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sal mineo

Saturday, January 4th 2014 - 12:30:47 PM

Geoffrey Noyes

geoffreynoyes@yahoo.com

John, I can't get through on comments@salmineo.com.

Please advise.

Thank you
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Rebel and Fortune

Tuesday, December 10th 2013 - 06:05:20 PM

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Friday, November 29th 2013 - 08:28:11 AM

Natalie Wright

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Gone but not forgotten

Friday, October 25th 2013 - 01:19:19 PM

Ray

Arsanch@icloud.com

I met him when I was a kid .. Have his autograph. Anyone interested before I lose it.

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 01:02:54 PM

Nancy Kusel

nanaboos@yahoo.com

Like this info on Sal

East of Eden

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 11:03:00 AM

PATRICIA ROBINSON

pyrobinsonnotary@yahoo.com

Rebel Without a Cause

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 06:54:25 AM

george torres

georgetorres63@att.net

HE WAS ONE OF MY FAVORITES AND I WAS SO HEART BROKEN AND IN DISBELIEF THAT HE WAS GONE IN SUCH A BRUTAL WAY. I NOW AM 65 YEARS OLD,BUT I ALWAYS REMEMBER HOW I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING HIM IN THE MOVIES AND T.V. IF I SAW THAT HE WAS GOING TO BE IN A MOVIE,,,I WAS SURE TO SIT DOWN AND WATCH IT. HE IS TO ME WAS AS IMPORTANT AS JOHN WAYNE ,MOUREEN OHARA, EDWARD G. ROBINSON AND ALL THE GREATS.. I HAVE, AS YOU CAN SEE ,I HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN HIM . SO YOUNG AND SUCH A LOSS !! I HOPE THAT MAN IS STILL IN PRISON !! SO HE CAN FEEL THE PAIN WE FEEL !!

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Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 06:48:25 AM

george torres

georgetorres63@att.net

HE WAS ONE OF MY FAVORITES AND I WAS SO HEART BROKEN AND IN DISBELIEF THAT HE WAS GONE IN SUCH A BRUTAL WAY. I NOW AM 65 YEARS OLD,BUT I ALWAYS REMEMBER HOW I WAS LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING HIM IN THE MOVIES AND T.V. IF I SAW THAT HE WAS GOING TO BE IN A MOVIE,,,I WAS SURE TO SIT DOWN AND WATCH IT. HE IS TO ME WAS AS IMPORTANT AS JOHN WAYNE ,MOUREEN OHARA, EDWARD G. ROBINSON AND ALL THE GREATS.. I HAVE, AS YOU CAN SEE ,I HAVEN'T FORGOTTEN HIM . SO YOUNG AND SUCH A LOSS !! I HOPE THAT MAN IS STILL IN PRISON !! SO HE CAN FEEL THE PAIN WE FEEL !!

rebel,exodus, all movies

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 06:10:08 AM

Lorraine GAyewski

bronxgrl219@ymail.com

Sal would come visit his grandmother a few doors down from where I live on 219 Street in The Bronx; he and family grew up on 213 Street. Never saw him but heard of his visits. Good his memories kept in the media.

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 06:08:45 AM

Joanna Backman

princessofhesse@yahoo.com

I met Sal many years ago when he was appearing in a play called "Marathon 33" in a small university in Austin, Texas. He was just an incredible actor and a very gracious man, I felt his death very strongly just a short while later. God bless him and continue to give his soul peace.

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 05:06:01 AM

casey snyder

ejslbr@gmail.com

http://google

I was younger than him, and I guess I was around 13, and he was one I favored as a young teen...

rebel

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 04:47:47 AM

Janice Bailey

janice.bailey99@yahoo.com

The 50s was my movie time. I enjoyed seeing his movies.

no

Wednesday, October 2nd 2013 - 02:21:48 AM

pearl

pearlp2003@yahoo.com

LOVED REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE. SAW THE MOVIE SEVERAL TIMES WHEN I WAS YOUNG. I AM NOW 72 YEARS OLD. WHEN I ASK YOUNG FOLKS IF THEY'VE EVER HEARD OF SAL MINEO, THEY ALWAYS SAY NO. MAKES ME FEEL LIKE A DINOSAUR!!! ; )

REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

Tuesday, October 1st 2013 - 07:18:25 PM

Sandy Bellomy

ohio1958@bellsouth.net

So sorry for what happened. Very sad.

Saturday, June 8th 2013 - 01:37:14 PM

Richard A. Payne

raubreypayne@gmail.com

http://richardapayne.com

When I was a young pup I saw Rebel Without a Cause I was drawn to his character like a moth to a porch light. I am Native American and so seeing Tonka did it for me. I became a fan forever. He is very special to me for a number of reasons!He died far too soon and I ask God to bless him and allow him to rest in eternal peace!

TONKA

Saturday, March 30th 2013 - 05:47:42 PM

Dean Hopwood

deanhopwood_27@msn.com

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Friday, March 22nd 2013 - 01:35:00 AM

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Tuesday, January 22nd 2013 - 12:12:04 PM

Josh

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Thanks to all of you who have put this site together. I really enjoyed my visit.

Who Killed Teddy Bear

Monday, January 21st 2013 - 11:11:06 PM

Emily

Exodus

Monday, January 21st 2013 - 11:20:28 AM

K. Dean

kdean_mi@yahoo.com

My father was Sheriff Roger Dean of Calhoun County Michigan, the sheriff who notified California authorities of a Calhoun County inmate whom confessed to Sal's murder. My father passed away when I was very young, in fact, only a short time after he reported the confession of the inmate. I was just six years old when Sal departed this earth, but I have read a great deal about him through my research and understanding of my own father. Peace to all that loved Sal.

Rebel Without a Cause

Wednesday, January 9th 2013 - 04:00:37 AM

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Sunday, September 30th 2012 - 02:57:30 AM

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Tuesday, September 4th 2012 - 12:39:25 PM

Alene Morrell

alenemorrell@gmail.com

His role was not all that significant in the 1965 movie, The Greatest Story Ever Told, yet he did perform his part very well and believable. The whole movie is TRULY the greatest story ever told!

The Greatest Story Ever Told

Saturday, July 21st 2012 - 03:59:05 AM

Jennifer Briggs

jenniferbriggs24@aol.com

love the site, and john is an amazingly brilliant and funny man. I am honored to know him and have sincerely enjoyed learning of sal and his life through johns stories . he truly has a passion for this site and it comes through brilliantly!!! kudos to you all....and sal would be proud and is really beautiful tribute to a beautiful man.

rebel without a cause..!

Sunday, July 15th 2012 - 10:10:38 PM

Rodney M. Girvan

rodtoon@yahoo.co.uk

Just finished reading his Biography 'Man Murder and Mystery' such a tragic ending to a wonderful young actor.

