Even before "The Twilight Zone" cemented his iconic status, Serling had established himself as one of the medium's most important -- and busiest -- scribes. More than 200 of Serling's teleplays were…
As a foul-mouthed studio boss, Harry Cohn generated so many stories about what he'd said and done that Columbia seldom ran out of material.
Icons of the Century: In a world where eclecticism is a supreme virtue, Russian-born, cosmopolitan composer Igor Stravinksy stands as high priest.
Icons of the Century: The little girl from Port Arthur, Texas, blossomed into the Pearl, and Janis Joplin's voice -- big, bluesy, scratchy, unlovely but full of emotion and pain and raw power -…
Icons of the Century: "I've Got a Woman," No. 1 in 1955, was the first time Ray Charles changed music. Four years later, when he negotiated for rights to his master recordings and publishing while…
Beginning with a revolutionary "The Skin of Our Teeth" production in 1942, Kazan brought a raw theatricality to Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams' classics: "All My Songs," "A Streetcar Named…
Legit Icons of the Century: As showmen go, Florenz Ziegfeld remains the most famous, even 75 years after his death.
What becomes a legend most, a famous fur ad used to ask. It's a question on the minds of many these days, as a new century lives out its infancy and emerging technologies alter the way we perceive…
Two major directors couldn't get past a remake and a clay rabbit this weekend, as the latest pics from Cameron Crowe and Tony Scott failed to ignite. Instead, Revolution and Sony's "The Fog"…
Scripted fare is making a comeback across Europe. Firstrun domestic drama on terrestrial TV in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the U.K. was up 2.5% in 2004, according to the European Audiovisual…
Network Ten and Southern Star launched a new medical skein last week that they hope will revive Oz drama.
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