MORE RECENTLY UNEARTHED BITS AND PIECES ABOUT CROTON NOTABLES....KATHLEEN BELLER, PETER STRAUSS, AND LENORE ULRIC. CLICK ON THE PHOTOS and enjoy.
First up, THE BRONX ZOO, a short lived Ed Asner/Kathleen Bellner television show about an impoverished urban school (Benjamin Harrison). The show lasted two seasons before cancellation.
Next up, Croton's Peter Strauss in the 1985 TV mini-series KANE & ABEL, also starring Sam Neill and Veronica Hamel.
Based on the 1979 novel by British author Jeffrey Archer.
Released in the United Kingdom in 1979 and in the United States in February 1980, the book was an international success.Kane & Abel is among the top 100 list of best-selling books in the world...Read more about the mini-series here
And from Theatre Magazine 1922, more about Croton's Lenore Ulric, straight from her success in David Belasco's Kiki
The photo biography page reads: Miss Ulric was born at New Ulm, Minnesota of non-professional parents. She was educated in Milwaukee public schools ad went to the stage via a small stock company playing in her town.
In 1915, she made her debut in THE MARK OF THE BEAST. Discovered by David Belasco, who then cast her in THE HEART OF WETONA.
She has played a variety of colorful roles, the most being the Parisian coquette Kiki.
AND SEE SOME 1923 HOME MOVIE MOVIES OF ULRIC AND COMPANY AT CHRISTMAS (AND MORE) HERE.
For the last edition of MORE RECENTLY UNEARTHED BITS & PIECES ITEMS ABOUT CROTON NOTABLES (KATHLEEN BELLER AND JACKIE GLEASON), visit http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2018/06/more-recently-unearthed-bits-and-pieces_3.html