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Journey from Gillgan’s Island: The Life After with Dawn Wells

Dawn Wells has achieved many things since her successful role on the 1964 Gilligan’s Island sitcom.

Gilligan’s Island portrays the story of seven men and women stranded on an island after a storm. 429 more words

Joanna, Angela, the Mummy, and Me

I have never truly regretted anything I’ve ever done in my life. Sure, I wish that things had gone differently at some points, or that I had tried to do certain bits and pieces of life that I’ve put on hold, but I don’t really concern myself with them. 2,648 more words


Driving Miss Daisy (1989)

Driving Miss Daisy is the story of an elderly southern woman who strikes up an unlikely friendship with her African American driver. The pace of the movie is slow, but Daisy (Jessica Tandy) and Hoke (Morgan Freeman) are interesting characters who make the film worth watching. 122 more words


'Driving Miss Daisy'

PBS’ “Great Performances” series presents a filmed version of Alfred Uhry’s stage play about the relationship between a black chauffeur (James Earl Jones) and an aging Southerner (Angela Lansbury). 6 more words


Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones heading to your tv in "Driving Miss Daisy" on PBS Great Performances

Alfred Uhry’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Driving Miss Daisy, a 2010 hit on Broadway, comes to television with five-time Tony Award winner and three-time Academy Award® nominee Angela Lansbury and two-time Tony Award winner and Academy Award® winner James Earl Jones as Daisy Werthan and Hoke Colburn, respectively. 695 more words

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Guarding Tess

Shirley MacLaine is pretty much awesome and Nicholas Cage is good when he has to play an actual character and not a “star,” so it was a foregone conclusion that… 73 more words

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The Legacy of a Blues Brother


I was rewatching The Blues Brothers, and everyone knows John Belushi’s history with drugs. It’s pretty notorious. But surely Dan Aykroyd was right in there with him, in some capacity. 803 more words