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Culture MonsterThe opening night of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" at the Ahmanson Theatre proved to be an enchanted evening for old-school musical buffs and teen and twentysomething "Glee" fans alike. Wednesday's celebrity guests included stars of the 1958...
Budd Schulberg, who exposed the dark side of American ambition in his acclaimed Hollywood novel "What Makes Sammy Run?" and won an Academy Award for his screenplay depicting the mob-controlled longshoremen's union in the film classic "On the Waterfront,"...
Tags: MGM Inc., Newspapers, Entertainment, Sports, Ernest Hemingway
Karl Malden, a versatile Oscar-winning actor who built a six-decade Hollywood career playing heroes and heavies -- and, often, relatable ordinary men -- yet who was certain he was best known as a commercial pitchman for American Express, has died. He...
The Daily MirrorEarthy language from Eva Marie Saint shocks Hollywood bash! It's Yo Ho Ho for Seafarer The current national insanity for small boats, and its consequent problems, is nothing new to me, matey. So avast, you lubbers, and don't bug me. Belay that jive. I...
The Daily MirrorDifferent Way to Lose Those who have learned the hard way will stipulate that race track betting is a snare and a delusion. Today we have with us reader G.S., who has a dynamic idea to unsnare and undelude it, well maybe a little. He proposes windows...
The Daily MirrorCall of Wilds Fades A year ago, at infrequent intervals, seven quail used to fly into my yard and stride about in their chesty manner, scratch around like chickens and after awhile take off. One would come first to scout the area to insure their safety,...
Gold DerbyGold Derby asked the ultimate authority — Robert Osborne — what he thought of the recent, highly controversial Oscars telecast. Robert not only wrote the official Oscars book, he's the academy's official greeter on the red carpet. Oh, yeah, he's...
The Daily MirrorPrudery Not So Very Practical These Days Read a report the other day that a French sociologist named Pierre-Louis Weil sees the western world entering upon an era of prudery. He bases it on the belief that sex is beginning to lose its novelty. That it has...
The Daily MirrorBed Burners Beware Too often there are stories in the papers about persons who are badly, even fatally burned by falling asleep with a lighted cigarette. Well, something has been done about them. An amendment to the fire code, Sec. 57.20.17B, which went...
Miles away from the bustle of the Sunset Strip and the glitz of Beverly Hills, there's another place where Hollywood lives: the leafy Brentwood neighborhood of Mandeville Canyon. A ranch once owned by actors Robert Taylor and Barbara Stanwyck is on the...
Wolverine did a song-and-dance. A Swarovski crystal curtain shimmered. Veteran Oscar winners such as Sophia Loren, Anthony Hopkins and Eva Marie Saint were on hand to dole out awards. Producers tried to shake up the 81st Academy Awards in a bid to...
Jack Nakano, an educator who launched the nonprofit Youth Theatre Productions in Santa Barbara in the early 1960s and later founded and was artistic director of the Hollywood-based California Youth Theatre and YouTHeatre-America!, has died. He was 75....
Tags: Theater, University of California, Crossroads, Death, California
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