Did you celebrate George Jetson’s birthday Sunday? There were various Internet reports — so it must be true — that the cartoon character was born on July 31, 2022. There is some logic logic behind the birth announcement. The Jetsons, a follow up to Hanna-Barbera’s pre-historic animated hit The Flintstones, premiered on ABC in 1962.
Some of the best podcast conversations I’ve had in 2021 were with authors. The six listed below seized this pandemic predicament by hunkering down and writing great books either about their own life experiences or, in one case, a biography about one of Canada’s best storytellers. I thank them all for helping me to read
On Thursday I was speaking with Global NewsRadio’s Bill Kelly on CHML 900. The subject was box office returns in the age of COVID. he remarked how the new sci-fi feature “Tenet” was seen as a strong lure to fill seats in newly-opened cinemas. Domestic returns however, fell short of first week projections (although overseas
It took Sherri Davis just three days to become the biggest draw ever at BriouxTV: The Podcast. Hudson & Rex’s dog master shared some terrific stories about grooming her handsome canine charge, Diesel vom Burginwald, for stardom on the Citytv police procedural now shooting its third season in St. John’s Newfoundland. The Shaftesbury series, which
James Karen is one of those actors whose face you recognize even of you don’t know his name. If “Actor whose name I don’t know” was something you could look up, Karen’s face and name would likely be on the other end of a search. He played a lot of nameless guys, including Larry’s silver-haired
COLUMBUS, Ohio — One of the film collector friends I used to run into at Cinefest in Syracuse every year was Leonard Maltin. This week, the author, film historian and frequent TCM contributor is a very active participant in Cinevent 50. Maltin told me Friday that he hadn’t attended this classic film fan gathering since
“Where else would you find a room full of men who want to have sex with dead actresses?” The late Phil Serling said it. He was talking about an event he helped create and run, Cinefest, a celebration of early–and obscure–silent and sound cinema. Cinefest always was an eccentric event populated by eccentric people. Held each