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International Business Times spoke to an expert on U.S. media to discuss the impact of "Barney Miller." Dr. Lance Strate is professor of communication and media Studies and associate chair for undergraduate studies at Fordham University in New York.
The first-year comedy about the shenanigans at a Brooklyn, N.Y., police precinct may have seemed like an unworkable idea in the beginning...A deliberately offbeat cast Saturday Night Live alum Andy Samberg as a an erratic, hyperactive squaddie with a
Gil Kerlikowske, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy As America's top drug cop, Gil Kerlikowske has a tough-guy image to maintain. He's been chief of police in Seattle and police commissioner in Buffalo, and he now oversees the
On August 24, 2012 longtime actor Steve Franken died in Los Angeles at the age of 80 as a result of cancer. He was born Stephen Robert Franken on May 27, 1932 in Queens, New York. A graduate
Veteran character actor George Murdock died on April 30 at the age of 81 in Los Angeles. He was born June 25, 1930 in Salina, Kansas. Throughout his career
Galleries It's March Madness, and that means televisions across the Bluegrass State are tuned to basketball. Some people are low-key about their entertainment setups, but others invest heavily in making sure their home entertainment system is
If ever a television series captured the gritty essence of police work, it wasn't Dragnet , with its just-the-facts dispassion, or Hill Street Blues , with its urban blight, or any version of Law & Order , with its gruesome crimes. It was a half-hour
If ever a television series captured the gritty essence of police work, it wasn't "Dragnet," with its just-the-facts dispassion, or "Hill Street Blues," with its urban blight, or any version of "Law & Order," with its gruesome crimes. It was a half-
The Essential Collection Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy made up one of the greatest comedy teams of all time. Fans of the duo can now enjoy 58 of their talking shorts and feature films that were produced by Hal Roach from 1929 through 1940.
It was the cherry on the hot fudge sundae that sparked the idea for the Red Skull's flaming red head. Mr. Simon turns up in one of six featurettes, also explaining how a conflict with Archie Comics character The Shield forced them to change the shape