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The 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico was no accident! It was a diversion whereupon Victoria, the pregnant alien from Antares journeyed to Canada assisted by Navajo Indians who were close friends to a Captain in the Royal Canadian Mounties. Her son, Ontario Rose, was born on his ranch. The Captain raises the extra-terrestrial genius while Ontario's real father is an elderly planetary forefather. Their homespun adventure
with a touch of humor unfolds the story of alien inhabitation of earth today.
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Every day, unless it rains, Richard C. Burriesci walks the streets of Church Hill looking for Steven Spielberg. Burriesci, 57, wears a pinstriped suit. He carries an attache case. Inside it is a copy of his screenplay, “Ontario Rose.” It’s a touching story about an extraterrestrial boy raised by Navajo Indians and Canadian Mounties. It includes a scene in which Elvis Presley’s famous snarl is revealed to be caused by an alien woman’s tender kiss. It is, Burriesci believes, right up Spielberg’s alley. He just needs 53 seconds to prove it. Burriesci and his then-girlfriend, Victoria Janyia Dillard, began writing “Ontario Rose” almost 10 years ago. “We ate, slept and dreamed about it all the time,” Dillard says. Once they completed the screenplay in 2004, they sent it to several Hollywood agents, directors and actors, who responded with the standard refusals. (Spielberg was the only one who didn’t write back.) Who knows what could happen now? Dillard tells Burriesci: “Keep your suit on, keep your suit on.” So he does. And he hopes. He hasn’t visited the sets at the State Capitol or Empire Theatre, where Spielberg was filming last week. “I don’t want to be intrusive or obnoxious,” he says. Instead he’s relying on fate — and the sign in his East Clay Street front yard, which in graceful calligraphy says, “Welcome Steven Spielberg!” If he gets to make his 53-second pitch, and if the director’s intrigued, Burriesci has prepared his next line: “Our golden script is ready for the silver screen.” He’ll reach into his attache case and pull out a copy of “Ontario Rose.” He’ll hand it to Spielberg, and thank him. Then Burriesci will pull a cigar from his suit pocket and light it. He doesn’t smoke. But, he says, it would be a special occasion. And if the director says no? That’s OK too. “If it’s not Steven Spielberg today, it might be Francis Ford Coppola two years from now.”
Every day, unless it rains, Richard C. Burriesci walks the streets of Church Hill looking for Steven Spielberg. Burriesci, 57, wears a pinstriped suit. He carries an attache case. Inside it is a copy of his screenplay, “Ontario Rose.”
It’s a touching story about an extraterrestrial boy raised by Navajo Indians and Canadian Mounties. It includes a scene in which Elvis Presley’s famous snarl is revealed to be caused by an alien woman’s tender kiss. It is, Burriesci believes, right up Spielberg’s alley. He just needs 53 seconds to prove it.
Burriesci and his then-girlfriend, Victoria Janyia Dillard, began writing “Ontario Rose” almost 10 years ago. “We ate, slept and dreamed about it all the time,” Dillard says. Once they completed the screenplay in 2004, they sent it to several Hollywood agents, directors and actors, who responded with the standard refusals. (Spielberg was the only one who didn’t write back.)
Who knows what could happen now? Dillard tells Burriesci: “Keep your suit on, keep your suit on.” So he does. And he hopes. He hasn’t visited the sets at the State Capitol or Empire Theatre, where Spielberg was filming last week. “I don’t want to be intrusive or obnoxious,” he says.
Instead he’s relying on fate — and the sign in his East Clay Street front yard, which in graceful calligraphy says, “Welcome Steven Spielberg!”
If he gets to make his 53-second pitch, and if the director’s intrigued, Burriesci has prepared his next line: “Our golden script is ready for the silver screen.”
He’ll reach into his attache case and pull out a copy of “Ontario Rose.” He’ll hand it to Spielberg, and thank him. Then Burriesci will pull a cigar from his suit pocket and light it. He doesn’t smoke. But, he says, it would be a special occasion.
And if the director says no? That’s OK too. “If it’s not Steven Spielberg today, it might be Francis Ford Coppola two years from now.”
