Home | Newest Editions | Most Popular Issues | Free Newsletters | Forums

Custom Search
Publication: Dead End
Joe Barbera

Subscribe FREE to Dead End by clicking here.

@@@@@@@@                                            @@@@@@@@
@@@        DEAD END - Friday, December 22, 2006          @@@
@@@@@@@@                                            @@@@@@@@
"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

Welcome to another edition of Dead End.

This week we say good-bye to Joe Barbera, the American 
animator, cartoon artist, storyboard artist, director, 
producer, and co-founder, together with William Hanna, of 
Hanna-Barbera. Together they produced cartoons such as Tom 
and Jerry, The Huckleberry Hound Show, The Flintstones, The 
Jetsons, and Scooby-Doo. Also this week we remember this week 
the death of much loved actor and comedienne, Chris Farley.

P.S. You can discuss this issue or any other topic in the 
new Dead End forum. Check it out here...
Dead End Forum



Joe Barbera, half of the creative team that created Tom and 
Jerry, Huckleberry Hound, the Flintstones and the Jetsons, 
died Dec. 18. He was 95. "Joe Barbera truly was an animation 
and television legend," said the Warner Brothers chairman and 
CEO, Barry Meyer. "From the Stone Age to the Space Age and 
from primetime to Saturday mornings, syndication and cable,  
the characters he created with his late partner, William 
Hanna, are not only animated superstars, but also a very 
beloved part of American pop culture." Barbera started out in 
banking, but he switched careers when Colliers magazine 
published his cartoons. Hanna and Barbera met as animators for 
MGM, where they created Tom and Jerry, the cartoon cat and 
mouse who also appeared in musicals with Gene Kelly and Esther 
Williams. When MGM eliminated its animation department in the 
1950s, and Hanna and Barbera former Hanna-Barbera Studios and 
decided to create TV cartoons. Hanna died in 1991.


3-PACK of Emergency Lanterns...

Store Price: $19.99
DEAL PRICE: $14.99 or less!

For peace of mind, this is a deal that EVERYONE needs to take 
advantage of. With these stylish and functional lanterns you
will provide bright, wide light for any emergency, like a 
power outage, roadside emergency or blackout. 

Featuring long-lasting krypton bulbs, these versatile and easy-
to-carry lanterns can even be used on patio, table, or camping 
trips. Kids Love Them Too! Just $14.99, or SAVE $6.00 when you 
order two 3-packs (6 lanterns in total) for just $23.98.
3-Pack of Emergency Lanterns


Denis Payton, one of the founding musicians in the Dave Clark 
Five, died Decembeber 18, at the age of 63 in Bournemouth, 
England, after having been sick for many years. Payton played 
saxophone, harmonica and guitar for the popular 1960s band, 
which sold more than 100 million records and had 30 hit 
singles before they broke up in the 1970s, the BBC reported 
Monday. In a statement, Dave Clark called Payton "a very dear 
friend who I've known since we were teenagers." "Denis was 
extremely brave and not afraid of death. He had an amazing 
philosophy on life and will be greatly missed by me and all 
who knew him," he added. Payton died of cancer Sunday, only 
weeks after it was announced that the Dave Clark Five had been 
nominated for induction into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall Of Fame. 
Clark talked to Payton about the induction, "He said, 'I know 
I won't be around but it was an amazing part of my life that 
I am very proud of.'"


Tom Gregory, the New York television host whose catchphrase 
"Do you know where your children are?" was a staple in the 
1960s, died  December 16. He was 79. Gregory regularly opened 
telecasts of "Faces and Places in the News" on WNEW by asking, 
"It's 10 p.m. Do You Know Where Your Children Are?", a phrase 
still in use on the station's night newscast. Gregory went 
into television after World War II, doing yeoman service on 
pioneering 1950s shows such as "Captain Kangaroo" and "Soupy 


Space Lava - Fun Foam Putty, Like Floam But 1/2 The Price...

TV Price: $19.99
OUR PRICE: $9.99

You've seen Floam on TV selling for $19.99... we are 
pleased to make available to you a similar product for
just $9.99. And not only is it 1/2 price you get six (6)
tubs of the Space Lava.

Space Lava - Fun Foam Putty is an amazing product that allows 
you to roll it, mold it, wear it... use it to cover anything. 

 >> Fun Foam Putty gives you six (6) assorted colored tubs <<

Don't pay $19.99... get more colors for 1/2 the price.
And YES it's in stock and shipping. To order visit:
Fun Foam Putty Like Floam But 1/2 The Price


Jazz musician Kenny Davern died December 18 of a heart attack 
at the age of 71. The jazz clarinetist and soprano saxophonist 
was an acclaimed musician in the world of traditional jazz and 
swing, The Washington Post reported. Davern was particularly 
known for his lyrical and expressive clarinet style. "A 
chilling upper register, a rounded, woody tone and a hint of 
Pee Wee Russell's rasp," jazz critic W. Royal Stokes wrote of 
Davern. "If you ask 10 people what jazz music is, you might as 
well ask them what God looks like: You'll get 10 different 
answers," Davern once said. "There's no defining jazz. It's a 
meaningless term." He is survived by his wife of 36 years, 
Elsa Green Davern, two stepchildren, and four grandchildren.



Store Price: $24.99

       "Studies show Ginseng is effective in treating 
        circulation problems, fatigue, lack of energy, 
        stress and anxiety."

Throughout ancient history, Ginseng has been praised for its 
exceptional nutrition value. Modern nutrition researchers 
also regard Ginseng as a valuable herb because of its naturally-
proportioned wealth of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, & co-enzymes. 

We're SO SURE that our "Ginseng Energy" will help you, we're
practically giving it away. For a fraction of the store
price you can get 60 pills to see for yourself what the
'miracle of Ginseng' can do for you. Grab a bottle by visiting 
(Sorry there is a limit of five (5) bottles per order): 
Ginseng Energy Tablets

Notable deaths this week in history...
In 1973, Bobby Darin, acclaimed singer and entertainer, 
whose rock song "Splish Splash" became an instant hit, died.

In 1997, actor and comedian Chris Farley, known for his 
uproarious characters on Saturday Night Live, died of a drug 

In 2000, pianist and symphony conductor Victor Borge, who 
become one of Denmark's most popular artists in the 1930s, 

In 2003, Hope Lange, a talented actress of stage, film, and 
television, died.  

          GopherCentral's Question of the Week

Do you think the US spied on Princess Diana?

Please take a moment to share your opinion, visit:
Question of the Week

Viral Videos on the Net at EVTV1.com

Visit the archives:
Dead End Archives
END OF DEAD END Another F-R-E-E GopherCentral publication 
Copyright 2006 by NextEra Media. All rights reserved.

E-Mail this issue
Subscribe FREE to Dead End by clicking here.

The Dead End Forum
NEW combined deadin column
I am so sorry that Dead Eend is dead
Dead End for Dead End Equals Big Mistake!
View this Forum | Post a topic to this forum

Remembering Marilyn Monroe

Watch Video Clip

Home | Newest Editions | Most Popular Issues | Free Newsletters