Anne Shirley, who began her career as child actress Dawn O'Day and gained adult stardom in "Anne of Green Gables,""Stella Dallas" and other films, died July 4 in Los Angeles of lung cancer. She was…
A woman charged repeatedly with pestering David Letterman since 1988 was arrested early Wednesday after police found her sleeping near tennis courts on the talkshow host's property.
Walt Disney World has appointed a second exec to develop and market sporting events at its theme parks, a new focus for the entertainment giant.
Episodes of "Roseanne" and "I'll Fly Away" as well as the Emmy-winning movie "Miss Rose White" were among the TV shows awarded Humanitas Prizes.
Robbers emptied American tycoon Marvin Davis' chauffered limousine of $ 10 million in jewels with ease this week. But those holding the loot bag tripped up when they failed to buckle up.
Relatives of two of the Three Stooges contend the family of Moe Howard, the founding Stooge, owes them up to $ 5 million in profits from merchandising and marketing deals.
Actor Fred Gwynne, perhaps best known for his role as the lovable ghoul Herman Munster in the 1960s TV series "The Munsters," died at his home in Taneytown, near Baltimore, on Friday at the age of 66.
Jurors in the trial of a defamation lawsuit against filmmaker Michael Moore will view never-before-seen footage from the 1990 film "Roger & Me."
Rap artist Eric (Eazy-E) Wright has been ordered to pay about $ 58,000 a year in what a prosecutor said was the largest child-support order ever handled by the Los Angeles County district attorney's…
George (Spanky) McFarland, the chubby child star of "Our Gang" and "Little Rascals" fame, died Wednesday at age 64.