Rebel Without A Cause

Thursday, June 14th 2012 - 09:51:11 PM

Teron E Hess

teronhess1@gmail.com

Wow!!! I love this page and more over am falling in love with Sal!!

All of them!!!

Saturday, April 28th 2012 - 04:10:22 AM

John San Filipppo

john13958@yahoo.com

Loved the man.

Blue Denim

Tuesday, April 24th 2012 - 01:11:18 PM

vanessa mineo bonevich

nanerb53@aol.com

Not only handsome,but a great actor! Sal left us way too early.

Rebel Without a Cause

Tuesday, March 20th 2012 - 03:41:28 PM

Oskar Aizpeolea

oskaraizpeolea@hotmail.com

Im Argentinian. Graduate Architect, Cinema Director and Writer. Now Im living in La Pampa, Patagonia zone. Is a small town without cinema...
Sal Mineo will be always remembered.
The Tribute site is amazing.
Excuse my english.
Best wishes, Oskar.

Exodus...and the rest!!!

Monday, March 12th 2012 - 02:59:33 AM

Jane Williams

janewill101@gmail.com

You left out my favorite movie of his: "Aladin". This was such a fun movie with absolutely georgous music and singing. Please consider posting it.

Aladin

Monday, March 5th 2012 - 11:26:58 PM

Charlie Rose

charliecrose@gmail.com

Kudos for a very well done site!

Rebel

Tuesday, February 21st 2012 - 08:43:46 AM

JOHN M DEPTUCH

bigjohnbelle1@juno.com

when me and sal mineo live on the low east side in manhaten new york city.we go to his apartment and do homewoke is mom cook the best homemade meatballs and tomato sauce.and play ball in the st.he was one hell of a guy.RIP old pal.

all

Monday, September 26th 2011 - 08:08:31 AM

Harry Mitsidis

harry_mitsidis@yahoo.gr

http://www.charalampos.cc

An excellent actor who must have been a really decent, if complex, person, a very brave and powerful personality. It's good that he is always remembered and honoured by this site.

Somebody Up There Likes Me

Friday, September 23rd 2011 - 01:26:53 AM

Erik Graff

erik_meinertz@yahoo.ca

I had the fantastic great luck of meeting Sal Mineo, following his stage performance in: "Sunday in New York"
while I was visiting Orlando Florida (from Vancouver Canada) in October 1973.
Not only did I meet Sal but he then treated me to dinner, along with himself and 2 of the actresses following which,
we all went dancing at a nightclub.
I was heartbroken by his totally untimely death and
furthermore, my own birthday is on February the 13th. and so, only hours after his tragic passing...
In 1958 I sent him a letter (via his fanclub) and had the joy of receiving a "semi-God" looking photo of him, on which he replied to my letter...

Rebel without a cause.

Tuesday, September 6th 2011 - 11:25:36 PM

B.

nobody@nowhere.com

Last night we watched Sal's first guest star appearance on the original Hawaii Five-0, via Netflix Instant. (Season 1, Episode 3, "Tiger By the Tail.") It's likely I watched this as a kid, but since that was longer ago than I care to admit, it was a pleasant surprise to see him in his role as a young singer who is kidnapped. (Of course there's a twist.) Sal was great of course!

Thursday, August 4th 2011 - 07:29:19 AM

Nova Trietsch Johnson

n.johnson@tcu.edu

I was amazed how good looking Sal Mineo was. I happened to see him on the Patty Duke show this morning and wow! He died much too soon.

Saturday, July 30th 2011 - 12:33:14 PM

matthewvsawyer

matthewvsawyer@yahoo.com

i love sal in the same way all his fans do gay or striat. he was a very talented actor who had some great roles got labeled then worked tv only. his is a life that should not have been cut short. he had so much to offer as a actor and person. his was a smoldering sexualaity from rebel onwards he defined hot (happens to be gay) actor. he will always be remembered and live on in his work. PLATO LIVES!!!

rebel without a cause

Monday, July 25th 2011 - 01:35:25 PM

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Monday, July 4th 2011 - 12:47:02 AM

rebecca l musser

rebeccalmusser@gmail.com

HE WAS A GREAT ACTOR BACK WHEN TALENT WAS STILL ALIVE.

EXODUS

Sunday, July 3rd 2011 - 04:48:05 PM

Susana

oreta7@yahoo.com

I never knew that Sal Mineo was a homosexual.
I just liked his acting. I am against homosexuality.

Rebel without a cause

Sunday, July 3rd 2011 - 04:45:24 PM

Susana

oreta7@yahoo.com

I was a fan of Mineo's and it still makes me angry that someone killed him. How vile and how unfair. He did not deserve to die this way.
I always remember him from Rebel Without a Cause

Rebel Without a Cause

Monday, June 27th 2011 - 01:28:45 PM

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Tuesday, May 24th 2011 - 09:07:23 AM

Ben

Bthroop1@yahoo.com

http://theevergreenman.blogspot.com/

Love the website. I've been visiting it since I found the biography at Borders a couple months back. I only wanted to wish all involved the best and to send a link I found on Facebook today. This Italian guy (Nicola Marantino) looks a bit like a tall Sal in his still pics: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000218299867&ref=nf_fr#!/profile.php?id=100000218299867

Whnat do you think? :-)

Sunday, May 15th 2011 - 06:10:14 PM

David Bonazzoli

brickless@aol.com

Glad to have this fan club and the new book. Wish Sal was still with us.
Being gay is a bit easier now and it would have been nice for him to see.
He sure was adorable and it seems a real good person too.

Monday, May 9th 2011 - 12:08:46 AM

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Sunday, May 8th 2011 - 01:46:29 AM

Rickard

ett_leende@hotmail.com

Thanks a lot! It is so interesting to read about, and too see the photos of Sal Mineo!
Rickard from Sweden

Sunday, April 10th 2011 - 08:19:45 PM

Mrs. Paula Surles

WmTouch@aol.com

Sal Mineo has always been one of my admired,handsome, actors. For some deep reason his death has always bothered me.

Thursday, March 24th 2011 - 11:07:43 PM

Ben

Bthroop1@yahoo.com

http://theevergreenman.blogspot.com/

I finished reading "Sal Mineo" by Michael Michaud tonight. The best two days of reading I've done in a long while! I was expecting to be moved and to learn a lot, but this surpassed my expectations. I am thankful that so many people were willing and able to give their personal thoughts on Sal. I am especially grateful Jill was able to give her feelings and memories before she passed in December.

He may not have thought he meant a lot to the younger crowd, but his life and legacy means a lot to me. I only wish he could be around now because I'd find his take on things refreshing.

