Actress Jean Darling, one of the last surviving cast members of the “Our Gang” silent comedy shorts who also appeared in Rodgers & Hammerstein's original production of “Carousel,” died Friday in…
“The Other Woman” director Nick Cassavetes has come on board indie Wall Street thriller “Carousel.” Producers are Richard Salvatore (“The Big Wedding”), David E. Ornston (“Blonde Ambition”), Mike…
Claramae Turner, an operatic contralto best remembered for her celebrated rendition of "You'll Never Walk Alone" in the 1956 film "Carousel," died May 18 in Santa Rosa, Calif. She was 92. The Rodgers…
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Actress, singer and dancer Susan Luckey, who appeared in classic movie musicals "The Music Man" and "Carousel," both starring Shirley Jones, died Wednesday, Dec. 5. She was 74.
As Saturday night's big honoree, George Clooney must have known what was in store for him as he joined Barbara Davis and all her friends at the 2012 Carousel of Hope Ball. In the VIP room of the…
When Barbara Davis called her husband, oil baron and Hollywood mogul Marvin Davis, with the news that their then 7-year-old daughter, Dana, had diabetes, he simply told her: "So fix it."
Barbara Davis' biannual ball remains Hollywood's greatest fundraiser.
George Clooney will add more luster to his philanthropic record in October when he is feted at the Carousel of Hope gala benefiting research and treatment for childhood diabetes.
All For One, One For All Entertainment has secured financing for "Carousel," the first film in a three-picture slate. Production is set for this summer in New York City.
A production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1945 musical "Carousel" is among the offerings on tap as part of the 2012-13 season from the New York Philharmonic.
Warner Bros. has acquired "Dumped," a comedy Vic Levin will adapt as a star vehicle for Steve Carell based on a novel by Andrew Gottlieb.