Remembering Gloria DeHaven, Seymour Papert, Jack Davis, Pat UptonGloria DeHaven was one of the last studio stars of the great MGM era under Louis B. Mayer. She broke into movies as a little girl working with Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times (1936) and is said to have given Frank Sinatra his first onscreen kiss. Seymour Papert was the MIT expert in artificial intelligence and early childhood education. He studied under Jean Piaget and worked with Marvin Minsky, and was best known for his iconoclastic views on educating children using computers. Jack Davis was the master cartoonist and caricaturist who started in the early 1950’s with EC Comics and Mad Magazine and became in demand to do movie posters, and covers for Time Magazine and TV Guide. Pat Upton was the leader and lead singer of the one-hit wonder Spiral Starecase, whose 1969 song “More Today Than Yesterday” is still popular today.