Legends

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Good-bye Mr. Wizard

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Can't say I have first-hand memories of watching "Watch Mr. Wizard," but I do appreciate the role Don Herbert played as a TV pioneer and in introducing explosive baking-soda-and-vinegar science…

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So long, “Sopranos”

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Journey!?! Not Tony Bennett? Not The Voice? Not Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? Not Bruce Springsteen, or even Bon Jovi? Journey!?! Oh well, maybe that was the point. Mundane. Typical…

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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF

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    Fury

    Weekend Gross:$23.5M

    Fury

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    Weekend:$23.5M
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    Gone Girl

    Weekend Gross:$17.8M

    Gone Girl

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    Weekend:$17.8M Fox
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    The Book of Life

    Weekend Gross:$17.0M

    The Book of Life

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    Weekend:$17.0M

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A Rich-ly deserved memoir

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Now this is beach reading. TV and film director John Rich tells tales of his adventures behind the camera in his recently published memoir "Warm Up the Snake: A Hollywood Memoir" (University of…

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Good-bye to our Mr. Brooks

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This morning brings the bittersweet news that Tim Brooks, research maven extraordinaire and TV historian without peer, is prepping his retirement from Lifetime Television at the end of this year. If…

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The great Gelbart

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Anybody who wrote for Jack Paar, Bob Hope, Danny Thomas and Sid Caesar in their heydays, palled around with Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner and lived to tell funny stories about it deserves all the kudos…

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That'll be the day, indeed

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Westerns don't get much better than "The Searchers" (pictured), John Ford's breathtakingly photographed 1956 film that gifted John Wayne one of the best roles of his long career. Starz's Encore…

Review: 'Legends!'

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Propelled by the reteaming of "Dynasty" divas Joan Collins and Linda Evans, "Legends!" is back onstage after 20 years in the trunk. Or maybe the grave would be a more appropriate resting place for…

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Review: 'Legends: Sam Cooke'

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Any program that exposes new audiences to the greatness of Sam Cooke would have merit, and this "Legends" episode, once you get past Jeffrey Wright's dry narration, is a start-to-finish winner…

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