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April 3, 2011 by  
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(ed: you should all know Andrew Sandoval as the genius compiler of
information for all of the Monkees reissue products on Rhino – his book is=

a masterwork!)

From: Andrew Sandoval

Hi there:

Longtime listener, first time caller – Andrew Sandoval here. My 15 year in
the making Monkees book will finally be available in the United States on J=
uly
5, 2005. However, East Coast fans can get a copy a month early at a special
event I am doing on June 2 at the Port Washington library. Here’s a link to=

the
library: http://www.pwpl.org/

A friend of mine runs a fine music series at the Port Washington Public
Library and has invited me to preview my book alongside some rare and uniss=
ued
Monkees audio and video bits direct from my archive. I will be there on
Thursday
night, June 2nd at 8pm and I believe the event is free. I will also be
happy to
discuss any of my other reissue or musical work at this Q&A presentation. I
welcome any and all of you to come by and say hello. I’m not from the area,=

but
I am told it is pretty easy to get to from NYC.

The organizer of the event is named Tony and he can be emailed with more
questions ttraguardo@yahoo.com

I will also be doing an event in July in Los Angeles when the book comes ou=
t.
I’ll keep you posted on that.

Andrew

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From: “Senorita Estrella”

For Micky’s 100th show at CBS-FM, he (along with his band) will be
broadcasting live from B.B. King’s Blues Club and Grill in Times Square. It=

will be on June 3rd from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Eastern. The show is said=

to be free, but those wanting to attend will still need a ticket.

For more information on getting your ticket or the 100th show itself, go to=

the CBS-FM website:
http://www.wcbsfm.com/personalities/dolenz_micky-100.php

Estrella
http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/monkees-update/

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From: “Mark Withall”

MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS

Television has played such a huge part in all our lives, right down the
years from childhood through to today. Perhaps “The Monkees” was one of
those programmes you used to always watch after rushing home from a day at=

school in the 1960/70s, and the memory of which has stayed with you? If
so, there’s an event you are not going to want to miss.

Cult TV are extremely proud to announce that one of the stars of The
Monkees, Peter Tork, will be one of the guests at the 12th Annual Cult TV
Festival taking place in Birmingham, UK, between October 28th and 31st 2005=
.

THE HISTORY BIT

Every year since 1994, the Cult TV Festival has entertained its attendees
with a whole host of guests from right across the television spectrum. For=

those of you unfamiliar with the Festival, here’s some background.

The Festival itself covers a broad range on TV programming from SF to
comedy, action adventure to animation, children’s series to drama,
including series that you particularly search the TV listings for because
of their quality, but perhaps seem unknown to most people. The sort of
show that you view more than once, and perhaps buy the DVDs and merchandise=

for. Put simply, the Festival covers extraordinary fictional television.

The Cult TV Festival is a charity event run by fans for fans. In the
previous 11 years we have raised GBP 41,000 (equivalent to 58,000 Euros or=

US$ 75,000) for charity.

CULT TV 2005

The Festival runs from noon Friday (28th) to noon Monday (31st) which,
because the clocks go back one hour during the weekend, means 73 hours of
non-stop entertainment and fun.

Guests can be from both in front of and behind the camera, as once again is=

proved this year from those announced so far. Aside from Peter Tork, they
include:

John Saxon who has appeared in numerous TV series and who guest starred on=

“The Six Million Dollar Man” and over 100 feature films including =91Enter=

the Dragon’ with Bruce Lee.

Kim Darby, who appeared as “Miri” in the classic “Star Trek” episode of the=

same name; she also appeared in the classic John Wayne western “True Grit”,=

making her first UK event appearance.

Tanya Roberts, who was one of “Charlie’s Angels”, as well as starring in=

numerous action films and the sit-com “That 70s Show”.

Pamela Sue Martin, Fallon from “Dynasty”, and the star of the 1970s “Nancy=

Drew Mysteries”, who is making her first-ever European event appearance.

Guests who have worked on the BBCtv series “Doctor Who”, both the original=

series that ran 26 years and the brand new series that started a few weeks=

ago here in the UK. These include new series Director, Brian Grant,
William Russell, Michael Keating (who was also Vila in “Blake’s 7”), Phil=
ip
Madoc, Michael Sheard, and the producer of the audio adventures “Doctor Who=

Unbound”, John Ainsworth.

Check out the Cult TV website at www.cult.tv – click on the purple column
and then “Star Guests 2005” for a full list of guests so far announced, as=

the list is growing by the week, or alternatively go directly to the list
at: http://www.cult.tv/index.php?cm_id=3D35&cm_type=3Dsection.

As with all events of this type, all guests appear subject to work and
personal commitments.

HAVE YOU EVER WANTED MORE?

The guests are just one facet to this Festival. Cult TV is a multi-stream=

event, with many things happening at the same time throughout the weekend.

Cult TV Festival registration gives you:

=B7 Fully researched celebrity guest interviews;

=B7 Themed parties on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights;

=B7 The 12th Annual Cult TV Awards Ceremony (Saturday night);

=B7 Sunday night star cabaret (including Peter Tork, and Mitch Benn, star o=
f
BBC Radio 4’s “The Now Show”);

=B7 Workshops, demonstrations and discussion groups;

=B7 A “Fanstrand” containing fun, games, discussion groups, and all sorts o=
f
fan activities;

=B7 Quizzes and ice-breaking events;

=B7 Screenings of archive TV series, as well as some premieres;

=B7 Quality merchandise dealers;

=B7 A 40 page Festival brochure, delegate pack and souvenir badge;

=B7 Autographs (including free ones on the event brochure and possibly on
personal items, depending on the guest). Photos will also be available for=

signing for a nominal charge. (Please note that Autographs are subject to=

availability and are not guaranteed for every attendee. Attendees are
allowed to join the line to get their autographs in registration number
order, unless they have bought the Goldmember package – limited to 50 only=

– for an additional cost).

