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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> Miami Area TELEVISION and RADIO PERSONALITIES Historical Photo Gallery - click on image to view >> Rick Shaw, the voice of South Florida Rock 'n Roll Radio Photo Gallery - click on image to view > Mid to late 1960's - the Rick Shaw Show's Pat Mortimer lip syncing a Petula Clark tune
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Mid to late 1960s - the Rick Shaw Shows Pat Mortimer lip syncing a Petula Clark tune
Mid to late 1960's Chuck Stewart Collection

Mid to late 1960's - the Rick Shaw Show's Pat Mortimer lip syncing a Petula Clark tune

Miami Beach, Florida


From the Chuck Stewart Collection. The video is on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_pFFlVL1Wo

Chuck Stewart was a producer for WLBW-TV (and later WPLG-TV), Miami's Channel 10, and he has posted a lot of old videos such as the above at: http://www.youtube.com/profile_videos?p=r&user=conkyjoe


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Don Boyd24-Jul-2016 05:03
Patricia's daughter: can you tell us more about her such as when she got married, number of children, and when she passed, which I'm very sorry to hear. Thank you.

Don
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Guest 23-Jul-2016 06:37
My mother, Patricia. I am so proud of her and miss her so much. I love you mommy!
Don Boyd06-Jun-2016 07:38
Thank you for providing her high school and graduation year. Perhaps someday she will comment on her experiences lip-synching the songs for Rick's TV show.

Don
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Guest 06-Jun-2016 00:29
She went to Coral Gables High, graduated in 1964. Haven't seen her in many years.
Louis 31-Jul-2008 03:37
Does anyone know what this girl went on to be? I remember watching her on TV when I was a kid, she was my favorite! Beautiful, mind you I was around 8 years old at the time. Amazing videos, these bring back some very fond memories. Rick Shaw was an amazing guy, what a show! I remember one holiday show he did at the Northside Shopping Center, fireworks, it was great!