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The Thanksgiving I Spent With Jason Alexander

This morning when I woke up I did my usual thing of reaching for my phone and checking in on social media. Lately I’ve been working to increase my presence there and part of this has been learning how to navigate the Twitter landscape. 252 more words


Screening Room: 'Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened'

In 1981, Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince were the kings of Broadway. After a decade of shows from Company to Sweeney Todd that reinvented the American musical form, they were embarking on another venture:  161 more words

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Lord of the Idiots

The self-proclaimed sobriquet of George Costanza (Jason Alexander) on the situation comedy SEINFELD/NBC/1990-1998.

On episode #10 “The Apartment” (4/4/91) George proudly proclaimed. “…For I am George Costanza, Lord of the Idiots.” George also said of himself, “I’m disturbed. 171 more words


Aktor Komedi Jason Alexander Menjadi Host Untuk Turnamen Poker Amal

Seinfeld aktor dan duta pokerstars.net Jason Alexander akan menjadi tuan rumah turnamen Poker Tahunan ke-3 1736 Family Crisis Center pada 9 Mei 2009, di Hollywood Park Casino di Los Angeles, California. 466 more words

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Crypt-ober: One Night at Mercy (The Twilight Zone 2002)

You’re traveling to another dimension. A dimension not of sight or of sound but of mind. A dimension NOT hosted by Rod Sterling. Yes, fright fans, the Twilight Zone is probably one of the most well known horror/sci-fi anthology franchises in entertainment history. 618 more words


31 Screams in October, Vol. 3, #7: The Burning (1981)

Director: Tony Maylam

Starring: Brian Matthews, Lou David, Leah Ayers, Brian Backer, Larry Joshua

After the unexpectedly huge success of “Friday the 13th,” there was a huge mass of slasher films produced to ride its coattails. 876 more words

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White Palace (1990) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

White Palace (1990) Directed by Luis Mandoki. With James Spader, Susan Sarandon, Jason Alexander, Eileen Brennan and Kathy Bates. 

Adapted from Glenn Savan’s original novel by the screenwriting duo of Ted Tally and Alvin Sargent, … 306 more words

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