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  • Skeeter Vaughan - IMDb

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    Skeeter Vaughan, Actor: The Six Million Dollar Man. Skeeter Vaughan was born on December 4, 1922 in Riverside County, California, USA as George Vaughan. He was an actor, known for The Six Million Dollar Man (1974), Revolution (1985) and Magnum, P.I. (1980).

  • Skeeter Vaughan; Film Actor, Stuntman - latimes

    articles.latimes.com/1989-03-17/news/mn-1659_1_skeeter-vaughan

    Skeeter Vaughan, 66, who appeared as an actor and stuntman in more than 100 films, television shows and commercials. As a film actor, he was seen in "The Last of the Mohicans," "Revolution" and

  • George “Skeeter” Vaughan (1922–1989) was... - Bowie knife ...

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    George “Skeeter” Vaughan (1922–1989) was raised on an Indian reservation in California and as a boy hunted small game with throwing knives. By the time...

  • Skeeter Vaughan | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos ...

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    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Skeeter Vaughan on AllMovie - American actor Skeeter Vaughan was raised on a Cherokee Indian reservation (where he was called…

  • Skeeter Vaughan - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Skeeter Vaughan Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Skeeter Vaughan photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!

  • Skeeter Vaughan - Biography - IMDb

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    Skeeter Vaughan was born on December 4, 1922 in Riverside County, California, USA as George Vaughan. He was an actor, known for The Six Million ...

  • Notable Military History - The "Sticking Point" Home Page

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    Notable Military History: The only reference we could find [ed.] is the story told by Harry McEvoy in one of his books. It is the story of Skeeter Vaughan.

  • Impalement arts - Wikipedia

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    Impalement arts are a type of performing art in which a performer plays the role of human target for a fellow performer who demonstrates ... George "Skeeter" Vaughan ...

  • The Art Of Earl J. Cacho - Frontier Partisans

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    Resurrecting old memories of Skeeter Vaughan throwing tomahawks and knives in Wrightwood also sparked the memory of the work of artist Earl J. Cacho.

  • Skeeter Vaughn re enactment of 87 foot throw with 15 inch ...

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    Mike Alamo Bainton is asked by the History channel to re enact the famous Skeeter Vaughn throw from 1942. Skeeter threw a knife downhill in the dark 87 feet ...

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