Plot: Joe (Tony Musante) and his friend Artie (Martin Sheen) are street thugs who take immense pleasure in hassling other people, sometimes in criminal efforts, but also just to have some laughs at the expense of others. 707 more words
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Tread Perilously braces for its toughest assignment yet with the 1978 duo of specials collectively known as Legends of the Superheroes.
In “The Challenge,” Batman, Robin, Black Canary, Captain Marvel, The Flash, Green Lantern, Huntress and lame-ass Hawkman face the doomsday threat of a distinctly not Legion of Doom composed of Mordru, Dr. 179 more words
With Jack Parr about to sign off the “Tonight Show” for the last time, NBC executives were anxious to find a replacement. Bob Newhart, Jackie Gleason, Groucho Marx, and Joey Bishop all declined the opportunity, when a United States Navy veteran, amateur magician and amateur boxer with a 10/0 record agreed to take the job. 864 more words
“I signed up for the Olympics of internal freedom and happiness.”—Grace Bell
Will Smith once said that all successful people have the delusional quality of believing something different can happen. 786 more words
On March 1, 2017, my life changed.
I would like to say that my life changed because Ed McMahon came back from the grave and awarded me that big Publisher’s Clearing House check, with the balloons…and that I answered the door in my robe, with makeup perfectly done, squealing with excitement! 843 more words