Summer has had her last dance Donna Summer burst onto the disco scene in the 1970s with a bang — her four #1 singles all
The show is not designed to be a throw-back to the tranquil TV families of the ’50s. Every now and then the doctor and lawyer come home “and find the wheels coming off,” says Bill Cosby.
Cinderella, the world’s favorite fairy tale, is available on VHS for your VCR! Cinderella on videocassette is the gift of the season! The gift your whole family can share together.
You watch Michael J Fox as “Alex” on the hilarious show Family Ties, and now BOP is giving you the opportunity to talk to Michael personally by winning a phone call from him!
Their TV show, The Facts of Life, became a hit on NBC. But who are these girls in real life? Read on, for you’ll meet each one in these exclusive Dynamite interviews.
For the rich girl look at penny-pincher prices, sew silk! Opulent enough even for Linda Gray (Dallas’ superspender Sue Ellen Ewing), who models them here,
What’s it like growing up on national TV? Melissa Gilbert knows all about it. She’s starred in the long-running hit show, Little House on the Prairie, since it began. Dynamite recently met Melissa, who told us what growing up in Hollywood is like, on camera and off.
Sometimes life is like a movie. Take Matt Dillon’s life, for instance. Nothing much happened to him until he was 14, and then — pow! – he was “discovered” in the hallway of a New York junior high.
Faces to watch Robert Downey, Jr “Everything changes my ideas about acting,” admits 22-year-old Robert Downey, Jr. “I feel like I’m raking up a lawn
Says Reeve, Superman accelerated my career 10 years. I can choose my own scripts and who I want to work with. But I’ve always had a career and it just keeps moving to different levels.
For The Facts of Life stars — Mindy Cohn, Kim Fields, Nancy McKeon and Lisa Whelchel — their hit TV series has taught them (and their TV characters) a lot about life and love!
Take a gander — if ye dare! — at some vintage postcards of the famous Disneyland ride, Pirates of the Caribbean.
The show would go on to spawn three TV movies in the late 1980s, as well as several feature films all based on Stan Lee’s comic book creation – but no doubt inspired by the original Bill Bixby series, proving that fans liked Dr Banner even more when he was angry.
While Jim Henson tragically passed away in 1990, and The Muppet Show hasn’t been on American television since 2001, his creations continue to live on in movies, television, and in the hearts and minds of all of us who grew up with the Muppets.
On the road: From a Piano Man to an Innocent Man by Steve Cohen One is privileged to be part of the evolution of a
The Love Boat sailed from ABC into American homes for nine seasons, spanning 249 episodes, from 1977 until 1986. The hour-long dramedy/sitcom was a favorite of viewers and critics alike.
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