While performing with his father’s act, “Borscht Capades” at the Roosevelt Theatre in Florida, actor, singer, comedian Joel Grey was first noticed by Eddie Cantor. Cantor invited Grey, 19 years old, to perform with him on The Colgate Comedy Hour as a new upcoming talent. Grey appeared on April 1, 1951, his first classic television appearance.
No matter how well we think we know classic movie actors and the roles they play, the hardest thing to remember is the actual name of the character in the movie. We often stop seeing Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch. He is just Gregory Peck. Try as you might, sometimes you just can’t pair the actor and the character name. Without your mobile phone, it would bug you all night. Can you pair the actor with the character they made famous below?
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From the 1957 Classic TV special, “The Edsel Show,” Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra try to sing the theme song from the 1942 Crosby and Hope motion picture, “The Road to Morocco.” Sinatra and Crosby are interrupted by the show’s special guest, Bob Hope, who joins the two.
Classic TV sitcoms can be seen endlessly on reruns. Hunt down the titles of famous TV sitcoms in this free Word Search puzzle from Past Entertainment.
The comic book heroes born in the Golden Age of Comics endure today. Can you locate their names in this free Word Search Puzzle from Past Entertainment?
The stars of the classic movies were known for their off-screen romances. Find these silver screen stars in this word search puzzle from Past Entertainment.