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In Print & PDF formats "The Fire and Ice Affair" Man from U.N.C.L.E. fanzine

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You’ll find non-stop action and bone-chilling adventure in this Man from U.N.C.L.E. fanzine! "The Fire and Ice Affair" takes place in 1960's Russia. A 76-page gen story, it was written in 2014, based on the TV-series. Priced at $14.00 US postage paid for a print copy and $5.00 for a PDF copy, I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. If you want to order a copy of "The Fire and Ice Affair," just let me know. Thanks! katlady72001@...
Plot: When Napoleon and Illya head to Moscow on vacation, they encounter not only a murderous jewel thief and a Siberian penal colony, but also a THRUSH scientist’s deadly experiment.
Excerpt: "Looking around, Illya saw he was alone, walking through the snow in Gorky Park. It was bitterly cold, and he turned up the collar of his suit coat. Gusting wind blew against him, and his face felt frigidly cold, and his fingers burned. He paused to blow warm air on his hands and rub them together. Staring at a deserted rowboat frozen in the iced-over pond, he heard a rifle discharging in the distance. Where was Napoleon?
Fumbling inside his suit coat, he searched for his gun, but the holster was empty. He walked cautiously forward, eyes squinting through flurries, searching for possible danger. Crunching in the snow behind him made him jerk around to focus on a clown with a yellow-toothed grin and a sickle sword in its hand. The air was suddenly filled with the sound of ear-splitting banging and the smell of rotting flesh. Putting his hands over his ears and filled with repulsion, Illya backed away, but the clown advanced making swishing motions with the sickle sword.
Illya took off running. With his shoe soles slipping in the snow and his heart hammering, his eyes searched desperately for a safe shelter. Then in a heartbeat the banging stopped, and he found himself alone in a shadowy room, with the only light coming from a single light bulb fixture dangling from the ceiling. It was eerily quiet, and he could hear the hollow sound of his shoe soles against the concrete floor as he walked the perimeter of the solid brick walls. Spotting three doors in the far wall, he stopped in front of one and contemplated opening it. Hesitantly, he reached out. The brass knob felt cold against his sweaty palm.
Drawing in his breath, he turned his hand to the right. A click was heard, and the door opened. Stepping inside, he saw the clown’s pale, green eyes literally glowing like a demon’s . . ."


Still in print & pdf "The World is Your Oyster Affair"

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You'll enjoy a fast-paced, exciting adventure when you read The Man from U.N.C.L.E. zine “The World is Your Oyster Affair.” An 81-page gen story, written in 2010, is based on the TV-series. A gripping adventure, it begins at the Statue of Liberty and climaxes in Bora Bora. Priced at $15.00 US postage paid for a print copy and $5.00 for a PDF copy. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. If you want to order a copy, just let me know. Thanks! katlady72001@...

Plot: After a near-death experience at the Statue of Liberty, Napoleon and Illya head to Bora Bora for a spur-of-the-moment vacation. They're anticipating R & R on the exotic paradise, but they soon discover murder and mayhem are lurking there.

Excerpt: Chewing thoughtfully on his bottom lip, Illya judged the distance too far to swim, but he couldn’t stay aboard the trawler, his disappearance from the hold would be discovered shortly. He was forced to make a risky, but necessary decision and moved aft. Jackknifing off the stern, his belly hit the water hard and he sank like a cannonball. He was almost out of breath when he swam to the surface to fill his aching lungs.

Unfortunately, his captors chose that moment to glance over the railing and saw his head pop up. Simultaneously they drew their guns, and soon a barrage of bullets rained down that sent Illya diving for cover.

Rowing with strong, broad strokes, Napoleon was closing the distance, when he saw two out-of-focus figures at the railing. A minute later, he realized that they were rapid firing at the water, and following the direction of the gun barrels, he saw someone surface, someone with plastered blond hair on their head. Illya!

Using the crawl stroke to swim out of fire range, Illya soon had more than bullets to worry about, when a shark fin suddenly appeared a few feet to his right. He veered sharply to the left, pushing his nearly spent body to propel forward, knowing that eventually either exhaustion or the shark would be the cause of his death. And then he heard a familiar voice shouting. Squinting against the blinding glare of the sun that shone on the water, he saw Napoleon rowing toward him.

