Iv always been interested in Robert Douglas Speddens life. I thought the book was very well done. It's sad that such a young boy died so tragicly. Does anybody know what happened to Polar the Titanic Bear?
"Sadly, the Titanic disaster was but a foreshadowing of deeper pain to come to the Speddens. Just three years after the sinking of the ship, nine-year-old Douglas was killed in a car accident near the family's summer camp in Maine. It was one of the first automobile accidents in the state. No one knows what happened to Polar the bear." (Emphasis added.)
But George WAS in the film! Remember when the first class dogs were being excercised on the deck? Well, look carefully, third dog on the left was George! I have to say though George that I hardly recognised you at first - it was only the closer shots of the bulging eyes and hanging jowls
that gave the game away.
By the way, Geoff, this morning I mentioned that Don and I would not blackmail each other, and that reminded me that you're two months behind in your payments. (I'm sure you wouldn't want these good people to find out about that questionable little incident involving the organ grinder, the Swiss cheese and the hyena....)
I notice on IMDB that you and Don have built up quite a catalogue of big screen appearances. Who is your agent?
However, having checked the people you play, then trawling through the passenger and crew lists I can't find anyone called "himself"!! The man who left dressed as a woman, perhaps?! The mystery deepens....
BTW did you slick back your hair for your appearances?? (that should get a good reply from Geoff!)
Hello All,George - You promised you would never refer to the Swiss cheese incident on a public forum George, I feel very let down! Frankly, how you can talk about anybody after that argument with the Customs Officer and the baguette is beyond me!
I mentioned your Titanic "appearance" to Don and he said that at least he felt able to attend future auditions with his head held high, whereas Behe could only lie on the carpet and let the producers tickle his tummy!
By the way - where's Cook in all this (pretty Irish colleen in boat 4)!
Geoff wrote: > By the way - where's Cook in all this (pretty Irish colleen in boat 4)! <
I's here, missa Geoff, I's here.
Actually, a major virus (or viruses) took down my computer and it had to be shut down and 'gutted' for a few days. However, I have returned. And, as the English bobbies have a way of saying, "What's all this then?"
By the way, George, IMDB (unless I miss my guess) refers to the "Internet Movie Data Base" - been there a few times myself.