Tinseltown Talks: Jacqueline Bisset’s Sizzling Career

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.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Your Song’

It was a magical moment for Elton John and Bernie Taupin when they fully realized the potential that had blossomed in their professional partnership.

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Tinseltown Talks: Neil Sedaka Still Singing through the Pandemic

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.

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The Reel Deal: Some Kind of Heaven

Located 20 miles from Ocala in central Florida, The Villages began decades ago as a sprawling trailer park before being reconfigured along the lines of such thriving retiree havens as Sun City, Arizona.

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Sixties Flashback: POW! OOF! CRASH!

Batman featured an ear-candy theme song, barbaric death traps, innovative gadgets, and repulsive villains (each one represented by a celebrity guest). The show was played for laughs all the way and poked fun at melodrama while injecting pop-culture references into the action.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘My Sweet Lord’

The Beatles ruled the music world from 1963 until 1970, when they released their Let It Be album. With the arrival of that LP, they collectively threw in the towel as the world’s top recording act, and each ex-member then went to work carving out his own solo career path.

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The Reel Deal: No Time to Die

An Aston-Martin sprays bullets from Gatling gun headlight cavities. Powerful motorcycles leap over low walls and roar across rooftops. Speeding high-end cars sail dramatically in slo-mo off steep cliffs.

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Tinseltown Talks: Daughter Recalls Thanksgiving with Natalie Wood

With the holidays approaching, seasonal movie favorites will soon be inching their way into television schedules.

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When Bowling Dominated Saturday-Afternoon Television

While it may seem inconceivable today, there was a time when bowling dominated Saturday-afternoon television.

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