Jackie Gleason

Recently released on Blu-ray and DVD: Person to Person, The Journey, The Man Who Died Twice, The Honeymooners: Christmas Laughter Read more

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<p> Before the advent of home taping, no one thought of owning a copy of a television show and there was a chance that a favorite episode might never be seen again. Much early programming has disappeared into the ether, yet many things have been .. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

Among all the situation comedies of the 1950s, “The Honeymooners” presented the most unconventional depiction of American family life. Living far from the comfortable upper middle class suburbia of the Cleavers or the urban comfort of the Ricar.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

Boulevard Theatre launched its 2009-2010 season with the 1997 Douglas Carter Beane comedy As Bees in Honey Drown, which tells the story of a beautiful con artist who takes advantage of an aspiring author. Ericka Wade plays the aforementione... Read more

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Everyone remembers Lucille Ball from her 1950s TV show, “I Love Lucy,” but her career began years earlier in movies and continued on television for two more decades. A pair of her 1970s TV specials, “Lucy Gets Lucky” and “Three for Two,” will be.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

In the mid-1920s, the Ku Klux Klan had reached the peak of its influence, with an estimate Witness ,Today in Milwaukee Read more

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Jackie Gleason charged ahead bullishly with his plans for “The Honeymooners,” overstepping the objections of the network and ignoring the slings of critics. He had a good thing going with his weekly TV variety show. Why risk it all on a situation.. Read more

I Hate Hollywood

December 13, 2007 Excuseme, was that Greg Koch?" asked a woman at an Alterra Greg Koch and Other Bad Men Live on the Radio ,Local Music Read more

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