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Jack Klugman's Son Blasts The Emmys For Honouring Corey Monteith And Not His Father


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Jack Klugman's son has made it publicly known that he disagrees with the Emmy organizers honouring Glee star Cory Monteith and not his father.

Jack Klugman, who starred in the 1970's hits, 'The Odd Couple' and 'Quincey, M.E', died last December at the age of 90 years old and his son has spoken out against the Emmy organizers for placing his father into a 'In Memorium' reel that usually includes behind the scenes personnel and the lesser known actors who have passed away in the last year.

Adam Klugman has also spoken out about the extended memorial service for the late Glee star, Cory Monteith, who tragically died earlier this summer from alcohol and heroin poisoning.

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The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' held at Barker Hanger - Arrivals

Jack Klugman Sunday 8th June 2008 The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' held at Barker Hanger - Arrivals Santa Monica, California

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The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' held at Barker Hanger - Arrivals

Jack Klugman and Garry Marshall - Jack Klugman and Garry Marshall Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' held at Barker Hanger - Arrivals Sunday 8th June 2008

The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger

Jack Klugman and Peggy Crosby - Peggy Crosby and Jack Klugman Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Sunday 8th June 2008

The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger

Jack Klugman Sunday 8th June 2008 The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Santa Monica, California

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The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger

Garry Marshall, Peggy Crosby and Jack Klugman - Garry Marshall, Peggy Crosby and Jack Klugman Santa Monica, California - The 6th Annual 'TV Land Awards' - Arrivals held at Barker Hanger Sunday 8th June 2008

12 Angry Men Review


Essential
Who would have thought that a movie which almost entirely takes place in one room, consists of 12 men who do nothing but talk -- and who don't even have names -- would be such a searing experience? 12 Angry Men is a classic, and an undisputed one at that, a film that is as inspiring as it is well-crafted behind the scenes.

The story is a simple one: 12 jurors are asked to decide the fate of a young man who is accused of killing his father. If guilty, he will be sentenced to the electric chair. Otherwise he goes free. The evidence is overwhelmingly against him: Two eyewitnesses, a murder weapon known to be bought by the killer, and an alibi that he couldn't remember during questioning. Open and shut, but one juror stands alone against the other 11, who'd like to get home in time for dinner. And with that single "not guilty" vote, Henry Fonda's Juror #8 sets off the titular anger.

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Goodbye, Columbus Review


Excellent
There have been more than a few movies made about young adults at an impasse: The Graduate, Walking and Talking, and The Brothers McMullen quickly come to mind. Nobody ever talks about the underrated Goodbye, Columbus, but they should.

Based on Philip Roth's acclaimed novella, Columbus stars Richard Benjamin as Neal Klugman, a young Jewish slacker from the Bronx who is no particular hurry to become an adult. He appears headed toward a summer of idling his hours at his library job, until he meets pretty, patrician Brenda Potemkin (Ali MacGraw) at a posh upstate New York swim club. Almost on a whim, he asks her out. She accepts. What begins out of sociological curiosity quickly becomes a relationship, much to her parents' (Jack Klugman and Nan Martin) silver spoon chagrin.

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