Thursday, December 30, 2010

12/30 - Emails & Calls

By Your Request - Today's Show will be All Emails & Phone Calls!


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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

12/23 - Emails & Calls

By Your Request - Today's Show will be All Emails & Phone Calls!
Due to an overwhelming response of listeners and callers to the program, Bob will be reading your emails , taking as many calls as possible and answering your questions. Thanks for making "The PM Show with Robert Conrad" a huge success and remember the email to send a note to Bob - .
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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

12/16 - Kenny Call

Kenny Call - Actor
A veteran actor who has appeared in "StarMan", "Red Dawn",  Silverado", "The Wild, Wild West", and others, plus the critically aclaimed TV Series "Lonesome Dove".  In 2011 he will appear in the anticipated "Cowboys & Aliens". He started his career as a stunt man in western movies and lives in Texas.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

12/9 - Email & Phone Call show

By Your Request  - Today's Show will be All Emails & Phone Calls!

Due to an overwhelming response of listeners and callers to the program, Bob will be reading your emails , taking as many calls as possible and answering your questions. Thanks for making "The PM Show with Robert Conrad" a huge success and remember the email to send a note to Bob - .

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Thursday, December 2, 2010

12/2 - Sugar Ray Leonard

Sugar Ray Leonard - World Class Boxer
Sugar Ray Leonard (born May 17, 1956 in Wilmington, North Carolina) is a retired professional boxer. He was named Ray Charles Leonard, after his mother's favorite singer, Ray Charles. Leonard was the first boxer to earn more than $100 million in purses, and he is widely considered to be one of the best boxers of all time, winning world titles in five weight divisions and defeating future fellow International Boxing Hall of Fame inductees Wilfred Benítez, Thomas Hearns, Roberto Durán and Marvin Hagler . Leonard was named "Boxer of the Decade" for the 1980s, due to his accomplishments. Leonard was the fifth of six children born to Cicero and Getha Leonard. When he was three, the family moved from Wilmington, Delaware to Washington, D.C. When he was ten, they settled permanently in the suburbs in Palmer Park, Maryland, of one-story homes built in the late 1950s. His father worked as a night manager of a supermarket, and his mother was a nurse.  Leonard was a shy child, and aside from the time he almost drowned in a creek during a flood in Seat Pleasant, his childhood was uneventful. He stayed home a lot, reading comic books and playing with his dog. "He never did talk too much," his mother said. "We never could tell what he was thinking. But I never had any problems with him. I never had to go to school once because of him

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

11/25-Kevin Spacey

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Kevin Spacey-Actor, Director and Producer 

Born July 26, 1959 and is an American actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and crooner. He grew up in California, and began his career as a stage actor during the 1980s, before being cast in supporting roles in film and television. He gained critical acclaim in the early 1990s, culminating in his first Academy Award for The Usual Suspects(Best Supporting Actor), followed by a Best Actor Academy Award win for American Beauty (1999). His other starring roles in Hollywoodinclude Seven, L.A. Confidential, Pay It Forward, and Superman Returns in a career which has eventually earned him Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Since 2003, he has been artistic director of the Old Vic theatre in London.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

