Mar 11, 2013
Belleville News Democrat
Answer Man: Dead End Kids were tough off-screen too
Q. A thoughtful friend gave me a set of Bowery Boys DVDs. Whatever happened to Slip Mahoney, who used to mangle the English language, and some of the others? Weren't they originally called the Dead End Kids? What started as a hard-hitting stage drama quickly produced a group of young actors who would be featured in nearly 100 films before their ... (more)
The Desert Sun
Reluctant 'Oomph' girl Ann Sheridan visited Palm Springs
In the early 1930s, soon-to-be popular actress Ann Sheridan posed for a sunny photo shoot at Palm Springs' El Mirador Hotel.
The Jersey Journal
'Dead End Kids Double Feature' on DVD
"Hell's Kitchen" was the first of two films in which the Dead End Kids met future POTUS Ronald Reagan.
Jonathan Trew: An audience with James Cosmo
THERE is no excuse for melding with the sofa this weekend thanks to a delicious panoply of vibrant events taking place in the Central Belt.