Sylvia Sidney (Juno) Sidney was already a six-decade movie veteran -- known for such classics as "Fury" (1936), "Sabotage" (1936), and "Dead End" (1937) -- when Burton cast the 77-year-old as afterlife bureaucrat Juno in "Beetlejuice." Afterward, she continued to play comic roles, including the senile grandma in Burton's "Mars Attacks" in 1996. Her final gig was a recurring role as a supernatural travel agent on the revived "Fantasy Island".
"The Love Boat" was a romantic comedy series based on the adventures of passengers on a cruise liner. The ship was the Pacific Princess, however, depending on where the show was set other ships were used in shooting the episodes. The show was based on a couple of TV movies of the same title which itself was based on a book written by an actual cruise director entitled "The Love Boats". Read the full story>>