Hollywood Tag

Noblesville and Hollywood: Otis F. Bart By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian About a year ago, I mentioned in passing that a local man, Otis F. Bart, had known the famous silent movie cowboy star, Tom Mix. I’m returning to that to look at exactly where and when they...

Noblesville and Hollywood: "Lucky" Teter By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian Noblesville had one Hollywood resident who worked with a lot of big stars, but was probably never seen on screen. Earl M. “Lucky” Teter (1901-1942) was born in Noblesville, graduated from NHS, and had a house on Clinton...

Noblesville and Hollywood: Trigger By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian Sometime the connection between Noblesville and Hollywood can be really oblique, but is interesting nevertheless.  One connection has to do with horses – and one horse in particular. It begins with Roy Fletcher Cloud (1881-1940), part of the Noblesville family...

Noblesville and Hollywood: Richard Bennett By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian A performer who spent his entire life in the theater and just a little time in Noblesville still remembered the town with a great deal of fondness.  Richard Bennett (1873-1944) is known today mainly as the father...

Noblesville and Hollywood – Part 2: Lillian Albertson By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian While it’s fun to find Noblesville connections to famous people, sometimes those connections can be minor.  Lillian Albertson (August 6, 1881 – August 24, 1962) was an American stage and screen actress, and a...

Noblesville and Hollywood – Part I By: David Heighway, Hamilton County Historian [caption id="attachment_18920" align="alignleft" width="240"] Photo Credit: library.newschool.edu[/caption] You might think that Noblesville seems to be a long way from Hollywood.  Still, while we don’t have a connection like Fairmount does to James Dean or Fort Wayne to...

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