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The Day After
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The Day After by GUTTENBURG,STEVE
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The countdown has begun! Against the real-life backdrop of the U.S. deployment of WMDs in Europe during the escalating Cold War, this "dramatically involving [and] agonizingly graphic film" (The Hollywood Reporter) about nuclear holocaust detonated a direct hit into the heartland of America.Starring Jason Robards, JoBeth Williams, Steven Guttenberg, John Cullum and John Lithgow, this "controversial, potent drama" (Leonard Maltin) remains "one of the most talked-about programs in history"(Newsweek)! When Cold War tensions reach the ultimate boiling point, the inhabitants of a small town in Kansas learn along with the rest of America that they have fewer than 30 minutes before 300 Soviet warheads begin to appear overhead! Can anyone survive this ultimate nightmare...or the nuclear winter that is sure to follow?
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Celebrate the holiday season with two all-American family classics based on the beloved novels by Gail Rock! The House Without A Christmas Tree and The Thanksgiving Treasure follow the everyday adventures and small miracles of the Mills family. Addie Mills (Lisa Lucas) is a smart and strong-willed young girl living in Nebraska in the 1940s with her sensible but stubborn father, James (Jason Robards), and her loving, quirky Grandma (Mildred Natwick). In The House Without A Christmas Tree, all Addie wants is to have a Christmas tree for the first time. But James refuses due to a painful family memory. Trouble ensues in The Thanksgiving Treasure when Addie tries to invite James’ sworn enemy over for Thanksgiving dinner in the hopes of ending their longstanding feud. With fun, laughter and a lot of heart – this Dove Family-approved double feature is sure to keep your holidays merry & bright!

Jason Robards Wins Supporting Actor: 1977 Oscars

Tatum O'Neal presenting Jason Robards with the Oscar® for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in "All the President's Men" at the 49th Academy Awards® .

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Real-Life and Movies

As we saw in the fourth season of Boardwalk Empire, Al Capone had Frankie Yale take out Dean O’Banion at his own flower shop. The Dean O’Banion killing ignited a turf war between New York’s interloping Italian mob and the entrenched Chicago mobs that ended on Valentine’s Day 1929 in a garage on Chicago’s North Clark Street. Flower shops and Valentine’s Day have a special link. Eighty six years ago, Dean O’Banion’s floral arrangement was paid off. Valentine’s Day in 1929 was cold. The garage at 2122 N. Clark St. had no heat. Everybody thought Al Capone was behind it. But Capone was in Florida. Al Capone was battling to be the head of crime in Chicago against George "Bugs" Moran. Moran inherited the Northside Gang from Hymie Weiss after he inherited it from Dion O'Banion after his stems were clipped. Moran and Capone did not get along. Moran called Capone "The Beast. " Moran and Joe Aiello, who's family represented the Mafia in Chicago, gunned down Pasqualino Lo Lordo, one of Capone’s men, in early 1929. Capone’s gang cased Moran’s joint by renting an apartment across the street. Capone had someone call Moran to tell him that some hijacked whiskey from Detroit’s Purple Gang would be delivered to his garage at 2122 North Clark Street. The garage was owned by Adam Hayer, one of Moran’s friends. was the address of the SMC Cartage Co. Bugs Moran used the garage as a kind of headquarters, the same way O’Banion used the flower shop. At about 10:30 a. m. , four men burst into the garage and announced that it was a raid. They ordered the men to line up against a wall and then let loose. Witnesses saw the four jump into the same kind of black Cadillac touring car that cops used. Inside the garage, dead or dying, was Frank "Hock" Gusenberg and his brother, Peter "Goosy" Gusenberg. Hock was one of Moran’s strongmen. Along with Johnny May, an ex-safe cracker who worked as a mechanic at the garage, Albert Kachellek, aka James Clark, Moran’s brother-in-law, Albert Weinshank and Adam Heyer, two other enforcers who also worked for Moran. The last dead guy was not a gangster. Bugs Moran slept through it. But he was done in the Chicago rackets. Happy fucking Valentine’s Day. Actually Moran and one of his men, Ted Newberry, saw the cop car pull up and decided to grab some coffee instead of shelling out for what he figured was a shakedown. He crawled to the middle of the garage and died a. Source: The Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre.

