Ricky Schroder Stars in New Film While Musing About Politics
- Actor Ricky Schroder has found his way into film history: Just last week researchers at the University of California Berkeley named his 1979 film The Champ the saddest f...
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Is That Really Erin Gray of 'Silver Spoons' in a Pup-Peroni Commercial?
- It might be stating the obvious, but actors are just like the rest of us. Just because an actor is famous for a role he or she played in the past doesn't mean that, when...
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Wealthy, young-at-heart business owner Edward Stratton III is stunned to discover his brief marriage several years ago produced a son, Richard Bluedhorn-Stratton, now 12 and standing in Edward's living room, wanting to live with the father he never knew. Although Edward's first impulse is to send Ricky to boarding school, he soon relents and let his son move in with him and Kate, his love-struck secretary. Also on Edward's staff, at various times during the series, are Leonard Rollins, his lawyer, and his peevish business manager, Dexter Roosevelt Stuffins, whose nephew, Alfonso, eventually appears on the scene and becomes Ricky's new best friend.