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Raymond Burr

Raymond William Stacey Burr (May 21, 1917 – September 12, 1993) was a Canadian actor, primarily known for his title roles in the television dramas Perry Mason and Ironside.

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"We searched in vain for Raymond Burr."
I loved Perry Mason as a kid, and something that I always felt without ever quite being able to put my finger on...
People sometimes ask me why and I always make jokes referring to Bob Crane and Raymond Burr. 1/2
Raymond Burr enjoyed it when young men liberaled on him. uniteblue
When Stern and Billy West did the Raymond Burr skit I didn't see the LGBT go after them! Oh wait, we were America back then!
Photo: Raymond Burr brilliantly portrayed one of the greatest characters in TV history, Perry Mason.
I was pretty sure I couldn't get pregnant in the hot tub, but not a single mention of Bob Crane or Raymond Burr?
about him.It makes mestop and think about some people that have never had children,such as Raymond Burr,Charles Laughton,and Kathryn Hepburn
And with no further to do. A movie star that needs no further introduction. Ladies and Gentlemen; Godzilla! I grew up watching and loving the 1954 Toho Productions sci-fi classic Gojira. Only to be released a year later as Godzilla, King of the Monsters with Raymond Burr (TVs Perry Mason) as an American journalist who gets swept up in the 200 foot tall monster's destruction of Tokyo. You have to remember that this was a decade after the leveling of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the killing of tens of thousands by the most powerful weapon man has created. The Japanese were very opposed to the nuclear testing race between the United States and the then Soviet Union. The creation of Godzilla (God - Gorilla "A tribute to the original giant monster King Kong.") seemed only a logical answer nature's reply to man's quest to become the master of Earth. So Toho Productions followed up with about 60 Godzilla films and The Ultraman TV show. In most cases Godzilla was actually the friend of man and children; awakened ju ...
I suspect I'll succomb to the massive amount of GODZILLA promos flooding the airwaves, and see the film. That being said, Raymond Burr (aka Perry Mason) will always come to mind.
For this post and its questions I am using Four Godzilla films, because most of you are more familiar with them. I could also use several non-Godzilla examples such as: “Radon” into “Rodan”, or “The Great Space War” into “Battle in Outer Space”. When the American Producers of the 1956 “Godzilla, King of the Monsters” did their re-edit of the 1954 “Gojira”. They edited out scenes and added extensive footage with Raymond Burr as International Correspondent Steve Martin. The American re-edit had a running time of 81 minutes while the original Japanese film ran 98 minutes. So even with the additional footage of Raymond Burr. After the re-edit was completed “Godzilla, King of the Monsters” was 17 minutes shorter than Ishiro Honda’s classic. There wasn’t as much a time change when Warner Brother’s instructed Ib Melchior to make “Godzilla Raids Again” into his script “The Volcano Monsters”, but additional scenes were added as a backstory for Gigantis and Angurius. While ...
Seeing "A Place In a The Sun" (1951)..Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelly Winters, Raymond Burr and others. Love the black & white clSsics..
I'm excited about the new Godzilla movie. I loved the original with Raymond Burr in the fifties. Never really got into the others that followed. My all time favorite monster of that era was Rodan, the pteranodon. A huge flying dinosaur was the coolest to my six year old mind. I also liked the original Mothra. I really liked the remake with Matthew Broderick, I bought it and I think It is really awesome. I like it because it is different. It looks like the new movie has not only Godzilla but maybe Rodan and a Mothra like creature. I'm giddy!
If you guessed Ray Milland from my previous post, then congrats on your film knowledge. Mr. Milland was another surprise for me (but I like the guy too much so I'm not going to be angry at him unless if I find a really bad film here) because he directed not one, but five films between 1955 and 1968, each one distinct from the other. Milland needs no introduction (anyone here seen The Lost Weekend or Dial M for Murder?): a wonderful actor that surprising became a really good director for films and television, but let me start off in the beginning, with Milland's first film he directed and starred in titled A Man Alone (1955). The basic plot for this film goes as follows: On foot after the mercy killing of his horse, Wes Steele (Ray Milland) finds a stagecoach and a number of dead passengers. He takes a horse and rides to Mesa. A corrupt banker, Stanley (Perry Mason himself Raymond Burr), and partner Joiner (Grandon Rhodes) discuss their stagecoach holdup with Clanton (Lee Van Cleef before he became famous ...
"It really made you believe in the universality of art to see all these pastoral types loving Lucille Ball and Raymond Burr. I was looking forward to the day when America extends its glorious civilization to other solar systems. There they’ll be—all those intergalactic types—watching Lucille Ball and Raymond Burr in rapt attention."
GOJIRA (1954) & GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS (1956) Seen on DVD. Many of us in the West grew up on the “original” GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS, with Raymond Burr, without ever realizing that it was a chopped and re-edited movie with new scenes shot for American audiences, and that there was a darker, more symbolic and politically charged version preceding it. The 1956 GODZILLA had originally been 1954’s GOJIRA, with no Raymond Burr and no diminishment of the social and political resonances that were missing from the American re-edit. In 1954, Japan was a mere 9 years from having been the target of two atomic bombs, a distance in time briefer than we are now to the World Trade Center destruction. Japan, and the rest of the world, was deeply troubled by the ramifications and possibilities of atomic warfare and the academic-sounding but horrifying phrase, “mutual assured destruction.” Thousands of Japanese citizens still bore the physical signs of the A-bomb attack, in wounds and in radiat ...
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My ex-wife had a real Raymond Burr fetish. She'd make me get in a wheelchair nude and then call me "Ironside"
over 400 ft tall in the Raymond Burr version.
3 - Station West (1948): Underrated noir antihero *** Powell stars as a government investigator looking into the deaths of two soldiers. The trail leads him to a sexy saloon singer played by noir goddess Jane Greer (Out Of The Past). What you have here is a film noir plot more or less transposed unaltered to a western setting, with familiar noir faces (Raymond Burr, Steve Brody, Regis Toomey) popping up in every scene.
By the way - the original Raymond Burr-less Godzilla is free on Amazon Prime right now
Honest im the only gojira fan that was a fan before the first teaser trailer that hasnt seen the original 1954 gojira ,but i iwn godzilla king of monsters with raymond burr
Now watching Godzilla, King of the Monsters! w/Raymond Burr. It's the first US produced version; remixed w/original film footage.
After GODZILLA, Bruce Goldstein from did a comparison betw 1954 original & 1956 American re-edit w/ Raymond Burr.
After he finished turning into Raymond Burr!
Young Raymond Burr is a stunningly attractive man.
I've seen this movie (and Simpson's parody). It doesn't end well for Raymond Burr, or Ned Flanders.
Raymond Burr got another job after Perry Mason, what's you're feeble, blame it on someone else excuse? Alan Alda?
If I told you Richard Conte, Anne Baxter, Raymond Burr, Ann Southern, Jeff Donnell, George Reeves and Victor Sen Yung made a film together directed by Fritz Lang would you scratch your head and say WHAT? I watched it just once more this morning... sipping a Polynesian Pearl Diver. Nothing more campy than "Blue Gardenia"! But the best part is.
Mom's gonna be peeved she's missing this Raymond Burr movie.
And Raymond Burr the wolf gets brained with a poker. Who dunnit?
Apparently Raymond Burr quit 'Ironside' because he was tired of being pushed around.
