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“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was talking about one of his books and I’m paraphrasing: “We’re all a bunch a screw […]
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- This Charlie's Angels scene is pretty corny and yet very entertaining and funny.The Los Angeles Rams would've never had to worry about filling the Los Angeles Coliseum, with the Charlie's Angels as their cheerleaders.Charlie's Babies might be a better title for Charlie's Angels. The original 3 are so adorable.Who wants to drive when you have Jaclyn Smith to drive you around?One of the 3 best scenes in Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest. Not one of the funniest, but one of the best.Happy Birthday to my favorite actor of all-time and I believe the best comedic actor ever, Cary Grant. Here he is in his best role ever and I believe the best Alfred Hitchcock movie ever, North By Northwest with Martin Landau.
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Tag Archives: Dick Cavett Show
Source:The New Democrat “Raquel Welch discusses her movie, Myra Breckinridge in which she plays the title role undergoing gender reassignment surgery.” From The Dick Cavett Show I’ve seen Myra Breckinridge maybe 20 times, certainly 10 times in the last ten years … Continue reading
Cavett Biter: The Dick Cavett Show- Raquel Welch: ‘Talks About Publicity People and Myra Breckinridge in 1970’
Source:The New Democrat “Raquel Welch bitches about publicity people. Add “&fmt=18″ for the high-resolution version. From THE DICK CAVETT SHOW. June 25, 1970.” From Cavett Biter I take it Raquel Welch wasn’t a fan of publicity people. Which is to me … Continue reading