This week, we’re offering up three classic Disney films. Up first: The Rescuers Down Under.
Directed by Hendel Butoy and Mike Gabriel
1990/ 77 minutes
A sequel to 1977′s The Rescuers- The first Disney sequel to get a theatrical release, in fact, Down Under was also the first “proper” Disney movie that wasn’t based on an existing book, story or fable. The Rescuers had been based upon the novels of Margery Sharp, but Down Under wasn’t based on any of them.
It’s also notable for being the second Disney 53 movie (after The Black Cauldron (1985) not to have any musical numbers.
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Tristan Rogers will reprise his role next month as a former Wsb agent. His return is the result of a promise by Executive Producer Frank Valentini to bring back old characters for the show’s special milestone.
Rogers did rejoin the soap oh-so-briefly in February but his stint was short. He will be back on Nov. 15. According to the ABC issue of Soaps in Depth, Robert was last seen pursing his son, Ethan, at the behest of Luke — who wanted to give
Rogers’ first appearance will take place on Thursday, November 15, according to ABC Soaps In Depth, which first reported the news.
The elusive Wsb agent was last seen fleeing Port Charles earlier this year in search of his “son” Ethan, a sneaky plan devised by Luke — the boy’s actual father — as a way to help his friend find a reason to live after Robin’s death.
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Daytime Emmy winner Genie Francis has been let go from the CBS soap, CBS Soaps In Depth has learned. “Budgetary reasons” are reportedly behind the firing, though a spokesperson for the series tells TVLine that the show does “not comment on contracts, rumors or storyline information.”
The suds vet first joined Y&R in early 2011 as Cane’s long-estranged mother Genevieve. The gig, however short-lived, reunited Francis with her former Gh co-star Tristan Rogers, who joined the soap as her character’s bitter ex-husband.
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There was a time, decades ago, when it was Luke and Laura (Genie Francis) and Anna and Robert (Tristan Rogers). But while those romances have long since died down, Luke has comforted Anna over the past few months after the (supposed) death of her daughter Robin,
Prior to Robin’s death in a hospital explosion, Finola Hughes has reprised her role of the young doc’s mother, Anna Devane. And then after Robin perished, Tristan Rogers resurfaced as Robert Scorpio, the plucky lass’ father.
Up next, during the week of March 19, is Gh vet Rick Springfield, who created the role of Noah Drake in 1981 and last played the
ABC will reintroduce the ole devil back into Port Charles beginning tomorrow. Mate, you were missed.
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3 pm General Hospital (ABC) | Emma Samms returns to the role of Holly, to be followed on Wednesday by Tristan Rogers (as Robin’s father, Robert). One Life to Live‘s Kassie DePaiva (Blair) and Roger Howarth (Todd) then show up Friday and Monday, respectively.
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“It’s coming quick, in the next couple of days,” McCullough tells TVLine. Adds Finola Hughes, when I asked when we’ll get into the “meat-and-potatoes” of it all: “We’re on hors d’oeuvres right now, and then we’ll move onto the second course.”
This much is known going into the coming weeks, during which Hughes will be joined on the
On the heels of TVLine breaking the news that Tristan Rogers is returning to General Hospital this February as Robin’s father, Robert Scorpio, we now can also report that Emma Samms is on her way back to the ABC soap, to reprise her role of Holly Sutton Scorpio.
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Yet while Rogers and Finola Hughes are both returning to Gh as part of Kimberly McCullough’s (Robin) exit storyline, Samms will resurface in late February for the purpose of
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