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Fresh Hell (2011-2012)

It’s a little off color. It’s funnier than a rubber crutch. It’s Brent Spiners web series Fresh Hell. It follows the adventures of down on his luck Brent Spiner, his girlfriend played by Kat Steele, and his best friend in the world, Lavar Burton.

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It was just a little Hurricane.

Safe and sound thousands of miles away from the data servers, Hurricane Sandy sure hasn’t made my day. The weather here in Oregon hasn’t been anything to write home about, but nothing compared to the poor people who got hurt and killed in our recent catastrophe. I know from my logs and emails that some of you are in “the zone”. I hope you have a better day tomorrow. Anyhow. I moved all the video to Missouri, so we should be reliable again. Have a nice night. Kevin

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Nazis and Blondes (2008)

What was the role of the Baltic film actors in creating the figure of the enemy in the Soviet time cinema? Many generations of Soviet people were raised in the spirit of Soviet war films. It is a fact that most Nazi villains in Soviet war movies were played by Baltic actors. This film follows the development of the enemy’s figure in the Soviet film and in the role of Baltic actors in creating it.

My Man Godfrey (1936)

A socialite hires a derelict to be her family’s butler, only to fall in love with him, much to his dismay. The film stars William Powell and Carole Lombard.

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Captain Z-Ro – Atilla The Hun (1951)

Captain Z-Ro was a 1951 Science Fiction kids show that was made by KRON in San Francisco. With his time machine, the ZX-99, he traveled back in time to affect the lives of historical figures. A 1951 Quantum Leap? This show certainly had a cheesy mustache budget.

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Captain Z-Ro – Christopher Columbus (1951)

Captain Z-Ro was a 1951 Science Fiction kids show that was made by KRON in San Francisco. With his time machine, the ZX-99, he traveled back in time to affect the lives of historical figures. A 1951 Quantum Leap? This show certainly had a cheesy mustache budget.