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Leonardo DiCaprio is one of a handful of actors who have portrayed F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tragic protagonist “The Great Gatsby” in film and TV over the last 87 years. Warner Baxter, who won the best actor Oscar as the Cisco Kid in the...
Norman Felton Producer of 'Dr. Kildare,' 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Norman Felton, 99, who developed and produced the successful 1960s TV series "Dr. Kildare" and "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.," died of natural causes June 25 in Santa Barbara, his family...
24 FramesThe busy folks at the Warner Archives Collection have focused recently on the female stars of the 1930s (and even a bit earlier), and several new releases fill out their slate nicely. Joan Crawford and Bette Davis are among those featured....
Dana Wynter, an actress best known for her role in the 1956 science-fiction classic "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," has died. She was 79. Wynter died Thursday of congestive heart failure at Ojai Valley Community Hospital's Continuing Care Center,...
Robert Ellenstein, an actor and director with a varied career, including a long list of Los Angeles theater productions over several decades, died Oct. 28 of natural causes at a nursing home in West Los Angeles, said his son David. He was 87....
Times Staff WriterRonald Reagan, the Hollywood actor who became one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and transformed the political landscape of an era with his vision of conservative government, died Saturday at his home in the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los...
"A Body of Water" Call it a lack-of-memory play. Lee Blessing's "A Body of Water," now in its local premiere at Redtwist Theatre under Mary Reynard's direction, takes its audience through blind alleys, rabbit holes and more twists than a corkscrew as it...
Think of Dorry Segev and Sommer Gentry as intellectual magpies. The glittery ideas they filch from fields as diverse as swing dancing, systems analysis, water skiing and medicine seemingly have little in common. But Segev and Gentry weave them together...
Alfred Hitchcock's very free 1935 adaptation of John Buchan's novel was almost certainly the calling card that got him invited to make films in America. As a work of pure entertainment, it out-Hollywoods Hollywood. The plot is that of a thriller. But...
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In terms of talent, glamour and wide appeal, few opera singers today rank as high as mezzo-soprano Denyce Graves. No wonder there's quite a buzz at the Peabody Conservatory, where Graves will join the voice faculty in the fall. People are still talking...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelLombard had a colorful Hollywood life. She was known for her ribald humor and her marriages to William Powell and Clark Gable. She overcame a serious car accident that scarred her face and could have ended her career. She was a patriot who, after...
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