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    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

    Type: Event | Date: Monday, Feb 17, 2014

    Fallon starts the hosting gig tonight.
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    The Comedy Awards

    Type: Event | Date: Sunday, May 6, 2012

    Comedy Central honors the funny tonight.
  • Here's Lucy: Season Two

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Nov 3, 2009

    Includes:Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Indian Chief (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy's Burglar Alarm (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Andrews Sisters (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Used Car Dealer (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy the Cement Worker (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 1 (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 2 (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Johnny Carson (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Generation Gap (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Bogie Affair (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy Protects Her Job (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy the Helpful Mother (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy Runs the Rapids (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Harry's Tonsils (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy at the Drive-In Movie (1969) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Ann-Margret (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Carol Burnett (2) (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Liberace (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Viv Visit Tijuana (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Wally Cox (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy Takes Over (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Wayne Newton (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy the Laundress (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and Lawrence Welk (1970) Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Indian Chief No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy's Burglar Alarm No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Andrews Sisters No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Used Car Dealer No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy the Cement Worker No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 1 No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy Joins the Air Force Academy, Part 2 No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Johnny Carson No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Generation Gap No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and the Bogie Affair No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy Protects Her Job No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy the Helpful Mother No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy Runs the Rapids No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Harry's Tonsils No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy at the Drive-In Movie No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Ann-Margret No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Carol Burnett (2) No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Liberace No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Viv Visit Tijuana No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Wally Cox No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy Takes Over No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Wayne Newton No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy the Laundress No synopsis available. Here's Lucy: Lucy and Lawrence Welk No synopsis available.
  • The Phantom of the Opera - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Sep 13, 2009

    This Technicolor retelling of the Gaston Leroux "grand guignol" classic The Phantom of the Opera has a little more opera than phantom, but that's because the stars are soprano Susannah Foster and tenor Nelson Eddy. Claude Rains carries the acting honors on his shoulders, playing a pathetic orchestra violinist who worships aspiring opera-singer Foster from afar. The girl is unaware that Rains has secretly been financing her music lessons with instructor Leo Carrillo. When he runs out of money, Rains attempts to sell the concerto that he's been working on all his life. Mistakenly believing that his precious concerto has been stolen from him, Rains attacks and kills the music publisher he holds responsible. Terrified, the publisher's mistress throws a pan full of acid into Rains' face. Rains runs screaming into the night, and is not heard from for the next reel or so. Soon afterward, the Paris Opera house is plagued by a series of mysterious accidents. The managers are informed via letter that the "accidents" will continue if Foster is not immediately promoted to leading roles. Only after reigning diva Jane Farrar is drugged into incapacitation is Foster given her big break. Farrar accuses Foster's boyfriend, police inspector Nelson Eddy, of doping her in order to advance Foster's career. Farrar is later strangled, and Eddy is accused of the crime. The culprit is, of course, Rains, who now poses as the masked-and-caped "phantom". Maniacally determined that no one will impede Foster's success, Rains causes a huge chandelier to crash down on the opera audience when Foster fails to appear onstage (she'd been kept from performing by police-chief Edgar Barrier, who hoped in this manner to flush The Phantom out of hiding). A chase through the catacombs below the opera house ensues, with Rains holding Foster prisoner. When Rains briefly lets down his guard, the tremulous Foster removes his mask. It's "yecccch," all right, but nowhere near as frightening as the unmasking scene in the silent Lon Chaney version of Phantom of the Opera. The same can be said for the rest of this 1943 remake, though in fairness it appears as though the film wasn't really designed to scare anyone, but instead to serve as a suspense yarn with musical interludes. Hume Cronyn makes his second film appearance in Phantom in a microscopic role. The huge sets designed for this picture were hastily reused for the 1944 Universal melodrama The Climax, starring Boris Karloff and (again) Susannah Foster. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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    The Great Buck Howard

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Mar 20, 2009

    A law school drop out tries to revive the career of a master magician
  • Les Moonves says '12:30 is up in the air' and 'a woman would be great in late night'

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Apr 11, 2014

    Les Moonves says '12:30 is up in the air' and 'a woman would be great in late night' Prediction: Stephen Colbert will become No. 2 to No. 1 Jimmy Fallon Why not replace Stephen Colbert with Key and Peele?
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    David Letterman to retire from 'Late Show'

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Apr 3, 2014

    Watch: Dave likely to step down in 2015, with succession plans uncertain
  • Maryland politicos threaten to seize property belonging to 'House of Cards' production company

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Mar 28, 2014

    Maryland politicos threaten to seize property belonging to 'House of Cards' production company
  • 'Duck Dynasty’s' season finale down 28% from last season

    Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Mar 27, 2014

    “Duck Dynasty’s” season finale down 28% from last season Amazon is set to stream its original shows for free, with ads Joan Rivers will sit on "The Tonight Show" couch tonight for the 1st time in 28 years
  • Comedian David Brenner, a Johnny Carson 'Tonight Show' favorite, dies at 78

    Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Mar 15, 2014

    Comedian David Brenner, a Johnny Carson "Tonight Show" favorite, dies at 78
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