Monthly Archives: October 2012

Steesh Candy – Last Minute Halloween Shopping Idea

 

If you forgot to buy candy for Halloween, or ate all of it already (like I did), why not purchase some of these Mustache Lollipops? After all, any other day of the year you would be arrested for handing out mustaches to little kids.

Thanks to @BurlesqueGypsy for sending us this picture on twitter.

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What If They Grew A Steesh: Kathy Bates in Misery

Kathy Bates in Misery scares me more than Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger combined.

 

What If They Grew A Steesh: Freddy Krueger

Here’s Freddy Krueger with Tom Selleck’s mustache (slightly modified), because why not?

What If They Grew A Steesh: Michael Myers

 

I just remembered it’s Halloween! No one brought candy to work so I’m not really in the spirit. Here is a picture of Michel Myers from Halloween. I believe this comes from Halloween 4 since it’s the creepiest I could find that was easy to work with.

 

After posting about David White yesterday I thought of another old rich man in an 80’s movie and that is Don Ameche as Mortimer Duke in Trading Places. Besides being a great name, he had a great steesh.

Don was no stranger to the small and big screen. He was in the Love Boat and later starred in the Cocoon movies. I was also pleasantly surprised to learn that he voiced Shadow in Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey.

Mike Hagerty – Everyman Steesh

 

If you watch TV you have probably seen Mike Hagerty once or twice. He pops from time to time when a cop or janitor is in the script. I’d argue his most popular role was Mr. Treeger on Friends, but he’s been doing it since the early 80’s so I could be way off.

He’s been in plenty of movies as well, including Brewster’s Millions, where I spotted him this weekend. Also in his credits is Wayne’s World (nice job, Mike) and Speed 2 (we all make mistakes).

David White – Besteeshed

David White, probably no relation to Barry, was an American TV and movie actor (119 credits to his name). I saw his wonderful steesh this weekend while watching Brewster’s Millions.

According to the internet, David played Larry Tate on the popular television show Bewitched. I don’t remember him in that one, but I was also -20 when it started.