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Zap2It.comNBC's old standby "Law & Order" will return to its familiar surroundings in January. The network says the long-running show, which is about to begin its 18th season, will premiere at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday, Jan. 2 with a two-hour episode before settling...
Tags: Dick Wolf , Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Drama (genre), Sports
Zap2It.comAfter nine seasons, Jesse L. Martin is about to turn in his "Law & Order" badge. Martin, who plays Detective Ed Green on the long-running series, had signed on for 13 episodes of the show this season. He had an option to continue after that, but the...
Zap2It.comRod Serling would be proud. The writer-producer pioneered fantasy-themed television anthologies with "The Twilight Zone," so he'd likely support "Masters of Science Fiction," a four-part ABC series airing Saturdays starting Aug. 4. With noted physicist...
Special to the TribuneNow that I've bought new china for the White House, the computer asks if I'd like new linens to complement the service.Well, of course I would, and I touch the screen "Yes." Fine, and how about some new stemware, the computer asks. Of course. I touch...
BUSHNELL CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Oct. 1 - 6 - Phoenix Broadway Series: "West Side Story." Performance times vary. Tickets: $15-$60. Mortensen Hall. Oct. 12 - Robinson & Cole Family Series: "Go, Dog. Go!" 1 and 4 p.m. Tickets: $10-$20. Belding...
denotes winner Performance by an actor in a leading role F. Murray Abraham as Antonio Salieri in AMADEUS Saul Zaentz Company Production; Orion Jeff Bridges as Starman in STARMAN Columbia Pictures Production; Columbia Albert Finney as Geoffrey Firmin in...
1. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (George Roy Hill; 1969) 3 1/2 stars One western that nearly everyone likes is this affable, picaresque, elegiac tale of two charming outlaws on the run: Paul Newman's feisty Butch Cassidy and Robert Redford's...
One of television's most self-absorbed events takes place Sunday night. For a medium that loves mirror-gazing moments, that's saying something. The event is the Emmys, the Big Awards Show in which television workers accept trophies voted on by other...
Chicago Tribune Movie Writer2 stars (out of 4) "Le Divorce" is about two American sisters adapting to French culture in Paris, but the true fish out of water may be the filmmakers: director James Ivory, his longtime co-screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and producer Ismail Merchant....
FOR THE TIMESFriday November 10, 1995 On Hollywood's shamefully slim list of movies dealing with American slavery, there are next to none about the attitudes of non-plantation whites toward the runaways they encountered. Or about the relationships that were...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday October 9, 1996 With "The Proprietor," Ismail Merchant has created a beautiful film for Jeanne Moreau, only to get carried away with adoration for her just when clarity, specificity and common sense are most needed to anchor its flights of...
Tags: Canal+, Jeanne Moreau, Kevin Thompson, Death, Austin Pendleton
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 31, 1997 Michael Rymer's "Angel Baby" swept the 1995 Australian Film Institute Awards in every major category and won at least five other Down Under prizes. On the one hand, all this acclaim testifies to Rymer's considerable...
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