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Due for release this fall, the Rob Zombie-produced, -written, and -directed film The Munsters seems like an appropriate pre-Halloween offering but will almost certainly be a “love it or loathe it” experience for fans of the beloved ’60s TV series on which the new production is based.
Chances are, every time velvet-voiced Johnny Mathis takes center stage during his current U.S. tour, the atmosphere could turn “misty.”
When the Los Angeles Hollywood Museum reopened last August, having closed its doors to the public during much of the pandemic, Claudia Wells was one of many guests invited to celebrate the event that included a Back to the Future exhibit.
Best known for her extensive television career that includes starring roles in shows such as Falcon Crest, Castle, and Dharma and Greg, Susan Sullivan is always keen to offer advice to others, and that includes sharing with seniors her family’s experience with health issues.
When British author Roald Dahl’s beloved 1988 novel Matilda was transformed into a fantasy comedy movie a decade later, the film became hugely popular. It remains an enjoyable family movie to watch with children and grandchildren today, 25 years after its release in July 1996.
It’s been 35 years since Paul Hogan unleashed the iconic character of rugged reptile-wrestling Mick Dundee onto the world in the hit ’80s film Crocodile Dundee and two sequels.
Back in 2019, actor/writer/producer Terry Ray convinced Erin Murphy — best known for playing baby Tabitha in Bewitched — to reprise her role in a short five-minute web skit in which her now-adult character seeks out a therapist (played by Ray) to deal with childhood issues lingering from growing up as the daughter of Darrin and Samantha Stephens.
Now in her seventh decade as a film actress, British beauty Jacqueline Bisset first hit the big screen in the mid-1960s and was soon on her way to becoming a household name after dramatic roles later in the decade in films such as Bullitt with Steve McQueen.
Many performers have recorded videos of encouragement for fans throughout the COVID-19 pandemic months. But few, if any, have been as prolific as Neil Sedaka.
With the holidays approaching, seasonal movie favorites will soon be inching their way into television schedules.
It’s a sobering thought for fans of classic film. The passing of Olivia de Havilland in late July, just three weeks after her 104th birthday July 1, represents the loss of the last surviving big-screen legend from Hollywood’s Golden Age of the 1930s.
Reassembling a dozen cast members from a popular ’90s TV sitcom could pose a challenge for any network, much less an individual. But it was a task Fran Drescher relished.
If you don’t think Jimmy Stewart put the classic in “classic movies,” consider these titles in which he starred: It’s a Wonderful Life, The Philadelphia Story, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Rear Window, Vertigo, Harvey, and the list goes on.
During the seven years Jon Provost starred as little Timmy Martin in the CBS TV series Lassie from 1957 to 1964, several end-of-year Christmas episodes aired. Most still stand out in Provost’s mind for one reason.
The critters are back and meaner than ever.
Known for his gentle satire, basset-hound eyes, and witty routines, former Chicago accountant-turned-comedian Bob Newhart turns 90 this month (Sept. 5). This year is also the 60th anniversary of Newhart’s show business career — he signed with Warner Bros. Records in 1959.
As one of the most popular television shows in the late ’70s to early ’80s, Happy Days helped propel many cast regulars into the production side of show business.
It’s not uncommon for actors to find a second career away from the camera after spending years in front of it.
Beginning her career as a talented child actress, Beverly Washburn worked alongside Hollywood’s most popular actors, and her list of favorites is long (see www.beverlywashburn.com).
A supporting actor for much of his film career, Richard Herd has worked with actors such as Jack Lemmon, Rod Steiger, Robert Redford, Sylvester Stallone, and Robert Duvall.
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