- Sex appeal
- Well-Regarded in Private Life
- Comedic Ability
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- Dancing Ability (If applicable)
- Risk-taker or Innovator
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- charles franklin
After having enjoyed Dick Lane on KTLA and various Boston Blackie and other roles for years I was surprised and pleased to see him playing the "bad guy" who actually jumped over the race track rail (Santa Anita or Hollywood Park) to avoid escape opposite Melvyn Douglas and Joan Blondell in "Amazing Mr. Williams" (1939). I was also very disappointed to NOT find his name in the credits or on IMDB and TCM filmographies for this film and so decided to bring this omission to your attention to hopefully correct a significant addition to his career. Thank you Charles
Richard "Dick" Lanes final career
- Ron Castilla
Good 'ole Dick Lane hosted the old wrestling from the Olympic auditorium in Los Angeles in the early sixties. With wrestlers like Freddie Blassie, Bobo Brazil, and Mil Mascaras you could always hear him shout "Whoa Nellie!" from the sidelines as one of them made a good move....good childhood memories!