EATING ON THE RAILS
THIS ASIAN CUTIE ON THE IRT #7 FLUSHING LINE TO TIMES SQUARE GIVES NEW MEANING TO MTA'S ALTERNATIVE TO AMTRAK'S DINING CAR
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTIES
Dear Friends Yes! I use this as one of my satellite offices DAILY because of its central location in the heart of Manhattan just one block south of Central Park on Fifth Avenue at 57th Street. It has FREE wi-fi and it is open to the public seven days a week from 8:00 am until 10:00 pm. I sit on the level of the Starbucks Cafe where there are comfortable lounge chairs, tables and chairs. I have access to electrical outlet and the bathrooms are clean and nice. The same floor as the restrooms is a restaurant, snack bar, deli bar and an ice cream parlor $4.00 one scoop $6.00 two scoops and $7.00 for a triple decker. Plenty of tables and chairs in the mezzanine to hear sometimes a live concert. All this us for FREE compliments of Mr. Donald J. Trump the unofficial Mayor of NYC and he lives upstairs in the Penthouse which is all gold guilded. I mention this to my out of town friends especially because it's worth making this part of your visit to the Big Apple! Some of my New York friends did not know about this either. So out of towners especially should start their New York trek and experience here at YOUR Trump Tower headquarters. Did I mention the waterfalls and outdoor Gardens with a NYC vista?
MY TRUMP TOWER OFFICE IS YOUR TRUMP TOWER OFFICE BECAUSE OF THE DONALD
A BIT OF BROADWAY ON Q32 BUS!
I boarded the Woodside Q32 Bus to NYC at Trump Tower and it was crowded to capacity. I yelled out "Mr. Bus Driver please turn on the AC!" The sound of the compressor drew cheers. At Queens Plaza half the bus emptied for those who opted the Subway to Manhattan at this juction. Now halfway across the Queensboro/59th Street Bridge the Intercom comes on and the bus driver MATTHEW BELLAS announces it's springtime in Manhattan and the weatherman says it's going to be a hot and sunny day. If God did not witness this you would not believe me what I will tell you next! In a most splendid voice Mr. Bellas belts out on the intercom microphone singing "Oh What A Beautiful Morning!" of which was met by bravos, claps and a standing ovation from a usually grumpy crowd who had not had their first cup of coffee! Now in my lucky producer sweater I approach him and tell him that he won't last long enough with the bus company to retire because someone in the position to discover him certainly not me will snatch him and his talents. However I would like to put him on The Lincoln Studio on the World Wide Web. To which he popped out his calling card inviting me to visit his website: http://www.matthewfbellas.com and that he does have a trained voice. I told him I croon the old time greats now singing in the cemetery for God. Without hesitation I crooned "That's Amore!" to which he sang harmony and encored with "When You're Smiling!" again singing duet harmony. We concluded with "Give My Regards to Broadway!" each taking one line solo as we approached the real Broadway in Manhattan. All the while YES! an elderly couple, a young couple in their early twenties and a middle age woman doing her best to tap dance. There were more bravos and I told Matthew never to stop singing on his bus because he literally changes a dim outlook on a sour New Yorker's face and perhaps indirectly puts a positive twist on hundreds of city slickers each day he encounters and whom they meet in their "Happy Trails".
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THE EZEKIEL AWARD RECOGNIZING THE IMMORTAL TALENTS IN TELEVISION and FILM PRODUCTION
nicknamed "Ezekiel" The spiritual eagle who drops a rose from the sky into the hands of Victoria, the pregnant extraterrestrial from Antares in the Screenplay ONTARIO ROSE.
AN OPEN PROPOSAL
The Lincoln Studio honors the full scope of contributions from Thespians and Entertainment Artists in Television and Cinema History. However, this is a proposal to a major network and/or Executive Producer such as Mr. Donald J. Trump, et al to underscore or undertake as their own project which can be a segway in harnassing all aspects of the Film Industry.
THE EZEKIEL AWARD RECOGNIZING THE IMMORTAL TALENTS IN TELEVISION and FILM PRODUCTION
GONE WITH THE WIND (1939)
WHY WE LOVE THE ENGLISH!
AMERICAN HOOTSPAH: WHY WE LOVE THE JEWISH JEWELS!
THE SOARING EAGLE WOULD BE GOLD PLATED
THE MOVIE CLAPBOARD WOULD BE SOLID SILVER WITH OUR MISSION STATEMENT INSCRIBED. THE EAGLE WOULD CLUTCH THE CLAPBOARD
THE GREEK THEATRE HAD ITS ORIGIN IN 700 B.C.
