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I always loved Red Buttons. He was great in movies like "The Longest Day" (" Loud and Clear, sir!" and the Poseidon Adventure, but he was also great on all the TV shows I remember from when I was a kid. He'd be on Johnny Carson, Dean Martin, even Laugh-in. A funny, Funny guy, especially for an old guy. The Times did a nice Obit for him, and it's worth reading.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/13/arts/13cnd-buttons.html





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I'd be excited if Whedon was handed a redo of FANTASTIC FOUR - that's right in his wheelhouse. This just seems too big and too well-established for his sensibilities. I don't want to see Downey's Tony Stark spouting Whedonisms.
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