George Carlin was a master of humor, sarcastic, cinic, delightfully honest, painfully sincere for others. For me, he was the person who opened my mind about religion with his colorful criticism. His dark comedy, priceless!
I am a huge fan of Charlie Chaplin. He truly was a genius. I don’t know how one man could write, produce, direct, star in and compose such BEAUTIFUL music for his movies.
I really wish I could have known him. I also have great compassion for the life he had to endure growing up. It just breaks my heart. You can see the sadness in his eyes that he carried with him all his life. He is more than worth watching…he is amazing…!
The Kid- Charlie Chaplin Best Scenes
Food Fight – So Funny!
Modern Times – Rolling Skating Video
The Gold Rush – Eating his Shoe
I’ve been having a good time watching “One Day at a Time”. It has a great story about a mom -Ann Romano- who moved out on her own with her two teenage daughters: the rebellious Julie and the wisecracking Barbara. Ann Romano, fantastically played by Bonnie Franklin.
I love the premise of the show: a divorcee mom with two daughters not being afraid of making it in the world alone, feeling free, hopeful, happy and strong.
I don’t know if you, reader, have watched this tv show, if you haven’t and you like to have a good time with your family, I recommend you see it.
Another thing I adore about this series is the theme song:
One Day at a Time premiered on December 16, 1975 and ended in 1984; 9 seasons. It was best known as a staple of the CBS Sunday-night lineup, along with Archie Bunker’s Place, Alice and The Jeffersons.
Ann frequently struggles with maintaining her role as mother while affording her daughters the freedom she never had as a young woman. David Kane, Ann’s divorce lawyer and neighbor, takes a romantic interest in her, but she isn’t ready to remarry. Dwayne Schneider, the building’s quirky superintendent (most often referred to only by his last name), provides usually-unwanted advice to the tenants.