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Cary Grant

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  • 'MASH' set re-created at Malibu Creek State Park

    You could almost hear the distinctive thump-thump-thump of medevac choppers swooping in over the old "MASH" television series set in Calabasas. Except the only real noise here Thursday was the heavy breathing of Brian Rooney and Mark Rackow as they...
  • Former Los Feliz home of Cary Grant and Chili Peppers drummer listed at $3,485,000

    Former Los Feliz home of Cary Grant and Chili Peppers drummer listed at $3,485,000
    A 1929 Los Feliz home once owned actor Cary Grant and, later, drummer Chad Smith of the Red Hot Chili Peppers has come on the market at $3,485,000. The Spanish Colonial Revival-style villa has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a media room in 6,727...
  • Hotel Bel-Air holds a garage sale

    Hotel Bel-Air holds a garage sale
    Robert De Niro slept there. So did Elizabeth Taylor and Cary Grant. But the crowd that gathered Thursday morning to buy up a piece of the Hotel Bel-Air, a longtime playground of the rich and famous, was hunting for bargains, not souvenirs. Closed Oct....
  • 'The Proposal' director Anne Fletcher is just not that into romantic comedies

    'The Proposal' director Anne Fletcher is just not that into romantic comedies
    Here's the thing: "The Proposal" may look like a big, fat romantic comedy, but the film's director, Anne Fletcher, has other ideas. Sure, it stars Sandra Bullock, and, yes, she and Ryan Reynolds play feuding co-workers who probably (definitely) wind up...
  • 'Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression' by Morris Dickstein

    'Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression' by Morris Dickstein
    Morris Dickstein's "Dancing in the Dark" is not exactly the syncretic "Cultural History of the Great Depression" that its subtitle promises -- at best, the book treats inferentially the broad political and social trends of that desperate, crucial era. Let...
  • Jennifer Jones Simon gave new life to husband's museum

    On a beautiful evening in early October 1999, six years after the death of her husband, Jennifer Jones Simon threw a coming-out party. Not for herself, an Oscar-winning actress who had married industrialist and art collector Norton Simon in 1971, but...
  • Jean Simmons dies at 80; radiant beauty was known for stunning versatility

    Jean Simmons dies at 80; radiant beauty was known for stunning versatility
    Jean Simmons, a radiant British actress who as a teenager appeared opposite Laurence Olivier in "Hamlet" and emerged a star whose career flourished in the 1950s and 1960s in such films as "Guys and Dolls, "Elmer Gantry" and "Spartacus," has died. She...
  • He savored life with grace and gusto

    David Shaw taught us to eat. The Times columnist who died early this week was one of our city's grand epicures and one of this newspaper's most respected journalists. His anecdotal and richly personal "Matters of Taste" column brought the eye of a...
  • Former President Reagan Dies at 93

    Ronald Reagan, the Hollywood actor who became one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and transformed the political landscape of an era with his vision of conservative government, died Saturday at his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los...
  • Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now

    Bob Dylan (1992): Dylan Now
    Bob Dylan stares idly at the paperback book that someone has brought aboard his custom tour bus, which is speeding through the snowy Wisconsin countryside in the midnight hour. He has just finished a concert in Madison and is on his way to South Bend,...