Ed Hinton
Ed Hinton
Edgar Latimer Hinton, Jr. , known as Ed Hinton and sometimes as Edward Hinton, was an American actor known particularly for guest-starring roles on television westerns. He was the father of actor Darby Hinton (born 1957), who was only fourteen months old, when Ed Hinton perished in an airplane crash on Santa Catalina Island off the California coast.
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Ayrton Senna revealed like never before - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
"He thinks he can't kill himself because he believes in God. ... I think that's very dangerous -- for the other drivers." Some still swear that Ayrton Senna was the best Formula One driver who ever lived, or ever will
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BENNER: Weighing in on Kiel, Manning and the Brickyard - Indianapolis Business Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Yet some believe the Brickyard is the worst thing that ever has happened to Indy, among them highly respected motorsports journalist Ed Hinton. Writing for SI.com, Hinton wishes this would have been “the last Brickyard 400.” He cited the “crass erosion
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Missing links: Posters, books, box scores & praise - Casper Star-Tribune Online (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Auto racing writer Ed Hinton couldn't have penned a better tribute to his late wife. "Some still don't understand this marriage. Some never will. All I know is, she loved me. I don't know why." Contact Assistant Managing Editor David Mayberry at
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INDYCAR: Miller's Mailbag, 8.3 - SPEEDtv.com
Google News - over 5 years
I know you always talk about Always Bad Coverage, but today I read an article by Ed Hinton on ESPN echoing yours and many others opinions on Indy itself, and the Brickyard 400. Maybe there is hope for ABC/ESPN. But probably not
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NASCAR eroding Indy's greatness - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
I wish the crass erosion of this hallowed ground would cease, and the damage could be limited to the horrid gullies already washed into the traditions of Indianapolis Motor Speedway by NASCAR. But no, hell, no, the strip-mining of this
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Top Crew ChiefIt's Dave Rogers - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
As near as Ed Hinton can tell, every NASCAR feud has ended in zero harm done and endless entertainment for the fans. So boys ... oh, you know. For days, Jamie McMurray had looked forward to visiting his hometown of Joplin, Mo
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The Kentucky Kid - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
As near as Ed Hinton can tell, every NASCAR feud has ended in zero harm done and endless entertainment for the fans. So boys ... oh, you know. For days, Jamie McMurray had looked forward to visiting his hometown of Joplin, Mo
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Denny Hamlin finally emerges as Chase contender - American Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
In memoriam: Condolences to former Tribune NASCAR writer Ed Hinton on the passing of his wife, Pamela Snow Hinton. She was 59. Snow is considered a "female pioneer" in motor racing public relations. "She was one of the great ladies of racing," HA
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Former NASCAR PR rep Snow Hinton dies at 59 - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
Pamela Snow Hinton, wife of ESPN.com senior writer Ed Hinton and a notable figure in the motor racing community in her own right, has died of cancer, according to family members. She was 59. A public memorial service will be scheduled at a later date
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Indianapolis 500 roars back to life - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
JR Hildebrand had the race won on the final lap until he crashed on the final turn. Dan Wheldon passed him, but will Wheldon still be awarded the victory? See all the craziness now! Watch Tags: Indianapolis 500 Not that the sun is high
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There's still no better place to be ... - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
INDIANAPOLIS -- This is a tough old race, this Indy 500, to survive two world wars, the Great Depression, the neglect of Eddie Rickenbacker and the reign of Tony George. Sunday is its 100th birthday, but "only" its 95th running
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It just has to be Foyt up front - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
Today, with our front row, we make it clear what we meant when we told you this grid wouldn't be based solely on statistics. Significant weight was given to how much the drivers typify what Indy has been all about, all these 100 years
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Indy 500 Field of the Century: Row 2 - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
Well, we told you statistics didn't mean everything in our selections. So in our second row, the most charismatic crowd-pleaser ever at Indy gets the nod to start inside two four-time winners. Now you may really be scratching your head
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Chat with Ed Hinton - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
On Friday, ESPN.com auto sports writer Ed Hinton will stop by to talk about all the latest news and notes from around the track. Hinton began his career covering NASCAR in the 1970's working for the Orlando Sentinel. He has also worked for Sports
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Indy 500 Field of the Century: Row 5 - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
Our fifth row includes a roadster driver who won twice in four years and didn't finish worse than fourth in a six-year span, the sad victor in the awful Year of Fire and Rain, and a retired F1 driver who restarted his career at Indy but
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Indy 500 Field of the Century: Row 6 - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
Our sixth row includes another three-time winner with an asterisk (in our book), one member of a family that will wind up with three on our all-time grid and Indy's first two-time winner, who wouldn't even be allowed to start today due to
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Indy 500 Field of the Century: Row 9 - ESPN
Google News - almost 6 years
We respect the big winners of the CART-IRL schism era, to a point. It's not their fault -- they raced against the fields at hand -- but we have to question the competition they beat. You IndyCar loyalists who get riled, just bear with us
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ed Hinton
    THIRTIES
  • 1958
    Age 30
    Died in 1958.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 26
    In 1954, Hinton appeared in some of his first television roles with an appearance on the CBS series Captain Midnight, starring Richard Webb, later of the syndicated series, Border Patrol.
    More Details Hide Details Hinton and his wife, Marilynn Hinton had three children, Daryn Hinton, Darcy Hinton Cook, and Darby Hinton, who co-starred from 1964-1970 on NBC's western series, Daniel Boone, with Fess Parker in the title role. Mrs. Hinton never remarried after Ed's death.
  • 1951
    Age 23
    Hinton had uncredited roles in the films Samson and Delilah (1949) and in two 1951 productions, The Red Badge of Courage and I Was a Communist for the FBI, as agent Jim Broderick.
    More Details Hide Details The latter film inspired the syndicated television series, I Led Three Lives, in which Hinton appeared, apparently in only one episode, "Relatives" (1955), as Special Agent Henderson. Richard Carlson starred as informant Herbert Philbrick.
  • OTHER
  • 1919
    Age -9
    IMDB contends that Hinton was born on March 26, 1919, which would be age-consistent for Spring Madness.
    More Details Hide Details TV Guide omits Spring Madness from Hinton's list of screen credits and instead begins ten years later with Harpoon.
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