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Posted on 11/24/2004 6:40:07 PM PST by Captain Peter Blood
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There was a blonde manipulatrix in the show too. Perfectly described by the Bob Dylan song line "girl by the whirlpool, lookin' for a new fool!"
I knew a guy who was at a Hollywood party with Tuesday Weld.
She was shuffling around the room, tugging on the sleeves
of various men, saying "Save me......."
Aah, wish I had your extensive knowledge of film to have asked about all of that. I pretty much focused on "Dobie" and "Patty Duke" questions, plus some SAG questions for Schallert. He is very well-spoken. Both men had nothing but good to say about their TV experiences. I was fortunate to meet a lot of my 50s and 60s TV heroes when I lived in LA in the 90s through a friend in the biz. Most of them were great to talk to and surprisingly normal human beings.
Zelda used to call Dobie "Poopsie," if memory serves.
You mistake me, as most do. I don't have extensive knowledge of film or any other topic, hence my current tagline. What I do have is very broad knowledge about a lot of what to me are very interesting things. I cover an area three miles wide but one inch deep. If one of the pieces of useless knowledge gets bumped into I haul it out and sound profound. Most people do this. I have just collected more useless knowledge about more topics than is the norm. But expertise or extensive knowledge? Hardly.
I was really sincere when I said I envied you. That sort of opportunity would have been neat and the questions you got to ask were probably above average, witness the SAG comment (not many would have touched on that... did you go so far as to touch on Patty Duke's tenure as head of SAG?)
It's a pity he's a typical Hollywood Lefty.
"Bonnie and Clyde" was his second film. His first was the very strange "Mickey One", directed by Arthur Penn, where he co-starred with Hurd Hatfield, who had been MGM's pretty boy back in the Forties.
Beatty was in more than one film before Bonnie. His big break came in the classic "Splendor in the Grass" with Natalie Wood.
No question he's a lefty, like most of them. But he was a pretty nice guy for the short time I got to talk to him; maybe that's because we were talking sitcoms instead of politics.
Remember Denver was also in a short-lived sitcom called "The Good Guys." Also an even shorter-lived one called "Dusty's Trail." I agree, Maynard was the highlight of the show. The only recurring beatnik in a series at the time, if memory serves.
Denver received his draft notice during the first year into the show but was rejected due to a neck injury. So Denver returned to the show
I remember Dobie Gillis and Maynard, but not Chatsworth at all. I was too young I suppose! :-0
As a college textbook rep in the seventies, we used that line of miles wide but only inches deep. Learned it from our District Manager, who was a bit deeper and miles wider, mentally.
Yes I know but Rush gave him a promotion.
Schallert was in everything it seems like, since the beginning of television...
Commando Cody - Sky Marshall of the Universe
Mighty Joe Young
Science Fiction Theatre
One Step Beyond
Men Into Space
The Man from Planet X
Tobor The Great
The Incredible Shrinking Man
The Monolith Monsters
And Last, but not least
TOS: The Trouble with Tribbles
and the time travel episode from DS9:
Troubles and Tribble-ations
Considering the name of the star, that title would take on a whole other meaning today. And it would have to play on the BRAVO channel.
Daryl Hickman was a serious movie actor. I don't remember him doing any TV.
I thought the G stood for Walter?
Jeez. "Splendor in the Grass." To think I saw that film last night on cable and forgot that Beatty had made it in '62. Thanks.
According to the timeline, he did some work on "Dobie". I didn't remember that at all.
Nevermind my last post. I read more of the thread and I guess somebody else remembers the G stood for Walter as well.
He was in The Americans, a Civil War series, for a few months in 1961.
I don't either. They did look an awful lot alike.
I do remember that after "Dobie", Dwayne did a pilot called "Hello Teacher" that was never picked up.
My sister was a Darryl fan at the time and he sent her an autographed picture of himself in a Civil War uniform. I think the story line was he was in the Union Army and his brother was a Confederate.
I consider Carlson 'The Herbie Stempel of CNN' - Stempel is the famous tv gameshow loser who cried foul when he took a dive back in the 50s. :-)
"One day I gotta kill that boy"........hehehehe
I gotta kill that boy. I just gotta
With a good conduct medal!
The only place in town to get your groceries. Seems like the meat locker played a prominent role, too. Wait a second -- Richard Kimball -- I remember you -- you're a Quinn Martin Production!!
Bobby Diamond - Duncan 'Dunky' Gillis
Ooohh I remember Bobby Diamond! He was Joey in the tv show "FURY"; in the late '50's... I think. Man; that was a great TV show.. along with "MY FRIEND FLICKA" and "THE ROY ROGERS SHOW"; THE HOPALONG CASSIDY SHOW" and a whole lot of others.... They just DON'T make tv shows for kids like we watched in the '50's anymore~!
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