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  • 'Hidden Talent: The Emergence of Hollywood Agents' by Tom Kemper

    'Hidden Talent: The Emergence of Hollywood Agents' by Tom Kemper
    Hollywood agents, that most despised of human specimens, of which I was one, are as indispensable as the rabies vaccine, which kills as easily as it cures. Although in one form or another agents, as the middlemen brokers of human talent, have existed...
  • PASSINGS: Byron Palmer, Dr. John Miller Hyson Jr.

    PASSINGS: Byron Palmer, Dr. John Miller Hyson Jr.
    Byron Palmer Broadway, TV actor Byron Palmer, 89, an actor and singer who broke through in the late 1940s in the hit Broadway musical "Where's Charley?" and later co-starred on the TV show "This Is Your Music," died of natural causes Wednesday at...
  • 'Che' stars Benicio Del Toro, Demian Bichir

    'Che' stars Benicio Del Toro, Demian Bichir
    Director Steven Soderbergh's two-part, four-hour "Che" is part folly and part fulfillment, a methodical if coolly romantic portrait of the most familiar 1960s T-shirt icon outside the peace symbol. Some would argue way, way outside the peace symbol....
  • Times film experts reconsider the Oscar nominees

    Times film experts reconsider the Oscar nominees
    All year, film critics tell us what they like and don't like about new movies, always moving on to the next release. But how often do we ask them to take a second look, to give us their considered opinions again once the Oscar nominations are announced?...
  • Getting emotional over Oscar

    Getting emotional over Oscar
    IT finally happened: an Oscar night with no major surprises, not even one. Which led to the biggest surprise of all: Learning who's going to win turns out not to be the reason we watch. Not the reason at all. I don't mean to suggest that I have the...
  • Screen Villain and Gunslinger Richard Widmark Dies

    Oscar-nominated actor Richard Widmark, who made a career playing bad guys and cowboys, has died. He was 93. The star, who made his film debut as the giggling villain in "Kiss of Death," died at home in Roxbury, Conn., on Monday, March 24. Widmark was...
  • 'The Golden Age of Television'

    'The Golden Age of Television'
    Several of the most classic plays staged live on the home screen in the 1950s – most of which became feature films later – are compiled in this Criterion Collection set. Rod Steiger stars as a butcher looking for love in "Marty"; Andy Griffith plays a...
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald on film and television

    F. Scott Fitzgerald's magical short story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" was a hard sell during the early days of the Roaring '20s, when magazines were hungering for one of the author's more down-to-earth flapper stories. "Benjamin Button" was a...
  • Will babe factor help Kate Winslet beat Meryl Streep?

    "It wasn't calculated! I swear! You must believe me!" Kate Winslet gasped to Gold Derby late last year as we discussed her recent photo shoot with Vanity Fair. That bawdy gig had been a perfect way for her to begin seducing Oscars' voters as she...
  • Louis L'Amour's West: Myth Was Just a Lie

    Driving south across Nevada on Highway 95, through the steely afternoon distances, you get the sense that you are in a country where nobody will cut you any slack at all. You are in a version of the American West where you are on your own; the local motto...