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Discover four gentlemen of stage, film, Old Time Radio, and classic American television: Ian Wolfe, Carl Laemmle Jr., Alan Napier, and David Manners.
Ian Wolfe, veteran character actor best-known for Wizards and Warriors (1983), experienced a career that spanned seventy-one years and an array of characters with varied dialects.
Carl Laemmle Jr. Universal Studios producer, Carl Laemmle Jr., son of Carl Laemmle, the studio’s founder, is best-known for Dracula (1930) with Bela Lugosi and Frankenstein (1931) and The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) with Boris Karloff.
Alan Napier, British stage and screen character actor, had over twenty-five years of experience on radio, stage, films, and television before becoming a household name as Alfred, the butler, on Batman (1966-1968).
David Manners, Canadian actor of stage and screen, is best-known as Harker in Dracula (1930). After only seven years in Hollywood, he left films to become a novelist.
402 pages. 230 photographs. Afterword by Carla Laemmle.
photos are exceptional – candids, portrait (some excellent character
shots), scene stills, and family photos. I absolutely loved the one
depicting Ian Wolfe and Nancy Kelly from the NBC radio series The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
(1933-34). In many ways this is an important document, especially
considering that Atkins’ subjects have all passed away. I cannot recall
when Wolfe, Laemmle Jr., Napier, and David Manners have been interviewed
in such depth and with such an attention to their personalities and
their every-day lives."
- Laura Wagner/Classic Images