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Subject: Anybody's who's grown up on American TV of the 1950s/60s, remembers the sound engineer credits name of Glen Glenn? He and his wife were killed in auto accident. ...

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Date Posted: Thursday, April 23, 04:30:24pm
In reply to: For years, depression and alcoholism followed WŁtherich, culminating in conviction of attempted murder of his wife. In 1981, a drunk WŁtherich was killed in single car accident. 's message, "Reminds me of the late Rolf Karl WŁtherich (1927-1981), German engineer and racer who was with friend James Dean in Dean's fatal 1955 car crash. WŁtherich survived the crash with a double fractured jaw and serious hip and femur injuries, troubling him throughout his life. ..." on Thursday, April 23, 02:18:48pm

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In August 1960, Glen Glenn and his wife Mary Helen were both killed in an automobile accident while vacationing in New Brunswick, Canada. Their car plunged off of a high dirt road and landed in the water of the Newcastle Creek in Queens County, New Brunswick, Canada. Glenn was 52 years old.

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I remember it well, and still see it on the old shows...Never knew about the accident, tho.Here is a link to some background on Glen Glenn Sound Co.Thursday, April 23, 04:46:51pm
Makes me sick, that 60 years after their untimely deaths, the are BOTH buried in UNmarked graves. -But Glenn's legacy lives, as The Glen Glenn Sound company services have since been used on over 20,000 movies and TV series episodes! ... ...The sound engineering studio in Hollywood still bares his name 60 years later.Thursday, April 23, 05:07:10pm

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