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The Hero ComplexSusan King, purveyor of many things film and television and beyond, falls into "The Twilight Zone" in her latest Classic Hollywood column as she gets out the word about The American Cinematheque Egyptian Theatre's tribute to this seminal series on......
'Shadow and substance' What's the first thing you think about when you hear the words "The Twilight Zone"? Is it a man in a black suit with a cigarette? Or that cool, lawyerly voice: "Submitted, for your perusal: a Kanamit. Height: a little over 9 feet....
In his 62 years as a designer, modernist Vladimir Kagan has changed the shape of home furnishings. Shown here in his mid-1950s Contour rocker -- and looking a bit like "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling -- Kagan brought a futuristic sensibility that...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSydney Pollack, the Academy Award-winning director of "Out of Africa" who achieved acclaim making popular, mainstream movies with A-list stars, including "The Way We Were" and "Tootsie," died Monday. He was 73. Pollack, who also was a producer and actor,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDavid Duchovny, currently starring on Showtime's "Californication" but best known for his portrayal of smoldering Fox Mulder on "The X-Files," has so much to promote right now! We spoke to him in honor of the DVD release of the film "The TV Set," in...
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Special to The TimesBizarre, haunting and beautiful, Cindy Stelmackowich's exhibition of digital collages at Kristi Engle combines detailed 19th century anatomical illustrations with vintage disaster scenes or intensely colored art glass vessels. The results are richly...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGet Ray Bradbury talking and he soon makes the Rev. Robert H. Schuller sound like Oscar the Grouch and the proverbial busy beaver seem like a lazy sloth. "Everything is good--children don't die any more . . . people are living into their 70s and 80s,...
Staff writerUPDATED: Two music legends helped put two very different shows at the top of Sunday's ratings locally and nationally. A segment on Michael Jackson's property brought viewers to CBS' "60 Minutes" regular edition, which had 175,700 viewers in Central...
Richard Bare is a veteran of the Hollywood studio system, when those fortunate enough to have a job could rely on a steady paycheck. But he also knows something about being an unknown filmmaker trying to slip a foot in the door. The 99-year-old...
During Daniel Kraus' formative years, he consumed a steady media diet of "The Twilight Zone" episodes and "A Nightmare on Elm Street" films. It seems apt, then, that in his later years he became a novelist with a particular interest in horror and all of...
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Shatner's World: We Just Live in It Written by and starring William Shatner. 8 p.m. November 8 at the Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic St., Stamford. $50 & $75; $290 for VIP seats, a souvenir poster and a post-show reception with Shatner. (203) 325-4466,...
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Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park has not one but two "live radio plays" in its upcoming season. That's a format that works well with stories of suspense — where the audience's imagination can add to the tension — and both of Breakthrough'...
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