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Who Framed Roger Rabbit: An Oral History

Who Framed Roger Rabbit, directed by Robert Zemeckis, was released in 1988.Image: Elena Scotti (Disney, Shutterstock)Robert Zemeckis’ animated/live-action hybrid noir murder mystery broke boundaries of filmmaking technology and technique, and 32 years later it’s every bit as fresh, warm, and funny as it ever was. Starring Bob Hoskins as gumshoe…
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May 28, 2020
Paul Newman

An American beauty and the big but not-so-friendly giant

The legendary Oscar-winning Hollywood star Patricia Neal, whom I knew during some of the many vicissitudes in her astonishing life, once said of her tempestuous 30-year marriage to the writer Roald Dahl: 'Our life together was the stuff of which movies are made.' Her remark was prophetic. In 1981, while they…
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May 22, 2020
Paul Newman

Movies on TV this week: Sunday, May 24, 2020

Four Star Films, Box Office Hits, Indies and Imports, Movies A - ZFOUR STAR FILMSTop rated movies and made-for-TV films airing the week of the week of May 24 - 30, 2020Almost Famous (2000) SHOW Fri. 6:55 p.m. American Beauty (1999) CMAX Thur. 2:55 a.m.Apocalypse Now (1979) HBO Thur. 3:30…
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May 22, 2020
Paul Newman

Luminaries Lost: A look at some of the artists lost to virus

A saxophonist whose sounds helped birth international dance music. An actress who learned alongside one set of Hollywood legends then told the life stories of others. A musician who went from pop-rock bassist to show-tune song stylist. In the second installment in a series, The Associated Press takes a look…
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May 21, 2020
Paul Newman

Classic Men of Style: Paul Newman

A master of effortless style Paul Newman was a renegade. A man of many hats, he was an accomplished actor, a philanthropist, a race car driver, and an entrepreneur. His effortless style was a sight to behold. And his watches have moved markets. Let’s take a closer look at this…
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May 20, 2020
Paul Newman

Robert Stone’s Bad Trips

Susan Aimee Weinik /The LIFE Images Collection/Getty For the late, great novelist, American politics was one end-of-times after another.For the late, great novelist Robert Stone, modern American life could only be understood as a state of endless war. Though his combat experience was brief—he was an 18-year-old radioman on a…
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May 20, 2020