Coming Tomorrow: James Curtis’ L.A. Voices – Dick Lane, Part 5

Dick Lane

Photo: Dick Lane in “Boom Town.”


Coming up tomorrow: Part 5 of James Curtis’ interview with Dick Lane, who discusses Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, making “Wonder Man” with Danny Kaye and televising pro wrestling.

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One Response to Coming Tomorrow: James Curtis’ L.A. Voices – Dick Lane, Part 5

  1. Arriving to the City of Angels in ’63, about the only thing I knew about Dick Lane was that he was a odd, little man hawking various goods with the catch phrase, “Whoa Nelly!”. Had no idea what the phrase connected to or that he had a long career in film.
    Now, I recognize his face from films I’d seen. He has become a three dimensional performer with an intriguing history. Much appreciate the opportunity to see a bit more behind the curtain.

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