Film making along with the objectivity of photography with it's singular way to tell a story with one image has been a life long passion and love affair with me since my early childhood. With this and the joy of telling a story full of creative energy and artful imagination has led me to work as a cinematogragher in Hollywood, New York and Europe. One of my many interests in art/film school was film history along with the actors that made it all the more a fun topic to discuss and fascinating to research. So after many years of reading and recalling many of the stories my family told me about the good ol'e days. I've compiled a very short list of those grand artist of yesteryear as not to forget their contribution to history of cinema.
Also I thank all of you for leaving flowers for my friends and family.
I hope you are still involved with Find A Grave. I recently claimed a photo request for someone wanting a photo of Janice Logan's grave on her memorial. The memorial was created by you and says that she is buried at Forest Lawn Long Beach. They have NO record of her burial. In searching the internet, another Find A Grave volunteer found that she died in a house fire in Glendale, CA and there is a listing for a Janet Logan (different birthdate) but same date of death. We are wondering if in fact, Janet is Janice and buried at Forest Lawn Glendale? Can you shed any light on this? Thanks for your help.
I just wanted to let you know that the actor, James "Jimmy" Conlin is not buried at Woodlawn Memorial Park in Compton, Ca. He is buried at San Fernando Mission Cemetery in Mission Hills (L.A. County), Ca. Also, his Plot info is: Section D, Lot 247, Grave 7.
Anne Nichols Thank you for the message left for her. I knew her when I was a child. She was a terrific person to know. She was a great storyteller. Do you have any information about her husband Henry Duffey and her son? I know Duffey was an actor and director. I know his second wife was Dale Winters. Thanks Janet