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Remembering Abbott and Costello

Many still recall the names Abbott & Costello. We realize they were one of the finest classical comedy teams, appearing in Burlesque, radio, TV, and the movies. Yet few of us are aware of events in their lives that shrouded the personal happiness of th
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Posted by on December 7, 2017

Maudie - a movie about an artist and a fish peddler - We both enjoyed this movie

We both sat and watched the movie called 'MAUDIE' a woman who lived in Nova Scotia, who became the housekeeper then wife of a man who sold fish, and wood and managed an orphan's home. She was stricken with a certain type of arthritis condition all her life
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Posted by on November 5, 2017

Madagascar

I just finished watching the cartoon-movie Madagascar. I have three grandchildren and I like to preview what they will see. I don't always succeed, but I do try. I was entertained by this movie overall, and there were many exceptionally funny moments. For
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Posted by on November 23, 2017

Phony Piano Playing

I love a good drama, and particularly I watch quite a few detective shows. What really bugs me about these shows is when certain details are phony. What details? I hate it when a phone number is given with the exchange (555). These originated, as I unde
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Posted by on November 27, 2017

It's curtains for Mrs Kasman!

NEW ONES THAT is. What you see in the picture here is an almost unbelieveable act of vandalism. Mrs Kasman is cutting our bedroom curtains in half! Some time ago, as I recall, she did mention something about redecorating our bedroom to which I, as us
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Posted by on November 4, 2017

Paper Airplanes - Inexpensive and Educational Entertainment

Do you have kids or grandkids? Or, for that matter, to you have a youthful side to your personality? However, while we're at it, are you short on funds? Well there is still a form of entertainment that takes very little money. Batteries need not be include
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Posted by on December 4, 2017

Is Technology Hurting Television and Movies?

I'm the kind of guy who watches re-runs. They are often at least as good as the newer productions. But there is a slight problem in a sense. The way in which they are made continually changes. Thus for the movies, film speed and the use of sound improved p
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Posted by on October 30, 2017

Remembering Abbott and Costello

Many still recall the names Abbott & Costello. We realize they were one of the finest classical comedy teams, appearing in Burlesque, radio, TV, and the movies. Yet few of us are aware of events in their lives that shrouded the personal happiness of th
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 7, 2017

Paper Airplanes - Inexpensive and Educational Entertainment

Do you have kids or grandkids? Or, for that matter, to you have a youthful side to your personality? However, while we're at it, are you short on funds? Well there is still a form of entertainment that takes very little money. Batteries need not be include
Click here to read more

Posted by on December 4, 2017

Phony Piano Playing

I love a good drama, and particularly I watch quite a few detective shows. What really bugs me about these shows is when certain details are phony. What details? I hate it when a phone number is given with the exchange (555). These originated, as I unde
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 27, 2017

Madagascar

I just finished watching the cartoon-movie Madagascar. I have three grandchildren and I like to preview what they will see. I don't always succeed, but I do try. I was entertained by this movie overall, and there were many exceptionally funny moments. For
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 23, 2017

Maudie - a movie about an artist and a fish peddler - We both enjoyed this movie

We both sat and watched the movie called 'MAUDIE' a woman who lived in Nova Scotia, who became the housekeeper then wife of a man who sold fish, and wood and managed an orphan's home. She was stricken with a certain type of arthritis condition all her life
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 5, 2017

It's curtains for Mrs Kasman!

NEW ONES THAT is. What you see in the picture here is an almost unbelieveable act of vandalism. Mrs Kasman is cutting our bedroom curtains in half! Some time ago, as I recall, she did mention something about redecorating our bedroom to which I, as us
Click here to read more

Posted by on November 4, 2017

Is Technology Hurting Television and Movies?

I'm the kind of guy who watches re-runs. They are often at least as good as the newer productions. But there is a slight problem in a sense. The way in which they are made continually changes. Thus for the movies, film speed and the use of sound improved p
Click here to read more

Posted by on October 30, 2017

All That Glitters...

I'm near three score and ten and I've been entertained by home-based media for quite a number of days now. Frankly, not much of what is produced now is worth my time. But I still enjoy entertainment. So along come sites that put TV and other Videos online
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Posted by on September 14, 2017

I Can't Seem to Get Enough - BBC's Bleak House (2005)

There is much programming. So much most everyone should be able to find something that suits him. I have particular tastes. Required: Great acting Great filming Great music, not in excess Great yet realistic special effects Worthwhile storyline At
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Posted by on July 18, 2017

Do You Remember Tiny Tim? Did You Appreciate Him?

Yes, I have written before about the eccentric professional singer Tiny Tim, a.k.a. Herbert Buckingham Khaury. His signature song, the one most closely associated with the man, was Tiptoe Through the Tulips. He sung in falsetto. What is the history of this
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Posted by on July 16, 2017