IN MEMORY OF JAMES GARNER
If you are a baby boomer, you know who he is. Growing up in the 50s and 60s who would have thought entertainment would get so far off. We were lucky we just did not know it then. Garner had class and he let it shine in his characters. He made us laugh and cry and we loved it. We loved him then and always. James Garner, a real class act.
PETE DUEL;ALIAS SMITH AND JONES
MICHAEL LANDON; BONANZA
DANA PLATO; FAMILY AFFAIR
PEPSI COMMERCIAL BRITNY SPEARS
ANISSA JONES; FAMILY AFFAIR
GOOD THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES
Johnny Yuma was exciting and fearless. He was a small man and he somehow did not seem to see his own worth although he spotted it quickly in others. With great moral beliefs he would stand up against the masses to protect the one he felt was right. Not quick to judge he was honest and willing to admit when he was wrong as well as forgive the mistakes of others. He was a very abused character but was willing to try to understand and forgive. Oh...make sure you check out his great scatter gun and the way he grits his teeth when angry. They became his trademark. I dedicate this video to Nick Adams for his amazing acting of this hot tempered unusual character.This is the other side of Johnny Yuma. Hope you like it.
This is my first serious tribute. It is to the show The Fugitive, and to the actor David Janssen. Janssen started his film career with a contract at 20th Century Fox, but was quickly dropped when the studio decided his hairline was unusual and his ears were too big. He was picked up by Universal. He ended up with four shows of his own, The Fugitive being the most famous. The show won several awards, and the final episode held the record (at that time) for the most homes watching it at 72%. He won four Golden Globe Awards and four other awards with six nominations during his career; not bad for this so called "ugly duckling."
THE FUGITIVE TRIBUTE
REMEMBERING NICK ADAMS
Remembering Nick Adams as The Rebel. He and his character shared the misfortune of a tragic life. Gone to soon he never received the status he wanted and deserved as a actor. A tragedy for himself and the viewing public.This dedication is to this great actor that never got the chance to prove himself.
This commercial aired only once, on the wake of 911. It seems to be speaking more about teem work then selling beer.
IN LOVING MEMORY