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Dec 27, 2020 ˇ Jack Wrather, left, and his wife, Bonita Granville Wrather, with Ray Ryan. As had happened many times before, his imagination had greatly exceeded his ...
Jan 3, 2021 ˇ Bonita Granville and Jack Wrather began to socialize with the Reagans in the early 1960s in Hollywood and the desert and were part of a group that urged ...
May 28, 2020 ˇ Of all the fifty states in the United States of America, there have probably been more books, movies, and TV shows about Texas than any other. Its history is more ...
Feb 15, 2021 ˇ Born on February 2, 1923, in New York City; died of cancer on October 11, 1988; buried in Holy Cross Cemetery; married Jack Wrather, in 1947 (died 1984); ...
Jan 1, 2021 ˇ Wrather Corporation Company headed by Jack Wrather that built and ran the Disneyland Hotel; acquired by the Disney company in 1988.
Trendle sold The Lone Ranger, Inc. to oil man and film producer Jack Wrather in 1954 for $3 million. After Wrather died in 1984, his widow, Bonita Granville, sold ...
Oct 5, 2020 ˇ In 1954, The Disney Company was introduced to Texas oil wildcatter and television pioneer Jack Wrather with the possibility of building accommodations for the ...
Oct 5, 2020 ˇ ... rooms completed, the creative and entrepreneurial force behind it was Jack Wrather (1918-1984)—not Walt Disney. Wrather-Alvarez Hotels, Inc. built the hotel ...
Oct 5, 2020 ˇ ... host Kilgore (Lyle Bettger) clashes with his wife (Bonita Granville) about their daughter (Beverly Washburn), in producer Jack Wrather's The Lone Ranger, 1956.