A terminally dull piece of faith-based family-values filmmaking designed to appeal strictly to the converted.
Bonnie Franklin, the star of CBS’ groundbreaking sitcom “One Day at a Time” who worked as a helmer later in her career, died Friday at her home due to complications from pancreatic cancer. She was…
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William Asher, who helped birth TV sitcom "Bewitched," co-created "The Patty Duke Show" and directed hundreds of episodes of series including "I Love Lucy," has died in Palm Desert, Calif., according…
Jerome (Jerry) Courtland, an actor who later became a producer and director in film and television, working on shows including "The Flying Nun," "The Love Boat" and "Dynasty," died of heart disease…
TV and film makeup artist Mel Berns Jr. died in Beverly Hills on June 23. He was 71.
"Hollywood Don't Surf!" will make its world premiere next month on the Croisette.
Actor and cult film director Don Edmonds, who helmed "Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS," died May 30 in North Hollywood, Calif. of liver cancer. He was 73.
Spectacular surfing footage highlights Dana Brown's "Step Into Liquid," a superb docu from the son of surf-docu pioneer Bruce Brown. Reaching well beyond even the niche audience for legitimate surf…
Sally Field is being courted for a lead role in Ernest Thompson's new play "Amazons in August," insiders said.
Harry Ackerman, 78, who was involved in the production of some of television’s popular sitcom series, including “I Love Lucy,” “Bewitched” and “Leave It To Beaver,” died Feb. 3 in Burbank, Calif., of…
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