MCI Gramercy Press e-mail commercial featuring Katy Selverstone circa 1994.
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September 7, 1994, and these two brief commercials introduce you to Darlene (the lovely Katy Selverstone) and the world of fictional publishing house Gramercy Press. This stuffy old company is about to enter the computer age and nothing will ever be the same! This is the official beginning of the very popular serial commercial series that ran for one year from September 1994 through September 1995. Stay tuned, more to come!
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NYIFF Director Rich Rossi interviews Domenica Cameron Scorsese and Katy Selverstone about their new film Roots in Water!
The complete opening sequence of The Drew Carey Show sans the credit titles. The song, 5 O'Clock world is by The Vogues. No copyright infringement intended! If copyright owner wishes the video to be removed please contact me directly. Thanks.
This is "Bear" from 365 Days/365 Plays by Pulitzer and Tony winner Suzan-Lori Parks. 365 Days/365 Plays is a collection of plays that are being performed over the course of the year by hundreds of theatre companies and ensembles throughout the U.S and the world. For more information on the project go to 365plays365days.com. This film was presented as part of Week 41, presented by Pacific Resident Theatre of Venice, California. The stage production was directed by Judith Scott and produced by Tania Getty. For more on PRT go to www.pacificresidenttheatre.com. This film was produced by wee small films. It was directed by Keith Stevenson and produced by Neil McGowan and Kevin Babiak. The cast includes Katy Selverstone, Scott Jackson and Keith Stevenson. For more about their films go to: weesmallfilms.com. wee small films Woman: Katy Selverstone Man: Scott Jackson Other man: Keith Stevenson
Long live Drew Carey! Lyrics: Up every mornin just to keep a job I gotta fight my way through the hustling mob Sounds of the city poundin in my brain While another day goes down the drain But its a five oclock world when the whistle blows No one owns a piece of my time And theres a five oclock me inside my clothes Thinkin that the world looks fine, yeah Tradin my time for the pay I get Livin on money that I aint made yet Ive been goin tryin to make my way While I live for the end of the day Cuz its a five oclock world when the whistle blows No one owns a piece of my time, and Theres a long-haired girl who waits, I know To ease my troubled mind, yeah oh my lady, yeah oh my lady, yeah In the shelter of her arms everythings OK When she talks then the world goes slippin away And I know the reason I can still go on When every other reason is gone, In my five oclock world she waits for me Nothing else matters at all Cuz every time my baby smiles at me I know thats its all worthwhile, yeah oh my lady, yeah oh my lady, yeah, fade........
From March 7th, 1995, this is a late night 5 minute "super commercial" that combines the story lines of the first Network MCI advertisements featuring the fictional publishing house Gramercy Press and the lovely Darlene (Katy Selverstone) as they enter the computer age for the first time. My favorite part (besides Katy, of course) is the old codger who refuses to use e-mail. "Would Shakespeare use e-mail?" he asks. Enjoy the show!