.Raymond Burr & Chuck Berry used to have secret parties where they played Rage Against the Machine. cc
Perry Mason was played by Raymond Burr. This is clearly how Mason Raymond got his name.
and I can give you a ton of recs for FREE tasting. Alexander Valley Vineyards, Raymond Burr, Locals tasting room in Geyserville.
heh, with Raymond Burr? Yeah, that's not so good. The proper version is a great movie I think
Overheard: Prince is really Raymond Burr in a man's girdle...
Nineteen years after CBS bid adieu to its classic legal drama \"Perry Mason,\" starring Raymond Burr
if it has Raymond Burr in it, then it's not the original.
Americans fighting Godzilla. In the US release of the 1954 Godzilla, Hollywood's Raymond Burr was spliced into the original Japanese footage
Thinking the new Ironside does not have the same charisma as Raymond Burr — feeling unimpressed
Do you remember Unsolved Mysteries? I wonder if we can get Raymond Burr to narrate a future envelope.
The original was actually "Gojira" because it's Japanese, then America ruined it with Raymond Burr.
the last time I got the flu I watched 6 seasons of Raymond Burr playing Ironside.
If everyone was forced to watch the Raymond Burr version of the original Godzilla...Ferris Beuller's version would've been a blockbuster.
"Why don't you just zip your *** Raymond Burr!" . "I have no idea how to respond to that! F you!". "F me? F you!"
went 2 the late Raymond Burr's Orchid gardens on Fiji was so beautiful hd 2 share;-)how r u&Pippi?😊
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Raymond Burr is incredibly calm while observing the devastation in '54 Bryan Cranston looks a lot more stressed.
"Try and live your life the way you wish other people would live theirs." . . Raymond Burr
Just rescued a very sweet, tattered and injured, covered in burrs dog named Raymond Burr. Feel free to give to the Stracks Fund for his care
Okay "Blackout in Effect" is apparently code for strange Raymond Burr movie on when it is Birthday.
Once again, Jim has sent me an amazing list. How many names on this list do you know??? World War II is ancient history to too many of today's FB readers. Sterling Hayden, US Marines and OSS. Smuggled guns into Yugoslavia and parachuted into Croatia. James Stewart, US Army Air Corps. Bomber pilot who rose to the rank of General. Ernest Borgnine, US Navy. Gunners Mate 1c, destroyer USS Lamberton. Ed McMahon, US Marines. Fighter Pilot. (Flew OE-1 Bird Dogs over Korea as well.) Telly Savalas, US Army. Walter Matthau, US Army Air Corps., B-24 Radioman/Gunner and cryptographer. Steve Forrest, US Army. Wounded, Battle of the Bulge. Jonathan Winters, USMC. Battleship USS Wisconsin and Carrier USS Bon Homme Richard. Anti-aircraft gunner, Battle of Okinawa. Paul Newman, US Navy Rear seat gunner/radioman, torpedo bombers of USS Bunker Hill Kirk Douglas, US Navy. Sub-chaser in the Pacific. Wounded in action and medically discharged. Robert Mitchum, US Army. Dale Robertson, US Army. Tank Commander in North Africa und ...
I guess the best one to start with would be the OG with Raymond Burr.
Just sitting here thinking about Jessica Fletcher wearing soccer cleats and a spongebob square pants costume, while playing pacabels cannon on a harp, while buddy holly sings that'll be the day to Raymond burr ;) miss you Jerry Higginbotham
Not sure I'm down to watch Godzilla, King of the Monsters as well, but the thought of Raymond Burr playing Steve Martin amuses.
Eva Marie Saint is an American actress who has starred in films, and television in a career spanning seven decades. Saint was born in the City of Newark to Eva Marie (née Rice) and John Merle Saint. She attended Bethlehem Central High School in Delmar, New York, graduating in 1942, I was fortunate to get an inteview with this Star when she was in England filming a T.V. movie entitled “ The Curse of King Tut s Tomb “ Which Starred Raymond Burr in lead roles . The Curse of King Tut's Tomb is a 1980 British-American mystery thriller film directed by Philip Leacock and starring Eva Marie Saint, Harry Andrews and Paul Scofield, with Tom Baker. The English archaeologist Howard Carter and his financier, Lord Carnarvon discover after years of search the grave of Tut-Ench-Amun. Rumors about a curse that invites to anyone who disturbs the peace grave She told me that they had been filming in Egypt around the Pyramids but the interior locations were being shot in a War time Aircraft Hanger situated on t ...
You may be interested to know Godzilla King Monster with Raymond Burr is available on TCM on-demand ;-D I opted for Of Mice and Men!
I've been thinking of doing the original movie (or the Raymond Burr edited version) for some time now.
Yeah hobo seemed unnecessary. But Raymond Burr is a man that will be missed.
Haven't seen it, sorry. HEY... okay, sound like a hipster, but Gojira is free on Prime right now & it is GOOD. Raymond Burr-less
15 minutes into ep1 of Ironside & think every character is reprehensible. I liked Raymond Burr, you knew where you were with him
Re-edited and with new material added (all Raymond Burr scenes)
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ya I know but I never thought of it. Good ole Raymond Burr RIP from Saskatchewan.
it's just too perfect Perry Mason was played by Raymond Burr.
Erle Stanley Gardner selected Raymond Burr to play Perry Mason, and used Ventura's Courthouse (now City Hall) as...
Now on: Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (The one with Raymond Burr.) Not a great movie but still fun for Godzilla fans, of which I are one.
Raymond Burr & Godzilla both look very young in this film
Raymond Burr starred in a Godzilla movie in 1960. I imagine him thinking; What the *** has my career come to?
Awoke early to the original Godzilla edited to include Raymond Burr.
The Ironside pilot movie staring Raymond Burr first aired on March 28, 1967. Does it say something that I liked his version Best?
1967 - Raymond Burr starred in a TV movie titled "Ironside." The movie was later turned into a television series.
A 25-year-old Harrison Ford on a 1967 episode this morning of "Ironside," with Raymond Burr.
Just acquired my favorite classic rom-com- His Kind of Woman. Jane Russell is the only actress who has ever made my heart rate increase just watching her. Like. Holy *** Also, it has Raymond Burr, Robert Mitchum, and Vincent Price in one of his most fun roles. Great comedy and totally worth your time.
[ALL-TIME FAVORITES!] - Seeing isn't always believing. Now playing "Rear Window" - Directed by Alfred Hitchcock - James Stewart - Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter with Raymond Burr. 4 Academy Awards® winner including Best Director: Alfred Hitchcock, Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography. Through his Rear Window and the eye of his powerful camera he watched a great city tell on itself, expose its cheating ways...and Murder! "A murderer would never parade his crime in front of an open window." - Lisa
1. Fled like refugees, quick, not roughin' it 2. settled in spots with restrictive covenants 3. unenforced by complicit governments 4. speculators running it -- naw, I ain't lovin' it. 5. There’s a public enemy tryna get you outta Dodge, 6. but listen all of y’all, this is sabotage 7. sowing fear, so you flee, but believe you’re on Hajj 8. fool, the only Pharoahe you should follow is Monch 9. Your North Shore tour is boring and callous 10. in your boorish palace, lording with your phallus 11. say you’re from the Chi, like Papa George Halas 12. but stay away north, like Aurora Borealis 13. Live in traffic, bail for the golf course 14. psychosomatic male pattern baldness 15. material addict, crap is worthless 16. American Pastoral, hide the berserkness 17. Stowaways in ridiculous boxes, 18. frozen faces -- botulinium toxin 19. your freedom’s auctioned, the more you’re locked in 20. {beat} check it out, it’s elementary, Watson 21. you rowed off course; switch your coxswain 22. {beat} if you don ...
