I didn't know he'd won an Oscar for Ed Wood, but I'm certain Jim did. I loved the Mission Impossible series (both of them) and Space 1999, even though I didn't much care for his co-star on each, Barbara Bane.
I'm green with envy. At 7 years old I couldn't even play the radio. LOL
The last words video was great, and my faves were Groucho "This is no way to live" and Bob Hope, where do you wanna be buried, "Surprise me"!
Yeh, those were my two favorite also.
I love this group. They had some of the best harmony ever. The Mamas and the Papas, Simon & Garfunkel, The Association and were all great groups for me, because of the harmony. Thanks for posting.
I agree; all three were great groups.
He was a good character actor that appeared in many tv shows I watched, but never broke into being a Movie star. Here's his IMDb link if you wanna check it out.
He was one of the actors whose name I vaguely recall. I saw him in the Home Alone movies, but only remember Macaulay Culkin.
He certainly did. Had he been born around 1900, he could have given Lon Chaney, Sr. stiff competition in horror make-up. LOL