Because at the time of booking we cannot guarantee on which day any one
guest will be at the event, if they are not appearing for the whole
weekend, or on stage for their interview, to avoid disappointment we only
sell a full weekend registration, the price of which is GBP 99.00 for the
first 500 registrations, after which the price increases to GBP 125.00
(lower child rates are available). The Goldmember Package, which also
includes seating in the front three rows, and a limited edition Gold
Brochure, is an additional GBP 50.00 per person.

Costs for accommodation and food are not included, but has been negotiated=

at a very reasonable three night package rate.

IS CULT TV EASY TO FIND?

The Festival is being held at the Renaissance Solihull Hotel, Birmingham,
UK. This is around 5 miles by road from the National Exhibition Centre
(NEC), Birmingham International Airport and the Birmingham International
Rail Station that serves both of these venues. That station is on the rail=

line from London’s Kings Cross Station. It is possible to take the short=

taxi ride to the hotel from Birmingham International. A second railway line=

serves Solihull itself on the line between London Marylebone Station and
Birmingham New Street; the hotel is just half a mile from Solihull station.

HOW DO I BOOK?

You can book online, or download and print off a booking form, at:
http://www.cult.tv/index.php?cm_id=3D610&cm_type=3Darticle

If you book online by debit/credit card there is a one-off fee of GBP 3.00=

per booking (not per person). Cult TV will arrange your on-site
accommodation for you – just tell us what you require.

Should you have any questions you can e-mail the organisers at
festival@cult.tv.

Cult TV also has an online discussion forum at www.culttv.info, so if you
have any questions or wish to join in with the current discussion topics
please register there and ask away!

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From: “Aaron Handy III”

Once more, a member of The Monkees’ vast film & TV repertoire leaves
us.

Actress Elisabeth Fraser died of congestive heart failure May 5 in
Woodland Hills, Calif. She was 85.

A memorial service will be held 1 p.m., Friday, May 20 in The Louis
B. Mayer Theater at The Motion Picture & Television Fund, 23388
Mulholland Dr., Woodland Hills.

Fraser, who often played a brassy blonde gal, was known for her
roles as Shelley Winters’ pal in A Patch Of Blue and as Phil
Silvers’ girlfriend on The Phil Silvers Show.

A Brooklyn native, she began her career in 1940 on Broadway, just
six weeks out of high school. She was cast in the role of the
ingenue in There Shall Be No Night with Alfred Lunt and Lynn
Fontanne. The play won the 1940-41 Pulitzer Prize, and she won a
contract at Warner Bros.

Some of her roles on Broadway through the 40s, 50s and 60s included
The Russian People, The Family, Tunnel of Love and The Best Man.”
She was featured in over 30 films including: The Man Who Came to
Dinner, Death of a Salesman, Two for the Seesaw, and The Glass
Bottom Boat.

Fraser appeared extensively on TV in shows including the Four Star
Playhouse and Kraft Theater and later on Bewitched, The Addams
Family, Maude and The Monkees.

A collection of her showbiz memorabilia from stage, film and
television is on display at the Library of Performing Arts in the
Lincoln Plaza Center.

She is survived by three daughters. Donations may be made to the
ASPCA.

We Monkeefans shall forever cherish the memory of Fraser’s guest
role as The Judge in Episode 34 of The Monkees, “The Picture Frame
(a.k.a. “The Band Contest”).

To absent friends…

Aaron Handy III

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From: [VIDEORANCH NEWS]

Nez writes about Douglas Adams at IGN.com

Greetings!

Beginning today, IGN.com is running a piece called The Hitchhiker’s Guide=

to Douglas Adams. It’s a series of anecdotes about Douglas written by
friends and colleagues. It includes a nice little piece written by Nez, and=

we thought you might like to read it.

http://filmforce.ign.com/articles/607/607319p1.html

Sincerely,

Your friends at Videoranch.com

www.videoranch.com
vrforeman@videoranch.com
8 Harris Court, Suite C1
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: 831-373-3100
Fax: 831-373-3103
Toll Free: 866-727-2639

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From: Aaron Handy III

Hey-Hey! For the first time in 3 years, The Monkees TV show will return to=

cable & satellite as in June as part of Nick at Nite’s 20th Anniversary
Schedule!! Here’s the official message:

Get those VCRs and other recording devices ready for Nick and Nite’s 20th
anniversary weekend on June 25 and 26 which will be aired on TV Land. Note=

that the schedule begins with what Nick at Nite aired back in 1985 and then=

goes through the years and ends with what is currently aired today. Several=

episodes will be aired.

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From: Tim Powers

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Henry Corden, the man who provided the voice of Fred
Flintstone for more than two decades, has died at age 85.

Corden’s agent says the actor died last night at A-M-I Encino Hospital with=

his wife by his side.

After making a few movies in the 1940s and 1950s, Corden moved into voice
acting in the 1960s. He had bit parts in cartoons such as “Jonny Quest,”
“Josey and the Pussycats” and “The New Tom & Jerry Show.”

He took over as the lovable loudmouth Fred Flintstone when original voice
Allen Reed died in 1977.

Corden, who lived in Encino, had been working until about three months ago.

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