'Love Happy' features Raymond Burr, Eric Blore and in a blink and you will miss it moment Marilyn Monroe.
"Little bodies hate when big bodies fall on them." "Which is why Raymond Burr never married!"
I started season 7 of Perry Mason this week. Counting that season, I just have 3 seasons left. I'll miss Perry when I'm done. He's been like an old friend. MeTV also airs Ironside--maybe I'll start that next. Raymond Burr is one of those rare stars who had more than one successful series.
Walter Davis Pidgeon (September 23, 1897 – September 25, 1984) was an American actor of Canadian birth who starred in many films, including Mrs. Miniver, The Bad and the Beautiful, Forbidden Planet, Advise & Consent, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Funny Girl and Harry in Your Pocket. Born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Pidgeon was the son of Hannah (née Sanborn), a housewife, and Caleb Burpee Pidgeon, a haberdasher.[1] Pidgeon attended local schools and the University of New Brunswick, where he studied law and drama. His university education was interrupted by World War I, and he enlisted in the 65th Battery, Royal Canadian Field Artillery. Pidgeon never saw action, however, as he was severely injured in an accident. He was crushed between two gun carriages and spent seventeen months in a military hospital. Following the war, he moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where he worked as a bank runner, at the same time studying voice at the New England Conservatory of Music.[2] He was a classically trained bar ...
"Monster" play at the park! My clients are schooling all the other kids on Godzilla. And they only know Blk/Wht Raymond Burr Japan version;)
.My bad. It was the "Old Ironsides" tour. Raymond Burr gives little kids a spin in the wheelchair.
In original Godzilla (US print), Raymond Burr played a reporter named Steve Martin. In the new one, Steve needs to do a cameo as Burr.
We'll talk about Raymond Burr and Perry Mason when Barbara Hale join us soon on TV Confidential.
Not going to beat the ones starring Raymond Burr, but as long as it's better than the 1999 version with Matthew Broderick then I'll be happy...
He just found out about Raymond Burr.
Classic legal drama "Perry Mason," headlined by Raymond Burr, reached the 200-episode mark on this day in 1964.
In April--for its 60th anniversary(!)--they're releasing a newly remastered print of the original 1954 Godzilla to theaters. Really hope it plays Dryden or somewhere in Rochester. I'd love to check it out. I've seen the Americanized version of the original a few times, which is only 50% of the actual original Japanese Godzilla movie (an American production company bought the rights and shot a ton of footage with Raymond Burr inserted as a surrogate for western audiences). Feeling a sudden urge to cue up Blue Oyster Cult on Spotify.
The cold is getting to me, my favorite actor is now Raymond Burr.
Raymond Burr, age 76, died Sept 12, 1993, in Healdsburg, CA, from liver cancer. He is buried in Fraser Cemetery, New Westminster, BC, Canada.
Raymond Burr was *** Just learned. Awesome. I love finding out about *** Jewish, or communists actors that thrived in spite of times.
One of Alfred Hitchcock's greatest films, "Rear Window," was released 60 years ago this year...in 1954. It starred James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter, Wendell Corey, and Raymond Burr. What a thriller...and it has not last its dramatic impact after all these years.
Godzilla 60th Anniversary Poster Celebrate the re-release of Godzilla: The Japanese Original as it returns remastered and uncut for its 60th Anniversary. We have the trailer and poster, followed by all the details behind the return of the world's most iconic monster! A new restoration of Godzilla, the monster classic that has spawned six decades of sequels, imitations, and remakes, will debut April 12 at the fifth TCM Classic Film Festival in Hollywood, followed by a national release beginning at New York's Film Forum, April 18-24. Godzilla was originally released here in 1956 as Godzilla, King of the Monsters!, an atrociously cut, dubbed and re-edited version that inserted American actor Raymond Burr into the action; only an hour was used of the original's 98 minute running time. Raymond Burr does not appear in the original, uncut version, which has an all-Japanese cast including Takashi Shimura, who the very same year appeared as leader of the Seven Samurai. As directed by Ishirô Honda, with special ef ...
And by "original" Godzilla they mean the original Japanese theatrical cut. NO RAYMOND BURR. Sorry IRONSIDES fans.
Ok, watching a 70's TV show with Raymond Burr, David Hasselhoff and Leslie Nielson - one is the star, the other two are guest stars...what am I watching?
This is the international movie trailer for Godzilla 1985. It's pretty good and plus there's no Raymond Burr.
I did NOT know this! I actually enjoyed the version with Raymond Burr (even though it did seem odd to me that everyone else was dubbed). Had no idea that it was a shoddy knock off! I'll now have to find the original!
When it comes to Unsolved Mysteries hosts, Raymond Burr or bust.
well it was the return of RAYMOND BURR more than GODZILLA
Raymond is the Burr you often overlook, because he's not as fresh as Bill or as much of a classic as Aaron.
Lawyer William Sasso of discusses Raymond Burr, horseradish and meeting the pope. By
The one wrong note in this film for me is that Raymond Burr performance and how the character is allowed to bully the defendant.
Raymond Burr is showboating for the jury.
nice. the 1st movie I saw Grace Kelly in was "Rear Window'" with Raymond Burr(luv him) I was captivated by her beauty
He was also Paul Drake junior to the returning Raymond Burr's Perry Mason.
Raymond Burr version,Matthew Broderick vers or one who fought KingKong? ITS GODZILLA!
The great Raymond Burr, acting with more intensity watching Godzilla from afar than Matthew Broderick did from inside his mouth.
Buy Abandoned on DVD today ! Rare classic film-nior from 1949, starring Dennis O'Keefe, Gale Storm, Marjorie Rambeau, Raymond Burr and Will Kuluva
All dis wind outside given me the chills
Wow! ..the last time I heard overdubbing like that was in the 1954 version of Godzilla with Raymond Burr.
Next to North by Northwest, my favorite Hitch ... How can you not like a nosey photog with a broken leg eavesdropping on Raymond Burr!
Walter Pidgeon's Unusual "Perry Mason" Connection. What a fine actor Walter Pidgeon was. The Canadian native of St. John, New Brunswick Province, is best-known for his appearances in the Academy Award-winning film "Mrs. Miniver" with Greer Garson and "How Green Was My Valley" with Maureen O'Hara. But, Pidgeon also had a fascinating connection to Erle Stanley Gardner and "Perry Mason". From the St. John, New Brunswick website: "An avid reader of everything from the classics to Erle Stanley Gardner mysteries, he could talk knowledgeably about any subject that was raised in his hearing. When television grew in popularity he declined many times the roles offered him, as did the majority of the stars of Hollywood's golden years, but eventually he agreed to help out a friend in need. "In 1963, when Raymond Burr, playing Perry Mason, was taken ill and four substitute 'lawyers' had to be hired to keep the show running for a month, Gardner himself, who I had met many times, called and asked me to be one of the gu ...
So excited to be watching the REAL Ironside with Raymond Burr! Thank you, Hulu!
