In this satirical take on late Hollywood legend Ann Miller by the Punchy Players, Ann's house looks like Louis G. Mayer exploded all over it.
Enter Judy and Liza, who plow through the mounds of corn cob holders, powdered donuts, and Howard Keel, and try to rescue the tapdancing kook from compulsive ... More >>
Starring character actor Jesse White, this commercial, circa 1960, treats Esskay franks as if you could smoke them.
Born 1926, Stan Freberg was an American satirist, active in the 1950s through the 1980s. Something of a Renaissance Man, he was a radio personality, comedian, wrote books, voiced ani ... More >>
They're all in John DiLeo's new book Screen Savers II: My Grab Bag of Classic Movies, and not surprisingly, a bunch of them involve Susan Hayward.
In fact, as anyone with any breeding knows, the above scene has Hayward as aging battleax Helen Lawson getting into a tussle with Patty Duke as pill-pop ... More >>
They all went to the same club--Chicago's Pump Room--at one time or another.
And they've all ended up in the same amazing photo book, Icons At The Pump Room--a promotional item handed to certain lucky VIPs (like my friend Christian Freedom).
If you like this quartet of diva divinity, just pick up ... More >>
Health CommunicationsCelebs might be gone, but not forgottenWhile celebrities now get their food fixes at trendy restaurants like LA's Koi or Nobu, once upon a time they actually cooked. Eartha Kitt made a mean chicken wing, Gilda Radner whipped up a sumptuous apple cake, and Johnny Cash fri ... More >>
Every single movie nowadays seems to be in 3-D, which means you fork over an extra three bucks to strap headache-inducing glasses on your face and see oppressive animation and/or effects envelop the mind you already checked at the door.
It's become such a prevalent phenomenon that if anyone ... More >>