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American Actor

Rex Reason

  • Nov 30, 1928 - Nov 19, 2015 (age 86)
  • 6' 2" (1.87 m)
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2015
Rex Reason
PersonalNovember 2015

Rex Reason

Rex Reason passed away.
1965
Shirley Hake
Marriage1965

Shirley Hake

Married Shirley Hake.
1962
General Electric True
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TV ShowSep 30, 1962

General Electric True

GE True (also known as …
GE True (also known as General Electric True) is a 33-episode American anthology series sponsored by General Electric. Telecast on CBS, the series presented stories previously published in True magazine. Articles from the magazine were adapted to television by Gene Roddenberry and other screenwriters.
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Sanita Pelkey
MarriageAugust 1962

Sanita Pelkey

Sanita Pelkey was born on November 20, 1935 in New …
Sanita Pelkey was born on November 20, 1935 in New York City, New York, USA as Sanita Elizabeth Pelkey. She was an actress, known for Missile to the Moon (1958), Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow (1959) and You Bet Your Life (1950). She was married to Rex Reason. She died on January 15, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
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1960
The Roaring 20's
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TV ShowOct 15, 1960

The Roaring 20's

The Roaring Twenties was an attempt by ABC to strike gold …
The Roaring Twenties was an attempt by ABC to strike gold a second time after the success of The Untouchables on the network. It featured a Prohibition Era setting and concerned the adventures of two newspaper reporters, Pat Garrison and Scott Norris, in ferreting out various kinds of corruption that existed during that period. Pat and Scott were aided by nightclub singer Pinky Pinkham, copy boy Chris Higbee, and various others. Rex Reason, who played Scott Norris, departed the series after its first season and was replaced by John Dehner as Jim "Duke" Williams. Dorothy Provine, who played Pinky Pinkham, was well-received by the critics for her singing and acting in this series but it was all for naught. The Roaring 20's aired in a suicidal timeslot on Saturday nights opposite Perry Mason on CBS and Bonanza on NBC. This less than desirable timeslot led to the show's cancellation after 45 filmed episodes and a year and a half on the air.
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Here's Hollywood
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TV ShowSep 26, 1960

Here's Hollywood

Here's Hollywood is an American celebrity interview program …
Here's Hollywood is an American celebrity interview program which aired on weekday afternoons on NBC at 4:30 Eastern time from September 26, 1960, to December 28, 1962.
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