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The Rotund and Gravel-voiced Ol' Reliable, Eugene Pallette

A man descends a commanding staircase with considerable ease despite his heft.  He sings in a voice not made for song…

Come landlord fill the flowing bowl… 2,877 more words

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Last Day of the 2015 WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon

Elsa is beside herself and so are we. It is bittersweet to see the last day arrive for our 4th annual WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon. We’ve come to realize you love this blogathon as much as we do. 591 more words


WHAT A CHARACTER! 2015 - Day Two!

This is so exciting Edward Everett Horton is biting his nails!

I’m thrilled to be hosting Day Two of the 2015 What A Character! Blogathon, the fourth installment of an event during which we put aside the stars and focus our efforts on the Hortons of the world.   480 more words

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Seeking Character Actors for Paid Haunted House Performance (Closed)

Employer: Central Athletic Club

Seeking: M/F Character Actors & Variety Performers

For: Live Performance

Title: “CAC’s Haunted House” 

Description: “A live action haunted house in which actors will interact with visitors of the haunted house. 49 more words

Closed Auditions

CMBA's Planes, Trains, and Automobiles blogathon... TAXI! (1932)

Crooked cabbies, hot Irish tempers, and bad situations with good intentions. Roy Del Ruth’s 1932 PreCode nugget has a variety sampling of yummy delights.

As if struggling to make ends meet as a taxi driver in the Depression isn’t bad enough, mafia styling competition just made it worse. 617 more words


Announcement~4th annual WHAT A CHARACTER! Blogathon

WE’RE BACK for number 4!

WHAT A CHARACTER! a phrase borrowed from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) so that we could dedicate a blogathon to those whose names few remember – the players who rarely got leading parts, exhibiting instead a versatility and depth many leading actors wished they had.   642 more words