11/18 - Buck Taylor

Buck Taylor - "Gunsmoke"; "Bonanza"
Like the windswept West Texas Ranch he now calls home, Buck Taylor’s life and career begins at the end of a long and winding dirt road. The Real West is tough country where cattle and horses form the backbone of the families that fight on to preserve their heritage and way of life. Born the son of a famous Hollywood actor, Buck grew up on movie sets, watching his father, celebrated actor Dub Taylor, appear with such movie greats as John Wayne, Tex Ritter and Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys. He initially took a different path, studying art at the University of Southern California, and, in 1960, trying out for the U. S. Olympic Gymnastic Team with the sponsorship of the cowboy actor Big Boy Williams.  But the acting profession came calling. It was deeply rooted in the young man, who, after all, had actor Chill Wills help him take his first steps as a baby. Buck began his acting career in the fifties working in television. He appeared in everything from the Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet and My Favorite Martian to the classic period westerns, including Have Gun Will Travel with Richard Boone, The Rebel with Nick Adams and Bonanza. He is best remembered for his eight-year run as Newly on Gunsmoke, which ended in 1975. Buck appeared in other popular shows including Wagon Train, The Virginian, Dallas, and Walker, Texas Ranger.  In 1963 his movie career began with an appearance in Johnny Shiloh. Since his start, Buck has worked nonstop for more than forty years with roles in such films as Tombstone and in 2004, The Alamo and Grand Champion.  Preserving and celebrating the heritage of the American West is the driving force behind Buck’s career as a watercolor artist. On movie locations he found himself sketching and painting during breaks in filming. He started in earnest at the 1993 National Finals Rodeo selling paintings and in less than a decade became internationally famous for his depiction of western scenes and figures. These paintings are sold through his website, private art shows and festivals, and at exclusive galleries. His private commissions can be found in the Loomis Fargo headquarters, DeLucca Liquor headquarters, Franklin Mint, John Wayne Enterprises, the American Quarter Horse Museum, the National Ranching Heritage Museum as well as in the hands of private collectors, including Sam Elliott, James Arness, Roy Clark, Val Kilmer, Roger Staubach, and Powers Boothe. He is also the official artist for several rodeos and state fairs.  Buck’s art is an invitation to explore America’s western past. The cowboys, Native Americans, horses and homesteaders he creates are at once authentic and captivating. Their faces and figures tell stories of the adventure, nobility, hardship and sacrifice that characterized the claiming of the American frontier. His paintings reflect a deep reverence and profound appreciation for the contributions of the hard working men and women who first survived and later prospered amidst landscapes both unforgiving and unforgettable. In his work, drovers push longhorns up dusty trails; braves pursue buffalo herds across vast prairies and horses race toward distant horizons. Such memorable images pay moving tribute to one of the most colorful and fascinating eras in our nation’s history. Buck once described his West Texas ranch as his “church” and his artwork as his attempt to honor his creator for the blessing He has bestowed upon his children, his wife Goldie, and the land. His spirit and artistic philosophies came together on camera in 2003, when Buck assumed the starring role as “Harry Dodds” a modern day rancher trying to hold on to his family and ranch in the feature film Truce, released in the spring of 2005. Playing a tough, gruff cattleman, with fellow actors Barry Tubbs, Brad Johnson, and George Kennedy, Buck dominates the film with his natural grace and charm. With an artistic career spanning fifty years both on canvas and on the screen, Buck has garnered substantial acclaim. Recently Buck was inducted into the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and received the "Spirit of Texas Award.” In 2000, he was memorialized on the streets of Dodge City, “The Trail of Fame.” He has also received the “Golden Boot” award along side Ted Turner and the “Spirit of the West” award with Jack Palance and Roy Rogers. Additionally, Buck is recognized on “The Walk of Stars” in California with his great friends Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross and his star appears on the streets of Kanab, Utah on “Little Hollywood.” Buck is in good company, with his star placed between Ronald Reagan and Tom Mix. In 1981, Buck was inducted as a trustee in the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum for his role as Newly on Gunsmoke.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

11/11-Stefanie Powers

Happy Veterans Day!

"When the make-up comes off you still have to go home and face your life;  make sure it is as satisfying as the one you left at the dressing table.'  I think I have." -
Stefanie Powers

     If one measures Hollywood stars by such traditional markers as grace, beauty and sophistication, then Stefanie Powers harkens back to Hollywood's Golden Era when stars were the essence of what everybody dreamed to be.  And if one measures the quality of a person by their sense of dedication, their concern for the world around them, by their ability to step outside themselves and see the greater importance of community and society, then Stefanie Powers exemplifies the "new Hollywood" -- smart, charismatic, committed and, yes, sexy.

     Actress Stefanie Powers, whose charming and thoughtful real-life personality may most closely resemble stunning renaissance woman Jennifer Hart, the character she portrayed on the hit television series "Hart to Hart", has combined a natural curiosity and passion for knowledge, world travel and diverse cultures into both an award-winning acting career and an equally active life of heartfelt philanthropic work.

     The cornerstone of that work is the William Holden Wildlife Foundation, a public charity dedicated to the preservation of wild animals, which Stefanie helped to found in honor of the late actor and for which she serves as president.  The William Holden Wildlife Education Center, which currently serves 10,000 students a year, is located near the Mt. Kenya Safari Club and the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch started by Holden in the late 1950's before conservation became a popular issue.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

11/4-Janine Turner

Janine Turner-Actress, Author and Singer
Janine Turner is an American actress who starred on the prime time television show Northern Exposure from 1990 to 1995. From 2000 to 2002, she appeared on the Lifetime original series Strong Medicine. In 2008, Turner became a published author when Thomas Nelson released Holding Her Head High: Inspiration from 12 Single Mothers Who Championed Their Children and Changed History.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

10/28-PM Show with Robert Conrad

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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

10/21-PM Show with Robert Conrad

CRN's "PM SHOW with ROBERT CONRAD" reaches a national audience in excess of 5 million on Time Warner Cable, Cox Cable, Comcast Cables and radio stations and satellite operators coast to coast. Robert Conrad is a popular television actor and the star of, "Wild, Wild West", "Ba Ba Black Sheep", "Hawaiian Eye" , and others. He talks about his views, thoughts and career in a lively 2 hour live national radio show, Thursdays at 3PM PST.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

10/14-PM Show with Robert Conrad

Paul Stern joins Bob as co-host for this weeks show.

