Lists by road-traveled
If the name seemed feminine, it's included.
Not on IMDb:
1)The Pacific Crest Trail: A Ride to Remember. Oregon Public Broadcasting DVD. 2010. A Washington couple with a ranch ride the entire length of the Pacific Crest Trail in 1 year, documenting their horseback ride.
3). Wild Asia: The Arid Heart. Follows the Takhi, Prizewalski's horses through the seasons. Director: Alison Ballance. Filmed in Mongolia, India and Nepal.
Not found on IMDb:
Tap Dance History DVD, with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Will Mahoney, Rubberneck Holmes, Juanita Pitts, many more.
http://www.amazon.com/TAP-DANCE-HISTORY-Vaudeville-Film/dp/B004JBEE4E/ref=cm_wl_huc_item. -9-. 5/14
Not found on IMDb: Tree Safari: A sculptural journey. Searching for woods in Africa for sculptures. http://www.amazon.com/Tree-Safari-Sculptural-Todd-Jarrell/dp/B00115Q6MO/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1407375172&sr=1-1&keywords=tree+safari+a+sculptural+journey
Singers, dancers, authors, musicians, songwriters...
Children Will Listen, available on Amazon:
About 140 students in 7 Washington DC public schools who put on a production of Into the Woods, as part of Sondheim retrospective. The students work on all aspects of production. Highly recommended.
link = lead actress, first credit.
L = top credit, before Mitchum.
GR= Roland is first credited.
TV episodes and series not included.
Maybe another list of Gilbert Roland's TV series. At 143 acting credits, Roland has worked with well over 100 actresses.
work in progress.
link = leading lady
L = #1 credit
Link- lead actress.
Lead- first credit actress.
PD: Paul Douglas first credit.
link = top billed actress.
Lead = first billed actress.
ID=Irenne Dunne, first credit.
Librarian, ranch manager, farm manager, missionary, nurse, concert pianist, saloon owner, leader of outlaw gang, cattle rancher, beauty shop owner, corporate ladder climber, evangelist, sheriff, waitress, Broadway singing star, owner of horse stables, show horse rider, medical doctor, rural teacher, reporter, detective, sharpshooter, fashion model, Vaudeville actress, Madame, carnival owner, advise columnist, Orphanage manager, nightclub entertainer, dance hostess, professional party girl, gambling den owner, plantation owner, more.
Goldie- with Hoot Gibson,
Johnny -with Andy Clyde,
Knight- with Rod Cammeron,
Little Blackie- with Kim Darby,
Mike- with George O'Brien,
Outlaw- with Joel Mcrea,
Dollar - with John Wayne,
Apache- with Bob Baker
Baron- Tom Tyler
Brownie- Bob Steele
Calico - Gabby Hayes
Cisco - Kevin Costner
Cyclone - Red Barry
Topper - Hopalong Cassidy
Many thanks to a thread on the Classic message boards.
"A Mama for Owen", on DVD. A picture book on DVD. Marion Bauer, author. 2008. Nutmeg Media. The story of a turtle and a hippopotamus, orphaned by the 2004 tsunami, finding each other and becoming best friends.
1) Caution: Show Dogs. A dogumentary by Leslye Abbey and David Patrick. 4 breeds highlighted: Chinese Crested, Australian Shepard, Lhasa Apso, Afghan. 2010. Available on Amazon.
2) The Year of the Working Sheep Dog. Narrated by Christopher Timothy. Border Collies.
Rescue dogs, working dogs, service dogs, sled dogs.
First actress credit listed.
Locations of filming.
The Marshall of Gunsight Pass (1950) to Strange Empire (2014);
Lash of the West to Zorro and Son.
First credited actress.
The Lone Ranger (1949) to Killer Women (2014).
26 Men to Longmire.
1--Orangutan Diaries, 2 discs, BBC:
2---Fabulous Animals, Myths and Legends.
3---Nature: San Diego Zoo,
4--Waddlers & Paddlers
5--Hooked on Hummingbirds,
6--Crane Song,http://www.amazon.com/Crane- 7
7--Green: Orangutans and deforestation. 8
8--Merlin Tuttle:Guardian Angel of Bats. Heroes of Nature series.
10. Kid Guides: Zoos.
Wildlife as pets, then dumped when no longer wanted. Some make a successful transition to being free again -the Pythons in Florida. Parrots in cities in America.
many thanks to these lists.
Actresses and credits
TV, F (feature), short
Credits noted: TV, F -feature, S- series
Over 170 TV western actresses in over 170 TV westerns.
Including western credits, TV and F (for feature), S=series
Over 170 TV western actresses in over 170 TV western series.
Both lists, #1 and #2.
Credits listed: TV, F -feature. S for number of series.
-Movies, documentaries, live concerts.
-1. Amazing Grace: The Story of a Song That Makes a Difference, with Bill Moyers. Johnny Cash, Judy Collins, Jessye Norman. 1990. 2/14
-2. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Led Zeppelin, Director-Steve Gammond 2008. Saw 10/12.
-3. Down The Tracks. The Music That Influenced Bob Dylan. 2008. Saw 12/12.
-4. The American Folk-Blues Festival, British Tours 63-66. 3/13 saw.
-5. Last Days of Fillmore, 1971. saw 4/13.
-- Criterion list: Paul Robeson, Monterey Pop, Gimme Shelter, Louie Bluie, Jimi Plays Monterey.
CB, Charles Boyer lead.
Barbara Stanwyck was the lead actor in most of her movies. Movies noted where she is not the first credited.
limited to films I like
Traveling, driving, touring, journeys, road trip.
A few set in the time before the American States -Cabeza de Vaca, 1528.
Native American south, Cherokee Nation.
Sculptures of the Louvre, 2006. Each piece is put into it's historical context. Fascinating. View on Amazon:
James Gladstone wrote a book about Greg Bautzer: The Man Who Seduced Hollywood. Greg Bautzer, Tinseltown's most powerful lawyer.
This is a list of a few of the Hollywood classic era actresses that Bautzer knew and dated.
Howard Hughes was able to contact Bautzer no matter where Bautzer was.
Much more interesting reading in the book. Another perspective on the Classic Era.
States are in this order:
Birds of Oregon, from Oregon Public Broadcasting, 2006. Oregon birds in their habitat, with further information on declining bird species.
Special features: 1) Ocean birds on rocks. 2)Jim and raptors of eastern Oregon. Jim has been a fan of raptors since 1952. 3)Raptor rescue and recovery. A wildlife center had 170 species of animals it treated in one year. -all these about 13 minutes each.
Iran, Jamaica, Italy, Japan, England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Philippines, Australia, Denmark, Canada, Brazil, Finland, USA, Czech Republic, Peru, Germany, Thailand.