This Redenbacher Family Portrait was staged for a 1983 advertising campaign for the Redenbacher brand of popcorn. It was the first time Gary, seated on floor in the lower left, was featured in a promotion. The top row, from left, is Orville's son-in-law Jim Tuminello with wife Gail Redenbach…
Scrooge McDuck and Goofy Star as Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Jacob Marley in Disney's "Mickey's Christmas Carol" in 1983
Scrooge McDuck and Goofy star as Ebenezer Scrooge and the Ghost of Jacob Marley in Disney's "Mickey's Christmas Carol" in 1983.
Comedian Steve Martin Get a Kiss Backstage from Missy the Poodle, the Pet of Singer Eydie Gorme, far right, as Actress Judith Ivy and Steve Lawrence Appear Amused
Comedian Steve Martin, left, gets a kiss from Missy the Poodle, the pet of singer Eydie Gorme, far right, as Tony award winning actress Judith Ivy, second left, greets the guests, including Gorme's husband Steve Lawrence, backstage at New York's Carnegie Hall in this June 17, 1983 photo.
Actor Matthew Henerson admits being a little confused when his agent said a New York casting team was flying to Los Angeles to audition him for a role in their planned national Broadway tour of "Flashdance The Musical."
This Oct. 28, 1983 file photo from NBC-TV features entertainer Steve Allen, joined by singers Patti Page (left) and Dinah Shore, promoting a television special saluting favorite variety shows to air for the holidays.
Imogene Coca, Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo in a scene in "National Lampoon's Vacation" in 1983.
Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini, right, WBA lightweight champion, clasps hands with Sylvester Stallone in New York in March 11, 1983, after announcing plans for a film for Stallone's Tiger Eye Ltd. production company, based on the life of Mancini.
Friends Carol Burnett and Elizabeth Taylor are shown Jan. 22, 1983, talking with press about making their debut in 'pay television' together when they star as women drawn together after their divorces in 'Intimate Strangers,' a comedy-drama movie for HBO.
Performing and show business is all about timing. It's one of the reasons local claim-to-fame Nick Gaza, the nationally known TV comedian who is originally from East Chicago, says it's a great time to be funny.
Performing and show business is all about timing.
Child actor Clarke Hallum, who's cast as the wide-eyed coveted lead role of Ralphie in the new stage production "A Christmas Story, The Musical!," said some of the best performance advice he's received to prepare is to "relax and remember to just be a kid."
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