Randall "Tex" Cobb, not to be confused with other fine actors Bill Cobbs (of "The Bodyguard") and Lee J. Cobb (of "Macho Callahan") has long been ignored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. This is why, as a unanimous board decision, we the Executive Board of the MPAA are pleased to announce Randall "Tex" Cobb as the recipient of our honorary OSCAR at this year's Academy Awards ceremony. Mr. Cobb has continually shown his ability to portray a wide variety of characters, from the big hairy bike riding murderer in "Raising Arizona" and the big hairy thief in "Collision Course," to the big hairy supporting guy in the "Golden Child," the big hairy mental patient who thinks he's black in "Critical Condition" and the big hairy rapist prisoner in "Fletch Lives" and "Naked Gun 33 1/3." In addition to his exemplary acting skills, Mr. Cobb has also shown Hollywood what it is like to have such a demanding casting call for big, hairy members in the motion picture industry. Enjoy the nail-biting action as Randall Tex Cobb slams another man in the face with a baseball bat in "Blind Fury." Cheer "Tex" on as he beats the shit out of another hairless wimp in "The Deadly Mission." Hear your heart rate pulse and shift into high gear as he pummels Jim Varney in "Ernest Goes to Jail." And enjoy the classic Hollywood laff-out-loud comedy as Tex delivers his famous "Bend Over" line from "Fletch Lives." Movie Magic just doesn't get any better than this. It's all there--the magic of these movies--thanks to our GOLDEN CHILD, Randall "Tex" Cobb. from a page titled "Bend Over" on geocities.