IF: cat

I loved Batman, the campy cool TV series whose episodes were broadcast twice weekly on ABC for two of its three-season run from 1966 until 1968. Batman, starring Adam West, in his best ultra-suave put-on, featured a “who’s who” of Hollywood notables in guest villain roles throughout the entire 120-episode run. Since the show appealed …

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DCS: sandra giles

Born in Hooker, Oklahoma, young Sandra Giles moved to Los Angeles with her single mother as a child. Sandra was discovered by a press agent while she was working as a waitress at Canter’s Delicatessen. Not content with being touted as the next “Blonde Bombshell,” Sandra began drama classes at Los Angeles City College. In …

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DCS: susan hayward

Twenty year-old fashion model Susan Hayward headed to Hollywood with dreams of becoming a movie star. Like most hopeful actresses, Susan started in some bit parts in some “B” pictures. Some of her roles never made it past the editing room. It was producer Walter Wagner who, taking a chance on the young actress, launched …

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DCS: carol vitale

Beautiful Carol Vitale grew up in northern New Jersey, where she was popular in high school. She was a track star and dated the captain of the football team. Upon graduation, Carol and a friend moved to Florida. Carol’s good looks immediately secured her employment as a model for Oldsmobile, leading to a job as …

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DCS: lowell hawthorne

Ephraim Hawthorne opened a bakery in Saint Andrew, Jamaica, selling “family recipes” to the locals. In 1989, 29 year-old Lowell Hawthorne brought his father’s dream to the United States, opening the first Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill in The Bronx. The restaurant duplicated some of Ephraim’s most popular recipes including Jamaican patties, a flaky …

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