Max Baer, Jr.
Film and television actor, producer and director
Max Baer, Jr.
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Boxing Writer Jeffrey Sussman Delivers Another Knockout Read
Huffington Post - 2 months
Pound for pound, Jeffrey Sussman is the strongest boxing writer alive. Boxing has taken it on the chin of late. Few interesting fighters, few interesting fights. And worst of all, from a literary perspective, few interesting books on boxing. It's hard to imagine in a world of mixed martial arts and fantasy sports, but for the first half of the 20th century, boxing was the sport that captured the imagination of most Americans. With the exception of the Kentucky Derby and the World Series, only prize fights could capture the entire imagination of the American people. Boxing began its descent toward major TV spectacles all the way back in the 1950s, when TV promoted Friday night fights. You might think televising boxing would have increased interest, but paradoxically, the reverse was true. Club fighters no longer had the opportunity to hone their trade in obscurity, slowly rising through the ranks to become great within the "squared circle." Instead, they were rushed ...
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Jethro’s owner gets surprise call from original Jethro
Des Moines Register - almost 4 years
  Out of the blue, Jethro’s owner Bruce Gerleman received a phone call a few days ago. It was Jethro. Max Baer Jr., that is — the actor who played Jethro on “The Beverly Hillbillies,” the inspiration for the Des Moines-based BBQ chain. Gerleman said Baer, 75, had heard of his restaurants. Baer didn’t say, […]
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Paid Notice: Deaths BAER, FERNAND BEN JR
NYTimes - about 6 years
BAER--Fernand Ben Jr. ("Tony"). Born October 10, 1935, Tony Baer died at his home in New York City on Tuesday December 28, 2010. Raised in St. Paul Minnesota, he served in the U.S. Army and was national President of the Young Republicans under Dwight Eisenhower. After attending the University of Minnesota, he boarded a bus with eighteen dollars in
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Paid Notice: Deaths BAER, FERNAND BEN JR
NYTimes - about 6 years
BAER--Fernand Ben Jr. ("Tony"). Born October 10, 1935, Tony Baer died at his home in New York City on Tuesday December 28, 2010. Raised in St. Paul Minnesota, he served in the U.S. Army and was national President of the Young Republicans under Dwight Eisenhower. After attending the University of Minnesota, he boarded a bus with eighteen dollars in
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