TV commercial in 1989 for McDonald's "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" collectors' items.
2 Interviews |
2 Articles |
4 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
Until 1982, Canada Day was known as Dominion Day. I always thought that had more of a ring to it. Beyond the zippy alliteration, it reminded us citizens that our domain of orderly domesticity was graced by the dominant power of our "Dominus." And the rights granted therein to us by the glorious English crown through her colonial appointee, the right honourable governor general.
'There was another ...
His impersonation of George Carlin
(1976) was not done with the intention of mocking the comedy legend, but rather as an affectionate tribute. However, due partially to his being in a difficult period at the time, both personally and professionally, Carlin was hurt by the imitation. Moranis had no idea that Carlin had taken issue with the impersonation until his daughter, Kelly