Luck be a lady, said Frank Sinatra/while I see in a weekend a Super Bowl mantra/goin True Grit like John Wayne/goin Batman like Bruce Wayne and B Real; Insane in the Membrane/lovin chinese chick, Lucy Liu/Beyonce, Katy Perry, and Kelly Clarkson; beauties with great views/I got rhymes like crazy/drivin Bigfoot to Road House, RIP Patrick Swayze/Raymond Burr from Godzilla to Perry Mason/Plymouth Road Runners and Wlie E. Coyote is still chasin/Bugs Bunnys rockin and Daffys duckin/LA Kings are Jimmie Johnson puckin/Mariska Hargitay is SVUs top dog/and now Chris Christie is Justin Biebers Boss Hogg/Dale, Jr and Danica Patrick has winni gas pedals/Paula Dean now eats little black Skittles/ok, now I'll stop my roll/question, who gonna win the Super Bowl? Denver Broncos vs. Seatle Seahawks: Super Bowl XLVIII. Sunday, February, 2 2014. On FOX. Peace.
In honor of the crappy weather I'm spending the afternoon watching the original Godzilla minus Raymond Burr and Godzilla1984.
I hear you go. burhrhrhrhr & I don't mean Raymond Burr. hehehehehe (Perry Mason) in case u may not know who he is.
Old Bahamian musicians How times, music, have changed Although Nassau's musical scene has evolved over the last half century, some veterans are still making music around town.Before 1949, when the Bahamas Musicians and Entertainers Union was formed by the late Charles Fisher, most hotels imported musical talent from the US, and were off limits to Bahamian musicians. When hotel entertainment finished at 10 or 11pm, tourists would head in droves downtown or over-the-hill to Bahamian night spots. "The Fifties and Sixties were the golden era of over-the-hill Bahamian nightclubs, which proliferated due to the rising spending power of the Bahamians and the rapid growth of tourism," says a 1977 Bahamas Handbook story. Big names came "The new nightclubs were, nonetheless, important social crossing places," say Gail Saunders and Michael Craton in their comprehensive history Islanders in the Stream, "not just for tourists but for different levels of local society, where authentic native music and dance were sustain ...
Raymond Burr's orchid farm, The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is supposed to be amazing.
That's some old school Raymond Burr right there...
If she tolerates sports and LOVES Bill Burr then she's top shelf ;-)
If she tolerates sports and Bill Burr she's wonderful
aye going down with Rory Ryan, Ian Ewen and Raymond burr! You going?
Raymond Burr resurrected from the dead?
(Anthony J Hilder) “Imagine if you will a thousand Elton Johns and Boy Georges, Rock Hudsons, Liberace, Raymond Burr, Merv Griffin, Johnny Mathis (the African Queen) Sal Mineo serving as the major role models for impressionable young men. Imagine Grady Hutton, Clifton Webb, Raymond Burr, Anthony Perkins, Rock Hudson. Randolph Scott being the major role models for the American Male. Imagine how that would be! Cary Grant was bisexual. Billie Jean King, Rosie O’Donnell. Randolph Scott was a room mate with Gary Grant. I knew Randolph Scott he was a good guy, he didn’t flaunt a *** agenda as Rock Hudson did and Tony Perkins did upon the American psyche to change the sex of Americas young males.”
This morning I was getting so productive and then at 10am it all fell apart because Perry Mason came on. *** you Raymond Burr.
"What was the first movie you ever watched? Godzilla King of Monsters with Raymond Burr
I typically sit on chairs like I'm Shirley Temple waiting for Raymond Burr. 163 cm means I regularly adjust office chairs to fit!
It may be the USA version with Raymond Burr crowbarred in through amusing editing, but it's still good.
Seriously, Forrest has to have been Raymond Burr'd into this movie, it's the only way his bit makes sense.
Burr has tried carrying the puck to the net and taking high probability shots. Didn't work. Trying Mason Raymond method now.
Sure hope that Raymond Burr has a cameo in the new "Godzilla." He needs the SAG dental plan.
ESG selected Raymond Burr for the part of Perry Mason, and the actor played him until the day he died. In time...
Legend has it that during the run of the Ironside, a tour group at Universal Studios Hollywood saw Raymond Burr... http…
I rated Godzilla, King of the Monsters! 8/10 Raymond Burr better than George Clooney.
We just turned on the bedroom TV and saw Bette Davis subbing for Raymond Burr in an episode of "Perry Mason." What the ***
Raymond Burr as Steve Martin...we have come a long way Godzilla.
Looks like Gene Autrey beats Raymond Burr Which movie would you rather watch?
Understated Thrillers starring Raymond Burr with 0 titles to watch.
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Good morning Me-TV fans! What's on your agenda this morning? How about a little Raymond Burr in Perry Mason and...
Reading about Raymond Burr (Perry Mason/Ironsides) and his father, who originally wanted to name him Timothy, but his mom said no because she did not want the other kids to say his name whenever they fell over on the playground.
when im at that level , imma make sure Raymond Burr Speaks of us on his show .
Is it racist to point out how much taller Raymond Burr is compared with all the Japanese actors in this movie?
Or on airplanes. Saw an old with Raymond Burr firing one up on a plane. Weird.
Can't do Daniel Boone. Even just listening to it. But Perry Mason is a winner! I love Raymond Burr.
I read that too. Now, everytime something comes up on a search I say "I got Raymond Burr'd."
Watching old Perry Mason re-runs, and didn't Howard say his Rockville Centre Dad said Raymond Burr was ***
Oh! Raymond Burr is also in the movie. George Clooney totally looks like him.
Did you know? To adapt the movie Godzilla for American audiences, they added Raymond Burr, cast him as a hospitalized reporter who remembers the whole incident as a flashback.
Perry Mason: Alive but a prisoner? Perry Mason (tv series in black and white featuring the late Raymond Burr)
Watching "Godzilla, King of the Monsters." 1956, B/W . This is the one where footage of Raymond Burr was added later along with dubbed English that just never quite matches the action. A treat!
I was thinking along those lines too. My dad was spokesman for The Raymond Burr society.
From Season 13: "Air Force Sketch" Aired on October 9, 1962, guest Raymond Burr expresses his desire to become a comedian and demonstrates his new zany baggy...
You know who I didn't see at the Golden Globes? Raymond Burr. What's up with that noise?
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Tonight we watched "Crime Of Passion" from 1957 starring Barbara Stanwyck, Sterling Hayden, Raymond Burr, Fay Wray, Virginia Grey, Royal Dano, Stuart Whitman & Malcolm Atterbury. Directed by Gerd Oswald with a running time of 84 minutes. Not too bad later noir film. The three leads are very good and a lot of location shooting works well. Another crazy performance by Stanwyck. After "Double Indemnity" she must have enjoyed playing crazy murderesses. Not a great movie but not bad. At least worth viewing for another great performance by Stanwyck. **1/2 out of 4 stars.
My dad watched "Ironside" on TV and asked when Raymond Burr was confined to a wheelchair. I swear to God, he meant it.
Christie is an ok guy, but he is no Raymond Burr.
Loving Godzilla King of the Monsters. Raymond burr clumsily crowbarred into the original Japanese version? Yep.
My favorite male actor in a kaiju film has to be the late Raymond Burr in Godzilla, King of the Monsters. Because you can relate to his character and that he makes you believe that he's seeing something big and terrible, in which feels you with dread like, "God, I hope he doesn't die!". So yeah that my favorite male actor.
Why I love big data: knows has 76,897 categories. Guess how many Raymond Burr gets?
LOL! He does. I never thought of that. Now I'll look at a young Raymond Burr differently.
