Why does Oogie Boogie have such a major connection to gambling?
This is a matter of character exposition. There's no need for Oogie to be a gambler, but it add flair/style to his character. Making him a cut-and-dry villain wouldn't work in a setting where everyone in Halloween town looks like a villain. He needs to stand out of the crowd in a way that the ...
Jerry Persheck (aka Pachyderm or The 'Derm) is an 'unseen character'. The principal characters talk about him in anecdotes but he is never seen on camera, even in a flashback. If fact, there was no actor cast in the role nor has any actor been credited with the role. As such, there is no image available to identify him.
However, through the available ...
To answer your question of to what extent the movie Wayne is based off of any such comic Wayne, the directed has stated that he has not used the comics for inspiration. In essence, the way Wayne Sr. is portrayed in the movie is not based on any comic reference. Although some sources indicate that Batman: The Killing Joke may have been an inspiration for the ...
He wasn't known as "Cookie Monster" yet, but he did make several appearances before Sesame Street.
From Cookie Monster - Wikipedia:
The book Jim Henson's Designs and Doodles explains Cookie Monster's origin as follows: "In 1966, Henson drew three monsters that ate cookies and appeared in a General Foods commercial that featured three crunchy ...
The short answer
Were Landa and Hellstrom lovers? Is there any proof?
There is no proof and I don't think this is the case.
Why would he kill her in such an intimate fashion otherwise?
Landa killed Bridget because he wanted to (rather than needing to), and he did it quietly so as not to harm his changes of defecting as they were his only way to avoid ...
For a couple of reasons
They were making great money, compared their previous income, but coming from modest means, they were still frugal in their lifestyles. They could have afforded to buy their own booze and drink it, but instead looked for an opportunity to steal from their employers, instead, for instance. The accumulation of increased income had ...
Kathleen Turner/ Cybil Shepard (?)
A doctor (Richard Chamberlain)
The Three stooges
In the 1980's they portrayed a strong women who were kind of cynical and down to earth. A person who would stick to their guns and make sure Sany don't quit treatment.
a pornstar, to ease the harshneas of ...
This doesn't look like the same actor to me.
Here's Dan Castellaneta's imdb, which doesn't list The Last Boy Scout as one of his movies, as you state in your question.
The actor in the screen shot looks to be Jack Kehler, listed as Scrabble Man on IMDB. He's listed with 165 credits on IMDB, he's kind of a forgettable every man that Hollywood uses.