Thanks. I could be very wrong…as it’s hard to tell from various images I have researched on the net. You can also use these emails to report directly: [email protected] | [email protected]. George also played piano at the resort. Although some details of her life in the above links do appear correct and believable, the birth dates and year of her supposed passing are highly suspect, as well as her second husband.
Thanx for hosting this forum Jim! About finding out more about our Miss Logue, has anyone thought of going through the Alumni association at the University of Hawaii? Read the stream of comments below this video: Elizabeth was in an obscure Italian film, also released in France, called Odyssée Nue, circa 1961, shot on location in Tahiti.
I have collected considerable research online that may help you in that quest, if interested. Ray If you ever google movie posters for this film, you will notice just how expensive they are, due to the rarity factor, and obscure content. Specifically, a son that would now be around 45 yrs of age? ?, but I did work with Phronsie Sanders, who was in the pilot episode with Jack Lord. I’m not sure though and I haven’t tried to download it.
http://archives.starbulletin.com/96/10/21/features/index.html Unfortunately, those links are broken. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Cover model, Life Magazine, REPORTED AND PHOTO ILLUSTRATED AS A VERY BELIEVABLE AGE 24, Oct 8, 1965 Only her college friend and myself are privy to that info, and my promise is that I will never disclose that to anyone. In the 1960s, a poster girl for the Hawaii Visitors Bureau; and also worked as a reservation agent at Hawaiian Air Lines, according to the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. | Logue was not, by the way, the “hula girl” from the credits. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. She introduces the film, Hawaii, and provides a brief narrative and travelogue of the islands. If my mother were still alive she would be 78 years old. Based on my extensive research, I think there’s a strong likelihood that she’s still around, and I hope you will one day have the opportunity to reunite. Your email address will not be published. I came across this site and I thought that I would share my thoughts. Perhaps too, this information on the internet may be able to be changed someday, if it can be refuted from other, more credible sources.
Of Hawaiian, Chinese, and English descent. ( she has a long Hawaiian last name and I think ‘Logue’ is from a previous marriage, I dunno ). Instead of remembering things as they were, we want to resurrect, reform, and renew. I am just as much stunned by the model in the intro’s beauty today as I was as a child watching the show. If she doesn’t though it is comforting to know she is alive and well. Fantastic compilation of images and good summary of Elizabeth Logue’s distant past by a French blogger. Ray, Now I know – Elizabeth Logue! She is an actress, known for Hawaii (1966) and Nude Odyssey (1961). That seems a little old. I am currently watching (one or two a day of) all of the old episodes of Hawaii Five-O, with aired when I was a young man in my 20’s; I’m now late into H5-O, Season 7. We endeavor to be promptly responsive in correcting errors in the material published on digital platforms. I doubt that she was aware of the fact that, for the first time in over 50 years, a digitally remastered CD has been released for the soundtrack of Odissea Nuda. She’s aware of the interest in her, but I would rather allow that process to evolve naturally, and without pressure from outside sources. With the new 5-0 show having started, it renewed my curiosity in the old show and I found a You Tube of the original show’s intro. Give me a bit to muster up that info via another format. http://tinyurl.com/9w85yca, Poster with Enrico Salerno getting a double kiss. Ray (Some of you are confusing her with a 56 year old who passed on in 1988. The debut of the original Hawaii Five O was in 1967-68 timeframe. That being said, I sure wish Kimo was around so that I could poke some fun at him, in a nice way of course. Something doesn’t look right there…it doesn’t look like Enrico, but I could be wrong. Ray (a.k.a, ‘The Riddle of the Logue’), “[Oswald] was employed by the Central Intelligence Agency and was obviously drawn into a scapegoat situation and made to believe ultimately that he was penetrating the assassination. Her debut on Broadway, “Brigadoon”, May 2, 1950, age 18, followed by several other productions during the early 1950s, including “New Faces.” Logue (Haole), from Flushing NY, was age 15 in 1947 during the formative stages of her dancing career (see pages 63-66, and note also that there is little resemblance to any Chinese/Hawaiian/English heritage):http://tinyurl.com/35lz6rs, It was reported earlier that she later married Andrew in 1953, at about age 23, while dancing professionally on Broadway. She probably had NO idea that the one-day’s work continue to give happiness to audiences 30 years on. I believe this is a good image of Elizabeth from a poster of the French version of the film known as: “Adventure in Tahiti”: http://tinyurl.com/aqp8kg4, An excellent image of Elizabeth with the lead actor Enrico Maria Salerno. http://studiopluche.blogspot.com/2016/07/. She was 24 years old. Isn’t she the most beautiful woman you’ve ever seen? My only inquiry was to see if there was any new information on her as of late that may have come your way. Mahalo. I thank her too for the kind reply and hope to meet you too someday in Hawaii.