As promised, today's show features your calls and emails and we are taking your calls at 800-336-2225. Email Bob at .

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

10/7-Barry Corbin

Barry Corbin-"Clay Johnson" on The Closer
Leonard Barrie Corbin, known as Barry Corbin (born October 16, 1940), is an American actor with more than one hundred filmtelevision and video game credits.

Corbin was born in Lamesa, the seat of Dawson County, south of Lubbock in west Texas. He graduated from Monterey High School. He was the son of the former Alma LaMerle Scott (1918–1994), a teacher, and Kilmer Blaine Corbin, Sr. (1919–1993), a school principal, a judge and a Democratic member of the Texas State Senate for two terms from 1949-1957. Corbin studied theatre arts at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. He was a United States Marine. Many of his films have been westerns, and Corbin's proficiency in the saddle is no act. He played a corrupt sheriff in the 2001 Tom Selleck Turner Network Television film Crossfire Trail. Much of his spare time is spent riding horses and tending to cattle on his small Texas ranch near Fort Worth. He volunteered his time to charity rodeos for many years. In 2006, he participated in the Lubbock centennial.Corbin has been quoted as being an avid enthusiast of riding horses.
Corbin lives on the ranch with his daughter, Shannon Ross (born 1965) and grandchildren. Corbin found Shannon in June 1991, when she was twenty-six. Shannon had been adopted as an infant; her birth mother, who had an affair with Corbin, gave up the child through the Methodist Mission Home in San Antonio, without having told Corbin of the pregnancy. Corbin has three sons: Bernard (born 1970), Jim (born 1979), andChristopher (born 1982). He and his second wife, Susan Berger, divorced in 1992.
In 2009, Corbin was inducted in the Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame in Fort Worth. A recent painting of Corbin has been placed at the museum exhibit.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

9/30-Clint Walker

Clint Walker, a twin, was born in Hartford, Illinois. It was depression years and the family was forced to move from town to town, wherever there was work. Clint began his own wandering at the age of 16 when he quit school to work in a factory. He later worked on the local river boats, then joined the Merchant Marines at the age of 17.
After a stint in the oil fields of Brownwood, Texas, Clint moved to Long Beach, California, then on to Las Vegas, where he worked as a deputy sheriff at the Sands Hotel. There, he met many celebrities who encouraged him to try his luck in Hollywood. He did just that.
As luck would have it, Clint was quickly introduced to Cecil B. DeMille, who took a liking to him and offered him a part in his latest film, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. Shortly thereafter, Clint was cast in the role of “Cheyenne Bodie” in the series CHEYENNE, which ran for eight years. CHEYENNE became television’s first hour-long western and established Clint as one of the new medium’s biggest stars.
When Clint decided to quit the show, he was cast in a number of films, including NONE BUT THE BRAVE, THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY, THE DIRTY DOZEN, SEND ME NO FLOWERS, NIGHT OF THE GRIZZLY, FORT DOBBS, YELLOWSTONE KELLY, and GOLD OF THE SEVEN SAINTS. Clint, who has a beautiful singing voice, also recorded an album of songs and ballads for Warner Bros.
After CHEYENNE, Clint made another television series, KODIAK, and a number of features and movies for television, including THE BOUNTY MAN, YUMA, and SNOWBEAST. Then came a freak accident at Mammoth Mountain, where a ski pole pierced Clint’s heart. Two months later, he was back at work in Spain co-starring with Telly Salvalas in another western, PANCHO VILLA.
Since then Clint has been involved in other projects through the 90’s, such as THE GAMBLER RETURNS, a KUNG FU episode, and he joined some of his pals from THE DIRTY DOZEN to do voices for the production of SMALL SOLDIERS.
He continues to turn down roles that he feels are in bad taste, and when the right project comes along, Clint is ready to get back in front of the camera.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

