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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
I started receiving People magazine recently, and as I was leafing through its ho-hum 40th anniversary issue, I stumbled across this 1974 cover featuring Telly Savalas, the man who mainstreamed baldness into everyday life (screw you, Yul Brynner!) ...
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- Glance at the Past - Ft. Bragg Advocate-NewsGlance at the Past
Ft. Bragg Advocate-News
At Coast Theatre: "The New Interns" starring Michael Callan, Dean Jones, Telly Savalas, Barbara Eden, Stefanie Powers, Kay Stevens, Inger Stevens and George Segal. "What A Way To Go!" starring Shirley MacLaine, Robert Mitchum, Paul Newman, Dean ...
- Equalizer, The - TVShowsOnDVD.comEqualizer, The
Season Three features guest appearances from a range of stars including: Telly Savalas (Kojak), Macaulay Culkin (Home Alone), Vincent D'Onofrio (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), and Patricia Richardson (Home Improvement) along with the indomitable ...
- Marcia Strassman: 12 things you didn't know about her career - Philly.com (blog)
Philly.com (blog)Marcia Strassman: 12 things you didn't know about her career
1974's "Nobody's Perfetc" -- complete with misspelling -- was a "Love, American Style" anthology effort for CBS that featured an over-the-top intro by Telly Savalas. Even with "Kotter" under way, Strassman was tapped as a supporting player in a 1976 ...
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- BE gets homecoming win vs. Branchville - The Times and DemocratBE gets homecoming win vs. Branchville
The Times and Democrat
The Red Raiders, in taking a 33-0 halftime lead over former B-E assistant coach Dan Reynolds' team, had three first-quarter touchdowns called back on penalties, including two long punt returns by sophomore Savalas Cann. In spite of the early penalties ...
- Thursday, November 6 - Sydney Morning HeraldThursday, November 6
Sydney Morning Herald
The cast includes Telly Savalas and Harry Dean Stanton and by the film's end those left alive after a private treaty unimaginable in Where Eagles Dare are heading for Switzerland, treating a subject that a subsequent generation of would venerate with ...
- B-E gets homecoming win vs. Branchville
BAMBERG — There is no week of the high school football season that coaches dread more than homecoming.
- One manamko' thankful for gifts
About this time in every election cycle as the candidates attempt to outdo each other with outlandish promises, I am reminded of the 1970s TV show, 'Kojak,' where Telly Savalas used to say, 'Who loves ya, baby?'
- 'Gone Girl' and more: Better book or movie?
"Gone Girl" was that rarity: a best-selling book that was also well reviewed, earning spots on both The New York Times best-seller list and critics' best-of lists.
- Glance at the Past
102 Years Ago Oct. 16, 1912 • The regular session of the city trustees was called to order by Mayor Mulson Monday evening in the city hall.
- 'The Mortal Instruments' as a TV series?
"The Mortal Instruments" may not have taken off in theaters, but that doesn't mean it can't work on TV.
- Marcia Strassman: 12 things you didn't know about her career
Marcia Strassman made her mark as the 1970s version of Alice Kramden , playing the (mostly) understanding wife of Gabe Kaplan on ABC's "Welcome Back, Kotter." But Strassman, who died Friday at 66, was in showbiz for more than 10 years before she wound up on the sitcom that became a pop culture touchstone, in part because it made a star of John Travolta .
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