- "War of the Worlds" Dimple Party.
to right Joe Valdez, David Tea, Donna
Jeffreys, Linda Chapman, Sandra Giles,
Larry Leverett, Ann
Sharman Kanter, Troy Cory, Josie Cory and
Chapman. Photo 02: The Dimple Girls with
Troy Cory and Larry Leverett. Others
Piller. Lee Van
Cleef, Sal, Regina, Larry & Jon,
Caruth C. Byrd, / Michelle Ma / Frankie
Anne, Larry with Kelli &
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official -- Tom Cruise is set to star in the "War of the
Worlds" remake and shooting will begin in
November and you heard it here first, many,
many months ago! Larry and I have not only been
covering the progress of this project but we also
covered the special 50th Anniversary Gala and
screening of the original sci-fi classic that took
place at The Vista Theatre on November 25, 2003 --
the exact date that the film originally
Hills' best kept secret is Sandra Piller and Larry
Flynt's Supper Cabaret
----- On Wednesday
nights you can catch gorgeous actress and dancer
Sandra Giles. She used to cruise around Hollywood
and Beverly Hills in her pink '57 T-Bird with the
pink mink interior, and now the Eternal Starlet,
gorgeous, Sandra can be seen at Larry Flynt's
Supper Cabaret Club.
----- Sandra, who was
the star of many hit musical films of the 50's and
'60's, not only got to party with Sammy Davis Jr.
and James Dean, but she also dated Frank Sinatra,
Omar Shariff, Michael Caine, Trini Lopez, David
Janssen, and Elvis Presley! Yes, Sandra knew how to
have a good time and she's still partying! Sandra
can also be seen at the Marina City Club in Marina
del Rey on Friday, Sept. 3 at 7:00 p.m. to 1:00
a.m. Sandra's party promises to have plenty of
dancing and lots of great music.
----- West & East
Coast Swing, along with Salsa, Disco, the Hustle
and much more will keep the crowd grooving all
night. Complimentary dance lessons will be
conducted by Leba. Music will be provided by D.J.
Some of the western
personalities that have passed away since the last
Golden Boot Awards were also honored at this years'
event. They included Charles Bronson, Jack Elam,
Ronald Reagan and Les Tremayne (who also starred in
"War of the Worlds"). In the early 1980s, veteran
movie sidekick Pat Buttram first conceived the
Golden Boot Award as a way to recognize the
achievements of cowboy film heroes and heroines, as
well as writers, directors, stunt people and
character actors who had significant involvement in
film and TV westerns.
from the Golden Boot Awards
benefitthe health and
human services, retirement and child care programs
of the Motion Picture & Television Fund in
-----Just because we
like him so much we are going to add this quick
quote from George Lucas regarding his popular "Star
Wars" films (which Donna doesn't like by the way)
-- Lucas says, "Popcorn pictures have always ruled.
Why do people go see them? Why is the public so
stupid? That's not my fault."
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