TOP 40 MOST BEAUTIFUL ACTRESSES PRE 1960
THE ART OF MUSIC & DANCE
MICKEY ROONEY DANCES THE JITTERBUG WITH A VERY TALL LADY
DICK CLARK AT THE HOP WITH AKWARD DANCERS
MICKEY ROONEY TALKS ABOUT JUDY GARLAND
FRANK GORSHIN ON THE DEAN MARTIN SHOW
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NEW YORK CITY REALLY IS FOR THE BIRDS!
BEST ITALIAN CONCERT
LIZA MINNELLI ATTENDING THE FUNERAL OF MARVIN HAMLISCH AT TEMPLE EMANU-EL IN NYC
Okay let's tame the Guilt Monster when we go out to eat! Mom ain't in the mood today to slave over her kitchen oven especially when it's 103 degrees outside when the burgers are plopping, the AC is churning and the potatoes are frying at America's favorite Uncle Faster! Dr. Zorba said America was getting too fat and our cholesterol was so thick that many of our veins looked like Brie Cheese. Well "Uncle Faster" had a solution for that; the other major chains stopped using the greasy lard that gave Mr. Potato Head the zest our taste buds crave for in favor of soy bean oil. Granted the latter was healthier but so were many Americans only because after two weeks of tasteless cardboard they have ditched the spuds completely! Carl Sagan would have enjoyed saying that sales dropped by the billions. Perhaps some jobs were lost as well. I think Uncle Faster fired the soy beans and opted for winning a popularity contest.
Now, is it just me that looks at a 500 pound man or woman going out to these places with their friends or work buddies to ENJOY a nice lunch together and while everyone else is chugging down triple Big Macs, Whoppers or whatever and cheesy French fries with four apple pies the big guy or gal orders a small side salad insisting they're on a diet. So is it just me that's thinking who are they kidding? At the midnight hour when all are fast asleep and THEY too, are sleepwalking; they are in fact consuming the leftovers in their refrigerators and maybe even the pantries of their neighbors as well?
Now to the inspiration of writing this article, I tried for the first time SWEET POTATO FRIES a vegetable best served baked in an oven perhaps adorned with butter and cinnamon to make it pass like dessert. For my taste I favor the autumn spud Thanksgiving style. Some dear friends of mine totally disagree with my taste (pun intended).
So fast food joints should continue to serve the public what it craves for: grease and MSG the Chinese know so well. They are known to eat an entirely different meal behind the curtains. Americans want their food to taste great and down deep they know if it is truly healthy for them then the food fares nothing better than dog food. Growing up in the metropolitan New York City area where frankfurter stands are plentiful, we put mustard and sauerkraut sometimes speckled with cooked red onions. When I moved to Richmond, Virginia in 1974 I was introduced to hot dogs with ketchup and raw onions. That took some time getting used to and just shy of 40 years later I'm back to the land where they serve the beef sausage the right way. But it was here in New York City I was introduced to sweet potatoe fries and Starbucks replaced Chock Full of Nuts Coffee Shops and Nedick's Cafeterias. Everybody including the homeless people have iPhones. They all eat healthy enough to reward themselves with a dozen at Dunkin Donuts on every block!
IT MAY BE BETTER FOR YOU BUT .... PUT IT FILE 13!
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The average life expectancy for men was 47 years.
Fuel for this car was sold in drug stores only.
Only 14 percent of the homes had a bathtub.
Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone.
There were only 8,000 cars and only 144 miles of paved roads.
The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph.
The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower!
The average US wage in 1910 was 22 cents per hour.
The average US worker made between $200 and $400 per year.
A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000 per year, a dentist $2,500 per year, a veterinarian between $1,500 and $4,000 per year, and a mechanical engineer about $5,000 per year.
More than 95 percent of all births took place at HOME.
Ninety percent of all Doctors had NO COLLEGE EDUCATION!
Instead, they attended so-called medical schools, many of which were condemned in the press AND the government as 'substandard.'
Sugar cost four cents a pound.
Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen.
Coffee was fifteen cents a pound.
Most women only washed their hair once a month, and used Borax or egg yolks for shampoo.
Canada passed a law that prohibited poor people from entering into their country for any reason.
The five leading causes of death were:
1.. Pneumonia and influenza
4.. Heart disease
The American flag had 45 stars.
The population of Las Vegas Nevada was only 30!
Crossword puzzles, canned beer, and iced tea hadn't been invented yet.
There was no Mother's Day or Father's Day.
Two out of every 10 adults couldn't read or write and only 6 percent of all Americans had graduated from high school.
Eighteen percent of households had at least one full-time servant or domestic help.
There were about 230 reported murders in the ENTIRE U.S.A.!
