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FrameworkSep. 8, 1964: Bette Davis, at work on a 20th Century Fox movie, is registered to vote by a deputy registrar, Mrs. Irma Green, who visited the Hollywood set....
Show TrackerFriday’s Highlights: 'Goat Rodeo Live' on KOCE...
24 FramesStarting Friday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Bing Theater in conjunction will the museum’s “California Design, 1930-1965” exhibition, “California Noir” features a superb selection of 10 little-seen films...
Farber on Film The Complete Film Writings of Manny Farber Edited by Robert Polito Library of America: 824 pp., $40 At this year's Academy Awards, the most incongruous moment came during the "In Memoriam" roll call. Among the distinguished deceased...
Maxine Cooper Gomberg, an actress best known for playing the secretary in the 1955 film noir classic "Kiss Me Deadly," has died. She was 84. Gomberg, who also was a social activist, died of natural causes April 4 at her Los Angeles home, her family said....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelKim Novak stars in the movie acclaimed the greatest of all time, yet she is critical of her contributions to “Vertigo.” “I don't think it's one of my best works, but to have been part of something that has been accepted makes me feel...
The awards season has run its course. It's always a relief to see it in the rearview mirror. Even the winners feel that way. Many of the award-winners qualifying for very goodness and even greatness fed an ongoing debate about historical fiction on...
The Hartford CourantNeed someone to play a potty-mouthed, ex-alcoholic nun? An abusive, alcoholic wife of a college professor? A washed-up, alcoholic writer? Call Kathleen Turner, an actress who has made a career of hard-edged, in-your-face, booze-soaked roles. Now add...
The teaming of Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" was a combination so potent it can only be described with an inappropriately long wolf whistle, so much so that even a fussbudget such as New York Times film critic Bosley...
VarietyLakeshore Entertainment has come onboard to produce and finance a remake of "What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?" Project was first announced in July, with Walter Hill directing from his adaptation of the novel by Henry Farrell and the Aldrich Co....
Chicago Tribune reportersThere's been a lot of beard news to comb through this summer: Egypt elected Mohammed Morsi, its first bearded president. In Ohio, the big news is a series of beard- and hair-cutting attacks by Amish people against fellow Amish. Meanwhile, entertainment...
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