Thursday, March 3rd 2011 - 06:09:38 PM

samantha

samanthanolan83@yahoo.com

http://google.com

I like to donate some pictures to your site=) I luv sal btw=)

Giant

Saturday, February 26th 2011 - 04:32:02 PM

Jay Littner

jlittner@msn.com

Have been a fan of old movies for a long time, but have just recently begun to appreciate the legacy of the amazing Mr. Mineo. Watched the live "Studio One" version of "Dino" last night--the intensity and raw emotion of that live performance is still unsettling 55 years later. Also had a chance to revisit "The Gene Krupa Story" recently. Without Mineo, "Krupa" would certainly have been the usual negligible Hollywood pseudo-biography . . . but Mineo's electrifying portrayal raises it to classic status.

The Gene Krupa Story

Saturday, February 12th 2011 - 09:34:25 PM

lnyk

lnyk@aol.com

How has it been 35 years since you were murdered,it seems like yesterday.RIP FOREVER,SAL MINEO!!!

Rebel Without A Cause

Tuesday, February 8th 2011 - 06:19:57 PM

mark continenza

MARKANTHONY_2006@HOTMAIL.COM

SAL WILL LIVE IN THE HEARTS OF MANY ITALIAN PEOPLE
WHO LOOKED UP TO HIM IN THE 1950'S AND 1960'S
ALSO THAT HE WAS AN EXCELLENT ACTOR FULL OF TALENT.

MOVES TODAY ARE NOT MADE THE WAY THE USED TO BE
SAL WILL BE NEVER FORGOTTON.

REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE

Tuesday, February 8th 2011 - 05:34:57 PM

Suzanne Olivieri

suefos407@yahoo.com

This is a great page for Sal Mineo. I just started looking into his life because my father told me they were friends. My father lived on 217th St in the Bronx and what a great guy he was.We laugh at pictures of my father because his hair was all greased and puffed up and he told me that Sal was the one who taught him how to do that,hahha. I have read a little bit about him today and he seemed interesting. My father and his brothers used to call his mom "Aunt" Josephine. They were close to his family. Hopefully his brothers and sister will see this and remember the Olivieri Family.Frankie,John and Sal.

Tuesday, February 8th 2011 - 07:54:23 AM

Randy Russi

Randal_Russi@scps.k12.fl.us

I am enjoying the new biography very much. I just read the
interview with the author here on this site. There was a
book done on Sal Mineo several years ago by an H. Paul
Jeffries, I believe. His book wasn't as detailed or
descriptive as the Michaud bio, however.

That's difficult!

Monday, February 7th 2011 - 09:48:47 PM

Dave

dave@hotmail.com

Always loved you Sal.

Exodus

Thursday, January 13th 2011 - 08:34:50 AM

Roger

blue141@sbcglobal.net

I am so excited knowing Sal's biographical film is going to be made. He will always be one of my favorite movie stars.

Exodus

Wednesday, January 12th 2011 - 06:50:42 AM

Ken

KMINTDESIGN@YAHOO.COM

Happy to see that Sal is not forgotten.

The Gene Krupa Story/Dino

Tuesday, January 11th 2011 - 07:24:13 PM

Jerry Parker

parkerjerry1943@yahoo.fr

Hi, good news, that is, about the new bio. I obtained the obscure DVD reissue of "Who Killed Teddy Bear". Nice!

Who Killed Teddy Bear?

Tuesday, January 11th 2011 - 07:20:21 PM

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Tuesday, January 11th 2011 - 05:43:10 PM

Ron Weber

gothicguy2164@yahoo.com

Have followed you for many years. So sorry your time was cut so short. One of the best actors of all time who never got his just recognition. One day they'll be a star on the walk of fame.

Exodus, Who Killed Teddy Bear, Rebel Without A Cause

Thursday, January 6th 2011 - 02:20:28 AM

karen

webmaster@salmineo.com

http://www.salmineo.com

testing

rebel

Friday, January 25th 2008 - 10:22:54 AM

sal saldana

saldanya123@sbcglobal.net

The last of the innocent eyed actors

Rebel without a Cause

Friday, September 21st 2007 - 08:50:26 PM

Terry Spencer

mineo449@msn.com

I've admired the work of this talented actor since my childhood. He accomplished a lot in a short life and deserves more recognition than he's received.

Who Killed Teddy Bear?

Friday, July 27th 2007 - 09:37:16 PM

Patrick

http://myspace.com/hollabackpat

Very handsome and seemingly very nice man, thanks for the website!

Monday, July 16th 2007 - 07:21:25 PM

Lorelei Strickland

lstrick711@msn.com

I will always remember Sal Mineo he was so cute and he was a great actor who died too young in a terrible manner. He was no doubt a great person and actor.

Exodus

Sunday, July 15th 2007 - 07:42:31 PM

johnn b

john@copeinc.com

Big Sal Mineo fan. As a kid from the bronx and coming from an Italian family...Sal was one of our favorite actors.
He will always remain a favorite of mine!

Dino

Saturday, July 14th 2007 - 07:51:35 PM

Arthur

ajb@Wells.edu

I just saw "Rebel Without a Cause" again for the umpteenth time. What an amazing movie! And how great Sal Mineo was playing opposite James Dean. We lost two amazing actors when we lost these two young men.

Revel Without a Cause

Saturday, July 14th 2007 - 06:16:32 PM

Sherri Long

sherri6332000@yahoo.com

He was such a beautiful looking man. I havn't seen one with such an angelic looking face. He was very talented and he is missed very much. Such a shame that he was taken from us much too soon.

Rebel Without A Cause

Thursday, July 12th 2007 - 10:02:11 AM

Steve Young

steveyoung@psychoblues.com

http://www.psychoblues.com

In high school, circa 1974, I worked as the prop master for a dinner theater in Dallas. Sal starred and directed in a show (and I'll be damned if I remember the name of it) that ran for 6 weeks - the maximum we could allow before the next show came in. Even though I was only 16, he still respected me and worked with me as if I were his own age. To his credit he even volunteered to come to my high school and speak to a couple of our drama classes early on a weekday morning. He was a wonderful man - generous, kind, philosophical, and humorous beyond belief. It's odd how at one point you think you will be friends with someone forever, yet 18 months later that person is dead. I still remember hearing about it on the radio while driving to work. I just pulled over and cried. I still miss him; I can see his face, I can feel that hug, and I can still feel how proud I was of the professional respect he gave me. I'll just never be able to say goodbye....

any of them

Thursday, May 24th 2007 - 01:05:06 AM

STEVE JACOBSON

stevenrjacobson1@hotmail.com

i've been told by several people that i look like mr. mineo.i take that as a very nice compliment. good luck in all your endeavors.. steve

Saturday, April 28th 2007 - 01:45:05 PM

dennis hopper

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

sal was one of
my best friends ever!
a gifted actor and a
loving man.

