Stanley Ralph Ross was an American writer and actor. He was raised in Brooklyn New York, starting his career in advertising With Chudacoff and Margulis Advertising in West Los Angeles, then soon going to work as a writer on various television shows such as the 1960s Batman series starring Adam West and also The Monkees, and developed Wonder Woman for television with Douglas S. Cramer. Ross was sometimes credited as Sue Donem, a pun on "pseudonym".
Stanley Ross was a moniker used by American indie songwriter Nicholas Meiers based in Chicago, Illinois. Meiers is also the owner/operator of Nodak Records, a split seven inch vinyl label based in Chicago. Meiers began performing as Stanley Ross, solo or with a band, in 2004. He has performed in numerous bands over the years including Lardo, Soft Jolts, Devin Davis, Love Story in Blood Red, The Last Cannibals, Harbor Lights, and Barbeau. In 2011, Meiers appeared vocally on the debut album of Chi
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Ralph Edmund Stanley was an American bluegrass artist, known for his distinctive singing and banjo playing. Stanley began playing music in 1946, originally with his older brother Carter Stanley as part of The Stanley Brothers, and most often as the leader of his band, The Clinch Mountain Boys. He was also known as Dr. Ralph Stanley. He was part of the first generation of bluegrass musicians and was inducted into both the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor and the Grand Ole Opry.
Arthur Howe Ross was a Canadian professional ice hockey player and executive from 1905 until 1954. Regarded as one of the best defenders of his era by his peers, he was one of the first to skate with the puck up the ice rather than pass it to a forward. He was on Stanley Cup championship teams twice in a playing career that lasted thirteen seasons; in January 1907 with the Kenora Thistles and 1908 with the Montreal Wanderers. Like other players of the time, Ross played for several different team
As the voice of Grodd for the entire 3rd season (1978) and his 1983 appearance.As the voice of Nartan for the Season 3 (1978), episode: Doomsday.As the voice of an old Indian for the Season 3 (1978), episode: The History of Doom.As the voice of Doctor Frankenstein for the Season 4 (1979), episode: The Superfriends Meet Frankenstein.
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Notable voice credits include: 1. Babe: Pig in the City(1998, Live Action/Puppet Film) Doberman, Pitbull 2. Captain Planet and the Planeteers(1990, Animated Series) (additional voices) 3. Incredible Hulk, The(1982, Animated Series) Quasimodo in "When Monsters Meet" 4. InHumanoids(1986, Animated Series) Redlen 5. InHumanoids: The Movie(1986, Animated Film) Redlen 6. Paw Paws(1985, Animated Series) Dark Paw 7. Richie Rich(1980, Animated Series) (additional voices) 8. Space Stars(1981, Animated Series) (additional voices)The 1960's Batman TV series (1 episode, 1966) "The Bird's Last Jest" as Barney 'Ballpoint' Baxter(uncredited)The Man from U.N.C.L.E.(1 episode, 1966) "0011 Napoleon Solo" as a BeatnikBanacek(1 episode, 1972) "A Million the Hard Way" as Larry FieldsIn the movie, Candy Stripe Nurses(1974) as Dr. Kramer
Rossdied of lung cancer on March 16, 2000 leaving behind a wife and three children. He was buried in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. His grave reads: Larger Than Life Beloved Son, Husband, Father, Grandfather STANLEY RALPH ROSS July 22, 1935 - March 16, 2000 "Thanks, I Had A Wonderful Time!"Stanley Ralph Ross at Voice ChasersStanley Ralph Ross at WikepediaStanley Ralph Ross at the Internet Movie DatabaseStanley Ralph Ross (1935-2000) at Find a Grave
Acted as a regular in Falcon Crest (1981), Superior Court (1986), about 60 shows all together. More than 1000 commercials as a voice and was a regular voice on such cartoons as Red Planet (1994), Superman (1988), SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984), Challenge of the Superfriends (1978), Ri¢hie Ri¢h (1982), and many more.
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The Art Ross Trophy was presented to the National Hockey League (NHL) in 1947 by Arthur Howey "Art" Ross, former General Manager and head coach of the Boston Bruins and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee as a player. Elmer Lach of the Montreal Canadiens was the winner of the first Art Ross Trophy, which was awarded at the conclusion of the 1947–48season. Players from the Pittsburgh Penguins have won the trophy 15 times (all within a 26-season span from 1987–88 to 2014–15); the Edmonton Oilers are in second place with three players winning it 10 times; and the Montreal Canadiens and Chicago Blackhawks are tied for third, as players from those teams have won it nine times each. Although Joe Thornton, winner from the 2005–06 season, started the season playing for the Boston Bruins, he finished with the San Jose Sharks and the award counts for the Sharks. Therefore, Boston Bruinshave seven players winning the trophy, fifth overall. From 1963 to 2001, Marcel Dionne and Bryan Trottier were the...
1. Art Ross Trophyat NHL.com 2. Art Ross Trophy historyat Legends of Hockey.net
Mar 27, 2000 · Stanley Ralph Ross, prolific writer, producer and actor in film and TV, died March 16 in Los Angeles of lung cancer. He was 64. Ross was first and foremost a writer.
Mar 16, 2000 · Stanley Ralph Ross was a script writer who contributed to good portion of the episodes of the series Batman and the majority of episodes of the series Wonder Woman. Whil working for Greenway Productions on batman in 1967 he was approched to write a script for a pilot for a Wonder Woman series.
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