Published work in U.S.A. for McFarland & Co. Inc. :
A History of Television’s The Virginian 1962-1971 (2006, 2009 Softcover edition)
Pete Duel : A Biography (2007, 2009 Large Print edition; Kindle edition)
Encyclopedia of Weird Westerns (2009)
Jennifer Jones : Life and Films (2011)
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14 thoughts on “Clu Gulager at The Virginian 50th Anniversary Event”
Glad to see Clu. He was always my favorite. and a great actor.
It was great to see Jim again with so many cast members, including Clu! A real treat to see Jan Merlin show up for it as well. Jan has overcome a couple of major surgeries in the last couple of years, but appears to be in the peak of health now–at 87! It was a wonderful event!
Glad you enjoyed it.
Check out video post:
Thanks for sharing this Val. 🙂
Great to see Glu on board. Love the pictures. Fantastic video VAL!
Wonderful to see the pictures. Thanks for sharing.
Check out cast discussion videos:
Thanks for sharing Val.
Previous post ommitted part two and four
Randy looks like he enjoyed himself Val – in between catnaps. :))
Great to see Clu talking about Frank Price. It’s long overdue. Frank helped me tremendously with my Virginian book and continues to work with me on my current book. He is the main force (apart from the talented cast) responsible for the success of The Virginian.
I think I spotted my good friend Hoosh talking to a lady in front the building in the first video! Clu made a great contribution, I wish I could have been there (Hoosh is getting a signed photo of Clu for me) to see Clu as well as Doug’s daughters, Tane and Valerie and his widow, Diane. Diane Roter has shown Clu my “wanted” poster of him, so that combined with the book of messages from the Posse, will hopefully persuade him to come to Memphis next year, if the Virginian cast are invited again. Thanks, Val, for this great video, I hope to have some more of my footage from last year’s Memphis show and from this year’s up on Youtube in the near future. Paul, I think Randy is fine, he just is sometimes a liitle hestitant in his speech, from what I saw last year and this year.
I love randy’s songs