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Memory Lane: Sandy Becker

Growing up in the New York media market in the 1950s and 60s, you just can’t imagine it without Sandy Becker on TV. Which he was, from 1955 through 1968, mostly on WNEW. 226 more words

Pop Culture

Al Brodax, cartoon producer, dies at 90

Al Brodax, a busy cartoon producer in the 1960s, has died at the age of 90, according to an obituary posted by The New York Times… 260 more words

The Other Spies

Linda Lovelace for President (1975)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 0 out of 10

4-Word Review: Vote for porn star.

The election is only a few months away and there are still no candidates running for President. 415 more words


Linda Lovelace for President

On April 3, 2002 there was a very serious car accident on a stretch of road just a few miles from my home. Seriously injured in the crash was a woman named Linda Boreman. 693 more words


Great Voodini, The

Funny man Chuck McCann starred on the short lived summer comedy variety series HAPPY DAYS/CBS/1970 as “The Great Voodini,” the world’s clumsiest escape artist.

Chuck McCann later starred with Bob Denver as one of two NASA food workers who got locked into a space ship that accidentally launched into outer space on the live-action Saturday morning series FAR OUT SPACE NUTS/CBS/1975.

Comedic Characters

Monster Squad 1.5 - Music Man

After the previous episode of this show, which was a deeply unfunny trainwreck, it’s back to silliness, wit, puns, and in-jokes with “Music Man.” This script, like the first three, is just so much better than it needed to be. 270 more words

Stanley Ralph Ross