"Landau, who shot to fame by playing a homosexual henchman in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 classic North by Northwest,
I have seen the film several times, but I never got the impression he was supposed to be homosexual.
Sometimes I think film…"
"Rob Staeger (Grodd Mod) said:
Early 40s, I would say (56 now).
Mind you, there are a tremendous number of old comics which I only read for the first after the age of 37, which were far better than the turkey that is Showcase #100!And I am…"
"Somebody mentioned on another board that she was the only major cast member of her own show to have since died, except for Ted Knight.
Which is remarkable, because many of her co-stars are years older than her, including Betty White, fourteen years…"
"I am the only person in my family who has ever read comics, at least anywhere near a regular basis - unless you count my older brother who used to read Mad and Crazy (do they count as a "comics"?) as a teenager, over 45 years ago.
"I am always amused (in a scoffing manner) when watching Hogan's Heroes, and occasionally a German army officer is referred to as "Kapitan."
Kapitan was only ever a naval rank in Germany. What we would call a "captain"…"
"I had never heard of The Champions before, Commander.
Even despite the fact that here in Australia, we probably got to see a lot more of British TV shows than you Americans, it's probably not that surprising I was oblivious to it, as I was…"
"I'd be interested to know whose decision it was to make the Kents so old in the first place (even when Clark was a toddler) in the first place, and just as importantly why?
In this day and age, at least, if not the 1920s or 1930s, I…"
"Commander Benson said:
The fact of an "oval-less" Batman appearing in Justice League for more than four years in the early 1960s makes an absolute mockery of that position, if nothing else did!
Surely, they couldn't possibly be…"
"Ron M. said:
I could be mistaken, but in those more innocent days of the 1950s and 1960s, I don't believe spanking had the sexual connotation which it has now, at least in the broader, mainstream community.
Nor did the words or…"