 1972; appears with Lucille Ball, via archive footage, 1985, 1987, dies this date in 1993.

Mary Stuart, b. 7/4/26; of Search for Tomorrow, and Guilding Light fame; appears, uncredited, in Lucille Ball films, The Big Street, Seven Days' Leave, 1942, dies this date in 2002.

 

Jane Russell, b. 6/21/21; guest, Desilu Productions', Shower of Stars, 1956; stars, Westinghouse Desilu Playhouse, 1958; star, pilot, unsold, Don't Blame Jane, for Desilu Playhouse, 1959; guest, Desilu Productions’, Here’s Hollywood, 1961, appears with Lucille Ball, 1966; with Lucie Arnaz, Night of 100 Stars, 1982; as well as with Lucille, RKO/BBC, Hollywood The Golden Years: The RKO Story “Howard's Way”, 1987; dies this date in 2011.

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Jonathan Hole, b. 8/13/04; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, 1946, 1947; Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America, 1953; as well as guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show, 1962, dies this date in 1966.

 

 

Jonathan Hole died in 1998. His last Lucy credit was in about 1973 or so.

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Jonathan Hole died in 1998. His last Lucy credit was in about 1973 or so.

 

Presumably this is two actors being run together, the other one being Jonathan Hale, best known as Mr Dithers in the Blondie movies, who is in Lucy's Easy to Wed and Her Husband's Affairs.

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Jonathan Hole died in 1998. His last Lucy credit was in about 1973 or so.

 

Oh My God, Brock; thanks for this; went back and checked; my CHART dates were correct; my entries for the dates are PARTIALLY correct; must have copied down someone else's 'stuff' - I appreciate you bringing this to my attention. Love, JK [working on it as we speak; can't tell you how much I appreciate this...] I'll print the update .... but it WILL BE FIXED!!!!

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Jonathan Hole died in 1998. His last Lucy credit was in about 1973 or so.

 

Hope this is better: [THANKS, 1,000,000 . . . AGAIN!] Got Hale's information mixed up with Hole's information;

 

 

Jonathan Hale, b. 3/21; Lucille Ball early film-career co-star, 1946, 1947; Desilu Productions', Cavalcade of America, 2 episodes, 1953; as well as guest, Desilu Studios'-filmed, The Joey Bishop Show, 1962, dies this date in 1966.

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Presumably this is two actors being run together, the other one being Jonathan Hale, best known as Mr Dithers in the Blondie movies, who is in Lucy's Easy to Wed and Her Husband's Affairs.

 

Thanks for this entry, also, Lucyilove; I'll have a look......and CORRECT.... I surely appreciate it....Loving you, JK

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Jonathan Hole died in 1998. His last Lucy credit was in about 1973 or so.

 

Mixed up Hole with Hale; FIXED NOW.....Thanks very much.....

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Kate's mom. Maria was adopted by Liz and Dick.

Kate's the one that did the duet with Lucie on the Tonys one year? Or at least they presented together? Looks a lot like her mom.

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Child actor Micky Moore, who later went behind the camera as assistant director for numerous films -- including both Fancy Pants and Mame -- has died at 98. He was also assistant director on two of Gale's films -- Don't Give Up The Ship, and A Visit to a Small Planet:

 

http://www.latimes.com/news/obituaries/la-me-micky-moore-20130311,0,2524943.story?page=1

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Child actor Micky Moore, who later went behind the camera as assistant director for numerous films -- including both Fancy Pants and Mame -- has died at 98. He was also assistant director on two of Gale's films -- Don't Give Up The Ship, and A Visit to a Small Planet:

 

http://www.latimes.c...43.story?page=1

Magic Carpet of films indeed!

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Harry Reems has died of cancer of the pancreas. Harry was Linda Lovelace's co star in DEEP THROAT and another 100 porn films. Deep Throat was one of the most famous porn movies of all time, it was the movie Sammy Davis rented out a theater for so he could have his celeb friends including Lucy and gary see it without the public seeing them go there. The movie was THAT popular at the time.

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Harry Reems has died of cancer of the pancreas. Harry was Linda Lovelace's co star in DEEP THROAT and another 100 porn films. The movie was THAT popular at the time.

...And if you ever saw him in it...you'd know why! ;)

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