Taking the Man Men Yourself game one step beyond.
To promote the third season of Mad Men, AMC has a new website that allows you to create an avatar in “Mad Men” style. You can dress up as Don, Peggy, Joan, Roger or create someone new! I created myself sharing a drink with Don Draper (of course, darling!). You can save the image as a thumbnail for Twitter, a medium size for your iPhone and a full-size for your desktop.
Just go to www.madmenyourself.com and have fun! You will spend a lot of time playing dress-up.
The illustrations are done by the fabulous Dyna Moe, illustrator extraordinaire and a swell gal.
Be sleek, be stylish, be yourself!
In memory of Walter Cronkite, here is a clip from What’s My Line, with Charles Collingwood, Douglas Edwards, Eric Sevareid, and Robert Trout. They were a part of the CBS news team covering the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. It originally aired on August 12, 1956.
A tongue-in-cheek version of “Little Red Riding Hood” set to the music of “Autumn Leaves,” with Tad Tadlock.
Attention all Mad Men fans! The DVD of Season 2 will be released tomorrow, Tuesday, July 14th. This Golden Globe®-winning series for Best TV Drama is definitely worth owning!
Gale Storm, one of television’s early stars, died last Saturday at the age of 87. After appearing in many B-movie roles, she rose to stardom in 1952 with the hit series, My Little Margie (1952-1955). During her second hit TV show, The Gale Storm Show (1955-1960), she had three hit records, “I Hear You Knocking,” “Teenage Prayer” and “Dark Moon.”
Below is a clip of her singing “Dark Moon” from her television show, The Gale Storm Show-Oh Susanna!
Three legends… enjoy!
Julie London has one of the sexiest voice to ever come out of a woman! If her name doesn’t ring a bell, watch an episode of “Emergency!” She played Nurse Dixie McCall.