Celluloid Sirens: Jane Seymour

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Early Years Jane Seymour was born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg in Uxbridge, England on February 15, 1951, to a Polish father and a Dutch mother. She studied acting at Tring Park School for...

Rolling Nostalgic: DRAGONLANCE, War (And Remembrance) Of The Lance

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Project Overlord In 1981, Tracy Hickman and his wife Laura Hickman were driving from Utah to Wisconsin so Tracy could start a job at TSR, the company that made the Dungeons & Dragons products,...

Rolling Nostalgic: THE COMPLETE ELMORE — VOL II

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The Complete Elmore Volume II: Black and White is similar to The Complete Elmore Volume I that we recently discussed here at Last Movie Outpost, except this book contains all of Elmore’s black...

Celluloid Sirens: Caroline Munro

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Early Life Caroline Munro was born in Berskshire, England on January 16th, 1949. Her father was a lawyer and her other a housewife. She grew up in Rottingdean near Brighton where she attended...

Behind The Scenes: JURASSIC PARK

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“Welcome… To Jurassic Park“ Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton were working on a project that would become the TV show E.R. when Crichton told Spielberg about his new dinosaur novel. Spielberg was...

Rolling Nostalgic: THE COMPLETE ELMORE — VOL I

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The Complete Elmore: Volume I is an autobiography of the legendary TSR artist Larry Elmore that also contains every single piece of color artwork that he created in his entire career through...

Rolling Nostalgic: MARVEL SUPER HEROES

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TSR put out a lot of products in the 1980s. A LOT OF PRODUCTS. One of the best product lines that wasn’t named D&D was the Marvel Super Heroes role-playing game. Simple to...

Celluloid Sirens: Yvonne Craig

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Early Years Yvonne Joyce Craig was born in Taylorville Illinois, on May 16, 1937. She spent most of her adolescence living in Columbus, Ohio, but moved to Dallas Texas with her family...

KID CHAMELEON: Sega’s Forgotten Hero

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Back To The 90s With the launch of the Sega Genesis Classic/Mini on the horizon, it has made me wistful of the early days of the system. The iconic grid pattern on...

Rolling Nostalgic: STAR WARS — Escape The Death Star

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When Star Wars was a surprise box office smash in 1977, Kenner had to scramble to put out toys and games in order to meet the demand for Christmas 1977. One of...
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