Isn’t Kelsey Grammer in Fame too? I think I remember that from the trailer…

Seriously though the lack of Bebe movies in my life is depressing.

Isn’t Kelsey Grammer in Fame too? I think I remember that from the trailer…

Seriously though the lack of Bebe movies in my life is depressing.

 
Danny DeVito

A. First film I saw them in:
Man on the Moon.

B. Favorite performance:
He was fantastic in the Taxi episode, Louie Goes Too Far. Especially when he’s explaining to Elaine how horrible it is when he has to get new clothes.

C. Favorite film they appear in:
Matilda.

D. Last film I watched them in:
Johnny Dangerously.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
I’m just going to say World’s Greatest Lover because he isn’t in it much and the character doesn’t do him justice (then again it was before he became famous)

F. Underappreciated performance:
I’m not really sure tbh because as much as I adore that man I haven’t seen all that much.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
Lorax.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
Well I guess I have to say When in Rome because I love the others for other reasons and I never actually planned on watching When in Rome my friend put it on one day and BAM DeVito. That made me happy.

 
Bebe Neuwirth

A. First film I saw them in:
All Dogs Go To Heaven 2 hooray for childhood.

B. Favorite performance:
The All That Jazz MadLibs tbh…. they’re just so entertaining and she’s so adorable singing them.

C. Favorite film they appear in:
GUYS HELP ME IT JUST OCCURRED TO ME THAT THE ONLY BEBE MOVIES IVE SEEN ARE AN EXTREMELY GOOFY MOVIE (which is what I choose as my favorite) AND ALL DOGS GO TO HEAVEN 2.

D. Last film I watched them in:
An Extremely Goofy Movie.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
NONONO. I’m going to say her first episode of Cheers strictly because there was no enough Lilith.

F. Underappreciated performance:
Gosh this survey is making me feel like the worst Bebe fan every to walk the planet because I don’t think I’ve seen enough to answer this IM SORRY.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
All of them.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
Well I only have two to chose from so I guess I have to go with All Dogs Go To Heaven 2….

 
Marilu Henner

A. First film I saw them in:
I think Man on the Moon actually.

B. Favorite performance:
When she performed Roxie on The Rosie Show. I thought I’d never find her in anything Chicago related other than a clip here and there (and of course the Thanksgiving Day parade where she borrowed Ann Reinking’s voice from the soundtrack).

C. Favorite film they appear in:
I looove L.A. Story even though her character’s only in the first half or so. I also like Love With A Perfect Stranger more than I want to admit.

D. Last film I watched them in:
Noises Off I believe.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
I heard her tell a story about this performance (I can’t even remember what the play was) but it was her last show and her cast mates pranked her and she got to the point where she was laughing so hard she couldn’t sing. I wouldn’t call that so much weak, but rather wildly entertaining.

F. Underappreciated performance:
She was really good in Chains of Gold and tbh that whole movie is under appreciated. She also has some incredible Taxi episodes that seem far too easily overlooked. I don’t think a lot of people realize just how dedicated a performer she is.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
Mister Roberts.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
Probably Rustler’s Rhapsody. I’m not in to Westerns.

 
Carol Kane

A. First film I saw them in:
Actually, the first one I saw was unintentional, and that was The Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald: Visitors From Outerspace. This is something that makes me very happy because that means Carol has been in my life pretty constantly since I was 3.

B. Favorite performance:
This might sound silly but I loved when she filled in for Carole King on Letterman to sing her part in Paul Shaffer’s song When The Radio Is On.

C. Favorite film they appear in:
Flashback. I should probably be saying Hester Street, Annie Hall, or Dog Day Afternoon because those are all brilliant films, but Flashback. It’s fun and in it’s own way heartwarming and ugh I love it so much.

D. Last film I watched them in:
I thiiiink it was Transylvania 6-5000, but it may have been World’s Greatest Lover.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
This woman does not know the meaning of a weak performance. If I HAVE to pick I’m going to say Four Christmases because it was almost as if she was just an extra. Which would be one thing if it hadn’t been made mid-2000’s.

