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12 Angry Men
With his rumpled face and scratchy voice, Jack Klugman, who died Monday at the age of 90, was the very definition of a character actor. But after years of supporting roles in theater, films and TV…
The Roundabout Theater company's strong-selling revival of "Anything Goes" will hit the road in the 2012-13 season.
My first exposure to Sidney Lumet came by way of a VHS copy of "Murder on the Orient Express" that I received as a Christmas present, owing to my childhood enthusiasm for Agatha Christie.
Director Sidney Lumet, who died Saturday of lymphoma, was the bigscreen's prime purveyor of films that addressed themes of justice and the corruption of power, almost always in a New York setting.
The producers of the Broadway staging of "Driving Miss Daisy" are laying plans to ride the show into London in the fall.
Docu should continue its fest travel while picking up select broadcast sales.
Production exec George Justin, who worked on influential films including "12 Angry Men," "Marathon Man," and "The Graduate," died of natural causes in Santa Monica, Calif. on March 9. He was 91.
Here's an anniversary to savor: Exactly 50 years ago Sidney Lumet directed his first feature film, "12 Angry Men," and received the first of his five Oscar nominations for directing.
Helmer Nikita Mikhalkov, whose "Burnt by the Sun" took the foreign language film Oscar in 1995, will rep Russia for the fourth time with latest pic "12."
Expansively, dramatically, magnificently Russian, Nikita Mikhalkov's loose remake of "12 Angry Men" plays like vintage jazz from a veteran band.
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