ICONS/CHARACTERS/ LEGENDS BORN HERE OR THEIR IMAGE WAS
Mr. Peppermint
John Fullinwider
Stanley Marcus
Buffalo George Toomer
Rufus Higginbotham
Angus and Shannon Wynne
Bill Clements
Anyone named Hunt
Annette Strauss
Al Carrell
The Texas Kid
Ebby Halliday
Ross Perot
W. A. Criswell
John Wiley Price
Priscilla Davis
Joe Bob Briggs
Max Goldblatt
Blackie Sherrod
Ron Chapman
Stoney Burns
Bob Strauss
Crazy Ray
Tom Landry
Molly Ivins
Ashley Bellamy

LITERARY LIFE Books about Dallas
Dallas Architecture, 1936-1986, David Dillon
Dallas Drop, Richard Abshire
Dallas Stories, by Marshall Terry
The Highland Park Woman, by A. C. Greene
North Dallas Forty, by Peter Gent
The Accommodation, by Jim Schutze
The Boys in Blue, by Carlton Stowers
Afoot in a Field of Men and Other Stories From Dallas’ East Side, by Pat Taylor
In the New World: Growing Up With America, by Lawrence Wright
Classic Clint: The Laughs and Times of Clint Murchison, by Dick Hitt
Heart of a Lion, The Man Inside Landry, by Bob St. John
Hidden City: Oak Cliff, Texas by Bill Minutaglio
Hidden Dallas, by Kirk Dooley
Dallas Nude, by Charles Collum
The Murchisons, by Jane Wolfe
Texas Rich; The Hum Dynasty, by Harry Hurt III
Who’s Minding the Store, by Stanley Marcus
Sketches of a Growing Town, by Darwin Payne
Time Change: An Alternative View of the History of Dallas, by Roy Williams and Kevin Shay
Dallas Down, by Richard Moran
Justice Denied, by Joyce Ann Brown

Dallas Authors IF THEY’RE NOT NATIVE-BORN, THEIR WORK IS
(Authors may have more than one book-not all are listed)
John Howard Griffin-Black Like Me
Hugh Prather-There is a Place Where You Are Not Alone
Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey-A Woman of Independent Means
Tim Seibles-Body Moves
Joanne Leedom-Ackerman- No Marble Angels
Neil Sperry-Neil Sperry’s Complete Guide to Texas Gardening
Ole Anthony-Cross Fire
Jerry Buchmeyer-Et Cetera
Paul Coggins-The Lady Is The Tiger
Howard Garrett-Plants of the Metroplex
Roxy Gordon-Some Things I Did
Alan Govenar-Living Texas Blues
Payne Harrison-Storming Intrepid
Bryan Woolley- The Edge of the West
William Jones-Black Cinema: Treasures Lost And Found
Lee and Virginia McAlester-A Field Guide to American Houses
Jack Myers-As Long As You’re Happy
Wallace Savage-Bait of Perjury
Sheryl St. Germain-Mask of Medusa
Chuck Taylor-The Drifter
Robert Tomsho-The American Sanctuary Movement
Rosalind Wright-Veracruz
Richard D. Carson-Never Get a Tatoo
Skip Bayless-God’s Coach: The Hymns, Hype and Hypocrisy of Tom Landry’s Cowboys
George Toomer-Before I Forget, Fifties Reflections Through a Jaded Eye
Terry Southern-Dr. Strangelove
Natalie Ornish-Pioneering Jewish Texans
Jane Roberts Wood-The Train to Estelline
Jim Atkinson and John Bloom-Evidence of Love
Michael Ennis-Byzantium
Maryln Schwartz-The Southern Belle Primer
The Scholz sisters-Deep in the Heart of Texas
Ravi Batra-Great Depression of 1990
Steven C. Lo-The Incorporation of Eric Chung
Charles Dyer-The Rise of Babylon
John Walvoord-Armageddon, Oil, and the Middle East
Prudence Mackintosh-Thundering Sneakers
Larry Dossey, MD-Beyond Illness; Space, Time and Medicine
Jim Moore-Conspiracy of One
Carlton Stowers-Careless Whispers
Hugh Aynesworth-Murderers Among Us
Joe Bob Briggs-Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-in
Craig Hall-News of My Death... How I Survived the Texas Crash
Rob Allyn-Front Runner
Paul Zane Pilzer-Other People’s Money: The Inside Story of the S & L Mess
Joe Coomer-Decatur Road
Alex Burton-The Biggest Float in the Parade
Russ Pate-ADMAN
C. W. Smith-Buffalo Nickle
John Hawkins-Texas Cheerleaders
Richard West-West’s Texas
David Marquis-I Am a Teacher
Frank Schaeffer-The Scapeweed Goat
Nancy McKool-Fathers and Daughters
Playwrights with Dallas Roots
D. L. Coburn-won the Pulitzer for The Gin Game
Jack Heifner-Vanities
Preston Jones-Texas Trilogy

