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92-25 Actor Tony (Dave) Roberts views memorabilia and photographs which feature his teenage years in Ocean Beach in exhibition 'Celebrities on the Beach,' 1991. Photo by Joyce Raimondo. Photo of man [Tony (Dave) Roberts] in black t-shirt and white shorts looking at photos on exhibition; verso captured OCB_000482

1/1/91, 12:00 AM

Actor Tony Roberts Headshot. David Anthony "Tony" Roberts (born October 22, 1939) is an American actor. He is known for his roles in six Woody Allen movies—most notably Annie Hall—often playing Allen's best friend. Headshot of man [Tony (Dave) Roberts] in patterned sweater; verso captured OCB_000489

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

 Artist Jose de Creeft and Jules Campos, The Pines, ca.1945. Courtesy of Jules and eva Campos. 92-23

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Author Joseph Heller, Ocean Beach, July 1970 92-22

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Captain Blood - Movie still of Errol Flynn and Olivia deHavilland Captain Blood is a 1935 American black-and-white swashbuckling pirate film from First National Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, produced by Harry Joe Brown and Gordon Hollingshead (with Hal B. Wallis as executive producer), directed by Michael Curtiz, that stars Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, and Ross Alexander.

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Captain Blood Errol Flynn and Olivia deHavilland Movie promo flyer/poster Captain Blood is a 1935 American black-and-white swashbuckling pirate film from First National Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, produced by Harry Joe Brown and Gordon Hollingshead (with Hal B. Wallis as executive producer), directed by Michael Curtiz, that stars Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, and Ross Alexander.

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Jack Gilford, headshot Jack Gilford (born Jacob Aaron Gellman; July 25, 1908 – June 4, 1990) was an American Broadway, film, and television actor. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Save the Tiger (1973). Blacklisted during McCarthy period. Photo from Madeline Lee Gilford, 380 West 12th Street, #6G, New York, NY 10014

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Jimmy Durante, actor (1920-1972). Comedian, Jimmy Durante was a frequent guest of Fanny Brice during the 1930's. Ocean Beach resident Ken Patterson recalls Durante treating him and other Ocean Beach children to ice cream in John & Ann's ice cream parlor (present day site of the Alligator). Photograph courtesy of the New York Public Library. 92-13

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

 Wall Tag: Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins, Palm Beach, 1970s Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins owned and operated Golide's restaurant (present day site of Island Mermaid) from 1951 through the early seventies where celebrities contributed their talents at a piano sing-a-long. Ethel Merman and Art Carney among others were close friends and guests of Goldie. Ocean Beachers recall that "...everybody sang around the piano and danced, it was a very communal feelings..." Accoring to Goldie, "the piano playing, good chef and little competition made the place a success." Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins was a night club pianist. After the success of his Ocean Beach restaurant he opening Goldie's in Manhattan. Goldie presently lives in Palm Beach, Florida where he is a "high society" pianist. Goldie has been described as "...attractive man, full of energy...an excellent piano player." Photograph courtesy of Jo Kearney. Obit - March 18, 2000, The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 159

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Newspaper Clipping: "Star of Tomorrow," Susan Strasberg, The Fire Islander, July 22, 1955 The young lady in this picture is Susan Strasberg, the seventeen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Strasberg of Surf Road. who will make her Broadway debut in "Diary of Anne Frank" this fall. Her companion is Don Cowlbeck, a reporter who appears to be enjoying his work." Photo by Dana Wallace. Susan Strasberg (1938-1990) was nominated for a Tony for her role in Diary of Anne Frank.

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

 Actor Chevi Colton headshot. Headshot of Chevi Colton; verso stamped "AT&A Arlene Thornton and associates inc. talent agency" "92-26"

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Jeep, c.1930s, pulling wagon with the driver and a man in the back smiling at the camera. Image of a car pulling a wagon cart, person sitting in the car smiling at camera

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

 Rosemary James, 15 Pulaski St., Apt.#2, Norwalk, Ct. 06851 taken 8-14-83 

1/1/83, 12:00 AM

 92-25 Actor Tony (Dave) Roberts views memorabilia and photographs which feature his teenage years in Ocean Beach in exhibition 'Celebrities on the Beach,' 1991. Photo by Joyce Raimondo

1/1/91, 12:00 AM

Rosemary James, 15 Pulaski St., Apt.#2, Norwalk, Ct. 06851 taken 8-14-83 

1/1/83, 12:00 AM

Wall tag for headshot photo: "Actor Tony Roberts son of Kenneth and Norma Roberts, spent his summers growing up in Ocean Beach. As a teen in Ocean Beach, Roberts was a counselor and sailing instructor in the Ocean Beach Youth Group and directed and starred in its teenage shows. He worked as a bus boy and clam digger for Maguire's and was in the charge of the frozen custard at Kline's. Roberts currently visits his parents on Bungalow Walk. Tony Roberts has starred in movies and plays with Woody Allen such as 'Don't Drink the Water' and 'Play it Again Sam.'

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Wall Tag: Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins, Palm Beach, 1970s Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins owned and operated Golide's restaurant (present day site of Island Mermaid) from 1951 through the early seventies where celebrities contributed their talents at a piano sing-a-long. Ethel Merman and Art Carney among others were close friends and guests of Goldie. Ocean Beachers recall that "...everybody sang around the piano and danced, it was a very communal feelings..." Accoring to Goldie, "the piano playing, good chef and little competition made the place a success." Lewis "Goldie" Hawkins was a night club pianist. After the success of his Ocean Beach restaurant he opening Goldie's in Manhattan. Goldie presently lives in Palm Beach, Florida where he is a "high society" pianist. Goldie has been described as "...attractive man, full of energy...an excellent piano player." Photograph courtesy of Jo Kearney.

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

Captain Blood is a 1935 American black-and-white swashbuckling pirate film from First National Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, produced by Harry Joe Brown and Gordon Hollingshead (with Hal B. Wallis as executive producer), directed by Michael Curtiz, that stars Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, and Ross Alexander.

3/20/20, 3:12 PM

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