Friday, February 29, 2008

BRBTV birthdays for March

- Jed Allan, the final and most commanding C.C. Capwell on "Santa Barbara," turns 71 tomorrow, March 1.
- Catherine Bach, lovely Daisy Duke on "The Dukes of Hazzard," shares an exact birthday with Rick Edwards, hunky Jake Morton on "SB." They both turn 54 tomorrow.
- Cassie Yates, who was Sarah Curtis on "Dynasty," turns 57 on March 2.
- Gordon Thomson , a BRBTV double-shot as Adam Carrington of "Dynasty" and the third and final Mason Capwell on "SB," turns 63 on March 3.
- Stacy Edwards, the sweet Hayley Capwell on "SB," turns 43 on March 4.
- Arlen Dean Snyder, who was Texas Energy Commisioner George Hicks on "Dallas" and Lt. Cobb on "Dynasty," turns 75 on March 5.
- Linda Gibboney, who played the first Gina DeMott (and really, the one we preferred for the role), turns 57 on March 7.
- Alice Hirson, who was Mavis Anderson on "Dallas" and was married to "Dallas" castmate Stephen Elliott (Scotty Demarest), turns 79 on March 10.
- Frank Welker, the voice of Isis the cat on "Batman: The Animated Series" and Ace the Bathound on "Batman Beyond," as well as the General Lee and Uncle Jesse's pet raccoon on "The Dukes" cartooon, turns 62 on March 12.
- Julia Campbell, the cute Courtney Caroline Capwell of "SB," turns a young 45 on March 12.
- Steve Kanaly, our own Ray Krebbs of "Dallas," turns 62 on March 14.
- Dennis Patrick, who was Vaughn Leland on "Dallas" and was also married to a castmate, Barbara Cason (Iris Porter), was born on March 14, 1918 and died on October 13, 2002.
- Patrick Duffy, our Bobby Ewing of "Dallas," is one of our St. Patrick's Day (how ironic) birthdays, turning 59.
- Lesley-Anne Down, who played Stephanie Rogers on "Dallas" and Nurse Ellena Corey on "Dynasty," is our other Patty's Day prize, turning 54.
- James L. Brown, that shrewd Det. Harry McSween on "Dallas," was born on March 22, 1920 and died on April 11, 1992.

Happy birthday to all!

BRBTV News Blog Blip: Lindsay Lohan seems to be imitating our girl Daisy Duke, or at least that's what the tabloids say:

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Win a copy of "Destination: Dallas" at

Hop on over to the snazzy Dallas Fanzine for your chance to win not only a signed copy of BRB's latest book, "Destination: Dallas," but also a signed photo of Charlene Tilton, our own Lucy Ewing of "Dallas"!

To win, you just have to answer one (easy!) question. From the home page, click on "Competition." The deadline for entering is March 18.

And while you're roaming the site, check out the fun interviews and "Dallas"-related news that Garry's got posted. For instance, there's an exhibit celebrating our beloved primetime soap coming up in May in Austin, Texas.

BRBTV News Blog Blip: That Heather Locklear is so cute, isn't she? We came across a shot of our "Dynasty" beauty on Flickr indulging her love for golf:

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

"Batman: Gotham Knight" gets a release date

We told you in our January 15 post about "Batman: Gotham Knight," a new animated feature in the same vein as "Batman: The Animated Series." Yesterday, Warner Home Video announced a July 8 release date for the collection of six "Batman" vignettes, for Blu-Ray, pay-per-view, OnDemand, and for download.

Our own Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett of "Batman: TAS" are part of the creative team, along with comics heavyweights David S. Goyer and Greg Rucka, himself a longtime "Bat"-comics guy and novelist. It all sounds like a whole lotta fun.

Read a little more about the release, including its special features like a sneak peek at the upcoming "Wonder Woman" animated movie, at Toon Zone.

BRBTV News Blog Blip: Alexis Carrington telling her daughter Fallon she's got a big mouth and one of the many (many!) times J.R. Ewing insulted Ray Krebbs are two of the big TV-character insults mentioned in a list compiled by British TV critic John Naughton. You can read about those fabbo "Dynasty" and "Dallas" moments, along with a bevy of other classic putdowns, at

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Archie artist Bill Galvan makes two appearances in March

From Archie Comics

MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Jughead & Friends writer and artist Bill Galvan is on the road. On March 15, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., he will be at Dragon's Keep, 260 North University Avenue, Provo, Utah 84601.

