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Published Date: 11/28/2014
Four years have passed since the death of Leslie Nielsen, one of cinema's greatest success stories. During his 62-year career, Nielsen played over 220 characters in more than 250 films and television programs, earning a reputation early as a serious leading man....
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Published Date: 11/28/2014
Hope Lange found stardom in her performance as Selena Cross in Peyton Place, earning her first Oscar and Golden Globe nominations and making a name for herself in Hollywood. Although she started on Broadway, Lange would spend the bulk of her career, more than 40 years,...
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Published Date: 11/28/2014
Leslie Nielsen was surely a master of deadpan comedy. With the charm and charisma of a traditional leading man, Nielsen was the ideal of the "straight man" for some of the 20th century's zaniest comedies. His career started with serious roles in epics such as Forbidden...
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Published Date: 11/25/2014
Space: the final frontier … "Star Trek" has become one of the greatest franchises in television and movie history. Although the original series only ran for three seasons from 1966-1969, it developed a cult following in reruns and helped usher science fiction into the...
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Published Date: 11/24/2014
Howard Duff was all over the television landscape from the 1950s through the '80s, with a notable starring role on the late-'60s police drama Felony Squad. He also starred in Mr. Adams and Eve and in Dante, and he had notable guest-starring roles in numerous programs...
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Published Date: 11/24/2014
Most Americans first met Pat Morita when he played diner owner Arnold on "Happy Days" for the show's first season. It proved a great introduction to an actor who would enjoy a versatile career. Morita excelled in comedic roles like Arnold as well as in more dramatic...
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