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First Nighter: Little Girl "Gigi" Does Not Grow Up on Broadway in a Most Delightful Way
Writer, Drama Critic
The reference to the release from Arthur Freed's incomparable MGM unit is recorded here as preamble to the unhappy news that a woefully cheap travesty of the gloriously romantic film has now opened at the Neil Simon.
The Business of
The Band Wagon
Writes about the Arts, Literature & Winston Churchill. He ...
here in New York is mounting a "new stage adaptation" of
The Band Wagon
as a "Special Event" beginning Thursday filled my girls with wonder, and not a little moral outrage. "Why?" they cried! All I could think to reply was: Why not?
Russ Tamblyn, Child Star of
, Featured on Film Preservation Festival Opening Night
A restored print of the soul-throttling film-noir, which concerns an outlaw couple who bond over their mutual affection for artillery, provided a jangling opening night choice for UCLA Festival of Preservation 2013.
End of the Rainbow
Is a Moving Tribute to Judy Garland
Joan E. Dowlin
She was lucky in that she did what she was born to do: be an outstanding entertainer and heal those who allowed her in. If only she could have healed herself.
Kirk Douglas Turns 95!
Should we call him "Spartacus"? Or "Champion"? Both names certainly fit the man. Kirk Douglas turns 95 tomorrow, and he is still very much with us.
Elizabeth Taylor: Star
We have lost a national treasure. As a kid, I remember vividly
magazine's 1972 cover of Elizabeth Taylor turning 40, and glimpsing what glamor really meant.
The Top Father/Son Movie Stars, Bar None
With advance apologies to Lloyd and Jeff Bridges, Henry and Peter Fonda, Martin and Charlie Sheen, this special designation belongs to Kirk and Michael Douglas.
Liza Minnelli: Looking Back, Looking Ahead
Award-winning journalist and editor
Liza Minelli wants everyone to know that they her new DVD,
Liza's At the Palace
, is in stores. The show played on Broadway and won a Tony Award for Best Special Theatrical Event.
For Father's Day, A Few Cinematic Takes On Being A Dad
Prior to this Sunday, why not check out some first-rate DVD titles that examine the distinct challenges of fatherhood, and how we either rise to the occasion or, for a host of reasons, fall short.
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