Jackie Gleason was the ultimate comedic genius. One of the earliest superstars of television, Gleason's 1950s variety show became one of the first "must-see TV" series. His 39 episode spin-off of his sketches based on The Honeymooners remains arguably the funniest sitcom ever created. Yet, many people forget The Great One's film career. He could be a consummate dramatic actor - and if you doubt it, just watch his brief performance in The Hustler which earned him an Oscar nomination despite being onscreen for about ten minutes. Also check out his heartbreaking, Willy Lohman-like character in his final film Nothing in Common opposite Tom Hanks.
Here's a gem of a segment from The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson: imagine the famous coffee house scene from When Harry Met Sally - only with Sean Connery and Michael Caine playing the Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan roles! It's hilarious - especially when "Connery" feigns the orgasms! Click here to view
The legendary tailor shop entrance to U.N.C.L.E. HQ made the top five list.
By Lee Pfeiffer
The terrific new website Spy Vibe asked me to submit a list of my five favorite spy movie sets. Granted, I only had time to write down what immediately sprang to mind, but unsurprisingly, four of the five are from James Bond movies - though one inclusion relating to 007 may surprise you. To read the list click here