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Dianne Carol Wegner, 41, Redfield, speeding, fined $105. Dayle Roger Luedeke, 73, Stratford, hunting during closed season/resident, fined $220. Nicholas Ray Volkman, 23, Carpenter, hunting during closed season/resident, fined $220. Logan Joseph...
Tags: Groton, Watertown, Punishment, Peggy Lee, Minneapolis
Times Staff Writer"East of Eden," directed by Elia Kazan from Paul Osborn's adaptation of the John Steinbeck novel, and Nicholas Ray's "Rebel Without a Cause," screen at the Nuart this week in a 50th anniversary double feature representing two-thirds of James Dean's...
Times Staff WriterThe American Cinematheque's fourth annual "Screwball Holidays" series continues at the Egyptian Theatre tonight with one of Bob Hope's best films, the 1940 comedy-chiller "The Ghost Breakers." Hope and his co-star Paulette Goddard had scored a big...
Times Staff WriterIn the arty exploitation flick "Thirteen," first-time director Catherine Hardwicke cranks up the volume to maximum shriek. A story of a Valley girl gone bad, the film energetically samples a couple of reliable standards: the classic juvenile delinquent...
"KING OF KINGS" 3 1/2 stars (Cecil B. DeMille: 1927; Nicholas Ray: 1961). DeMille's glossy but reverent life of Christ, with H.B. Warner in the title role, was his personal favorite of his movies. But the 1961 remake by Ray ("Rebel Without a Cause") was a...
Times Staff WriterFor fans of muscular Hollywood action, Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" may have been a revelation, but it was no surprise. We have, after all, seen this story before. A stranger enters a town, a saloon or the wrong side of the tracks, riles up...
"Johnny Guitar" is one of those classic westerns that has maintained its status by reinventing itself every decade since its release in 1954. Directed by Nicholas Ray ("Rebel Without A Cause"), aficienados labelit a teen opera dressed up in western gear,...
1. TO BE OR NOT TO BE (Ernst Lubitsch; 1942) 4 stars Lubitsch's great World War II anti-Nazi comedy, with Jack Benny as the ham Shakespearean who impersonates a German commandant, while keeping an eye on his ravishing wife (Carole Lombard) and her brave...
1. REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (Nicholas Ray; 1955) 4 stars This juvenile-delinquent passion play made a legend of James Dean, who races in a terrifying "chickie run" in the film and died in a car crash before its release. Its subject -- hoodlumism among...
Times Staff Writer"City by the Sea" is the cinematic equivalent of defensive driving: It's careful, conscientious and makes no major mistakes. But what saves lives on the freeway does not necessarily make for persuasive viewing. This story of troubled souls in a ruined...
Tags: Dan Klores, James Franco, Celebrities, Long Island, Eliza Dushku
Times Staff WriterThe older Bernardo Bertolucci gets, the more you have to share his heedless love of youth for youth's sake to be enthusiastic about his films. If you don't glow with the same pleasure he feels when the characters in "The Dreamers" alternate brashness with...
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