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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen Peter Graves was honored last month at the Ojai Film Festival with a lifetime achievement award, the 83-year-old actor was hoping they would screen Billy Wilder's 1953 classic "Stalag 17" in which he played a Nazi spy placed among American POWs in...
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...
The Daily MirrorReporters meet Virginia Arness at the airport and follow her home. Photographers ask James Arness, the star of "Gunsmoke," to pose with her, but he refuses. Oct. 26, 1959: The front page teases a story about the Lions getting a bonus to beat the Rams, but...
Joe Bowman, a nationally known Texas sharpshooter who could blast an aspirin to powder at 30 paces and split a playing card edgewise at 20, has died. He was 84. He had been in Albuquerque, where he had staged a fast-draw and sharpshooting exhibition...
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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...
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)...
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...
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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