Dragon's Keep Customer Appreciation Day & Creator Signing is a family-oriented event. There will be free sketches and signing by Galvan, along with an interactive gaming room on-site. This is an event for all ages and not to be missed!

Call (801) 373-3482 or visit for more information.

Galvan is also conducting a workshop at the Provo Library at 10:30 a.m. the day of the event for about 45 minutes, then heading back to the shop.

The library is about a block from the shop, at 550 North University Avenue, Provo. Call (801) 852-6650 or visit

Monday, February 25, 2008

Catherine Bach and M.C. Gainey sign on to Motor City Comic Con

The original Daisy and a remade Rosco are two of the offerings at the Motor City Comic Con in Metro Detroit this spring. The show, set for May 16-18 at Novi's Rock Financial Showplace, will make a nice "Dukes of Hazzard" showing with special guests Catherine Bach and M.C. Gainey.

You no doubt know M.C. Gainey from the 2005 "Dukes of Hazzard" remake movie, playing Rosco P. Coltane, but did you know he was in one of the original episodes, too? He portrayed Peters in the 1982 episode "Bad Day in Hazzard."

For the third year in a row, BRB will also be there to sign copies of "Them Dukes! Them Dukes!" with the Canadian Dukes of Hazzard Fan Club display, which will include some fabulous "Dukes" vehicles (a Hazzard County boat, even, besides the trademark blazin'-orange General Lee) and a vast display of "Dukes" memorabilia. BRB also will be bringing along copies of the newly released "Destination: Dallas" and the original BRBTV fact book, "Dynasty High."

The Monkee Micky Dolenz, the CHiPs-y Erik Estrada and the Hulk-y Lou Ferrigno will be there, too, so the Motor City show is shaping up to be the show to see! Find out more at the Motor City's official site.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Checking in with the "Dukes" museum in Canada

You know we like to keep you up-to-date on what's happening with the "Dukes of Hazzard" museum currently under construction by Paul Harrington and his Canadian Dukes of Hazzard Fan Club. Paul sent us a bunch of photos a while back, some of which we're featuring here, to give you more of a glimpse of the building's progress.

Check earlier posts of this blog, too, to see additional photos and information about this fun project, which will house Paul's considerable collection of "Dukes" memorabilia. (That's Paul diggin' the hole below! What an inenviable task!)

It's a labor of love, we know ...

Stay tuned for more updates on the museum as time passes.

Photos courtesy of Paul Harrington

Thursday, February 21, 2008

"Dukes" reunion movies set for DVD this summer

Warner Bros. has set a release date for their DVD of the two "Dukes of Hazzard" reunion TV movies. June 10 is the date -- so mark it on your calendar.

The DVD set will include 1997's "The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!" and 2000's "The Dukes of Hazzard: Hazzard in Hollywood." TVShowsonDVD has the official WB press release and the art of the packaging:

BRBTV News Blog Blip: has Paul Dini's "200 words" column, where the acclaimed "Batman" animated writer talks about ocelots and spots. Really.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Archie's Bill Galvan appears at WonderCon

From Archie Comics

MAMARONECK, NY — Making its fourth annual appearance at WonderCon, this year’s Secret Origin of Good Readers panel features Dr. Robyn A. Hill (National University, San Diego), Mimi Cruz (Night Flight Comics, Salt Lake City), Bill Galvan (co-creator/artist of the Scrapyard Detectives, artist for Archie) and Bill Morrison (creative director of Bongo Comics).

The panelists will discuss how teachers, librarians, retailers and publishers can work together to bring comic books into the classroom for use as an innovative and motivating cross-curricular teaching tool and a vehicle for promoting reading and literacy. Through a multimedia presentation, personal remarks, and a question-and-answer session, the speakers will present an overview of the medium and highlight specific ways that comic books and graphic novels have been used to engage a variety of learners. The 70-page The Secret Origin of Good Readers companion resource book and other exciting materials are available for free download at, courtesy of

The Secret Origin of Good Readers
Room 232/234
Sunday, February 24
12:30-2:00 p.m.
WonderCon, San Francisco

BRBTV News Blog Blip: In a video that David Hasselhoff should be quite embarrassed about, Disneyland celebrates its 30th anniversary, featuring our own John Forsythe of "Dynasty" and a very young Drew Barrymore. It's an '80s extravaganza, adding in Roy Clark, Donna Summer and even vintage Ronald Reagan at the beginning, and it was just posted on YouTube. Enjoy!

