Don Knotts

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World: A Race to Madness

In today’s guest post, Jim Brymer shares his thoughts on the 1963 comedy classic It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Stanley Kramer was a well-known director in his day, one who specialized in “message” films — meaning that there…

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Guest Review: The Reluctant Astronaut

“Boldly going where no coward has gone before!” Buck Fleming’s boy is an astronaut. He’s the pride of his father, mother, sweetheart, and the entire town of Sweetwater, Missouri. “A credit to his town, to the nation, and now the…

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Learn About Some of TV’s Greatest Sitcoms with These Fascinating Books

Sitcoms are more than mere entertainment, they offer an escape — even if just for a little bit — of the problems of daily life, allowing us to laugh and forget our troubles. The situation comedy has been a staple…

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How Many Of These Recent Releases Have You Seen?

Life is nothing if not busy. The rat race has been running for centuries and it shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. So while you balance your work, family, and relationship responsibilities, we hope that you are finding…

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