A clip from the 77 Sunset Strip episode "The Parallel Caper" starring, Roger Smith, Edward Burns, and Jacqueline Beer. Featuring, guest stars, Allison Hayes,.
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Since the beginning of network television, many shows have been preceded by an opening announcement or a theme song that served various purposes. In Television Introductions: Narrated TV Program Openings, Vincent Terrace has assembled openings for more than 900 television shows of the past seven decades. The only documented history of narrated television program introductions, this volume is arranged by various types of programming, such as comedies, dramas, westerns, game shows, soap operas, and children’s shows. In addition to quoting the opening material, entries include information about each show’s network history, years of broadcast, and show type. Many entries also include descriptions of the show, the names of announcers, and a list of main cast members. A comprehensive resource...
An elementary school dropout, George Burns went on to become one of America's most beloved entertainers. This book covers a neglected part of his career--his work as a television producer. Burns was not only a behind-the-scenes producer, but also filled the role of producer in various comedies in which he starred. Though his forte was situation comedies, Burns' company, McCadden Productions, also produced dramatic anthology series and pilots, including a pilot considered to be a precursor to the popular TV series Mission: Impossible. This book focuses on Burns' wide variety of production efforts, and follows his involvement in television productions from his 1950 comedy series with his wife, Gracie Allen, through his participation in the fantasy sitcom Mister Ed, and finally to his last...
Gaston County’s craft beer lovers will soon have a new place to sample brews. Jonathan Todd plans to open Summit Craft Taproom and Bottle Shop in downtown Mount Holly sometime in October. The former home of Jacqueline’s Boutique at 122 South Main St. will soon be home to a 24-tap bar and shelves stocking more than 300 types of beer. “We focus on nothing but craft beer,” Todd said. “We’re not hyper-local in that we don’t just focus on Asheville or the Carolinas. We’ll have beers from all over the world. As far as the taproom, Todd says 20 taps will be dedicated to beer and four will feature wine. “We only sell boutique wine,” Todd said. “We’re not going to have anything you can buy at a Harris Teeter or a Publix or anything like that. “The experience is about trying something new, and if you like craft beer, we’ll have something for you here. While there’s a focus on beers from all over the place, Todd says there will be some representation from local breweries, too, including select beers from Gaston, Charlotte, Asheville and Morganton. Summit is Todd’s first business. “I’ve been in the corporate manufacturing world in Charlotte for about 10 years,” Todd, 35, said. This has always just been a hobby for me. ”. As for the name, Todd grew up on nearby Summit Avenue. “We kind of felt it was a good play on words for ‘the pinnacle of craft beer,’” Todd said. “We’re trying to bring the largest variety of beer to one single place. The retail space will have both cold and room-temperature beers, and bottles will be sold separately rather than in a pack. That allows for customers to pick as many different beers as they want to try. For now, Summit will use the front half of the building for the retail space and taproom, but Todd has plans to eventually serve food in the back part of the 2,100-square-foot space. “We’re going to put a micro-deli in here, which will just focus on really good, high-end meats, cheeses and local breads,” Todd said, adding that he wants to source food from local farms. Todd says the idea for his business was inspired by years of sampling specialty beer. “I’m always looking for the thing I haven’t had,” Todd said.
Jacqueline's Zucchini Muffins (flour, allspice, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, eggs, cloves, nutmeg, vegetable oil, salt, sugar, vanilla extract, walnut, zucchini)
Enid Blyton and the Famous Five's Lashings of Ginger Beer! (water, brewer's yeast, cream of tartar, ginger, sugar, lemon)
Beer Dip I (beer, cheddar cheese)
Beer and Cheese Bread (beer, bread flour, butter, monterey jack cheese, salt, cheddar cheese, sugar, yeast)
Jacqueline Beer - IMDb
Jacqueline Beer, Actress: 77 Sunset Strip. Jacqueline Beer was born on October 14, 1932 in Paris, France. She is an actress, known for 77 Sunset Strip (1958), The Man ...
Jacqueline (given name) - Wikipedia
Origins. Jacqueline comes from French, as the feminine form of Jacques (English James). Jacques originated from 'Jacob', which is derived from the Hebrew meaning 'may ...
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