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- Knife attacker from Sydenham detained in mental hospital after trying to ... - News Shopper
News ShopperKnife attacker from Sydenham detained in mental hospital after trying to ...
A paranoid schizophrenic knifeman who tried to murder two women in Catford and Plumstead Common has been detained indefinitely in a mental hospital. Archibald Reverent Foster had been hearing the voice of Kojak actor Telly Savalas telling him to kill ...
Schizophrenic 'ordered to kill by Kojak' detained for life for knife attacks ...
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- Jailbirds bond with actual birds in a tender Hollywood classic - A.V. Club DCJailbirds bond with actual birds in a tender Hollywood classic
A.V. Club DC
... to an inquisitive and compassionate individual through his study of birds, which soon come to populate the penitentiary once other inmates, including talkative Feto (Telly Savalas), come to see the companionship (and sense of purpose) they provide ...
- Slice of cake - Stockton Record
- Police arrest man believed to be member of 'Bulls Cap Bandits' - Dallas Morning News (blog)
Dallas Morning News (blog)Police arrest man believed to be member of 'Bulls Cap Bandits'
Dallas Morning News (blog)
Dallas police arrested a man believed to be part of the Bulls Cap Bandits, a group of men suspected of robbing as many as 15 business since December. Savalas Christopher Love, 29, was arrested Aug. 9 after several months of investigation. Police said ...
- Bamberg-Ehrhardt wins battle of 301 over Edisto - The Times and DemocratBamberg-Ehrhardt wins battle of 301 over Edisto
The Times and Democrat
The rest of the points came from a 74-yard punt return for a touchdown by Savalas Cann, 14-0 and a 15-yard touchdown rush by Josh Brown, 22-0 (2-pt conversion). B-E's defense also looked to be in good form in the first quarter after recording three ...
- T&D Region sports - The Times and DemocratT&D Region sports
The Times and Democrat
BAMBERG — Savalas Cann's 20-yard touchdown pass to Kahil Gagum and PAT by Mitch Robinson was the difference in a 1-point win for the Red Raiders Friday at Leon Maxwell Stadium. The Blue Devils' Christian Sapp scored on a 10-yard run with 5:50 ...
- Schizophrenic 'ordered to kill by Kojak' detained for life for knife attacks on women
A paranoid schizophrenic who claims he heard the voice of Kojak actor Telly Savalas telling him to kill people has been detained indefinitely in a mental hospital after trying to murder two women in terrifying random attacks in London.
- Capricorn One
When NASA agreed to cooperate with Peter Hyams’ conspiracy thriller, producer Paul Lazarus III was astonished. Why would they, when the film so maligned their image? Perhaps NASA saw how unbelievable the set-up was: nowadays, audiences are more likely to be surprised by how entertaining the film is despite its strains on plausibility. A cash-in on ’70s conspiracy movies bankrolled by Lew Grade ...
- Brian G. Hutton, Director of 'Kelly's Heroes' and 'Where Eagles Dare,' Dies at 79
The onetime actor also helmed ‘The First Deadly Sin' with Frank Sinatra and two films starring Elizabeth Taylor
- Bamberg-Ehrhardt wins battle of 301 over Edisto
BAMBERG — Bamberg-Ehrhardt’s defense seemed to be too much for Edisto to handle in Friday’s rivalry game. The Red Raiders claimed a 42-7 win.
- Where Eagles Dare director Brian G Hutton dies
Director Brian G Hutton has died, aged 79 after suffering a heart attack.
- Brian G. Hutton, director of 'Where Eagles Dare,' 'Kelly's Heroes,' dies at 79
Brian G. Hutton, who directed Clint Eastwood in the WWII actioners "Where Eagles Dare" (1968) and "Kelly's Heroes" (1970) and also directed Elizabeth Taylor in two films, has died. He was 79. "Where Eagles Dare," a thriller based on the Alistair McLean novel, also starred Richard Burton, while "Kelly Heroes," a heist film masquerading as a war film, sported a large ensemble cast that included ...
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