‘TV Therapy’ for Classic Television Stars

By Nick Thomas~ In 2019, actor/writer/producer Terry Ray convinced Erin Murphy,  best known for playing baby Tabitha in “Bewitched,” to reprise her role in a short five-minute web skit. Her

Paul ‘Crocodile Dundee’ Hogan Is Back — Sort Of

By Nick Thomas~ It’s been 35 years since Paul Hogan unleashed the rugged, reptile-wrestling Mick Dundee onto the world in the hit “Crocodile Dundee” franchise. Just last December, Hogan returned

A Bumpy Road Led Hank Garrett to ‘Car 54’ and Beyond

By Nick Thomas~ Childhood was rough for Hank Garrett. He grew up in Harlem in the 1940s and 50s, an especially tough time for that New York City neighborhood. “We

Jacqueline Bisset’s Thriving Career

By Nick Thomas~ Now in her seventh decade as a film actress, British beauty Jacqueline Bisset first hit the big screen in the mid-1960s. She became a household name after

Natalie Wood’s Daughter Keeps the Memories Alive

By Nick Thomas~ With the holidays approaching, it’s only a matter of time before seasonal movie favorites play on televisions nationwide. Though generally a Christmas film, the opening scenes of

Kelly Stewart on Her Famous Father, Jimmy Stewart

By Nick Thomas~ Jimmy Stewart put the classic in ‘classic movies!’ Consider these titles in which he starred: “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “The Philadelphia Story,” “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington,”

‘Tinker Bell’ Ties the Knot at 90

By Nick Thomas~ What could convince a 90-year-old actress – once a model for Disney animators creating the Tinker Bell character of 1953’s “Peter Pan” – to abandon her West

France Nuyen’s Amazing Hollywood Journey

By Nick Thomas ~ France Nuyen is astonished — not only by her successful Hollywood career, but also by her very survival. Nuyen, who turned 80, last year, is beloved

Paul Petersen Remembers TV Mom, Donna Reed

By Nick Thomas ~ While most of us will be remembering mothers on May 10 this year, entertainers who worked as child actors in television sitcoms may also have special

The Science of Garlic

By Nick Thomas ~  If you plan on celebrating National Garlic Day on April 19, remember the old New York Yiddish saying, “A nickel will get you on the subway,

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