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Audrey Hepburn

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  • Oscar to Ingrid: Here's not looking at you, kid

     
    Strange, but true: Ingrid Bergman wasn't nominated for best actress in "Casablanca," which won best picture of 1943. It's one of many shocking snubs in Oscar history. See who else Golden Boy slapped in the past — check out this forum thread where our...
  • Oscars quiz: Can you spot the only best actress nominee?

     
    Just one of the four roles pictured below earned an acting bid for its star. Which one? Here's the answer. ANSWER: Eleven years after she won in the supporting race for "Cactus Flower," Goldie Hawn was nominated in lead for a featherweight comic role...
  • 'V' is 'pretty terrific' in its plan to serve man

     
    Is "V" for victory? The much-promoted alien-invasion series premieres tonight on ABC and, according to Los Angeles Times television critic Mary McNamara, the pilot (like that smooth-talking alien lady) seems like the best thing to arrive on Earth in a.......
  • Audiences loved Audrey Tautou as 'Amélie.' Now she's all sexed up in 'Priceless.'

    Audiences loved Audrey Tautou as 'Amélie.' Now she's all sexed up in 'Priceless.'
    AUDREY TAUTOU became famous for playing a naif in "Amélie" seven years ago, but clearly, she's over it now. In "Priceless" (Hors de Prix), a new comedy directed and co-written by Pierre Salvadori, Tautou stars as a woman dependent on the kindness of...
  • Growing back those full, thick eyebrows

    Growing back those full, thick eyebrows
    FULL, thick eyebrows may be back on the fashion radar, but how do you achieve them after years of plucking thin-and-tidy shapes? We asked Anastasia Soare, the Romanian-born aesthetician who's turned her talent for taming arches into an eyebrow empire....
  • The pleasures of learning one's ABCs

    The pleasures of learning one's ABCs
    Alphabet books are a secret passion among book lovers. The sheer number of ABC books published demonstrates that they hold a special place in the world of children's books. Entering the term on Amazon.com delivers 13,089 results (and that was a few days...
  • 'My Fair Lady' at the Ahmanson

    'My Fair Lady' at the Ahmanson
    By George, the old girl is indestructible. Stricken with acoustical woes at the Ahmanson Theatre and a Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle with virtually no chemistry, the Cameron Mackintosh/National Theatre of Great Britain production of "My Fair Lady"...
  • 10 best films to see Paris on the silver screen

    If springtime in Paris isn't going to work for you this year, rent a movie and pretend -- until you can book a flight and go. Here are my Top 10 picks for films that best show off the French capital. For scenes from these memorable films, go to latimes....
  • 10 books and movies to prep for a trip to Rome

    If you're planning to visit Rome before you die, it pays to prepare for the experience. Here are 10 books and movies to help you understand what you see in the Roman Forum, at the Vatican and on the Piazza Navona. 1. "The Agony and the Ecstasy" (1961, by...
  • Soldier is killed by roadside bomb in Iraq

    Soldier is killed by roadside bomb in Iraq
    Vincent Madero was so exhausted after returning from combat missions in Iraq that he didn't always have time to write to his family and friends. Sometimes, weeks went by before he could send them postcards or e-mails. But he made sure to sign on to his...
  • Ian Birnie sees encouraging signs from turmoil at LACMA

    Ian Birnie sees encouraging signs from turmoil at LACMA
    In his role as the head of the film department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Ian Birnie said his professional relationship with his boss was distant verging on nonexistent. And the majority of the museum's curatorial staff showed little or no...