Anne Gwynne, who starred in many classic Universal horror films of
the 1940s, passed away March 31 after suffering a stroke following
surgery at the Motion Picture Country Hospital in Woodland Hills,
Anne Gwynne was always gratified to know just how far and wide interest in
her career had spread. She always appreciated her fans, and
continued to go to collector shows, meeting and greeting fans, signing
pictures, and having her picture taken with fans, up until the last year
of her life.
For more than 60 years -- from her
first professional assignments as a fashion & swimsuit
model until her passing in 2003 -- fans from around the
world continually expressed their affection for Anne,
through fan mail and at Celebrity shows. Ms Gwynne was
always appreciative and grateful to her fans.
The wonder of 'the
silver screen', of motion pictures, is the continued popularity of film-
makers from generation to generation, especially actresses and actors. AnneGwynne.com representatives saw first-hand at the 2005 Monster Bash
just such an occurrence.
youngest fan to appear at the Anne Gwynne memorabilia
table was a 12 year old young film fan who was
remarkably aware of Anne Gwynne's films, and was a sincere fan of Ms.
Gwynne. An extraordinary comment on the 'magic',
the charisma, the
magnetism, of actress
In this exceptional way, Anne Gwynne will live on in the hearts and
minds of fans, for as long as there are motion pictures. And that's
|by Greg Gilford
Anne Gwynne's son