Scarecrow and Mrs. King (1983–1987)
Talking to /Film, Boxleitner communicated his immense displeasure with Disney’s hot-and-cold treatment of the Tron movies and explained that he’s been fooled one too many times to get his hopes up again. The excerpt, below:
“I don’t really care anymore,” Bradley said when I asked him if he thought Tron 3 might get revived down the road. “I’m done with it. I’ve moved on. I hate to say that but it’s been too up and down for me. I would rather not just keep going. I don’t
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Following SNL’s freshman run, Coe appeared in TV series such as (but not limited to) the CBS sitcom Goodnight, Beantown, Hill Street Blues, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Max Headroom, L.A. Law, the ABC sitcom Working and The West Wing.
Coe returned to his SNL stomping grounds as recently as 1986, playing a judge in the infamous “Get a Life!
Maddux served as executive story consultant on “Scarecrow” for 31 episodes from 1985-87 (also writing seven episodes) and for “Night Court” for 22 episodes in 1991-92.
He was credited as co-producer on 13 episodes of “In the Heat of the Night” and penned three episodes.
Maddux also wrote episodes of “Benson,” “Simon & Simon,” “Crime Story,” “Hunter” and “MacGyver.”
In 1999 he penned “The Coronation,” a German-language short that spoofed film noir. In 2002, still working in German, he penned a series, the animated Western spoof “WinneToons”; it was followed by (still German) the short “Fuck Me? Fuck You!,” and then a feature version of “WinneToons,” “WinneToons – Die Legende vom Schatz im Silbersee,” which he co-wrote.
Lee passed away after suffering a heart attack in his Los Angeles apartment on Aug. 14, his actress friend Lisa Pescia told the Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday.
The Englewood, New Jersey, native began his acting career in the early 1980s on dramas like Hart to Hart, Hill Street Blues, Remington Steele and Scarecrow and Mrs. King.
He had a recurring role as Tony B. on Nash Bridges and also appeared on shows including Quantum Leap,
In addition to director Mann’s Muhammad Ali biopic, Hale appeared in films including 1975′s “The Brass Ring,” directed by Martin Beck; 1975′s “The Night They Robbed Big Bertha’s,” directed by Peter Kares; Claude Lelouche’s “Another Man Another Chance”; Tony Richardson’s 1982 film “The Border”; “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”; and “The Cable Guy,” directed by Ben Stiller.
Hale appeared on a number of TV series, recurring on “Hart to Hart” and “Hotel” and guesting on “Kojak,” ”The Bionic Woman”, “Simon & Simon,” “Highway to Heaven,” “Max Headroom,” “Scarecrow and Mrs. King,” “The Misfits of Science”, “Night Court,” “Suddenly Susan,” “Babylon 5,” “Seinfeld,” “Arliss,” “My Name Is Earl,” “The West Wing” and “Mad Men.
Stapleton’s television career began in the 1950s, with appearances on Starlight Theatre, Lux Video Theatre and The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse. She went on to guest-star on several series, including Dennis the Menace, Dr. Kildare, Car 54 Where Are You? and My Three Sons, before settling into the role of outspoken, unapologetic bigot Archie Bunker’s wife in CBS’ All in the Family,
He knows that revealing too much could ruin viewers' experience, but also knows the risks of not revealing some of the twists and turns that might whet a movie-going appetite.
Here's what you can find out from the trailers: Tom Cruise stars at Jack Harper, and 60 years after mankind's war with an alien race, Earth is uninhabitable. Harper, who is basically part of an Earth cleanup crew, spends his days repairing unmanned drones that have been damaged by the remaining aliens, while the rest of human society has migrated to Saturn's largest moon,
For the record: The first-ever Pyramid celebrities -- when the show was filmed in New York -- were Rob Reiner and June Lockhart.
