Lou Costello was born on this day in 1906. His work with Bud Abbot made them one of the most successful comedy teams of all time, and their “Who’s on First” sketch is still one of the funniest exchanges ever put on film.
This is another one of my favorites, as Lou tries to get some sleep:
And here he is re-creating a vaudeville routine performed by many comedians, including the Three Stooges. His co-star is Sid Fields.
Trailer: "Risen," with Cliff Curtis as Jesus "Risen" is the story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer played by "Shakespeare In Love's" Joseph Fiennes. It will be in theaters in January 2016.
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New From Oprah Winfrey: "Belief" Oprah Winfrey's seven-chapter series "Belief" starts on October 18, 2015. It follows some of the world’s most fascinating spiritual journeys through the eyes of the believers. Episodes include: the largest peaceful gathering in the history of ...
Bugs Bunny Turns 75 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHpXle4NqWI
A fascinating look at what made Warner Brothers cartoons work. Surprisingly, within these anarchic worlds, there were a lot of rules. This video has some very thoughtful commentary, including ...
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