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Cool 'Batman Beyond' short for 75th anniversary

This will really only whet your appetite for more Dark Knight.

DC Comics is celebrating Batman’s 75th anniversary this year – like it marked Superman’s 75th anniversary last year – with some cool stuff, including some short films. 72 more words


The late, great late night

Yes, back in the 1980s, I was a huge fan of David Letterman. Yes, I stayed up for his 12:30 NBC show – after Carson’s “Tonight Show” – every night. 375 more words


Top ten list of great M*A*S*H episodes

Greetings, readers. Here is a list of really great M*A*S*H episodes. We’ll have ten of them plus one honorable mention to complete the list. Enjoy. 499 more words

Top Ten List

New Seasons of Classics LAVERNE & SHIRLEY and HAPPY DAYS Arrive On DVD This May

New Seasons of Classics LAVERNE & SHIRLEY and HAPPY DAYS Arrive On DVD This May From CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Media Distribution… 273 more words


Mickey Rooney Dies After 92 Years In Show Business

Mickey Rooney 1920-2014

Mickey Rooney has died at the age of 93 in his North Hollywood home with his family present, at the time of his death. 626 more words


'Star Trek: The Next Generation' - 'Yesterday's Enterprise'

“Yesterday’s Enterprise” might not be my favorite episode of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” – that top spot might go to “Best of Both Worlds” or “Starship Mine” or “Inner Light” or a handful of others – but it’s one that I stop and rematch every single time it’s on. 589 more words


Neville Brand: From Decorated World II Hero To Portraying Al Capone in The Untouchables

Lawrence Neville Brand was born on August 13, 1920 in Griswold, Iowa. He enlisted with the U.S. Army on March 5, 1941. He was sent to the European Theater in December of 1944 and arrived there on December 16, 1944. 264 more words