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PostSubject: August 20 Birthday Wishes   Mon Aug 20, 2012 10:45 am

Lurene Tuttle [1907 - 1986]

Buddy Van Horn [1929 - ]

William O'Connell [1933 - ]

Isaac Hayes [1942 - 2008]
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PostSubject: Re: August 20 Birthday Wishes   Mon Aug 20, 2012 4:09 pm

Howdy Manco!!

Lurene Tuttle began her career back in the 30's, on radio, as a character on the Sam Spade detective show. She appeared in Psycho, The Fortune Cookie and Niagara, and as a supporting charactor actress on many of the t.v. sitcoms of the day, but is probably best know for her role of Doris Dunston on the 1960's t.v. series, Father Of The Bride.

Buddy Van Horn is a legend in the stuntman industry!! He has performed the stunts and served as stunt coordinator in over 80 films and dozens of t.v. series. Beginning his career in 1951, he worked on Ride Clear Of Diablo, Cave Of Outlaws, Spartacus, The Beguiled, Mystic River, Changeling, Million Dollar Baby and w-a-y too many more big name films to list here. As the song to the t.v. series Fall Guy went, "he's the unknown stunt guy, that made Eastwood look so good".

William O'Connell began his film career in 1959 and for about 12 years, appeared mostly as a character actor on t.v. series, but in 1972, he appeared in The Culpepper Cattle Company and caught the eye of Clint Eastwood. He has since appeared in The Outlaw Josey Wales, Every Which Way But Loose and Any Which Way You Can with Eastwood, In the 2 last films, O'Connell played a member of the Black Widows motorcycle gang and showed a definite flair for comedy. In The Outlaw Josey Wales, he was cast as the ferry operator, who sang either Dixie, or Battle Hymm Of The Republic, depending who was within earshot.

Issac Hayes was a music composer long before he took up acting. He composed the themes for Jigsaw, The Delphi Bureau and Shaft, before first appearing in film in 1974. For his work in film, he will probably be best remembered for his roles in Kill Bill, Vol I and Vol II, Jackie Brown and the t.v. series, Southpark.

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PostSubject: Re: August 20 Birthday Wishes   Mon Aug 20, 2012 5:18 pm

Also today:

Sam Melville (1936-1989)

Sam Melville was in a few TV shows, and played Morgan Earp in Hour of the Gun, before starring as Officer Mike Danko in The Rookies. He later guest starred on shows like The Dukes of Hazzard, The A-Team, Dallas, and T.J. Hooker. On The Rookies, he played Kate Jackson's husband, and on Scarecrow and Mrs. King he played her ex-husband.
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