Saturday, September 12, 2015
Friday, September 11, 2015
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Who doesn't love Jr's Hot Dogs? I have been going since they opened a small, wood shack in Alsip, IL. We rode our bikes up there for a 15 cent slushie. I am lucky to have the best one at the end of my block :)
Tuesday, September 08, 2015
Thanks to our friend Fred Clemens for pointing out a few facts about ALLAN MIRCHIN :) He recorded and dubbed Burl Ives Songs and Dialogue in 1964, for Rankin/Bass' Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer at his Aura studios in New York City. His first name was also mis-spelled in the 1965 credits that remain on today's print of the special. His first name was also mis-spelled in the 1964 credits too.
This was the king voiced by my late friend Allen Swift. What a great design! Someone made a horrible decision by losing this design and going with that masked live action character.
Monkees Original NBC TV Spot
We are kicking off The Monkees 50th anniversary celebration with THE MONKEES - THE COMPLETE SERIES on High-Definition Blu Ray! We've located the original 35mm negatives and are currently remastering the entire series in stunning HD! The set includes all 58 episodes, the "33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee" TV special, the cult classic Monkees movie HEAD, never-before-seen HEAD outtakes, original Kellogg's commercials, commentaries and more surprises to be revealed.This deluxe fan edition is strictly limited to 10,000 individually numbered sets and is available ONLY on Monkees.com - not from any store or other online retailer!Pre-order yours now before they're gone! Here's the ONLY place you can get this fantastic set: http://smarturl.it/MonkeesD2CTo whet your appetite, here is an original NBC network promo we've located (it hasn't been mastered yet, but we couldn't wait to share it!) - this hasn't been seen for nearly 50 years!
It has been about 12-15 since the original DVD release
Monday, September 07, 2015
Sorry to hear about Judy today as well! Wish LOVE ON A ROOFTOP would come out on DVD...never saw it in syndication and heard some of the music from it and really liked it!
So sorry to hear about Martin Milner's passing. One of my favorite actors and good in so many things. I believe he was one of the first actors to act with James Dean on television. Also one of the few to have two very successful series on television. A great!