Stories by Peter Hummers
Kevin Costner loves Westerns, perhaps even more than baseball movies.
In 1990 17-year-old Dave Chappelle was featured in a montage of random people telling a joke in the first episode of ABC’s America’s Funniest People.
Jesse James was a lad that killed many a man, He robbed the Glendale train, He stole from the rich and he gave to the poor, He'd a hand and a heart and a brain.
This week, two unique romantic movies; part comedy and part fantasy, both with hidden depths.
Melodramas pack a lot of punch between the opening and closing credits.
From 1968-1996 Stephen J. Cannell was one of the hardest-working men on TV.
When the end of the story isn't the end of the story.
Did you ever wake up with them bullfrogs on your mind? / You’re gonna wake up laughin', laughin' just to keep from crying.
Two families who put the "nasty" in "dynasty"
Inverted detective stories from 19th century Moscow to 20th Century Los Angeles
“How sad and bad and mad it was—but then, how it was sweet.”
Don’t we all have something to hide?