'Give Me A Klue' by Kluet the Orangutan at the Adelaide Zoo – YouTube
In other fake news president elect Donald J. Trump has just announced the following appointments:
Dog The Bounty Hunter will head up the US Border Patrol.
Chris Christie will head up the Department of Weights and Measures.
And finally the CEO of The Home Shopping Network will head up the Department of Consumer Affairs.
Don’t Know What To Watch This Weekend Try This:
Rod Serling's Patterns – (1955)
A famous teleplay starring Ed Begley, Everett Sloane and Richard Kiley (who used to live in Warwick, NY btw). Elizabeth Montgomery has a bit part. It aired live on January 12, 1955. The New York Times critic Jack Gould, hailed it as a breakthrough and suggested a second showing. On February 9, NBC again broadcast the play live with the same cast. This was the first time and perhaps the only time in history that a performance was repeated live on American television. This kine-scope is from the first broadcast because the second broadcast did not have commercials.
Directed by Fielder Cook, the intense big-business drama starred Richard Kiley as up-and-coming vice-president Fred Staples. Ruthless corporate boss Walter Ramsey (Everett Sloane) attempts to edge out aging employee Andy Sloane (Ed Begley) to make room for newcomer Staples. Ramsey uses every opportunity to humiliate the fragile Sloane, while Staples sees Sloane as a professional who makes valuable contributions to the firm.
Serling's celebrated script tore apart the dynamics of the business world and earned Serling his first of his six Emmys for dramatic writing.
Here’s The Film Version (Wiki Info)
Jump To 52:42 For Great Scene With Ed Begley and Van Heflin
And Now For Something A Little Lighter (I Think):
Steve Adubato talks with Frank DiMatteo, author of “The President Street Boys: Growing Up Mafia,” to discuss his book and what it was really like to grow up in the mob.
Merry Christmas Everybody!
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