Actor, Larry Hagman, was born Larry Martin Hagman on Sep 21, 1931 in Fort Worth, TX. Hagman died at the age of 81 on Nov 23, 2012 in Dallas, TX .
HONORS and AWARDS:.
He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.
All in the Family: and Mary MartinBy Annmarie Gatti on Sep 21, 2015 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Mother and Son, “Maria Von Trapp” and “Major Anthony Nelson”…? The legendary Mary Martin, famous for originating the roles of Maria Von Trapp, Nellie Forbush and Peter Pan on Broadway, is mother of Classic TV star, known for his television roles as the lova... Read full article
Beware! The Blog (1972, )By Andrew Wickliffe on Mar 9, 2014 From The Stop Button
Could Beware! The Blob be less competent? Possibly not. Screenwriters Jack Woods and Anthony Harris approach Beware! like a spoof. It’s a comedic early seventies handling, complete with hippy jokes, racism, some cracks at small businessmen, pot, Eastern Europeans… Woods and Harris cover ... Read full article
In Memory: . (September 21, 1931 – November 23, 2012).By Dawn Sample on Nov 24, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks
, 81, is best known for his beloved villain character J.R. Ewing on the television show Dallas, died at Medical City Dallas Hospital, November 23, 2012. According to his family, the cause of death was complications from his battle with throat cancer. Larry’s family and closest frie... Read full article
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Buck: [nervously] I guess I have a talent for languages, sir. I hear a language once I pick it right up. I don't even know how. They found out about it in the Army.
The President: You sound sorry they did.
Buck: No, sir. It's a very interesting job.
Buck: That is, most of the time.
The President: Well, you did a good job today, Buck.
Buck: Thank you, sir. All I did was repeat what he said.
The President: You didn't freeze up. Another man might have.
Buck: You're the one who didn't, sir.
The President: I wonder what it's like outside? Looked like rain before.
Buck: The radio said it would clear by the afternoon.
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