In the 2011 book published by BearManor Media, “Guest Parking: Zita Johann,” the former stage and film actress agreed with the author Rick Atkins, that Guest Parking is a place where our life experiences are only temporary. In his latest installment of books, “Guest Parking 2,” author Rick Atkins revisits four gentlemen, Ian Wolfe, Carl Laemmle Jr., Alan Napier and David Manners, all of whom agreed with the sentiments and shared stories with the author. Veteran character actor of stage, movies, radio, and television, Ian Wolfe experienced a career that spanned seventy-one years. He was one of the few American-born actors who developed a formative array of characters with varied dialects. Universal Studios producer, Carl Laemmle Jr., was the son of Carl Laemmle, the studio’s founder. “Junior” began working at seventeen, only to retire at the ripe ol’ age of twenty-nine. By age fifty, he was faced with a challenging lifestyle. British stage and screen character actor, Alan Napier, had over twenty-five years of experience behind him once in America first in radio, movies, stage and television, when later in life, he became enormously popular as Alfred the butler on the 1960s American television series, Batman. Lastly, the Canadian actor of stage and screen, David Manners, who after only seven years in Hollywood turned his back on “the celluloid days,” in 1936 and later, became a novelist. “Guest Parking 2” includes two hundred and thirty photographs, and concludes with a heartfelt Afterword written by the late dancer and actress, Carla Laemmle.
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