ART Artists Born Here (AS WITH ART ITSELF, A HARD LIST TO DEFINE)
Al Kidwell
Sean Early
Donna Howell Sickles
Martin Delabano
Billy Hassell
David Bates
Charles DeBus
Judy DeSanders
Woodrow Blagg Jr.
Harold Clayton
Rick Bibby
James Allumbaugh
Kaleta Doolin
Patrick Faulhaber
Cindy Hurt
Manuel Mauricio
Jack Mims
Fred McElroy
Brad Michael Moore
Jesus Bautista Moroles
Bob Nunn
Tom Orr
Carol Wilder
Susie Moody
Arthello Beck

Careers Born Here
Frank X. Tolbert II
Dan Rizzie
Linnea Glatt
Anne Stautberg Pam Nelson
Lee Smith
James Watral
Frances Bagley
Wayne Amerine
Nancy Ferro
Stuart Kraft
Gail Norfleet
Susie Phillips
Art Shirer
Sue Benner
James Dowell
Bob Wade
George Green
Jean Lacy
Bart Forbes
Albert Scherbarth

Syndicated Cartoonists
Marian Henley, Maxine!
Buddy Hickerson, The Quigmans

BUSINESSES DALLAS-BORN WITH A NATIONAL PROFILE
Sound Warehouse
Liquid Paper
Horchow catalogues
The Container Store
Bright Ideas
Texas Instruments
Blockbuster Video
Half Price Books
Amtech
EDS
Perot Systems
The Perot Group
CompuAdd
ClubCorp International
Chief Auto Parts
Rosewood Corp.
Trammell Crow Co.
Bloom Companies
The Richards Group
Tracy-Locke
The Zig Zigiar Corp.
The Southland
Corp. /7-Eleven Food Stores
Southwest Airlines
Jani-King International
The Cooper Clinic
Hunt Oil Co.
Taylor Publishing Co.
A.H. Belo Corp.
E-Systems
Fitz and Floyd
Cullum Companies
Michaels/MJDesigns
The LTV Corp.
National Cheerleaders
Association
Home Interiors & Gifts
WordTemps
Micrografx
Alexander & Alexander, Inc.
Kel-Gar Inc., makers of the Stroller Holder
Varo Corp.
Continental Electronics
Burgess Industries
Dresser Industries
Tricia Wilson Design, hotel interiors
Campbell Taggart, Inc.
Wolfe & Co., theatrical design

NOTABLE INVENTIONS A MERE SAMPLING
The pocket calculator
The microchip
The canine sauna
The Comedy Defensive Driving School
The Norwood A-12 car
The convenience store
Big hair
Top 40 radio
North Central Expressway
Toll Tags
The S&L Crisis
MADD, Mothers Against Drunk Driving
The Church of the Sub-genius

