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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:...
Actress Kaley Cuoco, who plays the neighbor of two socially inept physicists on "The Big Bang Theory," has listed her Sherman Oaks home at $949,000. The gated Spanish-style house was built in 1937 but has been updated. Features include distressed...
A house in the Sunset Strip area that actress Carole Lombard lived in during the 1930s has come on the market, for sale at $1,595,000 or for one-year lease at $6,500 a month. The French Regency-style home is set behind gates. It has an art studio, a...
Tags: Music Industry, Homes, Clark Gable, William Powell
Special to the Los Angeles TimesA decade ago, when my wife and I were honeymooning on Italy's Amalfi Coast, we'd talked — maybe even vowed — to return there for our 10th wedding anniversary if we still liked each other. After all, it would be 10 years. That's a pretty big...
The Hartford CourantJeanine Basinger has been happily married for 45 years, so she knows a lot about how to make a marriage work. Basinger, the founder and director of the Film Studies Department at Wesleyan University in Middletown, also knows a lot about marriage movies,...
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...
Los Angeles Times Film CriticHorror films do not thrill me, but more elegant efforts sometimes offer an irresistible chill. Such is the case with two films decades apart in time but similarly atmospheric. The older of the two is 1932's "White Zombie," an early stab at zombie-themed...
Tags: Ruth Gordon, Movies, John Cassavetes, Mia Farrow, Bela Lugosi
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...
Silent-film stars come in two categories: those everyone knows and those whose fame has diminished over the decades. Two new releases by Milestone Film & Video highlight one from each category. The silent-film star whose name has been inextricably...
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“Concerning the incident with Lance Armstrong, the cyclist, to think I had faith in him, that he was telling the truth all along, when in fact he wasn’t. I realize we all make mistakes in life, and we just need to go on with our life. But...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelFootball will be the most-watched programming during the final weekend of 2012. But there are offerings for fans of British drama, biblical history, Harry Potter and love stories. The highlights: 1. The weekend's biggest program is likely to be NBC's ...
Everyone knows (or should) Carole Lombard in "To Be or Not to Be," but what did she do before? Similarly, what did "Mildred Pierce's" Joan Crawford do in the years after? Two new DVD sets from the TCM Vault Collection answer those questions. "Carole...
Tags: DVDs, Joan Crawford, Loretta Young
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