Jan Sterling

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VIDEO: The Incredible Hulk: Season 4: Interview with the Hulk

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The Incredible Hulk: Season 4: Interview with the Hulk
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Length: 48:02
Aired: 4/3/1981

Conniving reporter Emerson Fletcher steals a tip intended for Jack McGee and blackmails David into giving him an exclusive interview. watch

VIDEO: Interview With the Hulk

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Interview With the Hulk
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Length: 48:02
Aired: 4/3/1981

A sighting of the Hulk alerts the National Register, but the message is intercepted by a former scientific reporter trying for a newspaper comeback after a personal tragedy. He passes himself off as Jack McGee and recognizes Banner as the supposedly deceased scientist. Jan Sterling and Michael Conrad guest star. watch

VIDEO: Patterns

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Patterns
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Length: 48:00
Aired: 4/3/1981

David becomes an unwary partner in a debt-ridden garment firm. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
1981 First Monday In October Movie, Actor - Christine Snow
1971 Mantrap TV Show Series, Panelist
1969 The Angry Breed Movie, Actor - Gloria Patton
1969 The Minx Movie, Actor - Louise Baxter
1967 The Incident Movie, Actor - Muriel Purvis

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What ever became of the ...

Question: What ever became of the youngest sister from the original Little Women movie?


Answer: Actress Jean Parker, who died on Nov. 30, 2005, at the age of 90, played the youngest March sister, Beth, in Little Women (1933). Born Louise Stephanie Zelinska in Montana, her family moved to Pasadena when she was a child. Her father got a job as head chef at the Green Hotel in Pasadena and her mother worked at the MGM set department. Parker apparently shared her artistic inclinations: She was supposedly discovered when MGM mogul Louis B. Mayer's personal assistant spotted her photo next to a contest-winning poster Parker had painted. Parker made her movie debut with a small role in Rasputin and the Empress (1932) and made dozens of f read more

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