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Spring is impossibly verdant in Raleigh, so lush it's steamy. The path to the door of Reynolds Price's house in the woods is scattered with beechnuts. Tree frogs babble, the screen door slams, somewhere in the pond outside the kitchen an old snapping...
Times Staff WriterJodi and Johnny Goldberg had never heard of Montecito when they drove up the coast one weekend, looking for a new place to live. They had grown disenchanted with L.A.: Their two-bedroom Westwood house was too small, their neighborhood too crowded and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterStanley Kramer, the producer-director who earned the nickname "Hollywood's conscience" through his willingness to tackle controversial topics like racism, nuclear annihilation, greed and fascism, died Monday of pneumonia at the Motion Picture and...
Sun movie criticPart I An American hero -- and antiheroBeyond anything else, Marlon Brando is the towering original who came out of the Midwest 58 years ago and electrified Broadway and then Hollywood with the visceral excitement and veracity of his acting. He exploded...
Sun Movie CriticAn eight-week, eight-film tribute to the late Marlon Brando opens tomorrow at The Charles with Viva Zapata!, a 1952 film in which he portrays the man who rose from peasant origins to become leader of a Mexican revolution and, eventually, president of...
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Sun StaffAdam and Eve. Romulus and Remus. Romeo and Juliet. Tippecanoe and Tyler, too. Sears and Roebuck. Hard to think of one without the other, isn't it? Is there a chance future generations will think of Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts, stars of "The Mexican,"...
The Hartford CourantIt was obvious back in November when Mother Nature dumped the first load of snow on the state that this winter would be a long one. Depending on your attitude toward driving in blizzards, shoveling snow and scraping the car, this can seem like the...
Tribune staff reporterMEN - Humphrey Bogart - Cary Grant - James Stewart - Marlon Brando - Fred Astaire - Henry Fonda - Clark Gable - James Cagney - Spencer Tracy - Charlie Chaplin - Gary Cooper - Gregory Peck - John Wayne - Laurence Olivier - Gene Kelly - Orson...
Special to SunSpotAre you in the mood for some hot on-screen romance this Valentine's Day? Then, warm up those VCRs and DVD players and look no further than SunSpot's list of best romantic scene-stealers and hot film couples. Best kiss "Gone With The Wind" Directed...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 4, 1997 "Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina" is not Tolstoy's classic novel of timeless passion but rather a traditional British period film at its most solemn and conventional. Not only does Bernard Rose's handsome, meticulous production lack...
Tags: Entertainment, Greta Garbo, Mia Kirshner, Movies, Alfred Molina
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