If you love courtroom drama or suspenseful shows they're showing a marathon of Perry Mason movies from the 80s-1990s starring Raymond Burr on the Hallmark Channel starting at 9/8 Central AM tomorrow morning. Perry Mason was a succesful show on TV premiering in the 1950s and ran for nine seasons. It was before Matlock and other suspenseful shows. :)
Yeah, Godzilla Returns/1985 was great fun. Two questions: What was the point of Raymond Burr, and did the looter get killed?
Late on, early off; I have two Netflix movies tonight, one of them GOJIRA (which I have never seen sans Raymond Burr)... Ciao
Okay, I admit it, I have been obsessed with this woman's "accidental" death since the day she died over 30 years ago, and have always heard (and believed) that this story is true. No names, but no names are needed… Just imagine if this if you can: Once upon a time - like in the days of Elvis and Sinatra, poodle skirts and black and white television - there was a dashing young actor, very handsome, with a bright future. He emerged from the crowd due to his agent (a man) who had high hopes for him. This agent represented a certain type of young male actor. They were all young, handsome, suave men with style who drove the girls wild. The agent was very powerful and could make an aspiring actor’s future burn white hot. But they had to be willing to not only please the agent, but the agent’s pals (who also include studio execs, producers, directors, etc.). The agent was *** (a barely secret type of secret in those days), but even in post-war Hollywood that wasn’t a scandal. The scandal lay within the a ...
Good morning. "Why has government been instituted at all? Because the passions of man will not conform to the dictates of reason and justice without constraint." ~ Alexander Hamilton 01/11/1755 Founding Father of the USA, 1st Secretary of the Treasury, Died in duel with Thomas Jefferson's VP, Raymond Burr.
And then crying Japanese guy, and Raymond Burr's speech. Yeah go on about your feels. I'll be over here crying.
Why couldn't Raymond Burr keep a girlfriend? He was too clingy.
I have to say it. I love Raymond Burr and the Perry Mason show. It just makes me feel good inside. Kinda calm.
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Desire in the Dust was a 1960 film made by 20th Century Fox, partially filmed at Oakley House directed by William F. Claxton, and produced by Robert L. Lippert. The film stars Raymond Burr, Martha Hyer and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Charles Lang, based on a novel by Harry Whittington.
Diary of a mad housewife: ex-career girl Barbara Stanwyck is literally driven insane by suburban life, plotting to advance the career of her spectacularly dull policeman hubby, Sterling Hayden, in CRIME OF PASSION (1957). Scheming Stanny stops at nothing -- from planned car accidents to sleeping with Raymond Burr -- leading to an inevitable murder.
Oh my God, it's Raymond Burr as an Afghanistan solider. Watching Khyber Patrol.
You heard me. Zip your face.Why don't you just zip your *** Raymond Burr!
I have gained so much weight during the home buying/moving process, I look like Raymond Burr! My mega-diet started today, and I'm joining the gym.
Me: who would you pick if you to pick any star dan: Sophia regara. I knew it he loves any latino women. I thought he would pick Selma hyack My pick. Matthew mccanhe and Tom seleck. Lol. Then I said also Raymond burr LOL. It's true I have really weird taste.
Or Ironsides as portrayed by the great Raymond Burr. Respect!
Never underestimate Perry Mason. I visited Raymond Burr's garden in Fiji, and it was amazing: by Alexis C. Madrigal
Home watching Perry Mason. Raymond Burr was so *** handsome!
Do you know which actor has the most dedicated netflix micro categories? Raymond Burr.
My 1st day back at work after the leg break. Zinging around on my wheel chair. The guys call me "Ironsides" Anyone remember that old crusty show? Raymond Burr??
OK... Erin Fitsgibbons gave me the letter "R" Something I hate - Ragu Sauce Something I love - Ravioli's Someplace I've been - Richmond, Va Someplace I'd like to go - Russia Someone I know - Raymond Burr A movie I like - Rocky Like and I'll assign You a letter!
I had no idea Raymond Burr was *** I was looking at his Wikipedia entry to find out why Perry Mason had his arm in a sling and found out. I bet that fact destroys a bunch of people's idyllic version of the "conservative" 1950s!
Interesting example of data mining. Who knew so many people liked Raymond Burr?
Is Raymond Burr your favorite actor? Netflix thinks there's a good chance.
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I recall how shocked and impressed I was when I first saw the original Godzilla from 1954. No Raymond Burr. Much darker and coherent story. A great flick. I have not watched the Raymond Burr version since. I just can't.
Remembering my wonderful friend Triane Bulescu (January 7th 1955 - March 15th 2008 ). Triane would have turned 59yrs old today if he had lived. Sergeant in the Canadian armed forces ( Seaforth Highlanders ). Roots Rocker ( Front man for “The Rebez” ), an actor who did many cameo's and principle parts in the late 1980's and early 1990's ( here in Vancouver ) .reborn Christian, man about town, loyal & devoted friend, coffee shop philosopher. and referred to by many of us as “The eternal optimist”. For those of you who never knew him, he was a “living legend”. He was a combination of Elvis Presley, Sebastian Cabot, Jackie Gleason and Raymond Burr playing out the role of Perry Mason. Pal! Where ever you are “Happy Birthday” and “Thank you” for touching our lives in such a wonderful way.
I gotta declare this real quick. I am certainly a lady who has a thing for the men of the 50's and 60's. They just have class flying right off them and they're so handsome! Ok, ok let me give you the list. I have the most extreme joy of watching these lovely creatures on MeTV and its awesome. Old school shows are the best. NO cussing, NO naked people, NO stupid plots, NO Satan worship wrapped up in entertainment, NO vulgarity...just clean, enjoyable TV. Good old days. Now not in order of awesomeness...here we go Raymond Burr as Perry Mason William Hopper as Paul Drake on Perry Mason Steven McQueen on Wanted Dead or Alive Lee Majors as Heath Barkley (Big Valley) Total dreamboat right here Chuck Connors on The Rifleman and Branded Lorne Green on Bonanza Jack Lord on Hawaii Five O Michael Landon on Bonanza and Little House on the Prairie Ed Ames as Mingo on Daniel Boone (Best hair ever!!!) These guys here are just a few. If I can build a guy that has all this awesomeness in one body he will surely explode th ...
Watching some old Raymond burr movies... 1970s Ironsides and Perry Mason .. Gonna be a 70s day today
Watching Perry Mason on MeTv. Raymond Burr was such a stud.
So I'm on Netflix watching the original, 1956, Raymond Burr version of Godzilla. What an AWFUL movie!!! I usually enjoy these cheezy monster movies, but I seriously wonder how they ever got any more of these made - this is THAT bad!
EMMY AWARDS, 1961. Winners Barbara Stanwyck (Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Series, "The Barbara Stanwyck Show", NBC) and Raymond Burr (Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Series, "Perry Mason", CBS).
Apparently Raymond burr only did 2 series of ironside,he was tired of being pushed around.
I really need to get a life. Going to see Bride of the Gorilla with Lon Chaney and Raymond Burr. Can't believe I'm going out in this miserable weather for that. Maybe it's the free soda and popcorn that's calling me.