To celebrate the show's incredible run, I thought we'd rank the 10 greatest celebrities ever to lend their clue-giving skills to Dick Clark's game. My list includes mainly
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House of Dark Shadows features the talents of Jonathan Frid ("Dark Shadows", Seizure, The Devil’s Daughter), best known for his role as the vampire Barnabas Collins in the original TV series, Grayson Hall (TV’s “One Life to Live,” “All My Children”), and Kathryn Leigh Scott ("Dark Shadows", Parasomnia, TV’s “Huff”). In this film expansion, vampire Barnabas Collins searches for a cure so he can marry the lovely woman who resembles his long-lost fiancée, Josette.
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The original beautiful badass P.I.s — Kate Jackson (TV’s Scarecrow and Mrs. King), Jaclyn Smith (TV’s The District) and Farrah Fawcett (The Apostle) — return in Sony’s Charlie’s Angels: The Complete Series DVD set.
Containing 27 discs, the pack offers all episodes of the TV show’s five seasons, which ran from 1976 to 1981.
In the television series, Jackson, Smith and Fawcett play the original angels, but only Smith stayed for the show’s full run. When Fawcett left, Cheryl Ladd (TV’s Las Vegas) took over her spot, and when Jackson departed, her role was reinvented by Shelley Hack (Me, Myself and I) and then Tanya Roberts (That ’70s Show).
The actresses played private investigators who work for a man called Charlie (voiced by Dynasty‘s John Forsythe), solving crimes with Charlie’s liaison, Bosley, played
Warner Home Video has announced DVD ($14.96 each) and Blu-ray ($19.98 each) releases of House of Dark Shadows (1970) and Night of Dark Shadows (1971) for October 30th. The only extra features will be the theatrical trailers.
House of Dark Shadows features the talents of Jonathan Frid ("Dark Shadows", Seizure, The Devil’s Daughter), best known for his role as the vampire Barnabas Collins in the original TV series, Grayson Hall (TV’s “One Life to Live,” “All My Children”), and Kathryn Leigh Scott ("Dark Shadows", Parasomnia, TV’s “Huff”). In this film expansion, vampire Barnabas Collins searches for a cure so he can marry the lovely woman who resembles his long-lost fiancée,
While our TV Fanatic staff writes about just about every show on a weekly basis, we're taking some time below to look back.
Sure, we love to cozy up these days and watch Damon be snarky on The Vampire Diaries, or Ron be manly on Parks and Recreation, but what primetime programs were included on our must-see lists as children?
We tackle that topic in the following Round Table discussion - and, yes, this makes many of our ages quite evident. Please don't judge...
Jim Garner: Six Million Dollar Man. I loved this show, I looked forward to it being parked in front of the TV every week. I had the Steve Austin playset and lunch box!
Eric Hochberger: I'm going with Saved by the Bell for sure. Just please don't make me watch the college years ever again.
Miranda Wicker: Saved by the Bell. And I'll see
Gilbert and Boxleitner announced their separation in March after 16 years of marriage.
People reports that Gilbert is seeking joint custody of the couple's 15-year-old son, Michael. (And, yes, he is in fact named after Gilbert's "Little House on the Prairie" dad Michael Landon.)
On Wednesday, Melissa's younger sister Sara Gilbert, 36, announced her split from partner of 10 years Allison Adler.
Actor Jeffrey Weissman got his big break auditioning for, but not being cast in War Games. Instead he caught the attention of a big agent and was soon cast in the Twilight Zone movie in the, "Nightmare at 30,000 Feet" story, with John Lithgow. He did small parts in Johnny Dangerously, Crackers with Sean Penn and Donald Sutherland and a few guest star spots on TV series like Dallas and Scarecrow and Mrs. King before landing a co-starring role opposite Clint Eastwood in Pale Rider. In a recent interview he told us, "It was a gas being on location with Clint. He was a real gentleman and did everything first class. It was a nice event."
After that came Back to the Future II. He played George McFly, Marty’s father, in the two sequels. He recalled what struck him most about making the film was the set decoration.
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