I've interviewed Jane Russell three times. First, after a screening of "How To Marry A Millionaire" in Santa Monica.
The next time, Jane requested that I interview her at the American Cinematheque after a screening of her foray into 3-D in "The French Line".
Recently, I did an in depth interview with Jane at the Screen Actors Guild, which was recorded for posterity.
Academy Award Nominee Piper Laurie.
Ms. Laurie is working on her autobiography and was very touched when I gave her a copy of a rare T V appearance she made to promote "The Hustler", during a recent interview at Grauman's Egyptian Theater.
Jean Simmons, who co starred with Marlon Brando in "Guys and Dolls", is a genuine darling of a person and it was my pleasure to escort her to a banquet held in her honor in Hollywood.
Archiving film is a joy. It's also a passion. My personal film collection contains footage that goes back to 1894. I have reels that once were from the personal archives of Charles Chaplin, Stan Laurel, Spanky MacFarland, Charles Laughton and Billy Gilbert.