Message from discussion Larkin Ford, the Last of the Original "Twelve Angry Men," Dies at 86
From: "Stephen Bowie" <stephen_bo...@hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Larkin Ford, the Last of the Original "Twelve Angry Men," Dies at 86
Date: 19 Jan 2007 22:40:34 -0800
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Bart Burns was a member of John Frankenheimer's stock company during
his live TV days (and he's in "Seven Days in May"). If memory serves,
he was also part of the rehearsal company for "Playhouse 90," actors
who would perform small parts during early rehearsals that would be
assumed by name actors for the live broadcast or tapings.
My gut instinct: he's still alive and Larkin Ford's claim to being the
last survivor was erroneous, especially if the IMDb is correct about
Burns having been interviewed for the making-of documentary on the
"Frances" DVD a few years ago. But I'm not obsessive enough to
actually go and find him.