Sammy LaBella: The Real Skip E. Lowe 

A lot of Angelenos can speak with some authority on Hollywood luminaries, if not with actual knowledge then certainly with distinct opinions. Take Skip E. Lowe. Mention Judy Garland, Steve ... See full summary »

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Romeo Carey

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Robbie Curtis

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Updated: 28 December 2017
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Olivia Hussey ... Herself (archive footage)
Julie Newmar ... Herself (archive footage)
Jeff Goldblum ... Himself (archive footage)
Geri Jewell ... Herself
Keith Carradine ... Himself (archive footage)
Stella Stevens ... Herself (archive footage)
Piper Laurie ... Herself (archive footage)
Susan Blakely ... Herself (archive footage)
David Carradine ... Himself (archive footage)
Michael Parks ... Himself (archive footage)
Barbara Hale ... Herself (archive footage)
Eartha Kitt ... Herself (archive footage)
Michael Dorn ... Himself (archive footage)
Tony Curtis ... Himself (archive footage)
Janet Leigh ... Herself (archive footage)
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A lot of Angelenos can speak with some authority on Hollywood luminaries, if not with actual knowledge then certainly with distinct opinions. Take Skip E. Lowe. Mention Judy Garland, Steve McQueen, or even Madonna, and Lowe will have a thing or three to say. But unlike most, the 71-year-old Lowe has had a ringside seat to Hollywood's happenings for more than six decades. He's been an entertainer since escaping a rough childhood, first as a child actor and later a vaudevillian, and for the past 23 years has hosted "Skip E. Lowe Looks at Hollywood," an oddly popular public-access talk show in which he interviews the famous, once famous and almost famous. Here is Lowe's take on James Dean: "Well, darling, he loved life. Men, women, the 42nd Street scene, the night life, the whores, the food, the movies. Everything!" On Montgomery Clift: "Tragic. Lonely. Sweet. Monty was in the closet, but when he got drunk he let himself out. Almost every night he'd get blasted and stagger around ... Written by CHARLES CASILLO

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