BRBTV News Blog Blip 2: That Joan-Collins-at-the-market-in-her-cowgirl-duds thing sure has legs. We found it again at

Still another BRBTV News Blog Blip: And speaking of photos of "Dynasty" stars, here's a quick shot of Jack Coleman, our second Steven Carrington, escorting his "Heroes" co-star Hayden Panettiere out of a private party, which looks to be, from what we've seen on the Internet in the past few days, Coleman's own 50th birthday bash with a few of his closest friends! (Scroll down, if you can make it past "Prison Boys" hottie Wentworth Miller!!!!! Sorry, that's "Prison Break"!)

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Bits 'n' Pieces: Priscilla, more Joan, and of course (!) John Schneider

- Priscilla Presley is the latest vintage TV star to take to the dance floor on ABC. Our own third and final Jenna Wade of "Dallas" will hopefully stride-rightly in the next season of "Dancing With the Stars." The action begins March 17, and Presley has some stiff competition for attention: actress Marlee Matlin will be the first deaf dancer on the show. BRB's own local newspaper, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, has the story.

- We couldn't just stop at that cute little Joan Collins photo linked up yesterday. We found another one, this time at, from the grand opening night at the Third Annual Los Angeles Italia Film, Fashion and Art Festival.

- Actor Bob Ginnaven, who popped up in some 1981 episodes of "Dallas," has died. Ginnaven, 71, whose character name was Bob on "Dallas," also worked in local television in his hometown of Little Rock, Arkansas. has more.

- In the "happened upon on the Internet" category, this sweet little 2004 story on John Schneider, our own Bo Duke of "The Dukes of Hazzard," sheds some light on his faith. "I want people to know that God is not using me just because I am John Schneider the actor, the celebrity," Schneider told the Christian Reader. "God doesn't really care about that. God has something big for everyone."

- Finally, just for us Bat-fans: a LEGO set featuring the characters we know and love from "Batman: The Animated Series" and its various offshoots. Harley's just darling! and Kotaku have the photos.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Sheree J. Wilson speaks up, and she'll be at Fan Appreciation Weekend, too!

Thank God for the Ultimate Dallas website .... We'd been bugging poor Sheree J. Wilson for more than a year for an interview (we say "bugging," though she was gracious, and truth be told, we kept our toes on this side of professionalism! really!), but time and projects and her schedule just never permitted it, and we had to publish "Destination: Dallas" without it. Thankfully, Wilson took the time to talk with UD, though, and the results are posted at their site.

"I walked onto the set and the first person I see is Larry Hagman," Wilson says. "He looks at me and says, 'Hello, darlin, you know your jokes?' I said, 'Do I know my jokes?' He said, 'Your lines, your lines, always know your jokes and come to work prepared and we'll have a ball.' That's the only thing he said, I would memorize my lines, I would memorize his lines, if he didn't have his lines I would tell him his lines, I would memorize the whole script." (laughs) "All we did was laugh, I had the best time on that show of any any show I've ever done."

There's lots more from Wilson about her life after that wonderful moment that she walked up to Jack Ewing in that polka-dotted outfit!

Wilson, incidentally, is one of the "Dallas" cast members appearing at the FanSource A Fan Appreciation Weekend, where there will be a special dinner honoring "Dallas." Besides Wilson, Linda Gray (Sue Ellen Ewing), Patrick Duffy (Bobby Ewing), Lesley-Anne Down (Stephanie Rogers) and Morgan Fairchild (Jenna Wade) are scheduled to appear.

It all happens at the Beverly Garland Holiday Inn this October.

BRBTV News Blog Blip: She's such a doll, that Joan Collins. MavrixOnline has got her steppin' out at a Rite-Aid the other day, in her saucy little cowgal duds. Fun!

Friday, February 15, 2008

See My Lee!

We're always bringin' you something new and exciting with the occasional "See My Lee!" feature on the BRBTV News Blog. We've shown you General Lee cars from the U.K., a Chick Lee, a dual Lee owner, Bo's own Lee, a Lee from the 2005 movie, and we've even shown you a General Lee pocket bike. Today ... well, today, we've got a General Lee sled. Yes, a General Lee sled. But you probably already know that, because you've seen the photos!

This particular Lee is located at The Custom Sled Shop of Ontario. Fun! If you want to see this Lee up and in action (and without snow!), click over to YouTube:

BRBTV News Blog Blip: Found on the Internet ... a little blurb of Pamela Sue Martin, our own original Fallon Carrington of "Dynasty," talking about her earlier role as Nancy Drew:

Thursday, February 14, 2008

BarBara -- that's Luna to you!

