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Times Staff WriterYou could go on and on about Hollywood and Vine, what with its Art Deco architecture, glorious radio and film history, celebrity sightings and sidewalks of gold stars. You could track the world-famous intersection's tragic downfall and then record the...
Times Staff WriterOne of the enduring legends of Hollywood has it that William Randolph Hearst mistakenly shot producer, director and studio founder Thomas Ince aboard the newspaper tycoon's yacht when his intended target was Charlie Chaplin, whom he believed was having an...
Tags: Orson Welles, Movies, Cary Elwes, Charlie Chaplin, Kirsten Dunst
Summer blockbusters are always a gamble. For every "Spider-Man 2" or "Fahrenheit 9/11," there's a "Day After Tomorrow" or "White Chicks" lurking in the shadows. But film buffs looking to satisfy their cinematic jones are in luck thanks to summer film...
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