Indifference on the part of residents has been suggested: the demolition in 1970 of the old Theatre Royal—described as a very precious survival five years earlier—went ahead with no opposition. A conservation society was formed in 1973—much later than in similar towns; despite low levels of public support, it successfully saved Beach House from demolition in the late 1970s.
In early 2010, he was contacted by Andrew Maguire, who detailed fraud taking place in the precious metals markets. Chilton had one of the senior investigators from the CFTC’s enforcement division contact Maguire.
As chairman, he replaced Dallas banking executive Benjamin Harrison Wooten (1894–1971), who had held the position since the board was created in May 1949. The board reelected Willis annually as chairman for nine more years, until 1979.
Darryl, appeased, turns around but passes out and crashes down on the catering table. Meanwhile, Pete Miller (Jake Lacy) teaches Erin Hannon (Ellie Kemper) about his favorite movie, Die Hard, and attempts to recite all the dialogue from memory while an impressed Erin checks his accuracy using an online transcript.
In the early 1990s, Smith retired to a houseboat at the Turtle Creek Marina in Florence, Indiana on the Ohio River (the border with Kentucky). He died at the Harrison County Hospital in Cynthiana, Kentucky on November 21, 2012.
On March 2012, it was announced that Alexandre Aja, director of Piranha 3D, was in negotiations to direct a film adaptation of Undying Love. On November 27, 2012, The Hollywood Reporter posted that Aja was out and Joe Carnahan, director of The Grey, The A-Team movie and Smokin’ Aces, was in negotiations to direct Undying Love for Warner Bros.