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Press Photo Elaine Joyce/Actress/Dan Haggerty/Actor/Grizzly Adams - RSC77625

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Part Number: RSC77625

Height: 9

Width: 7

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. Elaine Joyce and Dan Haggerty are guest star passengers who are in search of "The World's Greatest Kisser," when they board "The Love Boat," on the ABC Television Network.

Elaine Joyce (born Elaine Joyce Pinchot on December 19, 1945) is an American actress.

Joyce was born in Kansas City, Missouri. She made her film debut in 1961 as an extra in West Side Story and made uncredited appearances in several musical films, including The Music Man, Bye Bye Birdie, and Funny Girl before being cast in Such Good Friends in 1971. She had recurring roles in The Young and the Restless and Days of Our Lives, made guest appearances in such series as The Andy Griffith Show, The Red Skelton Show, Love, American Style, Kojak, Green Acres, and Hawaii Five-O, and was a regular panelist on several games shows, including Match Game, What's My Line?, and I've Got a Secret. In the 1976 TV series City of Angels, she played Marsha Finch, the ditzy secretary to Los Angeles private eye Jake Axminster (Wayne Rogers), who ran a call-girl service on the side. Joyce was also the host of The All New Dating Game for one season. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s she was featured in many series, including Mr. Merlin, Here Come the Brides, Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place, Magnum, P.I., Simon & Simon, and Murder, She Wrote. (Wikipedia)

Dan Haggerty (born November 19, 1941, in Pound, Wisconsin) is an American actor, best known for the title role in The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.

Born Gene Jajonski, Haggerty grew up in a family that owned and operated a small wild animal attraction. There he helped raise wild animals, including a black bear that performed tricks. After high school, he moved to southern California to pursue acting. Early on, he was cast in small roles as a bodybuilder in both Muscle Beach Party and Girl Happy starring Elvis Presley. His ease with animals brought him work as an animal trainer and handler in films produced by Walt Disney Studios. Haggerty also worked as a stuntman on the television series Tarzan, and as set builder on various other projects.

Haggerty appeared briefly in David Carradine's film, Americana and provided a fighting dog for the production. In the film, he not only played the role of the dog's trainer but also assisted in set design and the restoration of a broken down carousel, which figured prominently in the film. He assisted in building the motorcycles featured in the film Easy Rider, and had a bit part as a "hippie" in that film, as well as stunt work and supporting roles in numerous low-budget biker films of the era. The role that brought him fame was of the outdoorsman Grizzly Adams in the independent film The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams. The picture was a surprise hit and spun off into a popular TV series. He also starred in the 1989 film "Spirit of the Eagle". (Wikipedia)Photo measures 7 x 9inches. Photo is dated --none.