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The Daily MirrorStanley Kramer's âOn the Beachâ opens in 18 countries. "Linus Pauling, a Nobel Prize winner: 'It may be that someday we can look back and say 'On the Beach' is the picture that saved the world." The movie that was supposed to change the world by...
The Daily MirrorTelevision Judge Three days a week Edgar Allen Jones Jr. rushes from UCLA, where he is a law prof, to ABC-TV studio, where he puts on a robe and becomes Judge Edgar Allen Jr. of the program "Day in Court." He has presided over the camera courtroom for...
Gold Derby nuggets: 'A Serious Man' goes for laughs at Globes | Oscarcast gets new director | 'Precious' honored by PGAGold Derbyâ¢ Gold Derby has learned "A Serious Man" is aiming to enter the Golden Globes race in the comedy/musical classification where it will vie for best picture nods against such other strong rivals as "(500) Days of Summer," "It's Complicated," "Julie &...
Milan Stitt Playwright and educator Milan Stitt, 68, a playwright best known for "The Runner Stumbles," a drama about a fateful encounter in 1911 between a Catholic priest and a nun, died Thursday of liver cancer at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York....
Abby Mann, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of 1961's "Judgment at Nuremberg" and such acclaimed TV movies as 1973's " The Marcus-Nelson Murders" and 1989's "Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story," died Tuesday of heart failure in Beverly Hills. He...
Random notes on the blissfully strike-free Oscars as less than a week of voting remains and there is evidence of some races tightening: One race that isn't is best picture, where a gallant attempt by "Michael Clayton" to overtake apparent leader "No...
Pictures at a Revolution: Five Movies and the Birth of the New Hollywood By Mark Harris Penguin, 490 pages, $27.95 By today's standards, the Academy Awards ceremony of April 10, 1968, was a tame affair. No one denounced a war or declined an Oscar to...
Saturday evening was a busy one for writer-director Joel Coen. The iconoclastic filmmaker arrived around 8 p.m. at USC's Doheny Library to pick up the 20th anniversary USC Libraries Scripter Award for "No Country for Old Men." The award honors both...
"The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," "Juno," "Michael Clayton," "No Country for Old Men" and "There Will Be Blood" were nominated today for the Producers Guild of America's top honors. Notably missing from the list were "Atonement," which won the...
Awards ballots are in the mail to Oscar, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild voters this week, but bigger questions remain in this baffling year. Will anyone even be able to watch the Globe and Oscar results on television because of the writers strike?...
Special to The TimesStanley Kubrick's appeal and influence were never more fathomable than at the time of his death. The reclusive director made only 13 films, four during the 30-year span between his 1968 opus, "2001: A Space Odyssey," and his 1999 swan song, "Eyes Wide...
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