2 edition of John Drainie, 1916-1966. found in the catalog.
John Drainie, 1916-1966.
Association of Canadian Television and Radio Artists
in [N.p.] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PN2287 D73 A8|
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|Number of Pages||20|
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John Drainie, Actor: Folio. John Drainie was born on April 1, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as John Robert Roy Drainie. He was an actor and writer, known for Folio (), Startime () and Bush Pilot (). He died on Octo in Toronto, Ontario, tion: Actor, Writer, Miscellaneous Crew.
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In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or Format: DVD. John Robert Roy Drainie (April 1, – Octo ) was a Canadian actor and television presenter, who was called "the greatest radio actor in the world" by Orson Welles.
Drainie was most famous in Canada for two long-running roles: the lead role of Jake in the radio adaptation of W.
Mitchell's Jake and the Kid, and a popular one-man stage show in which he played humourist Stephen. John Drainie was born on April 1, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as John Robert Roy Drainie.
He was an actor and writer, known for Folio (), Startime () and Bush Pilot (). He died on Octo in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Pioneer Drainie, John Robert Roy () John Drainie taught himself acting. Orson Welles called him the greatest radio actor in the world. John was born in Vancouver.
When he was a boy, he was hit by a car and walked with a lifelong limp which made him feel awkward on television. Despite that, he had an uncanny ability to bring comedy writer Stephen Leacock alive in a.
This biography of Canada's most accomplished radio actor, John Drainie, also looks at Canadian theatre and culture. Drainie's voice was familiar to Canadians in roles such as Stephen Leacock, Senator Joseph McCarthy, and Jake, the hired man in 'Jake and the kid' Includes bibliographical references (pages.
Claire Drainie Taylor, who died at the age of 92, worked as a free-lance radio and television actress from through She collaborated with her second husband, John Drainie, on radio dramas, supplying his narrative with dialogue. She is a Life Member of the Association of Canadian Television and Radio s: 1.
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Books Show sub menu. Vancouver Exposed. Murder by Milkshake. Blood, Sweat, and Fear. John Drainie () The Drainie family lived at Somerset Street in North Vancouver in the early ’s. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published. Get this from a library. Living the part: John Drainie and the dilemma of Canadian stardom.
[Bronwyn Drainie] -- This biography of Canada's most accomplished radio actor, John Drainie, also looks at Canadian theatre and culture. Drainie's voice was familiar to Canadians in roles such as Stephen Leacock, Senator. ``Drainie Taylor's is no sepulchral volume but sprightly, humorous, and full of the quotidian details of life in a large family.
This book is a generous gift not only to the author's own descendants but to the many fans and friends who remember John Drainie and are interested in the Drainie family. ''. The eldest daughter of the celebrated Canadian actor John Drainie, about whom she wrote a book-length biography some years ago, Drainie writes a weekly column on Canadian culture for the Globe and Mail.
Many bookstores in Toronto are displaying her book prominently, some even alongside copies of the other recent book about Israel by a Canadian. John Drainie () I’ve written about Alvensleben and this house in At Home with History, and the history of the house gets interesting again in when the parents of actor John Drainie rented it for a few years.
Orson Welles called him the greatest radio actor in the world. John Drane has 44 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Drane’s most popular book is Introducing the New Testament. Source: The New Statistical Account of Scotland for Drainie, FHL book B4sa, 2nd series, vol The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub.
) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion and social customs. Role Title Holding Repository; creatorOf: Hirson, Roger O.
Studio one-- The Weston strain / written especially for Studio one by Roger O. Hirson. Bowling Green State University, BGSU Libraries. The Surprise of My Life by Claire Drainie Taylor,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Living the part, t.p. (John Drainie) Can CIP (Brainie, John, ). She was awarded ACTRA's John Drainie Award, for distinguished contributions to Canadian broadcasting, in Off has also written several books on the Canadian military, including 'The Lion, the Fox, and the Eagle' () and 'The Ghosts of Medak Pocket: the Story of Canada's Secret War' (, ISBN ).4/5().
