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Blogging with Bill WhiteSeeing as how aliens are attacking Los Angeles again in the new movie release “Battle of L.A.,” I thought it might be fun to look at the best films in which that city is destroyed or under siege. Filmmakers seem......
The Associated PressPeter Graves, the tall, stalwart actor likely best known for his portrayal of Jim Phelps, leader of a gang of special agents who battled evil conspirators in the long-running television series "Mission: Impossible," died Sunday. Graves died of an...
Tags: Television, Comedy (genre), Family, Literature, Celebrities
âLaw & Orderâ: a long, memorable run; an awesome tie with âGunsmokeâ; a touching finale May 24The TV GuyÂ» Orlando Sentinel â The TV Guy“Law & Order” creator Dick Wolf said he always wanted to surpass the 20-year run ofÂ ”Gunsmoke.” “I'm gunning for 21,” Wolf said when his drama returned to the NBC lineup in November 2008 for its 19th season.Â ...
The TV GuyÂ» Orlando Sentinel â The TV GuyHow many classic songs were lost when George Gershwin died? How manyÂ scintillating comediesÂ never happened after Carole Lombard was killed in a plane crash? We lose a lot of culture when gifted artists die young. And it happened again this week whe...
Zap2It.comDennis Weaver, who starred in the classic TV Western "Gunsmoke" and later brought the West to New York City in "McCloud," has died. The actor and environmental activist, who recently appeared in the ABC Family series "Wildfire," died Friday (Feb. 24)...
Tags: Television, Politics, Death, Dennis Weaver, Family
Zap2It.comKasey Rogers, a film and television actress who appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" and had regular roles on TV's "Peyton Place" and "Bewitched" before becoming a pioneering women's motocross promoter, has died. She was 80. Rogers...
Tags: Health, Sports, Television, Death, Forest Lawn Memorial Park
NewsdayYou've fixed the air conditioner for the seventh time this week. (And it's only Wednesday!) You've played fetch with the dog, catch with the kids, "Truth or Consequences" with your spouse. You're aiming higher in your summer reading this year. But your...
Tags: Movies, Death, Matt Czuchry, Doug E. Doug, James Whitmore
The Hartford CourantJust over 50 years ago, the first major movie alien, a giant, murderous carrot, struck terror into the hearts and minds of Cold War America. It was called "The Thing," or "The Thing From Another World," and it scared audiences silly. Now the monsters...
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