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Arnold Stang Signed Framed 11x14 Photo Set forth Voice of Top Cat

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Arnold Stang Signed Framed 11x14 Photo Display Voice of Top Cat



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Great promotional still, suitable for framing. Jackie Gleason and Arnold Stang spy from behind a tree Slight wear on edges




It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Planet (dvd)

It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Planet (dvd)

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Marvin Kaplan Dies: 'Alice' & 'Top Cat' Actor Was 89 08/25/16, via Deadline

UPDATE Friday, 4:50 PM: SAG-AFTRA released a utterance this afternoon paying tribute to Kaplan. “Marvin was one of the most recognizable character actors of his generation, and he was a proud union activist and commandant. We are forever grateful for the

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JoAnne Stang, 91, an beforehand master of the celebrity profile 09/25/17, via The Boston Globe

A adept of the celebrity profile in an age before such writing spawned a sprawling industry, Mrs. Stang was equally perceptive about actors who were beginning their careers. She wrote the first loose-fitting Times profile featuring Barbra Streisand, which was

Origin 1956 SKIT - MILTON BERLE & ARNOLD STANG (CHUNKY CANDY COMMERCIALS & T.C. FROM TOP CAT)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CeoJZTOINM

Arnold Stang was a proportional on Milton Berle's TV shows. Arnold was the voice over artist on the Chunky candy commercials.

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Arnold Stang

2010

ISBN 6133809388,9786133809383
88 pages

Opt note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Arnold Stang (September 28, 1918 December 20, 2009) was an American facetious actor who played a small and bespectacled, yet brash and knowing big-city type. Stang once claimed he got his break in radio by sending a postcard to a New York garrison requesting an audition, was accepted, and then bought his own ticket to New York from Chelsea, Massachusetts with the money set aside for his mother's anniversary favour. True or not, Stang worked on New York-based network radio shows as a boy, appearing on children's programs such as The Horn and Hardart Hour and Let's Feign. By 1940, he had graduated to teenaged roles, appearing on The Goldbergs. Director Don Bernard...


40 Years Of 'Pumping Iron,' The Picture That Turned Male Vanity Into Art - UPROXX

Pumping Iron , was released on January 18th, 1977, but the smokescreen’s influence can still be felt 40 years later. Most movies come out, and they either hit or they don’t, and then they age, and they either catch on as cult phenomena or they don’t. Pumping Iron , for the moment, belongs to that tiny segment of movies whose cultural influence doesn’t just hit and recede, but actually seems to wax and wane throughout dissimilar periods, its importance rising and falling like a stock. It belongs to that category of movies that, actually, kind of changed the elated in some small way. Directed by George Butler and Robert Fiore, partly based on a book written by Butler and Charles Gaines, Pumping Iron essentially did for bodybuilding what The Unremitting Summer did for surfing. Pumping Iron sold the same California beach culture Endless Summe r was selling, but in a way that was actually recreatable in, say, Omaha. If The Continual Summer was a Beach Boys surf song, Pumping Iron was a Beach Boys car song (and yes, the people in Endless Summer would very likely kill me for comparing them to noted non-surfers the Beach Boys). Documenting Arnold Schwarzenegger’s search for his sixth straight Mr. Olympia name at the 1975 Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympia competitions in Pretoria, South Africa (at the height of apartheid, a time when South Africa was desperately demanding to... Bodybuilding existed before, sure, but only in a fringe way. For evidence, see Arnold’s winning purse that year: $3,000. That Pumping Iron was inoculation in 1975 and not released for another two years should testify to how esoteric the larger public considered it. “We shot a test film and I screened it in New... The potent view was that it was purely homosexual, that bodybuilders were totally uncoordinated, and that when they grew older that their muscles would turn to fat and that they had no intelligence whatsoever. Charles Gaines [Butler’s co-writer of Pumping Iron the book] said that it was like trying to promote midget wrestling. It was so tawdry… everyone we knew was laughing at us. ”. This tawdriness undoubtedly extended to bodybuilding’s chief proponent at the time, a magazine and supplement magnate named Joe Weider, the guy who originally brought Schwarzenegger to the U.... […] You go to Arnold’s parties, you see girls with big breasts. Arnold Schwarzenegger, then one of a mischief-maker of “professional” bodybuilders without a regular day job, was even then the most famous bodybuilder of all time, which probably didn’t mean much to non-bodybuilders. He’d starred in only one big, Hercules In New York (aka Hercules Goes Bananas ), seven years earlier (in which his thick accent was entirely redubbed and he was credited as “Arnold Stang”). He then had a ungenerous, memorable part in Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye and, after the events of Pumping Iron but before its release, a significant role in Stay Thirsting , a Bob Rafelson film set in the bodybuilding world and co-written by Gaines. Yet to hear Butler tell it , Schwarzenegger’s name actually dilapidated the movie:. “When I was trying to get Pumping Iron going I was very short on money so I went to this lab in New York and I had just come back from shooting the primary part of the film and I asked them if they’d give me some credit, which is the kind of thing... So I went in with my hat in my hand and asked him if he would give me $15,000 worth of trust. He said, ‘Tell me what you’re doing,’ and I said, ‘Well I’m making a movie about bodybuilding.