Putting the oars aside, Napoleon held out his hand. “Get in the boat!”

Illya needed no further urging; he grabbed the offered hand and held on for dear life. Strengthening his hold with his free hand around his partner’s elbow, with two strong tugs, Napoleon had him safely in the rowboat. Kuryakin was soaking wet and gasping for breath, but he counted himself lucky. Thankfully only his stress level, and not his body, was cut in half.

The shark circled the rowboat, before disappearing in the deep waters. It soon became apparent, however, that it wasn’t giving up now that there were two potential meals. A minute later there was a thud beneath the stern, followed by a lurch and a strong rocking motion began.

“Dammit, it’s trying to knock the boat over!” Napoleon shouted, grabbing the shotgun . . .


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In print & pdf formats "The Rainbow's End Affair"

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"The Rainbow’s End Affair.” Print and PDF format copies available. A 63-page gen story, written in 2008, it is based on the Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV-series. Join Illya and Napoleon on their undercover mission and encounter heartbeat action and danger in the primeval rainforest. The story is priced at $14.00 US postage paid for a print copy and $5.00 for a PDF copy. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. If you want to order a copy, just let me know. Thanks! katlady72001@...
 
Plot: When their undercover duties send Napoleon and Illya to the wild Borneo jungle, they must battle THRUSH's Doctor "Grim" Reaper in his little lab of horrors.
 
Excerpt: Soon the voices became inaudible, and then faded as the men moved away again. Illya rest the back of his head against the tree. His nerves were on edge. He touched his chest lightly. It was damp, the claw wounds were bleeding. Hearing rustling nearby, his heart skipped a beat. Was the leopard stalking him too?
 
He forced himself back to his feet, slowly moving away from the area. His legs felt heavy as he plodded along. The foliage was becoming denser, harder to navigate. Pulling apart twisted jute vines, he eased his lean body past and gamely pressed on.
 
Approximately a mile later, however, he stopped dead in his tracks—something or someone was approaching. He listened carefully, his pulse quickening. Wavering on unsteady feet, he braced himself. Would the leopard or THRUSH agents appear? A figure emerged from the shadows . . .
 


print & pdf copies of my Man from U.N.C.L.E. fanzine "The Grand Illusion Affair" are available!

