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  • Richard Todd dies at 90; British actor was Ian Fleming's choice to play James Bond

    Richard Todd dies at 90; British actor was Ian Fleming's choice to play James Bond
    Richard Todd, an actor who reenacted his wartime exploits in the 1962 film "The Longest Day" and was Ian Fleming's choice to play James Bond, has died of cancer. He was 90. Todd, who was nominated for an Academy Award for the 1949 film "The Hasty Heart"...
  • Steven Bach dies at 70; United Artists executive, author

    As a studio executive at United Artists, Steven Bach presided over one of the most notorious debacles in movie history -- the making of 1980's "Heaven's Gate" -- an experience he would later write about in what would become a classic in the Hollywood...
  • Joan Castle Joseff dies at 97; businesswoman led Burbank firms

    Joan Castle Joseff dies at 97; businesswoman led Burbank firms
    As the successful head of two distinctly different Burbank business enterprises, Joan Castle Joseff achieved two equally distinct reputations. As president of Joseff Precision Metal Products -- it primarily makes aircraft and missile parts -- she was...
  • 'A Mind at Peace' by Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar

    'A Mind at Peace' by Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar
    A Mind at Peace A Novel Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar, translated from the Turkish by Erdag Goknar Archipelago: 448 pp., $25 Istanbul's inhabitants have called it "the city of two continents," part of it lying in Europe and part in Asia, with the waters of the...
  • Cartier's 100th Anniversary in America

    Cartier is proud to present more than 100 creations which are part of its history in an exhibition titled "Cartier…100 Years of Passion and Free Spirit" which will debut in New York and travel to Los Angeles. The creations are a part of Cartier's history,...
  • 'Lost' art tells of a love lost

    He was a celebrated painter and political agitator who put revolution before art. She was a twentysomething poet, dazzled by her charismatic suitor, David Alfaro Siqueiros, one of the leading Mexican muralists who audaciously combined public art and...
  • 'Love Letters' is written from a land of loss

    The nervous, tender-hearted stories in "Love Letters From a Fat Man" (BkMk Press, 234 pages, $16.95 paper) are often set in that netherworld humans inhabit after loss -- that strange, weightless, one-foot-in-front-of-the-other place that is a buffer...
  • A Kinder Simpler Time Dept.': Your Movie Columnist

     
    The Ritz Bros. in person! Dec. 2, 1939: "At preview [of 'Destry Rides Again'] Marlene [Dietrich] and Jimmy [Stewart] sat beside me and held hands. I wonder if Mae West and Bill Fields will do that when they preview 'My Little Chickadee?' Mae's got to go...
  • Matt Weinstock, Dec. 17, 1959

     
    Forgotten Men As you probably read, film director, Joseph Von Sternberg has sued Fox for $1 million, charging the 1959 version of "The Blue Angel" with May Britt and Curt Jurgens was made without his consent and was inferior to his 1929 version with...
  • Hedda Hopper, March 3, 1939

     
    March 3, 1939: On the jump, Carole Lombard in “Made for Each Other” and Hedda Hopper on who’s dating whom. Is that a new fellow for Marlene Dietrich? “There were monocles too, but not on the corn pone.”...
  • Theater review: ‘Dual Citizens’ at the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

     
    The effect of "Dual Citizens" in its American premiere at the Odyssey derives as much from evocation as from expression. This double bill of solo works by real-life partners Anna Skubik and Anthony Nikolchev follows an idiomatic trajectory to examine........
  • Dietrich Backs Von Sternberg in ‘Blue Angel’ Lawsuit

     
    March 16, 1960: Marlene Dietrich gives a deposition in Josef von Sternberg’s suit against 20th Century Fox over its remake of “The Blue Angel.” On the jump, a murder suspect kills a hospital attendant after being declared sane … Mickey Cohen …...