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- This One Picture of Telly Savalas Refutes All Fears That Progress Has Ended - Daily Beast
Daily BeastThis One Picture of Telly Savalas Refutes All Fears That Progress Has Ended
So back to Savalas, and bear with me here. Cue up Telly's incomparable semi-parlando rendering of If. Get lost in the Aegean-deep pools of Telly's eyes and marvel at his gold-chain-and-bracelet set. As you contemplate a naked celebrity torso apparently ...
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- Teamwork: Program benefits hospitals, patients and students - San Angelo Standard Times
San Angelo Standard TimesTeamwork: Program benefits hospitals, patients and students
San Angelo Standard Times
A social worker is assigned to each patient to address other non-medical issues contributing to their ailments. "A lot of our patients struggle not so much with the medical issues," said Megan Savalas, social worker assigned to Rogers. "They know what ...
- Christoph Waltz tipped to play Ernst Blofeld in new James Bond 007 movie - Daily Mail
Daily MailChristoph Waltz tipped to play Ernst Blofeld in new James Bond 007 movie
Donald Pleasence starred as Bond's nemesis in You Only Live Twice in 1967, followed by Kojak star Telly Savalas in 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The smooth-voiced British actor Charles Gray took the part in Diamonds Are Forever in 1971.
Bond 24: Is Christoph Waltz The New Blofeld?
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- Prince George's County police investigate fatal shooting of DC man in Landover - Washington Post
NBC4 WashingtonPrince George's County police investigate fatal shooting of DC man in Landover
Prince George's County police are investigating the fatal shooting of D.C. man in Landover early Sunday morning. About 1 a.m. Sunday, police responded to the 1600 block of Brightseat Road for a report of a shooting, according to a police statement.
Police ID victim in PG County homicide
Police Investigating Homicide in Landover
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- Exclusive Interview: Telly Leung - Broadway Blog (blog)
Broadway Blog (blog)Exclusive Interview: Telly Leung
Broadway Blog (blog)
Leung's first name is derived not from Cantonese or Mandarin, but borrowed from a Greek immigrant: Aristotelis “Telly” Savalas. “My mother loved watching Kojak,” Leung shrugs. “That's who she named me after.” Ironically, the musical theater bug first ...
- Tomu neuvěříte! Telly Savalas měl STRACH Z DUCHŮ! Co ho vyděsilo nejvíc? - denik.cz
denik.czTomu neuvěříte! Telly Savalas měl STRACH Z DUCHŮ! Co ho vyděsilo nejvíc?
Telly Savalas proslul jako Kojak (vlevo), ale zahrál si třeba také s Claudií Cardinale ve filmu Útěk do Atén. Autor: archiv. FOTOGALERIE · S Burtem Lancasterem v dramatu Ptáčník z Alcatrazu (1962) Slavný válečný film Tucet špinavců (1967) ho svedl ...
- Prince George’s County police investigate fatal shooting of D.C. man in Landover
Police said John Savalas Brown, 40, of D.C., was found fatally wounded outside a Landover apartment.
- 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 read more
- Christoph Waltz tipped to play Ernst Blofeld in new James Bond 007 movie
It’s been more than 30 years since James Bond faced evil Ernst Stavro Blofeld, his most feared adversary. But now the baddie – famous for his trademark white cat – is back.
- Officer guided by lifelong compassion for youths
V’Kojak Balsamico used his position as a Pittsburgh police officer to try to help troubled youths and anyone he came across. “He didn’t have the ...
- Police investigate Landover homicide -- Gazette.Net
Prince George’s County police are investigating the death of a Washington, D.C., man who was found shot Sunday in Landover. Around 1 a.m. Nov. 2, police responded to the report of a shooting at the 1600 block of Brightseat Road, according to a police statement.
- Police investigate Landover homicide
Washington, D.C., man found shot outside apartment
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