9/23-Andrew Prine

Andrew Prine-American Film, Stage, and Television Actor

Andrew is enjoying his guest appearance on the popular series, "SAVING GRACE", with Holly Hunter. Catching the wave of a new crop of horror films, he has just completed "SUTURES", which will thrill his fans who love this genre, with a 2009 release date. His Science Fiction series, V, most recently listed as one of the top 25 science fiction series by TV Guide, is enjoying a new life on the Sci-Fi Channel, as well as the complete series release on DVD. Andrew has recently written two screenplays which have already been optioned by film companies for upcoming productions.
Mr. Prine will be attending the 2009 CANNES FILM FESTIVAL.
Andrew's first film role was in the Academy award-winner, THE MIRACLE WORKER.  He starred in several television series, beginning with Earl Holiman in the series WIDE COUNTRY.  Andrew and Barry Sullivan joined forces in THE ROAD WEST and in W.E.B. he portrayed the network executive Dan Castello.
The Miracle Worker with Anne Bancroft
Adept at comedy, Andrew appeared as a cast member in the television series WEIRD SCIENCE and co-starred with Linda Lavin in ROOM FOR TWO.
Starring in feature films, Andrew has also worked with Hollywood legends, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Dean Martin, Raquel Welch, William Holden, Anne Bancroft, Glenn Ford and Ben Johnson.  Andrew has appeared in CHISUM, BANDOLERO, THE DEVIL'S BRIGADE, AMITYVILLE, ADVANCE TO THE REAR, THE EVIL, GRIZZLY, GENERATION, THE ELIMINATORS, ONE LITTLE INDIAN, RIDING TALL and TEXAS ACROSS THE RIVER.
A member of the prestigious Actor's Studio, Andrew has continued his work in theatre, which include appearances at the Ahmanson in LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT with Charlton Heston and Deborah Kerr, and THE CAINE MUTINY with Henry Fonda.  Andrew has received two Dramalogue Critics Award for Best Actor for the leading role in Sam Shephard's BURIED CHILD and GOOD-BYE FREDDY. In 2009 he will take on the role of Sheridan Whiteside in THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER.

Monday, September 13, 2010

9/16-Martin Landau

Landau began his career in the 1950s; his early films include a supporting role in Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest (1959). He played continuing roles in the television seriesMission: Impossible for which he received Emmy Award nominations, and Space:1999. He received a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor - Motion Picture and his first nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Tucker: The Man and His Dream, and was also Oscar nominated for his role in Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989). His performance in the supporting role of Béla Lugosi in Ed Wood (1994) earned him the Academy Award, Screen Actors Guild Award and a Golden Globe. He continues to perform in film and television and heads the Hollywood branch of the Actors Studio.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

9/9-Scott St James

Scott St. James-Actor, Sports Personality 

Scott St. James began his acting career with a role in Heart Of A Champion: The Ray Mancini Story. Since then, he has appeared in dozens of motion pictures and TV series including Everybody Loves Raymond, ER and Jimmy Kimmel Live! His national television commercial credits include roles for American Express, Pepsi and Honda Motor Company. A true renaissance man, Scott began his career as an award-winning radio personality, enjoying tremendous success at stations all across the country, including St. Louis powerhouse KMOX and KMPC and KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, working with legendary personalities Robert W. Morgan and Rick Dees. Along the way he picked up multiple Golden Mike and Mark Twain Awards for commentary writing. His daily morning commentaries on Arrow 93FM covered a broad spectrum of topics from sports to entertainment to politics, and over a period of nine years, raised an eyebrow or two. In the 80’s, Scott was also the on-camera Sports Director at LA’s KCAL-TV, Channel 9. Contact Scott St. James via e-mail:

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

9/2-Pat Boone

Pat Boone-Singer, Actor and Writer
Google Pat Boone – be warned, more than 1.9 million results show up! – and a word picture of an astonishing, long lasting, still thriving career in music and entertainment emerges.
Singer, actor, TV host, producer, songwriter, author, motivational speaker, TV pitchman, radio personality, record company head, TV station owner, sports team owner, family man, humanitarian, a man unafraid to air his views.
A lot of Pat Boones from which to pick and choose.
A lot of Pat Boones to go around.
Right now, Boone – the #10 all time top recording artist, according to music industry bible, Billboard – is the Lion in Winter, five decades of recording history behind him and a busy future ahead. A very active lion…

Boone runs his own record company, The Gold Label, designed for legendary artists of a certain age and certifiable talent (all with million-selling gold records to their credit) “It’s a senior tour for singers,” he jokes. “But there is a qualification: they have to be able to sell records.” So far Glen Campbell, Jack Jones, Roger Williams, Patti Page, Cleo Laine, Sha Na Na and others (as well as Boone himself) have lived up to the Founder’s Maxim. More than 30 Gold Record albums have been released to date.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

8/26-PM Show with Robert Conrad

Mike Horn joins Bob as co-host for this weeks show.

As promised, today's show features your calls and emails and we are taking your calls at 800-336-2225. Email Bob at .

