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Rife, Jackie, 1933-2013



  • Existence: 1933 - 2013

Biographical history

Jackie Rife (1933-2013) was a stuntperson.

Jackie Rife was born August 12, 1933 in Cedar City, Utah, to Jack and Norma Hamblin. She worked as a stuntwoman in over 15 movies filmed in Utah. She is known for stunt work on The Yellow Tomahawk (1954). Jackie Rife passed away October 29, 2013 in Kanab, Utah.

Internet Movie Database, via WWW, September 28, 2017 (stunt work on Yellow Tomahawk)

Jacklyn Hamblin Rife obituary, via WWW, November 11, 2017 (b. 1933 in Cedar City; worked in over 15 movies as a stuntwoman; d. 2013 in Kanab)

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Recordings of interviews by James D'Arc

Identifier: MSS 9067
Scope and Contents 19 cassette tapes and one floppy disc -- Mark Rydell, 3 Sept. 1975; Annick Smith, 18 April 1996; Andrew V. McLaglen, 12 March 1999; Michael Burrows, 29 May 1998; Zoe Porter, July 1991; Bryce and Hahn Chamberlain, 21 July 2015; Michael J. Lewis; Danny Gould; Dan Carlquist; Tony Thomas; Jackie Rife, Karl Malden, 14 July 1987; The Chinese Theater. Interviews conducted by James D'Arc during his time as Arts and Communications curator for L. Tom Perry Special Collections. Interviews largely based...
Dates: 1975-2015

Rife, Jackie, approximately 1950s

 File — Box 150: Series 2, Folder: 20
Identifier: MSS P 768 Series 2 File 564

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