Eric Stephens

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I don't remember the year but we bought a 1966 Pontiac Bonneville Station Wagon as the first of several station wagons.  Ours was painted yellow and it must have been when the Beetles were popular because we would drive down the road with the kids singing "we all live in a yellow submarine".....hahaha

I don't remember the year but we bought a 1966 Pontiac Bonneville Station Wagon as the first of several station wagons. Ours was painted yellow and it must have been when the Beetles were popular because we would drive down the road with the kids singing

Buick Century, Station Wagon, Cool Cars, Hot Rods, Vehicles, Cars, Car, Vehicle

300TD

300TD

1950 Super 8 wagon, Packard

1950 Super 8 wagon, Packard

Actor, Producer, Activist PFC Mike Farrell US Marine Corps (Served 1957-1959) Short Bio: Mike is best known for playing Captain B.J. Hunnicutt in the ever popular series M*A*S*H. His eight years with the memorable show allowed the opportunity to both write and direct several episodes, earning him nominations for Director's Guild and Emmy Awards.

Actor, Producer, Activist PFC Mike Farrell US Marine Corps (Served 1957-1959) Short Bio: Mike is best known for playing Captain B.J. Hunnicutt in the ever popular series M*A*S*H. His eight years with the memorable show allowed the opportunity to both write and direct several episodes, earning him nominations for Director's Guild and Emmy Awards.

Proposed Tyrone Power postage stamp by Cheryl Lynn: see Facebook for details.

Great distinction as a USMC pilot. Promoted to captain in the reserves on May Honors: American Campaign Medal the Asicatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with two bronze stars, and the WW II Victory Medal.

John Russell-actor-1942-Marines-received a battlefield Commission and was wounded and highly decorated for valor at Guadalcanal.

John Russell: In he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he received a battlefield commission and was wounded and highly decorated for valor at Guadalcanal

Actor 1stLt Bradford Dillman US Marine Corps (Served 1948-1953) Short Bio: Dark-haired, Ivy League-looking Bradford Dillman, whose white-collar career spanned nearly five decades, possessed charm and confident good looks that were slightly tainted by a bent smile, darting glance and edgy countenance that often provoked suspicion. Sure enough, the camera picked up on it and he played shady, highly suspect characters throughout most of his career.

"Actor Bradford Dillman US Marine Corps (Served my note: he is more proud of his Marine Corps service than of any acting role he ever performed.