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Old 03-11-2009, 05:53 PM   #16
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On the 1950's TV show Supermanthe voice over was done by B movie actor Bill Kennedy. Later Bill Kennedy moved to Detroit where from the mid 60's to 1983 he hosted the local Bill Kennedy at the Movies, where he showed old films and dished out various movie facts in between.
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Ann Rutherford is still alive.
Yeah, so's Bonnie Blue, but would you really call them the stars of the movie?
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The Bee Gees' first public performance occurred in late December 1957 (estimated to be 28th December 1957) at the Gaumont cinema when they were children living in Manchester. Barry was 11 and Robin and Maurice had turned 8 on 22nd December. They had intended to mime to the album (it has been guessed that the album may have been the Everly Brothers' Wake Up Little Susie) but on the way to the cinema Maurice dropped it and it broke so they had to sing for real.
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Most people have no idea what their own voice sounds like.
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Ann Rutherford received fifth billing and was credited so yes, She qualifies as being one of the stars. Phyllis Douglas, no because she was uncredited.
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Ann Rutherford received fifth billing and was credited so yes, She qualifies as being one of the stars.
I stand corrected
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Valerie Bertinelli auditioned for the role of Brenda Walsh, but was not picked. This is only an interesting fact for me because Valerie Bertinelli and Shannen Doherty are my two all time favorite actresses.
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The human eye blinks an average of 4,200,000 times a year.

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