Please "like" and "share" God's Word to reach more souls for Jesus Christ: Psalm 5:11-12 "But let all those that put their trust in thee rejoice: let them ever shout for joy, because thou defendest them: let them also that love thy name be joyful in thee. For thou, Lord, wilt bless the righteous; with favor wilt thou compass him as with a shield." Some of you with hair the color of mine remember the old television show "Perry Mason." A defense attorney played by Raymond Burr, Mr. Mason rarely if ever lost a case. In the series, Mr. Mason would take on cases that looked "cut and dried," and those of us watching just knew this was one person on trial that would not be able to get off the hook. But he always surprised us by coming up with something everyone else had missed that would prove his client innocent. The psalmist was keenly aware of the One who defended him and all who put their trust in Him. Is God defending you? Sometimes we turn to the world for help when we are being persecuted. We t ...
Wasn't there a time when you didn't know who "took it up the *** ? i.e. Raymond Burr, Gomer Pyle, Roddy McDowell, Michael Moore, etc.? Now the *** think we have to know. WE DON'T CARE AND DON'T WANT TO KNOW!!! IT'S NONE OF OUR BUSINESS!!!
There's a Perry Mason sketch to start it off. I've seen Raymond Burr's Perry Mason so the show hasn't lost me yet
This Sunday morning , which is 3 days from the time the majority of American's celebrate the of birth of Christ- Christmas. Lot's of people are calling for the boycotte of *** Barrel and " let's drive them out of business." mob type mentality. I for one will continue to eat at *** Barrel. I haven't read read fully why and what *** Barrel is doing, but I eat at CB a lot and I do so because I like their food, the old country store atmosphere and their selection of unique offerings such as dated soda pops and various breakfast mixes. The *** Barrels that I have been to didn't serve or promote Alcohol to it's customers in order to maintain a FAMILY type atmosphere. My guess is order to maintain strong profitability, they chose to sell gift items. Some of their gifts are corny and some aren't, but I've never felt their gifts are there to promote any agenda, lifestyle, or religion. Should we ask them to pull the Gomer Pyle and Perry Mason DVD's because, Jim Neighbors and Raymond Burr are *** Am ...
The Case of the Killer Kiss, the last Raymond Burr movie as Perry Mason (1993) is on tonight at 8:00 eastern time on MeTV (244 on Comcast). I'll let you know if he won or not.
A few nights go we watched the first coupleof episodes of Centennial for probably the 4th time...one of my all time favorites. Been at least 10 years since we've watched it but it did not disappoint. Total of 24 hours it was first released as a mini-series in 1978. Way ahead of it's time in viewer quality, great actors and taken from James Michener's fantastic book of the same name, historical accurate it offers some wonderful entertainment. If you have any interest in early America you will love it. Centennial: The Complete Series This acclaimed miniseries traces the epic history of the town of Centennial, Colo., from its 1795 birth through modern times, covering the early settlers, the political intrigues through the years and the lives and loves of various town residents. The star-studded cast includes Richard Chamberlain, Lynn Redgrave, Timothy Dalton, Sally Kellerman, Andy Griffith, Richard Crenna, Mark Harmon, Gregory Harrison, Raymond Burr and Sharon Gless. Cast: Richard Chamberlain, Robert Conrad ...
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Finished watching Gojira. That movie was alittle bit longer than the U.S. Version Godzilla:King of the Monsters with actor Raymond Burr (Perry Mason) then again this was the one the US Banned in 1954 because it was an anti nuke arms race movie (Stupid controversies) still the best monster movie of all time and the saddest because Godzilla died and the scientist didn't want to kill him he wanted to study him because he was a rare specimen of both reptile and marine mammal origin. Until someone figured out how to kill him but destroyed his own work believing there was only one and not knowing that another Godzilla still roams the world but that's another story. Anyway it was more depressing that the first Godzilla died than the guy with the eye patch.
I think that I am obsessed with Perry Mason reruns. I love the sound track for it and I watch it every night. Raymond Burr was brilliant, Della Street was perfect, and who didn't love cool Paul Drake?
Binge watching "Perry Mason" first season, 1957.it is excellent.Raymond Burr is quite a good actor.and what's going on with Della Street? There was no sex in the 50s so it couldn't be that.good show.and again, great, great cars!
Today in TV History CBS Norman Lear sitcom “One Day at a Time” began its eight and-one-half season (and 209 episode) run in 1975. It would have lasted another two years had Bonnie Franklin and Valerie Bertinelli not called it quits. Also on this day: “Dragnet,” which officially debuted on January 3, 1952, was previewed on NBC variety half-hour “Chesterfield Sound Off Time” with Jack Webb and Raymond Burr. From TV Media Insights Daily with Marc Berman
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Raymond Burr gets the better of William Talmon (AKA Hamilton Burger.)
Watching Godzilla King of Monstes w/Raymond Burr and it's awesome
A couple for the kids on this snowy day...his and hers car glazing ads! Barbara Hale, aka Della Street and Raymond Burr aka Perry Mason.
.Rear Window is one of my favourites also ~ love Raymond Burr in this part.
Dennis, Carol and Sandy correctly named yesterday’s movie: Rear Window [1954]. Photo: Havis Davenport, Rand Harper, Georgine Darcy, Raymond Burr, Judith Evelyn. (Yep, they’re all there.) Can you name today’s movie? Post your answer. (Sandy, please remember to POST – not comment.) Your posts will show up tomorrow.
Keep an eye on Raymond Burr. I think he's up to no good.
Settled on Godzilla (1954) in the original Japanese. It’s really good. I’m more familiar with the Raymond Burr version.
I re-watched the American edit of Godzilla with Kathryn tonight -- where Raymond Burr was awkwardly spliced in throughout the film so white people in the 50s would watch it. The tenuous 'reporter' storyline thrust on the viewer through heavy-handed voiceovers and ridiculous continuity-free reaction shots made me yen for a new meme: 'Raymond Burr Reaction Shots' where the chain smoking actor is edited in to random movies / broadcasts... let's make it happen
Mac McGarry (recently retired) the moderator from "ITS ACADEMIC" on Washington's NBC Station WRC passed away this week. Mac was in his late 80's. Some of the famous people that were on the show included Raymond Burr (Perry Mason), John Glenn (Astronaut), Hillary Clinton, and one of the most famous, Tom Davis.
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Watching for the first time since I was 5 or 6. both forgot about Raymond Burr. Oops.
In honor of Sarah's favorite film for the week's theme, Godzilla 1985 (and our mutual love of Raymond Burr's Steve Martin character).
Just saw on tv...if anyone watched Ironside with raymond burr..the black guy that played his aide..mark sanger..his name is don mitchell..has just passed away...RIP..
"Nature has a way sometimes of reminding Man of just how small he is. She occasionally throws up terrible offspring's of our pride and carelessness to remind us of how puny we really are in the face of a tornado, an earthquake, or a Godzilla. The reckless ambitions of Man are often dwarfed by their dangerous consequences. For now, Godzilla - that strangely innocent and tragic monster - has gone to earth. Whether he returns or not, or is never again seen by human eyes, the things he has taught us remain..." -Raymond Burr, as Mr. Steve Martin
I just brought home a pack of fudge marshmallow cookies. they used to call them pinwheels, my grandma Myrtle used to always keep a pack of them in her pantry along with a box of ginger snaps she had with her coffee.when I would go visit her I would always go there and get one of them I think she kept them there cause it felt like she was sneaking them, she was the one that taught me how to play cards and board games, her favorite was SORRY and she was vicious at it, she didnt care if you were 8 if she could knock off one of your tokens she would and giggle at you when she did. she never ate at her dining room table cause there was always a picture puzzle going there, and everyone that passed the table had to stop and put in a piece. she was a petite woman just 5'4" and if you were in trouble with her she would tell you "stay right there" and she would go get this little wooden stool she had and climb up on it to hit you, funny thing is all you had to do was move, but for some reason you always stood there ...
