It has just been announced that Ernest Borgnine will be giving lectures onboard the Millennium May 1 sailing
Oscar-winning actor Ernest Borgnine has appeared in more than 100 films, including, "The Dirty Dozen" (1967) and "The Poseidon Adventure" (1972). In 1953, he starred as the brutal stockade sergeant, Fatso, in the classic film, "From Here to Eternity." Borgnine went on to become famous around the world for his Oscar-winning portrayal of the Bronx butcher "Marty" in 1955. From 1962 to 1966, Borgnine starred in the television series, "McHale's Navy."
Let's see: He could lecture on: Acting, aging, humor, living in Hollywood's golden era, investing (he is quite wealthy), how to marry a woman who is better looking than you are. I would attend all but the last one since I already did that.
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OK I suppose he may have some stories to tell but I would much rather have Michael Moore as the lecturer. Perhaps Michael Moore and Al Franken both on the same ship. That would be awesome. Anne Coulter and Shaun Hannity would do a great job as a comedy duo in the Celebrity theatre.
I fail to see what this thread has to do with talk show hosts, radio personalities, Columnists, or movie producers that are activists. Lets keep it on subject and not try and turn this into a soapbox.