DEAN JONES IS 80 YEARS OLD TODAY

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Actor Dean Carroll Jones is best known for his light-hearted leading roles in several Walt Disney movies between 1965 and 1977. At the  beginning of his career, Jones appeared in minor film and television roles. He made his Broadway debut, along with Jane Fonda, in the 1960 play There was a little Girl. Later that same year Jones played Dave Manning in the Broadway comedy Under the Yum-Yum Tree, a role he repeated in the 1963 film version starring Jack Lemmon.

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4 Responses to “DEAN JONES IS 80 YEARS OLD TODAY”

  1. Chuck Mangino says:

    Hi
    my name is Chuck Mangino and i was talking to my mom in a senior citizens home in Russiville Ala. and she said she had a friend theirwho use to know you when you were young and you worked at her daddy’s sawmill. Her name is
    Mary Gene Edgil. My number is 931-393-3674
    Love the movies you acted in. Take care.
    Chuck
    Reply

  2. Trying to reach Dean Jones to find out about getting permission to do Saint John in Exile…
    I have been a missionary in China for 20 years and I am having it translated in Chinese… and hope to perform it in China as well as in US…. My purpose for doing it is I believe it will reach many people for Christ that wouldn’t be reached through other means.

  3. Carol says:

    If still interested send an e-mail stating St. James in Exile so I won’t discard.

    • Kenneth Cavett says:

      I am also interested in acquiring permission to do “Saint John in Exile” from Mr. Jones.

      My wife and I are both performing artists, living in NYC with our daughter. We are a part of the arts ministry & worship team for our church. I hope to present this play as a way to help our ministry reach out to the artistic community here in New York, as well as the surrounding areas. My belief is that this play’s strength in story telling and powerful character development will open the door, so to speak, for artists and other folk, to hear the message of Jesus in a context they can relate to. My desire as a Christian artist is that truth wins out in all areas of my life, and God willing, that’s what I hope to bring to this play.

      Thank you for your time, and I hope to hear from you at your earliest convenience.

      Sincerely,
      Ken Cavett

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