TV commercial for Amana appliances in the 1970s
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[about making West of the Pecos
(1945)] I told the director, Edward Killy
, about casting a smaller role in the film for Bill Williams
[her future husband]. Killy was sort of a stocky man, and had a cigar. He was a short man, and that cigar was about as big as he was . . . He smoked all the time! But he said, "Sure, Barb, I'll get Bill Williams up here in Lone Pine". He knew I had a crush on Bill....
According to official voter registration records on file at the office of the Los Angeles County Clerk-Recorder, Ms. Hale lists her date of birth as April 18, 1922.