LIFE IN THE U.S.A JUST 100 YEARS AGO!
I wanted to take this opportunity to formally thank you for leading the screenwriting workshop for New York City Department of Parks and Recreation personnel at the Central Park Arsenal. As you probably surmised yourself after the workshop, all participants thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and left with a much greater appreciation and understanding of the writing process.
As someone who composes written material frequently as part of my official duties at Parks, your keen insights and expertise will serve me well. I was also very entertained by your manner, and admire your enthusiasm. It was refreshing to hear a technical subject presented from the perspective of the cinematic arts. Though our goals are different, the tools you provided will be equally beneficial.
Many, many apologies for the delay in getting this to you. Please don't hesitate to call or write if you foresee any future possibilities for collaboration.
Happy New Year,
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CLICK THE PIG AND SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE TO VIEW THE DIALOGUE OF OUR PLAY WHICH IS A PARODY THAT HIGHLIGHTS THE LIFE OF JESUS CHRIST. THE KOSHER HAM IS A DIET FOR THE OPEN-MINDED
BY RICHARD CHRISTOPHER BURRIESCI and GARY GLENN GRUNAU
THE KOSHER HAM
BY RICHARD CHRISTOPHER BURRIESCI and GARY GLENN GRUNAU
WITH ALL DUE RESPECT ... JESUS IS THE KOSHER HAM.! HE WAS A PRACTICING ISRAELITE WHO OBSERVED THE HEBREW LAW BUT REMINDED US ALWAYS THE INTENT OF THE LAW INCLUDING THE SABBATH. IN SOME WAYS, JESUS WAS NOT KOSHER BUT COULD AND OFTEN DID MAKE SWINE CLEAN THROUGH UNDERSTANDING WHAT IS TRULY CLEAN AND ACCEPTABLE TO GOD.
THE TRUE "MR. NEW YORK CITY" ED KOCH NOW BELONGS TO THE AGES!
Mr. Mayor Edward Irving Koch (1924-2013) has died at four score and eight leaving behind his legacy ... His fierce loyalty and love to the city that bore him. In the annals of New York history he joins his mentor Fiorello LaGuardia as one of the greatest Mayors Gotham City ever had which always has been a Mecca of diversity and integrated cultures. On his grave he had inscribed, "My father was Jewish, my mother was Jewish and I am Jewish" implying the chutzpah and overcoming any discriminatory bias against any race or culture. He was above all an American in the truest sense that fights and dies for freedom and civil rights for all human beings. He was brazen, bold and bald who wore no toupee. What you see is what you get which is why a very young Republican such as I crossed party lines and voted for him. My mother voted for him because she thought he was cute looking like the cartoon character Elmer Fudd the underdog to Bugs Bunny. Ironically, Mr. Mayor Ed Koch made it his business to fiercely fight for the underdogs in his beloved city. It would not surprise me if I found out that Mr. NYC would refuse to own a Ford automobile simply because President Gerald Ford told New York City to go to hell! Well, Mr. Mayor I too love the city that bore me so I will miss ya!
BY RICHIE BURRIESCI
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GABRIEL the Archangel
MARY mother of Jesus
KOPERNIKUS the Narrator
RAPHAEL the Temple Priest
JESUS (YESHUA BAR-YOSEF)
AURELIUS the Chief Centaurian
JOSEPH OF ARIMATHEA
MALCHUS Captain Centaurian
EL DIABLO (Lou/Satan)
SIMON PETER (Rocky)
JOHN THE BELOVED
WGA REGISTRATION # R29737 (8/29/2012)
CAST OF CHARACTERS in order of appearance
The Kosher Ham
is a diet for the open-minded
01) DARRIN YORK
02) RALPH GLEASON
03) GEORGE ALEXANDER
04) JAMES SHATNER
05) BRUCE WEST
06) MAUREEN LOCKHART
07) ETHEL VANCE
08) MARGARET WYATT
09) VICTORIA STANWYCK
10) LAURA TYLER MOORE
11) MAXWELL ADAMS
12) CAROL HINES
13) MORGAN TUCKER
14) TEMPERANCE DESCHANEL
15) LUCAS CONNORS
16) MARYANN WELLS
17) AMOS BRENNAN
18) ELAINE HENNER
19) JOSEPH WEBB
20) DELLA HALE
Simply name the past or present TV show that starred these actors. Their first name is the character they played while their last name is their own:
Now really hone your memory by naming the star's name and their full character name and go over the top by naming the years their TV shows ran before syndication. Then have fun creating your own.
