Roger Moore replaced Sean Connery as James Bond in 1973, and won a Monte Carlo TV Festival Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004. His other major works include Ivanhoe (1958-1959), Maverick (1961), and The Saint (1961-1969), where he played Simon Templar.
Land of the Lost was a radio fantasy adventure, written and narrated by Isabel Manning Hewson. It was broadcast Saturday mornings at 11:30 am on the ABC Blue network until September 22, 1945. In 1944, it also was on ABC Tuesdays at 7:00pm from July 4 until October 3. On October 14, 1945, the series moved to Mutual, where it was heard until July 6, 1946 (Sundays at 3:30 until mid- January and then Saturdays at 11:30am). Sponsored by Bosco, Land of the Lost aired on ABC from October 11, 1947 until the end of the run on July 3, 1948.
Isabel Manning Hewson was a native of Baltimore. MD.
Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson (November 13, 1850 – December 3, 1894)
Scottish born author Robert Louis Stevenson wrote the classic adventure novel Treasure Island, and the psychological thriller The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. He was a late reader, starting at about age seven or eight, but he wrote incessantly as a child, even to the discouragement of his father. He agreed to study law at Edinburgh University to appease his father, but he continued to pursue a literary career during his young adulthood.
Kidder played Lois Lane alongside Christopher Reeve in Superman (1978). Her other credits include The Amityville Horror (1979) and Black Christmas (1974). She participated in various plays while attending boarding school.