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Collecting a year of America's endure great comic strip. Zippy the Pinhead is a pop culture icon. The surrealist-leaning character is one of the most recognizable figures on the newspaper pages, seen by tens of millions of people a day. Syndicated by Majesty Features since 1986, Zippy is read in hundreds of daily newspapers across the country, while the Pinhead's trademark non-sequitur, Are we having fun yet? has ripen into so often repeated it's in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations. His likeness has been grafittied on the Berlin Wall and aped for Saturday Night Viable's classic Conehead sketches. In this new Zippy collection, Zippy visits his doppelganger atop the Leaning Tower of Pizza, talks Republicanism with several symbolic elephants, imagines he's in a Envoy Dawg cartoon and deconstructs King Kong-and that's just between breakfast and lunch. He also meets Arnold Stang (the voice of Top Cat), stars in a 1940s Film Noir, hitchhikes to Los Angeles to break out in into the television industry (with his mini-series adaptation of Allen Ginsburg's Howl) and worships at the World's Largest Laundromat just casing Chicago. Connecting the Polka Dots will be published in a unique, almost square format. Prepare yourself for another guided tour into the stomach of weirdness!

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  1. Arnold Stang | Behind The Option Actors Images and sounds of the characters Arnold Stang has played in spokesperson over roles in cartoons, TV, movies, video games and more.
  2. Arnold Schwarzenegger - Slik trente Arnold | Treningstips Arnold Schwarzenegger kan vel kalles mister bodybuilding.Her får du en innblikk i treningsopplegget hans.
  3. Arnold Stang - Biography - IMDb A show-stopping funny for decades, the inimitable Arnold Stang, with the trademark Runyonesque voice and thick, black glasses, started out famously ...
Unchecked Sinatra, Kim Novak, "The Man with the Golden Arm," 1955
Unchecked Sinatra, Kim Novak, "The Man with the Golden Arm," 1955
Condensation, from IMDb: A strung-out junkie deals with a demoralizing drug addiction while his crippled wife and card sharks pull him down. At the then of its release in 1955, the gripping, gritty drama "The Man with the Golden Arm" was extremely controversial because of its exploration of heroin addiction. The film was directed and produced by fabulous Otto Preminger. Film cast members included Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 - May 14, 1998), Eleanor Parker (June 26, 1922 - December 9, 2013), Kim Novak (b. February 13, 1933), Arnold Stang (September 28, 1918 - December 20, 2009), Darren McGavin (May 7, 1922 - February 25, 2006), and Robert Strauss (November 8, 1913 - February 20, 1975). West seaboard jazz musician and arranger Shorty Rogers (April 14, 1924 - November 7, 1994) and his band performed the film's jazz soundtrack, and Rogers had a under age role in the film as a bandleader; drummer Shelly Manne and others in the group also briefly appeared and played in the film....
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Honest Sinatra, Kim Novak, "The Man with the Golden Arm," 1955
Honest Sinatra, Kim Novak, "The Man with the Golden Arm," 1955
Pr, from IMDb: A strung-out junkie deals with a demoralizing drug addiction while his crippled wife and card sharks pull him down. At the term of its release in 1955, the gripping, gritty drama "The Man with the Golden Arm" was extremely controversial because of its exploration of heroin addiction. The take was directed and produced by legendary Otto Preminger. Film cast members included Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915 - May 14, 1998), Eleanor Parker (June 26, 1922 - December 9, 2013), Kim Novak (b. February 13, 1933), Arnold Stang (September 28, 1918 - December 20, 2009), Darren McGavin (May 7, 1922 - February 25, 2006), and Robert Strauss (November 8, 1913 - February 20, 1975). West shore jazz musician and arranger Shorty Rogers (April 14, 1924 - November 7, 1994) and his band performed the film's jazz soundtrack, and Rogers had a elfin role in the film as a bandleader; drummer Shelly Manne and others in the group also briefly appeared and played in the film....
Photo by classic_film on Flickr
Who Killed Arnold Stang?
Who Killed Arnold Stang?
It was that risqu cat.
Photo by CalamityJon on Flickr
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