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José L Bernabé Tronchoni (#46500104)
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Bio Photo I was born in El Cabanyal, Valencia, Spain, in August the 4th of 1969. Si alguien quiere hacer alguna corrección en mis memoriales o desea que no aparezca la foto de la tumba, pueden escribir a
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David T. Hillgenberg
David Manners actor
An allegation has been made here in a post that David Manners' star was removed from the Hollywood Walk of Fame years later because he was gay. In fact, Manners never had a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the first place. The implication in the post was that Manners had a star around the time of his career or not long after his last film in 1936. But the Walk did not come into existence until the '50s, long after his screen career was over. Those making the decisions at the Hollywood Walk of Fame have "punished" some film artists for their political views. It took Charlie Chaplin years to get his star. One of the most conspicuous absentees today, as I've pointed out here, is the Oscar-winning actress Gale Sondergaard, a clear snub by the Walk people due to her politics. But whatever else the Walk of Fame people may have been guilty of when it comes to political bias, they hardly have a record of discriminating against openly gay actors. Both William Haines and Ramon Novarro, whose homosexuality was widely known and is undisputed, have had stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for years. That Manners has been overlooked by the Walk people is unfortunate but as with the team of Wheeler and Woolsey and one of Manners' co-stars, Marian Marsh, among his contemporaries also lacking a star, I think it has more to do with Hollywood's amnesia than any conspiracy directed against the actor over his personal life. Thought this was pretty interesting to share with all.
Added by David T. Hillgenberg on Mar 30, 2015 8:58 AM
Brian K. O
Memorial 110777030
Am seeking permission to include photographs in my family records. Prior authorization would be requested prior to any further distribution.

Brian K. O'Connor
Added by Brian K. O on Mar 08, 2015 1:18 AM
Carlos Estrada.
He leído en la página de Carlos Estrada que fué incinerado y sus cenizas dispersas en el Océano Atlántico.

Según Wikipedia sus restos descansan en el Panteón de SADAIC de la Asociación Argentina de Actores del Cementerio de la Chacarita.

¿Cual de las dos noticias es cierta?

Added by Adeline. on Mar 04, 2015 11:08 AM
Felipe Bauzá
Hi Jose, we have added a photo to the above memorial.

Julia & Keld
Added by julia&keld on Feb 23, 2015 4:02 AM
Kenneth Gilbert
Gisela Uhlen
Got her made famous by a little editing to fit Famous guidelines. I made sure you kept the bio because I only took out the paragraphs and made a couple of minor edits. I actually visited the cemetery where she is buried as I went to school very close (a few hundred meters) to there many years ago and went back to see it in 2011.
Added by Kenneth Gilbert on Feb 08, 2015 8:39 PM
Eman Bonnici
RE: Demis Roussos
Thanks a lot. Will work on them in the coming days.

-- Eman
Added by Eman Bonnici on Feb 02, 2015 9:08 AM
Eman Bonnici
RE: Demis Roussos
Thank you very much José. I would surely appreciate that!

All the best,

-- Eman
Added by Eman Bonnici on Feb 02, 2015 3:06 AM
Eman Bonnici
RE: Demis Roussos
Thank you very much dear José. Much appreciated. Very kind of you.

-- Eman
Added by Eman Bonnici on Jan 31, 2015 6:20 AM
Tim Reynolds
Olympic gold medalists
Hola Jose,

I looked through your virtual cemetery of sports people and while it was full of cyclists and soccer players - just like mine features rugby and cricket, and anyone from the USA features baseball or American football - it did contain a few of interest to me, such as Gert Fredriksson and the Spanish water polo goalie.

But I was amazed when I saw a memorial to Jack Blackham, the Australian cricketer!!! How did he get on to your list?

I hope Jose that you maintain your interest in featuring the graves of sports people, and if you track down any more Olympic gold medalists I would be very interested to find out about them. Have a look at my list if you're interested.

Regards, Tim
Added by Tim Reynolds on Jan 21, 2015 9:20 PM
Bernard Johnson
Carl Esmond
I thought I'd let you know that Carl Esmond's wife Ruth died Saturday at age 104. The plans were to have them both buried in a family plot in Colma CA but that isn't going to happen now and the family has possession of their cremated remains.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Jan 19, 2015 8:47 AM
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