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PostSubject: March 19 Birthday Wishes   Mon Mar 19, 2012 10:46 am

Roy Roberts [1906 - 1975]

Kent Smith [1907 - 1985]

Fred Clark [1914 - 1968]

Ursula Andress [1936 - ]
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PostSubject: Re: March 19 Birthday Wishes   Mon Mar 19, 2012 11:52 am

Howdy Manco!!

Roy Roberts began his career back in the 1930's. he looks like everybody thinks their uncle should look like. He was the ship's captain on Gale Storm's Oh Susannah t.v. series. He was the bank president on The Lucy Show, he was the railroad president on Petticoat Junction and the rival banker on The Beverly Hillbillies. He was even on the original McHale's Navy. He has appeared as a regular on Gunsmoke, the doctor on Restless Gun and too many more to name. He just had that kind of face and he could play comedy just as well as drama.

Kent Smith started his career in the 1940's and actually made several films and enjoyed his most success during those years. He began to appear on t.v. series, like Wagon Train, Have Gun Will Travel and many others during the 50's and 60's. A solid supporting actor, who played businessman, ranchers, bankers etc.

I remember Fred Clark best from 3 films, The Mating Game, Move Over Darling and The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb. He also played George Burns and Gracie Allen's neighbor on their t.v. series. He appeared in many t.v. series, often as the bumbling crook, or the intimidating .Dr or landlord. He played comedy the best.

Aah, the beautiful Ursula Andress!! The original " Bond" girl. First appearing as Honey Ryder in the first Bond film, .Dr No, the role for which she would become famous. I next saw her in "She", a film about a queen of the desert. Next in, Four For Texas, a western with Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin along with Anita Ekberg. GEE-MY-O-NELLIE!!!!! Talk about beautiful women!! This film had more than it's share!!

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PostSubject: Re: March 19 Birthday Wishes   Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:47 pm

I'm sure I've seen Kent Smith in many things, but I know him best from the Val Lewton horror film Cat People, with Simone Simon.

Like Ed, I remember Fred Clark from Curse of the Mummy's tomb, but I seen him on a lot of TV shows: Bonanza, Laredo, The Beverly Hillbillies, to name a few.

And I second what Ed said about Ursula Andress!
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