General George Washington


John Wayne
He was the greatest movie star of the twentieth century.  Here he is in the Marines with his M-1 rifle in "The Sands of Iwo Jima".


John Wayne
As he starred in "The Green Berets".


John Wayne with his six shooter pistol

Audie Murphy, United States Army, WW II
Audie Murphy was inducted into the U.S. Army with the lowest skill classification, farm laborer, after being rejected by the Marines and the Paratrooper corps.  He became the most battlefield decorated soldier in the history of our country winning every medal the U. S. offered.  His medals included the Distinguished Service Cross, the Legion of Merit, numerous Silver Stars, numerous Bronze Stars, numerous Purple Hearts, many other American medals, five medals from France including the prestigious French Legion of Honor and the French Croix de Guerre with Silver Star, the Belgian Croix de Guerre and the highest award the U.S. military can give hangs around his neck, the Congressional Medal of Honor.  He was the pinnacle of a genuine American battlefield hero, exposing himself to enemy fire on many occasions and showing heroic combat leadership.   Audie Murphy starred in the movies after WW  II due to his popularity, including "To Hell and Back", the almost unbelievable story of his combat exploits in WW  II.


Clint Eastwood as "The Outlaw Josey Wales"
(My all-time favorite movie)


Clint Eastwood as Walt Kowalski in Gran Torino


Clint Eastwood as "the man with no name" as he starred in several movies including "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", "Fistful of Dollars", and "For a Few Dollars More".


Clint Eastwood as "Dirty Harry" Callahan, San Francisco P.D.


Clint Eastwood in his most famous role, "Dirty Harry" Callahan, San Francisco P.D.
He single handedly made the 44 Magnum famous.


Johnny Cash, the "Man in Black"


The Lone Ranger
Clayton Moore


Laurel & Hardy comedy team

Abbott & Costello comedy team as cops

Tony Curtis


Tony Bennett
Famous singer who sang "I left my heart in San Francisco".


Spencer Tracy
Famous Movie Actor


"Wild Bill" Hickok of Deadwood , South Dakota
Winner of 32 pistol duels.


Buffalo Bill Cody
Wm. F. Cody was a scout for the U.S. Army and a famous buffalo hunter.


Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
(Robert Redford and Paul Newman)


Errol Flynn as Robin Hood


The Blues Brothers
Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi)


The one and only "Curley" of the Three Stooges


The Three Stooges
(Moe, Larry & Curley)


The Three Stooges
(Curley, Moe and Larry)


The Three Stooges
(Curley, Moe and Larry)


Need a good wedding photographer?  These guys are just the ticket.
L-R:  Larry, Curley and Moe


How did we ever win WW II?


Roy Rogers, America's favorite cowboy of the 1960's


Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys and his horse, Trigger


Roy Rogers, Trigger and Dale Evans

Elvis in Viva Las Vegas

Elvis loved motorcycles

Elvis in Jail House Rock


Elvis in concert


Elvis Pressley
The King of Rock and Roll

Elvis in Love Me Tender


Jimi Hendrix, rock guitar legend


Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein Monster


Cartoon Character Woody Woodpecker


Popeye the Sailor Man
He was "strong to the finish cause he ate his Spinach".


Bruce Springsteen


Denzel Washington


General George Patton, U.S. Army, WW II
He was considered to be the greatest general of armored divisions the United States had in WW II.


Steve McQueen in "The Great Escape"


Steve McQueen
Starred in "The Great Escape", "The Magnificent Seven" and "Bullitt"


Gary Cooper
His greatest movies were "High Noon" and "Sergeant York".


Richard Burton
One of the truly great stage and screen actors of the twentieth century.


Robert Vaughn
First gained fame in the 1960's TV show, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E."    Also starred in movies, including one of the greatest western movies ever made, "The Magnificent Seven" with Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson and James Coburn.


John Fitzgerald Kennedy
President of the United States


The Kennedys of Massachusetts - JFK, RFK and Ted


Jack Lemmon
Co-starred with Marilyn Monroe in "Some Like It Hot", also starred in "Mr. Roberts" and "The Odd Couple".


Jack Nicholson as the "Joker" in the Batman movie


Clint Walker


Rock Hudson


Tom Cruise


Cary Grant

Cary Grant

Robert Deniro

The Beatles
John, Paul, George and Ringo


The Beatles


Tom Selleck
Gained fame from his Magnum, P.I. television series


Bonanza cast
Pernell Roberts as Adam, Michael Landon as "Little Joe", Lorne Greene as Ben and Dan Blocker as "Hoss" Cartwright.

Nathan Bedford Forrest
The most decorated and most feared of the Confederate Generals, he was regarded as a tactical genius although he had no education.  He had numerous horses shot out from under him as he led charges against  enemy lines and was wounded several times.  Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant both said he was the most remarkable soldier to emerge from the U.S. Civil War.


Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator


Da Terminator


Arnold Schwarzenegger as Conan the Barbarian


Bruce Lee
His greatest film was "Enter the Dragon".   He was the greatest karate fighter of all time.


Marlon Brando
One of the greatest screen and stage actors of the twentieth century.


Marlon Brando in his breakout movie from 1954, "The Wild One"


Marlon Brando in his greatest film, "The Godfather"


Ernest Hemingway
Great American author of "The Sun Also Rises" and "The Old Man and the Sea".


Jackie Gleason
Television comedian


Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
He is pictured here shortly before giving his "I have a dream" speech in Washington, DC.


Jerry Seinfeld
TV comedian


Tarzan the Ape Man and his family
L-R:  Jane, (Maureen Sullivan,
Tarzan, (Johnny Weissmuller,
Boy, (Johnny Sheffield)
and the chimp Cheetah.
Johnny Weissmuller competed for the United States in the 1920 Paris Olympics as a shy, handsome, 20 year old and burst onto the world scene with record setting performances by winning 3 Golds and a Bronze in swimming events, becoming an early Olympics star.


Albert Einstein
Creator of the Theory of Relativity.


Jerry Garcia
Founder of the Grateful Dead musical group.


Charlton Heston


Clark Gable


Clark Gable in "Across the Wide Missouri"


Ernest Borgnine as Lt. McHale in the TV series "McHale's Navy"


Humphrey Bogart


James Dean


Kirk Douglas


Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes


Holmes and Watson
The most definitive actors to portray the crime fighting pair, Basil Rathbone as Holmes and Nigel Bruce as his companion, Dr. Henry Watson. 


Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula


Don Johnson as Nash Bridges on the TV show by the same name


George Reeves as Superman in the TV series by  the same name


Ronald Reagan, President of the United States and the "Great Communicator"


Sean Connery as James Bond


Telly Savalas, star of the hit TV show, KOJAK.