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'Whose Line is It Anyway?' Set To Return As London Stage Show


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‘Whose Line is It Anyway’ is being revived for the London stage this summer 16 years after it was last seen on British tv screens. The live show will be held at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End and run for just two weeks, beginning on June 20th.

Clive AndersonClive Anderson will return to host the stage show.

Stars from the original Channel 4 series including host Clive Anderson and comics Colin Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood are all set to make appearances. The much loved comedy series ran on Channel 4 from 1988 to 1999 with Anderson serving as host throughout the run.

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2014 TCM Classic Film Festival 'Oklahoma'

Greg Proops and Jennifer Canaga - Opening night gala screening of 'Oklahoma!' during the 2014 TCM Classic Film Festival at TCL Chinese Theatre. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 10th April 2014

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walks with his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together

Greg Proops Saturday 14th November 2009 walks with his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together Los Angeles, California

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shares an intimate moment with his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together

Greg Proops Saturday 14th November 2009 shares an intimate moment with his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together Los Angeles, California

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talks to his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together

Greg Proops Saturday 14th November 2009 talks to his wife Jennifer Canaga after having lunch together Los Angeles, California

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The Nightmare Before Christmas Review


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Just in time for Halloween and Christmas, the reissue of The Nightmare Before Christmas couldn't be more appropriate. With all of the attention thrown to "family films" in recent years, namely those starring pocket monsters and Nickelodeon characters, it's high time we raised the intellectual level of children's fare as well as the animation achievements of the movie studios. With that in mind, it was refreshing to revisit an animation classic on the big screen that still retains the originality and freshness it had seven years ago.

Nightmare is the story of one man's quest to discover his true purpose in life -- to look beyond the accolades of his peers, the achievements of his years, and the praise of his ego. Jack Skellington, the pumpkin king of Halloweentown, is the main dude behind the Halloween holiday for kids everywhere. But during his reign as pumpkin king, Jack has somehow lost his understanding of his place in the world and the magic he creates with his Halloween holiday. After the completion of one particular Halloween season, Jack walks with a heavy heart and ends up discovering in the woods outside Halloweentown a grove of trees with doors to all of the other holidays in the world. Imagine his surprise to discover Christmastown, a far more impressive and uplifting holiday than Halloween, surrounded by happy elves making toys, and with good cheer all around.

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