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The Subway Vigilante

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-27

In 1984 on a NYC subway car four black youths asked asked an unassuming dorky looking white guy for $5. According to the four black guys, they were panhandling for money to play video games. According to the white guy, they were a...Read More

Cynthia Rothrock

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-26

“Rothrock, national gung fu forms champion in the 1980’s, parlayed a Kentucky Fried Chicken commercial into martial arts movie stardom. She was doing Hong Kong movies before Hong Kong movies were cool; before Hollywood...Read More

David Carradine

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-26

“David Carradine is probably best known for his role as “Kwai Chang Caine” in the 1970’s television show Kung Fu–a series that was originally supposed to star Bruce Lee. Studio heads felt Lee’s ...Read More

Jim Kelly

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-26

“‘Kung Fu Jim’ almost stole the show away from Bruce Lee in Enter the Dragon with his hip bad dude ‘tude and flashy martial arts skills. Hollywood took notice, and Kelly was soon starring in his own films. ...Read More

Sho Kosugi

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-26

“Sho Kosugi rode the 80’s ninja craze to stardom in aptly named movies like Enter the Ninja, Revenge of the Ninja, Ninja III: The Domination, 9 Deaths of the Ninja, well, you get the idea. But after the ninja craze die...Read More

Kato

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-24

Rocketed to fame during the O.J. Simpson trial as “The world’s most famous house guest.”...Read More

Jennifer Keaton

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-24

Tina Yothers played the cute and cuddly younger sister Jennifer Keaton on Family Ties until puberty turned her into a big, beefy beast and the show was cancelled....Read More

Tommy Bradford

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-24

During his television heyday, Willie Aames was the poster boy for high Hollywood living. From drugs (“It was everything: Quaaludes, mushrooms, cocaine, pot, alcohol, black beauties”) to sex (“I was the one who in...Read More

Michael Gray

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-21

Played Billy Batson in Shazam!, the classic 70’s Saturday morning show....Read More

Ron Palillo

Submitted by: Stuntpope
2001-04-21

From 1975 to 1979, he was Arnold Horshack on the highly popular sit-com Welcome Back, Kotter. “I was doing New York theatre when I was asked to audition for Horshack. My agent said, ‘They want four tough guys from New ...Read More