Wayne Robson (born in 1946 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian television actor who is best known for playing the part of Mike Hamar, a thief, on The Red Green Show and the character Beano Callahan in the Sandra Bullock and Denis Leary comedy, Two If by Sea . He has a son, Louis
He also appeared in Heritage Minutes, commercials commemorating the history of Canada.
Mike Hamar: I like to listen to the sound of my own heart when I'm... jogging away from things.
Red Green: This is a family member, the man who slept with your mother.
Mike Hamar: ...can you be more specific?
Red Green: I guess crime doesn't pay, huh, Mike?
Mike Hamar: Not the way I do it.
Mike Hamar: [Displays a drive-in speaker at a 1950s memorabilia auction] As you can see, gentlemen, this is an authentic drive-in movie speaker. It dates all the way back to the 50s.
Red Green: Where'd you get that?
Mike Hamar: At the Possum Lake Drive-In Theatre.
Red Green: You got that in the 50s?
Mike Hamar: No, I got it on Saturday...
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One Magic Christmas is a 1985 holiday film from Walt Disney Pictures, starring Harry Dean Stanton and Mary Steenburgen.
Ginny Grainger (Steenburgen) is the mother of two children, Abbie (Harnois) and Cal (Magwood). Her husband, Jack (Basarba), attempts to run a bike shop out of the basement in order to give a bike to his children's friend, Molly Monaham, who is poor and that's all she wants for Christmas. Due to this, Jack is out of work and Ginny must work as a cashier at a grocery store in order to survive. But Christmas is also looming on the horizon which is causing even more troubles for Ginny and ike Scrooge, she loses sight of what the true meaning of Christmas is.
One night, Abbie goes across the street to the mailbox to send a letter to Santa Claus. After she mails it, Gideon (Harry Dean Stanton), an angel who has been watching the Graingers, receives Abbie's letter from the mailbox and returns it to her saying that her mother should mail it. Abbie agrees, but when she's...,
The Grey Fox is a 1982 Canadian film written by John Hunter and directed by Phillip Borsos. It is based on the true story of Bill Miner, an American stagecoach robber who staged Canada's first train robbery on September 10, 1904. The film stars Richard Farnsworth as Miner. The cast also features Jackie Burroughs, Ken Pogue, Wayne Robson, Gary Reineke and Timothy Webber.The Grey Fox has been designated and preserved as a "masterwork" by the Audio-Visual Preservation Trust of Canada, a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the preservation of Canada’s audio-visual heritage. At the 4th Genie Awards in 1983, The Grey Fox was nomibated for thirteen awards and won seven:It has also been listed in the Toronto International Film Festival's TIFF List of Canada's Top Ten Films of All Time in 1984 and 1993.Films A–Z • Films by year • Animated • Comedy • Documentaries • Drama • Horror • LGBT • Sci-Fi • Short Actors •,
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