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  1. www.foxnews.com › shows › fox-filesFox Files | Fox News

    31/01/2022 · FOX FILES combines in-depth news reporting from a variety of Fox News on-air talent. The program will feature the breadth, power and journalism of rotating Fox News anchors, reporters and producers.

  2. The Kentucky Fried Movie is a 1977 American independent sketch comedy film, produced by Kim Jorgensen, Larry Kostroff, and Robert K. Weiss, and directed by John Landis. Among the numerous star cameos are George Lazenby , Bill Bixby , Henry Gibson , Barry Dennen , Donald Sutherland , Tony Dow , Stephen Bishop , and the voice of Shadoe Stevens .

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Count_BasieCount Basie - Wikipedia

    The publicity over the big band battle, before and after, gave the Basie band a boost and wider recognition. Soon after, Benny Goodman recorded their signature "One O'Clock Jump" with his band. A few months later, Holiday left for Artie Shaw's band. Hammond introduced Helen Humes, whom Basie hired; she stayed with Basie for four years.

  4. www.bbc.co.uk › programmes › b006q2x0BBC One - Doctor Who

    30/11/2021 · The Doctor's epic adventures across Space and Time in that famous blue box. It's the trip of a lifetime ...

  5. Released on May 25, 1945, The Clock made a respectable profit but it was not as successful as Meet Me in St. Louis, released the previous year. The movie was well received by critics who favorably noted Garland's transformation into a mature actress. The New York Times; "A tender and refreshingly simple romantic drama.

  6. 09/12/2021 · The Muppet Movie is operating on such a high level it just throws away the coolest band name of all time—the Electric Mayhem—on a comedy band of puppets created to spoof Dr. John. And their ...

  7. Two months later Fox decided that the film would no longer be made by Irving Mansfield. Instead they hired Russ Meyer, whose recent movie Vixen! had been a commercial success. Holloway's script was discarded and the film critic Roger Ebert took a five-week leave of absence from the Chicago Sun-Times to write a script.