Newhart the eye in the sitcom hurricane as skein yeilds timesless moments
Mel Stuart, who directed 1971 children's classic "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," among more than 180 producing or helming efforts in a career that spanned more than five decades, died…
Actor Warren Stevens, who appeared in films including "Forbidden Planet" and "The Barefoot Contessa" and in numerous TV shows ranging from the original "Star Trek" to "ER," died in Sherman Oaks…
Rest in peace, Suzanne Pleshette. What a great actress, saucy but always kinda sweet, too. She was so good, she made anything she appeared in that much better. Pleshette, who died Saturday at the age…
What is likely NBC's biggest clunker of the season is plopped into the "Will & Grace"-"ER" Thursday hammock, benefiting neither show. Based on "Good Morning, Miami's" opening dud of a joke, viewers…
Disney likely will set a new record for sales of a direct-to-video title when "The Lion King II: Simba's Pride" roars into retail outlets Oct. 27. And don't be surprised if some buyers aren't parents…
A meandering comedy about three old-time army tankmen in a non-combatant missile base at war with the southern redneck town in which it is located.
Walt Disney, who knows his way with a dog as well as a family, has turned out a rollicking piece of business in this comedy about a Great Dane which thinks he's a dachshund.
The last gasp of the Southwestern tribe of Chiricahua Indians in opposing the encroaching white man is covered by the screenplay from an adaptation by Richard Fielder and Albert Beich of a novel by…
Marion Hargrove's 'original' screenplay actually owes a little something to the Little Miss Marker-Sorrowful Jones school of screen comedy, but it's a precocious and likeable offspring. The…