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  • PASSINGS: David R. Ellis

    PASSINGS: David R. Ellis
    David R. Ellis, 60, a journeyman director and former stuntman whose credits include the 2006 thriller "Snakes on a Plane," died Monday morning in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he was in pre-production on the upcoming film "Kite" with Samuel L. Jackson. The cause of death was unknown, said his agent, David Boxerbaum.
  • Appreciation: Richard Dawson brought a bit of England to America

     
    The career of Richard Dawson, who died Sunday at age 79, breaks down, broadly speaking, into two not unrelated parts, each of which displayed and depended upon a certain roguish, vaguely foreign charm.

    Matt Weinstock, March 31, 1961, Matt Weinstock

     
    March 31, 1961: KNX radio personality Bob Crane is looking for a word that rhymes with orange, Matt Weinstock says. CONFIDENTIAL TO "MODERN MOTHER": Granted, your daughter CAN be trusted, but why place such temptations in the path of a...

    Paul Coates, Feb. 28, 1961

     
    Feb. 28, 1961: Arthur Godfrey announces that he’s leaving TV’s “Candid Camera” and Paul Coates takes the opportunity to say he can’t understand Godfrey’s appeal. Notice: This KNX ad actually ran Feb. 27 but I wanted...

    'The Girl in Alfred Hitchcock's Shower,' by Robert Graysmith

    'The Girl in Alfred Hitchcock's Shower,' by Robert Graysmith
    Gleaming white tiles; pounding jets of water; a naked woman; a shadowy figure on the other side of the plastic curtain; is there anyone out there who doesn't know what happens next? If not the most famous scene in the history of the cinema, the shower...