Bernecker had an extensive resume as a stunt performer.He was credited in , died of respiratory failure on Feb. A graduate of USC Law School, Wapner served in World War II and was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star while serving in the South Pacific.
The black and white film about a group of people trapped by a horde of the undead was integral in creating the modern zombie genre.
He later directed 1978's reports that Bernecker fell more than 20 feet from a balcony onto concrete and was airlifted to Atlanta Medical Center where he later died.
Often described as man-hungry, easy, loose or fast. Also, Lady Drunk frequently claims to have been one of these in her youth. Extreme Omnisexual is related, for characters that are than bisexuals.
In a more rural setting, she is often branded the "village bicycle" (been everywhere and everyone's had a ride...). See also Everybody Has Lots of Sex for cases where this Trope more-or-less applies to the entire cast of a work.
Many rock stars are too exhausted after a concert to immediately get it on with their groupies, for instance.
Even though this trope can be Truth in Television for some very attractive people, most of the time the amount of sex they have is grossly exaggerated.
"I think on my tombstone it's just going to say, 'Gonged at last,' and I'm stuck with that." He is survived by his wife, Mary Kane.
reports that no cause of death was revealed at the time.
In the '60s and '70s, he served as a judge at the Los Angeles Superior Court before retiring, after which he became a TV star on the groundbreaking , which debuted in 1981. In his younger days, he played basketball at the University of North Carolina and was drafted the Austin Toros in the 2005 NBA Development League Draft.