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Jack Bradshaw's night at the "History of the Eagles" concert.
The Phile surprised Jim for this birthday!
Julia Wilson wore pearls and a face of reassurance as she and her husband, Robert, took their seats on an airplane operated by Gold Star Airways half a century ago. Robert Wilson had just been released from a sanitarium. Six months earlier he had suffered a mental breakdown — on an airplane.
The episode, “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” based on a short story by Richard Matheson, portrays a man’s descent from anxiety into startling but possibly lifesaving violence as he takes action to stop a “gremlin” that he — and only he — can see on the plane’s left wing tampering with an engine in the middle of a stormy flight. The show became a classic — remade in a movie, honored in song and spoofed on “Saturday Night Live,” “3rd Rock From the Sun” and “The Simpsons.”
Ms. White died on April 14 at 86 in a nursing home in Washington, according to a death notice published May 11 in The Carroll County Times in Maryland.
Her role in the 25 minutes that comprise “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” may not have been as prominent as those of Mr. Shatner or Mr. Cravat. But it was central to the episode and perhaps the most memorable part she played in her quarter-century acting career.