Discussion in 'Music, TV, Movies & other Media' started by waltky, Oct 24, 2015.
Did you see him in this production?
Willard & Mull at their (ignored) best.
I always saw him as the man from from Sister, Sister who played their principal, I think.
I remember him from that episode of Sabrina The Teenage Witch too, and from How High (2001) and WALL-E ( 2008 ); He's been in other things I've seen too but those are what I remember him the best for.
Just amazing being remembered for a single role so many decades ago:
Chariots of Fire/The Lord of the Rings/The Aviator:
Imagine inheriting $600 millon at age 18:
The New York Times
Linda Cristal, Who Starred in ‘High Chaparral,’ Dies at 89
Linda Cristal, the Argentine-born actress who played Victoria Cannon, wife of Leif Erickson’s stoic, heroic rancher Big John Cannon on NBC’s popular 1967-71 Western The High Chaparral, died in her sleep at her Beverly Hills home Saturday. She was 89.
Cristal had built a career as an actress during the 1950s in Mexico’s film industry when she was cast in an English-speaking role in 1956’s Comanche, directed by George Sherman and starring Dana Andrews.
Film and TV credits throughout the late 1950s and early 1960s included roles in Rawhide, Seven Sins, The Alamo, The Tab Hunter Show and Iron Horse, among others. For her performance in Black Edwards’ 1958 comedy The Perfect Furlough, she shared a New Star of the Year Golden Globe Award withÂ Tina Louise and Susan Kohner.
Her highest profile role arrived in 1967 with the hourlong Western The High Chaparral, a series that ran for four seasons and starred, in addition to Erickson and Cristal, Cameron Mitchell, Henry Darrow and Mark Slade.
Subsequent credits include Barnaby Jones, The Love Boat and Fantasy Island. She joined the cast of the soap General Hospital for a year in 1988.
She also played Cleopatra is some horrible film I cannot remember.
A miniaturized, "babe".
Emmy Award-Winning Actor, Director and Writer Carl Reiner Dies at 98
The legendary stand-up comedian, actor, director, producer, writer and singer who has graced the silver screen for decades, has died, TMZ was first to report. Reiner's assistant Judy Nagy also confirmed to Variety.
The outlet said Reiner died on Monday night at his home in Beverly Hills from natural causes. He was 98.
Best known for creating and starring in The Dick Van Dyke Show, Reiner got his start acting in Broadway musicals including Inside U.S.A. and he landed the lead role in Call Me Mister....
He also played a large part in the early career of Steve Martin. He directed and co-wrote four films starring the breakout comedian, including The Jerk, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid (in which he appeared on screen with Martin), The Man With Two Brains and All of Me.
He also wrote several books. Using his life as another story plot, he wrote My Anecdotal Life: A Memoir in 2004.
I didn't realize all the things he did:
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