Take me to the bridge…. HAH!
Planet earth is blue And there’s nothing I can do.
Harmlessly passing your time in the grasslands away Only dimly aware of a certain unease in the air
Imogene Coca was funny. Very funny. She starred opposite Sid Caesar on the early live TV showcase Your Show of Shows and she kept up with Caesar’s comic shenanigans every step of the way. Imogene was nominated five times for her work on Your Show of Shows, finally winning in 1951. In the early 1960s, …
A little yellow. A little blue. And what have you got…. in any language.
Gilbert was angered by having to constantly explain that he wasn’t a goddamn hamster!
Despite his imposing appearance, André Roussimoff was a gentle giant. The so-called “Eighth Wonder of the World” passed away in 1993 at the age of 48.
“Top billing” was always a constant argument between The Wild Man of Borneo and Jo-Jo the Dog-Faced Boy.
The origins of the word “utopia” are a bit unclear, as well as little ambiguous. The word was coined by lawyer, philosopher, author and eventual saint, Sir Thomas More in his 1516 book Utopia about an imaginary society of perfect well-being. The word comes from the Greek — but which actual root words — that’s up for …