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A Show of Force

There aren’t many movies about Puerto Rico, so I can safely say “A Show of Force” (1990) is one of the better movies about Puerto Rico. 79 more words

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Out On A Limb

When I was a teen, I plastered my room with posters of my heartthrobs.  The Bee Gees greeted me every morning with their pearly whites and flowing manes, Gino Vannelli peered into my soul with his smoldering brown eyes, and Erik Estrada was the sexy Latino hottie that rounded out my hunk collection. 495 more words

Historic Photo of the Day: Mr. CHiPS

At one point, about forty years ago, the best-known Puerto Rican actor in America was Erik Estrada – for his role as Frank “Ponch” Poncherello in the TV series CHiPS.

Enough said.

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THOUGHTS: Big Screen Adaptation of "CHiPs"

Okay, old school fans. Who doesn’t remember the classic series CHiPs, which revolved around the adventures of two members of the California Highway Patrol, Baker and Poncho? 368 more words

American Films

Creating Jake: My inspiration, Readers Imagination

Sam Elliott is the epitome of the cowboy persona he’s successfully portrayed for decades. He tops John Wayne in my book as best cowboy ever on the silver screen. 461 more words

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Light Blast (1985)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 2 out of 10

4-Word Review: Erik Estrada saves Frisco.

A crazed scientist (Ennio Girolami) has created a laser gun that can melt people on contact. 415 more words

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