May’s estate, called “Mandalay,” has been torn down, although there are still a fair number of Cliff May ranchos tucked up into Sullivan Canyon.
Interestingly, Ryon, who did note that the sale included two adjacent parcels, did not mention that the second parcel includes a 2,448 square foot guest house with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
In his book, , he opens up his heart to write about his life.
Obviously that just chaps Your Mama because it makes it so much more difficult for us to chase down information for the children.
Wagner was born February 10, 1930, in Detroit, Michigan.
Wagner had a support role, with Richard Widmark as the star.
WGNO News with a Twist features guy Wild Bill Wood found a way to do that in an elevator with Hollywood royalty Robert Wagner and Jill St. He's seen it all in Hollywood from the Golden Age to the ride of television.
She's out and about and on the elevator helping her husband promote his book. He shares the romances, the drama and what it was like when he was a kid growing up next to a California golf course where he'd see Fred Astaire and Cary Grant.
The studio then had him perform a similar function in another war movie, The Frogmen (1951), again with Widmark; the cast also included another young male under contract to the studio, Jeffrey Hunter with whom Wagner would often work.
Let's Make It Legal (1951) was a comedy where Wagner again supported an older star, in this case Claudette Colbert.