Bookworm Cowboy's Famous Graves
Bookworm Cowboy's Famous Graves...
People never get a chance to meet their heroes while they're still alive, but anyone can pay them tribute after they've passed by visiting their final resting places. Click on the photo or name to be taken to their find a grave page. If you like to see more, please check out the YouTube channel called Hollywood Graveyard by Arthur Dark or HollywoodGraveYard.com. Plus, Visiting Gravesites With Steve YouTube channel and History Hunters YouTube channel. KurtsHistoricSites.com - photographs and information about museums, historic sites, famous grave's, and attractions, including the Rosa Parks bus at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.
Ed Sullivan was the beloved entertainer of TV variety from 1948 to 1971, Ed Sullivan originally made his name as a newspaper sportswriter, radio broadcaster and theater columnist for the New York Daily News. I and my father loved to show. I remember Ed Sullivan would say, "We're going to have a really big shoe tonight." The show's ratings had plummeted and CBS canceled the program in March 1971.
Rocky Marciano was an American professional boxer who competed from 1947 to 1955, and held the world heavyweight title from 1952 to 1956. Rocky Marciano is laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Central; Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Frank Inn, born Elias Franklin Freeman, was an American animal trainer. He trained several animals for movies, including the dogs in the Benji series and the cat Orangey. He also trained the dog in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He kept the ashes of many of his beloved animals after they had died, and it was his wish to have these buried with him.
Dudley Moore was a gifted English actor, and comedian who had at least three distinct career phases that brought him great acclaim and success, actually started out as a musical prodigy as a child, comedian, composer and musician. Dudley Moore was born in Dagenham, Essex, England to working class parents.
Dennis Weaver in McCloud, aired on NBC from September 16, 1970, to April 17, 1977. The series starred Dennis Weaver, and for six of its seven years as part of the NBC Mystery Movie rotating wheel series that was produced for the network by Universal Television. Dennis Weaver was in the television western series “Gunsmoke,” as Chester Goode.
Other places on the topic of famous graves:
- Hollywood Graveyard by Arthur Dark YouTube channel or HollywoodGraveYard.com.
- Visiting Gravesites With Steve YouTube channel.
- History Hunters YouTube channel.
- KurtsHistoricSites.com - photographs and information about museums, historic sites, famous grave's and attractions, including the Rosa Parks bus at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.
- SEEING STARS is an in-depth guide to Hollywood and its celebrities. They have guide to Where The Stars Are Buried.