Scott Sandell is the Los Angeles Times’ newsletter editor. Since starting at The Times as an intern, he has worked as a reporter, copy editor, assignment editor and as the online arts and entertainment editor. He speaks German and Mandarin.
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The horror. The horror! Welcome to the latest edition of the Classic Hollywood newsletter.
It was a role Susan Sarandon was in some ways destined to play: the tempestuous Bette Davis.
One hundred years ago, the United States entered World War I, the first Pulitzer Prizes were awarded, and Mary Pickford and Charlie Chaplin were among those who ruled the silent silver screen.
“Now here’s something we hope you’ll really like!” “Santie Claus, why?
It came from Pittsburgh. The modern-day zombie movie wasn’t a creature spawned in Hollywood.
To Jamie Lee Curtis, “the Chinese Theatre humanized, in the hand and footprints, the famous.
If we could get in our Oscars time machine and go back to 1940, could we have prevented this year’s best picture snafu at the Academy Awards?
It may not have been the worst year ever, as we so often heard, but 2016 was a bad one indeed when it came to losing legends.
Sixty years ago, 15-year-old Dave Smith had a chance encounter with Walt Disney at Disneyland.