Saturday, April 28th 2007 - 09:45:13 AM

LIZARD KING

BULOVA_DIAMOND@MSN.COM

SAL.. YOUR IN HEAVEN
NOW!! RIP......
UNTILL WE MEET AGAIN.......

Saturday, April 28th 2007 - 09:41:56 AM

SEAN DOUGLAS SMITH

sean2_75@msn.com

SAL U ARE MISSED!
REST IN PEACE
MY FRIEND!!

WHO KILLED TEDDY BEAR

Friday, April 20th 2007 - 12:55:30 PM

vincent 'vinny' rosa

bigv3521@yahoo.com

i remember my cousin marie pezzuto lived in the same primarily italian neighborhood as the mineo's in the bronx. since i was a drummer(and, still am) and loved the way sal played the drums, my cousin set up a day with his mom when i was to meet sal.that was the late 5o's early sixties(i was about 12).unfortunately, he was delayed in california his mom said ,and after that, i never got to a chance to meet him again.
of course i was a big fan and saw him in the many rock n roll films he made like "rock pretty baby"......but, his oscar winning performances will never be forgotten like rebel without a cause and exodus.
my all time favorite performance of sal's was the gene krupa story. i did get to meet gene krupa before he died circa 1973 at the outrigger in freeport, long island.my band the good guys were the house band. when i brought up the gene krupa story,gene mentioned that sal did a fabulous job acting on the film.he told me that sal called him up once a year to let him know how many royalty checks he got .....gene said "i should have listened to him-and took the royalties!
sal you are still my favorite of all time!
vinny rosa drummer for the rockinghams! www.rockinghamsixties.com

the gene krupa story

Wednesday, April 11th 2007 - 07:20:09 AM

Veronica Hayes

veronicahayes62@hotmail.com

Outstanding Actor

Rebel Without a cause

Thursday, March 15th 2007 - 12:05:35 PM

Sal's Cousin

CABspoiledbaby03@aol.com

I love this site!!! I can't believe someone would take my cousin away from his family. I'm probably one of the youngest fans (not just because we are related) but just because of what a fine actor he was. RIP Sal!!! I love you Cuz

Rebel

Monday, March 5th 2007 - 06:59:58 AM

Henk ter Maat

hwtermaat@gmail.com

Thank you for the information and pics of the beloved SAL MINEO !

Rebel !

Thursday, March 1st 2007 - 08:23:26 AM

Tim

timmygoes@hotmail.com

I have always loved Sal Mineo. He was a wonderful actor and human being!

Rebel without a cause

Wednesday, February 28th 2007 - 09:29:01 AM

Joe

Joeyb4u2@aol.com

A fellow bronx boy here. I always felt Sal Mineo was taken much too soon. So was James Dean & Natalie Wood. My heart goes out to his family who must still feel the loss. I only hope Sal gets his star in Hollywood. Truly gifted Actor ,with two academy nominations before the age of 25.

He is not mentioned enough in the film world,or by the industry,and that is Sad. I really feel because of his so called life style. He is not honored, and that is very Sad.
He deserves to be honored and I hope I see it happen.

Rebel

Monday, February 12th 2007 - 07:18:24 PM

I WILL LOVE SAL FOREVER

Sal,I will love you forever!!!!!!

All of them

Monday, February 12th 2007 - 07:10:31 PM

I WILL LOVE SAL FOREVER

Sal ,it will soon be 31 years since you were brutally taken from this Earth. Sal ,you will be missed forever, rest in peace.

All of them

Monday, February 12th 2007 - 01:32:27 AM

Tim Reichel

tcsreichel@aol.com

In my life, now approaching 66years, there are only two actors, and one actress, that have ever had a profound effect on me through their performances; Sal Mineo, James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor. Icons isn't the word, "immortal" is. Every performance Sal Mineo ever did was him actually living the part. My admiration and affection for him lives on fifty years after the first time that I saw him. He didn't need Oscars, he won the hearts of all who saw his work. I would, very much, imagine that those trophies were much more important to him.

Rebel Without a Cause

Thursday, February 1st 2007 - 10:45:36 PM

Joseph Fiero

emailjosephperez@verizon.net

http://CastingJoseph.com

My name is Joseph Fiero (stage name). I wanted to know if anyone could put me in touch with Sal Mineos Family, I'm a aspiring actor/musician and singer. Its really strange because I've always wanted to be a actor ever since I was a little kid. I also love music and have such a passion for things and no one else inside my family shares this passion. I also look just like Sal Mineo, I know its kind of weird but people say I do. I can give you the links to my sites at the end of this email so you can see as well as videos.

I have been contacted my some look a like sites to play him but before I do I want to know everything about him because I want to follow in his footsteps.

I'm married and have two kids and and every time my wife shows people they freak out. I also have a strange passion for the era that he lived in, like I was suppose to be in the 70's. You can see from what I've done that I have a passion for those times as well as muscle cars.

My ultimate dream is to play him in a remake of one of his movies or a story of him. Anyways, please let me know if it is possible to contact the Mineo family.

Here are my links and pictures:

www.CastingJoseph.com
www.myspace.com/josephperezonline
http://imdb.com/name/nm2019295/


The weirdest part of it all is that I feel a connection to him and I just recently discovered who he was...

I also felt that I was going to die young ever since my teens I would tell my mother that I felt I wasn't going to live long. When I look at his older pictures when he was in his late 20's early 30's it seems like I'm looking into the future...

Maybe I'm just crazy! Either way I want to play him one day... I know I can.

All of them.

Sunday, January 14th 2007 - 11:25:57 AM

Paul

p.minten9@chello.nl

I looked for the name Sal Mineo on internet because two days ago I saw the film "Thunderheart" with Sam Shepard and Val Kilmer. When they meet the first time the first says to the second that he looks like Sal Mineo in film about Indians, ment as a cynical joke. I wrote the name Sal Mineo down and so I came to see this website about him. Because of wikipedia I know also that he played Plato in "Rebel without a cause". Internet is a great thing. In its universe I found this site.

Val kilmer turnes out to be also a kind of "rebel", but wth a cause, when he is confronted with corruption etc. in an Indian reservation in the seventies.

Greetings from Holland,
yours sincerely,
Paul.

Sunday, January 14th 2007 - 09:42:03 AM

marika smith

marikasmith2@blueyonder.co.uk

just discovered this site today!ive followed sals films since i was a little girl.i remember the first time i saw him and have seen many of his films.he was a handsome talented man and i still cant beleive the manner of his death particullarly at such a young age.he sounds like he was a wonderful caring person -sometimes its hard to understand why things such as this happen to those who least deserve it.

all

Monday, December 25th 2006 - 10:51:49 AM

Doris Connotillo

ladeeda328@aol.com

I just spoke to Mario Perez today. He told me knows Sal's sister and they just had a memorial event in honor of Sal Mineo....He told me about this website so I decided to visit.....Mario Perez helped my son Steven out 15 yrs ago when he was dying of aids.....Mario is a wonderful person and has kept in touch with me all these years.....

