Critics of Peggy Charren, a tireless activist for quality children's television, accused her of hating TV.
On June 5, 1967, a group of armed men, led by fiery preacher Reies Lopez Tijerina, arrived at the county courthouse in the small New Mexico community of Tierra Amarilla. They were there to free prisoners who were arrested in a land grant dispute and to place the district attorney under...
Journalist Stuart Loory, who covered the White House in the 1960s and '70s for the Los Angeles Times and helped build CNN, died Friday at his home in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was 82.
Robert Kinoshita, who designed beloved film and TV robot characters, including the bubble-headed "Lost in Space" robot who made "Danger, Will Robinson" a catchphrase of the 1960s, has died. He was 100.
Robert Kinoshita, an art director for television and movies who is best known for his creation of the "Lost in Space" robot that yelled "Danger, Will Robinson!" on the 1960s show, has died, a family friend confirmed to the Los Angeles Times.
Samuel Goldwyn Jr. grew up with Hollywood royalty. Charlie Chaplin, Katharine Hepburn, Clark Gable and George Cukor were among the many luminaries who would come to his parents' palatial home for parties or tennis.
Samuel Goldwyn Jr., who was born into one of the founding families of the Hollywood studio system but became a champion of independent film productions, died Friday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He was 88.
When actor Rod Taylor started out in his native Australia in the early 1950s, he won an acting award that included a round-trip ticket to London.