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Who Done It: The cast of CLUE remembers Eileen Brennan

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In this clip from the upcoming CLUE documentary, WHO DONE IT, Colleen Camp and Michael McKean share memories of working with Eileen Brennan.

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Howard Zieff & Goldie Hawn & Eileen Brennan-Private Benjamin

Howard Zieff & Goldie Hawn & Eileen Brennan-Private Benjamin

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Price: $14.97

Private Benjamin (DVD) Academy Award winner Goldie Hawn stars as a rich girl who mistakes thearmy for a country club and enlists in this sophisticated comedy. Twenty-eight-year-old Judy Benjamin (Hawn) has been pampered, indulged, coddled and overprotected her whole life. But when her wealthybridegroom dies on their wedding night, for the first time ever she mustfind a job. Meeting an unscrupulous army recruiter and reading theglossy promotional materials, Judy believes she can solve all herfinancial problems while losing weight. Now, shocked when she discoversthe real army, Judy surprises everyone-including herself-bytransforming into a lean, mean fighting machine.


Eileen Brennan posed in Red Sweater Photo Print (24 x 30)

Eileen Brennan posed in Red Sweater Photo Print (24 x 30)

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Price: $14.25

Eileen Brennan posed in Red Sweater was reproduced on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 30.00 inches and the image size is 24.00 x 30.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing. Brand New and Rolled and ready for display or framing. Print Title: Eileen Brennan posed in Red Sweater. Paper Size: 24.00 x 30.00 inches. Product Type: Photo Print.


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Bad Astrid

Everyone knows a bully like Astrid--she's "the meanest girl you could possibly meet," and she and her family have moved in down the street! She has a bad attitude and thinks nothing of terrorizing tabby cats, trashing tulip beds, or toppling lemonade stands. It's not easy to stay out of Astrid's way. Who has the strength of character to ask her why she's so mean? Not since Bootsie Barker Bites has such a deliciously mischievous character (who gets her comeuppance) been drawn. From the author of Dirtball Pete comes another character you won't soon forget.

Dirtball Pete

A hilarious read-aloud picture book for boys and girls who just can’t seem to stay clean! (And the parents who love their little dirtballs regardless.) It’s a fact. Dirtball Pete stinks to high heaven. His sister, Amanda, says so, and her friend Janine totally agrees. Even with a good scrubbing from his mom, Dirtball Pete usually manages to revert to his dirtball self in no time. But today is no ordinary day—it’s THE FIFTY STATES AND WHY THEY’RE GREAT! day at school, and Dirtball Pete has a speech to recite in the school play. Will he remember his lines? Will he manage to avoid his dog’s muddy paws? Will the stink of his pet ferret, Eggroll, cling to his Pennsylvania costume? And can Dirtball Pete make his mom proud even if he is a dirtball? Eileen Brennan’s funny picture book has a...

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In 1939, France, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia declared war on Germany in response to the country's invasion of Poland. In 2004, a three-day hostage situation at a school in Beslan, Russia, ended with a gun battle that killed more than 300 people, including 186 children. TODAY'S SPORTS: In 1950, Guiseppe "Nino" Farina won the Italian Grand Prix to become the first Formula One World Drivers champion. TODAY'S QUOTE: "I am of those who believe that gentleness is a greater, surer power than force, and that sympathy is a safer power by far than is intellect. TODAY'S NUMBER: 4,435 -- U. S. service members killed in battle during the Revolutionary War, according to the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs. TODAY'S MOON: Between last quarter moon (Sept. 2) and new moon (Sept. Daily Journal Online Comment Policy. The goal of the story comments at dailyjournalonline. com is to have a community forum for the thoughts of our readers. We strive to make sure this is an open, thought-provoking yet polite debate on the issues. Report Abuse. If you feel a comment has violated our guidelines, please use the "Report Abuse" link under the comment. Comments not edited. We do not edit comments. They are approved or denied. Comments will be screened. All comments will be screened and may take several hours to be posted. No Personal Attacks. Refrain from personal attacks or degrading comments. Keep comments clear, concise and focused on the topic. No Emails or Links. Do not post e-mails or links except for pages on dailyjournalonline. com or Government websites. No racism, sexism or any other sort of -ism that degrades another person. Comment Length. Comments are limited to 1000 Characters. Characters remaining are posted on top left of comment box. Assertions of questionable or unrelated information will decrease the likelihood of approval. However we welcome such information in the form of news tips sent via our contact us page.

