Louise Stanley
American actor
Louise Stanley
Louise Stanley, born Louise Keyes, was an actress of the mid-20th century. Born in Springfield, Illinois, Keyes changed her name to Stanley when she decided to embark on an acting career. Although obtaining many minor roles, her career never lifted her to major stardom, but she did star in roughly twenty-four B-movies during her short career, most of which were B-Westerns.
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What's On Friday 19th August - Lytham Today
Google News - over 5 years
CARL SCHOFIELD AND HELEN LOUISE. Stanley Road WMC, Stanley Road, (off Hornby Road), Blackpool. Details, (01253) 621168. SID SCOUSE AND KATHERINE BURNS. Duple Social Club, 96a Bond Street, South Shore. Details, (01253) 341647. NIKKI MILLER
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What’s On Friday 5th August - Blackpool Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
CARL SCHOFIELD AND HELEN LOUISE. Stanley Road WMC, Stanley Road, (off Hornby Road), Blackpool. Details, (01253) 621168. JIMMY JONES. Duple Social Club, 96a Bond Street, South Shore. Details, (01253) 341647. BEN BELLUSHI. Brun Grove WMC and Institute,
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Phyllis Byrne - Tiffin Advertiser Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Survivors include two sons, Robert Byrne and Larry Byrne, both of Tiffin; three daughters, Anna Lou Morehart of Sandusky, Nancy (Ken) Yoakum Sr. of Tiffin and Nanette (Jim) Kimball of Bellevue; one sister, Anna Louise (Stanley) Weber of Tiffin;
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Farm Aid President Willie Nelson To Be Inducted Into The Agricultural Hall Of Fame - Music Indistry News Network
Google News - over 5 years
The Agricultural Hall of Fame's inductees include George Washington Carver, John Deere, Louise Stanley and Thomas Jefferson. The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame was issued a rare federal charter by the act of the 86th Congress to serve as
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What's On Friday 22nd July - Fleetwood Today
Google News - over 5 years
CARL SCHOFIELD PLUS HELEN LOUISE. Stanley Road WMC, Stanley Road, (off Hornby Road), Blackpool. Details, (01253) 621168. JOHN GILLAN. Duple Social Club, 96a Bond Street, South Shore. Details, (01253) 341647. JAMES DEVINE. Brun Grove WMC and Institute,
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A Quick Review of a Berkeley Arts Festival Concert - Berkeley Daily Planet
Google News - over 5 years
.So I went to one of the concerts tonight in the Berkeley Arts Festival... Jerry Kuderna, a pianist who played some wonderful Debussy etudes, very modern, percussive and bombastic, new to me. He talked about Debussy's process and
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Still Creatively Improvising, Berkeley Arts Festival Turns 20 - Berkeley Daily Planet
Google News - over 5 years
The current performance space is adorned for the Festival with large-scale paintings by four East Bay artists, Robert Brokl, Lisa Esherick, M. Louise Stanley and Livia Stein. The paintings line the walls and a narrow balcony / mezzanine that overlooks
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Liberal supporters get key health jobs - Herald Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Health Minister David Davis' ex-fiancee and Liberal Party vice-president Louise Stanley has been appointed to the East Grampians Health Service. Last week, Mr Birrell took up his appointment as deputy chair of VicHealth
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Walter Ardale Sims - Du Quoin Evening Call
Google News - over 5 years
Walter is survived by three sons, Walter (Michelle) Sims of Murfreesboro, Tenn., Charlie (Sandy) Sims of Paragould, Ark., David Malcolm of Pinckneyville, Ill.; three daughters, Louise (Stanley) Mathis of Pinckneyville, Ill., Dawn Poore of Carterville,
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What’s On Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd July - Blackpool Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
MIKE DENNETT & CHIC PLUS BEN BELLUSHI & EMMA LOUISE. Stanley Road WMC, Stanley Road, (off Hornby Road), Blackpool. Details, (01253) 621168. KATHERINE BURNS. Duple Social Club, 96a Bond Street, South Shore. Details, (01253) 341647. JANE FRAZER
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Balancing act of modern motherhood - News-Leader.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Louise Stanley / for the News-Leader Nixa mom Elizabeth Aley volunteers about 30 hours a week. / Louise Stanley / for the News-Leader Being a mom may be the role a woman most cherishes, but for many it's not the only role. Motherhood is often juggled
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Sharon Gerot, 54 - Iowa City Press Citizen
Google News - almost 6 years
Sharon Kay Maydew was born October 12, 1956, in Clinton, Iowa the daughter of Blaine and Louise (Stanley) Maydew. Following graduation from high school in Clinton, she attended Iowa State University. She has resided in Iowa and Wisconsin most of her
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Airline Releases List of Passengers and Crew Aboard Downed Jet