katlady72001
 

"The Grand Illusion Affair." Print and PDF format copies available. A 66-page gen story, it is based on the Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV-series. Written in 2004, this is an exciting, action-packed spy adventure priced at $14.00 US postage paid for a print copy and $5.00 for a PDF copy. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. If you want to order a copy, just let me know. Thanks! katlady72001@...
Plot: When the magic act of Maurice & partner arrives in Manhattan, it soon becomes obvious that magic and espionage are a deadly mix. And when U.N.C.L.E. and THRUSH end up on the same seek-and-recover mission to find the microfilm of a cloaking device, Napoleon and Illya are caught dangerously in the middle.
Excerpt: Illya squatted down and began to rummage through the debris, hoping to find an object that could conceal the strip of microfilm. Sighing in defeat, he stood up. Immediately, he took the silver pen-communicator from his breast pocket and activated it.
“Open Channel D.”
“Go ahead, Illya.”
“Napoleon, I won’t have to check the furniture. It appears THRUSH saved me the time and trouble.”
“Please don’t tell me they found the microfilm.”
“That I wouldn’t know. But, I can tell you that what they left behind in the dressing room could be sifted through a piece of wire mesh.”
“Have you checked everywhere?”
“I haven’t checked the equipment room, though I doubt Riviere left the microfilm there. He probably chose a safer, more accessible place. There’s a trunk that I haven’t searched,” Illya said, making his way to the doorway.
“Well, check it out. I thoroughly searched his suitcases and the hotel suite, including the furniture. His gun, I.D. card, and communicator are here, but not the microfilm.”
“What about Boushay? Does he have any ideas?” Illya walked out the door.
“He’s in the sitting room, reading a book. Frankly, he hasn’t been much help.”
“Hold on while I check that trunk.” Illya slipped the communicator into his trench coat pocket.
The antiqued humpback trunk might be their last hope. It was locked. A small metal file stashed inside a concealed pocket stitched into the back of his belt was retrieved. Placing it into the keyhole, he made quick work of jimmying the locking mechanism. He put the file back into its hiding place before again turning his attention to the trunk. When the lid was raised, he shook his head. At least the search wasn’t a complete waste of time. The trunk wasn’t empty.
He pulled out his communicator. “I have some good news and some bad news, Napoleon.”
“What’s the good news?”
“I finally turned up something, THRUSH left behind a calling card.”
“Not the microfilm of course. The calling card, that’s the bad news?”
“Especially to the dead body in the trunk.”
Illya looked down at the plump man. Literally folded in half to stuff inside the confines of the trunk, his eyes were permanently etched with shock. A bullet hole in his forehead spouted blood, drenching his remaining features, including the cigar wedged between his clenched teeth.
Over the transmission Illya heard a gasp of anguish before Napoleon replied, “Boushay’s decided to take an interest after all. He heard you mention a dead body. Is it Riviere?”
“No, even in this state, I’d recognize him from the newspaper photo. Give me a second and I’ll check his wallet for I.D.”
Illya slid his hand between the trunk wall and the man’s bent back. He pulled the wallet from a rear pocket. Thumbing through the plastic inserts, he stopped at a driver’s license.
“It’s the theater manager, Frederick Patrick Turney. I saw his name on a sign in the lobby.”
“Sounds like we’ve reached a dead end, no pun intended. I’ll alert Mr. Waverly. He’ll have the coroner notified.”
Illya was about to reply when he heard the scuff of shoe soles on the concrete floor behind him. He nonchalantly tossed the wallet into the trunk, then slowly slipped a hand inside his suit coat, fingers automatically wrapping around the butt of the U.N.C.L.E. Special in his shoulder holster. But, before he could pull it out, something hard came crashing down onto the back of his head.
 
Sharp pain, followed by a dizzy sensation, gave way to a weakness in his knees. He was vaguely aware that the communicator was no longer in his hand and heard the hollow sound as it struck the floor. Knees buckling, he pitched forward and a split second later, all his senses shut down and blackness enveloped him . . .


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Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas

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Heather Menzies

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Happy Holidays to all the members of this group and on this December 24th, I can't help but think of Heather Menzies. We lost her 4 years ago. #heathermenziesurich

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Still in Print and PDF "The Dreams of the Demon Affair" Man From U.N.C.L.E. fanzine

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A great Christmas gift for yourself or favorite Napoleon and Illya fan! Exciting Man from U.N.C.L.E. gen novella "The Dreams of the Demon Affair"! Print and PDF format copies available. An 84-page novella, it contains 4 color photos and is based on the U.N.C.L.E. TV-series. Written in 2020, this is an action-packed spy adventure. Print copy is $16 US Media Mail or $22 US Priority Mail. PDF copy is $6. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. If you want to order a copy, just let me know. Thanks! katlady72001@...
Plot: Murder and mayhem abound when a THRUSH mole wreaks havoc at the Berlin Headquarters. Napoleon and Illya must face off with a demonic THRUSH agent from their past . . . and ghosts.
Excerpt: Napoleon reached down and helped Illya to unsteady feet. Using his penlight to guide their way, he searched for sanctuary. He ultimately stopped at the crumbling mausoleum. Pulling the rusty wrought iron gate open, he stepped inside. After easing his partner down to lie on the crackled marble floor, he sat next to him.
He stared blindly into the pitch-blackness while his mind raced. Seeing ghosts was not rational. Could they be a THRUSH trick? No, he thought, that would make no sense since Illya neither saw nor heard them. Logical reasoning told him that he was going crazy. However, as he reflected on the past three days his sanity only became an issue after arriving at the Black Forest—and there the affair took a most ugly turn.
 
