"American Voiceover Artist & Legend" - Don LaFontaine -
(August 26, 1940 – September 1, 2008)famous for recording more than 5,000 film trailers and hundreds of thousands of television advertisements, network promotions, and video game trailers. His nicknames included "Thunder Throat" and "The Voice of God" He also was Co-announcer of the 79th Oscars. Don LaFontaine has the most recognizable voice in the game right now. Here is the legend's story told by none other than the legend himself.
(This Is One Lucky Guy)
Added: 24th February 2009
Posted By: mia_bambina
Remember Shaun Cassidy, Leif Garrett, Parker Stevenson, David Cassidy, John Travolta, Ryan O Neal, Roger Moore, Lee Majors, Jan Michael Vincent, Clint Eastwood, Richard Gere, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Dustin Hoffman, Farrah Fawcett, Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Ladd, Kate Jackson, Dana Plato, Olivia Newton John, Melissa Gilbert, Carrie Fisher, Rex Smith, Elton John, England, John Ford Coley, Billy Joel, Donna Summers, Karen Carpenter, Diana Ross, Donnie & Marie Osmonds, Air Supply, Genesis, The Eagles, Aerosmith, Queen, Bee Gees, Led Zeppelin, Different Strokes, Starsky & Hutch, Chips, Wonder Woman, Grease, Rocky, Jaws, Dirty Harry, Superman, The Muppet Show, Tom & Jerry, Sesame Street and so many more..
Added: 3rd January 2008
Posted By: Babs64
In this 1973 episode of The Brady Bunch (titled Never Too Young), Bobby Brady gets kissed by classmate Millicent--and decides he likes it. You'll recognize the girl who plays Millicent as Melissa Sue Anderson from Little House On The Prairie.
Added: 12th May 2008
Posted By: Lava1964
Former Chicago Bears defensive lineman William “The Refrigerator” Perry remains hospitalized in South Carolina.
Aiken Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Melissa Summer said Wednesday that Perry is in serious condition. The 46-year-old Perry has been hospitalized to deal with complications from Guillain-Barre (gee-LAN’ bah-RAY’) Syndrome, a chronic inflammation disorder of the peripheral nerves.
Perry’s nephew, Purnell Perry, said Tuesday that his uncle was admitted more than a week ago but was expected to recover. A man who answered the phone Wednesday at Purnell Perry’s home in Aiken said he couldn’t comment on the football player’s hospitalization.
The 300-pound plus defensive tackle played for the Bears’ 1985 Super Bowl team, and helped lead Clemson to the 1981 national championship.
Added: 22nd April 2009
Posted By: Old Fart
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