Vince Edwards was famous for playing the title doctor character on TV's Ben Casey.
But he might have also been someone you'd like to play doctor with.
In his youth, Vince was an athlete and posed for the below photo, which the kids at datalounge.com have so generously shared.
But be warned. Vince ... More >>
No, not as a musical, thereby depriving us of such surefire show stoppers as "The Devil Made Me Do It," "Soup For Two," and "Demon That Got Away".
It will be a straight play, which seems to be following in the Carrie tradition of making a horror classic more tasteful for the new age.
The Carrie mu ... More >>
In her new book, Recipes for Life: My Memories, Linda Evans describes how to make stuff like muffins and artichoke dip, as well as offering biographical chapters with titles like "Nearly Disappearing Into a Black Hole" and "Tuna Meltdown."
But she also reminisces about the famous time Rock Hudson k ... More >>
Well, one gay, anyway.
An Enquirer article points out that I'm not happy with Richard Chamberlain's recent remarks that actors should stay in the closet because there's still homophobia in the business.
Richard Chamberlain contemplates the challenge of gentrification. Yes, the star of Dr. Kildare and Shogun has joined the cast of the feature length gentrification comedy We Are The Hartmans, alongside drag king Murray Hill and drag queen Linda Simpson--not to mention Dell dude Ben Curtis--and ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
July 25, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 41
by Andrew Sarris
"ROSEMARY'S BABY" has been blessed with such extraordinary popularity from the printed page to the silver screen that it seems superfluous if not presumptuous for a critic to reco ... More >>