 


In Print & PDF "The Death's Doorstep Affair"

katlady72001
 

I'm taking orders for this 71-page gen fanzine. Based on the Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV-series it was written in 2013. This is an exciting, action-packed spy adventure with hurt/comfort. Print copy is $14 US Media Mail or $20 US Priority Mail. PDF copy is $5. The PDF copy is "read only" and cannot be printed. It can be read on your iPad, Kindle, and computer. I accept checks and money orders (bank or postal) in payment. If you want to order a copy, please email me. Thanks!  katlady72001@...
 
 
Plot: When a list of THRUSH moles working in U.N.C.L.E. headquarters around the globe vanishes, Napoleon and Illya are sent to Berlin, Germany, to recover it. But it soon becomes a case of partners killing partners that will lead our favorite spies to death’s doorstep.
 
 
Excerpt: A misty rain was falling on the stormy night, as Napoleon walked down the deserted brick-paved street. And then he spotted a light ahead. When he grew closer, he focused on a lone figure standing beneath a street lamp. It was Illya. Solo's right hand felt heavy and raising his arm, he saw he was clasping his Walther. Emotionlessly, he took aim and rapid fired . . .



‘M*A*S*H’ Cast: Then And Now (2021)

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‘M*A*S*H’ Cast: Then And Now

Through early morning fog, I see visions of the things to be. And those things today, are updates on everyone’s favorite Captains and Majors and Corporals- Oh My. Welcome to basic training, Maggot! I’m so sorry that’s rude of me. How about just “welcome.” Today we’re catching up with the M*A*S*H cast who brought to life a little hospital unit in Korea, and out of it created unity and laughter for a nation. 

M*A*S*H ran for a whopping 11 seasons. It quickly became the gold standard for television programming back in the ’70s and into the ’80s and spurred on 3 spin-off shows, Trapper MD, After M*A*S*H, and Walter. Much of the credit goes to the incredible cast of actors, who, led by Alan Alda, grabbed a nation’s attention for over a decade. And when the journey finally ended, we all watched.  Let’s revisit those very actors, and see what led them to M*A*S*H, and what some of the cast is up to today hanging up their dog tags for good. Let’s dig into the good stuff…


1. Alan Alda – Dr. Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce
Alan Alda was kind of the spine of M*A*S*H, being the lead actor, but that was just part of the equation, as he often wrote and directed episodes for the acclaimed series. This includes the movie-length finale that shattered the record books with 121 million viewers. Alda actually directed 31 episodes of M*A*S*H, the first coming in season 2 with “Mail Call”. Alda wrote and directed three movies after honing his craft on that Army Surgical Base in Korea. He completed Sweet Liberty in 1986 starring him and Michael Caine. 2 years later he completed A New Life starring himself, Hal Linden, and Ann-Margaret. Then, in 1990, we would direct his final picture, Betsy’s Wedding co-starring alongside Joey Bishop and Madeline Kahn. That would be his final directorial effort, Alda preferring to concentrate fully on his specific role, rather than split his attention into fractions.

Alda proved to be a workhouse on M*A*S*H and continued that mindset for his entire career. Did you know, he was the only man who was in both the first episode and the finale? The only man ya see, which brings us to Loretta Swit aka Hot Lips.

2. Loretta Swit – Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan
Yep, the only other actor from M*A*S*H who was in both the first and the final chapter of this fantastic series was Loretta Swit (one of our 50 Fabulous Stars of the 1970s).  she was so dynamic that showrunners tweaked the character to fit her wishes. Swit naturally wanted Margaret ‘Hot Lips’ Houlihan’s character to grow during the course of the show, away from a promiscuous, shrill one, to a tough independent role model type. And by the end of the show, they even stopped calling her Hot Lips. 

Swit actually tried to quit the show during the tenth season, because she was up for Detective Cagney in, ya guessed it, Starsky & Hutch. So sorry, Cagney & Lacey. Unfortunately, contracts and studios rarely give up control, and CBS didn’t shock us all here and refused to allow the show swap. Loretta did wind up playing Cagney in the TV movie pilot which received great reviews and ratings.  Unfortunately, the studios held firm. So, Sharon Gless took her place and starred on the show for 6 years.

