Joyce Bulifant
American actress
Joyce Bulifant
Joyce Bulifant is an American television actress, notable for her sunny "little girl"-like Southern lilt of a voice. She was a frequent panelist on the television game show Match Game and Chain Reaction, in which she more often than not gave bizarre answers that seldom matched the contestants on the former.
Biography
Joyce Bulifant's personal information overview.
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News
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Actress Joyce Bulifant to speak at Women in Film & Television luncheon - The Desert Sun
Google News - almost 6 years
Palm Springs Women in Film & Television is scheduled to host its last luncheon of the season with guest speaker Joyce Bulifant. The event is slated for 11:30 am to 1 pm Saturday at the Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel, 888 Tahquitz Canyon Way
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Web of spouses; star for Loretta - The Desert Sun
Google News - almost 6 years
Vibrant actress Joyce Bulifant, with a solid history of entertaining us on the tube, lives in our desert now. Bulifant was once married to the late actor James MacArthur, son of Charles MacArthur and Helen Hayes, which made Hayes her mother-in-law
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James MacArthur, 'Danno,' Dies at 72
NYTimes - over 6 years
James MacArthur, who played Danno, the boyish-looking but hard-driving sidekick on the long-running television detective show ''Hawaii Five-O,'' died Thursday. He was 72. Mr. MacArthur died in Florida of natural causes, his agent, Richard Lewis, told The Associated Press. For 11 of the 12 years that ''Hawaii Five-O'' first ran on CBS, Mr.
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Ballpark Farewell, Played Adagio
NYTimes - over 6 years
CHICAGO -- On a gray, damp morning this week, the home of Nancy Faust, White Sox organist, was alive with the sound of ring tones. A young man who met Faust at a game when he was a teenager called to say he had bought tickets to Saturday's game and was bringing his girlfriend. A woman who met Faust years ago when she and her husband had season
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THEATER; A PLAYA BEST LEFT IN THE MUSEUM
NYTimes - over 32 years
WHY is the Hartman Theater in Stamford opening its 10th anniversary season with ''The Torch- Bearers,'' an archaic piece of nonsense? To Edwin Sherin, the artistic director, it is, apparently, an act of methodical madness. To ''retrieve lost or rarely seen American works'' is the way Mr. Sherin puts it in a program note that, in this instance,
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