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September 2, 2014

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'The Princess Bride' Cast Reunites on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Oct 7th 2011 6:00PM
Cary Elwes, Billy Crystal, Wallace Shawn, Chris Sarandon, Robin Wright and Carol Kane got together for a 'Princess Bride' reunion that aired Friday on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 9AM ET on ABC). The cast reminisced about the '80s cult comedy classic, told some funny stories about their late friend and co-star Andre the Giant, and re-lived the experience of shooting the film.

Billy Crystal explained what he thought was the secret to 'The Princess Bride's' enduring appeal. "Great screenplay, it was the perfect cast, the perfect director, it's the perfect movie for us. For me, I'm so proud to be in it with everybody," Crystal said, as they all joined hands.

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Two and a Half Men: Mmm, fish. Yum.

by Allison Waldman, posted Oct 6th 2009 9:26AM
jon_cryer_cbs(S07E03) So far this season, Two and a Half Men has been sailing along, continuing to provide plenty of laughs and just enough vulgarity to keep its crown as a raunchy pleasure. Tonight, however, they hit an iceberg. Too bad really, but half the show -- no pun intended -- was spot on. If only the other half had been as good.

For some reason, the writers have this idea that Alan as the object of affection to older women is funny. No, not really. It didn't work when Carol Kane guested as the mother of a girl Alan was dating and it didn't work tonight with Annie Potts as Judith's mother, Lenore.

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Carol Kane and Richard Belzer - Together again on Law & Order: SVU

by Nick Zaino, posted Jun 3rd 2009 12:30PM
Carol Kane and Richard Belzer on Law & Order: SVU"You always made me feel safe, John."

Perfect. Beautiful. That line was delivered by Carol Kane to Richard Belzer on last night's season finale of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. A bit of history. Kane played Gwen Munch, the conspiracy-minded ex-wife of Belzer's Detective John Munch. The last time the two of them played those roles was more than a decade ago, not even on the same show.

When last Detective Munch fans saw the pairing, it was in 1997 on Homicide: Life on the Street. And they picked one hell of an episode to bring her back. Fans of Belzer know he was having fun with the black helicopter crowd before he brought that particular obsession to his character, and last night's episode was tailor-made for him, even if he wasn't really in the forefront of the plot.

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