John Hart
John Hart
This article is about the American cinema actor named John Hart. For other uses, see John Hart.
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Plenty of room for debate on MVP discussion, plus my picks - SI.com
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That could include John Hart, who hired Showalter in Texas and now works both for the Rangers and MLB Network. Hart started his career with the Orioles, and some could see him doing the GM job again. • The Dodger have had only two days when their
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Buckley's 4 TDs, defense carry Warriors - Indianapolis Star
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John Hart handed the most valuable player trophy of the Warren Central Gridiron Classic to Deionte Buckley, then the Warren Central High School football coach half-jokingly said his star running back should give it to the defense. Buckley didn't argue,
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Warriors are in good Hart - SundayNews.co.nz
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Former All Blacks coach John Hart, who has been part of the Warriors setup for six years, says the NRL franchise has never been in better shape. "The club is in great shape on and off the field," Hart told Sunday News. "The club has been building for
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John Hart project pushed back six months - Canada.com
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BC Hydro is pushing the timeline back six months for its billion dollar John Hart Generating Station Replacement Project, but the change doesn't have anything to do with the recent
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Hart confirmed as Wasps skipper - ESPN.co.uk
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London Wasps have confirmed John Hart as club captain for the coming Aviva Premiership season. The back-rower has made more than 150 appearances for the club after making his debut in 2003. Hart, 29, has captained the side on numerous occasions,
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John Hart business column: Copyright issues in small businesses - Idaho State Journal
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This week I want to follow up on one of the concepts I wrote about in last week's small-business column. For readers who missed it, I gave a brief overview of the four main categories of intellectual property and their importance for small business
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Paid Notice: Deaths GUIHER, ELIZABETH LIDDY HART
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GUIHER--Elizabeth Liddy Hart. Died August 17, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore with her two daughters in attendance. Beloved wife of James M. Guiher, and mother of Catharine Brownfield Guiher and Mrs. Deborah Guiher (Jeff) Chamblee. Born to Catharine Louise Davis and Edward Hart in Charleston, WV, October 9, 1928, she was raised in
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Best Sellers: Hardcover Fiction: Sunday, August 7th 2011
NYTimes - over 5 years
About the Best Sellers: These lists are an expanded version of those appearing in the August 7, 2011 print edition of the Book Review, reflecting sales for the week ending July 23, 2011. An asterisk (*) indicates that a book's sales are barely distinguishable from those of the book above it. A dagger (†) indicates that some retailers report
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Free Concerts, Yonkers to Tarrytown
NYTimes - over 5 years
WHILE the Caramoor and Litchfield festivals fill the first weekend in August with some of the finest jazz a fan can buy, Westchester will be awash in free performances throughout the month as Jazz Forum Arts's 12th annual summer concert series concludes with 16 shows at five locations. The sounds of Brazil will figure high in the programming. Mark
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Hart to speak at lunch series - Hilton Head Island Packet
Google News - over 5 years
John Hart, two-time winner of the Edgar Award for best novel and New York Times best-selling author, will be the guest at the University of South Carolina Beaufort's Lunch With Author summer series at noon Wednesday at the Sea Pines Country Club
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of John Hart
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2009
    Age 91
    On September 20, 2009, Hart died at his home in Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico at the age of 91, survived by his wife Beryl, a son and a daughter.
    More Details Hide Details His ashes were scattered into the Pacific Ocean.
  • 1981
    Age 63
    His last theatrical film appearance was in 1981's The Legend of the Lone Ranger in which he appeared as a newspaper editor.
    More Details Hide Details He appeared in the television series Happy Days as the Lone Ranger in the episode "Hi Yo, Fonzie Away" (February 9, 1982). In this episode Fonzie, played by Henry Winkler gets to meet his childhood hero, the Lone Ranger, for his birthday. Hart's other major late appearance was in an episode of The Greatest American Hero, My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys, where Hart gives the title character an inspiring speech about heroism.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1970
    Age 52
    In The Phynx, released in 1970, Hart played the Lone Ranger alongside Jay Silverheels as Tonto, spoofing their characters.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1955
    Age 37
    Hart continued to act in films for more than two decades, appearing in films of several genres, almost always in supporting roles. In 1955, he starred in The Adventures of Captain Africa, which was originally intended to be a new movie about famous comic book hero The Phantom.
    More Details Hide Details However, licensing issues made Columbia re-film the entire serial and re-christen the hero "Captain Africa." Hart also had numerous supporting roles in the Highway Patrol TV series. In 1957, Hart portrayed Nat "Hawkeye" Cutler in the syndicated western series Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans, set in New York State in the 1750s. The one-season program was based loosely on the novels of James Fenimore Cooper. It was filmed in Canada and featured some Indians in a favorable image. Interviewed by Tom Weaver in "Western Clippings" magazine (May–June 2000), Hart revealed that he met actress Beryl Braithwaite when she played a role in an episode of the series; they married just days later, with "Hawkeye" co-star Lon Chaney, Jr., the best man at the wedding. In 1965 Hart made two brief appearances on Perry Mason, including the role of title character and murder victim Jamison Selff in "The Case of the Wrathful Wraith."
  • 1954
    Age 36
    However, the public never truly accepted Hart as the Lone Ranger, and by 1954 the producers returned Moore to the role.
    More Details Hide Details According to Clayton Moore's autobiography I Was That Masked Man, Moore never knew why he was replaced with John Hart, and also stated that he had not sought a pay increase. Interestingly, he acted in minor roles in two episodes of The Lone Ranger before being asked to replace Clayton Moore for the entire third season. The episodes were "Rifles and Renegades" (#34) and "Sheriff at Gunstock" (#46).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1941
    Age 23
    His acting career was interrupted when he was drafted into the United States Army in 1941.
    More Details Hide Details He rose to the rank of first sergeant in the Coast Artillery, eventually serving in the Philippines. Following military service, he worked frequently for Sam Katzman and was given the lead in the Jack Armstrong (1947) film serial. Hart did stunt work and acted in numerous Westerns and was eventually offered the opportunity to replace Clayton Moore on The Lone Ranger television series. Based on the assumption that the masked character, rather than the actor, was the true star of The Lone Ranger, the program's producers fired Moore (presumably over salary differences) and replaced him with Hart, who was of a similar build and had a comparable background in Westerns.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1937
    Age 19
    Hart began his screen career in 1937 with a bit part in Daughter of Shanghai.
    More Details Hide Details He continued in a variety of B pictures such as Prison Farm and King of Alcatraz before appearing in two of Cecil B. DeMille's films The Buccaneer (1938) and North West Mounted Police (1940).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1917
    Born
    Born on December 13, 1917.
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