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It was after the 985th "Arsenio Hall Show" on Paramount's Stage 29. The staff at Arsenio Hall Communications was working late into the night doing double duty preparing the 1,000th show, an…
General Hospi-Tale" was a hit song in 1981, when ABC's serial "General Hospital" exploded as a phenomenon, drawing the largest daytime TV audience in history, 17 million viewers in 12 million homes…
Frank Sinatra's fire-and-brim-stone relations with the press were a pact with the Devil. He no sooner won his release from Tommy Dorsey than he hired George Evans as his press agent.
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