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captain swoop
2005-Jan-27, 03:49 PM
will feature Ringo Starr as a Superhero (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/tv_and_radio/4212335.stm)

sidmel
2005-Jan-27, 04:19 PM
Nice! I've always liked Ringo, even with all the controversy of his becoming the drummer for The Beatles. One of my favorite songs from being a kid was You're Sixteen, a solo Ringo Starr release that I had on a 45. And Caveman? I was younger when I saw it, but I laughed like crazy.

Master258
2005-Jan-27, 08:57 PM
cool

Madcat
2005-Jan-27, 10:37 PM
I always knew Ringo was a superhero. He's really little and drives a train. What else can be said?

sarongsong
2005-Jan-28, 12:27 AM
... the "evil-battling, earth-saving" hero with "a great sense of rhythm"...
Shades of Yellow Submarine (http://www.imdb.com/Title?0063823) with its Blue Meanies (http://www.triskelion-ltd.com/blue-meanies1.gif)! 8)
"...Financed, produced and distributed by IDT Entertainment, Lee's POW! Entertainment will develop the project alongside Starr's Rocca Bella...There was no word on what superpowers Ringo has developed..."
http://tinyurl.com/6qw8t

sidmel
2005-Jan-28, 02:21 AM
Well, we do already know he's not the walrus...


*** Ducking ***

Evil_Bomber
2005-Jan-28, 03:40 AM
I always knew Ringo was a superhero. He's really little and drives a train. What else can be said?
No, no, that was George Carlin :wink:

sarongsong
2005-Jan-28, 03:48 AM
Ha, ha---imagining George Carlin as Casey Jones..."trouble ahead, trouble behind..."---that would work!

tmosher
2005-Jan-28, 04:25 AM
I always knew Ringo was a superhero. He's really little and drives a train. What else can be said?
No, no, that was George Carlin :wink:

George Carlin, Ringo Starr, Alec Baldwin, and Michael Angelis. However, Ringo was first (1985 to 1991).

Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086815/)

sarongsong
2005-Jan-31, 05:55 AM
There was a brief announcement tonight (Sunday) on CBS that Stan Lee would be on 60 Minutes II, this Wednesday night. Checked their website (http://www.cbsnews.com/sections/60II/main3475.shtml), but no info on Stan there. ???
---Wednesday update:
Ah, here (http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/10/30/60II/main527513.shtml) is the transcript---and he's a southpaw!
(No mention of the Ringo project, BTW.)