Excerpt from an interview with actor William Smithers, who played Jeremy Wendell on the tv series Dallas. Full version available at dallasfanzine.
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Sixth Grade: James Edmund Allan, Alexander Charles Austin, William Benton Bowen, Kailey Brink, Gianna Noel D'Amato, Derek Eugene Esinhart, Ethan P. Fama, Chase Ryan Fristick, Sindhu Venkata Gadiraju, Evelyn Renee Gardner, Jeremiah Xiao Hager
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Dr. William Jekyll (Denis de Marne) is a brilliant scientist whose revolutionary theories on the nature of human evil have earned him derision from the more conservative corners of his profession. The devoted doctor has developed a serum that isolates and identifies the part of the brain that produces violent behavior, and is working on another chemical that will block all antisocial desires, effectively curing evil once and for all. Unfortunately, Jekyll gives the formula for this untested antidote to his assistant Smithers (Berwick Kaller), who clumsily ruins the paper and quietly recopies the instructions from memory. Believing that he possesses both working drugs, Jekyll uses himself as a live human guinea pig and quaffs the serum that will identify the evil lurking in his brain. Of course, something was left out when Smithers rewrote the formula for the antidote, which means that the crusading doctor is transformed into Mr. Blood, a sadistic, lustful creature with grey-green skin and ferocious eyebrows. He charges into the night to quench his thirst for cruelty, and meets April (Julia Stratton), a nightclub floozy who accepts the money Mr. Blood offers for the right to humiliate and abuse her. Murder, dismemberment, and wild S & M orgies also figure in this vicious libertine's search for satiation. Jekyll remembers nothing after recovering from his fits of violence, but his sister, fiance, and the students he teaches all notice that his behavior is becoming very strange. The doctor's evil alter ego begins surfacing uncontrollably and at random, threatening the safety and sanity of his loved ones, as well as Jekyll himself.
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Audio Mixer: Mike Denneen. Liner Note Author: Patty Larkin. Recording information: 2 A + B, Jamaica Plain, MA; Aviary Mobile Unit; Black Walnut Music, Milwaukee, WI; Blue Chalk Studios, Marine, St. Croix, MN; Cedar Creek, Austin, TX; Engine Room Studios, Milwaukee, WI; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; Front Stage Studio, Nashville, TN; McGrory's, Culdaff, Ireland; Minutia Records, Nashville, TN; Notably Fine Audio, Denver, CO; Playtime Music Studio, Somerville, MA; RNR Studios; Road Narrows Recordings (RNR) Studio, Wellfleet, MA; Sackamusic, Conway, MA; Studio 16, Ottumwa, IA; The Croft, Derry, UK; Wittman productions, Brooklyn, NY; Zerodieci Studio, Genova, Italy. Photographers: Crackerfarm; Mary Rozzi; Traci Goudie; Linda Hansen; Jana Leon; Michael Weintrob; Jeff Fasano; Ann Marsden; Kiarash Sadigh; Big Top Chautauqua; Beverly Parker; Megan Summers; Susan Wilson; Deborah Feingold; Franco Rosso; Dave Cowart; Claudia Valdez; Bob Hannah; Rosco Weber; Robyn Decina; Michael Prausa; Michael Cunningham; Joel Goldberg; Jeff Wasilko; Tony Baker. Many veteran artists have taken to re-recording some of their finest songs with new twists put on them. Veteran songwriter and guitarist Patty Larkin is the latest to join the procession. The 25 tracks on this set represent aspects of her writing and recording career thus far. As the subtitle suggests, these are all love songs, and include friends to to aid and abet her in the endeavor. The list is impressive: Martin Sexton, Rosanne Cash, Suzanne Vega, Bruce Cockburn, Jonatha Brooke, Jennifer Kimball, Lucy Kaplansky, Erin McKeown, Greg Brown, Beppe Gambetta, the Nields, Chris Smither, Dar Williams, Lucy Kaplansky, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, and more. The possible trap for a collection like this is that this new retrospective is already bound by nostalgia, as these tracks come from ten previous albums. It does transcend this because Larkin, despite not being particularly well-known for her love songs, writes exceptional
A Treatise of the Writ of Habeas Corpus
This comprehensive work discusses all aspects of the writ and its jurisdiction in English common law and United States federal and state courts. Includes an examination of issues of bail, foreign and interstate extradition, the return, pardon, custody, etc. and a thorough history of the writ that traces its history to the Roman Edict.
William's Texas Beans Recipe (baked beans, onions, green pepper, red pepper, breakfast sausage, chili powder, worcestershire sauce, vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, garlic powder, cayenne)
Party Mint Patties (butter, powdered sugar, food coloring, food coloring, corn syrup, peppermint extract, sugar)
Carrot Burgers (carrot, celery, cornflakes, eggs, hamburger bun, onions, black pepper, salt, sugar, vegetable oil)
Pistachio Rice Pudding (dried apricot, cardamom, heavy cream, lemon zest, milk, pistachios, rice, condensed milk, vanilla extract)
William Smithers - IMDb
Although character actor William (or Bill) Smithers is not recognizable perhaps by name, the face is definitely familiar especially to baby boomer TV fans.
William – Wikipedia
William on etupäässä englanninkielisissä maissa yleinen miehen etunimi, saksalaisperäisen Vilhelm-nimen vastine. Nimi on esiintynyt myös muutamalla Englannin ...
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Vernon Lewis (V.L.) Smithers (1890-1973) 1985 LTK (Leland T. Kintzele) Distinguished Service Award Presented Posthumously to Vernon Lewis (V.L.) Smithers
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