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Richard Anderson- Idealistic and Tenacious Pursuit of Life

By Nick Thomas

Richard Anderson appeared in over 200 films and TV shows throughout his career. But it’s not just his well-known role as security chief, Oscar Goldman in “The Six Million Dollar Man” that elicits fan questions on the classic film/television convention circuit.

“They always ask about “Curse of the Faceless Man” which we made in 1958 and was my first lead film role,” said Anderson from Los Angeles. “It was a low-budget remake of “The Mummy” two decades earlier, featuring a stone monster rather than one wrapped in bandages. I really just learned my lines and tried not to bump into the furniture.” >>Read full article


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By Marilee Stefenhagen

I tracked Gary Myers down at one of his music gigs in Monterey Park, where the dance floor was filled with smiling, twirling couples. During a break, he shared a slice of his personal history. >> Read full article