THE ANSWERS ARE ON THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE BY TV
ANSWERS TO TV MEMORY CLUSTERS QUIZ
Dick York (Darrin Stevens)
2) The Honeymooners
Jackie Gleason (Ralph Kramden)
1955-1956 (39 classic episodes)
Jason Alexander (George Costanza) 1989-1998
4) Star Trek
William Shatner (James T. Kirk) 1966-1969
Adam West (Bruce Wayne) 1966-1969
6) Lost In Space
June Lockhart (Maureen Robinson). 1965-1967
7) I Love Lucy
Vivian Vance (Ethel Mertz) 1953-1960
8) Father Knows Best
Jane Wyatt (Margaret Anderson) 1954-1966
9) The Big Valley
Barbara Stanwyck (Victoria Barkley) 1965-1972
10). The Dick Van Dyke Show
Mary Tyler Moore (Laura Petrie) 1961-1966
21) CHEYENNE WALKER
22) LISA GABOR
23) CHIP MORROW
24) ERICA LUCCI
25) ALEXANDER BETZ
26) MONICA DOWNEY
27) SAMUEL DANSON
28) MURPHY BERGEN
29) BENJAMIN GREENE
30) OLIVIA HARGITAY
11) Get Smart!
Don Adams ( Maxwell Smart) 1965-1970
12) Mr. Ed
Connie Hines. (Carol Post) 1961-1967
13) F Troop
Forrest Tucker (Morgan O'Rourke) 1965-1968
Emily Deschanel (Temperance Brennan) 1995-present
15) The Rifleman
Chuck Connors (Lucas McCain) 1957-1962
16) Gilligan's Island
Dawn Wells (Maryann Summers) 1965-1968
17) The Real McCoys
Walter Brennan (Amos McCoy) 1955-1961
Marilu Henner (Elaine Nardo) 1972-1984)
Jack Webb (Joe Friday) 1952-1969
20) Perry Mason
Barbara Hale (Della Street) 1956-1969 (then TV movies)
Clint Walker (Cheyenne Bodie) 1957-1961
22) Green Acres
Eva Gabor (Lisa Douglas) 1965-1970
Vic Morrow (Chip Saunders) 1962-1967
24) All My Children
Susan Lucci (Erica Kane) 1985-2010
25) The Donna Reed Show
Carl Betz (Alexander Stone) 1965-1972
26) Touched By An Angel
Roma Downey (Monica the Angel 1989-1996
Ted Danson (Sam Malone) 1986-1997
28) Murphy Brown
Candice Bergen (Murphy Brown) 1989-2000
Lorne Greene (Ben Cartwright) 1958-1974
30) Law and Order SVU
Mariska Hargitay (Olivia Benson) 1999-present
ED SULLIVAN was the host of THE TOAST OF THE TOWN when Elvis Presley first appeared on his show in 1956 before being renamed THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW
WHO IS THIS GUY?
He was the longtime host of this Sunday evening show when Elvis Presley made his TV debut in 1956 ...
1952 thru 1974
EDWARD LOUIS SULLIVAN
JOHNNY CARSON SINGS! WITH FRANK SINATRA, DEAN MARTIN & SAMMY DAVIS, JR.
One of nature's jewels that so many may never see.
The largest flower in the world was blooming in Blanco, Veracruz , Mexico.
Two meters (6 5/8 feet) high and weighing 75 kilos (165 1/3 lbs).
It has the peculiarity of blooming only during three days every 40 years.
TIMOTHY CARDINAL DOLAN WITH RICHIE BURRIESCI @ ST. PAUL'S R.C. CHURCH
Unlike other historical, fictional or reference books, about World War II, Memoirs of a Swedish War Nurse: From WW II Missions to Mother Teresa is an inspirational, historically factual, easy-to-read biography for readers around the world. It is a first-person account of the most cataclysmic event in our history as seen through the eyes of an idealistic, beautiful Swedish Red Cross nurse. Karin Wiking (pronounced Veeking) shared her compelling stories with Ms. Lois Lindstrom in their first book, Memoirs of a Swedish War Nurse: A Life of Adventure, A Journey to Spirituality that was published in 2002 and has practically sold-out, see www.amazon.com.
