BearManor Media News — comedy

Q&A with Snorre Smari Mathiesen, author of the new book on August Schonemann

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Q&A with Snorre Smari Mathiesen, author of the new book on August Schonemann

Q&A with Snorre Smari Mathiesen, author of the new book on August Schonemann What piqued your interest in Norwegian comedian August Schønemann (1891-1925) in the first place?Although a huge celebrity in Norway during his lifetime, August Schønemann is today chiefly remembered as the father of Aud Schønemann, a much beloved comic performer in my home country, whose fame has endured more so than that of her father. I have many fond memories of watching Aud’s film and TV performances in my childhood. I’ve kind of always been interested in “old” things, including entertainment history of the past, and felt that...

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Harry Langdon Jr. Interview with BearManor Media

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Harry Langdon Jr. Interview with BearManor Media, Dec. 2022 Q - Please tell us about yourself. HL - I am Harry Langdon,  a celebrity photographer, and the son of legendary comedic actor Harry Langdon who was one of Hollywood’s first major stars!  Q - You have had quite a career, who are some of the subjects you’ve photographed? HL - I have been blessed in my own career as a photographer to have captured over 50 years of iconic faces such as Frank Sinatra, Diana Ross, Ann-Margaret, Cher, Aretha Franklin, Dwayne Johnson, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney and thousands of others....

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Firesign Theatre radio!

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The Firehouse Theater with Richard Fish 8:00PM to 10:00PM Eastern Time 91.3 and 98.1 in Bloomington, 106.3 in Elletsville, 100.7 in Nashville, streaming live at webstream.wfhb.org or http://198.178.121.76:8096/stream Another stream (perhaps more reliable) can be found at http://radio.garden/listen/wfhb/AcJjMxXo Missed the broadcast?  Want to share it?  All our WFHB shows are archived for two weeks at https://spinitron.com/WFHB/       just set the date and time and click play! TONIGHT: WFHB went on the air at noon on January 4, 1993, and the following Sunday I hosted the first Firehouse Theatre show. Both the station as a whole, and Firehouse Theatre, will...

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