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  • Sunday's TV Highlights: 'The General' on TCM

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 4 - 10 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here TRAIN IN VAIN: Buster Keaton stars in the thrilling 1927 silent......
  • A Movie Comic's Answer to Smog

     
    July 18, 1920: Buster Keaton finds another source of power after running out of gasoline at 1st Street and Broadway....
  • Buster Keaton goes green

     
    July 18, 1920: Here’s Buster Keaton’s solution to running out of gas at 1st Street and Broadway. For more on L.A.’s past visit the Daily Mirror blog....
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame: Buster Keaton

    Hollywood Walk of Fame: Buster Keaton
  • Honorary Oscar recipients named

    Honorary Oscar recipients named
    The Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said Wednesday that it would present "The Godfather" director-producer Francis Ford Coppola with the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award and give honorary Oscars to British film...
  • Classic Hollywood: Rare films on display at Cinecon 46

    Classic Hollywood: Rare films on display at Cinecon 46
    The Cinecon Classic Film Festival is not for movie softies. It's for hard-core film buffs and historians who don't want to see the usual vintage fare that pops up on Turner Classic Movies or at revival theaters. So if you're looking to see "Casablanca,"...
  • The Rising Star: Andrea Riseborough ascends in 'W.E.'

    The Rising Star: Andrea Riseborough ascends in 'W.E.'
    Madonna may be the most famous name associated with "W.E.," the romantic drama she directed that premiered at the Venice Film Festival in late summer. But the woman everyone could be talking about after the film comes out on Dec. 9 is someone rather...
  • Robert Cushman dies at 62; photograph curator for film industry's library

    Robert Cushman, photograph curator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Margaret Herrick Library in Beverly Hills, has died. He was 62. Cushman died Monday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Edgewood, Ky. He had been visiting his high...
  • In books: St. Clair McKelway, John D'Agata, Elif Batuman

     
    John D'Agata will be in Los Angeles this month, reading at the Hammer Museum and at the L.A. Public Library. In today's paper, David L. Ulin reviews D'Agata's latest book, "About a Mountain": Ostensibly a story about Yucca Mountain, "About......
  • ‘Ben-Hur’ Best Film of the Year

     
    Buster Keaton, who received an honorary award, poses as a waiter for a wary Walter Brennan, who probably expects Keaton to pull some prank. April 5, 1960: Despite the sweltering heat, a crowd gathers in bleachers outside the Pantages Theatre for the...
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movie Columnist

     
    Jan. 24, 1962: Hedda Hopper says Buster Keaton's going to tour Germany, Austria and Switzerland with some of his films and gives another slam to Charlie Chaplin … and Marilyn Monroe is getting ready to do “Something’s Got to Give.”...