There used to be this God-awful show on either VH1 or E (or some other channel that I no longer watch) called Hollywood Babylon (imdb.com) that was hosted by Tony Curtis. They would take scandals involving very famous people and "reenact" them with unknown actors. I distinctly remember an episode involving John Lennon in which the actor playing John Lennon looked absolutely NOTHING like John Lennon.
Anywhoo... aside from that one minor hiccup, he had a pretty amazing run.
"Life is like a sewer. What you get out of it depends on what you put into it." -- Tom Lehrer
Originally posted by The ThrillMet the man in 2002 when he came to GB for a production of "Some Like it Hot." I believe the role he made famous in the movie was taken by somebody else, but he still had a bit role in the play.
I saw that show when it came to Pittsburgh. The funniest parts of the show that have always stuck out in my mind was when there were two seperate incidents where Tony clearly forgot his line and ad-libbed something really hilarious instead. And watching the actors around him trying their hardest not to crack up made it even funnier.
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something, sometime in your life." - Winston Churchill
Cranston's lines at the start sound..I dunno, lame? Very cliche and almost stilted. But everything else was great. The swelling chants, the planes falling out of the sky, the glimpses of a huuuuuge Godzilla. Awesome.