“Forgotten Hollywood”- Passing Parade Claims a Bunch…

Posted on March 5, 2022 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

“`We have lost a number of actors, familiar by the roles they played, if not by name.

*** Tim Considine was a popular young actor best remembered for his role as the eldest son during the first few seasons of My Three Sons. He yearned to appear on the big screen and landed roles in Executive Suite, Sunrise at Campabello, The Shaggy Dog, and Patton. His father John W. Considine Jr. was an Oscar-nominated producer for the film, Boys Town. Tim Considine was eighty-one.

*** Johnny Brown was a jovial actor, best known for his recurring part on Good Times. He was also a regular on Laugh-In and he guest-starred on The Jeffersons, The Flip Wilson Show, Family Matters, and Martin. He had a small role in The Out-of-Towners. Prior to acting, he gained attention as a r&b singer. Johnny Brown was eighty-four.



*** Mitchell Ryan had a six-decade career, with noted performances on Dark Shadows  (as Burke Devlin) and on Dharma and Greg.  He also guest-starred on L. A. Law, The Golden Girls and on the soap opera Santa Barbara. His cinematic resume includes Thunder Road, Monte Walsh, High Plains DrifterThe Friends of Eddie CoyleElectra Glide in Blue, Magnum Force, Midway, Two Minute Warning, and notably, in Lethal Weapon. Mitchell Ryan was eighty-eight.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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