I didn’t get to watch the Golden Globes last night. Here’s the complete opening with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
Carl Switzer, better known as Alfalfa was born on August 7, 1927 and was “discovered” when he was touring Hal Roach Studios at the age of 6. He was signed to do the Our Gang film shorts. He did that for 6 years. He appeared in other films and television shows but never had the success he did as a child actor. Switzer was killed in 1959 over a $50 debt.
Jonathan Winters passed away of natural causes at his Montecito, California home at 6:45 p.m. PDT on April 11, 2013, surrounded by family and friends. Winters was 87 years old.
Here are two videos that feature this funny man at his best.
Jerry Seinfeld had a series this summer called Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. On this episode Jerry’s special guests are Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks. The two comedy legends have been friends for 62 years and eat dinner together every night.
I enjoyed this so much. I’ve been wondering how Mel Brooks was doing since I hadn’t heard much about him for quite a while. He is and was one of the funniest creative people in the business.
If you enjoyed this half as much as I did go here and watch the Spare Parts clips below the video.
Dick Clark, the music industry maverick, longtime TV host and powerhouse producer who changed the way we listened to pop music with “American Bandstand,” and whose trademark “Rockin’ Eve” became a fixture of New Year’s celebrations, died of a hear attack today at the age of 82. More on Clark’s death
Daytime Emmy Awards tribute to American Bandstand and Dick Clark in June of 2010.
From the Las Vegas Hilton, the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards pays tribute to the classic daytime TV show, American Bandstand and to the host with the most, Dick Clark. Ryan Seacrest hosts the segment which features the cast of Jersey Boys, Marie Osmond, Chubby Checker and Tony Orlando. With tributes from Simon Cowell, Cher, and many more.
There is an off Broadway improv version of Henson’s puppets that is for adults only. Stuffed and Unstrung director and co-creator Patrick Bristow reveals just what makes this dirty puppet show so appealing.
The show played St. Louis on Friday but I didn’t see this until today or I would have gone. I’m really disappointed I missed this.