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  • Going_in_style_home_top_story

    Motion/Captured Must-See: 'Going In Style'

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009

    We had respect for Martin Brest before 'Gigli,' and here's the best reason why
  • 'New Girl' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' score big ratings from Super Bowl

    Type: Post | Date: Monday, Feb 3, 2014

    'New Girl' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' score big ratings from Super Bowl Bruno Mars beats Beyonce Lorne Michaels talks "SNL" -- his typical week, his lack of a succesion plan, the show's diversity
  • Primrosepathcut_home_top_story

    Sneak Peek: Academy's new collection of golden age B-movie posters

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Jan 31, 2013

    Examples of a future exhibition at AMPAS' planned museum?
  • Theateam_home_top_story

    Timeless Questions: Did Mr. T ever actually say ‘I Pity the Fool’ on ‘The A-Team’?

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Jun 11, 2014

    What the phrase has in common with 'Beam me up, Scotty' and 'Play it again, Sam'
  • Thesimpsons_margeinchains_home_top_story

    FXX's Every Simpsons Ever Marathon: Day 3 - HitFix Picks

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Aug 22, 2014

    A teddy bear, a gummie Venus, a sea of rakes and a Bort license plate make appearances
  • Lucy Show

    Type: Event | Date: Monday, Oct 26, 2009

    Includes:The Lucy Show: Lucy's Barbershop Quartet (1963) The Lucy Show: Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower (1963) The Lucy Show: Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs (1966) The Lucy Show: Lucy and George Burns (1966) The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Bean Queen (1966) The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Submarine (1966) The Lucy Show: Lucy and John Wayne (1966) The Lucy Show: Lucy Gets Jack Benny's Account (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Law (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets the Berles (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Fight Manager (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy's Substitute Secretary (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy and the French Movie Star (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy Meets Sheldon Leonard (1967) The Lucy Show: Lucy's Barbershop Quartet Lucy (Lucille Ball wants to sing in Viv's Barbershop Quartet, but Viv (Vivian Vance) has reservations about her roommate's singing talents (or lack of same). However, when one of the quartet members is forced to drop out just before a big musical contest in Albany, Viv decides to give Lucy a chance. Of course, this requires our heroine to take some singing lessons in a hurry--and inasmuch as the inimitable Hans Conried is cast as the flustered music teacher, it's not hard to determine what happens next! ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Lucy Show: Lucy and Viv Put in a Shower There just isn't enough space in a single bathroom for the five members of the Carmichael-Bagley household, thus Lucy (Lucille Ball) and Viv (Vivian Vance) decide to install an extra shower. Neighbor Harry (Dick Martin) arranges for a plumber to do the job cheap, only to have the plumber quit in disgust over Lucy's constant meddling. Clearly, there is no other alternative for the girls than to finish the job themselves. This is the notorious episode in which Vivian Vance actually rescues Lucille Ball from drowning while the cameras are rolling! ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Lucy Show: Lucy and Carol in Palm Springs In the concluding episode of a two-part story, Lucy's roommate Carol Bradford (Carol Burnett) is hired along with The Vagabonds to perform a musical act at an upcoming Palm Springs golf tournament. When she is invited to accompany Carol to the gig, Lucy (Lucille Ball) feigns illness so she can skip work. Upon her arrival at Palm Springs, Lucy is fixed up with a date with handsome movie actor Collin Grant (Dan Rowan)--who happens to be the golfing partner of Lucy's boss Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon). Carol, Lucy and The Vagabonds (including an uncredited Joe Pesci!) perform "Lazy River" and "The Hukilau Song." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Lucy Show: Lucy and George Burns Season Five of The Lucy Show begins, typically enough, with a guest star--in this instance the ageless George Burns. While doing business with banker Mooney (Gale Gordon), Burns confides that he is working up a new nightclub act: All he needs is a "kooky" female partner. Enter Mooney's secretary Lucy (Lucille Ball), who proceeds to amaze Burns with a convoluted explanation of her unique filing system. Duly impressed, Burns invites Lucy to join him on stage--and what follows is not only a fond recreation of the old "Burns and Allen" days (with Lucy, of course, as Gracie), but also a song-and-dance duet to the tune of the old Sophie Tucker standard "Some of These Days." ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Lucy Show: Lucy, the Bean Queen In desperate need of money for new furniture, Lucy (Lucille Ball) and Mary Jane (Mary Jane Croft) attempt to take advantage of an advertising campaign created by Col. Andrew Bailey (Ed Begley), aka "The Bean King." Succeeding at getting double her money back on a can of Colonel Bailey's Bean, Lucy and Mary Jane go through the same rigmarole time and time again, until the two ladies have managed to collect $1500. What our heroines don't know is that Lucy's boss Mr. Mooney (Gale Gordon) is Colonel Bailey's biggest investor! ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide The Lucy Show: Lucy and the Submarine Called up for two weeks' service as a
  • Moves-like-jagger_home_top_story

    Do Maroon 5, Xtina and 'Jagger' dance to 3 weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100?

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Sep 22, 2011

    Who sets the record for oldest living artist to zoom -- OK, walk -- onto the charts ?
  • Pinetopperkins_652_chrispizzello__home_top_story

    Blues legend Pinetop Perkins dead at 97

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Mar 22, 2011

    Collected a Grammy in February for best traditional blues album
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    Stardust - Blu-ray Disc

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 7, 2010

    In hopes of wooing a beautiful girl Tristan promises to bring her a falling star
  • Joanriversapieceofwork_home_top_story

    Sundance Review: 'Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work'

    Type: Post | Date: Wednesday, Jan 27, 2010

    New Sundance doc takes a funny and humanizing look at Joan Rivers
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