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There is something mesmerizing — almost addictive — about the classic film noirs of the 1940s and '50s, with their darkened, rain-drenched streets and narrow alleys inhabited by anti-heroes sporting well-worn raincoats and crushed fedoras....
German-born director Ernst Lubitsch, who came to Hollywood in the 1920s, had such a deft hand with comedies that it became known as "the Lubitsch touch." The American Cinematheque's Aero Theatre in Santa Monica is to celebrate "A Touch of Laughter:...
The Pump Room is back, baby. The ghosts of former habitues Frank Sinatra, Humphrey Bogart and untold others can revel in a revamped dining room that's as relevant for today's restaurant patron as the original Pump Room was for the celebrities of...
Marcel Pitz came to tears when asked to describe the outpouring of support the community has provided for one of his sons, Marc Pitz. Marc Pitz, 48, who helps his family run Dizz's As Is restaurant along Coast Highway, is battling pancreatic cancer....
Hurry up and slow down. That's one way to look at a road trip. You don't hop a plane and zip off halfway around the world. You slide in behind the wheel and get a grip, you feel the planet, you experience the travel. Travel becomes part of the...
Perhaps nothing personifies Hollywood glamour quite like sunglasses, and "50 Shades" (Reel Art Press, $29.95) by Lauren Goldstein Crowe features 50 of the century's icons in the coolest of frames. Steve McQueen, Diana Ross, Bob Dylan, Audrey Hepburn and...
Ben Hogan bought the fairway to heaven, Humphrey Bogart no longer stands pickled and perched beneath the sycamore on No. 12 and member Jim Murray isn't around to describe Riviera Country Club, as he once did, as "like a coquettish woman who winks at you...
In 1986, when Luis Valdez’s play “I Don’t Have to Show You No Stinking Badges” premiered in Los Angeles, its portrait of an upwardly mobile Latino family in Monterey Park shattered Hollywood stereotypes. Buddy Villa wasn’...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFirst published on Nov. 27, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. It's 1922, and nothing much is up in Pasadena. Not among the orange groves, not along the leafy streets. Just as the little old ladies like it. But wait. Down in the Arroyo Seco, a...
Jeanine Basinger's "I Do and I Don't: A History of Marriage in the Movies" (Alfred A. Knopf: 432 pp., $30) is a breezy, fun excursion into Hollywood's presentation of matrimony, from the earliest days of cinema through the modern era. But rather than...
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Akron Beacon JournalHollywood boat, a gangster movie and a mangrove swamp are three of the biggest on-land attractions on 33-mile-long Key Largo. The 30-foot boat is from the 1951 movie The African Queen, with Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn. It is suspended in the...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelJust how popular is former President Bill Clinton? We'll find out Wednesday night when Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention in the 10 o'clock hour. Clinton will be covered by cable news (CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC), PBS, C-SPAN, ABC...
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