Learn how a pre-Iron Man Downey was fired from Ally McBeal, leading to the big plans for the Season 4 finale to be scrapped.
After drinking plenty of Ovaltine, Brian Cronin deciphers the secret code of the beloved holiday movie.
Brian Cronin boards the Jupiter 2 in hopes of finding the origins of the well-known robotic response.
Brian Cronin uses one of his wishes to find out whether the size of the Genie on the Aladdin poster led Robin Williams to vow he’d never work for Disney again.
This week Brian Cronin books a return flight to Springfield to discover whether First Lady Barbara Bush really penned an apology letter to Marge Simpson.
This week Brian Cronin uses the Force to uncover whether the original draft of The Empire Strikes Back depicted a vastly different Skywalker family tree.
This week Brian Cronin digs into the oft-repeated legend that Oprah Winfrey owes her first name to a typo on her birth certificate.
A story persists the legendary voice actor Mel Blanc, best known for his role as Bugs Bunny, was actually allergic to carrots. Brian Cronin finds out what’s up, doc.
The game is afoot as Brian Cronin investigates whether Star Trek: The Next Generation used Sherlock Holmes characters without authorization.
Whistling while he works, Brian Cronin digs into the legend that Walt Disney kept Snow White voice actress Adriana Caselotti under contract to prevent her from taking other roles.
This week, Brian Cronin retraces how Charles Schulz’s ownership of a Ford started his Peanuts characters on the road to A Charlie Brown Christmas.
This week, Brian Cronin writes to Santa to learn whether Fox originally tried to hide that the holiday classic Miracle on 34th Street was a Christmas movie.