Sunday, December 17th 2006 - 09:20:19 PM

John Robertson

jgrobertson@sympatico.ca

For some reason I was thinking about Sal Mineo today.

Rebel Without a Cause

Monday, December 11th 2006 - 08:40:32 AM

Rich Romano

r.romano@computer.org

http://www.romano-software.com

I came upon a reference to Sal Mineo while more or less just surfing the web. But it brought back memories. I grew up in the Bronx, and for some reason I do not remember, Sal Mineo was an actor whose name came up alot in conversation. I guess someone who grows up in the Bronx takes a lot of pride in Bronxites who do well.

Years later, I lived in Westchester county, north of the City. There was a town I lived near, called Mamaroneck. On its Main Street there was a sort of deli. It was rumored that Sal Mineo's parents owned and worked at this deli/grocery store. I bought things there, but never asked.

Well, just a memory. I often wonder if the rumor was true. Was this store owned my the parents of Sal Mineo?

Rich

Rebel ... of course

Friday, December 1st 2006 - 07:17:27 AM

Darlene

annros3@aol.com

DINO

Friday, November 24th 2006 - 11:15:57 PM

Michael Brager

Michael.Brager@gmail.com

Spetacular!

Giant Sal Mineo...

Homesicknesses... Perpetual forever in our hearts.

Brazil, So Paulo

Rebel Without a Cause.

Monday, November 13th 2006 - 07:10:00 PM

Cindy O'Neill

cinjam68@hotmail.com

I have been a fan of Sal's for 30 years or more. Living in Indiana I can't remember a time that I didn't know about James Dean. As a matter of fact James Dean was 1 of the 3 James's that I named my son after.
Anyway---once I saw Rebel Without A Cause I was hooked on Sal. He was such a wonderful actor and from all I have read was and even more wonderful person. It is such a shame that he was taken away from us the way he was.
This is a great site and I am so glad that I found it.

I love them all.

Tuesday, November 7th 2006 - 11:01:03 AM

patricia

my mum worked in the mineo household around1956/58 she was from scotland and about 19 or 20 ,she has spoken of the mineo household over the years with great affection,i have now passed these memories on to my children,therefore they will carry on for many generations to come,god bless the mineo family.

gene kruper

Wednesday, October 25th 2006 - 12:15:08 PM

anna

anna180850@yahoo.co.uk

Always remains a favourite. Greatly missed

the wild west one

Sunday, October 22nd 2006 - 10:47:13 AM

Ronald E. Tober

r.tober@chello.nl

http://www.tober.nl

I was always a huge fan of Sal. In the late 60's I was in a place in Amsterdam the Netherlands and Sal came in. All alone, he stood in the back and looked around. I went up to him and started to talk, at first he didn't say to much. But after a while the ice melted and he was very nice. A death what never should have happened.

Rebel

Sunday, October 1st 2006 - 07:20:02 AM

Geny

vmotor@aol.com

where is he buried? Cemetary -City - State
I was a big fan of his.

Rebel with James Dean

Tuesday, September 26th 2006 - 11:25:16 PM

Anthony

starparty1@yahoo.com

http://www.AnthonyWynn.com

I have enjoyed Sal Mineo's work for many years - and I hope that one day - in the not-too-distant future - we will see his story made into a film. In my opinion, the perfect performer to play Sal is Jai Rodriguez. He can act, he can sing, and he has a physical resemblance to Sal as well. My fingers are crossed that it will all come together!

Exodus

Thursday, September 7th 2006 - 03:10:11 PM

Carol Rath

edwardclaws@iwon.com

I am to young to remember Sal ut, in the old movies I watch I enjoy his preformances very much.

Krakatoa, East of Jave

Tuesday, August 15th 2006 - 01:04:16 PM

Willyam Jorge Firth

wgfirth@learnnet.nt.ca

This is exactly what I was hoping to see for such a great actor as Sal was. He will be forever remembered!

Sunday, August 13th 2006 - 04:36:51 AM

Nichi Wilson-Keshane

nichiwk@hotmail.com

A very impressive website. I only found out recently how he died, although I knew he had died young. He was so beautiful and an icon to all, not just a gay icon which I immediately thought. It's such a shame he was taken from the world so young. A man you fell in love with as soon as you saw him.

Rebel without a Cause

Saturday, July 15th 2006 - 03:43:09 PM

Juan Contreras

jlclvsjpm@yahoo.com

http://www.myspace.com/jlclvsjpm

I love Sal Mineo. His acting is brilliant and I believe he is one of the most underappreciated actors of the movie age. I am glad this website is around. It keeps Sal Mineo alive for us fans.

Dino

Wednesday, June 28th 2006 - 12:20:09 PM

SEAN SMITH

sean2_75@msn.com

sal mineo was great!
he will forever live
in our hearts!
rest in peace
sal.....

who killed teddy bear

Saturday, June 17th 2006 - 11:44:47 AM

Janet Hanks

HanksasinTom@msn.com

He is missed.

All

Monday, May 22nd 2006 - 01:56:59 PM

Cheronne Scott

Witchblade19672001@yahoo.com

I was 9 years old when Sal Mineo tragically was murdered,I
as a bisexual man respect the talent as an actor he had. I
wonder what he would say about Hollywood now if he were alive and breathing today. (For myself:now 39 years old) I
hope some of us fans could make a memorial service for him
at the apartment in West Hollywood he lived at the time of his death:(8569 Holloway Drive,West Hollywood,CA)

February 12th,2006 is the 20 anniversary of his tragic
death. REST IN PEACE, SAL, THE ANGELS HAVE MADE YOU WELCOME.

Rebel Without a Cause

Saturday, April 15th 2006 - 04:18:10 PM

Deborah Ann

sdedorahs@charter.net

From the first time I saw Sal in a tv movie when I was fourteen I was a fan. The movie was "Escape From Zahrain" its been twenty years since that day and I still get butter flies just hearing his name. I love this site and I am so happy to know so many feel the same about him as I still do. I am still looking for a copy of this movie if anyone can help me it would be wonderful.

Escape From Zahrain

Sunday, April 2nd 2006 - 12:55:10 PM

J X Aparicio

jxaparicio@msn.com

Great site. I am suprised there is no mention of Sal's radio show. He had a show on KABC radio here in Los Angeles around 1974 or 1975. The show was on Saturday nights from 7pm - 9pm I believe. His show revolved around movies and theater talk. He was quite good. As I remember he quit the show just prior to his last play. I wonder if there are any tapes of his broadcasts?

