By Mark Frauenfelder at 3:59 pm Thu, Sep 2, 2010
Pete Emslie at Fan Expo 2010
Apparently I can’t stop looking at it either. I scroll down the page, and there it is again. ;)
I removed the extra.
still stupefying indeed, like he says on his blog. what a moment.
Ah, Mark. Remember our night with Ms. Newmar? I’ll never forget….
Hard to believe Ms. Newmar is 77. Simply astounding.
True. She doesn’t look a day over 73.
Okay, fine. So be it. I get to be the asshole who is first to say, “Kinda funny-lookin’, ain’t they?”
Maybe not quite the wide pop-culture appeal of this one: http://blog.beliefnet.com/crunchycon/liza%20wedding.jpg
…but still, we’re Down In The Valley, Valley So Uncanny…
Well, I was going to be a little more diplomatic and say “that’s not a flattering look”. I think it’s the pulled-back hair combined with the grimace.
But I’m with you on that…
Pete looks like a cartoonist.
The sound of leaf blowers
Newmar fans should seek out “Seduction of a Nerd.” It’s an oddball campy film with a cool Quincy Jones soundtrack. Troma re-released a while back.
Is it just me or do they both look a little freaked out?
They probably look freaked out because they were being photographed with a very wide angle lens probably up very close, that’s the reason Pete looks like he has a tiny head.
Thanks for everything, Julie Newmar
She is still hot.
Julie has an autistic son who is blind and deaf. There was a beautiful spread in “Next” magazine a while back about the garden she designed and maintains specifically for him.
that’s a hell of a ventriloquist act.
Who’s the ventriloquist, and who’s the dummy?
That’s what’s so great about it – it looks like both of them are dummy and ventriloquist at the same time.
This could sound like an insult, but since he’s a cartoonist maybe it’s a compliment: He has the features and proportions of a real-life Wallace (of Wallace & Gromit).
“I can’t stop looking at this photo…”?
The genius of Madame Tussaud.
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