3. Jamie Farr – Sergeant Maxwell Q. Klinger
It’s interesting to note that Jamie Farr and Alan Alda were the only two main cast members to have actually served in the U.S. Army in South Korea. Both of them did their tours of duty after the 1953 cease-fire. Farr was drafted and began his part completing training films for the army before going overseas to Japan and being part of the Armed Forces Radio. But things changed dramatically, when a good friend back home, a little-name of Red Skelton. Ya see, Red’s 12-year-old son had just died of Leukemia, Red needed to get away and also wanted to fulfill a deeper mission. He decided to request Farr’s support from the state department, in his own efforts to entertain the troops. Red plucked Jamie from being a private and raised him up. They began performing and touring throughout South Korea.

Even after the war, Red continued to lift up Jamie Farr. After Farr’s father passed away, he was in limbo. Worries about home were pushing him to abandon his current path of comedy and entertainment. Luckily, Red didn’t see that as a possibility, claiming Farr was, quote, “A doctor of comedy” and personally employed him in a way that supported his family back home. Who knew that we had Red Skelton to thank, in part for the magic of the M*A*S*H ensemble?
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The Cast of Dallas: Then & Now 😎

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‘Dallas’ Cast Then And Now 2021

The 1978 TV soap opera Dallas aired on CBS from April 2, 1978, to May 3, 1991. The series revolved around a wealthy Texas family, the Ewings, who were the owners of the independent oil company called Ewing Oil. The series is best known for providing one of the best and only cliffhangers of that era of television, known as “Who Shot J.R.?” 

J.R. Ewing became the show’s breakout character and his scheming and mischievous business became a successful trademark for the show. Dallas also had a spinoff series called Knots Landing in 1979 which lasted 14 seasons. A revival of the Dallas series also came about in 2012 and ran for 3 seasons. Do you remember the original Dallas cast? Let’s take a look!


1. Larry Hagman – J.R. Ewing
Larry Hagman played the breakout character role of J.R. Ewing. He became the hit of summer 1980 when “Who Shot J.R.?” aired and sparked controversy, debate, and conspiracy all throughout the country. Hagman was the only actor to appear in all 357 episodes of Dallas. He, unfortunately, died a few months after the revival show aired in 2012.

2. Patrick Duffy – Bobby Ewing
Patrick Duffy played the brother of J.R., Bobby Ewing. He was successful just like his father and brother in the oil business, but lacked J.R.’s villainous ideologies and insisted on a fair game all around. Duffy went onto play several more roles on other TV shows like Step by Step. He starred in the Hallmark Channel movie, The Christmas Cure, in 2017.

3. Linda Gray – Sue Ellen
Linda Gray played the role of Sue Ellen, who was also the wife of J.R. Ewing. After Dallas, Gray starred in many other TV shows and TV movies such as the British drama Lovejoy. She returned to soap operas in 2004 for The Bold and the Beautiful. She did, in fact, return for the Dallas reboot in 2012-14. She will be starring in the upcoming drama Prescience which is set for release to theatres in 2019.
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The Cast of Alice: Then & Now (2021)

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‘Alice’ Cast: Then And Now 2021

Kiss My Grits! A standout line from a fantastic sitcom. Alice aired from 1976 to 1985 and was inspired by the Scorsese film, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. The shot of the station wagon during the show’s opening credits is from the 1974 film. Linda Lavin aka Alice even sang the opening theme song. 

This CBS show centered around an aspiring singer named Alice who moves to Phoenix, Arizona with her son to start life anew… Alice, Flo, and company take the audience for a ride every episode, and a lot of funny stuff happens at Mel’s Diner! Plus the show was socially relevant because along with One Day at a Time, it highlighted Second Wave Feminism.

Today, we’ll take a table for a thousand, to check out the cast of Alice and see what they got into after they clocked out! Order up! 

 


1. Linda Lavin (Alice Hyatt)
Alice Hyatt is the friend everyone needs. Great at giving advice and people often sought her out because of this. Alice was a force to be reckoned with always standing up to the chauvinistic Mel, never losing her sense of humor. Linda Lavin came from a musical family as her mother was an opera singer, encouraging Linda to be on stage at just 5 years old. Her professional acting career began in 1963 with multiple episodes of The Doctors.

