Donna Loren is set to headline at the Tiki Oasis Festival in San Diego Friday, August 19th at 9pm
"Tiki Oasis is billed as the largest and longest-running Tiki gathering in the world. Tiki Oasis is a series of events over 4 nights and 3 days. Arrive Thursday night for our "Meet & Mingle" at the Bali Hai featuring live music. You can make your dinner reservations for the restaurant or purchase the buffet downstairs. Friday – Sunday partake in daytime events at the Crowne Plaza such as dj’s, shopping, educational symposiums, car show, and drinking cocktails while relaxing in the pool. In the evening enjoy the main stage bands and a midnight burlesque show. Stay for the finale closing party on Sunday featuring top entertainment as well as an early dinner BBQ!"
Dr. Kildare’s swansong fifth season carried with it some significant changes to the show’s format. No longer a once-weekly one hour drama, Dr. Kildare was now a twice-weekly half hour serial with storylines stretching over multiple parts and, perhaps even more excitingly, James Kildare M.D. (Richard Chamberlain) and Dr. Leonard Gillespie (Raymond Massey) were now being broadcast in color! This 7-Disc, 58-Episode Collection starts out on a high note as James Mason guests as a damaged doc whose psyche Kildare must battle to save. Then it’s time for Kildare take up his first teaching assignment, shortly before the hospital gets a new-state-of-the-art kidney machine. But which patients will be chosen? Notable guests include Dean Stockwell, Cloris Leachman, Fred Astaire, Audrey Totter, Kim Hunter, Darren McGavin, Basil Rathbone, James Earl Jones, Ricardo Montalban, Martin Balsam, William Shatner, John Saxon, Donna Loren and George Kennedy.
This collection includes the 7-Part 1965 series that co-starred Donna Loren:
Episode 13: The Life Machine
Episode 14: Toast The Golden Couple
Episode 15: Wives and Losers
Episode 16: Welcome Home, Dear Anna
Episode 17: A Child Shall Lead
Episode 18: Hour of Decision
Episode 19: Aftermath
Donna Loren will be joining "Batman" cast-members Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmarat The Hollywood Show on April 25th and 26th in Los Angeles to meet fans, sign photos and autograph the just released DVD collection of the 1960's "Batman" TV Show. Donna will have a selection of "Batman" related items available for purchase including photos, and T-Shirts.
The Second Disc has awarded the "REISSUE OF THE YEAR (POP/ROCK/R&B/C&W ALBUM OR ANTHOLOGY – NON-BOX SET)" for Donna Loren's "These Are The Good Times: The Complete Capitol Recordings"! Congrats to Ms. Loren and Now Sounds Records.
"Yet Now Sounds takes the Gold Bonus Disc for a release that lives up to its title: Donna Loren’s These Are the Good Times. Featuring the cream of the crop of L.A.’s Wrecking Crew (including Hal Blaine, Carol Kaye, Glen Campbell and Leon Russell) and some of pop’s greatest talents (Goffin and King, Mann and Weil, Jack Nitzsche, Randy Newman, Jackie DeShannon), These Are the Good Times is an ingenious album that never was – with period-perfect design, excellent liner notes and crisp remastering. Though Loren only had one Capitol album to her name (Beach Blanket Bingo, which is also included in full on this disc), it wasn’t a true indicator of her talents. This creative, cleverly-compiled and beautifully-presented to her discography makes for an invigorating discovery."
"You can't keep a 'Good Man' down. And, Vince Russo, you certainly could fill out a pair of tights, my friend. Wrestling, figuratively and metaphorically speaking, is what Mr. Russo and I have in common. Please listen to this very energetic interview we did recently." – DL
The complete "Batman" TV series is finally being released on digitally remastered Blu-Ray Video on November 11, 2014. Get it here.Watch the trailer and you will see a clip of Donna with Cesar Romero.She plays The Joker's moll as "Susie" in the popular two-part episode "The Joker Goes to School" (3/2/66) and "He Meets His Match, the Grisly Ghoul" (3/3/66) on ABC.
Some trivia: On the 1966 Batman Message Board, Donna was #1 pick of 'Molls who changed sides and helped Batman". Donna felt that Cesar Romero transformed himself into The Joker character seamlessly. She learned to play her role in a more campy way from him. Most of the garments she wore on Batman were from her personal wardrobe with the exception of the cheerleader outfit.