Dr. Avedon said I could live to be a hundred years old. I intend to do it. For who would not wish to live a hundred years in a world where there are so many people who remember with gratitude and affection a little man with a frozen face who made them laugh a bit long years ago when they and I were both young? (My Wonderful World Of Slapstick)
David Tennant in Love’s Labours Lost (2008)
Celebrate the Bard’s anniversary with some of David Tennant’s best Shakespearean moments
I Dood It (1943) starring Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell is a faithful remake of Buster Keaton’s last silent film Spite Marriage (1929). This particular sequence is almost scene for scene as the original. Both newly married husbands confronted with the task of putting their their knocked out wives to bed on their wedding night.