It will be the fifth largest bankruptcy in U.S history, trailing Lehman Brothers, Worldcom, GM and a few others that picked our pocket books. Carl Ichan supports the banko. Maybe I missed it, but in today's Oregonian this story was void. It appears on the front page of todays Wall Street Journal. This is going to effect the markets Monday for sure.
The Raiders were also the most televised band in rock history appearing 520 times on Dick Clark's production "Where The Action Is"...and a long list of guest spots from Shindig to the Tonight Show. The group later hosted "The Happening" which was a let down compared to "Where The Action Is". I wish a cable channel would air those shows because every group that had hit songs between 1965-1966 performed. I think The Beatles were the only group who did not. On another note about this band that hailed from Idaho & Oregon, their hit "Indian Reservation" in the summer of 1971 sold over 4 million copies making it the #1 seller for Columbia in ten years.
Revenge has never been so bland watching this stupid movie. The script is just too stupid for words and the acting is horrible. To make matters worse, it was endless. Not even 1 star for this worse than made for TV movie. Jamie Foxx should be embarrassed.