Based Raymond Burr as journalist Steven Martin in the classic back when smoking was still cool
I also feel closer to the Raymond Burr GODZILLA because he's a journalist and I am a journalist therefore we have a connection
Gonna watch the original Godzilla starring Raymond Burr because I dont wanna read subtitles and to *** off the weaboos
During the series' original run, Raymond Burr was accosted in public by a woman who demanded to know: "How come you never lose?" To which Burr dead-panned: "Madam, you only see the cases that I try on Saturdays."
With all the excitement over the new Godzilla trailer, I decided to watch one of the old movies. Sadly, I choose the one that awkwardly crowbars Raymond Burr into every scene.
I'm still a big fan of the original Ironside. Interestingly, Mitchell, Don Galloway and Barbara Anderson all got their starts in various episodes of "The Virginian." When they did the "Ironside" reunion movie right before Raymond Burr passed, Mitchell's character had been elevated to a Superior Court Judge.
to make it even weirder for you, Raymond Burr's character in Godzilla is named "Steve Martin". Honest.
GODZILLA: 1985? Saw it in a theatre (where they put in more Raymond Burr--shades of 1953).
Ironside actor Don Mitchell dies, aged 70 Actor Don Mitchell has died, aged 70. Mitchell was best known for playing Mark Sanger, one of Raymond Burr's sidekicks in the classic NBC crime drama Ironside. He died of natural causes on Sunday (December 8) at his Encino home in Los Angeles. Mitchell was also known for his role in the blaxploitation film Scream Blacula Scream alongside Pam Grier and William Marshall. He also featured in I Dream of Jeannie and The Fugitive, and appeared in the 1993 TV movie The Return of Ironside. Mitchell was previously married to actress Judy Pace, but they divorced in 1986. Their daughter Julia Pace Mitchell appears in CBS daytime soap The Young and the Restless.
I love Perry Mason, and I adore, simply adore Raymond Burr! (love those eyes!)
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Check out "His Kind of Woman", with Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell, a very funny Vincent Price, and a terrifying Raymond Burr.
Don Mitchell, who portrayed Raymond Burr's bodyguard in IRONSIDE, has died aged 70.
Actor Don Mitchell Dies at 70, he assisted Raymond Burr on the 70's NBC TV series and starred in the...
Isn't it ironic that Raymond Burr, who was Ironsides, was the killer and also the attempted murderer of wheelchair-bound Jimmy Stewart in Rear Window? No, I don't know why my brain works like this...
Godzilla's an interesting case considering the original Raymond Burr Americanization.
# 6 & 7 in the DVD project: GOJIRA and GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN, taken out of order when Pippin Poppins declared yesterday to be Godzilla Day. GODZILLA RAIDS AGAIN (1955 - as old as me!) , which was released in the USA as GIGANTIS THE FIRE MONSTER, is the 2nd 'Zilla movie and I'm afraid it makes clear why the big guy didn't get another feature till the 60s. It's pretty much a drag, even with an adversary monster thrown in. GOJIRA, however, remains a classic, dark, haunting and even tragic. It's quite an experience to watch it followed by the American dub, GODZILLA KING OF THE MONSTERS (starring Raymond Burr!) and realize just what a trashed mess was all we got to see of this film for so long.
I'm sorry. I think of Raymond Burr as Perry Mason. Can't get past it.
..Averie!! *tsk* It's from the original 1954 "Gojira", which had inserted scenes of Raymond Burr when it was released here.
Unless it stars the ghost of Raymond Burr, I ain't watching.
I may have come across this before and am having a senior moment, but Raymond Burr was *** ?!! I (probably) did not know that!
Today, a call from my cousin Debbie gave me the sad news that her dad, my mom's brother Eugene Phaneuf passed on. I knew by her voice this wasn't good. He was sick for last 2 months, we sort`ve know but hoped,prayed,and asked all we knew to pray. I went to Florida and painted the inside and out side with him, we had a great visit, talked about things, his sister my mom, he loved her, couldn't follow her in conversation, she is a bouncer , hard to follow ,anyway we painted the outside all in one day -he was amazed at my speed yet great work ( his words) that we did it so fast. I will cherish my time that visit, we laughed, told jokes,we clicked our glasses of beer to a fine job well done. I loved his smile, he had a soothing smile, you felt warm, safe with that Raymond Burr smile, yes he always reminder me of Raymond Burr. He was tall,black hair and beautiful blue eyes, Great white teeth even at 80, he was handsome. We didn't see one another that often but love there is no miles, you always pick up where . ...
Well, like the 1954 original, there’s also a Japanese version without Raymond Burr.
There's a difference on opinion about the 1985 one with Raymond Burr as well...
The Raymond Burr page is down at IMDB
The Wrap: 'Ironside' Star Don Mitchell Dead at 70 - Don Mitchell, star of the original "Ironside" series, has died of natural causes, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday. He was 70. On the series, Mitchell played Mark Sanger, bodyguard and assistant to wheelchair-bound chief of detectives Robert Ironside (played by Raymond Burr). Also read: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2013 "Ironside" ran on NBC from 1967 to 1975. A short-lived revamp of "Ironside," with Blair Un...
Pusher gets death penalty. Actor Don Mitchell, who pushed Raymond Burr's wheelchair in the 70s TV series Ironside, has died at 70 of natural causes,
'Ironside' Actor Don Mitchell Dies At 70: Don Mitchell, the aide to the wheelchair-bound Raymond Burr on the 1...
Don Mitchell - Actor on original 'Ironside' series Don Mitchell, 70, an actor best known for his regular role on the original "Ironside" series, died in Encino on Sunday of natural causes. He played Mark Sanger, the aide and bodyguard to Raymond Burr's wheelchair-using title character, in the NBC drama that ran from 1967 to 1975.
Godzilla hasn't been the same without Raymond Burr...But with that said.Wow!
BTW, is that Raymond Burr's voice from the 1956 edit, 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters'?!
It was great seeing the female vision of Raymond Burr (Ironside to the younger ones) this morning.. Hobbling along with her black plastic (whoops leather) gloves on.. Only needed the wheel chair lol
She played Raymond Burr in the 1954 original. I see why you were confused.
when are you gonna open a giant fruit covered in stuff delivery service. Put a picture of yourself on the box. Burr's Berries
So, check out Gojira, not Godzilla: King of the Monsters. They re-edited it to revolve around Raymond Burr and it loses lots of context.
The Godzilla trailer had a distinct lack of Raymond Burr.
Imagine if they did the flashback and it was Raymond Burr footage?
I heard plays "Raymond Burr in the new Godzilla movie.
Bill Ellifritz Raymond Burr isn't in it, but you never know.
jsut have always loved godzilla... right from the first one with raymond burr.. up to the last one 2 years ago all but OURS
For purposes of this rating system. Raymond Burr counts as a monster.
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So is Ken Watanabe playing the Raymond Burr role in the new GODZILLA?
I refuse to see any Godzilla movie that doesn't have at least 20 minutes of tangential Raymond Burr footage.
David Strathairn, a long way from Return of the Secaucus Seven. But where's Raymond Burr?
