Links from the past, with relevance today:
VARIETY: The Comeback Girl, a proposed movie about the life of Joan Rivers to have starred Kathryn Hahn, will not proceed. Unfortunately, Rivers's life rights had not been purchased in advance, and rather than come out as an unauthorized project, producers have decided to move on.
RANDY REPORT: A loving tribute to The Electric Company, which is turning 50 years old this week.
VARIETY: Comedy legend Mort Sahl dies at 94.
BILLBOARD: Why "I Put a Spell on You" still enchants Hocus Pocus fans all these years later.
BOY CULTURE: Remembering sexy-as-anything Tony Franciosa.
RICK'S REAL/REEL LIFE: A deep dive into one of my favorite '70s horror flicks, Burnt Offerings, starring Karen Black, Oliver Reed, Bette Davis, Burgess Meredith and Eileen Heckart. And — of course — the creepiest chauffeur ever.