BRBTV had the pleasure of meeting BarBara Luna (yes, that second capital B is correct) at last year's Motor City Comic Con in Metro Detroit while researching the "Destination: Dallas" book. Besides being immortalized as a "Star Trek" babe (Lt. Marlena Moreau of the truly fab original episode "Mirror, Mirror"), Luna has the distinction of being part of the lore that is "Dallas," as well. Later in the series, she portrayed Carmen Esperanza, the not-so-loving sister-in-law of J.R.'s nemesis LeeAnn de la Vega. (And the lovely actress told us she likes to be called simply Luna, by the way.)

Luna's going to be out and about in 2008, meeting and greeting fans, in a couple spots. Coming up in a week or so she'll be at WonderCon, at the Moscone Center South, 747 Howard Street in San Francisco. The dates for that date, so to speak, are February 22 to 24. Find out more about WonderCon, which, of course, will feature all the usual comics-related suspects (including Bruce Timm of "Batman: The Animated Series," et. al) at the WonderCon site.

Her other date for 2008 scheduled so far is at JumpCon in Boston, July 18-20. Find out more at the JumpCon site. And JumpCon will feature some other BRBTV faces: Tracy Scoggins of "Dynasty" and "The Colbys" will be there. Richard Herd, who played Jim Ellison on "Dynasty" in 1986 and John Mackey on "Dallas" in 1981, too. Plus James Horan, who played Maxwell Allen on "Dynasty" in 1984. Rock out!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Nancy Lee Grahn joins in "GH" Fan Club Weekend

Today's news may be all about the end of the writer's strike and the raging feud between Beyonce and Aretha, but here at the BRBTV News Blog, we're looking off into the future ... pretty far off into the future ... to, say, summertime ....

Nancy Lee Grahn, our lovely Julia Wainwright Capwell of "Santa Barbara" who continues to shine these days as Alexis Davis on ABC's "General Hospital," will do a meet and greet this July. She'll appear at the annual "GH" Fan Club Weekend on Friday, July 11, 2008, from 6-9 p.m. The weekend happens at the Sportsman Lodge, 2825 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, California.

The weekend kicks off the day before and features a bevy of "GH" stars. See the schedule at

Didya know that Grahn played a saloon girl on a 1980 episode of "Little House on the Prairie," by the way? Is that fun, or is that fun?

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Paul Dini muses in '200 words'

Paul Dini, our writer extraordinnaire from "Batman: The Animated Series," "Batman Beyond" and so many other Bat-animated incarnations, will be featured in a new column on the Net.

iFanboy is going to be running a column by Dini called "200 Words With Paul Dini" each Thursday. It coincides with iFanboy's new site design.

Formed in 2000, iFanboy is an Internet celebration of -- you guessed it -- comic books. Read more here:

Monday, February 11, 2008

Found around the web, for some shopping fun ...


- OK, there were only 19 minutes left on this at press time, but they're too darling not to pass along ... J.R. Ewing earrings
- The Hirschfeld books are good reading for any "Dallas" fan, highlighting the action in the first few years of the series ... Trio of books by Burt Hirschfeld
- C'mon, admit it -- you've always wanted to own one of these ... Can of J.R. Ewing Beer


- So sweet, that Krystle was ... Krystle perfume vial card
- Who says her appeal isn't absolutely enduring? ... Photographs of Joan Collins
- Some good vintage reading ... The Authorized Biography of the Carringtons

"The Dukes of Hazzard"

- These little guys aren't necessarily easy to snag ... TV tray
- Everybody's gotta have this in their collection ... Lunchbox
- In tribute to those other Duke cousins ... Coy and Vance color photo

"Santa Barbara"

- BRB was just looking at her copy of this one over the weekend; it's fun ... Tribute mag by Daytime TV
- The shirt itself says it all; no lead-in required! ... T-shirt
- The show had a fun alternate title in Germany ... California Clan soundtrack

Friday, February 08, 2008

Lifetime decides they kinda like Heather Locklear!

Ahhhh ... life on the brink of your 40th birthday. Now that's something we can relate to! Of course, if we could look like Heather Locklear, we wouldn't worry what the age ...

Still fresh off a 2007 spin with Lifetime in the well-received Nora Roberts movie "Angels Fall," Locklear is doing another Lifetime project. This one is a holiday movie tentatively titled "Flirting With 40."

