Gone are the grainy, broken silents from the star's Keystone years. A new DVD set showcases the birth of the Tramp.
History glows on the screen as Paramount introduces a digital restoration of the longer, road show version of 1956's 'The Ten Commandments.'
In her new autobiography, 'Growing Up Laughing: My Story and the Story of Funny,' the actress recalls her father, Danny Thomas, and his comedian cronies, and interviews today's comics, including Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno and Jon Stewart.
Tony Curtis, the 1950s matinee idol who developed into an acclaimed actor in such classics as "Some Like It Hot," "Sweet Smell of Success" and "The Defiant Ones," was in a reflective mood recently.
The actress split from a movie studio and was embraced by TV before earning multiple Oscar nominations.
A screening of 'The Misfits' will round out an evening devoted to the 15-time Oscar nominee.
Oscar winner costars with friend Ellen Burstyn in 'Lovely, Still.'
'A Thief Catcher,' which features Charlie Chaplin in one of his first screen appearances, is the centerpiece of the festival.
The 'Brady Bunch' star does serious as well as funny onstage in 'Love, Loss, and What I Wore' at the Geffen Playhouse.