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PostSubject: June 1 Birthday Wishes   Fri Jun 01, 2012 10:23 am

Joan Caulfield [1922 - 1991]

Andy Griffith [1926 - ]

Rene Auberjonois [1940 - ]

Powers Boothe [1948 - ]
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PostSubject: Re: June 1 Birthday Wishes   Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:02 pm

Howdy Manco!!

Joan Caulfield was a former model, turned actress. She will probably be best remembered for the film, The Unsuspected, with Claude Rains. She also did a coyple of westerns like, Red Tomahawk and Cattle King. She was a regular on the 1957 t.v. series, Sally. Afer the 50's, she mostly guest starred on t.v. series, like Cheyenne, Baretta and Murder, She Wrote.

Andy Griffith first received recognition as an actor, with the film, A Face In The Crowd, in 1957. He also starred in No Time For Sergeants and Onionhead before taking on the role he will always be famous for, that of Sheriff Andy Taylor in the 50's-60's comedy, The Andy Griffith Show. wIth his "down home" manner and southern drawl, it was a hit and has been in syndication ever since. After the show was cancelled, Andy did several made for t.v. films, untill finally taking on another t.v. series, Matlock, in which he played another southern/country lawyer. He has recorded comedy albums, such as " Whut It Was, Was Football" and also Gospel music. He's as American as apple pie and the kind of fella you'd like to have as a neighbor. Happy 86th birthday, Andy, from a fellow native North Carolinian and may the GOOD LORD grant you many more!!

Rene Auberjonois ( and don't ask me how to pronounce it) has appeared in several films, like Star Trek VI, The Undiscovered Country, The Patriot, with Mel Gibson, Inspector Gadget and was Father Mulcahey in the film version of M.A.S.H, but is probably better know for his t.v. character on Benson, as the Govenor's fussy assistant, as Odo on Star Trek, Deep Space Nine and on Boston Legal. An excellent actor, he has also made guest star appearances on many of the current t.v. series.

Powers Boothe is an excellent actor, with a very strong voice. I guess I first saw him in The Guyana Tragedy, The Jim Jones Story, then in Red Dawn, Blue Skies with Jessica Lange and Nixon. I just watched him, on Tuesday and Wednesday night as Judge Wall Hatfield, in the History Channel's mini-series, The Hatfields And The McCoys, but his role as Curly Bill Brocious in the Kurt Russell western, Tombstone, is probably his most memorable to date.

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