Nan Grey, the wife of pop singer Frankie Laine and a leading lady in Hollywood films of the 1930s, died July 25 of natural causes on her 75th birthday.
The International Museum of Humor -- known in French as Un Nouveau Musee...Pour Rire -- opened its doors here in April, but the $ C21 million museum will be launching two new features during this…
Orion Pictures’ “The Favor” was produced by Lauren Shuler-Donner. Tuesday’s story on Orion’s release sked was unclear.
Lorayne Brox, 64, eldest member of the Brox Sisters, a singing trio of the 1920s, died June 14 in Los Angeles of unreported causes.
DIC Animation City has licensed international distribution rights to the new animated series “Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?” to Buena Vista Intl. TV. The show, based on a computer game, will…
The following incorporations have recently been filed: Hurley Prods. Inc., L.A., 10,000 capital stock-1 class.
J. David Kuhn, 50, public television producer and acting director of WGBH-TV Boston's Descriptive Video Service, died July 25 in Schenley Park, Penn., in an auto racing accident.
MGM comedy "The Meteor Man" unspools Saturday at the Hollywood Pacific Theatre in a benefit for the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation.
News Corp. holds an equivalent stake of 6.4% in the common shares of Image Entertainment Inc. In a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, News Corp. said that warrants for 208,970 common…
John M. Culkin, 65, critic who analyzed the effects of television and film on society and advised the creators of "Sesame Street," died July 23 in New York of cancer.
KCAL-TV said Tuesday that its decision to hire an African-American weekend anchor is unrelated to the departure of Larry Carroll, whose exit from the station this summer stirred protests.