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Valujet Airlines released the following partial list of the passengers and crew aboard its flight 592 from Miami to Atlanta, which crashed shortly near Miami yesterday. No one is believed to have survived. Isabel Anderson, Cookeville, Tenn. Leslie Archibald, Opa-Locka, Fla. Giuseppe Bafunno, Blackwood, N.J. Marlo Balandran, Kansas City, Mo. Thomas
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Review/Film Festival; 18, Out of Sync With the World and Vaguely Disbelieving
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Made on a shoestring - and a very small shoestring at that, the $15,000 budget recommended by Rick Schmidt in his book ''Feature Filmmaking at Used Car Prices'' - Mr. Schmidt's ''Morgan's Cake'' is a deadpan, unpretentious delight. The title character, played by the film maker's son, Morgan Schmidt-Feng, is no less comically out of sync with
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Squatters Celebrate Brooklyn Victory
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: It did not seem like much of a place for a party yesterday, this weedy lot at 412 Vermont Avenue in the heart of the East New York section of Brooklyn. Apart from the tall grass, there was literally nothing there, save the upside-down chassis of a long-defunct Ford Falcon, a kind of monument to urban decay. It did not seem like much of a
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Give Squatters a Chance
NYTimes - over 31 years
It sounds so simple and sensible. New York has a housing shortage. The city owns almost 6,000 abandoned residential buildings. Some New Yorkers clamor for the right to rehabilitate them and return them to the tax rolls in exchange for ownership. Why not let them do so? Yet to city officials, it isn't that simple. Those arguing for the chance to
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SQUATTERS AND CITY BATTLE FOR ABANDONED BUILDINGS
NYTimes - over 31 years
A crowd of people carrying hammers and crowbars pried the metal seal off an abandoned city-owned building this week in the East New York section of Brooklyn and said it now belonged to them. It was the 25th building in East New York that the squatters, organized by a group called Acorn, had broken into and claimed since June 15. Members of the
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SATELLITE STATION SPURS BROOKLYN DEBATE
NYTimes - about 34 years
As construction of the city's first satellite earth station proceeds in the East New York section of Brooklyn, residents of that community are debating whether the facility will automatically trigger needed revitalization of the area or whether its owner should provide direct subsidies for renewal. The owner of the station is Hughes Communications
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NEW YORK DAY BY DAY
NYTimes - over 34 years
Lunch for a Cause I n Brooklyn's Fort Greene section this morning, at least 100 business and professional people know exactly where their next meal is coming from: Lunchtime will bring a chicken dinner, delivered for $3 by some other people mobilizing for a voice in where their next housing is coming from. Cooking started last night at the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Louise Stanley
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1982
    Age 67
    Louise Stanley retired from acting, and died from cancer in Cocoa Beach, Florida in 1982.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1939
    Age 24
    In 1939 she starred in The Oregon Trail, starring alongside Johnny Mack Brown.
    More Details Hide Details She starred in several films with cowboy star Bob Steele and others with Tex Ritter. Following the end of her first marriage, Stanley married singing cowboy, and romantic lead for many B-Westerns, Addison Randall. She and Randall would divorce, then remarry. The second marriage between the two ended after Randall became involved in a notorious affair with actress Louise Brooks. Following their divorce, Randall went on to marry actress Barbara Bennett, mother of Morton Downey Jr. Stanley then married a Navy pilot named Charles Munn. That marriage also was short lived, ending in divorce only a short time later with allegations that he beat her.
  • 1937
    Age 22
    Also in 1937, she began working for Columbia Pictures, where she made two films starring alongside Charley Chase and Andy Clyde.
    More Details Hide Details Her first husband was actor, writer and director Dennis O'Keefe, whose career spanned more than thirty five years before he died at age 60. Their marriage was short lived, ending in divorce.
    In 1937 she was cast in the leading role, starring alongside Tex Ritter, in the western Riders of the Rockies, directed by Robert N. Bradbury.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1935
    Age 20
    In 1935 she signed a contract with Paramount, which was not renewed after the initial six months.
    More Details Hide Details She then began working for Warner Bros., and was from time to time "loaned out" for use in westerns.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1915
    Age 0
    Born on January 28, 1915.
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