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Funny story: Susan Boyle stands in for Adele Adkins as a look alike

Susan Boyle stands in for Adele Adkins as a look alike

London- It was reported that Susan Boyle showed up late for her day of filming a guest starring role on Only Fools and Horses. Boyle stood in for Adele Adkins who called in sick after filming one episode of the show, on Monday. Adkins is contracte...
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Funny story: Jodie Foster To Star In The Motion Picture, Lesbionics - The Penny Marshall Story

Jodie Foster To Star In The Motion Picture, Lesbionics - The Penny Marshall Story

HOLLYWOOD - Lions Face Pictures in association with Touch Rock Films is proud to announce that production will soon begin on the Bandini Borrapelli film Lesbionics - The Penny Marshall Story. The movie will deal with the life of Penny Marshall of...
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Funny story: Maude Frickert Dead at 87!

Maude Frickert Dead at 87!

Maude Frickert, often seen on many old television shows has died at the age of 87, the same age as her twin brother Jonathon Winters who died late last year. Maude loved to horse around, especially with younger men as she was married some twelve t...
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Funny story: Stranger Than Truth: The Story of Killagain's Island

Stranger Than Truth: The Story of Killagain's Island

For the first time in years, the Stranger Than Truth crew hits the road again... or, in this case, the high seas, in search of a long lost island story that once dazzled TV viewing audiences. "Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale... a tale of a fateful trip..." Fateful it was but the outcome not nearly so enjoyable. In 1957, a small charter sightseeing boat set forth from Hawaii wit...
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