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Did he really give an "acclaimed performance as Big Brother" in Nineteen Eighty-Four for CBS? I only ask because in the novel and every other adaptation with which I am familiar, Big Brother is purely a face appearing on posters, with no acting or speech or performance of any kind involved. Did he, in fact, perhaps play O'Brien, and there has been some sort of mix-up? Angmering 10:51, 20 Aug 2004 (UTC)
- Greene performed in a telecast of 1984, which was an episode of Westinghouse's Studio One (a show somewhat like PBS's Masterpiece Theatre). The episode aired September 21, 1953. All sources I can find online state that Greene played Big Brother; but then, I don't necessarily trust the online sources I've found thusfar. The actual episode is archived at the Pop Culture Library at Bowling Green State University, and can be viewed by anyone willing to travel to Bowling Green, Ohio to do it. Any takers? -- SwissCelt 18:45, 25 February 2006 (UTC)
- Hmmmmmmmm, tricky to verify then. It still seems highly unlikely to me, unless they rather drastically changed the plot! Angmering 06:52, 9 June 2006 (UTC)
That photo can't be Greene
I think that photo is a case of vandalism and needs to be changed. I believe that pic is meant for the Lorne character from the Angel TV show
UPDATE: Photo updated! Awesome!
Involment in WOW
"He gave up on a career in Blacksmithing and, upon graduation, found a job as a Miner for the Miners Guild of Ironforge (IF). He was assigned as the principal cockbuster on the WoW Ladder. The CBC gave him the nickname "Cotane Bluderbuss"; however, his role in delivering distressing war news in sonorous tones following Azeroth's entry into The Horde and Alliance War in 12 BC caused many listeners to call him "The Great betrayer". During his raid days, Greene invented a stopwatch that boosted intellect +10. Its purpose was to help casters gain valueable mana. He also narrated documentary films, such as the Slaying of the Boar's Finding Northrend (15 BC). In 17 BC Greene played the role of the prosecutor in the socially controversial movie Tauren love."
ICE CAPADES SHOW HOST IN ATLANTIC CITY IN 1968 or 1969
I met Lorne Greene at this show, shortly after his child: Gillian, was born He took a seat next to me, at the Ice Capades. Bobbi Gentry was also there Questions: What was the name of the song that he sang
The exact filming date Name of the Ice Capades Show Atlantic City Press Photos (Lorne was seated next to me when these photos were taken)
Just wanted to say that I thought this page was very well done! I never saw the above photo of him from his broadcast days. I do believe that David Dortort had used him once in his first Western (prior to Bonanza) and thought he'd be a good Ben Cartwright.- SL —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:33, 26 May 2009 (UTC)
"...he was rather incongruously cast as Ludwig van Beethoven in an episode of the televised version of You Are There." Has the author ever seen a picture of Beethoven? Greene looks a great deal like him. I'm going to delete "rather incongruously". WilliamSommerwerck (talk) 04:55, 6 May 2013 (UTC)