Arthur J. Theberge

Post Profile photo 1944.
Arthur J. Theberge owned in the 30's. Stunt company traveled around the different parts of the south doing shows. The only safety gear they had was leather boots, leather jackets and leather hats, just like the pilots were in those days. There was a movie "short" made of his stunt company Happy Jack Millers Death Dodgers that was shown in the movies theaters in those days.

We do not know the names of the different drivers who worked for him over the years he owned the Happy Jacks. Was born in Laconia, NH Feb 27, 1901, died Jan 3 1982. He left the south when WWII broke out and signed up ( He also fought in France in WWI when he was 18.) Arthur was very proud of what he and his other stunt drivers did.



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