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Gale Gordon, Mr. Mooney Himself

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Born in 1906 as Charles T. Aldrich, Jr., Gale Gordon had show business in his genes. His… Read more
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Petticoat Junction: American Great Comedy TV series

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
Introduction: Petticoat Junction is an American comedy TV series that has been telecasted… Read more
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Mary Jane Croft, One of the World's Most Famous Best Friends

in Actors and Actresses by Audrey Marple
Mary Jane Croft was born in 1916 in Muncie, Indiana. Her career began while she was still… Read more
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The Lucy Show: The Show That Proved We Still Loved Lucy

in TV Series and TV Shows by Franck Benedittini
The Lucy Show was the third television series to star the world's most beloved redhead,… Read more

Cinema: Actors, Directors, Writers, Characters

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Robert Vaughn - Old School Legend

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Robert Vaughn was born in a showbiz orientated family in New York in 1932. His mother worked as a stage actress while his dad loved radio and worked as an actor in a radio station’s acting studio. After the divorce of his parents, Robert moved to Minneapolis… Read more
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Robert Wagner

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Robert Wagner often also known as RJ by friends, is at present known to be one of the most popular and successful actors in the entertaining industry, according to his personal website currently published on the internet as well as literally millions of… Read more
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Jayne Mansfield

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Jayne Mansfield: The family from beginning to end At an early age Vera Jayne Palmer was… Read more
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Terence Hill - Italian Superstar

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
Terence Hill is a legendary Italian actor (born as Mario Girotti), who became famous for… Read more
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Jack Nicholson: the cinema's neurotic touch

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
When it comes to a casting role that requires an actor with having the neurotic touch,… Read more
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Vincent Price: The Renaissance Man

in Actors and Actresses by Franck Benedittini
The well known and enigmatic Vincent Price was born on the 27th of May, 1911 in St Louis,… Read more

Cartoons & Animations: Characters, Studios

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Fleischer Superman Cartoon Episode Summaries

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
The Mad Scientist The first episode where we are first introduced to the man of steel. We… Read more
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Gulliver’s Travels – A Unique Adventure

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
Gulliver’s Travels is a cel-animated feature film in Technicolor, made in 1939, by… Read more
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The Evolution of Superman

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
T The story of Superman has fascinated the world for over seventy years with no sign of… Read more
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Fleischer Superman Cartoons

in Studios by Franck Benedittini
17 Glimpses of Superness BBack in the early days of moving pictures (today we call them… Read more

Movie Articles & Reviews

Nowhere in Africa (2001)

in Drama by Matt Ferraz
It was March 23, 2003, time for the Academy Awards, and everybody was excited to know the winners... except here in Brazil. The Brazillian people was extremely dissapointed with the Academy, since our most hyped movie at the time didn't even got a nomination… Read more
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The Brain that Wouldn’t Die (1962)

Original Release Date: 1962 Director: Joseph Greene The things that we do for love… After… Read more
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Brief History of Vampire Movies

T There have been many movies over the last century made and even remade since the first… Read more
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Esther and the King (1960) - From Biblical to Hollywood

No other source makes up for more intense and interesting stories than that of the Holy… Read more
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Adrift (2009)

There's a very thin line that separate slow pacing from boredom. And let's be honest:… Read more