Bob Brush
American television producer and screenwriter
Bob Brush
Bob Brush is an American screenwriter and television producer. He is most associated with The Wonder Years, for which he won an Emmy. He also worked on shows such as Ed and Early Edition.
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Lawmaker Suggests Selling Wine, Spirits At Beer Distributors - WJAC Johnstown
Google News - almost 6 years
I think they should sell it in supermarkets and everything," said Ebensburg resident Bob Brush, adding that it would be more convenient for shoppers. Others like Charles Heinrich, also of Ebensburg, said, "I personally like the idea of the state stores
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Federal Marshal With a Fondness for Bourbon
NYTimes - over 13 years
Cellphones are a boon to stagecraft. With only a small clutch of electronics pressed to the head, characters can now convincingly perform monologues anywhere: in cars, on the beach, in the tub. ''Karen Sisco,'' which has its premiere tonight, exploits this device, spinning drama chiefly from close-ups on the radiantly made-up face of Carla Gugino,
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - almost 18 years
BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA--Suspended Portland F Isaiah Rider for one game for entering the stands during a game against Golden State on March 30. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS--Signed OL Matt Joyce and LB Mark Maddox. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS--Withdrew their one-year contract offer to DE Kendall Shello. NEW
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NYTimes - almost 18 years
BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA--Fined New York Knicks F Kurt Thomas $5,000 and C Chris Dudley $2,500 and L.A. Lakers F Rick Fox $2,000 and C Shaquille O'Neal $3,500 for their actions in Sunday's game. FOOTBALL National Football League MINNESOTA VIKINGS--Signed LB Corey Miller. Canadian Football League HAMILTON TIGER-CATS--Re-signed
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Can Sitcom Make It With L.I. Setting?
NYTimes - about 20 years
EXCEPT for the notorious Amy Fisher trilogy a few years back, Long Island has not figured importantly as a location for prime-time television shows. There was ''The Pruitts of Southampton'' (an ABC sitcom also known as ''The Phyllis Diller Show''), which was canceled after one season in 1966-67. Then there was a prime-time ABC soap called ''The
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A Do-Gooder Gets Lucky
NYTimes - over 20 years
When a Chicago stockbroker named Gary Hobson miraculously receives a copy of the next day's newspaper, revealing the future, he does what most people would: he heads for the race track. The difference between Gary and most people is that he gives his winnings to a blind friend so she can buy a seeing eye dog. The idea of a do-gooder armed with
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TELEVISION; The Quixotic Days and Nights of Jay Tarses
NYTimes - over 23 years
In conversation, Jay Tarses is a perfectly affable fellow. He is delighted to talk about the last television series he created, "The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd," which enjoyed a long and happy run on cable. He speaks of how he yearns to direct a feature film, and the enjoyment of writing and rewriting his first play. But eventually the subject
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TELEVISION; Closing the Album On 'The Wonder Years'
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Easy to overlook, amid all the "Cheers" fanfare, is the twilight of another distinctive comedy: ABC's "Wonder Years," which will present its final new episode Wednesday night at 8. In signing off, the series stays true to its original purpose -- of taking an affectionate, sardonic look at growing up suburban in the late 1960's and early 70's. The
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Equity Season to Open With 'Wonderful Town'
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: A revival of the 1953 musical ''Wonderful Town'' is to open the season of the Equity Library Theater next month. A revival of the 1953 musical ''Wonderful Town'' is to open the season of the Equity Library Theater next month. The musical was written by Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov, with music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Betty
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TV VIEW; GROWING UP IS HARD TO PUT IN FOCUS
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: ABC's ''Wonder Years'' is the kind of small, beautifully crafted weekly series that is so good it prompts immediate speculation on how long it can be held together. ABC's ''Wonder Years'' is the kind of small, beautifully crafted weekly series that is so good it prompts immediate speculation on how long it can be held together. Created by
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1988: PREVIEWS FROM 36 ARTISTS
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: WHEN WE CONTEMPLATE A WORK OF art, the experience most of us share is of seeing or hearing something with a beginning, a middle and an end. Or, in the case of paintings and sculpture, it's the discovery of a point of view. We also conveniently like to think of artistic careers as orderly sequences of completed works. WHEN WE CONTEMPLATE A
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