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Archive for April, 2015

Not Quite Sure What She Did…

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

mvd1OK, I’m being totally honest here. Sure, I can use Google, Wikipedia, and the imdb like a pro, and I knew one day I’d get around to it. But at the time that I met Mamie Van Doren at the Hollywood Show on April 20, 2013, the only thing I knew for sure about her was that there was no way that Mamie Van Doren was her real name. And yet I was perfectly willing to shell out $20 to get a signed photo of her that included a free photo op with both Carolyn and me. Why, you might ask? Because her name sounded so exotic and familiar that I just knew she had to be somebody. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

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Tabitha X 2

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

tab1I had long looked forward to meeting Erin Murphy, who was best known as the actress who played Tabitha from 1966-1972 on the TV sitcom Bewitched. And when I finally did, it was no disappointment because she was every bit as nice as she was beautiful. During that occasion I also met the twin brothers who has portrayed Tabitha’s younger brother Adam. Many may not know that Erin Murphy also had a twin sister with whom she shared the Tabitha role for the first two years of their appearance on the show. Read the rest of this entry »

Millard Fillmore and Me

Monday, April 6th, 2015

mf13One has to fell a little sorry for the President of the United States whose legacies include being the most forgotten President, being the last president of his party (the Whigs), and arguably having the strangest name of any president. Our lucky number 13th President was the second of eight presidents to ascend to the office after the death of the incumbent president, in this case Zachary Taylor. He served less than three years from 1850-1853, and failed to be nominated for the next election. He did however then try to run again in the 1856 election in the “Know-Nothing” movement part, but came in third, carrying only one state. Read the rest of this entry »