I hope in the new Godzilla movie he starts out with the name Raymond Burr and the reveals halfway through is real name is Godzilla
The Godzilla teaser has me excited for the next "Kiju hullabaloo" or "Son of the Kiju hullabaloo" "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms" "Godzilla, King of the Monsters!" (Raymond Burr Version) Mighty Joe Young (original) Jurassic Park 3-D
Despite missing the opportunity of casting Blair Underwood in the Raymond Burr role, Godzilla trailer is pretty cool!
It's Raymond Davis but the ladies call me Gucci Babyyy
Raymond Burr, Aron Burr, Cocklebur and Bursitis - it's just that cold
A CBS TV series which ran from 1957 to 1966, with Raymond Burr in the title role. Also starring were Barbara...
Thanks to Ironside availability on I now know Raymond Burr wore it to the left.
I watched this (with Raymond Burr) for the first time and learned something. I learned I shouldn't watch it right after watching the original Gojira, because it just looks lame after the original.
See why actor Raymond Burr of Perry Mason & Ironside fame fell in love with
We the children of the late 50's and early 60's grew up on Godzilla and came to know that every few years a new movie would find its way to our TV screen and each time Tokyo had been rebuilt just for Godzilla to tear down again. And with each new movie more Americans were there to help. Well my point to all this dribble is that I just watched Godzilla, King of the Monsters. Circa 1956 and the only American was Raymond Burr as a reporter. At the end of the movie Godzilla was killed in such a way that he could not make another movie. Yet he comes back time and time again.
Lazy afternoon coffee with GODZILLA and Raymond Burr. I tell ya I wanna be in this. AND NOT GET SQUISHED.
Very rare film clip from the motion picture, "The Magic Carpet" starring Lucille Ball, John Agar and Raymond Burr. Directed by Lew Landers. Written by David ...
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If you live in earthquake country and a mild one hits, wait until the shaking stops, run to a window, point into the distance, and scream, "GODZILLA!" Lightens everybody's mood. [Unless you have Japanese friends over. Then scream, "Gojira" -- original Japanese movie name. If you saw the movie version with Raymond Burr, you should know they shot and added ALL the footage with him after the Japanese version was done. They wanted American audiences to see it.]
Ok, showing my age, Jimmy Stewart, Grace Kelly, Raymond Burr. So far they are following the original plot line. Lotta love Raising Hope.
A young Raymond Burr. He was in films during the 40s portraying "heavy" guy roles.
Its Raymond Burr out here..never thought I would LAyer up in my city..watch it get dumb hot later.
Directed by Peter Collinson. With Oliver Reed, Susan George, Raymond Burr, John Ireland. Coming back from an extended business trip, Frank discovers that his girlfriend Janie is now working at a new resort hotel where the owner has given her a permanent place to stay, as well as other gifts, in exch...
Television Series Review: Ironisde (2013) I can't help but to come in the door extremely skeptical of a 1970's police detective series being remade, especially after the failed remake of Kojack a few years back. In that case the character just didn't have the personality required to pull it off successfully. This time around they went an interesting route, whether it was intentional or not is anyone's guess. In the original series Raymond Burr had just ended his run as famed defense attorney Perry Mason and they cast him as the wheelchair bound chief detective. In the new series Blair Underwood, most known for his defense attorney role in L.A. Law was cast as the main character. I'm not sure if they meant to work it that way, but it seems to be a major plus for the show. Ironside was always a darker themed show, even with the original. I hope this show makes it because it is well worth the time. 9.5 out of 10 on my scale.
Raymond Burr was 37 when he played Thorwald. Jimmy Stewart was 46 as Jeff. Grace Kelly was 25 as Lisa.
is flipping channels before heading out, saw the opening to the old "Ironside" series with Raymond Burr (the one on which the now cancelled Blair Underwood version was based). How cool was that Quincy Jones theme?
Just noticed that Eamon Gilmore looks just like Raymond Burr in "Rear Window".
Im glad to found that my favorite tv classics channel metv is gonna start airing reruns of Wonder Woman starting in late December.I hope no tv broadcast network even thinks of remaking Wonder Woman. To me Lynda Carter will always be Wonder Woman.Its just like NBC failed with the Ironside remake with Blair Underwood. The late Raymond Burr and his great supporting cast is what made Ironside work in its original run.Thankfully nbc canceled the remake.Now NBC is considering a remake of Murder She Wrote with a black chick playing the part.I dont see that one working either because the original show lasted twelve years and that was Angela Lansburys show and she was what made it a big hit.
Rand Paul thinks he's Alexander Hamilton? Or is it Aaron Burr? Can we get a Raymond Burr?
Sorry, but only Darrell Hammond can do Sean right. this dude looks like Raymond Burr, for Christs sake.
*** Celebrities 1. *** Sergent---Darian on Bewitched--was *** *** York, the other one, had a seizure and never got back up. He needs my seizures. Sergent died at age 64 in 1994. 2. Raymond Burr played the titled role in the show "Ironiside". Had he remained the average smoe and affiliated with bigots, he would needed a wheel chair. Burr died at age 76 in 1993. 3. Robert Reed, better know as Mike Brady, died of Aids. He was an only child with an only child. Reid died in 1992 at age 59. 4. Liberace was a pianist who died of Aids in the '80's. I can't name the song of his, but saw two biographical movies. Liberace had the nerve to not speak to his father, for 13 years, for cheating on his mother. If I were the father, when Liberace got aids, I would have said "I may have been down with OPP, but never got HIV". That's poetic justice. (I saw Liberace's story on Biography and will never forget that. Naught by Nature did OPP in 1992. Liberace died in 1987.) 5. George Washington Carver was into peanuts all rig .. ...
A promo for the reboot of "Ironside" goes "Sometimes people do bad things." Right. Like make an "Ironside" without Raymond Burr, or showing no respect for the original. That's like "The Lone Ranger" without Clayton Moore, or "Night Stalker" without Darren McGavin, or that awful "Bionic Woman" reboot. In fact, every time this sort of thing is done, it has flopped big time. And deservedly so. You'd think the pin-headed CEOs would catch on.
Ironsides movie coming. Blair Underwood playing the role Raymond Burr played for at least 100 years
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NBC may be bringing back "Ironside" this fall, but star Blair Underwood has already made it clear that this is no "remake" of the Raymond Burr classic. Instead, this iteration of "Ironside" is attempting to help viewers see things from a different perspective, as the exclusive video above highlights. "Everything you need to know about Robert T. Ironside, you can see and notice in the fact that he has no handles on the back of his wheelchair," Underwood says of his iconic character. "I don't want anybody to push me; I don't want anybody to help me -- if I can be independent and do for myself, I'm going to do for myself. It's who this man is." The charismatic star also brings viewers inside his preparation for the titular role, explaining his personal connection to Ironside's disability and the emotional journey his character will take over the course of the first season. ~ Laura Prudom, HuffPost (
They're remaking Ironside, and Blair Underwood is taking Raymond Burr's role. Wow. That's strange in so many ways.
Nice to know that Raymond Burr saw the error of his ways in Rear Window and moved to the right side of the law as Perry Mason!
Raymond Burr just rolled in for a TD against Washington
I think I like it. BTW / The original Ironside was played by Raymond Burr who came from New Westminster BC and...
Queen - Queen I was talking with Raymond Burr (it was him, but it wasn’t) when he...
Blair Underwood as Ironside.bloody brilliant.bloody freakin' brilliant! Raymond Burr would be proud!
I'm still on edge of my seat when Raymond Burr comes back to his flat and ...
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As Perry Mason or Ironside, Raymond Burr was the man
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