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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?" Every candidate seems to one-up the ...
- From Frankenstein to Dracula: Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee- The ... - moviepilot.com
moviepilot.comFrom Frankenstein to Dracula: Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee- The ...
Horror Express also contained one of the great cameos in Telly Savalas. The Creeping Flesh followed this time as estranged brothers, and Lee again playing the bad guy. They would also get to work with another horror and acting legend- American Vincent ...
- Doctor Who S8.08 - Mummy On The Orient Express Review - GamesRadar
GamesRadarDoctor Who S8.08 - Mummy On The Orient Express Review
... Mathieson – the man behind so many strong episodes of Being Human – it's a bit of a letdown. If it's monster-loose-on-a-steam-train carnage you're after, you're probably better off watching 1972 film Horror Express. It's mental, and it's got Telly ...
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- Who loves ya, baby? (Maybe not whom you think) - Asheville Citizen-Times
Asheville Citizen-TimesWho loves ya, baby? (Maybe not whom you think)
Remember Telley Savalas, aka TV's Kojak, who consumed lollipops while putting the bad guys / gals away, making the streets of New York City safer for everyone? One of his stock lines was “who loves ya baby?” A catchy ironic phrase quite relevant today ...
- Fury: a Second World War film that takes no prisoners - Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukFury: a Second World War film that takes no prisoners
Telly Savalas would be taking exasperated lugubriousness to new levels. Clint Eastwood could kill Germans with a sub-machinegun at 200 yards from a moving bus. Soldiers mostly looked incredibly clean and the heroines had haircuts that perfectly matched ...
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- David Ayer talks about his WWII movie 'Fury' - Philly.com
NPRDavid Ayer talks about his WWII movie 'Fury'
You've got Telly Savalas in 'The Battle of the Bulge,' but that's not a movie that was really equipped to show what tank combat was really like." Ayer, who wrote the script for "Training Day" and directed the cop movie "End of Watch," wanted his script ...
From 'Patton' to 'Fury,' tank films that roll
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- 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.
- David Ayer talks about his WWII movie 'Fury'
The writer of “Training Day” says he made “Fury” to describe and honor the brutal reality of sacrifices of American tank crews in WWII.
- Indictments unsealed
All indictments related to a recent joint drug operation in Henry County have been unsealed, according to a news release from the Henry County Sheriff’s Office.
- '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.
- Doctor Who S8.08 - Mummy On The Orient Express Review
The whodunit is a well-established genre, but one which Doctor Who – with a few exceptions (such as “The Robots Of Death”, “Terror Of The Vervoids”, “The Unicorn And The Wasp”) – rarely makes use of. The series is more likely to produce a “whydunit”.
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