Dick Wilson Remembered

Dick Wilson had a long and varied career in show business, but he will forever be remembered as cranky store manager Mr. Whipple with his catch phrase, “Please Don’t Squeeze the Charmin!” He was 91. Wilson died a few weeks ago at the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, announced […]

Verity Lambert Remembered

Source: Variety Europe Written by: Steve Clarke U.K. producer Verity Lambert dies — TV pioneer started ‘Doctor Who’ LONDON — Verity Lambert, one of the great pioneers of British television drama and film, has died aged 71. In a career lasting more than 40 years Lambert, who famously became the youngest and only female producer […]

President Clinton Opens Some of His UFO Files


The Clinton Presidential Library has opened up, for public viewing, some of its Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) text reports and video files gathered during Bill Clinton’s 8-year tenure as President of the United States of America. However, the most controversial footage is still being kept classified. Much of the data released has been sought for […]

Ira Levin Remembered

Source: Yahoo News (Writing by Peter Cooney; Editing by Dominic Evans) Ira Levin, author of the best-selling horror and suspense novels “Rosemary’s Baby,” “The Stepford Wives” and “The Boys from Brazil,” all later made into popular films, has died at age 78, according to media reports. The New York Times reported that Levin died on […]

Zombie On A Train

Passengers on a German train mistook a Halloween reveler dressed up as a gore-covered zombie for a murder victim and called the police, according to Reuters. The 24-year-old Hamburg man was passed out drunk on one of the train seats after a fun-filled Halloween party. The zombie wannabe had what appeared to be blood and […]

Stallone Witnesses Atrocities At Myanmar

Sylvester Stallone says he and his “Rambo” sequel movie crew witnessed the human toll of unspeakable atrocities while filming along the Myanmar border. “I witnessed the aftermath — survivors with legs cut off and all kinds of land mine injuries, maggot-infested wounds and ears cut off. We saw many elephants with blown off legs. We […]

Lois Maxwell Remembered

Lois Maxwell, the Canadian-born actress, whose movie and stage roles ranged from high drama to campy comedies has died of cancer at the age of 80. Maxwell, had a vast film career, even starring opposite the late President Ronald Reagan in the 1950’s comedy film “Bedtime for Bonzo,” but will be remembered most for the […]

Alice Ghostley Remembered

Alice Ghostley, the Emmy-nominated and Tony Award-winning actress has died at age 81 after a long struggle with colon cancer. In her later years Ghostley became debilitated after several strokes. The funny actress started on Broadway then moved on to film and finally television in its early days. While her film career spanned several decades […]

Robert Jordan Remembered

Famed fantasy writer Robert Jordan is dead The author of the “Wheel of Time” fantasy series and many of the Conan books died at the young age of 59 after his battle with the debilitating condition known as cardiac amyloidosis. He would have celebrated his 60th birthday next month. Jordan’s real name was James Oliver […]

Percy Rodriquez Remembered

Source: StarTrek.com Percy Rodriguez was “Commodore Stone,” the commander of Starbase 11 who presided over the trial of James T. Kirk in the Original Series episode “Court Martial.” Rodriguez died last Thursday, September 6, of complications from kidney disease, according to his talent agency and various reports. He was 83. A Canadian of Afro-Latino descent, […]

Carrey Raises Awareness

Jim Carrey films video to raise awareness of imprisoned human-rights leader Aung San Suu Kyi NEW YORK (AP) — Jim Carrey has made a straight-to-YouTube video. And it’s not funny at all. The 45-year-old actor-comedian — in rare serious mode — appears in a new public service announcement on behalf of the Human Rights Action […]