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A Hollywood Hills home once owned by actress-singer-dancer Ginger Rogers and her actor husband, Lew Ayres, is listed at $2,395,000. Tucked away behind walls and gates, the 1927 Spanish-style house has a large second-floor studio, unobstructed 270-...
Update: A Hollywood Hills home once owned by actress-singer-dancer Ginger Rogers and her actor husband, Lew Ayres, has sold for $1,905,000. Set behind a wrought-iron entry and walls, the 1927 Spanish-style house has a vintage kitchen, a second-floor...
Tags: Homes, Television Industry, Fred Astaire, Music, Celebrities
Often-tuxedoed actor Neil Patrick Harris, who will host the Tony Awards next month, has sold a ranch-style house in Studio City for $1,535,000. Built in 1950, the home sits on more than a half-acre with mountain and valley views. The interiors feature...
Country music superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have sold their Beverly Hills Post Office spread for $9.5 million. The two-story Mediterranean, with panoramic canyon and city views and a swimming pool with a spa, sits on 4.85 gated acres — a...
Tags: Family, Fred Astaire, Property, Vehicles, Morey Amsterdam
Special to The TimesJane Wyman, the Academy Award-winning actress whose long and distinguished film and television career was nearly overshadowed by her real-life role as the first wife of actor-turned-politician Ronald Reagan, died this morning. She was 90. Wyman died at...
New York Times News ServiceLaraine Day, a ladylike leading lady who appeared in almost two dozen MGM films from 1939 to 1945, notably as nurse Mary Lamont in the series of Dr. Kildare movies, died Saturday in Ivins, Utah. She was 87. For 13 years she was popularly called "the...
Times Staff WriterThe Los Angeles County Museum of Art's four-week Elia Kazan retrospective continues Friday and Saturday with the director's 1954 masterwork, "On the Waterfront," as well as the rarely revived "Panic in the Streets," "Boomerang!" and "Viva Zapata!" "Panic...
Tags: Will Rogers, Robert Wise, John Steinbeck, Movies, Lotteries
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role Lew Ayres as Dr. Robert Richardson in JOHNNY BELINDA Warner Bros. Montgomery Clift as Ralph Stevenson in THE SEARCH Praesens Films; MGM Dan Dailey as Skid in WHEN MY BABY SMILES AT ME 20th...
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