Charles Durning, the two-time Oscar nominee who was dubbed the king of the character actors for his skill in playing everything from a Nazi colonel to the pope, died Monday at his home in New York City. He was 89.…
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Jack Klugman dies at 90; star of TV's 'The Odd Couple,' 'Quincy'
Klugman, a three-time Emmy winner, portrayed the slovenly sportswriter Oscar Madison opposite Tony Randall on the 'Odd Couple' and later played a crime-solving medical examiner on 'Quincy.'…
I wish everyone at GAOH a very Merry Christmas! And if you don't celebrate Christmas then have a Merry whatever!
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Please come join me at Mr. Laurel and Mr. Hardy. The boys entertained us from the silent days, both as a team and separately, and well into the talkie era. Now it's our chance to discuss the greatness of Stan and…Continue
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The Golden Age of Hollywood has this wonderful chat room that is just collecting dust, and I have come up with an idea that I hope many will like.
I love chatting with people, and have been involved with a chat area that may go bye-bye soon.…Continue
Here he is, age 30, in his screen debut in the mesmerizing film noir, “The Strange Love of Martha Ivers” (1946.)
Producer Hal B. Wallis was on his way to…Continue
Happy Hanukkah to all the celebrators in the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Come join the House of Whodunits where we can discuss the great, and not so great, mystery movies of the silver screen. From Sherlock Holmes to Charlie Chan to Philo Vance and all the great movie detectives.
Everyone is invited to join…Continue
For full story as it appears in Dec 7 issue of The Hollywood Reporter, click on the link
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