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The Big Comfy Couch is an Emmy Award winning PBS children’s television series about Loonette the Clown and her dolly Molly, who solve everyday problems on their “Big Comfy Couch.” The series is comprised of 7 Seasons and 100 Episodes. Watch all 7 Season (100 Episodes) of The Big Comfy Couch for Free!
February 8, 2016 — Jack Lemmon was one of America’s favorite comic actors.His career lasted more than 5o years and, despite not being leading-man handsome, he was most-often cast in leading man parts. And his every man looks did not stop him from working opposite many of the screen’s loveliest women, including Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Wood Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine (Coco Chanel), Lee Remick, Doris Day, Kim Novak, Judy Holliday, Rita Hayworth (Dancing Pirate), Jane Fonda, Virna Lisi, Ann-Margret and Sophia Loren (Man of […]
February 6, 2016 — Last year we lost actor Patrick MacNee, best-known for his performance as John Steed, the unflappable British secret agent of The Avengers, a role he would play from 1961 through 1969, and then again in the television spin-off, The New Avengers in 1977-1978.The character of John Steed was suave, elegant, thoroughly eccentric and always perfectly dressed in neo-Edwardian attire. MacNee was deeply involved in the creation of Steed’s look and clothing although, oddly for a man […]
February 5, 2016 — John Carradine would work with Henry Fonda and John Ford on Grapes of Wrath; he would appear in Stagecoach, The Ten Commandments, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and Drums Along the Mohawk. In fact, he made appearance in at least 225 films (and uncredited ones in many others, plus hundreds of television appearances), worked in numerous Shakespearean productions and fathered an acting dynasty. And yet, most people know him as a star of horror films.Maybe because […]
February 4, 2016 — Of all of the unconventional national holidays, today’s has to be one of the most comforting. February 4th is Homemade Soup Day.Soup is more than a food. Maurice Sendak, the award-winning children’s book author and illustrator (Where the Wild Things Are) wrote one of his most-beloved poems about soup. Called Chicken Soup with Rice, it describes the pleasures of eating chicken soup throughout all of the months of the year. His description for February: “In February it […]
February 4, 2016 — On this date in 1547, England’s King Henry VII was buried at Windsor Castle.He is probably England’s most famous ruler. His six marriages, his decision to break with the Catholic Church in order to remarry and also to proclaim his own authority over the Pope — ushering in the “Divine Right of Kings in England,” which granted him absolute power over his realm — his extravagance and his readiness to behead anyone who disagreed with him are at the […]
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