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  GALE GORDON (SPEEDWAY)  BORN   February 20, 1906 – June 30, 1995;  was an American character actor perhaps best remembered as Lucille Ball's longtime television foil—and particularly as cantankerously combustible, tightfisted bank executive Theodore J. Mooney, on Ball's second television situation comedyThe Lucy Show. Gordon also had starring roles in Ball's third series, Here's Lucy and her short-lived fourth series, Life with Lucy. Prior to his television career, Gordon was a respected American radio actor.  Gordon died of lung cancer on June 30, 1995, at the Redwood Terrace Health Center in Escondido, California. Virginia, his wife of nearly 60 years, had died in the same facility one month earlier.[4]



 WILLIAM SCHALLERT (SPEEDWAY) BORN  July 6, 1922  ; is an American actor who has appeared in many films and in such television series as The SmurfsThe Rat PatrolGunsmokeThe Patty Duke ShowThe Many Loves of Dobie GillisThe WaltonsBonanzaLeave It to BeaverThe Dick Van Dyke Show,Love, American StyleGet Smart and Lawman. 

RUDY VALLEE (LIVE A LITTLE LOVE A LITTLE)  BORN July 28, 1901 – DIED July 3, 1986 , he  was an American singeractorbandleader, and entertainer.  Vallée was married briefly to actress Jane Greer, but that ended in divorce in 1944. His previous marriage to Leonie Cauchois was annulled and the one to Fay Webb ended in divorce. After divorcing Jane Greer, he married Eleanor Norris in 1946, who wrote a memoir, My Vagabond Lover. Their marriage lasted until his death in 1986.

Always loyal to Yale University. He never forgot his Maine roots, and maintained an estate at Kezar Lake in Maine.  




DON PORTER ( LIVE A LITTLE LOVE A LITTLE) BORN September 24, 1912 – DIED February 11, 1997 . He  was an American actor who appeared in a number of films in the 1940s, including Top Sergeantand Eagle Squadron, but is perhaps best known for his role as Russell Lawrence, the widowed father of 15-year old Frances "Gidget" Lawrence (Sally Field) in the 1965 ABC television series Gidget. <


DICK SARGENT (LIVE A LITTLE LOVE A LITTLE) BORN April 19, 1930 – DIED July 8, 1994 , was an American actor, notable as the second actor to portray Darrin Stephens on the television series Bewitched.  In 1991, Sargent publicly declared his homosexuality and supported gay rights issues.[4] He had long hidden his sexual orientation, appearing with lesbian actress Fannie Flagg on Tattletales as a couple. He lived with his domestic partner, Albert Williams, until his death in 1994.[5]

In June 1992, Sargent was a Grand Marshal of the Los Angeles Gay Pride parade along with actress and former Bewitched co-star Elizabeth Montgomery.[4]

Sargent died on July 8, 1994 from prostate cancer at the age of 64. His remains were cremated.


VICTOR FRENCH( CHARRO)  BORN  December 4, 1934 - DIED  June 15, 1989,  was an American actor and director.  His most well-known  was role as Mr. Edwards in the TV series based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder entitled Little House on the Prairie beginning in 1973.  French, a life-long heavy smoker, was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer in April 1989, from which he died on June 15, 1989 in Los Angeles, California. According to one anecdote, he left a final, good-humored message for friends and family at his wake, having arranged for an airplane to fly overhead with it.


ED ASNER (CHANGE OF HABIT)  BORN (born November 15, 1929), is an American film, television, stage, and voice actor and former president of the Screen Actors Guild, primarily known for his Emmy Award-winning role as Lou Grant on both The Mary Tyler Moore Show and its spin-off series, Lou Grant. In 2009, he starred as the voice of Carl Fredricksen in Pixar's award-winning animated film, Up. In early 2011, Asner returned to television as butcherHank Greziak in Working Class, the first original sitcom on cable channel CMT. He is currently starring in a Canadian television series Michael, Tuesdays and Thursdays, on CBC Television.