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Or how, only a few months after returning to Vancouver, with no training and minimal education, this same young woman walked on stage at one of Canada\'s finest old theatres, and went on to a successful thirty-year career as an actress and radio dialogue writer, pausing along the way to divorce her first husband and marry John Drainie, the man.
Bronwyn Drainie is a Canadian arts tly editor of the Literary Review of Canada,  she has also been a columnist and book reviewer  for The Globe and Mail, and was formerly a host of programming on CBC Radio  including the flagship program Sunday is the daughter of actors John Drainie and Claire Drainie Taylor.
Books. Living the Part: John Drainie and the. Its an autobiography. If I tell you whats in it you wont read the book. Claire Drainie Taylor Or would you.
Maybe youd be intrigued by the progression of a life begun as an unexceptional little girl born to a middle-class Jewish Canadian couple in a small prairie town who, at age sixteen, married a refined Englishman, and survived the Great.
All told, Allan produced some radio plays in his decades-long career. He was a notorious autocrat who dressed formally for radio broadcasts and insisted that his artists—people like William Shatner and John Drainie—did the same.
The cast of the series included John Drainie as the Narrator, Paul Kligman as John Smith, Timothy Findley as Peter Pupkin, Eric House as Dean Drone, Peg Dixon as Liliane Drone and Robert Christie as Golgotha Gingham.
Was later released under Folkways Records, Catalog number # in This LP has a blank sleeve on the back; a different pressing has information on the back sleeve. The Atlantic Advocate's Holiday Book: A miscellany containing Stories, Poems, Songs, Articles, Recipes for Good Dishes, Notes on Birds and Beasts.
Edited by D. Kermode Parr. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, (). Pp (2), 8vo, grey continental wraps. Laugher p Includes: Charles Bruce's "People from Away"; Evelyn M. Richardson's.
The Incredible Journey is a live-action Walt Disney film based on the novel The Incredible Journey by Sheila Burnford. Narrated by Rex Allen, the film follows the adventure of Luath the Labrador Retriever, Bodger the Bull Terrier and Tao the Siamese cat (Syn Cat) as they journey miles ( km) through the Canadian wilderness to return to their home.
Claire Drainie Taylor, née Wodlinger (Septem – Novem ) was a Canadian actor and writer, who wrote and acted in radio and television productions for CBC Radio from the s through the s.
Filmed in Canada as a joint project involving Walt Disney studios and Calgary Ltd., The Incredible Journey stars a cat named Tao and two dogs named Bodger and Luath. When their family goes on vacation, the animals are left in charge of family friend Emile Genest.
Genest goes off to hunt for a couple of days, but fails to inform the animals of this 3/5(2). The Surprise of My Life: An Autobiography: Claire Drainie Taylor: Books - In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
LEITERS IN CANADA roty Players proved to be a turning point in their relationship. By she was hopelessly in love with then unknown actor John Drainie, and though they tried to break free from one another, their love proved unyielding, and, at the suggestion of her father, she and Jack divorced shortly thereafter.
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From the archives of CBC Radio: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - originally broadcast ; Through the Looking Glass - originally broadcast Versions adapted by Lister Sinclair.
Performances by Maxine Miller, Bruno Gerussi, Alan King, Jane Mallett, Alice Mather, John Drainie, Mavor Moore, Budd Knapp, Tom Kneebone, Bernard Braden and. Journey of a Book at Parkland Regional Library Product Info: What is the setting of a dog s journey by bruce w cameron directed by fletcher markle with mile genest, john drainie, tommy tweed, sandra scott the story of three pets, a cat and two dogs, who lose their owners when they.A dog s journey bookfun books for kids a dog s life: the.Claire Drainie Taylor, who died at the age of 92, worked as a free-lance radio and television actress from through She collaborated with her second husband, John Drainie, on radio dramas, supplying his narrative with dialogue.
She is a Life Member of the .Margot Christie as Marilla, Toby Tarnow as Anne and John Drainie as Matthew. Casting.
Before she was cast into the film, Toby Tarnow had already played Anne Shirley in a radio adaptation for CBC. Barbara Hamilton portrayed Shop Assistant in this film and in itsshe was chosen to play the role as Marilla Cuthbert in Anne of Green Gables: The Musical (–present), also.