- Sex appeal
- Well-Regarded in Private Life
- Comedic Ability
- Singing Ability (If applicable)
- Dancing Ability (If applicable)
- Risk-taker or Innovator
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Daddy, I miss you so
- Janyce Reaves
I love going over this biography, but your information on his death is incorrect. Dad had flown to O'Hare airport in Chicago. He had flown there to film a Kraft commercial for television. He deplaned in a fierce snow storm and walked out of the airport and collapsed and died. Unfortunately the people that saw him took his luggage and wallet, watch and bracelet along with his Coast Guard Ring. The police found his return ticket and notified my sister Diane and my Mom, Frances. What a mix-up. Chicago police called L.A. Police and they went to the house, not knowing that they were informing a wife of the death of her husband. Kraft had called Fran concerned because Dad had not gotten into the car they had sent or checked into the hotel. The storm was so bad they figured he had gone to a closer hotel. So very tragic. Any way, he died in Chicago on February 22, 1972. Dad was a great actor and an accomplished musician. I am so very lucky to have some of the furniture he built, in my house. His grandchildren also have some of his furniture. His musical talents passed on to his Grandson James and his great grandaughter, Katherine. We miss him so, I would love to smell his pipe tobacco drifting thru my house. I will always love you Daddy, Janny
Walter Sande, A Lesser Known Character Actor
Walter Sande played a very small role as one of the defense attorneys for Montgomery Clift in A Place in the Sun. Sande is better known as an oafish, over-weight & unlucky fisherman who hires Hum- phrey Bogart & his boat in To Have & Have Not. In that film he has some remorable scenes with Bogart and Walter Brennan and, a large swordfish.