Well, one of the quirkier things I noted, when I was out in public with Lee, at those video stores or at a restaurant, is that strange women would spot him, and come running over to him and hug him! He took it in stride, like it was an every day occurrence, and was very friendly to them. Apparently, he was in a soap-opera for many years, and accumulated quite a large female fanbase. It just struck me as so weird and funny, to see these strange middle-aged women just suddenly see him and then excitedly run up and immediately hug him, there in public. Eh, didn't really encounter such doings back in Texas. That was about thirty years ago now. Vintage film buff that I was, I'd gone out to California with the notion of working in film restoration. Not as a career, but just something to do for a couple of years, because of my love of old movies. Never quite succeeded in getting into that niche (not nearly as much was being done back then, compared to these days), but I did many odd jobs, often dealing with festivals and film events, and the procuring of old-time movie folk as guests. Got to meet a lot of old-timers, going back to silent-era film veterans. Fun times.