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Published Date: 10/19/2014
Since the advent of cinema more than 100 years ago, fans have flocked to theaters to see their favorite heartthrobs. Sure, they could act, some could sing and dance, and many won accolades for their talent – but their winning good looks and muscular physiques didn't...
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Published Date: 10/17/2014
Rita Hayworth’s titillating (for the time) roles in 1940s films like "Gilda" and "The Strawberry Blonde" earned her the nickname “The Great American Love Goddess,” and a famous LIFE magazine photo inspired World War II GIs as they served overseas. But she also was one...
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Published Date: 10/17/2014
The Rat Pack conjures up images of the jazzy side of the swinging '60s: sharp suits, copious cocktails, Las Vegas lounges and boozy bonding. During stage shows and in films such as "Ocean's Eleven," Frank Sinatra and company always appeared to be having even more fun...
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Published Date: 10/14/2014
Bing Crosby's unforgettable voice and impeccable comic timing earned him a place among the all-time Hollywood greats. From his hilarious road trips with Bob Hope to his touching, posthumous duet with David Bowie, Crosby never failed to entertain. We remember Crosby's...
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Published Date: 10/10/2014
Join us as we look back at some of our favorite sitcom stars from the 1990s to today.
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Published Date: 10/10/2014
Mention Orson Welles and talk inevitably turns to Citizen Kane. Welles, who died Oct. 10, 1985, at 70, had a long and storied career that included television, radio and Broadway, but it's that 1941 movie that's most often connected to his name.
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