but then, that’s part of the whole appeal of owning a genuine original piece of movie history! (Generally we wouldn’t offer a poster in this condition unless it was exceptionally rare.) GUIDE TO CONSERVATION FRAMING Having invested in your precious poster(s) it is very important indeed to make sure you use a framer who is experienced in handling delicate and valuable artworks. Many general high street framers simply don’t understand the specific requirements for conserving your poster safely for years to come.I’ve seen a lot of damage done by inexperienced framers over the years.
(Hayes was usually singing and playing guitar or banjo; drumming was not his forte.) I have some small doubts that it is indeed Hodes at the piano, for the accompaniment lacks any of his trademarks.
Did Squirrel Ashcraft take over the piano chair and begin this song, reminding everyone of how memorable this ancient ballad was?
Gates wrote that she dated and lived with Hudson for several months before his surprise marriage proposal, and married Hudson out of love to prevent an exposé of Hudson’s controversial homosexual issues.
In April 1958, Phyllis Gates filed for divorce after three years of living together, citing mental cruelty.
Rock Hudson died in his sleep from AIDS-related complications on October 2, 1985, at his home in Beverly Hills.
Before his death, he requested that no funeral be held, and his body was cremated several hours after his death. 1) John Corbett John Corbett born John Joseph Corbett, Jr., age 52, best known for his role as Chris Stevens on television series Northern Exposure from 1990 to 1995 and as Aidan, on Sex and the City series, as Carrie Bradshaw’s boyfriend, and recurrence of this role for the series movie Sex and the City 2 sequel.
The video that follows is visually unrewarding, but aurally I hope it will make up for the eight minutes of blackness.
What follows is both rare and odd: a performance of a forgotten sentimental 1920 pop song by Fred Fisher — Most of us know Fisher as the composer of DARDANELLA, PEG O’MY HEART, CHICAGO, and a few others, but this maudlin ballad (Mother is in Heaven, admiring the fine job Daddy has done of taking her place and raising the singer) must have stuck in someone’s mind, for at an informal session at Bill Priestley’s house on August 29, 1959 (recorded by John Steiner) this song emerged — in two versions — performed by an unusual collection of musicians: Lee Wiley, vocal; Frank Chace, clarinet; Art Hodes, piano; an uncredited Bud Wilson, trombone; Clancy Hayes, drums.
Damage which can be very expensive to put right (if it’s possible to fix at all) and should never have happened.
So here are a few questions you should ask your framer before going ahead: 1.
He is the founder of the Denver Actors Fund, a nonprofit that raises money for local artists in medical need.