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Cynthia Lynn Following the recent passing of Richard Dawson, I was asked on another post how many of the Hogan's Heroes cast are still alive. Here's one: Cynthia Lynn, who played the very lovely Fraulein Helga, the first of Colonel Klink's two secretaries, in the first season of the sitcom. Born in Latvia in 1936, she is still with us today at age 75.
Tags: Cynthia  Lynn  Hogans  Heroes  sitcom  CBS 
Added: 5th June 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Kenneth Washington Kenneth Washington is another Hogan's Heroes cast member who is still alive. Washington, now 65, played Corporal Richard Baker in the final season of Hogan's Heroes (1970-71). He effectively replaced Ivan Dixon (Sergeant James Kinchloe) who had left the cast after the show's fifth season. Baker assumed Kinchloe's role as the heroes' radio operator. During the show, no explanation was ever offered as to what happened to Kinchloe or how Baker became part of the heroes. That's kind of odd when Stalag 13 was supposedly an escape-proof POW camp! Perhaps CBS hoped nobody would notice the change!
Tags: Kenneth  Washington  Hogans  Heroes 
Added: 5th June 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
The Fugitive Finale - 1967 The Fugitive was a highly successful adventure/drama series that aired from on ABC from 1963 to 1967 and starred David Janssen. Here was the premise: A doctor, Richard Kimble, is falsely convicted of his wife's murder and sentenced to death, but then he escapes custody in a train wreck while being transported to prison. With this unexpected turn of events, Kimble roams the country as a wanted man, searching for his wife's true killer. The series concluded with two-part finale that aired on August 22 and 29, 1967. At the time, the second part was the the most watched episode of an American TV drama in history. (It was later surpassed by Dallas' "Who Shot J.R.?" episode in 1980.) In the eagerly awaited climax, Kimble eventually tracks down his wife's murderer (the infamous "one-armed man") but is then caught by the police detective, Lieutenant Gerrard, who has been chasing Kimble throughout the entire series. Kimble convinces the police to let him prove his innocence, which he does via the killer's last-minute confession during a shootout at an abandoned amusement park. Some 25.7 million American households watched Dr. Kimble go free.
Tags: TV  finale  The  Fugitive 
Added: 14th June 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bob Richards 1956-1994 Bob Richards was born as Robert L. Schwartz, He was the Chief Meteorologist at KSDK in 1983 to 1994, He grew up in Bloomfield, New Jersey, Before KSDK he was a Meteorologist at The Weather Channel through 1982 to 1983, also earned the Seal Of Apporval from the American Meteorological Society, But his tormented and embarrassment of his affair becoming public. On March 23rd, 1994, Richards took off his private plane from Spirit of St. Louis Airport and crash his plane to the ground, and he was killed, He committed suicide.
Tags: 1994  Bob  Richards  Meteorologist  KSDK  St  Louis  Missouri  1983  American  Meteorological  Society  Chief 
Added: 20th June 2012
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Posted By: poundsdwayne47
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Added: 20th June 2012
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Posted By: richardluna
Ted Bessell 1935-1996 Remember actor Ted Bessell? He had hoped to be a pianist; as a youth he performed at Carnegie Hall. However, he drifted towards an acting career. He was best known for portraying Donald Hollinger, the steady romantic interest of Marlo Thomas' character Ann Marie on That Girl. The two became engaged in the 1970 season. That Girl ran from 1966 to 1971. Following that series, Bessell starred in the truly awful sitcom Me and the Chimp, which ran for 13 dreadful episodes in 1972. In 1976, he played Joe, Mary Richard's love interest, in two episodes of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. It appeared that Bessell was going to be added as a permanent MTM cast member (and perhaps become Mary's husband), but it never panned out. Bessell was about to direct the big screen version of Bewitched when he died suddenly of an aneurysm in 1996. He was just 61.
Tags: Ted  Bessell  actor 
Added: 7th July 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Cliff Richard-- Theme from A Summer Place Tags: Cliff  Richard  Theme  from  A  Summer  Place            Cliff          Richard          Theme          From          Summer          place          Movie          Mack          Discant          Max          Steiner          1959          Sandra          Dee          Troy          Donahue          Grammy          Love          Forever 
Added: 8th July 2012
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Posted By: Cathy
Tootsie Trailer Tags: Home  Video  Videocassette  Trailer  Tootsie  Charles  Evans  Sydney  Pollack  Dick  Richards  Ronald  L.  Schwary  Dustin  Hoffman  Jessica  Lange  Teri  Garr  Dabney  Coleman  Charles  Durning 
Added: 23rd February 2015
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Posted By: Freckles
50 Years Since Ringo Starr Had Tonsils Removed Yes, time flies lol. December 2, 1964 Ringo Starr checked in "to hospital" to have his tonsils removed.
Tags: 50  Years  Since  Ringo  Starr  Had  Tonsils  Removed  Richard  Starkey,  Jr.    John  Lennon  Paul  McCartney  George  Harrison  Ringo  Starr   
Added: 2nd December 2014
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Posted By: Music Maiden
Scrabble Cheating Scandal - 2012 It's not often that the U.S. National Scrabble Championship tournament prompts a discussion on an ESPN panel show, gets feature coverage on CNN, is reported in numerous overseas newspapers, and has an op-ed piece in the New York Times written about it, but it happened at the 2012 tourney in Orlando. Why? A youthful competitor was disqualified for cheating. It was the first time in the tournament's 35-year history that a player was booted out of the Nationals. The minor, whose identity is being protected by the North American Scrabble Players Association because of his age, was caught 'palming blanks' before his 24th-round match on Tuesday, August 14. At the previous year's tourney in Dallas, suspicions were raised about the same player because he only had six tournaments' worth of experience and did not possess especially strong word knowledge, yet he consistently scored exceptionally well. After the tournament, one suspicious opponent polled the boy's other opponents and discovered the youth had gotten about 90% of the important blank tiles over 31 games--which is statistically improbable. The legitimacy of the boy's 2011 performance was widely debated on Internet Scrabble forums, with the accusers often being denounced as jealous or sore losers. At the 2012 event, the boy's 'lucky tile drawing' again appeared. Before round 24 began, after all 100 tiles were supposed to have been put into the tile bag, the youth's opponent suspected that the boy had palmed the two valuable blank tiles instead of placing them into the bag. He summoned a tournament director (referee) to examine the bag to see if it contained 100 tiles or just 98. Just as the director was about to begin his count, an alert player at a nearby table shouted, 'He just threw two tiles onto the floor!' Sure enough, they were the two blank tiles. The youth was quickly disqualified--and the close-knit tournament Scrabble world knew about it almost immediately through Internet tournament coverage and social media. The I-told-you-so crowd had a field day. The news spread quickly beyond the Scrabble chatrooms. Within 40 minutes the story was on ABC News' website and on CNN's within an hour. Without much delay, the story spread to most of the English-speaking world, garnering print media coverage in Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand, among other far-flung places. The British enjoy a good scandal, so it was not too surprising that UK newspapers were escpecially interested in the youth's disqualification. A picture of the youth, cleverly Photo-Shopped to show him playing Scrabble behind prison bars with the vertical caption 'BUSTED' (written in Scrabble tiles, of course), circulated in cyberspace. John D. Williams of the National Scrabble Association joked, "We're one step away from drug testing." Nigel Richards, a brilliant New Zealander who lives in Malaysia, won the the tournament and the $10,000 first prize for the third time in four years in a spectacular manner--but Richards' feat was almost completely overshadowed by the juicy cheating scandal.
Tags: Scrabble  scandal  cheating 
Added: 5th September 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964

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