Cocker, Joe Award winning British singer Nick arrives at the bar to woo Diane, Loretta, and then Carla with violinist and dinner without success. Conner, Bruce Beat-era artist made groundbreaking avant-garde films Fossett, Steve Millionaire adventurer risked his life seeking to set records Hickel, Walter Former Interior secretary and Alaska governor Girardot, Annie One of France's most enduring and acclaimed modern actors Bendjedid, Chadli Former president of Algeria
Carr, Johnnie Prominent civil rights activist over the past half century Coe, George Veteran film and TV character actor Divorced, Sumner was engaged to Diane, whom he left to return to his ex-wife, Barbara, flying to Barbados on the flight Diane had booked for them both. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alan Alan Koss was a bar patron who appears recurringly through the show's entire run.
Milking Table — Episode: In "Death Takes a Holiday on Ice" , Eddie was killed by an ice resurfacer when he saved the life of another member of the ice show. Boggs, Thomas Hale Powerful Washington lobbyist and son of congressional royalty Aubrac, Raymond One of the last major figures of the French Resistance Entertainment Weekly calls it the top event of both the Republican and Democratic Conventions! Disney, Roy Walt Disney nephew who twice led shareholder revolts
Bishop, Joey Comedian was the Rat Pack's last surviving member Ellison, Lillian Professional wrestling's Fabulous Moolah Retrieved August 4, , at Google News Archive. Amendariz, Pedro Mexican character actor Crenchaw, Milton One of the last original Tuskegee Airmen instructors