One of my favorite hotels in Honolulu is the Ilikai. When ever I tell people that, they say, huh?? I tell them, you know, Hawaii Five-0, opening credits, McGarrett is standing on the Penthouse balcony of a hotel . . . . that's the place. It's a Marriott affiliate . . .
L-188 From United States of America, joined Jul 1999, 29616 posts, RR: 59
Reply 18, posted (9 years 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 1810 times:
Damm Falcon, want to race next time?
Actually what I need to have released on DVD is the old, "Emergency" TV show.
I have a brother that is a volunteer firefighter and I have been harrasing him the past few years by giving him firefighter movies, The Towering Inferno, Hellfighters, and a couple of real direct to video ones I picked up at the used rack at Blockbuster.
Another show that needs to come out is one that most people haven't heard of, "Tales of the Gold Monkey"
OBAMA-WORST PRESIDENT EVER....Even SKOORB would be better.
DL021 From United States of America, joined May 2004, 11445 posts, RR: 80
Reply 23, posted (9 years 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 1753 times:
Hogans Heroes was too funny. The stories of some of the castmembers is pretty good as well. Everyone has heard of the exploits of Bob Crane, but how many people know that Ivan Dixon was one of the pioneering black Americans in the field of television directing as well as acting? He costarred with Belafonte in Porgy and Bess, and with Poitier in A Raisin in the Sun. Richard Dawson was a successful game show host as we all know, but he was a very successful businessman as well, and Larry Hovis was a college professor in addition to being an actor until his death.
In Klemperers later years he was a regular on Bill Maher's ABC show before he went off the liberal deepend. When he was in his libertarian phase the show was a bit more balanced and had more opinions from either end of the spectrum and Werner Klemperer was well informed and funny.
I know, useless trivia, but this was one funny damned show. The performers brought the writing to life (not the other way around) and should be remembered for that.
L-188...I believe that you can get Emergency! on video. Let me find it and I'll let you know where.
KYIPpilot From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 1383 posts, RR: 7
Reply 24, posted (9 years 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 1740 times:
I love Hogan's Heros. It used to be on TVLand about 4 years ago, but I haven't seen any since. What a great show!!!!
"You have apple strudel?"
"I know nothing!"
Once of my favorite scenes was when Hogan was telling Klink that there were tunnels under the camp. Klink says impossible, If there were Schultz would have fallen through the ground by now. Hogan says, "but they are pretty deep." Klink says, "Schultz is heavier than any tunnel!"
I really wish they would bring it back on TV
Green Acres is also pretty good. Gotta love Arnold Ziffel.
"It starts when you're always afraid; You step out of line, the man come and take you away" -Buffalo Springfield
: "Green Acres" is on TVLand, these days. It's also avaliable on DVD, and is hopefully cleaned up. The prints used on TV for the last 30 years were look
: NoUfo, Hogan´s Heros series has been broadcasted several times over the last few years on Sat1. Here it is known as "Ein Käfig Voller Helden". Excep
: I remember one time on Hogans heros they were showing a German gun crew talking about ranges in yards... I may be mistaken but wouldn't that have bee
: I heard that when Hogan's Heroes was shown in Germany in recent years,the dubbing made some of the lines in translation even more absurb and silly, to
: Klemperer made an appearance on an episode of "Law&Order" called "Star Struck" in 1992. It's about a creepy fan who attacks a soap opera star. Klemper
: Was reading the Leon Askin, who played Burkhalter, is 96 years old, and still acting. I always liked his banter with Klink: "Yes, Klink, so you've tol
: I liked the actor that played the Gestapo Major Hochstetter. Just the perfect sized, mealy mouthed, beady eyed little fella to fill the stereotypical
32 Tom in NO
: I'd like to see a yearly compilation of "Bonanza" come out on DVD. The mix and match of an episode here and there from the first couple seasons just d
: In the German version, Colonel Klink speaks with a ridiculous Saxon accent, while Sergeant Schultz speaks like a Bavarian. General Burghalter speaks w
: There was a simple reason for that. Most of the people invovled in the shows of that era probably had been in the service and knew what the stuff was
: No kidding!!! I thought he was long dead. Askin pops up every now and then in obscure roles in old movies.
: And the man has his own website!!!!!! What an incredible story too! All I can say is wow! http://www.askin.at/english.htm[Edited 2005-03-08 06:42:27]