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Friday, June 3, 2011

Interview With Jim Beaver

Above, Jim Beaver.

Over at the George Reeves Forever website, actor/writer Jim Beaver (HBO's Deadwood) was recently interviewed by Susan Schnitzer (he is the widower of Cecily Adams, who was an actress and casting agent and, also, the daughter of Get Smart star Don Adams).

In the interview, Beaver discusses his life, career, his research (for a book) on Adventures of Superman star George Reeves and the death of Cecily. Kudos to Schnitzer for an interesting interview. It is an excellent read.

I was alerted to the interview by Superman/George Reeves historian Chuck Harter this afternoon (I would have eventually come across it myself, but I spent most of this morning/early afternoon resting after working the graveyard shift last night).

To read the interview, go here.

Above, following the Superman Week ceremony at the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration in July 2001 are, from left, Lou Koza, Jan Alan Henderson, Armand Vaquer, Stephanie Shayne Parkin, Chuck Harter, Betty Shayne, Jim Beaver and Jim Nolt. Photo courtesy of Lou Koza.

Additionally, Beaver mentions Harter's book on the timeline of the events leading up to the death of George Reeves in the interview. Current status: Harter is now in the process of re-formatting his manuscript (around 200 pages, so far) for presentation as well as adding more information and photographs.

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