Sunday, February 28, 2016

When They were Young - guess who...

answers in order at the bottom


A young Yul Brynner: Yul Brynner

 Buddy Ebsen-Coast Guard-WW2 1941-46 (Actor): Buddy Ebsen

 Donald Jay Don Rickles

 Very young Lucille Ball: Lucy

 A very young Mae West: Mae West

 A young Dolly Parton: Dolly Parton

 Tom Hanks: Tom Hanks

 A young Patrick Stewart: Patrick Stewart

 Wow, a young William Shatner, 1952. Newton Photographic Associate.: William Shatner

 Fred Gwynne (July 10, 1926 - July 2, 1993). Born in New York, NY. Graduated from Harvard University. Served in US Navy during WW II. Actor best known for his roles in the television series Car 54, Where Are You? and The Munsters.: Fred Gwynne

 Sean Connery: Sean Connery

 Dwight Eisenhower was the only President to serve in the military in both World War I and World War II.: Dwight Eisenhower

 Marlon Brando attempted to join the Army but was rejected due to a football knee injury he got at Shattuck Military Academy. He later had knee surgery changing his draft status from 4-F to 1-A. Due to his attitude at the draft board during questioning he was rejected from the Korean War.: Marlon Brando

 Lucy & Desi - WW II: WWII Lucy and Desi

 Actor Sgt Glenn Ford US Marine Corps (Served 1942-1944) Short Bio: In WWII started, he put his career on hold and enlisted in the US Marines. In 1992, Ford was awarded the French Legion of Honor Medal for his service in France during the war aiding those fleeing from the Nazis. He also served in Vietnam as a member of the United States Naval Reserves retiring as a Captain.: Glenn Ford

 Dan Blocker-Army-Korea-Sergeant (Actor): Dan Blocker

 Lieutenant John F. Kennedy, USN, World War II. One of my favorite pictures of him.: Young Jack

 Charles Durning Actor and War Hero. Seriously wounded during WWII while serving in combat as an infantryman. Served in the invasion at Normany. Earned 3 Purple Hearts and a Silver Cross. After a Land mine serious injuries, refused a military discharge. Went to Battle Of The Bulge. Wounded again, spent time in military hospitals until 1946, well after the war ended. Durning is perhaps one of the bravest entertainers ever to serve in the U.S. Army. Star in over 100 films. (December 24th): Charles Durning

 Famous Marines: Gene Hackman

 Steve McQueen- U.S. Marine Corps.: Steve McQueen

 Johnny Cash during his time in the Air Force.: Johnny Cash

 Jack Benny-Navy-WW1-1917: Jack Benny

 Leonard Nimoy #startrek: Leonard Nimoy

 The Aurness brothers James Arness (Matt Dillon from Gunsmoke) & Peter Graves (Flicka, Mission Untouchable): Brothers James Arness and Peter Graves

 Young Clark Gable: Clark Gable

 Clint Eastwood: Clint Eastwood

 Frank Sinatra: Frank Sinatra

 Edward P. "Ed" McMahon Jr. (1923-2009). Capt., U.S. Marine Corps, 1943-45, 52-53, WW II & Korean War. Served as a Corsair fighter pilot instructor in WW II, then flew 85 artillery-spotting missions over Korea in a Cessna Bird Dog earning 6 Air Medals. He was later promoted to colonel in the reserves, and BrigGen in the Calif Nat'l Guard.: Ed McMahon

 Lee Marvin left school and joined the US Marine Corps as a sniper scout. He was wounded in action at the Battle of Saipan during WWII and was awarded the Purple Heart and discharged at the rank of Private First Class.: Lee Marvin

 Paul Newman-Navy-WW2-Radioman and gunner in torpedo bombers. Served aboard USS Bunker Hill during Battle of Okinawa 1945. (Actor): Paul Newman Edward G. Robinson-WW1-was too old for WW2 but gave money and traveled to entertain troops. (Actor): Edward G Robinson WW I

 A young Farrah Fawcett: Farrah Fawcett

 Jack Nicholson high school yearbook: Jack Nicholson

 Barbara Streisand: A very young Barbra Streisand: Barbara Streisand

 Jay Leno: Jay Leno

 Young Bruce Willis before he was famous yearbook picture: Bruce Willis

 Young Richard Gere yearbook picture: Richard Gere  

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