You will have no difficulty coming up with responses to my arguments. Are we to take seriously the idea that someone long ago recorded both what I said and a response to it and inserted both in your brain? Common sense recoils from such patent nonsense. Further, pick any issue of any cognitive psychology journal, and you will see attempts at experimental investigation of our information processing mechanisms.
This introduction is somewhat lengthy. As a kid, I was a big fan of the Incredible Hulk television series, which ran on the CBS network from the fall of until the summer of That show was awesome, was it not?
Well, as I was watching Hulk on HuluI noticed this one actor [in the episode titled "The Slam"] who played a prisoner where David Banner was incarcerated on a charge of vagrancy. I thought to myself, I know that guy from a LOT of tv shows. So I did some research on www.
Suddenly, bells and whistles began to go off in my head when I saw his pictures, as I quickly remembered him from The Blues Brothers.
He was "Tucker McElroy", the leader of the band "The Good Ole Boys", who had arrived in full Southern get-up at a country-western bar, ready to play, only to find that Jake and Elwood had already taken their musical gig for the evening [pretending to be The Good Old Boys].
A fine car chase ensues in the laugh-a-minute motion picture. A few days later, I was on the telephone, discussing Charles Napier with a friend of mine; I said, "Hey, do you remember that guy Suddenly, my friend had a flash of inspiration, and he brought back to my remembrance another actor who appeared in 21 episodes of Mork and Mindy as Exidor.
I use the term "largely uncredited" because, although you could see their names in the credits rolling at the end of the television show or movie, their names were usually up there on the screen for such a short period of time, that you never really got the chance to associate the role with that individual.
I wanted to pay tribute to these individuals I grew up watching. I always enjoyed the film and television appearances of these fine performers. In many cases, their theatrical talents were equal to, if not better than, the main headliners [many of whom were hired for "star power" and not for their acting abilities to begin with].
In this blog post, I seek to bestow upon these individuals some of that recognition which they have earned and which they deserve, because you see almost no features about them in books, newspapers, magazines, television, cinema, or in almost any other kind of media except the internet.
As you read this, you will saying things like, "Oh yeah!!! Now I remember him!!! That's the woman from insert name of tv show ". I hope this is as much fun for you to read as it was for me to write. And, perhaps, some of these performers will see this post and feel the love!!
I purposely selected only those actors who have been performing during the 's or earlier, because some of the recent character actors have not developed enough experience to establish themselves as long-term character actors as of this writing.
They do deserve much credit for their work, and perhaps in another ten years or so, they may receive that kind of credit on another blog post.
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