THE DALLAS LOOK A FEW OF THE REASONS WE LOOK THE WAY WE DO
Jerry Hall
Kim Dawson
Morgan Fairchild
Cowboy Cheerleaders
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Barry Wells, tie designer
Victor Costa
Bea Harper Designs
Barboglio
Haggar
BeautiControl Cosmetics
Resistol Hats
Sandra Garratt, created the "Units" look
Watters & Watters, bridesmaid dresses
Neiman Marcus
Fossil watches
Jerell, Inc.
Multiples At Home
Ginnie Johansen
Lori Bagley, model
Angie Harmon, model
Jan Strimple, model
Sharon Summerall, model
Diane DeWitt, model
Ed Locke, model
House of Monster, kids clothing
Tracy Feith, see page 42
Peggy Taylor Talent
Cynthia Moon, designer
Todd Oldham, see page 58

NATIVE CELEBRITIES
Tommy Bond and Spanky McFarland of "Our Gang"
Robby Benson, voice of the beast in Beauty and the Beast
Aaron Spelling, producer of "Charlie’s Angels” and "Dynasty"
L.M. Kit Carson, co-author of Paris, Texas and author of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Lulu Smith, "Hee Haw" alum
Steve Railsback, Charles Manson in Helter Skelter
Stuart Margolin. Angel on "The Rockford Files"
Regina Taylor, stars in "I’ll Fly Away"
Patricia Richardson, stars in "Home Improvement"
Brynn Thayer, television actress
James Noble, played the governor on "Benson"
Barney the Dinosaur
Bob Banner, heads successful independent production company in Hollywood
John Alonzo, cinematographer, Chinatown and Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Chantal Westerman, ABC morning show
Rody Kent, casting agent

MOVIES MADE IN OUR OWN BACK YARD
Ruby
Logan’s Run
JFK
Talk Radio
Bom on the Fourth of July
Problem Child
RoboCop
The Karate Kid
Semi-Tough
Bonnie and Clyde
Phantom of the Paradise
Silkwood
Benji
State Fair
Square Dance
Trip to Bountiful
The Thin Blue Line
Executive Action
True Stories
The Killer Shrews
The Giant Gila Monster

Television Shows Shot in Dallas
"Dallas"
"Dangerous Curves"-CBS’ new late-night drama

EATING DALLAS Restaurants OUR MOST NATIONALLY PROMINENT CHAINS
Grandy’s
Pizza Inn
Chili’s
La Madeleine
Sfuzzi
The Black-Eyed Pea/Dixie House
On The Border
Steak and Ale/Bennigan’s
I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt
El Chico
El Fenix
The Old Spaghetti Warehouse

Products
West End Lager and Texas Bluebonnet beers
Mozzarella Company
Morgen Chocolates
Take Stock, prepared soup stocks
Texas Gourmet Picante Sauce
La Créme coffees
Jimmy Dean sausage
Texas Hooies, cheese straws
Ham I Am-produces Cha Cha Chips and Muy Mucho Hot Sauce
Momo’s pasta sauces
Taste Teasers-jalapeno products
Cooking With Amber, Inc.
Tolbert’s Chili Mix and Tolbert’s Texas Hot Sauce
Tommaso’s Fresh Pasta
Red River Chili
Mariano Martinez’s margarita mix
Oak Farms Milk
Cabell’s Milk

Icons
Brownie’s
Club Schmitz
Fletcher’s Corny Dogs
Sonny Bryan’s Smokehouse
Tolbert’s
The Mecca
Adair’s
Luna’s Tortilla Factory
Prince of Hamburgers
Keller’s Drive-in
Highland Park Cafeteria
Guadalajara
Ruth’s Chris Steak House
Clara’s Kitchen
Goff’s Hamburgers
Rudolph’s Market and Sausage Factory
Wyatt’s Cafeteria

