The uncut 75-minute version of the first "Lucille Ball-Desi Arnaz Show" series of specials -- first broadcast Nov. 6, 1957 -- will be shown in its original form for the first time in more than 40…
Dutch-based Endemol Entertainment has filed suit against Twentieth Television claiming copyright infringement.
Barbara Merrick, a longtime assistant to producer Ray Stark, died Dec. 31 in Amityville, N.Y., following a lengthy battle with kidney cancer. She was 58.
Throughout the celebrated history of the Academy Awards, the Best Cinematography category has often been the least understood. Some observers claim the voting members of the Academy often miss the…
Just days after steaming past $150 million, Fox's "Titanic" broke the $200 million mark to dock at $217 million six weeks into its foreign voyage. Pic took in $50.7 million in weekend box office from…
NEW YORK - Lifetime Television has purchased the Monday-Friday off-net rights to Columbia TriStar's one-hour drama "Party of Five," which will debut on the cable network in September.
Lucille Meyers, longtime manager of the Jimmy McHugh Music Co., died of natural causes Jan. 13 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She was 83.
To the northwest of Warsaw, amid picturesque views of the Vistula river, lies the city of Torun, a town best known for its Gothic architecture and one of its native sons -- the father of modern…
In a nearly $10 billion deal, computing giants Compaq Computer Corp. and Digital Equipment Corp. jointly announced their merger Monday, creating a $40 billion powerhouse that rivals IBM Corp. as…
Barry Reardon, president of motion picture distribution for Warner Bros., has been named the Robert W. Selig ShoWester of the Year, it was announced Monday by ShoWest president Daniel Wheatcroft.
Karl Herman, father of Danette Herman, executive in charge of talent for the 70th annual Academy Awards, died Thursday of pneumonia in Los Angeles. He was 83.