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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJULIE ANDREWS' early life wasn't exactly Dickensian. It was, however, filled with trauma, drama and colorful -- often tragic -- characters. In her immensely readable "Home: A Memoir of My Early Years," the Oscar-winning actress, star of such...
Times Staff WriterMore than 40 years after a dazzling first run that earned a dozen Academy Award nominations, "Becket" is back on the big screen and just in time to cast a fascinating light on this year's Oscar race. A fluke of scheduling fate has made a newly restored...
Richard Fleischer picked up the phone more than half a century ago and was stunned. Walt Disney was on the line, asking him to direct "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea." "You do know who I am?" Fleischer recalled asking. His father, animation pioneer Max...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSandra Dee, the blond all-American girl-next-door whose star turns as "Gidget" and "Tammy" made her a teen idol in the 1960s, a status reinforced by her Hollywood marriage to pop singer Bobby Darin, died Sunday. She was 62. Dee died at Los Robles...
Times Staff WriterIn a vast Paris movie palace a glittering premiere of a comedy is taking place with the formally dressed audience laughing at every joke. The camera picks up the one person not joining in the merriment, a beautiful but tense young woman sitting in a box...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday June 26, 1998 Animals move their lips a lot in "Dr. Dolittle," but they have nothing of interest to say. And neither does anyone else. Based on the Hugh Lofting stories about a man able to talk to all of God's creatures, "Dr. Dolittle"...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday July 2, 1997 The "Grumpy Old Men" movies reunited Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau with box-office success, but "Out to Sea" is more like it. Much more. Here's a movie mainly about people who are considerably over 21 without a single old...
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Times Staff Writer"What a Girl Wants" is a modern-day fairy tale for preteens with an exceptionally strong passion for romantic fantasy. Compared with this, the similar "Princess Diaries" is a tough-minded work of realism, yet on its own narrow terms "What a Girl Wants"...
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