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Fashion Doll Fridays: Emperis England, Integrity's Eugenia & Tonner's Catwoman 1966

Never a dull moment in the fashion doll world, right? dollbid agrees…and the much anticipated Escada from Emperis England is ready for her spotlight. Their beautifully crafted resin fashion doll will soon be in the hands of lucky collectors worldwide – pre-ordering begins on Good Friday (April 18, 2014) – she’s… 152 more words

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1960's BATMAN TV Series To Release In November? Burt Ward Thinks So....

Recently speaking to 13thDimension.com, Burt Ward has given a few small tidbits about the rumored and highly anticipated 1960′s BATMAN television series home video release. 138 more words

TV

Man who turned Dark Knight into Campy Crusader dies aged 91

Lorenzo Semple Jr, the man who transformed the Dark Knight of Gotham, into a Campy Crusader more suited to a float in Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi gras, than hunting criminals in the dead of night, died on Friday from natural causes in his home in Los Angeles. 230 more words

Batman

The Catwoman

During the Batman TV series three different actresses played the role of Catwoman. Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether and Eartha Kitt. I liked Lee Meriwether’s performance in the Batman movie, but for my money Julie Newmar is Catwoman. 23 more words

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Serpant of the Nile (1953)

A decade before Burton and Taylor almost sank a movie studio, exploitation kings Sam Katzman and William Castle put Raymond Burr and Rhonda Fleming into the roles of Marc Antony and Cleopatra in this low budget 82 minute programmer. 321 more words

Daily Take

For Love or Money (1963)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 3 out of 10

4-Word Review: A lawyer becomes matchmaker.

Deke Gentry (Kirk Douglas) is a lawyer appointed trustee of Chloe Brasher’s (Thelma Ritter) estate and is shocked to learn the terms of her will state that any of her three daughters will be cut off from their inheritance if they marry a man that she does not approve of. 350 more words

Movies

Who let the cats in?

In catpitalism news, Britain’s first cat café, where felines can enjoy a saucer of warm milk in the company of several humans, officially opened its doors this week. 391 more words

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