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When Mark Wahlberg announced there was a tie in the category of sound editing, he had to first convince the crowd that it was not a joke or a continuation of the bit he was doing on the Oscar telecast with his animated co-star from the movie "Ted."...
A West Hollywood-area home built for Oscar winner Wallace Beery in the 1930s is on the market at $1,075,000. The actor commissioned local architect William Kesling to build the retreat close to the studios so he could go there during filming. The...
Walt Disney's onetime residence in Los Feliz, the wonderful world where his daughters grew up, has come on the market at $3.65 million. The two-story French Normandy-style house, built in 1932, sits behind gates on an acre with views to downtown....
Gold DerbyBoxing flicks have heavyweight status at the Oscars. Two slugfests have won best picture: "Million Dollar Baby" (2004) and "Rocky" (1976). And several pugilist performances were declared champs in the acting rings: Hilary Swank ("Million Dollar Baby"),...
The Daily MirrorOct. 30, 1940: Wallace Beery has really asked ex-wife Gloria Swanson to rule his roost again -- and she's giving it a ponder, Jimmie Fidler says...
The Daily MirrorLos Angeles Time file photo I thought it would be fun to switch back to mystery people, so here’s today’s mystery guest! [Update: Please congratulate Mike Hawks and Mary Mallory for identifying our mystery fellow!] [Update 2: This is Tay......
The Daily MirrorJan. 20, 1941: Comparisons may be odious but today I'm thinking about the contrasting fortunes of two actors who were great stars way back yonder in the '20s. Both had armies of devoted fans and both were close to the......
Jackie Cooper, whose tousled blond hair, pouty lower lip and ability to cry on camera helped make him one of the top child stars of the 1930s in films such as "Skippy" and "The Champ," has died. He was 88. Cooper, who grew up to become a successful TV...
The Daily MirrorJune 26, 1940: Wallace Beery will build a hunting lodge in Wyoming's Jackson Hole country, Jimmie Fidler says....
The Daily MirrorJuly 6, 1940: âWallace Beery will return to Jackson Hole, Wyo., on completion of his current role to supervise construction of a landing field adjoining his new hunting lodge,â Jimmie Fidlerâs staff says. Also on the jump, Times reporter Tom...
The Daily MirrorNote: Larry's Daily Mirror posts this year focus on clips from 1920 and 1960, so I will be watching movies from those years and writing about them on alternate weeks. After last weekâs post on Roger Cormanâs âThe Little Shop of Horrors,â Mr....
At first glance, the Essanay Studio buildings in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood may seem fairly unremarkable. The two red brick structures, located on the 1300 block of West Argyle Street, look from the outside like your typical early 20th century factory...
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