Who Would You Like To Have Dinner With? - News- Who would YOU like to have dinner with?News-, OH - May 9, 2008I once had dinner with the late actress Jayne Mansfield at the former Willo Plaza Restaurant, which space is now occupied by the parking lot at Lowe's. ...... Fri May 9, 2008, 12:54 pm
Books Turn Famous Texans Into Paper Dolls - Dallas Morning News Books turn famous Texans into paper dollsDallas Morning News, TX - 17 hours agoAnd most will also know, perhaps not quite able to conjure her name, that Marilyn Monroe look-alike, aka Jayne Mansfield ? or as one Law & Order fan ...... Mon May 5, 2008, 1:57 am
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Video Title: "Movie outtakes, rare w.c. fields film, marx bros., jayne mansfield with mickey rooney & more"
Description: "This is a collection of various outtakes, deleted scenes, promotional footage, and award show footage dating from the 1930's to 1950's. the highlight is the film from the 1958 golden globe awards i..."
"Unbelievable bad movie. However, movie is so unintentionally funny it is a must for people to see. The funniest member of the cast is not Jack Leonard, Jayne Mansfield or Phyllis Diller but Lauree Berger as one of the miscast teenagers with her awful singing and smerky dancing. Jayne Mansfield is cute as a modern day Daisy Mae trying to get Jack Leonard to marry her. Phyllis Diller is also amusing as Camille Salamander. Jack Leonard does well in dual roles. So, if you appreciate bad movies then see this one. Everyone do the Turtle."
"This movie is just plain awful.The combination of Jayne Mansfield, Phyllis Diller,a low budget,and rock and roll beach parties sounded like a sure bet.Instead,it's a real loser. The film is so self consciously 'hip' that it ends up being entirely devoid of humor.There are zero laughs,intentional or otherwise.This is most definitly NOT some under appreciated 'camp classic' If I made this film, I would disown it too.(Amazon needs to add a zero stars option)"
"These are the Masterpice Theater versions of the Jane Austen novels. They have been out on VHS for a long time but the VHS versions were cut and edited. The DVDs restore the shows to their original length.
I have yet to see any production of these novels that beats this set and that includes the A&E production of Pride & Prejudice. I would recomend this set to anyone interested in Jane Austen.."