The plotline, according to the Hollywood Reporter: "A divorced mother of two (Locklear) who, while on vacation on the brink of her 40th birthday, enters into an unexpected romance with a much younger man and learns that life can begin at 40." To quote such an overused cliche (at least for us) ... meow!

"It's obvious that our viewers adore her," said Tanya Lopez, senior vp original movies at Lifetime Networks. Yea, we buy that.

Our "Dynasty" babe (who has yet to age, mind you!) also has a 2009 project in the works: "Flying By," also starring Billy Ray Cyrus, with whom she did a stint on Cyrus' daughter's show, "Hannah Montana."

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Just the good ol' boys -- in cabaret

"Dukes in Concert"? That sounds like a whole lotta fun. It's what the Orange County Performing Arts Center in California has on tap for this season. And it features our own Bo and Luke Duke, John Schneider and Tom Wopat. For Wopat, this is simply part of his long theater life. But for Schneider? In cabaret? Fun!

The show, scheduled for May 10, will be down-home, and it sounds like it will really highlight the longtime friendship the two have had. It happens at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Tickets are $24-76.

See more at

And snag your tickets beginning March 16 (and see a sweet photo) at the Orange County Performing Arts Center website:

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Cheryl and Archie heading down the aisle? Romance is definitely in the air

From Archie Comics

MAMARONECK , NY – In a special issue of Betty & Veronica Spectacular, Cheryl Blossom stars in “For Better or For Worse,” a tale in which Archie and Cheryl hear wedding bells, as Archie accompanies Cheryl to a wedding as her date. When Betty becomes a bridesmaid at the very same wedding, Veronica must find a way to include herself and take center stage. Betty and Veronica also share their personal vision of their own romantic futures. All of this, as well as all of the fashions, quizzes, puzzles and games that sets Betty & Veronica Spectacular apart and makes it… Spectacular!

Betty & Veronica Spectacular
Stories and art by Dan Parent
On sale on newsstands: March 31, 2008
32-page, full-color comic
$2.25 U.S.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Camille Marchetta hits the virtual book circuit

In a true tribute to modern technology and the fabulous Internet age that we live in, Camille Marchetta, whom "Dallas" and "Dynasty" fans know as one of the shows' talented scribes, has embarked on a virtual book tour. You might recall Marchetta's latest novel is "The River, By Moonlight" (see the September 20 post of this blog). To promote that book, here are the stops on her tour ...

Feb. 1 - Fiction Scribe (interview)
Feb. 4 - Book Marketing Buzz (interview)
Feb. 5 - The Story Behind the Book (guest post)
Feb. 6 - American Chronicle
Feb. 7 - J. Kaye's Book Blog (review)
Feb. 8 - The Book Connection (guest post)
Feb. 11 - Virtual Wordsmith (review)
Feb. 12 - The Writer's Life (interview)
Feb. 13 - Beyond the Books (interview)
Feb. 14 - Virtual Wordsmith (interview)
Feb. 15 - Storycrafters (guest post)
Feb. 18 - (
Feb. 19 - Buzz the Book (book spotlight)
Feb. 20 - The Book Stacks (guest post)
Feb. 21 - The Dark Phantom (book spotlight)
Feb. 22 - Blogcritics
Feb. 26 - Paperback Writer (interview)
Feb. 27 - Loaded Questions (interview)

"It's been a lot of hard work preparing for the tour," Marchetta tells BRBTV, "but fun, too; and certainly interesting for me. It's a whole new cyber world."

Indeed. You can also learn more about Marchetta in our interview with her in the BRBTV reference book "Destination: Dallas."

Monday, February 04, 2008

Bits 'n' Pieces: Bo, Luke, their filming locale, and a little Michael Praed for good measure

- From the newswires: The original Warner Bros. studio in Los Angeles where "The Dukes of Hazzard" was filmed has been sold, its owner said Thursday. Tribune Co. said Hudson Capital LLC bought the property for $125 million. The Warner Bros. studio, dating to 1923, was home to the first talking movies, such other legendary films as "The Maltese Falcon" and "Rebel Without a Cause" and TV classics "Maverick" and "Friends."

- Oh, that John Schneider, out and about. You just can't keep a good man down. Or, you just can't keep a good man at home. Or some silly tired cliche like that. Anyway ... thanks to Garry at the nifty for switching channels a bit, so to speak, and sending us the tipoff on this one: John Schneider will appear this summer at the Mirande Country Music Festival. It's in July in the South of France, and in the past it's featured "Dallas" cast members, too. Learn more at the Mirande site.