F. Underappreciated performance:
No one ever talks about her in Out Of Our Father’s House and it needs to change.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
Valentino. I’ve owned it for maybe 2 years and I have yet to watch. There’s also When A Stranger Calls but I don’t/can’t do horror.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
Theodore Rex. It was just really weird and made me uncomfortable. It was the first movie of hers I couldn’t get myself to finish (and she has been in some weird movies)

 

(Source: catherinefords)

 
ohrobbybaby:

Julie Andrews in “The Julie Andrews Show”

ohrobbybaby:

Julie Andrews in “The Julie Andrews Show”

 
anne reinking & gilda radner
Anonymous

Did Gilda already so..

A. First film I saw them in:
Annie

B. Favorite performance:
OH MAN ummm…… well it’s impossible for me to just pick one but there’s a video of her singing All That Jazz which is absolute perfection (I don’t know what it’s from) and I also love her performance of Charlie’s Place from Over Here and of course Roxie from Chicago.

C. Favorite film they appear in:
Annie!! (Sadly I don’t have many to choose from)

D. Last film I watched them in:
I watched clips from Micki and Maude today but last full movie was Annie of course.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
NOOOO uhhh… one she did with Tommy Tune on some music special, Who’s Got The Pain. I only choose this because it was about 10 seconds long.

F. Underappreciated performance:
I almost never hear anything about her in A Night On The Town. There are several clips on YouTube and they’re great.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
Movie, Movie. I have it on VHS but it’s old and rare so I’m paranoid to play it. I will eventually.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
Ugh she was hardly in any and I like them all…. I’m going to go with Micki and Maude only because it was one of those movies I wouldn’t have touched other than the fact that there was someone I liked in it. She was incredible though so I certainly am not saying I dislike it. (If it weren’t for the incredible dance numbers, I’d say All That Jazz because I’m a wimp and it scares me and I can’t watch the whole thing)

 

merelei:

aliens-ate-my-mum:

Showing my favourite movie to my friends
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This gif is so appropriate in so many ways I love it so much!

 

(Source: nulooks)

 

so, you have got to be… loud! girl, you’ve got to learn to stand out and stick out from the crowd!

(Source: theatregraphics)

 
Gilda Radner

A. First film I saw them in:
I think it was Gilda Live but does that count since it’s a Broadway performance filmed for a screen? If not then Haunted Honeymoon.

B. Favorite performance:
I adore her performance of Tap Your Troubles Away on The Muppet Show, but then again Honey in Gilda Live never fails to bring tears to my eyes because there’s just so many emotions.

C. Favorite film they appear in:
I go back and forth between Hanky Panky and Haunted Honeymoon.

D. Last film I watched them in:
Haunted Honeymoon.

E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance:
Hmmm….. maybe the very early SNL sketches. I mean she’s always a gem but some of those sketches really dragged on.

F. Underappreciated performance:
Gosh, I don’t really know if she has one. I don’t hear much about the SNL sketch where her, Laraine Newman, Jane Curtin, and Lily Tomlin sing Broadway Baby which is one of my all time favorites so I’ll go with that.

G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to:
I never finished It Came From Hollywood and I really need too.

H. Least favorite film they appeared in:
First Family. It never really grabbed my attention despite the fabulous cast.

 
Actor/Actress Survey

unconsciousearth:

cinenthusiast:

Put an actor or actress in my ask and I’ll give you:
A. First film I saw them in
B. Favorite performance
C. Favorite film they appear in
D. Last film I watched them in
E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance
F. Underappreciated performance
G. Film you haven’t seen with them that you’d most like to
H. Least favorite film they appeared in

 

barbarastanwyck:

The First Wives Club (1996)

 
Put 2 celebrities in my ask,

based only on physical appearance, I’ll tell you who I prefer.

(Source: seouleu)