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He was 84. Card was the first film curator of the pho- Actor Jaime Cardriche, best known for his role as Tim in the Malcolm and Eddie television series on UPN, died of complications from gall bladder surgery at a Torrance, California, hospital on July 28, 2000. He was 32. Cardriche was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1968. He attended Oklahoma State University, where he played football. After college Cardriche worked as a professional wrestler known as The Harlem Warlord. He began working in television in the late 1980s, appearing as Winston in several episodes of A Obituaries • 2000 40 to Midnight program and playing the theme to the Amos ’n’ Andy show.
Los Angeles Times, Jan. 29, 2000, B6; New York Times, Jan. 15, 2000, B7. Clark, James B. Film and television director James B. Clark died in Woodland Hills, California, on July 19, 2000. He was 92. Clark was born in Stillwater, 2000 • Obituaries Minnesota, on May 14, 1908. He began his career as an editor in the 1930s, working on such films as Wings of the Morning (1937), Under the Red Robe (1937), Return of the Cisco Kid (1939), Keep Smiling (1939), Inspector Hornleigh (1939), Young People (1940), He Married His Wife (1940), Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum (1940), Haunted Honeymoon (1940), Sun Valley Serenade (1941), How Green Was My Valley (1941), A Very Young Lady (1941), Golden Hoofs (1941), Roxie Hart (1942), Ten Gentlemen from West Point (1942), Iceland (1942), China Girl (1942), Immortal Sergeant (1943), Stormy Weather (1943), Holy Matrimony (1943), Buffalo Bill (1944), The Keys of the Kingdom (1944), Leave Her to Heaven (1945), Captain Eddie (1945), Somewhere in the Night (1946), The Late George Apley (1947), The Foxes of Harrow (1947), Moss Rose (1947), Road House (1948), The Walls of Jericho (1948), I Was a Male War Bride (1949), When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950), My Blue Heaven (1950), You’re in the Navy Now (1951), Bird of Paradise (1951), The Secret of Convict Lake (1951), The Desert Fox (1951), Five Fingers (1952), Stars and Stripes Forever (1952), Dreamboat (1952), Diplomatic Courier (1952), White Witch Doctor (1953), Hell and High Water (1954), Garden of Evil (1954), The Racers (1955), House of Bamboo (1955), The Lieutenant Wore Skirts (1956), 23 Paces to Baker Street (1956), One Wish Too Many (1956), The Girl Can’t Help It (1956), Between Heaven and Hell (1956), An Affair to Remember (1957), Life Is a Circus (1958), and Surprise Package (1960).
T. (1982), A Little Sex (1982), A Return to Salem’s Lot (1987), Out on a Limb (1992) and Netherworld (1992). He also appeared in the telefilms A Special Act of Love (1973), Honor Thy Father (1973), Fer-de-Lance (1974) and A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story (1978). Burr was featured in several daytime soap operas including Love Is a Many Splendored Thing as Lt. Tom Donelly from 1967 to 1969, Love of Life as Paul Raven from 1970 to 1972, Search for Tomorrow as McCready in 1975, and Somerset as Luke MacKenzie in 1976.