Guest Appearances

Some articles on guest, appearances, guest appearances:

The Lucy Show - Premise
... In 1952, Gordon, however, did guest star on the first season of I Love Lucy as Ricky Ricardo's boss at the Tropicana, Alvin Littlefield ... Six years later, he guest-starred as a judge in the hour-long Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show episode "Lucy Makes Room For Danny" ... Lucille Ball's friend Ann Sothern made a number of appearances during 1964 and 1965 as the "Countess Framboise" (née Rosie Harrigan) to fill Vance's absence ...
Pro Tools (album) - Background
... Guest appearances range from RZA, Masta Killa and GZA's son Young Justice GZA later said "I saw an ad out there where it’s promoted as a GZA album ... GZA was asked about producers and having fewer guest appearances on the album, responding "I’m not one who works with big producers because I expect that to make the album ... My next album is going to be no guest appearances ...
Marco Del Rossi - Minor Characters - Students
... Dean Walton Shawn Roberts 2, 4 (guest appearances) A student at Bardell, he rapes Paige Michalchuk in season 2 ... Linus Ishan Davé 5 (guest appearances) Linus is the leader of the Degrassi Friendship Club in season five ... Lucas Valieri Marc Minardi 7–8 (guest appearances) Lucas is a former Lakehurst student, introduced in season 7 and is good friends with Johnny DiMarco ...
Paul Richards (actor) - Career
... He guest-starred in a number of classic television western series such as The Rifleman, Have Gun–Will Travel, Zorro, Johnny Ringo, The Rebel, Black Saddle, Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Rawhide, and The ... One of Richards' most memorable appearances came in the very first Gunsmoke episode, entitled "Matt Gets It," broadcast on CBS on September 10, 1955, as the first antagonist to outdraw ... He made additional guest appearances in 1956, 1958, and 1968, respectively ...

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    What I often forget about students, especially undergraduates, is that surface appearances are misleading. Most of them are at base as conventional as Presbyterian deacons.
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    But must I confess how I liked him,
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    And depart peaceful, pacified, and thankless,
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