Rebel without a cause

Wednesday, March 29th 2006 - 06:40:12 PM

Roger Weston

rogerweston@westnet.com.au

Do you remeber a Sal movie in which the song "Our First Love" was sung probably about 1956

most of his

Friday, March 10th 2006 - 08:26:35 PM

Nancy Mineo

disneynancy@aol.com

I married Sal's first cousin Joe Mineo and it seems like just yesterday that I came into the Mineo family. I can remember uncle Sal & aunt Josie as well as his siblings, Victor, Michael & Sarina. We speak of Sal on a regular basis and my husband can reimnise about the days that he and his cousins spent together. We tell out children and grandchildren all about Sal as well as the rest of the Mineo clan and hope that Sal's legacy lives on for many more years. He unfortunately was taken away from his family much too soon but will be remember for his wonderful sense of humor and loving sense of family togetherness. We would love to be back in touch with Sarina and Victor if at all possible. We now reside in Connecticut and hope to hear from family members soon.

Dino

Thursday, March 9th 2006 - 01:34:14 PM

Joseph Mineo

nycsafetymanager@aol.com

Good job Samantha with the web site. Other than Sarina and
Victor, I am probably the closest living cousin to Sal.
The relationship is Sals father and my father Anthony were
brothers, which make sal and I first cousins.

What remains in my memories of Sal is how we would get together when he lived in the house off the Hutchinson River
Parkway near the Whitestone Bridge in the Bronx.

The best memory I have is when Sal was going to Manhattan to
take dancing lessons and got his big break when he got his first part in a play called The King and I with Yule Brenner. They needed a young dancer to say a few words in
the play. That was the break Sal needed.The part lasted about four years for Sal. The rest is history.

Give my love to my cousin Sarina and Victor.

They are all great

Friday, February 24th 2006 - 10:29:03 AM

Anderson

Anderson@yahoo.com

http://uk.geocities.com/fotos428perteen/free-nude-male-teen-stars.htm

Listen, here that I have found: free nude male teen stars

Wednesday, February 22nd 2006 - 04:45:38 PM

idt calling cards

noqhld@fciw.tn

http://calling-cards.seeqcom.com/idt-calling-cards.html

I'm looking forward to your suggestion.

idt calling cards

Monday, February 13th 2006 - 08:26:35 AM

II WILL LOVE SAL FOREVER

Thirty years ago this morning ,I learned that one of my favorite actors ,Sal Mineo, was killed .I was heartbroken .I might not think of Sal everyday ,as I did years ago ,but when I do I smile for this great actor ,and have sadness for what might have been. Sal ,you were a great actor and a truly beautiful man,and you had the most beautiful speaking voice. Sal rest in peace,forever, with your family members ,who have since joined you in Heaven,and know you are not forgotten by the fans,who love you here on Earth.

ALL OF THEM

Friday, February 10th 2006 - 11:09:05 AM

Stacy Grutza

SCGrutza@aol.com

Dino

Friday, February 10th 2006 - 11:08:35 AM

Craig Trompeter

cptrompet@yahoo.com

the Gene Krupa Story

Friday, February 10th 2006 - 11:07:46 AM

john brinkman

jpbrinkman206@yahoo.com

the Gene Krupa Story

Friday, February 10th 2006 - 07:01:27 AM

a Yul Brynner fan

Wonderful actor! I viewed recently "Rebel without a cause" and I must say that his performance is one of the most touching I've ever seen.

Exodus, Rebel without a cause

Tuesday, February 7th 2006 - 07:42:35 AM

derek

dshepp@bigpond.net.au

Great to read other fan's comments, it is what really keeps Sal's memory alive. The website is FANtastic and a credit to John and Karen.
Sal said in an interview, the best way to remember him was to watch his movies which all of us fans do.
It is also important to consider "Fortune and men's eyes" and "P.S. your cat is dead" the movies of the plays Sal put a lot into and was so passionate about. While watching them, one can easily picture him playing those roles as he had many times on stage.They give an insight to a mature Sal in other roles and facets of theater he chose to be involved in
The dedication to Sal at the end of P.S. your cat is dead, is particularly touching, also of course, it was what he was working on at the time of his death.
In a few days it will be the
30th aniversary of Sal Mineo's death.
and still, Plato Lives .

rebel

Saturday, January 21st 2006 - 02:50:00 PM

lia

sal is so awespme

Thursday, January 12th 2006 - 10:32:22 AM

Nicole

nic6987@yahoo.com

For those of you who visit Sal's page on www.findagrave.com I am user name sal mineo fan. Happiest of birthdays, Sal. Mine was a good one too-you were never far from my mind. (Our birthday's are a day apart.)

Exodus

Wednesday, January 11th 2006 - 01:31:46 AM

Des

Happy Birthday Sal. From all your aussie fans.

Rebel/Tonka

Tuesday, January 10th 2006 - 05:40:28 AM

kevin

cougarat@aol.com

Happy Birthday from one Bronx Boy to Another

rebel

Thursday, January 5th 2006 - 01:00:24 PM

Michelle Mineo

Italyslilbabe88@aol.com

wow...this is a real nice website in honor of Sal Mineo. It is great to know that people will carry him on, so he is not forgotten. Though he was well before my time, I feel as if I know quite a bit there is to know about him. His work is marvolous (sp?), through family I've heard stories about how big he was at the prime of his career. Once again it is nice to see that him and his work will not be forgotten. Sal Mineo, I've been told is one of my second cousins. His father had immigrated here with my grandfather(his brother) and our family. Then later had seperated to two different cities to make a living. There are many questions that my family had always wondered about the Mineos, if there is anyone that could possibly contact me with information, we would be greatly thankful.
Thankyou for sharing this information about Sal with me,
terrific website!
Michelle

Dino, Rebel w/o a Cause

Saturday, December 31st 2005 - 11:19:49 PM

kat

mskdm20@yahoo.com

wonderful website.

rebel without a cause

Thursday, December 15th 2005 - 08:58:43 PM

Michael Girouard

vze266sd@verizon.net

I love(d) Sal Mineo. My favorite movie was Dino. He was beautiful. Micky.

Dino

Monday, December 5th 2005 - 08:29:45 PM

Younger Mineo

Wow, I had no idea my uncle still carries this sort of following! Thank you guys for still caring about his work, my family appreciates people like you who recognize his lost talent. We still wonder what would have come of him.
Thank you,
G M Mineo

Monday, October 24th 2005 - 10:45:03 PM

Philip Cairns

moonlake@gosonic.ca

Sal,

Where ever you are, I hope you are happy and at peace. You are still remembered and loved by your many fans. I still cry everytime I see "Rebel Without A Cause", when you are shot at the end. You were a tremendous actor and you are not forgotten. Thank you for all your wonderful performances on film and t.v. I wish we could have met. Well, perhaps we will in the afterlife.

