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Monday, 03 July 2017 14:45
"Bond. James Bond." Roger Moore was the third cinematic Bond to utter those words. He played the character from 1973's "Live And Let Die" to 1985's "From  A View To A Kill". That is a total of SEVEN movies! Roger Moore is firmly entrenched in the viewing public's minds as a favorite Bond. Moore is the first actor to portray James Bond  to pass away. Read more...
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Thursday, 29 September 2016 16:30
Another Challenge For The Green Hornet! I always loved hearing the announcer intone those words in as dramatic a way as possible. There was a sense of URGENCY behind those words! It always got you excited for what was coming up next! The Green Hornet character was created in 1936 by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker Radio Director James Jewell also provided input into the new character. Therefore, this year we celebrate TWO anniversaries for he Green Hornet! 2016 marks both the 80th anniversary of the creation of the character, but also the 50th anniversary of the famous 1966 green Hornet TV Series starring Van Williams as The Green Hornet, and Bruce Lee as the Green Hornet's aide-de-camp Kato! Read more...
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Sunday, 17 January 2016 18:03
When Marvel does a mid-season filler, it goes big! Instead of watching reruns while Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is on hiatus, ABC last year had a much more stellar idea...and we got the return of one of the MCU’s most beloved heroines, Peggy Carter. Agent Carter the TV series had an extraordinary season last year, as it took place where Captain America: the First Avenger had left off and Peggy was struggling as the known love interest of WWII’s greatest hero and being a tough and independent woman in the S.S.R. (Strategic Scientific Reserve), the precursor to S.H.I.E.L.D. , in the late 1940’s. In that male dominated world, Peggy, along with hr old ally Howard Stark and his faithful butler Edwin Jarvis. Read more...
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Sunday, 03 January 2016 16:32
This is my last column of the year. As such, I have decided to take a look back, and give one final goodbye to the people that we lost in the preceding twelve months . These are people that entertained us, made us laugh, cry, and made us feel as if we knew them. Some of these people I have written tributes for, and some I did not (time is a huge factor in writing a weekly column). Read more...
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Sunday, 08 November 2015 17:32
When that familiar music hits and the well dressed, suave man walks across the screen, draws his gun and shoots at the screen...you know what you’re in for! It’s James Bond, and for decades he’s been a staple of pop culture! After 26 films and 7 actors portraying the character, Bond is a franchise like no other, with legions of fans worldwide. Daniel Craig’s run as 007 has just released its 4th installment (possibly his last) called Spectre, and it’s already breaking box office records! Read more...
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Friday, 25 September 2015 14:42
A voice replies with the enthusiasm of youth. "Atomic batteries to power!! Turbines to speed!!" and a confident response: "Roger! Ready to move out!" Adam West was born William West Anderson on September 19th, 1928 in Walla Walla Washington. His parents were Otto West Anderson and Audrey V. Speer. West's paternal grandparents were Swedish. West attended Walla Walla High School for his freshman and sophomore years, before enrolling in Seattle's Lakeside School. West went to Whitman College in Walla Walla where he earned both a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Literature and a minor in Psychology. West was a member of the Gamma Zeta Chapter of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and participated in the Speech and Debate teams. Read more...
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Thursday, 11 June 2015 16:29
We at ENR are saddened to report the passing of stage and screen legend Sir Christopher Lee. He was 93. Lee was best known for his recent roles in both the Star Wars and Lord of the Rings franchises as the nefarious Count Dooku, and the deceiving Saruman repectively, but his silver screen achievements stem from 1947 and his first film, Corridor of Mirrors. Lee would go on to gain noteriety from playing the classic horror roles of Count Dracula and Frankenstein for England's Hammer Film Productions. Read more...
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Friday, 04 July 2014 13:15
JubileeanimatedWelcome to the hot or not list. This week we celebrate North America. Canada Day was July 1st and the United States celebrates Independence Day on July 4th. Here we celebrate all things hot and wave our sparklers at all that are not. Read more...
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