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  1. TODAY'S BIRTHDAYS: Louis Sullivan (1856-1924), architect; Ferdinand Porsche (1875-1951), automotive engineer; Kitty Carlisle (1910-2007), actress; Alan Ladd (1913-1964), actor; Mort Walker (1923-2018), cartoonist; Eileen Brennan (1932-2013), actress; 
  2. Albert DeSalvo, known as the Boston Strangler, in 1931. -- Actor Eileen Brennan in 1932. File Photo by Bill Hormell/UPI. -- Actor Pauline Collins in 1940 (age 78). -- Musician Al Jardine (Beach Boys) in 1942 (age 76). -- Actor Valerie Perrine in 1943
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Brennan's Bananas Foster (banana liqueur, banana, brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, rum, vanilla ice cream)

Brennan's Stuffed Baked Potatoes (bacon, butter, green onion, potato, paprika, parmesan cheese, salt, sour cream, white pepper)

Brennan's Garlic Bread (butter, french bread, garlic, oregano, paprika, parmesan cheese, parsley)

Brennan's Crabmeat Imperial (artichoke, pimiento, mustard powder, egg yolks, green pepper, crabmeat, mayonnaise, paprika, parmesan cheese, salt, green onion, bread crumbs)

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Eileen Brennan - IMDb
Eileen Brennan, Actress: Clue. A supremely gifted, versatile player who could reach dramatic depths, as exemplified in her weary-eyed, good-hearted waitress in The ...

Eileen Brennan – Wikipedia
Leben und Leistungen. Brennan entstammte einer irischen, katholischen Familie. Sie war Absolventin der American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) und debütierte als ...

Actress Eileen Brennan Dies at 80 | Hollywood Reporter
UPDATE: She starred in such films as "The Last Picture Show" and "Private Benjamin," for which she earned an Oscar nomination. Eileen Brennan, the veteran ...

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Lake Mirror Lakeland Florida Bronze Swan Postcard (zazzle_postcard)

Price: $1.15

8 foot tall bronze swan statue at Lake Mirror, Lakeland, Florida by Ian G. Brennan, official sculptor to the queen of England.

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The Sting
The Santa Monica pier has been used many times as a backdrop for movies and TV shows. Out of all the times that I've seen this pier pop up on the screen, "The Sting" (top) is my favorite by far. The pier was born in 1909 and in 1916 the Looff Hippodrome carousel was added. The carousel was later replaced by a PTC carousel in 1922 which has been there ever since. "The Sting" was shot using the carousel in all it's glory in 1973. The Hippodrome and carousel have subsequently been completely refurbished in the early 1980's. The Hippodrome and the 1922 carousel was a perfect fit for "The Sting" which was set in 1930's Chicago.
Eileen Brennan, Melanie Mayron
Terry posing with Eileen Brennan and Melanie Mayron; AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) benefit, Los Angeles- Sept. 1990- Permission granted to copy, publish or post but please credit "photo by Alan Light" if you can
The Sting
The Santa Monica pier has been used many times as a backdrop for movies and TV shows. Out of all the times that I've seen this pier pop up on the screen, "The Sting" is my favorite by far. The pier was born in 1909 and in 1916 the Looff Hippodrome carousel was added. The carousel was later replaced by a PTC carousel in 1922 which has been there ever since. "The Sting" was shot using the carousel in all it's glory in 1973. The Hippodrome and carousel have subsequently been completely refurbished in the early 1980's. The Hippodrome and the 1922 carousel was a perfect fit for "The Sting" which was set in 1930's Chicago.

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