In 1968, he co-starred in yet another pilot starring Pamela Austin
as the title character in "Perils of Pauline". This time Pauline serves as a reporter in the 1920s criss-crossing the United States in search of news, aided by her handsome photographer (Bruce Hyde
) and Storch played her evil nemesis.
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I'll never forget what Edward Everett Horton
said to me: "Promise me, Larry, you will never grow old". I've tried my best to use that advice.
Larry Storch's Hollywood Hills residence was located in Nichols Canyon. Larry would stand on his back deck and practice blowing his horns. Entertainer & tenor John Castello built a hill-top enclave at the top of Nichols Canyon on Solar Drive. Entertaining guests for dinner, the sounds of a sax and a trumpet would break the night silence of the hill-top wind! Guests would query "Who's playing the ...