But her big break was as Detective Janice Wentworth in the early seasons of Barney Miller. She left Barney Miller for her Alice, a career-defining role, and earned her two Golden Globe awards and one Emmy nomination. The final season showcased Lavin in two roles as she also played Debbie Walden. Lavin would also direct 10 episodes beginning with Season 4’s Vera, the Vamp. Following the success of Alice, she co-starred with Everybody Loves Raymond’s Patricia Heaton in Room For Two. For more on Patricia, we have a cast rewind for Raymond that you should definitely check out next! A personal favorite non-TV role of hers is as Kermit’s Doctor in The Muppets Take Manhattan.

She’s also done a ton of theatre, including 6 Tony Nominations, winning Best Leading Actress in 1987, as well as singing in cabaret! Today, she’s 83 years old and back on CBS, as Norma in the Chuck Lorre produced show, B Positive. Well, I am positive that Linda is far from done yet.

2. Vic Tayback (Mel Sharples)
After a stint in the US Navy, Mel Sharples became a cook, opening, Mel’s Diner. Always complete with a greasy t-shirt, sailor cap, and a spatula. Although this gravel-voiced cook produced sub-par food, the humor was prepared just right, well-done. Brooklyn-born Vic Tayback was brilliant as Mel, reprising his role from the original movie. Vic himself served in the Navy before beginning his acting career at 27. He began booking TV roles in the late‘50s, and I’m sure you saw him on some great shows in the ‘60s and ‘70s, … Including multiple episodes of Bewitched and Gunsmoke … both of which we have great cast rewinds for, too, so queue those up!

In 1973, he snagged a role on the Lorne Green-led show Griff as Captain Barney Marcus, but it only lasted one season. No sweat off his back as he then became Mel for the 1974 film. Late in his career, he profited off being a grillmaster, starring in some Heinz 57 ads. We last saw him in an episode of MacGyver in 1990. Tayback sadly died that same year from a heart attack, he was only 60 years old.

3. Beth Howland (Vera Gorman)
Vera, along with Alice, was the only waitresses at Mel’s Diner who lasted the show’s entire run. She was very lovable and shy, oftentimes clumsy and neurotic. Beth Howland began acting in 1959 but didn’t hit it big until the early ’70s when she began booking TV shows, like 6 appearances on The Love Boat. 

After Alice Beth was typecast as that neurotic character, so she semi-retired, only taking episodes of shows every once in a while. Her last gig was voicing Dr. Leventhal in the animated Nickelodeon show As Told By Ginger in 2002. In 2002, she also wed Murphy Brown actor Charles Kimbrough and remained married to him until her death on New Year’s Eve in 2015. Beth was 76.
 
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Meghan & Harry's interview compared to Diana's in 1995

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently spilled a lot of details on what it’s like being part of the Royal family after stepping away from their official duties. In the interview, they mentioned a lack of support and security within the family, attacks from the British press, struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts, and more.

Longtime Royal watchers may have found this interview to be similar to Princess Diana’s explosive 1995 interview. At that time, Diana spoke to reporter Martin Bashir for the BBC program “Panorama” about 
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Check Out The Current Schedule Of ‘Jeopardy!’ Guest Hosts

Ken Jennings recently finished up his run as an interim guest host on Jeopardy! following the sad death of long-term host Alex Trebek. Reports have been coming out with a variety of people being tapped as guest hosts for the game show, and now there’s a full list and schedule available!

Trebek left some big shoes to fill for the up-and-coming guest hosts as they take on the Jeopardy! reigns
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The Andy Griffith Show Cast: Then & Now 😊

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‘The Andy Griffith Show’ Cast Then And Now 2021

The Andy Griffith Show was and is a timeless classic. A show that evoked nostalgia across generations, it was one of the top shows of its time, never dipping below seventh in the ratings, and securing the No. 1 spot for its final season. Fans grew to know these Mayberry residents like their own friends or family, and its widespread success spawned spinoffs such as Gomer Pyle USMC and Mayberry, R.F.D.

