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Deborah Kerr

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  • Academy Awards: Fearless picks in a ho-hum year; why not a best-actress tie?

     
    Best actress: It's a two-way race between good friends Viola Davis of "The Help" and Meryl Streep of "The Iron Lady." Davis is given the edge for a fine performance in a sentimental movie. Streep is brilliant in a misguided movie. I'm pulling for Streep,...
  • Ernest Borgnine: TCM, Antenna TV to salute him

     
    The late, great Ernest Borgnine will receive a 24-hour marathon salute from TCM on July 26. Borgnine died Sunday at age 95. He may be best remembered for the sitcom “McHale's Navy.” Starting at 7 a.m. ET Sunday, Antenna TV will offer the &#...
  • John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, Elvis get TCM marathons

     
    TCM starts its Summer Under the Stars festival Wednesday with John Wayne, arguably the biggest movie star of all. Each day in August, starting at 6 a.m., the channel will salute a performer with a 24-hour marathon. What is Wayne's best? I vote “...
  • A Nixonian twist to high school musicals?

     
    A friend whose child goes to a large suburban high school tells me that the recent student production of a musical featured one kid acting the leading role but lip-synching the big songs while another kid sang off stage. In......
  • Cast a cold eye

    Cast a cold eye
    Ladies and gentlemen, let's compare and contrast. In her blockbuster first novel, "A Woman of Substance," Barbara Taylor Bradford pitted her fiercely determined heroine against almost insurmountable obstacles: grinding poverty, physical abuse, sexual...
  • Michael Musto on Oscars: 'Kate Winslet is the new Deborah Kerr, let's face it!'

    Michael Musto on Oscars: 'Kate Winslet is the new Deborah Kerr, let's face it!'
  • Classic and rare films at Cinecon

    Classic and rare films at Cinecon
    Movie buffs, prepare to feast upon a banquet of classic and rare films, celebrity guests and memorabilia marts at the 45th annual Cinecon film festival, which kicks off tonight and runs through Monday at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Among the...
  • Author of the play 'Tea and Sympathy'

    Playwright Robert Anderson, author of such Broadway hits as "Tea and Sympathy" and "You Know I Can't Hear You When the Water's Running," died Monday. He was 91. His stepdaughter, Mary-Kelly Busch, said Anderson, who had Alzheimer's disease, died of...
  • Jack Cardiff dies at 94; Oscar-winning British cinematographer

    Jack Cardiff, the British cinematographer who won an Academy Award for his stunning color work on the 1947 drama "Black Narcissus" and later became an Oscar-nominated director, has died. He was 94. Cardiff, who as a cinematographer was known as a pioneer...
  • Requiem: 2007 passings of note

    Among the major notables who passed from the scene this year, three of the most famous -- two masters of cinema and a genius of football -- died on the same day: July 30. Two others -- a historic Russian leader and a U.S. chronicler of war -- left us...
  • 'Rear Window' Screenwriter John Michael Hayes Dies

    John Michael Hayes, who wrote the script for "Rear Window" and was a frequent Hitchcock collaborater, has died. He was 89. The screenwriter who was nominated for two Academy Awards died of natural causes on Wednesday Nov. 19 at a Hanover, New Hampshire...
  • Soak in the sun on Oahu, Hawaii's top 10 beaches

    Honolulu Tourists from around the world flock to see Waikiki Beach when they visit Hawaii. But Southern Californians usually aren't impressed by its sandy shore. Compared with SoCal beaches, it's a loser. Too narrow, too noisy and so crowded that...