seeing the news of the passing of William Windom made me go dig up my file, paper, of Thurber Carnival 1974
Actor William Windom passed away at 88 this month, he was born in 1923.
I remember seeing him in a million things on TV especially “My World and Welcome to It“ his Emmy award winning time. He won for best actor in a comedy series. The show won the Emmy for best comedy series in 1969-70. He had a wonderful solid voice. I vividly recall the cartoons and situations based on James Thurber, he of New Yorker fame. Earlier he starred in The Farmer’s Daughter (1963-66) where he played a fictional Congressman who had a housekeeper played by Inger Stevens, who died tragically so very young. If there was ever a more beautiful and charming actress, she does not come to my mind.
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