I was just watching re-runs of johnny Carson show that they show daily......and Rich Little was on. The thing I realized, is that every actor he impersonated, would not be recognized by most people in their 30's or younger. John Wayne, Bogart. Stewart, Cagney, Peter Lore. Louis Armstrong, Burt Lancaster, Heston..... When I was a kid, I would watch regular tv(there was no cable)......and think to myself....the people in these movies....even the minor actors ...will live forever, because these movies will always be shown over and over on these stations.(we only had 6-7 stations) But with cable, and people not being interested in black and white movies.......I was wrong. These stars, and almost stars of the B movies that I used to watch.......are gone....unless you are taking a film class in college. No one will remember them like I thought. There work is rather disposable. even classic comedy like Marx brothers movies..from over 80 years ago are dead to the world.. Growing up watching old movies to me were Marx brothers, Laureland Hardy. Abbot and Costello, Bowery Boys. ....were played every sunday on local movie channel. Those are all but dead to the world. They are what silent films were to me.