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From Her to Eternity

We remember movie actors of the 50s as an assembly of damaged brutes (starting with Brando) and buxom babes (mainly Monroe). But that was just part of the...

Milestones Nov. 19, 2007

DIED Everything was turning out exactly how he had always imagined. He was in the best shape of his life, recently married and running the qualifying marathon in...

Milestones Nov. 5, 2007

DIED LIFE MAY IMITATE ART, but sometimes so does death. South African reggae icon Lucky Dube--who wrote the lyrics "Do you ever worry about leaving home and...

Cinema: The King And I

Chow's next role is as the King of Siam, opposite Jodie Foster as Anna, in a new version of the story Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II musicalized in...

People: Nov. 29, 1982

In his final years in the major leagues, Ball Four Author Jim Bouton, 43, was always looking for a gimmick to extend his pitching career, and as an...

Cinema: A Star Is Born

(See Cover) One fateful day in 1940, a would-be actress named Deborah Kerr (rhymes with star) was sitting in a London restaurant with an acquaintance of...

Cinema: New Picture, Jul. 21, 1947

The Hucksters (M-G-M), an adaptation of Frederic Wakeman's blustering, best-selling assault on radio advertising, hands Clark Gable his first good job since...

Cinema: Beneath the Rock

Marriage on the Rocks is the most recent effort to capture for posterity the fanny-pinching sophistication of Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. In a coy casting...

Cinema: All Thumbs, None Green

The Chalk Garden. Transplanted from stage to screen, Enid Bagnold's witty, pitiless and elliptical high comedy yields only a withered bouquet of hearts and...

The Theater: Primordial Slime

SEASCAPE by EDWARD ALBEE On the U.S. playwright scene, Edward Albee is the emperor who has no clothes. People tend to forget that Who's Afraid of Virginia...

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