SPORTS NATIVE-BORN ATHLETES AND SPORTS RELATED STUFF
Harvey Martin
Paul Wylie. silver medalist/Olympic skater
Andy Granatelli, auto racer Spud Webb
Lee Elder, first African-American to play in the Masters, 1975
Doug English, all-pro defensive lineman, Detroit Lions
Lamar Hunt, founder of the AFL
Kyle Rote, Jr.
Lee Trevino
Doak Walker
Larry Johnson, NBA rookie with Charlotte Hornets
Michael Johnson. Oak Cliff sprinter; predicted to take the gold in summer Olympics
Curtis Cokes, boxer
Dallas Cowboys
Ernie Banks. Hall of Famer
Hoop-It-Up
Dallas Mavericks
Susan B. Komen Race for the Cure
Beckett Baseball Card Monthly
Lawrence "Herkie" Herkimer, founder of the National Cheerleader Supply Co. and creator of the famous "Herkie" jump
The Von Erichs
Ricky Pierce, basketball player with Seattle
Don January, golfer
Anne Smith, tennis champ
Heisman trophy winners: Davey O’Brien and Tim Brown

THE SOUND OF DALLAS Musicians Born Here
Marvin Lee Aday, better known as Meatloaf; appeared in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Wayne’s World
Stephen Stills-"For What It’s Worth"
Sly Stone of Sly and the Family Stone-’Everyday People"
Jimmie Vaughan-"Tough Enough"
Tevin Campbell-"Round and Round"
Trini Lopez-"If I Had a Hammer"
Al "TNT" Braggs-"Share Your Love With Me"
Michael Martin Murphy- "Wildfire"
Roy Hargrove-see page 62 Bobbi Humphrey, jazz flautist
Jerry Fisher-sang with Blood, Sweat and Tears Bruce Chanel-"Hey Baby"

Careers Born Here
Ray Price-"For the Good Times"; "Crazy Arms"
T-Bone Walker-’Stormy Monday Blues"
Ray Charles-yes, believe it or not.
Ray Wylie Hubbard-’Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother"
Mouse and the Traps (with Bugs Henderson)-"Public Execution"
Johnnie Taylor-"Disco Lady"
Dusty Hill and Frank Beard of ZZ Top-"La Grange"
Dixie Chicks-"Thank Heavens for Dale Evans"
Sara Hickman-"I Couldn’t Help Myself"
Edie Brickell and the New Bohemians-"What Am"
The Mac Band-"Roses are Red"
Steve Miller-"Space Cowboy"; "The Joker"
Boz Scaggs-"Lido Shuffle"; "Lowdown"; "JoJo"
Vince Vance & The Valiants-"Bomb Iran"
Kenny and The Kasuals- "Journey Through Time"
Michael Nesmith of The Monkees-"Daydream Believer"
Dan Seals-"Bop"
Sid King and The Five Strings-"Oobie Doobie"
Five Americans-’"Western Union"
The Nitecaps-"Wine, Wine, Wine"
Mac Curtis-"If I Had a Woman"
Brave Combo-"Do Something Different"
Killbilly-"Muddy Rio Grande"
Vanilla Ice-"Ice, Ice, Baby"
Ten Hands-"Alligator Eyes"
Pop Poppins-"On a Moving Train"
Willis Alan Ramsey-wrote "Muskrat Love"
The Butt Hole Surfers-"I Smoke Elvis Presley’s Toenails"
Cafe Noir-"La Manouche"

The Music Biz
Dragon Street Records Buddy Magazine
Showco-concert sound systems
Vari-Lite-concert stage lighting
Snuff Garrett, record producer

The Songs about Us
"Big D"
"Deep Elem Blues" by the Shelton Brothers
"Dallas Cowboys" by Charley Pride
"Dallas Alice" by Joe Stampley
"Backside Of Dallas" by Jeannic C. Riley
"Goin" to Dallas" by Lightnin’ Hopkins
"Makin’ Up For Lost Time" by Crystal Gayle
"Oak Cliff Bra" by Edie Brickell
"Dallas In The Rain" by Clyde Crell
"Alice You’ve Made Dallas" by Lee Ferell
"’Hot Nite In Dallas" by Moon Martin
"Saturday Night In Dallas" by Kenny Seratt
And the following have recorded songs called "Dallas"-Jimmy Buffett, Floyd Cramer, Joe Ely, Alan Jackson, Willie Nelson. Poco and Vern Stovall