It's time once again for that world-famous, talent competition telecast. Yes, the Oscars. Also called The Gay Super Bowl. And Hollywood Prom Night. This year, however, it's more like Hollywood Prom Night -- at a school before court-ordered desegregation took effect. Did you get a look at all the nominated actors and actresses? I haven't seen a more Caucasian group since The Von Trapp Family Singers in The Sound of Music.
Oh, well. That's Hollywood. For now.
If you want some Oscars-related movie entertainment before entertainment reporters start asking "Who did your dress?" during Red Carpet TV coverage, I have a couple of DVD tips for you. This is a fun DVD double feature that's good for grins with friends this Oscar weekend.
When I cut the short podcast attached below, my first pick was not on DVD. Well, it is now. It stars the late, talented and handsome Hollywood actor, Stephen Boyd.
These two old movies are way better than this year's The Wedding Ringer starring Kevin Hart and Johnny Depp as Mortdecai. Trust me on this. Enjoy the Oscars Sunday night, Feb. 22nd, on ABC. Check out the ABC website for the Oscars®, which has printable lists of the nominees, here:
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