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Updated: 7/17/03
 

Rugrats Go Wild!


Nancy with Charlie
Adler and son, Jack
The benefit World Premiere of "RUGRATS GO WILD" was held Sunday June 1st at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood. Many celebrity cast members and their own (But some of them grown) "rugrats" walked the red carpet. Nancy, who voices Chuckie Finster, attended with her two kids, Lucy and Jack. Voice-director, Charlie Adler and actors Michael Bell (Chas Finster), Jodi Carlisle (Marianne Thornberry), Cree Summer (Susie Carmichael), Jack Riley (Stu Pickles) and Kath Souci (Phil, Lil and Betty DeVille) were also in attendance. The Dome was packed to the rafters with kids of all sizes and ages. Everyone got a program, as much popcorn and soda as he/she could carry, and the movie began! The cast members sat together with their respective families, and given the amount of laughter and whoops and hollers from that "peanut gallery", the movie was a big hit. Immediately following the screening, Nancy and her family made their way down Sunset Blvd. to the party sponsored by Klasky-Csupo, the animation studio that produced the film. The parking lot was transformed into a jungle with all sorts of games, prizes, dancing, food, fun and Bruce Willis. (Who played Spike, the dog!) When asked how she responds to parents that don’t approve of Bart, Nancy quipped. "There are actually a few people out there who refuse to watch ‘The Simpsons’! And when given the opportunity, I have no problem introducing them to ‘Chuckie’ You should see the look on their kids' face! Priceless. The mild humor is perfect for any little guy and his parents to enjoy."

Mr Luck


Nancy, Jack and Jim Meskimen
On the evening of June 21s, Nancy Cartwright and her son Jack had the enormous pleasure of reading a story together before a live audience. This was a performance of the L. Ron Hubbard Pulp Fiction Adventures Theater. They read Mr. Hubbard’s story Mr. Luck. Bringing this exciting adventure tale to life was Jack’s first work as a live reader. It was a wonderful event and mother and son really worked well together, reading this classic tale in the style of the old radio dramas.

The performances of these classic stories can be enjoyed most Saturdays at the Authors Services building, 7051 Hollywood Blvd. For more information, or to attend a reading, please call (323) 466-3310.

 
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IT’S A BEACH!

On Sunday, June 29th, I packed a couple beach towels, sunscreen, picnic goodies, water, and-oh-yes, my kids, Jack and Lucy, and headed to the Santa Monica beach. We were joining the Celebrity Centre’s “Way to Happiness Club” to do one of many beach clean-ups we do annually.

Using the book The Way to Happiness by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard, this non-profit organization uses one of the 21 precepts to make this world a better place. The beach clean-up was demonstrating “Safeguard and Improve Your Environment.” There was an incredible turnout of about 35 kids. We were all given plastic trash bags and rubber gloves (for the gunk–yuck!) and proceeded to comb the beach for litter and trash.

This event was run by Rob Hoover who tosses in surfing lessons for anyone helping out! Jack and Lucy learned to “catch a wave” and “hang ten,” while Mom preferred to stay on shore. (Hey, somebody has to guard the brownies!)


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