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Smokey And The Bandit - An Introduction

Catching up part 2! Here is Darrell Buxton’s Introduction to the Burt Reynolds’ classic Smokey And The Bandit! Ten Four Good Buddy!

Hello and welcome to QUAD for tonight’s show as part of our regular ‘Fringes’ strand. 978 more words

Fringe Cinema

Pride: Simple | Basic | Human

Wanted to share a post on behalf of my company’s Pride group. It was uploaded today into our internal website, which reaches over 12,000 employees, worldwide. 233 more words


Tony Awards Eligibility: Mark Ruffalo, Sally Field to Vie for Lead Acting Nominations

The Tony Awards Administration Committee emerged from the Broadway season’s third eligibility meeting with new rulings on a small batch of shows, including productions with high-profile stars including Mark Ruffalo (“The Price”) and Sally Field (“The Glass Menagerie”). 308 more words


They Like Me, They Really Like Me

I’ve talked about losing friends (or not) and making new ones.  Another big theme for me, as is often the case on divorce, has been rekindling old friendships, reconnecting with long lost friends, and finding a deeper friendship with people who have always been around. 550 more words

Lincoln (2012) {spoiler alert}

Another Spielberg epic which I watched without knowing anything except that I would find Joseph Gordon-Levitt somewhere in it. He has a really small part but the movie was a good experience. 701 more words

Movie Mary

I spent the better part of two years researching and writing a biography of Mary Lincoln that provides historical nuances of the life and legacy of our country’s most controversial first lady. 1,327 more words

History For The Present

Smokey And The Bandit

Dir: Hal Needham, 1977


In all fairness, Hal Needham films are, pretty, mindless. A former stuntman, Needham uses the films as an excuse for car chases and car crashes, satisfying his thirst for destruction. 358 more words