Just a head’s up.
The following items have just been put up on E-bay. Two fantastic photos of James, along with a First Edition Book, “Midnight Baby”.
Dory Previn was a former child actress, who later — along with her husband, Andre Previn — wrote and performed original compositions; many which were award winners.
What makes the book unique, is that James had the foresight to purchase an autographed copy. The signed copy is a one-of-a-kind collector’s item.
You can find them here:
These items are offered for sale to help with James’ on-going medical expenses; many of which are not covered by medical insurance. Your purchase will help in defraying these costs, and will be much appreciated.
Just wanted to add a little something more. Thanks everyone for the birthday wishes!
Merry Christmas to all!
Seems the Seasons are passing and we are again approaching the Christmas Holidays. So here is a little greeting from Ruby, James and — of course — Santa Claus!
Blessings to everyone, with wishes for a joy-filled Christmas for you and your families.
I know we’re a little late for Halloween, but James wanted to share this with you. Wishing everyone a wonderful Fall season, filled with a lot of color and beautiful blue skies!
One of the things that constantly amazes me is the impact Jim Stacy has had on so many people; and the things he has inspired. Of course there is his tremendous personal courage, the fact he has maintained a wicked sense of humor and remains so supportive of his fans; but there are also lighter things as well.
Jim has inspired a lot of fan fiction. In fact, a baby picture of Jim as a toddler inspired Mary Hardwick (our beloved SouthernFrau) to write her wonderful “Brat Pack” stories; brilliant bits of fiction about a very young, very mischievous, tell-it-as-it-is little Johnny and his older brother, Squat. The stories are priceless.
In turn, Jim’s inspiration for Mary’s story became an even bigger inspiration for Mary’s mother, Caroline. So much so, Caroline surprised Mary with a wonderful gift.
Let me introduce you to one more thing Jim has inspired: Baby Johnny, complete with red shirt, conchos and leather pants; and those absolutely wonderful blue eyes.
Who wouldn’t be inspired to cuddle up with Baby Johnny?
Before “Lancer”, Jim guest starred on many network shows. One of them was the series “The Monroes”.
Tammy Locke (TammyLocke.com) starred on that series as the youngest Monroe child, little Amy.
Tammy not only starred in the show, she also collected a number of autographs of other actors and actresses who appeared on the show. She has photographed these autographs and they appear on her website, along with information about her varied careers and her passions.
One of those autographs is the one posted below. Tammy has graciously consented to allow us to post this image; which gives a great insight to not only Jim’s quirky sense of humor, but his faith in himself and his abilities. Enjoy.
Thanks again, Tammy, for sharing!