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Mitzi Shore Dies At 87: Comedy Store Owner Helped Launch Careers Of Many Top Comics

Mitzi Shore Dies At 87: Comedy Store Owner Helped Launch Careers Of Many Top Comics

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Mitzi Shore, the owner of the influential comedy club The Comedy Store and the “godmother” of the Los Angeles stand-up comedy scene, died Wednesday in Los Angeles. She was 87. As noted in a report from Deadline, Shore, who co-founded The Comedy Store in 1972, served as a “matriarch” for many future comedy stars, as the likes of David Letterman, Jay Leno, Robin Williams, Jerry Seinfeld, Sam Kinison, Chevy Chase, and Jim Carrey all performed on her stage during their early days in stand-up comedy. She was also the mother of actor and comedian Pauly Shore, the youngest of her four children and the only one who became a comedian, according to the Los Angeles Times.Click here to continue and read more... The Inquisitr
Ordeal by Innocence house owner describes BIZARRE experiences in new Agatha Christie drama

Ordeal by Innocence house owner describes BIZARRE experiences in new Agatha Christie drama

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THE OWNER of the house used in the TV Agatha Christie drama Ordeal By Innocence has described the bizarre experience of sharing his home for five months with a film crew. Sir Ludovic Shaw Stewart says oddities ranged from bumping into star Bill Nighy making coffee, finding a coffin in his drawing room and hearing deathly screams late at night. Daily Express :: TV and Radio Feed
‘Pulp Fiction’ Real Estate On Sale, But Quentin Tarantino Not Listed As Owner By Media Source

‘Pulp Fiction’ Real Estate On Sale, But Quentin Tarantino Not Listed As Owner By Media Source

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Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L Jackson, John Travolta, Pulp Fiction, True Blood, Six Feet Under, neighbor, neighborhood, real estate, house, movie, film, Hollywood, Studio City, Glendale, fans, celebrities, entertainment, history, cult classic, Alan Ball Fans that love the movie Pulp Fiction by Quentin Tarantino can now buy a home featured in the film for an estimated $ 1.4 million. However, the Pulp Fiction franchise will not benefit from the sale of the home, and, unlike the movie, the real life owner is not Quentin Tarantino. According to the source, The Agency Real Estate, the home used in the Pulp Fiction movie is a quaint dwelling in the Studio City neighborhood of Los Angeles. Despite the normal-looking appearance of the exterior, this home is a star in the cult classic, Pulp Fict...