Love,

Philip Cairns

Rebel Without A Cause

Friday, October 21st 2005 - 02:37:15 PM

Lillian Shine

finehomes4u@aol.com

Sal was my dreamboat in the late 50's. I played his song "Lasting Love" over and over and over. My parents loved it too.

Monday, October 10th 2005 - 08:22:14 AM

Mathilda Lckner

thilda@telia.com

http://www.kennel-explicit.com

What an wonderful sight you've got here!! I came here to read about Jimmy Dean, but suddenly realised that I have seen Sal Mineo in loads of films, and think he was great in them. I have been on your sight for hours now, and would love to get in contact with you who run it!
Best wishes, and keep up the good work!
/ Mathilda Lckner,
Ps, my websight is about dogs.. :-) Ds

Rebel..

Saturday, October 8th 2005 - 07:52:51 AM

Lawrence

gattino@onetel.com

Can anyone confirm for me if Sal either visited or even just passed through Hong Kong at any time, particularlyin the 1970s. I'll explain why I need to know if anyone has the answer! Thanks.

Monday, September 12th 2005 - 10:45:44 PM

Wendy Harmer

wharmer@transurban.com.au

Thank you for putting this site together. I have emailed your site as I believe I maybe related to Sal Mineo. I was always told as child that my grandfather was his uncle who emigrated to Australia from Trapani in Sicily. I am curious as to where in Sicily his parents were born.

Rebel without a Case

Sunday, September 4th 2005 - 09:09:04 AM

scott brown

scottbrown@nc.rr.com

I've been a huge fan since I was a kid. I think that Sal Mineo was a huge talent who did not get the recognition he deserved. What a loss.

Who killed Teddy Bear?

Tuesday, August 30th 2005 - 11:42:14 PM

BILL DeCLEMENTE

TheRealMcCoy@TheKarateKid.com

http://WWW.THEKARATEKID.COM

Keep up the work, SAl & JAMES are "LEGENDS" and Immortal...Hanshi BILL DeCL;EMENTE aka "The Karate Kid"

"They where all Great"

Thursday, July 14th 2005 - 03:17:41 AM

Marke Nielsen

poyn@spiritone.com

What an incredibly realized site. All praise for what has to be an absolute labor of love & respect.

The recent release of "The James Dean Collection" on DVD & this evening's PBS airing of the George Stevens' documentary, put me to the task of looking for web info on my eternal, albeit unrealized, crush, the late Mr. Mineo. First on the Yahoo search was this site. Praise to Yahoo for cutting to the chase.

Being the product of a conservative & sheltered childhood, I was only marginally aware of him prior to his murder [when I was in high school]. Most notably became aware after coming upon [& saving] a copy of In Touch with "the nude.” But once graduated, I visited L.A. [a year or two after "it happened"], I was able to “visit” the apartment complex [actually, loiter on the sidewalk outside].

In the mid-80s, when I was later living/working in West Hollywood at Tower Records, during breaks, or walks home, I would often take leisurely strolls by the building; his presence was obvious & ominous. Even later in life, I would ultimately, but briefly, date someone [ironically, also named Sal] who looked amazingly like him [oh, how he hated the references...too bad for him].

When the Taragon compilation CD was released I wasted not one moment. When, in the early 90s, I was doing regional theatre in central CA, I acquired a copy of the play Fortune & Men's Eyes; how I would have loved to produce, direct, act in or otherwise be involved in a restaging.

Why I didn’t investigate films, books or web info any further was unforgivably due to “real like” getting in the way. No more. Thanks for a great overview. I will be visiting frequently in the future.

[Sorry for being so wordy, but I can't seem to stop...edit at you see fit].

"Rebel...," but outside of "Giant" I haven't seen any others yet, that I recall.

Sunday, June 5th 2005 - 12:14:12 AM

Maybelene

Has anyone purchased the 50th Anniversary of "Rebel Without A Cause" DVD released late May 2005, if so, is there any interviews with Sal in the extras part?
If so, how much?
Thanks.

Friday, May 20th 2005 - 01:47:28 AM

Lawrence

gattino@onetel.com

A bit of detective work here. In the A&E Biography documentary there is footage of Sal in the 70s...eg when he's speaking on the phone trying to get a backer for his play, and when he's out on the street dressed like Huggy Bear welcoming people to the theatre. This was clearly from either a documentary about him or Arts programme of the time. Can anyone identify what show that was...and whether the documentary in question still exists? Unlikely to be available I know...but its nice and rare to see him walking and talking and moving as the real life actor, rather than as a role in a movie! So does anyone know?

Thursday, April 28th 2005 - 03:53:49 PM

Dustin from Blockbuster

John, the site rocks!! I watched Rebel Without a Cause and it was f'in awesome. Thanks man

Thursday, April 21st 2005 - 01:44:00 PM

Laura

laurabrand15@hotmail.com

Hi everyone - I am tearing my hair out trying to find the A&E Biography of Sal and can't find it anywhere. I'm from London, England so ideally would prefer a DVD as I have a multi-regional DVD player. Can anyone tell me where I can get hold of a copy as the VHS on Amazon is just no good to me as have PAL format only. My collection of Sal memorabilia films etc. grows stronger every day so if any of you guys would like to email to swap stories etc. I would be happy to hear from you. I have recently watched "Who Killed Teddy Bear" which was fantastic and am thrilled that upon visiting NY in March managed to photograph an area in Central Park (outside the zoo) where Sal would have been standing whilst filming part of Teddy Bear!!! Am also hoping to go back to NY again later this year to visit Sal's grave although it will be a thoroughly moving experience it's one I am desperate to do. Guys, am happy to chat about Sal so please email me.Laura.

Gene Krupa/Rebel/Teddy Bear

Friday, April 15th 2005 - 08:20:15 AM

Vera "Wilson" Seger

craftpres@msn.com

My son, John Seger(of Los Angeles) owns this Sal Mineo site and I am James Dean's first cousin. I knew him as Jimmy!
I knew him as a child and until 18..his mother and my father were brother and sister...She was such a delightful lady,
she made a big impact on my life as a child as we were in there home 2 and 3 times a week until I was 7. His dad was a sweet guy and very loving father...don't believe all you hear. he never deserted Jimmy. Most people do not want to hear ofJimmy other than being a movie star.
I was interviewed (my first and last) by a French movie company who are doing a documentary on James Dean the man..will be shown in France in Sept., La in Aug. , James Dean festival...either or both, Marion and Fairmount. To my knowledge there only 3 of us leftwho knew Jimmy as a young boy...The last member of the immediate family died 3 yrs. ago.
I only agreed to the interview as a tribute to Aunt Mildred and Uncle Winton...so much as been said about them that are not true..
so I had my 15 min. of fame and that is my tribute to a loving couple...
My oldest son lives in Bonita Springs, (his name is James also) and my only daughter, Terese, lives in Southern California.
have a great day and believe it or not...Jimmy Dean was human...a very caring fun loving child, who was so loved by his parents. and such a tragic moment when Aunt Mildred died...she and Uncle Winton would have been so proud of Jimmy.
The interview did not bother me, they were very caring group. I only wanted things cleared about his family with the truth and regardless of what they believe...when you know what is right, and they state other facts, there is a "Wilson " challenge and look out!!

