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The Hardy Boys (brothers Frank and Joe Hardy, are fictional characters who appear in several mystery series for children and teens. The series revolves around teenagers who are amateur sleuths, solving cases that stumped their adult counterparts. The characters were created by American writer Edward Stratemeyer, the founder of book-packaging firm Stratemeyer Syndicate. The books themselves were written by several ghostwriters, most notably Leslie McFarlane, under the collective pseudonym Franklin W. Dixon)
TV show from the 70s................
Watched this show, my sister was actually named after Shaun Cassidy (Mom was a fan)..................
Updated TV version....................
Illya Kuryakin - played by Scottish actor David McCallum, is a fictional character from the 1960s TV spy series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. He is a secret agent with a range of weapons and explosives skills, and is described in the series as holding a Master's degree from the Sorbonne and a Ph.D in Quantum Mechanics from the University of Cambridge. Kuryakin speaks many languages, including French, Spanish, German, Italian and Japanese. The series was remarkable for pairing an American character, Napoleon Solo, with the Russian Kuryakin as two spies who work together for an international espionage organization at the height of the Cold War. Originally, Solo was the focus of the series, but Russian agent Illya Kuryakin drew so much enthusiasm from fans, the agents became a team.
Comment: OMG ... I was 12 years old and going into 8th grade when The Man from U.N.C.L.E. premiered in the fall of 1964. All of us girls were just taken by Robert Vaughn (Napoleon Solo) and David McCallum. I recall one slumber party where that's pretty much all we talked about. LOL
The "Jerk" aka Navin Johnson (is a fictional character from the movie The Jerk played by Steve Martin. Navin is the white adopted son of black sharecroppers, who grows to adulthood naïvely unaware of his obvious adoption. He stands out in his family not just because of his skin color but because of his utter lack of rhythm when his adoptive family plays spirited blues music. One night, he hears a champagne-style rendition of "Crazy Rhythm" on the radio and spontaneously begins to dance; he excitedly sees this as a calling and decides to leave for St. Louis, from where the song was broadcast. On the way, he stops at a motel, where a dog wakes him up by barking at his door. Navin thinks the dog is trying to warn of a fire. He wakes up the other hotel guests to rescue them, telling the dog they will name him "Lifesaver." After everyone realizes it was a false alarm, one of the guests suggests naming the dog "Shithead." Navin takes the dog as his own, indeed naming it Shithead. ("Stupid" in the TV edit.))
Off to work...........................
Corporal Maxwell Q. "Max" Klinger appears in the television series M*A*S*H and the spin-off AfterMASH, played by actor Jamie Farr. He serves as an orderly/sentry and later company clerk assigned to the 4077th. Klinger was the first main character introduced on M*A*S*H not to have appeared in either the original novel or the subsequent film. Klinger is an Arab-American of Lebanese descent from Toledo, Ohio (like Farr himself). The character's original defining characteristic was his continual attempts to gain a Section 8 psychiatric discharge from the Army, by habitually wearing women's clothing and engaging in other "crazy" stunts. His first appearance was in the fourth episode, "Chief Surgeon Who?"; in that episode's original script, Klinger was an effeminate gay man ("a silly fag character" as stated by Farr in the documentary Making M*A*S*H), but the writers later agreed that it would be more interesting to have Klinger be heterosexual, but wear dresses in an attempt to gain a Section 8 discharge. Klinger eventually gives up his attempts at a Section 8 when he is picked by Colonel Potter to become the company clerk following Radar's discharge. He is later promoted to Sergeant ("Promotion Commotion") and begins to take his duties even more seriously.
MASH (TV Series 1972-1983): The staff of an Army hospital in the Korean War find that laughter is the best way to deal with their situation. Stars: Alan Alda...
Lois Lane is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, she first appeared in Action Comics . She is an award-winning journalist for the Metropolis newspaper the Daily Planet and the primary love interest of the superhero Superman and his alter ego, ...
Michael Corleone - is a fictional character and the main protagonist of Mario Puzo's 1969 novel, The Godfather. In the three Godfather films, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, Michael was portrayed by Al Pacino, for which he was twice-nominated for Academy Awards. Michael is the youngest son of Vito Corleone, a Sicilian immigrant who builds a Mafia empire. Upon his father's death, Michael succeeds him as the don of the Corleone crime family.
Oompa Loompas (are fictional characters from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Oompa Loompas are known for their short stature, green hair, orange skin, and white pants with protruding knees)
Download here: http://amzn.to/TpTZYHALL of the original Oompa Loompas' material! Old School music videos! Original joints. Classic compilation.Willy Wonka...
Trivia: In the 2005 film adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory starring Johnny Depp, the Kenyan actor Deep Roy played all 165 Oompa Loompas. Deep Roy had to take Pilates and dance classes for this role which involves numerous songs and dances. Also, he was dressed as some female Oompa-Loompas that worked in the administration offices.............................
Christmas ornament in 2019.............
Calling it a night...............................
Polly Gray - Elizabeth "Polly" Gray (nee Shelby) is the matriarch of the Shelby Family, aunt of the Shelby siblings, the treasurer of the Birmingham criminal gang, the Peaky Blinders, a certified accountant and company treasurer of Shelby Company Limited.