Updated Januar31, 2006 URL is www.tentativetimes.net/05fhm/gallery2.html
2005 James Dean Festival
in Fairmount, Indiana
September 23 - 25
Fans at David Loehr's James Dean
Memorial Gallery and Museum, page 2
Please scroll down and down. I made the pictures bigger this year, because of the importance of the 50th Anniversary of James Dean's death.
Lawrence Frascella snaps Lookalike winner David Wozniak who is holding Francella and Al Wiesel's new book, James Dean, Live Fast, Die Young.
Two best friends, Jesse Dillinger and Jennifer Tappan met at the gallery. They have been loyal friends to the James Dean Remembered fan club. Jen is a stylist in KOKOMO INDIANA and can be reached at JenT2000@aol.com Jen does awesome hair for some of the lookalike candidates.
A fan from New York and lookalike Del Rey from Illinois
Abra is the Gallery mascot.
The Will Rogers lookalike is Nick Parsons from Virginia City, VA. His grandmother lives in Fairmount.
Bad battery. Bad camera. Sorry, ladies!
Hello, Dean fan without a name. Y'all can send names to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I now pronounce all of us with saddle shoes a club. We will be the Saddle Shoed. We are inarguably cool, 50's cool. We must be; the winners in the dance contest this year wore saddle shoes. We deserve a costume contest of our own. I hereby declare this lady in the yellow 1950's rock and roll cool outfit the winner for 2005. Queen of Cool, will you send in your name? e-mail email@example.com
Roni Howard, fan club member from Utah, on her way to North Carolina and then to Mississippi to work in Hurricane Rita relief. When you retire, you can have all those adventures.
From Great Britain, 2 fans talking with author George Perry.
Susan Brock from Missouri has been a fan for 20 years. She converted Dann Norton of Illinois several years ago. Cute pair of fans! Not married to each other, just friends. But if they were married, and they had some children, they'd be a beautiful family!
Lookalike winner Scott Brim, Valencia CA, in red jacket.
Here's the link to PAGE THREE of fans at the Gallery.
Here's a link back to the index for this fine weekend
Visit David Loehr's James Dean Gallery on-line at www.jamesdeangallery.com
Here's a link back to the deaners.net index
Here's the CMG's James Dean website
Page made by Sandra Weinhardt, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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