Monthly Archives: August 2013

James E. Brodhead: A Wolverine Makes Good on Stage and Screen

James Easton Brodhead (1932-2012) was a character actor who worked in various motion picture, television, and theatre productions. He graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech in 1954.  From 1950-1963, Brodhead appeared in numerous stage … Continue reading

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Please Pardon Our Progress

If you’ve been on the University of Wyoming campus recently, the Centennial Complex is a hive of activity that’s hard to miss.  Covered in scaffolding while the building receives a new roof, the construction project is well underway.  You can … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Shane!

August 1st marks the 60th anniversary of Paramount Pictures’ release of Shane, critically thought to be one of the best westerns ever made.  It starred Alan Ladd as the title character, as well as Van Heflin and Jean Arthur.  In … Continue reading

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