Brush With fame: British-born humorist P.G. Wodehouse wrote many of the escapades of Bertie Wooster and his man, Jeeves, from a home on Basket Neck Lane in Remsenburg. Other local celebs included songwriter Frank Loesser, who contributed to Broadway hits such as “Guys and Dolls”; playwright Guy Bolton, who collaborated with Wodehouse on “Anything Goes,” and Dave Garroway, the first host of NBC’s “Today Show.” The hamlets also attracted prominent visitors. One snapshot caught Alfred Hitchcock, still looking rather sinister, his wife and Mrs. Guy Bolton posing in front a South Country Road home in the 1940s.