75 years ago, Orson Welles caused panic in the United States

Orson Wells, The War of the Worlds, radio, CBS, USA
75 years ago, the American director Orson Welles caused panic among the U.S. population by issuing a radio adaptation of the classic HG Wells, "The War of the Worlds". A story that made ​​60 distressing minutes to become the most famous in the history of global broadcasting.


Marcia Wallace, Edna Krabappel on "The Simpsons", dies of cancer

Marcia Wallace, dubber actress of Edna Krabappel at The Simpsons, has died from breast cancer that she had been fighting against almost 30 years. As a sign of respect for Wallace, Fox Television removed the teacher from the series.