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

8/19-Kevin Spacey

Kevin Spacey-Actor, Director and Producer
Born July 26, 1959 and is an American actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and crooner. He grew up in California, and began his career as a stage actor during the 1980s, before being cast in supporting roles in film and television. He gained critical acclaim in the early 1990s, culminating in his first Academy Award for The Usual Suspects (Best Supporting Actor), followed by a Best Actor Academy Award win for American Beauty (1999). His other starring roles in Hollywood include Seven, L.A. Confidential, Pay It Forward, and Superman Returns in a career which has eventually earned him Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Since 2003, he has been artistic director of the Old Vic theatre in London.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

8/12-Dwayne Hickman

Dwayne Hickman-The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis 
Dwayne Bernard Hickman (born May 18, 1934) is a former American child/teen actor andtelevision executive of CBS, who is primarily known for his roles on sitcoms and television. The naturally brown-headed Hickman is best known for playing Bob Collins's (played by Bob Cummings) crazy teenaged nephew, Chuck MacDonald on the popular 1950s TV series, The Bob Cummings Show (a.k.a, Love That Bob), and the title character in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.

On December 2, 1990, while working at CBS, Hickman received word that his longtime friend Bob Cummings had passed way, hence, he andBob Cummings Show co-star Ann B. Davis attended Cummings' funeral.
Hickman was grief-stricken, when on September 2, 2005, his classmate, best friend and Dobie Gillis co-star/comedian, Bob Denver had died, hence, he attended Denver's funeral. Hickman said on his website that he knew Denver for 50+ years, but only knew him briefly from a play on stage. He also said that before Hickman's The Bob Cummings Show was on the brink of cancellation, Denver auditioned [along with 20 new and young guys] for the part of Maynard G. Krebs opposite Hickman's character in The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, the secretary's brother knew Denver got the part, the rest was history. Hickman also helped Denver became a star, after his series' star, years earlier in the 1950s.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

8/5-Ernest Borgnine

Ernest Borgnine-Hollywood Legend

Actor Ernest Borgnine was born on January 24, 1917 in Hamden, Connecticut. He’s the son of Italian immigrantsto the United States, though they divorced when he was only two years old. He spent some time in Italy with his mother but returned later and attended public school in the United States.
After graduating from high school Borgnine joined the navy. He was discharged in 1941 and then re-enlisted soon after when the United States entered the Second World War. He served for a sum total of ten years and managed to attain the rank of Gunner’s Mate 1st Class.
After completing his stint with the navy Borgnine spent several years doing little of note until he went to the Randall School of Drama in Hartford. He graduated he got a role in a showing of Glass Menagerie. Later he debuted on Broadway as a nurse in the play Harvey. That same play would later be adapted as a movie starringJimmy Stewart.
He moved to Los Angeles in 1951 and got his real break when he appeared in From Here to Eternity as a cruel but memorable Sergeant. This allowed him to build a solid reputation as a character actor, appearing in his initial roles as a villain. He adopted a new role in 1955, however, appearing as a happy butcher in the televised playMarty. This role earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor.
He continued appearing in movies until landing the lead role in what would soon become the television showMcHale’s Navy, a popular four season sitcom. This role earned Borgnine an Emmy nomination in 1963, and in 1964 he reprised his lead role for the show’s film. He also had a cameo in the 1997 remake.
Borgnine has continued to make movies and appear in television shows ever since, his other notable televised regular role being that of a pilot in the three season action series Airwolf. He was also noted as appearing on the first version of Hollywood Squares, and was the first celebrity ever to appear in the center square.
In 1996 Borgnine toured the United States in a bus, planning to meet his fans. This tour became a 1997 documentary known as Ernest Borgnine on the Bus.
Borgnine’s latest work has included recurring appearances on the show Spongebob Squarepants, working alongside fellow McHale survivor Tim Conway, and in a 2007 Hallmark movie called A Grandpa For Christmas. The movie earned him a Golden Globe nomination. He’s also appeared once on The Simpsons and in a series of commercials.
Borgnine has been married five times in his long life (he’s 91). The first was with a woman he met while in the navy, Rhoda Kremins. Their marriage lasted from 1949 until 1958, and they had one daughter. He married again in 1959 to Katy Jurado, and they split in 1963. A year later he married Ethel Merman, which only lasted a month. In the same year that divorce was finalized Borgnine married Donna Rancourt and they stayed together until 1972, having a son and a daughter. And, finally, he’s been married to Tova Traesnaes since 1972. In other words, Borgnine hasn’t spent much more than a year since 1949 unmarried.