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PostSubject: April 13 Birthday Wishes   Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:29 am

Howard Keel [1919 - 2004]

Jack Lambert [1920 - 2002]

Charles Robinson [1932 - 2006]

Rick Shroder [1970 - ]
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PostSubject: Re: April 13 Birthday Wishes   Fri Apr 13, 2012 11:07 am

Howdy Manco!!

Howard Keel is best know for the film musicals of the 40's and 50's, such as Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Calamity Jane, Showboat, South Pacific and Oklahoma. He did appear in some non musical roles in t.v. like Love Boat, and Dallas and in the film, The War Wagon as Levi Walking Bear.

Jack Lambert was one of the best villains of the 40's and 50's. Appearing in Winchester 73, Bend Of The River, Vera Cruz, The Killers and one of my favorites, Day Of The Outlaw. He also made many appearances on western t.v. series, like The Virginian, Have Gun Will Travel etc. With his lean, rangy physique and his deep voice and that hatchet like face, he was the equal of any of the Hollywood bad guys.

Charles Robinson was an excellent character actor, who appeared in such films as, The Sand Pebbles, Shenandoah and Splendor In The Grass. He also appeared on many t.v. series like Wagon Train and Laramie. Not primarily thought of as a western actor, he also appeared in many films of other genre.

Rich Shroder was a child star actor who first showed up in film, as John Voight's son in the movie, The Champ. He went on to star in the hit t.v. sitcom, Silver Spoons. He played the role of Newt in the made for t.v. movies, Lonesome Dove and Return To Lonesome Dove. He also was a regular on the t.v. series, N.Y.P.D. Blue. At only 42 years of age, who knows what the future holds for this tremendously talented actor.

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PostSubject: Re: April 13 Birthday Wishes   Fri Apr 13, 2012 2:25 pm

After Jack Lambert retired from acting he opened up a little shop in Carmel, California. Besides all the great bad guy roles that he played he did get to cross over to a law abiding character as one of the regulars who worked on Darren McGaven's "Riverboat" in that series.
My cousin Jeremy Slate worked with Lambert in an episode of Gunsmoke. When he met Lambert at the set, Jack was wearing a big coat and opened it up and inside one of the pockets he had this tiny little dog that was his pet dog .... so even though he would kill you on screen without blinking an eye, he had a tender spot for his little furry friend in real life.
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