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1 hour ago, chaya bat woof woof said:

I think Dr. Oz looks like George Stephanapolis (sp?)

Can't see the resemblance of George, Shatner and Plummer

Absolutely to the first comment here, chaya.

(...but can't believe you can't re your second comment)

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26 minutes ago, Eucalpytus P. Millstone said:

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Yes EPM, Ron Masak would've made a great Lou Costello in a movie.

In fact, I thought he HAD maybe played the comedian in some film or TV show somewhere along the line, but after just now going over his filmography, it appears I only imagined this.

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On 8/7/2021 at 11:50 AM, Dargo said:

Yes EPM, Ron Masak would've made a great Lou Costello in a movie.

In fact, I thought he HAD maybe played the comedian in some film or TV show somewhere along the line, but after just now going over his filmography, it appears I only imagined this.

Ron Masak impersonated Lou Costello in a TV commercial for the Ralston breakfast cereal Bran News.

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What a Cumber-match! Budding actor, 12, who is a dead ringer for younger version of Benedict Cumberbatch, will play Sherlock star's son in Cold War thriller The Courier 

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Budding actor Keir Hills, 12, from London is playing Benedict Cumberbatch;s son in the Hollywood star's latest Cold War thriller, The Courier, because he is a doppelganger for the Sherlock star. Keir's twin Lewis, who is also an actor, was originally lined up for role, but their mother Marie O'Grady-Hills had better ideas.

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On 8/7/2021 at 2:50 PM, Dargo said:

Yes EPM, Ron Masak would've made a great Lou Costello in a movie.

In fact, I thought he HAD maybe played the comedian in some film or TV show somewhere along the line, but after just now going over his filmography, it appears I only imagined this.

I know that Buddy Hackett played Costello in a TV movie of him in the 70's (with Harvey Korman as Abbott) but I think Ron Masak does look more like Lou than Hackett did.

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On 8/18/2021 at 10:09 PM, Dargo said:

I've always thought Eric Portman...

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...could have easily been Tallulah Bankhead's...

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...brother.

(...and heck, they even sounded alike when they talked)

Say.....

Maybe there WASN'T a "real" Tallulah Bankhead.   Maybe it was Eric Portman in DRAG!?!  ;)

Or(heh!)  VICE-VERSA!  :D 

Sepiatone 

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1 hour ago, Sepiatone said:

Say.....

Maybe there WASN'T a "real" Tallulah Bankhead.   Maybe it was Eric Portman in DRAG!?!  ;)

Or(heh!)  VICE-VERSA!  :D 

Sepiatone 

LOL

Ya know Sepia, I actually thought about goin' in that direction with those two myself, but went with the "brother" aspect instead.

(...however, this DOES kind'a bring up the point that I don't recall ever seein' both of 'em in any movies together, huh) ;)

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21 hours ago, Dargo said:

 

Ya know Sepia, I actually thought about goin' in that direction with those two myself, but went with the "brother" aspect instead.

 

Yeah, but.....

Maybe too,  they WERE brother and sister, and sometimes(just for kicks) did the "Parent Trap" thing and traded off?   For instance...

Maybe it was brother ERIC who was actually in LIFEBOAT('44)  and Tallulah  in CANTERBURY TALE('44)?  :blink:

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On 8/20/2021 at 5:25 AM, Bethluvsfilms said:

I know that Buddy Hackett played Costello in a TV movie of him in the 70's (with Harvey Korman as Abbott) but I think Ron Masak does look more like Lou than Hackett did.

Buddy Hackett also subbed for Lou Costello in Fireman, Save My Child. Originally intended for Abbott and Costello, Hackett and Hugh O'Brien (!) "pinch-hit" for Bud 'n Lou who withdrew from the comedy.

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Just watched HOUSE OF HORRORS '46 on Svengoolie and was struck by how much Virginia Gray reminded me of Drew Barrymore. They both have prominent chins, large arching eyebrows & bow mouths with tiny teeth. Prefer Drew's strong Barrymore nose to Virginia's dainty one.

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20 hours ago, filmnoirguy said:

Maybe Bankhead was Portman in drag?

Remember.... I suggested the reverse possibility.  ;) 

So, if a woman dresses and disguises herself as a man, is it still called "Drag"?  :huh:  I don't recall anyone being famous as a "Male Impersonator".  Although in life I've met many supposed men I thought were.  ;) 

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