In this Spotlight on Entertainment segment, host John Malos interviews Celebrity Guest Lee Aaker from the classic television show, Rin Tin Tin. Join John and.
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Growing Up on the Set
From the moment in 1918 when Corporal Lee Duncan discovers Rin Tin Tin on a World War I battlefield, he recognizes something in the pup that he needs to share with the world. Rin Tin Tin's improbable introduction to Hollywood leads to the dog's first blockbuster film and over time, the many radio programs, movies, and television shows that follow. The canine hero's legacy is cemented by Duncan and a small group of others who devote their lives to keeping him and his descendants alive. At its heart, Rin Tin Tin is a poignant exploration of the enduring bond between humans and animals. But it is also a richly textured history of twentieth-century entertainment and entrepreneurship and the changing role of dogs in the American family and society. Almost ten years in the making, Susan...
"Here 39 former child actors talk candidly about their experiences on and off the set, the people they worked with, the pros and cons of being a child actor and what they did after their careers ended. Lee Aaker, Mary Badham, Baby Peggy, Sonny Bupp, Ted Donaldson, Edith Fellows, Gary Gray, Jimmy Hunt, Eilene Janssen, Marcia Mae Jones, Sammy McKim, Roger Mobley, Gigi Perreau, Jeanne Russell, Frankie Thomas, Beverly Washburn, Johnny Whitaker, and Jane Withers are among those interviewed."--BOOK JACKET.
IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE was very well received at the Marion Civic Theater and am grateful for the experience of this new group of actors I got to work with and have one more performance today at 2 pm. As of now I am not doing anything and could be... While I do like the holidays, I hate snow and cold weather but will do what I must to get through it. That is all for now so on with the selections. The Ref (1994): I start the week out with this underrated holiday comedy. Ted Demme directed this film that takes place on Christmas Eve. Denis Leary stars as cat burglar Gus who takes a couple hostage when his partner abandons him during a heist. Kevin Spacey and Judy Davis co-star as the couple Lloyd and Caroline that is taken hostage and Gus gets far more than what he bargains for when he finds that they are a very bickering couple and even more than he bargains for when he meets the... Steinmiller Jr. , Glynis Johns, Raymond J. Berry, Richard Bright, Christine Baranski, Adam LeFevre, J. K. Simmons, B. D. Wong, and many others star in this comedy. This does have a lot of very funny moments with a hostage taker unexpectedly becomes a counselor in a sense. This never usually gets mentioned in holiday comedies but believe it should be mentioned more. Paper Man (2009): This is part three of my four-part Jeff Daniels series. Kieran and Michele Mulroney wrote and directed this independent film. Daniels stars as struggling author Richard Dunn who is also struggling with a marriage to his wife Claire, played by Lisa Kudrow, and is spending time in a home in Long Island hoping to come up with his next novel. While there, he meets a teen named Abby, played by Emma Stone, and forms an unlikely friendship when seeing they are both struggling to cope in their own way. Ryan Reynolds co-stars as Richard's imaginary friend he has not let go of so it would be safe to say he has not been able to fully grow up. Most people know that Reynolds has played two superheroes in both the Green Lantern and Deadpool but most... Kieran Culkin, Hunter Parrish, Chris Parnell, and Arabella Field also co-star in this film. I guess I am a sucker for movies like these that are driven by characters and this is one. Watching this, I felt I was there with Daniels and Stone in their struggles. Babe (1995): This selection does have a scene that takes place during the holidays. Chris Noonan directed this animal comedy which is based on a novel by Dick King-Smith. Farmer Arthur Hoggett, played by James Cromwell wins a pig and is named Babe, voiced by Christine Cavanaugh, by the animal community. A motherly border collie named Fly, voiced by Miriam Margolyes, takes in Babe and find that the unusual pig can her sheep which Farmer Hoggett begins to notice. With Babe's rise as a sheepherding pig, some of the animals are a bit dismayed for him not sticking to tradition, espcially Fly's husband Rex, voiced by Hugo Weaving. Magda Szubanski co-stars as Farmer Hoggett's wife and Danny Mann, Miriam Flynn, Russi Taylor, Evelyn Krape, Roscoe Lee Browne, and many others lend their voices. I suppose this could be a more modern-day CHARLOTTE'S WEB where its protagonist Wilbur has a resourceful spider that made really cool spider-webs to help save him from becoming a meal and in this one Babe takes to the border collies and forms its... The scene in the beginning makes me believe that the writers of this movie are vegans and animal rights activists. It is still a good family film and a very well done one. Night Mail (1936): This is my documentary short for the week. Harry Watt and Basil Wright directed this short which shows the mail system in England in this era. These were put on by the postal service themselves and hired professional filmmakers to put documentaries like this one together with the inspiration of early documentary NANOOK OF THE NORTH. This shows many elements of the system like the delivery and sorting of the mail. Henry's Full House (1952): This is a holiday selection that I had not heard of until now. This was a movie of segmented stories and features five short stories from William Sydney Porter whose pen name was O. Henry.
Lee Lee's Famous Chocolate Sauce for Ice Cream (butter, cocoa powder, salt, sugar, vanilla extract, water)
Lee Lee's Famous Barbecue Sauce for Ribs W/ Preserves (brown sugar, butter, garlic powder, ketchup, lemon juice, peach preserves, black pepper, salt, hot sauce, vinegar, worcestershire sauce)
Lee Hong's Cucumbers (cucumber, salt, spanish onions, sugar, vegetable oil, water, white vinegar)
?sara Lee? Pound Cake - Copycat (butter, eggs, flour, lemon extract, powdered sugar, sour cream, vanilla extract)
Lee Aaker - Wikipedia
Lee Aaker and Rin Tin Tin (1956) Born: Lee William Aaker (1943-09-25) September 25, 1943 (age 73) Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Lee Aaker - IMDb
Lee Aaker, Actor: The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin. As Rusty, the boy whose parents were killed by Indians and who was subsequently adopted by a cavalry unit ...
Lee Aaker - Biography - IMDb
As Rusty, the boy whose parents were killed by Indians and who was subsequently adopted by a cavalry unit at Fort Apache on the popular adventure The...
lee aaker bio lee william aaker is a former american child actor known ...
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