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Entertainment business affairs executive Richard Fowkes, who most recently oversaw business affairs for Legendary Entertainment, died on Aug. 16 in Los Angeles after a battle with brain cancer. He…
Composer Fred Steiner, who wrote the themes for "Perry Mason" and "Rocky and Bullwinkle" and who later became a respected film-music historian and musicologist, died of natural causes Thursday at his…
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The Circle X Theater Co. has once again leaped into the murky waters of historical fact to peruse the creation of cinema. The team of Jillian Armenante and Alice Dodd script and guide the large…
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Three hours seems hardly enough time to encapsulate the career of Bob Hope, celebrating his 55th year with NBC and -- come May 29 -- his 90th birthday. But crew and celebrity-laden cast under the…
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