Film & TV Industry

Why Couldn’t the Producers of M*A*S*H Sue Wayne Rogers?

Even after decades, MASH continues to be one of the best sitcoms of all time. But even they remain the gold standard in TV history. They still had some drama behind the scenes. Wayne Rogers left MASH after three seasons, and the producers were not happy about it. The producers of the show tried to …

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Actress Jan Stirling had airfare to fly to the US but found lingerie she liked, used the last of her money to buy it, trading in the airfare for a ticket on a steamship. Midway thru the voyage she learned that the airship she had been booked on, the Hindenburg, had been destroyed in a fire.

Jan Sterling Jan Sterling (born Jane Sterling Adriance; April 3, 1921 – March 26, 2004) was an American film, television and stage actress. At her most active in films during the 1950s (immediately prior to which she had joined the Actors Studio), Sterling received a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance …

Actress Jan Stirling had airfare to fly to the US but found lingerie she liked, used the last of her money to buy it, trading in the airfare for a ticket on a steamship. Midway thru the voyage she learned that the airship she had been booked on, the Hindenburg, had been destroyed in a fire. Read More »

The people staying at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station over the winter have an annual tradition of watching “The Thing from Another World (1951)”, “The Thing (1982)”, and “The Thing (2011)” back-to-back after the last plane leaves for the season.

Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station This article is about the United States Antarctic base. For the New Zealand Antarctic base, see Scott Base. The Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station is the United States scientific research station at the South Pole of the Earth. It is the southernmost point under the jurisdiction (not sovereignty) of the United States. …

The people staying at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station over the winter have an annual tradition of watching “The Thing from Another World (1951)”, “The Thing (1982)”, and “The Thing (2011)” back-to-back after the last plane leaves for the season. Read More »