The Beatles were JOHN, PAUL, GEORGE, and PETE … that is, until Pete was kicked out of the band in 1962, just as the group was about to take off into the stratosphere. From 1964, a very special “SECRET …”
Secret Storm and Search for Tomorrow promos. These should be separate files, so I’m going to have to redo them, but enjoy for now! Larry Luckinbill (Frank) and Judy Lewis (Susan) from Storm, and Mary Stuart (Jo) and Ann Williams (Eunice) from SFT.
1954 www.amazon.com thefilmarchived.blogspot.com The interviews were occasionally so memorable that the contestants became celebrities: “nature boy” well being advocate Robert Bootzin hapless Mexican laborer Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez and his offhandedly comic remarks a witty housewife named Phyllis Diller author Ray Bradbury blues singer and pianist Gladys Bentley strongman Paul Anderson. John Barbour and Ronnie Schell all appeared as contestants although working on the fringes of the entertainment industry. Harland Sanders, who talked about his “finger-lickin’” recipe for fried chicken which he parlayed into the “Kentucky Fried Chicken” chain of restaurants, once appeared as a contestant. A guest purporting to be a wealthy Arabian prince was truly writer William Peter Blatty Groucho saw through the disguise, stating “You are no much more a prince than I am simply because I have an Arabian horse and I know what they look like”. Blatty won 000 and utilised the leave of absence the money afforded him to write The Exorcist. No 1 in the audience knew who contestant Daws Butler was until he began speaking in Huckleberry Hound’s voice. He and his partner went on to win the leading prize of 000. Cajun politician Dudley J. LeBlanc, a Louisiana state senator, demonstrated his winning style at giving campaign speeches in French. General Omar Bradley was teamed with an army private, and Marx goaded the private into telling Bradley almost everything that was wrong with the army. Expert wrestler Wild … Video Rating: 4 / five