Zac Efron b.1987 (Firefly)
Frieda Pinto b. 1984 (Rise from the Planet of the Apes)
Xun Zhou b. 1974 (Cloud Atlas)
Owen Wilson b. 1968 (Night at the Museum)
Jean Claude Van Damme b. 1960 (Universal Soldier, Timecop)
Arliss Howard b. 1954 (The Time Traveler’s Wife, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Twilight Zone, The Day After)
Chuck Lorre b. 1952 (show runner, The Big Bang Theory)
Pam Dawber b.1951 (Mork and Mindy)
Joe Morton b. 1947 (Terminator 2, Eureka, Brother from Another Planet)
Howard Shore b.1946 (music, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbitt)
Peter Boyle b. 1935 died 12 December 2006 (Young Frankenstein, The X-Files)
George C. Scott b. 1927 died 22 September 1999 (Firestarter, Dr. Strangelove)
Klaus Kinski b. 1926 died 23 November 1991 (Nosferatu, Timestalkers)
A lot of well known names on the list today. Pam Dawber gets The Picture Slot not only for being a Pretty Girl, but given all these people, she is the one whose most famous role is in a show with a science fiction premise.
Many happy returns to all the living people listed here.
Songs of the Future!
Predictor: War Movie, written by Paul Kantner, released on the 1971 album Bark by Jefferson Airplane
Thirteen battalion of mind raiders
Three hundred master computer killers
From great platforms in the mountains
Twenty mile lasers & great giant trackers...
Twenty miles south now in 1975
All my people rose from the countryside
Until we meet again and touch our hands together in another land
Reality: This album was released on their own label in 1971, the first recorded after founding member Marty Balin left. This is the first of two songs by Kantner that predict important events happening in 1975. The second such song, Ride the Tiger, was recorded by Jefferson Starship and has been mentioned on the blog back in August. As for the prediction, no great revolutionary war took place in 1975. At least as far as I remember. That time is kind of a blur for me, if you know what I mean.
Looking one day ahead... INTO THE FUTURE!
What can we expect in 1993. Splendid Amazons and pygmy men.
Hmm. I'll have to mark my calendar.
Join us then... IN THE FUTURE!