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Hero Complex - movies, comics, fanboy fare - latimes.comThe month of October has been a big one for fans of Universal's landmark horror films — the classic movies ......
As the director of more than 100 episodes of the enduringly classic 1950s sitcom "I Love Lucy," William Asher considered the first episode he directed to be one of his most memorable: Lucy and Ethel working in a chocolate factory. But for Asher, who died...
Martin Landau has worked with some of cinema's most accomplished filmmakers, including Alfred Hitchcock ("North by Northwest"), Francis Ford Coppola ("Tucker: The Man and His Dream"), Woody Allen ("Crimes and Misdemeanors") and Tim Burton ("Ed Wood")....
Jacket CopyA new documentary about Fidel Castro reveals stories about the Cuban revolutionary as told by the luminaries who'd met him. The documentary "Anecdotas Sobre Fidel," or "Fidel Anecdotes," which has screened at the Havana film festival, features...
Special to The TimesPerched above the hub of old Hollywood, Outpost Estates is one of the original premier developments in Los Angeles. Touted as the "jewel in the hills" by its developer, the area reflects a glamorous bygone era with luxurious single-family homes set on...
Associated PressHe always vowed that he wouldn't die unless he could take it with him. But now that Forrest J Ackerman really is gone, the grand old man of science fiction's memorabilia collection is on the auction block. Thousands of items, including the Count Dracula...
Forrest J Ackerman, who influenced a generation of young horror-movie fans with Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine and spent a lifetime amassing what has been called the world's largest personal collection of science-fiction and fantasy memorabilia, has...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThere's the Hollywood sign everyone knows -- white letters 50 feet high, recognized the world over as the landmark of Tinseltown. And then there's the other Hollywood sign, the hidden one, whose red neon letters were once as familiar as the larger sign...
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