Vera Wilson Seger

Giant

Friday, April 15th 2005 - 04:03:16 AM

Rocky

50th Anniversary Edtion from Warner Bros of "Rebel Without A Cause" DVD being released on Tuesday May 31, 2005.

All

Sunday, April 10th 2005 - 10:00:08 AM

Nancy

haynan2@peoplepc.com

Hello Out there I am trying to find out where I might be able to buy some of Sal's art work/ paintings I am also looking for TV appearance of Sal on VHS OR DVD What's My Line Episode 369, To Tell The Truth, Maskerade Party, I've got a secret if anyone has any info on these please let me know I've been a fan of Sal since I was 13 and my feelings for him have not changed thru the years
thanks Nancy
Haynan2@peoplepc.com

I Love them ALL!!

Monday, March 21st 2005 - 08:10:14 AM

Donna

Dkaren2000@aol.com

I first saw Sal Mineo in Rebel Without A Cause when I was a junior in high school. I remember sitting in our school auditorium so happy to be out of Math class, then "Plato" came on the screen and I couldn't take my eyes off of him. I was hooked I became a Sal Mineo fan then and there. I remember the morning I heard the news he died. It was a year after seeing him on the screen in our school, I was a senior. I remember feeling so sad...like I lost a good friend. This past Friday I went to the Gates Of Heaven Cemetary to pay my respects to my grandfather who died back in 1980...I hadn't been there in a while. Since I was there I went to see Sal Mineo's final resting place. I couldn't find it at first because there was still some snow on the ground, I was just about ready to give up when I came across a stone that said Mineo, the first name was covered with snow. I removed the snow and discovered it wasn't Sal...then I made out the name Mineo on the stone beside it. I felt so sad for him because it was covered with mud from the melting snow and you could barely make out his name. I cleared the mud the best I could and placed a red carnation there for him. It was the least I could do, it was my way of saying Thank You and that he will be remembered.

The Gene Krupa Story

Wednesday, March 16th 2005 - 09:30:06 AM

GUY TIRANNO

vecchio312002@yahoo.com

Sal was one of the greatest actors of my era. he has been maligned and denigrated but remains a star in my eyes and the eyes of his many fans.
long live the Mineo memory.

rebel without a cause

Monday, February 21st 2005 - 05:53:22 PM

Mark

barf1965@gmail.com

I had seen Rebel, Crime in the streets, Dino and one or two other Sal Mineo movies in the past, and I had vague recollections of his awfull murder and rumors about his sexuality. This may be a little controversial but my interest has only really peaked after watching "Who Killed Teddy Bear"! Yes it`s cheap and a little tacky, but the performances are excellent (well all except Jan Murray anyway!)particularly Elaine Strich and Sal. Juliet Prowse is very appealing- don`t get me started on that one! and I loved the scenes of Sal working out, go-go dancing and cruising along sleazy 42nd street. It may well have damaged Sal`s career in the long run to have played a stalker but it is a truly unforgetable film and performance!

who killed teddy bear!

Saturday, February 12th 2005 - 09:14:55 PM

I WILL LOVE SAL FOREVER !!

I KEPT THINKING THAT YOU WERE ALIVE ,AT THIS TIME ALL TODAY,FEBRUARY 12. SAL, THOSE WHO LOVED YOU AND YOUR MOVIES,WILL NEVER FORGET THIS DAY. I WANT TO REMEMBER YOU AS THE KIND MAN THOSE WHO KNEW YOU SAY YOU WERE.SAL, YOU KEPT AT YOUR CRAFT ,WHEN HOLLYWOOD TURNED THEIR BACK. SAL ,REST IN PEACE FOREVER,GONE TOO SOON ,BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN!!

ALL OF THEM

Saturday, February 12th 2005 - 08:22:02 PM

I WILL LOVE SAL FOREVER !!

I KEPT THINKING ALL DAY THAT YOU WERE ALIVE AT THIS TIME TODAY ,FEBRUARY 12. SAL, NOBODY WHO EVER LOVED YOU ,AND YOUR MOVIES ,WILL EVER FORGET THIS DAY.I WANT TO REMEMBER HOW KIND YOU WERE ,AND HOW YOU KEPT AT YOUR CRAFT ,WHEN HOLLYWOOD TURNED ITS BACK ON YOU. SAL ,REST IN PEACE FOREVER ,GONE TOO SOON ,BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN !!

ALL OF THHEM

Saturday, February 12th 2005 - 05:47:05 AM

Laura

Sal, 29 years ago today you were so cruelly taken away and I feel a great loss as to what achievements you would have accomplished to this day had that no happened. Your memory lives on in many and thanks to our website host I can enjoy finding more fascinating information about you. I will always be a fan, you were such a beautiful man!!! I think of your family on this sad day. Bye Sal, L xxx

Friday, February 11th 2005 - 11:51:07 PM

Des, Sydney, Australia

Today is the 29th anniversary of your death, it is hard to believe that 29 years have passed since that fateful night.

Gone, but never forgotten, remembering you as always.

From all your Australian fans.

Rebel, Tonka, Gene Krupa, Exodus

Thursday, February 10th 2005 - 03:29:33 PM

todd harding

toddsharding@aol.com

Loved the site

exodus, rebel without a cause

Friday, January 14th 2005 - 01:37:03 PM

Greg

gregorious414@yahoo.com

As a fan of Sal Mineo, I'd personally like to thank Sal's niece, Samantha, and Jill Haworth for contributing to the site.

I have so many questions I'd love to ask Sal if he were still with us today...and hearing from those who knew him well, or are in some way connected to him is more than I could have ever hoped for.

These contributions make the site even more fascinating than it already is, as well as giving Sal fans a little insight into the man we've come to admire so much.

Wednesday, January 12th 2005 - 07:47:44 PM

joe vinci

joe200358@yahoo.com

happy birthday sal,your my faverite actor i wish i could have had the chance to meet u,i know we could have been good friends,we all love u and miss u.ciao your fan joe.

dino

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