Dr. Sloane with Congressman Louie Gohmert
Dr. Sloane’s daughter w Shannon and…Pastor Rafael Cruz, former presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s father, at a political event in Arlington, Texas, where Pastor Cruz was presented with a copy of Dr. Sloane’s book, “What Every Bible Believer Needs to Know About Islam.”
Evan Sayet, Hollywood comedy writer and comedian, author of, “The Kindergarten of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks.” Morgan Brittany, actress and co-author of, “What Women Really Want;” Dr. Sloane and Ann-Marie Murrell, Co-author of “What Women Really Want.” at a political event in Denton, Texas.
JP Sloane was a regular on “Memory Lane” TV show, Hollywood, California 1947-1951
JP with Ron Coleman of the Brothers Grim on the cover of Vox’s “Teen Beat” magazine. The Brothers Grim were the first rock group to be sponsored by Vox (musical instruments) in America.
As a child actor, JP with “Ma and Pa Kettle” movie series, starring Majorie Main as “Ma Kettle,” Percy Kilbride as “Pa Kettle” and Richard Long of “Big Valley” and “Nanny and the Professor” fame
J.P. appeared on comic book covers which sold over one million copies each throughout the free world with his godfather, western motion picture star, Lash LaRue.
• Paul Jackson, Jr. with Ron Coleman (of the Brothers Grim) Paul is a number one ranked “BILLBOARD” jazz artist. Gibson Guitars offered a limited edition “Paul Jackson Jr. signature guitar” which sells used for over $3,000.00! Paul was also the lead guitarist for “American Idol” and the “Tonight Show” staring Jay Leno.]
Sandy and “Wink,”Martindale American disc jockey, radio personality, game show host and television producer
Angel Awards – Tom Poston, Jayne Meadows, JP, Rhonda Fleming and Dean Jones
“Ma and Pa Kettle” movie series – Percy Kilbride as “Pa Kettle” and JP as “Billy Kettle”
JP with his godfather, western motion picture star, Lash LaRue
Donna Douglas “Ellie Mae Clampett” of the “Beverly Hillbillies”
Singer and actor, Ed Ames
Actor and WWII’s most decorated hero, Audie Murphy, and JP’s mother, “Television’s Hollywood Hostess,” Anita Coleman
JP with Annette Funicello of Walt Disney’s “Micky Mouse Club” fame. 60’s beach party movies.
General Claire Chennault Commander of the WWII Flying Tigers with Anita Coleman the “Original Sweetheart of the Flying Tigers” [“Because Gen. Chennault was born on September 6, and J.P. was born on September 6, he was made the “Official Mascot of the Flying Tigers” when he was born. (Sloane’s father, “Television’s Jimmie Jackson” wrote the Tiger’s fight song).]
J.P. and long time friends Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. co-founders of the Fifth Dimension. singing group.