This month, Karin Wiking, age 92, agreed to republish their book as an e-book, with a new subtitle: Memoirs of a Swedish War Nurse: From WW II Misssions to Mother Teresa. And, she agreed to share her incredible historic photos taken during and after WW II and in India with Mother Teresa. Karin Wiking’s life story is remarkable and could only intrigue the world—from her missions to save children in Finland during the Russian bombings in 1942, to her efforts to save dying Russian POW’s in arctic Norway in 1945, to her efforts to rescue Jews from torture camps in Nazi Germany just as WW II ended, Karin Wiking also had associations and friendships with famous people such as:
*Mother Teresa (Ms. Wiking has been her key representative in Scandinavia since 1979);
*Axel Munthe (she was the walking companion of this best-selling author who served as the Swedish queen’s personal physician and one of the five people present who opened King Tut’s tomb in Egypt in 1921;
*Count Folke Bernadotte (Karin was one of only two nurses serving on two Swedish rescue missions organized by this Swedish count to save former German POW’s in Czechoslovakia).
*Ms. Wiking worked for the UN Rehabilitation and Relief Administration in Germany in 1946/47 and escorted 600 Polish Jewish refugees on a freight train back to Poland with just one other person;
*Ms. Wiking attended the last day of the Nuremberg Trials in Germany using a press pass given to her by an American friend and witnessed this historic trial first-hand;
*Ms. Wiking, along with 11 Americans, had a private meeting with Pope Pius XII when she was a Protestant;
*Ms. Wiking, age 92, today emails, writes and calls 78 sick and suffering people in 4 Scandinavian countries every week; She visits the sick and suffering in one of these countries: Finland, Norway, Denmark or Sweden, for a month each summer.
Lois Lindstrom’s articles have been published in the Washington Post, Washington Times, Richmond Times-Dispatch and South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She has served on U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representative staffs in Washington, DC.
Karin Wiking was awarded the High Cross Medal and Order by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome on Dec. 7, 2005. The medal is bestowed by the Pope annually to individuals who have performed outstanding services to the Catholic Church and the Papacy. Also, Karin Wiking was featured in a magazine piece in “Inside the Vatican” by Alberto Carosa in November 2003. And, Memoirs of a Swedish War Nurse, first received positive commentary in the Oct. 2002 issues of Swedish Catholic Magazine:”Lois Lindstrom and Karin Wiking wrote a contract and this amazing, captivating biography was published in English.”
New e-Book reveals inside story of renowned humanitarian Karin Wiking -- served in WW II missions of mercy, represents Mother Teresa Wiking was awarded the High Cross Medal and Order by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome on Dec. 7, 2005
New e-Book reveals inside story of renowned humanitarian Karin Wiking -- served in WW II missions of mercy, represents Mother Teresa
Wiking was awarded the High Cross Medal and Order
by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome on Dec. 7, 2005
Look here Buckaroo, I came up here on this cattle drive to eat steak with my beans. I ain't no vegan! Them Extra-Terrestrials like their meat too! Ya hear of them cows lying on the prairies with just their carcass and their meat all sucked off their bones!
And every kind of bean left behind for us to pass time & gas!
Aw stop complaining Cornbread!
Beans and bones ain't so bad. I lassoed a rattlesnake this morning that was in your boot and fried that viper good and tender! Now eat your snake and beans - we're cowboys and we know life sucks but we make it better pretending we're Texans!
But Buckaroo, we are Texans!
Aw shut your trap Cornbread!
Don't you deny me my dreaming!
Hey Buckaroo, did you see that huge O-possum poking round our camp last night?
That's possum! Ya don't pronounce the silent O.
I just don't get it Buckaroo. Life is complicated enough and these linguinists make it harder by spelling words that don't sound like they look!
That's linguist not spaghetti makers making linguini. And if you're confused just call the opossum what he is, A polecat!
I know a polecat taste a lot better than that rattlesnake!
Aw shut your trap Cornbread!
Everybody knows snakes, frogs, armadillos and polecat all taste the same ... taste like chicken!
When we get to Amarillo how much money will they give us for our cattle?
Well at $400.00 a steer times a thousand black Angus we'll be rich at $400,000.00! Cornbread we'll be eating filet mignon.
We have one cow Buckaroo and she is Agnes not Angus. She is old and dry and I don't think we'll get anything near four Franklins. Besides they might have to kill her and I love her.
Aw shut your trap Cornbread!
Don't you deny me my imagination
THE MISSED ADVENTURES OF BUCKAROO & CORNBREAD by Richie Burriesci
FR.GUIDO SARDUCCI AFTERLIFE