The father-son relationship was wholesome and the chemistry between Andy and Barney was sublime. We loved this heartwarming and enduring program, and the phenomenal cast was the biggest reason why. We’re doing a look back at the cast of The Andy Griffith Show. Without further ado, get your fishing poles ready, we’re heading down to Myers Lake. Let’s check it out!


1. Andy Griffith (Andy Taylor)
Andy Taylor was the composed sheriff of Mayberry who offered his counsel to everyday townsfolks as well as his young son, Opie. Teaching about important lessons on character and values. Sheriff Taylor enjoyed the simple things like fishing with his son or strumming a guitar. A North Carolina boy, Andy Griffith got his start being a monologist, performing stories such as, What it Was, Was Football, It was released as a single in 1953 and reached #9 on the charts. It was so popular he got to perform it on The Ed Sullivan Show! 

In 1958 Griffith reprised an earlier teleplay role for the film version of No Time for Sergeants. Which would also be credited as the direct inspiration for the later spinoff, Gomer Pyle. The film costarred the incredible Don Knotts and began a lifelong friendship and working relationship. In 1960, Griffith appeared on an episode of Make Room for Daddy as a county sheriff, and this role served as a backdoor pilot for The Andy Griffith Show, as both programs were produced by Sheldon Leonard.

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2. Ron Howard (Opie)
Oh, little Opie, the son of Andy. Played by the legendary Ron Howard portrayed this typical and likable rural baby boomer. He got his start in 1956, being brought to sets like Frontier Woman by his father, Rance Howard, and being used in the shoot. Then in ‘59 at just 5 years old, he landed a recurring character named ‘Stewart’ on Dennis the Menace. The following year he became Opie and the world knew his name, face, pretty much everything. 

We all know his starring role in Happy Days as Richie Cunningham. But many forget he was part of The Smith Family a few years prior, co-starring with Henry Fonda and Darleen Carr, the younger sister of The Sound of Music star. We have both a Happy Days and Sound of Music cast video for you to queue up next! Ever since Ron’s 20s, he’s slowly developed into a powerhouse director. He won an Academy Award for his direction of A Beautiful Mind and was nominated once again in 2009 for Frost/Nixon. Today in his mid-60s, I strongly believe we’ll see another Oscar win for the talented Opie in the future.

3. Frances Bavier (Aunt Bee)
Aunt Bee was the paternal aunt of Andy Taylor and well-known in Mayberry for her cooking skills! One of my favorite Aunt Bee episodes is when she won some pretty expensive prizes on a game show. Born and raised in Manhattan, Frances first started performing in vaudeville, then moved to Broadway. She got her big-screen break in 1951’s The Day the Earth Stood Still. After some silver screen success, she moved to television with her first recurring role in 71 episodes of It’s A Great Life. 

She often played similar character-types to her iconic Aunt Bee. However, according to reports, she had a love-hate relationship with the role and was often quite difficult to work with. Production staff, including Andy himself, often took a very cautious approach when communicating with Frances in an attempt not to offend her. When Frances was found terminally ill in 1989, she reached out and repaired her relationship with Andy. That same year, she passed away at the age of 86, forever remembered, as the moral compass of Aunt Bee.
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Plot: In their quest to squelch an assassination plot, Napoleon and Illya follow a deadly trail from Russian to China. But they may have met their match when they encounter sadistic THRUSH siblings.

Excerpts: In the Lotus Blossom Teahouse, Napoleon put away his communicator. He took a sip of tea, then another. After savoring the mild, light grassy taste, he decided he preferred strong, black coffee. Hearing the tinkle of the glass beads, he glanced over his shoulder and saw the proprietress. She was carrying a saucer with a fortune cookie on it. Wordlessly, she placed it on his table. He watched her return to her position behind the counter.

Cracking open the cookie revealed a piece of rice paper. He scanned the text: 'Dead men tell no tales.' Before he could pull out his gun, a puff of pink smoke wafted from the broken cookie shell. Immediately the room began to spin and his vision dimmed.

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