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Way back in the late 1950s, my parents and I frequently went to the movies. On one occasion, we went to the College Theater in Swarthmore, Pa., near our home, to view a film called "Sapphire." My guess is very few of you, if any, have ever heard of,...
Tags: Same-Sex Marriage, Marriage, Movies, Family, James Whitmore
Audrey Young, 89, who was a singer-actress in the 1940s and donated $5 million to the UCLA Hammer Museum in Westwood to create the Billy Wilder Theater in memory of her late husband, died June 1 in Los Angeles. A cause was not given. Her death was...
Tags: Doris Day, Billy Wilder, Movies, James Cagney, Tommy Dorsey
24 Frameshe 1994 Oscar-winning best film, “Forrest Gump,” Walt Disney’s 1942 classic animated family film, “Bambi,” Charlie Chaplin’s first feature-length comedy “The Kid” and a 1912 silent comedy “A Cure for...
The Hero ComplexOur Hollywood history specialist, Susan King, looks back in horror Monday at Boris Karloff. Boris Karloff may have created two of cinema’s greatest horror film ghouls -- the Frankenstein monster and The Mummy -- but in real life, he didn’t.......
Phyllis Avery Actress on Ray Milland, George Gobel shows Phyllis Avery, 88, an actress who portrayed the wife of Ray Milland in the early 1950s CBS sitcom originally called "Meet Mr. McNutley," died Thursday of heart failure at her Los Angeles home, her...
Tags: George Gobel, Music, Television, Tina Turner, Sammy Hagar
Mark Haines Co-anchor of 'Squawk on the Street' Mark Haines, 65, co-anchor of CNBCs morning "Squawk on the Street" show and one of the business news network's most recognized faces, died unexpectedly Tuesday evening at home, the network announced in New...
Zap2ItOne of the television programs most anticipated to hit DVD finally debuts in the format, with the original mid-1970s ABC miniseries and the "Book II" sequel encompassed by this nine-disc set. Peter Strauss and Nick Nolte play the dissimilar Jordache...
Aleen Leslie dies at 101; screenwriter wrote radio's 'A Date With Judy,' which became a hit movie and TV sitcomAleen Leslie, a screenwriter from the 1930s to '50s who wrote the popular "A Date With Judy" radio show that became a hit film and early TV sitcom, died three days before her 102nd birthday. Leslie, who was also a novelist and playwright, died Feb. 2...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Jan 24 - 30, in PDF format This week's TV Movies MAKE ME A MATCH: Patti Stanger helps a man who embodies "the feminization of the American male," on "The......
Gold DerbyHey, isn't it supposed to be the other way around? Win an Oscar, then get drunk? Ah, well, here's a toast to Jeff Bridges' pending victory for playing a stumbling, jelly-belly drunk in "Crazy Heart." Getting soused or high on screen is an almost...
Gold DerbyThis year's Oscars numbered only one foreign-born winner -- Austria's Christoph Waltz ("Inglorious Basterds") -- among the four acting champs. However, that does not mean the Oscars are guilty of any homegrown bias. After all, six of the 20 acting...
The number of people who actually knew Raymond Chandler and who are still alive can pretty much be counted on one hand. Chandler died 50 years ago last week, on March 26, 1959, at the age of 70. Among his surviving friends are Natasha Spender, wife of the...
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