Carol Lynley (1942 – 2019)

Carol Lynley and Gardner McKay in “The Pleasure Seekers” 1964 Carol Lynley, actress in cult classic ‘The Poseidon Adventure,’ dies at 77 By Matt Schudel The Washington Post | September 6, 2019 Carol Lynley, who appeared on Broadway in her early teens, then became a film actress whose best-known role was as a ditsy, shrieking…

Gardner McKay 1932 – 2001

Gardner McKay (born 1932 New York New York; died 2001 Oahu, Hawaii); artist-turned-model-turned-actor-turned-writer; star of I Sailed To Tahiti With An All Girl Crew (1968) – his final acting credit — “My life is defined by what I’ve quit.”

A Toast To Tiffin

An interview with Pamela Tiffin by syndicated columnist John Springer, circa 1966 (published online by A Toast To Tiffin): If someone in England asks you to tiffin, they are asking you to high tea. In America, however, Tiffin is a person – and a very personable person too. Born in Oklahoma, Pamela started modeling at…

Pleasure seekers at dinner

The Pleasure Seekers (Twentieth Century Fox, released 25 December 1964) produced by David Weisbart, screenplay by Edith Sommer, novel by John H. Secondari, directed by Jean Negulesco. Starring Ann-Margret, Carol Lynley, Pamela Tiffin, Tony Franciosa, André Lawrence, Gardner McKay, Brian Keith, Gene Tierney. “…interweaves the lives of the three girls who share the same Madrid…

The Pleasure Seekers (1964) drama

Maggie (Carol Lynley) is in love with the husband of Jane (Gene Tierney). This was the final film role of Gene Tierney (1920 – 91). The following year, Carol Lynley starred in Otto Preminger’s film Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965).