Allan Lane
Actor
Allan Lane
Allan "Rocky" Lane was a studio leading man and the star of many cowboy B-movies in the 1940s and 1950s. He appeared in more than 125 films and TV shows in a career lasting from 1929 to 1966. He also did the voice of the talking horse on the television series Mister Ed, beginning in 1961.
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Golf Cart Accessories finds room to grow in North Port - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
"Government, as you know, doesn't create jobs," said Allan Lane, the city's economic development manager. "We create the environment for the jobs to be created." Stenten's plans to pursue a tax forgiveness program in which the North Port Commission can
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Lucille Ball Movie Schedule: EASY TO WED, THE BIG STREET, PANAMA LADY - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Cast: Lucille Ball, Allan Lane, Steffi Duna. BW-65 mins. 9:30 AM WITHOUT LOVE (1945) A World War II housing shortage inspires a widow to propose a marriage of convenience with an inventor. Dir: Harold S. Bucquet. Cast: Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn,
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India's 'Story' Should Not Be Neglected - Journal of Turkish Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
Allan Lane. The “European Project,” has been hailed by many, myself included, as humanity's most profound democratic experiment. Since its origins in a deal to manage coal and steel production by five countries in 1952, it has grown to link a half a
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Sheldon Allman, 77, the Voice Of a Singing Mr. Ed on Television
NYTimes - about 15 years
Sheldon Allman, a songwriter and actor who was the singing voice of Mr. Ed and composed the theme songs to ''George of the Jungle'' and other television shows, died on Jan. 22 at his home in Culver City, Calif. He was 77. The cause was heart failure, his family said. In ''Mr. Ed,'' the popular sitcom about Wilbur Post's talking horse, the voice of
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A Master's Touch Like Midas's
NYTimes - over 19 years
ALFRED HITCHCOCK was the first great movie director who knew what to do with television: he used it to make himself rich and famous. If today his name instantly brings to mind his substantial profile, morbid humor and English accent, it is thanks to the on-camera appearances that framed every episode of ''Alfred Hitchcock Presents,'' the anthology
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