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The 55th anniversary party of premier birdal store Madame Paulette

Tina Louise - The 55th anniversary of premier birdal store Madame Paulette, and owner John Mahdessian's birthday party - New York City, New York, United States - Tuesday 5th August 2014

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Russell Johnson Dies: Remembering The Professor Of 'Gilligan's Island'


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Russell Johnson, the actor who played Professor Roy Hinkley in the 60s sitcom Gilligan's Island, sadly passed away last night (16th Jan.) as a result of reported kidney failure. The actor died peacefully at his Washington state home, confirms his agent, Mike Eisenstadt, via the AP.


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Tina Louise - Tina Louise wearing Anna Sui New York City, USA - at the 2011 Broadway Beacon Awards held at The Players Club - Inside Arrivals Thursday 23rd June 2011

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Tina Louise Sunday 29th May 2011 Hamptons Magazine Celebrates Chelsea Handler at Annual Memorial Day Kick-Off Party, at the Southampton Social Club - Arrivals Southampton, New York

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Tina Louise - Caprice Crane and her mom Tina Louise New York City, USA - Opening night after party for the Off-Broadway production of 'The Break of Noon' held at 49 Grove restaurant - Arrivals Monday 22nd November 2010

The Good Guys and the Bad Guys Review


Terrible
Burt Kennedy's The Good Guys and the Bad Guys is the kind of western that's so tired and old that it has to rely on a phony jokiness to get through the clich├ęs. Around 1969, there were a lot of those westerns to go around -- True Grit, There Was a Crooked Man, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The War Wagon, and Kennedy's own Support Your Local Sheriff, which looks as if it were shot on the same cheap and generic western set as The Good Guys and the Bad Guys. Some of these westerns were elevated from their Cat Ballou foundation by actually not being westerns at all but, instead, interesting character studies (True Grit, Butch Cassidy) or more comedies than westerns (Support Your Local Sheriff).

But others just languished between the two extremes being neither one nor the other, in the end being nothing at all. Into this classification falls The Good Guys and the Bad Guys, a meaningless and harmless bit of flatulence that caused barely a ripple of interest in 1969, when critical sniffers where inhaling deeply of Peckinpah's The Wild Bunch.

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Tina Louise Tuesday 10th March 2009 'Anthology Film Archives: Looking Forward' exhibition opening at the Maya Stendhal Gallery New York City, USA

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The Stepford Wives (1975) Review


Weak
This oft-referenced tale of suburban wives who suddenly lose their vibrant individualism and become "perfect housewives" may earn points for becoming a piece of Americana, but it's hardly excellent filmmaking. Little more than a knockoff of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Stepford Wives makes one tragic mistake: The women in town actually seem more interesting after their transformation than before it, when they come across as whiny and petulant, and little else.
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