Theater review: 'Present Laughter' a sophisticated escape Michael Cumpsty. / TRTC Written bySir Nöel Coward as a vehicle for his own multifaceted talents, the 1939 comedy “Present Laughter” has proven irresistible to many of the larger-then-life leading men of stage and screen, who find in its portrait of an aging matinee idol (and the people in his frantic orbit) just the sort of send-up they can sink their teeth into.
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Fast lane to the past NOCONA — Like a man who runs a candy store, Billy Dean Dobbs spends part of almost every day cleaning nose prints off the front windows. What’s inside is clearly irresistible.
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Terry Taylor in The Associated Press Robert was a lovely man who truly had a zest for life,Sports Editor Terry Taylor said. "He had a twinkle in his eye, a sly sense of humor and, usually, a self-deprecating remark that made him an irresistible magnet for all of us. We loved...
Mel Brooks in Washington Post Tony brings the laughs, a certain charm, and an inescapable charisma,Brooks told the AP. "He's irresistible. Everybody likes Tony Danza."
John Edwards in FOXNews Congress' real power to end this war is to use its funding power. But while that's Congress' only real power, it is not the only power in America,Edwards said in a commencement speech at New England College. "The irresistible power of...