Latest News

  • Production is love letter to late wife

    02/15/15 ,via Winston-Salem Journal

    Ovarian cancer strikes about one in 50 women (breast cancer, about one in eight). The signs of ovarian cancer may differ from woman to woman, and any one of these symptoms may be caused by noncancerous conditions. Because the ovaries are located 

  • Family movies highlight an array of vintage titles on video this week

    02/14/15 ,via Washington Times

    “The Easter Promise” has young Addie (Lisa Lucas) meeting an old schoolmate of her widowed father (Jason Robards), a now-famous actress (Jean Simmons) whom she convinces to host a school fashion show to give back to her alma mater. “Addie and the 

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RT @FilmHistoryPics: Sergio Leone & Jason Robards playing with the guns on the set of Once Upon a Time in the West, 1968. http://t.co/4wyfy… 02/15/15, @RubenRedondoJar

Recipes

  • Jason's White Chicken Chili

    chicken broth, chicken, oregano, garlic, green chilies, red pepper, cumin, jalapeno, monterey jack cheese, onions, vegetable oil, white beans

  • Sausage Broccoli Manicotti

    sausage, cottage cheese, eggs, garlic, garlic powder, pasta sauce, mozzarella cheese, onion powder, parmesan cheese, black pepper

Books

  • Jason Robards Remembered

    McFarland. 2002. ISBN: 9780786413560,0786413565. 224 pages.

    Jason Robards won consecutive Oscars as best supporting actor for the films All the President's Men (1977) and Julia (1978) but he is particularly remembered for having created central roles in the later plays of Eugene O'Neill. This tribute honors Robards in two parts. Part One presents recent interviews of the late actor as well as articles by Arthur and Barbara Gelb which appeared in the New York Times on the occasions of the American premier of Long Day's Journey into Night (1956) and of the successful production of A Moon for the Misbegotten, with Colleen Dewhurst (1974). Sheila Hickey Garvey writes of the 1956 production of Iceman and gives a brief history of Robards' work with the Circle in the Square Theatre, the theatre that began the Off Broadway theatrical movement of the 1950s. Stephen A. Black, Michael Manheim and Edward Shaughnessy write of seeing Robards perform in O'Neill plays. The O'Neill bibliographers Madeline Smith and Richard Eaton analyze the effect Robards' performances have had on subsequent performances and on scholarship about O'Neill's later plays. Zander Brietzke writes about the problem of performing O'Neill in the post-Robards era. Part Two contains more personal recollections of Jason Robards. Several of Robards' theatrical colleagues (Arvin Brown, Zoe Caldwell, Douglas Campbell, Blythe Danner, George Grizzard, the playwright A.R. Gurney, Shirley Knight, Paul Libin, Theodore Mann, Christopher Plummer, Kevin Spacey and Eli Wallach) recall their times with the actor. Wendy Cooper, president of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation, writes of Robards' help to save O'Neill's Bay Area home, Tao House. Lois McDonald and Sally Thomas Pavetti write of Robards' visits to Monte Cristo Cottage, O'Neill's boyhood home in New London, Connecticut. George Beecroft, Richard Allan Davison, and Daniel Larner recall seeing some memorable Robards performances and Margaret and Ralph Ranald recall two meetings with Robards. Also included are particularly fine obituary and memorial notices by Kevin Spacey, Joe Morgenstern, and Charles Saydah, and a tribute by Jason Robards' colleagues at The Roundabout Theatre.

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  • BWW Reviews: Theatre Works Showcases O'Neill

    02/15/15 ,via Broadway World

    and Jason Robards, Jr. (to whom O'Neill was as essential as Tennessee Williams was to Elizabeth Taylor). This particular warhorse, however, is of the Trojan variety, and Director Matt Crewse has tamed the beast with the aid of four performances that are ...

  • Vintage family films on video this week

    02/14/15 ,via Oklahoma News

    “The Easter Promise” has young Addie (Lisa Lucas) meeting an old schoolmate of her widowed father (Jason Robards), a now-famous actress (Jean Simmons) whom she convinces to host a school fashion show to give back to her alma mater. “Addie and the ...

  • Family movies highlight an array of vintage titles on video this week

    02/14/15 ,via Deseret News

    “The Easter Promise” has young Addie (Lisa Lucas) meeting an old schoolmate of her widowed father (Jason Robards), a now-famous actress (Jean Simmons) whom she convinces to host a school fashion show to give back to her alma mater. “Addie and the ...

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Jason Robards - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jason Nelson Robards, Jr. (July 26, 1922 – December 26, 2000) was an American actor on stage, and in film and television. He was a winner of the Tony Award, two ...

Jason Robards - IMDb

Jason Robards, Actor: C'era una volta il West. Powerful and highly respected American actor Jason Nelson Robards, Jr. was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Hope Maxine ...

Jason Robards - Biography - IMDb

Powerful and highly respected American actor Jason Nelson Robards, Jr. was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Hope Maxine (Glanville) and stage and film star Jason Robards Sr.

Jason Robards, Sr. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jason Nelson Robards, Sr. (December 31, 1892 – April 4, 1963) was an American stage and screen actor, and the father of Oscar -winning actor Jason Robards, Jr ...

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