- Also on the "Dukes" front, we've got another update from Sheri of "Tom's new Broadway show, 'A Catered Affair,' has recently launched its website -- and what a fun website it looks to be. In the spirit of the show, surrounding a family wedding, cast and crew will be sharing their own wedding stories and photos. And even more fun -- you can submit your own story and enter the contest to win tickets for opening night on March 25, 2008 at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York City. Get details at the show's website:"
- Sheri, aka "the web girl,"

- Over in "Dynasty" land, the Gazette in the U.K. has a feature story on Michael Praed, our own Prince Michael of Moldavia, and his role in the stage production of "Sleuth":

Lynn Clark, who introduced the role of Lilly Light to us "Santa Barbara" fans with such fervor in 1986, in one of the first episodes of "Seinfeld," from 1990 and airing on TBS last week, portraying Jerry's girlfriend Vanessa. She had long, dishwater-blond hair and that late '80s look (and seemed so much taller! guess Lane Davies just enveloped her on-screen back on "SB"), but her voice was unmistakable. Fun!

Friday, February 01, 2008

BRBTV birthdays for February

February is here, and we've got some great birthdays for the stars of our BRBTV shows ...

- Kim Zimmer, who shone as Jodie Walker on "Santa Barbara," turns 53 on Groundhog's Day, February 2.
- Bo Hopkins, hotter than hot (in our opinion!) as Matthew Blaisdel on "Dynasty," turns 66 on February 2.
- Morgan Fairchild, one of the Jenna Wades on "Dallas" and so many other things in our soap-opera lexicon, turns 58 on February 3.
- Gayle Hunnicutt, who was the love of J.R.'s life, Vanessa Beaumont, on "Dallas," turns 65 on February 6.
- Bruce W. Timm, writer and artist for "Batman: The Animated Series," turns 47 on February 8.
- Dame Judith Anderson, the grand gal who originated the Minx Lockridge role on "SB," was born on February 10, 1897, and died on January 3, 1992.
- Tina Louise, the unforgettable Julie Grey on "Dallas," and an unforgettable redhead anyway (!), turns 74 on Saturday, February 11.
- Richard Eden, who was Brick Wallace on "Santa Barbara," turns 49 on February 13.
- Stockard Channing, who voiced the Barbara Gordon of the future (that's Commissioner Barbara Gordon to you!) on "Batman Beyond," turns 64 on February 13.
- Gretchen Wyler, who is a BRBTV double-shot as Dr. Dagmara Conrad on "Dallas" and Judge Larson on "SB," was born on February 16, 1932 and died on died May 27, 2007.
- George Kennedy, so fun as Carter McKay on "Dallas," turns 83 on February 18.
- Michael Nader, the hottie Dex Dexter on "Dynasty," turns 63 on February 19.
- Kathleen Beller, who was Kirby Aynders on "Dynasty," turns 52 on February 19.
- Two "Santa Barbara" stars share a birthday on February 20: Marj Dusay (second Pamela Capwell), who turns 72 and Peter Love (Ric Castillo), who turns 45.
- Henry Polic II, who voiced the Scarecrow on "Batman: The Animated Series," turns 63 on February 20.
- Jack Coleman, the second Steven Carrington on "Dynasty," who's got a great show in NBC's "Heroes," turns 50 on February 21.
- John Ashton, who was cartel oilman Willie Joe Garr on "Dallas," turns 60 on February 22.
- Dennis Redfield, who played Roger Larson on "Dallas," turns 65 on February 23.
- Two "Dynasty" stars share a birthday on February 24: James Farentino (Dr. Nick Toscanni) turns 70 and Susan Scannell (Nicole Simpson DeVilbus) turns 50.
- John Vernon, the voice of Rupert Thorne in "Batman: The Animated Series," was born on February 24, 1932 and died on February 1, 2005.
- Leann Hunley, Dana Waring on "Dynasty," turns 53 on February 25.
- Bert Remsen, a double BRBTV star as Dandy Dandridge on "Dallas" and Jack Crager on "Dynasty," was born on February 25, 1925 and died on April 22, 1999.
- Margarita Cordova, who was Rosa Andrade on "SB," turns 69 on February 26.
- Barbara Babcock, Pam's steady boss Liz Craig on "Dallas," turns 71 on February 27.
- Stephanie Beacham, the spicy Sable Colby of "Dynasty" and "The Colbys," turns 61 on February 28.

Happy birthday to all ...