Cheryl Miller in Clarence the Cross-Eyed Lion
I have the best readers in the world, you guys are awesome! Theodor from Bavaria, Germany found this incredible interview with Dick Clark and Cheryl Miller in 1965, just after she had made “Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion.” Great story regarding her role on “The Monkey’s Uncle” and the chimp, Stanley. She mentions the second movie […]
YouTube has had scant few videos related to Daktari but the release of all four seasons on DVD has certainly changed things. I did a random search yesterday and came up with a ton of stuff! First, this gem: The Legend of Ivan Tors This is an hour-long documentary — I didn’t even know it […]
So excited! Someone recently posted a slew of old TV Magazines that ran with the Sunday papers. They featured Cheryl regularly. I was able to retrieve several photos I had lost with my poor scrapbook! Check it out on ebay:
For the fan, this game is a no-brainer but it’s fun! Just click on the image to give it a whirl.
I treated myself on a cold and rainy day to a bit of a Daktari marathon, watching “Wall of Flames” and “Return of the Killer” from season one, and concluding with “Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion.” It’s been a long time since I saw this movie and I have to say it held up pretty well. […]
Walter unearthed this cool article; as you will see, it has some new information. By DOUG BROWN She has blue eyes. They sparkle. She has blonde hair. It glutens in the sunlight. She has personality, a charming smile, a determination, and a way with animals. Cheryl Miller sat in the shade at the Spa, very […]
My thanks to Walter, one of our loyal readers, for transcribing this article. Cheryl is a fascinating woman. Strange men don’t scare me Somewhere out there is a two-legged animal just for Cheryl Miller, but for now the star of Daktari prefers the four-legged variety! By Paul Denis, Motion Picture magazine, November, 1966 Fearless Cheryl […]