Steve Landesberg died yesterday of cancer at the age of 65. He wasn’t really all that famous and only those who were fans of the 70s cop sit-com, “Barney Miller” would’ve known who he & his character Sgt Dietrich were. Landesberg joined the show later to replace Abe Vigoda, whose character, Sgt Fish, . . . → Read More: RIP Steve Landesberg AKA Sgt. Arthur Dietrich
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted an edition of nostalgia. Not really sure why, perhaps I’m getting lazy. Summer does that to one.
After what happened to Brunaud Moise earlier this week, getting banned at Laronde, a ‘family values’ Six Flags owned amusement park in Montreal, for sporting a Bob Marley t-shirt emblazoned . . . → Read More: Rogue Reggae-Bob Marley and Peter Tosh-Saturday Nite Nostalgia
I really didn’t know of any other way to show respect to the great late actor of such great films like “Easy Rider”, “Apocalypse Now” and “Blue Velvet” except to to a Saturday Nite Nostalgia playing music from the soundtracks of these three films.
Willy Loman beat me to it, but selected only . . . → Read More: RIP Dennis Hopper–Saturday Nite Nostalgia
“Whacha Talkin’ ‘Bout Willis?” was his trademark on “Diff’rent Strokes”, a popular sitcom of the late 70s to the mid-80s starring Conrad Baines of “Maude”, Dana Plato and Todd Bridges. I especially remembered his facial expression following that abrupt question; like he just sucked lemons and his cheeks puffed out.
Since television watching . . . → Read More: RIP Gary Coleman–Why are Child Stars/Teen Sensations Cursed?