Oh, Yes!

October 10th, 2017 9 Comments

Darleen (above) as the stewardess of my dreams.

A friend of Darleen’s sent a link (http://dustyvideobox.blogspot.com/search/label/The%20Horror%20at%2037000%20Feet%20%281973%29) to a British blog about a movie Darleen made back in 1973. The blog is very entertaining and has a lot of very enticing photographs of my beautiful wife. You tell by glancing at the photo above just why the blogger was so smitten by her.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s really sweet and so romantic to know you’re still so much in love with Darlene! I’m really happy for both of you. Wish I could find a guy like you! Oh well maybe someday. Love to you and Darleen and the rest of your family!! God bless all of you!!!

    Bonnie L Whitlatch

  2. Anonymous says:

    Never seen that movie, but I dig William Shatner’s ‘Grand Funk Railroad’ sideburns…

    1973? The year I was born. Does that make me feel old… yes. Yes it does.

    TD Bauer

  3. Anonymous says:

    The scene where she was locked in and it was freezing cold was freaky. I could see someone going bananas if that situation had really happened.
    Always an excellent actress and singer.

    Nancy Darlene

  4. Anonymous says:

    Congratulation on having such a beautiful wife. She’s a great actress.
    Best wishes

  5. Anonymous says:

    Pretty soon you’ll be like Mackie going on and on about Delta!!
    Just kidding. 🙂

  6. Anonymous says:

    JP, seeing Darleen in the screen capture makes me my all-time favorite episode of “Simon & Simon”, “Who Killed the Sixties?” Apart from your and Mackey’s excellent performances–no mean feat considering the two of you had to play yourselves as teenagers–that episode served as my introduction to the song “California Dreamin'” and also to Darleen. I adore her performance because she played her role so sympathetically. At the time, I had no idea that you two were married (or soon would be).

    The episode’s coda, spoken by you-as-AJ–is so sad but utterly true about not being the same people you were as youths. There’s also the touchng flashback which ends the episode, when young AJ tells Rick that he, AJ, will stay 17 forever; it never fails to move me, so please accept my thirty-three-years-after-the-fact appreciation for that episode.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful to see a Hollywood couple still together and in love! Tells me you’s are not “Hollywood” at all. I remember seeing your wife for the first time in an episode of “The Waltons.” I knew she had been in many other things but her performance was spot on as a pretty, spoiled young lady who uses poor John-Boy! Part of my eighties childhood was watching Simon & Simon. My mom let us girls watch it permitting nothing inappropriate was shown! It was great. Still enjoy it now! Thanks for the memories. God bless you, both.

    -Kelli Rodgers

  8. Anonymous says:

    Ah si notre monde pouvait être comme votre couple : intelligent, érudit et beau !!!!! Mais ça c’est une utopie. Restez comme vous êtes très longtemps !!!! 25 ans vous allez me répondre 😉 je vous le souhaite de tout mon cœur.

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