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81. Local Actor Gets Better With Time Local Actor Gets Better With Time November 30-December 6, 2007 Article profiling local actor Danny Cox, who has resided in Kansas City, Kansas, for the past 35 years. During his career, Cox has appeared in many local and national stage productions and recorded music...

82. Local Resident Pursues Hollywood Dream Local Resident Pursues Hollywood Dream February 29-March 6, 2008 Article profiles actress Donna Hoskins, a former resident of Kansas City who has appeared in several Hollywood films under her stage name, Blaise Brooks. Hoskins is a gradute of Franklin Elementary, Ashland...

83. Lunacy, Luck & Life in the Big Apple: Saga of a Kansas City Boy Lunacy, Luck & Life in the Big Apple: Saga of a Kansas City Boy December//1975 Photos and biographical article about Tuck Mulligan, a "26-year-old native Kansas Citian" theater actor in New York City "weaned on Kansas City's dinner theatre circuit."

84. Main Street Theater Main Street Theater Postcard of Main Street Theater

85. Makers of Kansas City Theatre: Talents on Their Own Turf Makers of Kansas City Theatre: Talents on Their Own Turf Winter-Spring//2001 Photos, other portraits, and article about the history of live-action theaters (back to the Civil War) in Kansas City and their managers. Numerous details and scholarly notes and references.

86. Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride 1949 Actors Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride (Ma and Pa Kettle) with unidentified men at the opening of the Jones Store located on the northwest corner of 31st and Troost.

87. Mark Edelman: A National Success Story Mark Edelman: A National Success Story Fall//1998 Biographical article about Mark Edelman, president of the Theater League, a live theater group in Kansas City since about 1977. Photos and description of his career in Kansas City and other major cities,...

88. May We Present Mrs. Marvin Gates May We Present Mrs. Marvin Gates April/5/1935 Photo and biographical article about Mrs. Marvin Gates, or Medill Gates, a Kansas City actress starting in the early 20th century as one of the original members of the Comedy Club (called the Kansas City...

89. Maytag Men Offer Their Own Spin Maytag Men Offer Their Own Spin April 30, 2003 Comments from Gordon Jump and Mark Devine, both from Kansas who portray the "Maytag Men" of television advertising. There were in Overland Park, Kansas, for the opening of the company's new store.

90. Metro Area News: Jackson County's Lincoln to Step Down This Year Metro Area News: Jackson County's Lincoln to Step Down This Year February/14/1971 Photo and biographical article about Gerald Maupin, "a rural Jackson County resident" retiring at the age of 65 as an impersonator of Abraham Lincoln, formerly "appear[ing] in the White House, at the Smithsonian...

91. Midland Theater Profile Midland Theater Profile 1999

92. Midwest Winners Midwest Winners March 5, 2006 Article contains Academy Award nominees who had Kansas and Missouri ties. Includes their picture, category, birthplace, total Oscar nominations and wins. Names include: Robert Altman, Burt Bacharach, Tom...

93. Midwestern Outlook Shapes Film Success for Trio with KC Roots Midwestern Outlook Shapes Film Success for Trio with KC Roots November 7, 2008 Article profiles three Kansas City natives who have gone on to have careers in the motion picture industry: Darren Lynn Bausman (director), Eric Darnell (director, animator), and Paul Rudd (actor). The...

94. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of John Starr, "a radio announcer in Kansas City." Born in Arkansas in 1904 and raised in Kansas before coming to Kansas City as a theater actor "featured in the 'Big Brother' broadcasts...

95. Missouri Heritage Missouri Heritage April/19/1969 File containing a biographical article about Solomon Smith, or Sol Smith (1801-1869), a New York native and Saint Louis actor with a "major role in the development of the theater in St. Louis in the first...

96. Missouri Repertory Theater Missouri Repertory Theater Material pertaining to the Missouri Repertory Theater, a professional theater in residence at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. The theater was founded as the "Summer Repertory Theater," and became...

97. Mo Rep To Take Stage Under a New Name in September Mo Rep To Take Stage Under a New Name in September May 9, 2004 The Board of Trustees of the Missouri Repertory Theatre has voted to change the name of the 40-year old theater group. When the 2004-2005 season gets under way in September, it will be called the Kansas...

98. Movie Scene Movie Scene ca1934 Believed to be a scene from the movie "King Kelly of the U.S.A.", 1934. Actors not identified but one may be Ferdinand Gottschalk who was King Maxmilian of Belgardia in the film. Joe Sanders and Bernie...

99. Movin' on Up: Who Left KC and Made It? Movin' on Up: Who Left KC and Made It? Summer//1996 Photos and biographical description of Paul Rudd, a 27-year-old actor growing up in Kansas City (graduating from Shawnee Mission West High School) and appearing in the "Sisters" television show and the...

100. Mrs. George Borgeson Mrs. George Borgeson February/20/1970 Photo and obituary for Lenore Anthony Borgeson, or Lenor Borgeson, wife of George Borgeson (no age, birth or death date given), a drama instructor and theater organizer at the former Horner Institute of...