“Forgotten Hollywood”- Robert Wagner Tells His Side of Story!

Posted on December 13, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Robert Wagner is set to make a series of interview appearances in Florida this week as part of a three-day retrospective. Included in the discussion might be insight into the fateful night in which  Natalie Wood drowned.

   The longtime actor will visit Stuart, Florida for a three-day event. Stuart is the locale where the couple honeymooned back in 1957, and is a popular fishing community. The setting for the series is the Lyric Theater.

   Questions will be solicited in writing from audience members just before each program and will then be quietly vetted by Wagner’s publicists. He’s promised to answer any inquiries regarding the ongoing criminal investigation into the death of Natalie Wood. A surprise guest is also expected.                                                        ROBERT WAGNER

   Robert Wagner was a popular star at MGM during the 1950s, and his movie credits include What Price Glory, Broken Lance, Titanic, The Mountain, Prince Valiant, The Pink Panther, The Towering InfernoMidway, and the Austin Powers series of comedies. He’s best known for television roles on It Takes a Thief, and Hart to Hart.

   He recently subbed for Robert Osborne as a guest host on TCM, and was hired as a celebrity spokesperson promoting the idea of reverse mortgages for the Senior Lending Network.

   Wagner’s career was recognized in 2009 by the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters, when they presented him with their Art Gilmore Career Achievement Award.

   The ticket price to this potentially candid series is $50 per day.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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