Paul Revere & Reginald Owen, Two Celebritiy Graves in Boise, 7-12-16

Paul Revere & Reginald Owen, Two Celebritiy Graves in Boise, 7-12-16

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Reginald Owen:


Actor in 11 television series/shows and 133 films from 1911 to 1971 including ‘Of Human Bondage’, ‘Anna Karenina’, ‘A Tale of Two Cities’, ‘The Great Ziegfeld’, ‘A Yank in the R.A.F.’, ‘Random Harvest’, ‘The Canterville Ghost’, ‘The Miniver Story’, ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’. He played Charles Dickens character, Scrooge, in the classic 1938 movie, ‘A Christmas Carol’. A heart attack took his life in 1972.

Paul Revere:

Paul Revere was born on January 7, 1938 in Harvard, Nebraska, USA as Paul Revere Dick. He was married to Eileen Elizabeth (Sydney) Mohrman, Sandra Sue Campbell and Sharon Kennel. He died on October 4, 2014 in Garden Valley, Idaho, USA.

Note: There have been many other celebrities who have either made Idaho their home, or have been born here. Maureen O’Hara lived here in Boise for many years until her passing. She is buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. Also, George Kennedy was residing in Middleton upon his passing. Burial unknown.

3 thoughts on “Paul Revere & Reginald Owen, Two Celebritiy Graves in Boise, 7-12-16”

  1. It has been four years since Paul Revere's death. I wonder if he would find it somewhat fascinating that someone somewhere has 37 of his album covers framed and hanging on the walls their home along with all the picture sleeve 45 the Raiders released. That someone is me,. Howdy from Dallas Texas. I also wonder if Paul Revere was buried in his rock and r o l l y Raiders uniform. He was one of the greatest rock and roll band leaders that has ever lived. Log live the music o f Paul Revere and the Raiders 1960 – 2014, 54 years of rocking insanity!

  2. Yes, isn't it amazing how fast 50 years can just blow by !   I remember Paul Revere and the Raiders very well !   Remember the Flintstones Cartoon show ?  When Fred & Wilma were expecting the baby ,they had a contest to name the baby. The winners were some neighborhood friends of mine . They submitted their mothers name, a large lady named " Pebbles " .  The prize was a Shetland pony, which injured every kid in the neighborhood.  That was a very ornery / mean pony !  LOL.

  3. I'm an old movie buff, so I remember Reginald Owen. Thank you so much for yet another really interesting video Hun!

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