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The boarding school is devoted to finding academically gifted low-income girls in South Africa and then nurturing their leadership abilities. Obviously, Oprah's pursuing a noble goal with the project, and she occasionally looks to other celebrities for help with promoting the school. Knowing that Angelina Jolie has a deep and abiding love for Africa, Oprah invited her to lend a hand in promoting the school. Jolie supposedly flatly refused.
This one hasn't had any resolution yet, but you can be sure of one thing: when the dust clears, Oprah's going to come out on top. Ethan Trex grew up idolizing Vince Coleman, and he kind of still does. Ethan co-writes Straight Cash, Homey , the Internet's undisputed top source for pictures of people in Ryan Leaf jerseys. Americans might know David Hasselhoff best as the star of pre-peak television series Knight Rider and Baywatch. In June Hasselhoff released Looking for Freedom , an album with a title track that seemed to speak directly to citizens in European countries seeking democracy.
On November 9, , the Berlin Wall fell. Was it coincidence, or did Hasselhoff help incite a revolution? In a new interview with Time , Hasselhoff takes no credit for that seismic change in Germany, despite the fact that some of the actor's fans have knitted the two memories—his popularity and the dissolution of the wall—together, leading some to believe he was partly responsible.
Some of the same people who began chipping away at the wall dividing East and West Germany had been humming the song for months prior. Some have even told Hasselhoff his music helped inspire change.
Others held up signs thanking him for the fall of the wall. The wall, of course, came down rather abruptly , shortly after a premature announcement that East Germans could take advantage of relaxed travel restrictions, and Hasselhoff demurs when asked if he played a role. There was the guy from Knight Rider singing a song about freedom.
I was just in the right place at the right time with the right song. I was just a man who sang a song about freedom. Hasselhoff recently returned to Berlin for another series of concerts to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the wall being torn down. And while the show itself was very family-friendly and wholesome, the antics behind the scenes of the long-running series weren't always so PG-rated. Michael Landon had gone prematurely grey during his Bonanza days, while he was still in his twenties, and used Clairol Medium Ash Brown to color his crowning glory.
He continued using the same product once he started on Little House on the Prairie , dyeing his hair himself. But the scorching, unrelenting sun in Simi Valley, California where the series shot would turn his hair an odd shade of lavender after a few days, which caused production delays lights would have to be adjusted so as to not reflect on his head. Eventually Landon gave in and allowed a professional on the set to color his hair. When she auditioned for the role of Caroline Ingalls, she did so as Gabriel Tree, her stage name at the time. On most days, the mercury hit triple digits—and the young actresses were clad from head to toe in heavy cotton stockings, petticoats, pinafores, and bonnets.
Both Alison Arngrim , who played Nellie Oleson, and an assistant director passed out from the heat on the very first day of filming. Those instances when Laura was seen pulling a drumstick out of her tin lunch pail at school? Finally it was decided that a custom-made wig would be more humane, not to mention both time- and cost-effective. Frogs were also a big hit. People would freak out.
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Bush hastily awoke the napping Sidney and quickly put her little shoes back on … unfortunately, on the wrong feet. Michael Landon thought it was adorable when she tripped and hit the ground and left it in the sequence. Landon never passed up an opportunity to appear shirtless on camera, which is why Pa never broke an arm or leg in any of his farming mishaps, only a rib or two.
He also reportedly preferred to go au naturel underneath his tight-fitting prairie trousers. It was a warm place. Bateman said that Landon influenced him both as a director and as a sort of father figure.
Gilbert remained polite and professional while working with Landon on the set after he married Clerico, but she stopped socializing with him after hours. She later found out from Ron that the crew usually went through two cases of Coors beer per day while working. Yet both Arngrim and Gilbert said that despite all the alcohol consumption going on, no one neither cast nor crew ever appeared to be the least bit tipsy, nor did their work suffer. He left the show in to star as a small-town Georgia police chief in sitcom Carter Country , which was sort of a comedic version of In the Heat of the Night.
And in , French joined Landon in Highway to Heaven. During the fourth season, Mary Ingalls went blind. Despite the set being mostly drama-free, Grassle did have one issue with Landon. In the late s, the production moved from a Paramount soundstage to MGM. We were dancing around, singing the song, pretending to be Dorothy! Thankfully, Pa Ingalls saves the day.
The fires destroyed a replica of the Ingalls' homestead, which had long been a tourist attraction. It also wiped out a lot of cattle. In May , lightning propelled another destructive fire on the ranch.
No actual link has ever been admitted or proven publicly, but there have been murmurings for years that the number of cancer cases among Little House actors and crew members may have some connection to the chemical and radioactive contamination in that area. The climactic scene occurs shortly after Laura discovers that Nellie can, in fact, walk and has been faking her paralysis just to get attention.
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She gets her revenge by taking Nellie to the top of a hill in her wheelchair and giving her an almighty shove. In reality, Arngrim had recently broken her wrist in a skateboarding accident, so the plaster cast on her arm was real. And while a stunt double was used for the shot where Nellie flew out of the chair and into the pond, Arngrim was required to ride the rickety, s-era wooden wheelchair down a rocky slope so she could be filmed screaming for the close-ups. Although on the show Laura was 17 when she married Almanzo Wilder, in real life Melissa Gilbert was a very innocent, romantically inexperienced year-old whose first kiss was on a sound stage.
The thought of having to cuddle in bed with him after the pair had wed on the series was even more frightening to the teenager. Unfortunately his effort had a cringe-worthy opposite effect on Gilbert, and she pleaded with Michael Landon afterward for any romantic scenes between Laura and Almanzo to be limited to hugs or a peck on the cheek. But he and Alison Arngrim were great friends and used to swap passionate, open-mouth kisses during their love scenes just because they knew it grossed Melissa Gilbert out.
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Not only did Landon play a lead role, but he also wrote, directed, and produced many of the episodes. He continued his directing and producing career in Highway to Heaven , which debuted in In real life, Landon ordered the sets to be blown to bits. That would get the buildings all in pieces and you still can bring in your equipment to pick up the debris and cart it away.
There were lots of tears when we finally blew up the town. The actors had all become very attached to their own buildings, so it was very emotional. We did it all in one day. During the final season, a new family, the Carters, move into the homestead. Ivar played head-of-the-family John Carter. He supposedly has the set in storage or in his barn. At one point he tried to donate the set to Walnut Grove, Minnesota, but Ed Friendly, the owner of the Prairie brand, blocked it.
The replica home might be gone, but at least the original still exists. Today, Little House on the Prairie can be seen in countries, including France. Her family was so poor when she was young that, as a schoolgirl, Oprah was teased for wearing dresses made of potato sacks. In , Oprah spoke openly about surviving childhood sexual abuse on a special episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show focusing on the topic.
Just not all at once. You have been my greatest teachers.
Success is much better. That's the truth. If he doesn't want you, nothing can make him stay. Fall down. The world looks different from the ground. I want to love like a dog, with unabashed devotion and complete lack of concern about what people do for a living, how much money they have, or how much they weigh.
It's what you feel.