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Chad Everett Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 24th, 2012
2012
Jul 24

OBITUARY

Chad Everett, actor who appeared on ‘Medical Center’ and ‘Mulholland Drive,’ dies at 75

 

 

 

LOS ANGELES — Chad Everett, the blue-eyed star of the 1970s TV series “Medical Center” who went on to appear in such films and TV shows as “Mulholland Drive” and “Melrose Place,” has died. He was 75.

 

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Sherman Hemsley Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 24th, 2012
2012
Jul 24

OBITUARY

Sherman Hemsley, ‘Jeffersons’ Star, Dies at 74

 

 

 

by Mike Barnes , Jordan Zakarin
Hollywood Reporter
July 24, 2012

 

Sherman Hemsley, best known for his starring turn as the charming yet curmudgeonly George Jefferson in the sitcom The Jeffersons, has died, TMZ reports. He was 74.

 

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25 cent Family Flicks at Grauman’s Chinese 6 Theatres

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 20th, 2012
2012
Jul 20

HOLLYWOOD EVENTS

25 cent Family Flicks every Saturday at Grauman’s Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood

 

 

 

This year Grauman’s Chinese Theatre has been around for 85 years and in celebration they’re offering 25 cent Family Flicks every Saturday morning at 10 am in July and August at its Chinese 6 Theatres in the Hollywood and Highland complex.

 

Each Saturday a classic family film will be featured:

July 21 Puss in Boots

July 28 Kung Fu Panda 1

August 4 How to Train Your Dragon

August 11 Megamind

August 18 Monsters vs Aliens

August 25 The Spongebob Square Pants Movie

 

The lights in the theatre will be left on throughout the film so you can see your kid if he or she gets up to wander around and Grauman’s Chinese 6 will also have booster seats for kids on hand. There will also be healthy snacks such as yogurt, granola bars, mini cereal boxes, fruit, etc. All adults must be accompanied by a kid (and vice versa).

 

Remember, you get 4hrs of parking for $2 (Hollywood & Highland) with validation, and the hand/foot prints in the forecourt, the Stars on the Walk of Fame, and Grauman’s Gallery are all free–so it could be a great (cheap) morning out for the family, and a great reason to come and see/explore Hollywood. Parents, kids, families are all welcome.

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The xx at Hollywood Forever

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 18th, 2012
2012
Jul 18

HOLLYWOOD EVENTS

Hollywood Forever is proud to present:

The xx

 

 

 

outdoors on the Fairbanks Lawn

at Hollywood Forever

 

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

Gates open at 6pm (PDT) – 10.13.2012

 

Performance time details will sent to ticket buyers via email

 

Tickets are $38.50

  • 2 tickets per person / per household / per credit card purchase limit. NO EXCEPTIONS!
  • Any customers violating this policy will have their orders refunded automatically without notice.
  • The purchaser of the order must enter the venue with one of the tickets they purchased.
  • IDS will be spot checked at the door.
  • THESE TICKETS ARE NON-TRANSFERABLE and NOT FOR RESALE.

 

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20th, 2012 –  12pm (PDT) at:

hollywoodforever.ticketfly.com

 

*** All US tickets come with music! ***

 *A ticket to dates on The xx US tour gets you more than entry to a show. Every ticket automatically includes a digital version of The xx new album Coexist and one track in advance of release from the album – delivered right to your inbox. For every ticket purchased, you’ll receive:

 

· The track “Angels” delivered within 5 days from the purchase of your ticket

· A digital download of The xx new album Coexist delivered on September 11th

  

IMPORTANT:
•You are welcome to bring: blankets, pillows, food and drinks.
•You may NOT bring: tents, hard coolers, chairs of any kind, dogs/pets.
•There will be limited parking on site for a fee.
•Ticket purchasers will be notified via email when parking will go on sale.
•There will be no overnight camping for this show.
•No one is permitted to line up before 5pm day of show.

*** This show is outdoors and is RAIN OR SHINE ***

 

For more information on The xx please visit www.thexx.info

For more information on Hollywood Forever please visit  www.hollywoodforever.com

If you have any questions please e-mail: events@hollywoodforever.com

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William Asher Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 18th, 2012
2012
Jul 18

OBITUARY

William Asher dies at 90; ‘I Love Lucy,’ ‘Bewitched’ director

 

 

 

William Asher directed more than 100 episodes of ‘I Love Lucy’ and persuaded Elizabeth Montgomery to take the role as Samantha in ‘Bewitched,’ which he also produced.

 

By Dennis McLellan
Los Angeles Times
July 18, 2012

 

As the director of more than 100 episodes of the enduringly classic 1950s sitcom “I Love Lucy,” William Asher considered the first episode he directed to be one of his most memorable: Lucy and Ethel working in a chocolate factory.

 

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Celeste Holm Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 15th, 2012
2012
Jul 15

OBITUARY

Celeste Holm, Oscar-winning actress, dies at 95

 

 

From the Associated Press
July 15, 2012

 

Celeste Holm, a versatile, bright-eyed blonde who soared to Broadway fame in “Oklahoma!” and won an Oscar in “Gentleman’s Agreement” but whose last years were filled with financial difficulty and estrangement from her sons, died Sunday, a relative said. She was 95.

 

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Sage Stallone Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 14th, 2012
2012
Jul 14

OBITUARY

Sage Stallone, son of Sylvester Stallone, dies at 36

 

 

Sage Stallone’s body is found at his Studio City home. The actor appeared in movies and short films and was co-founder of Grindhouse Releasing.

 

By Bob Pool
Los Angeles Times
July 14, 2012

 

Sage Stallone, son of actor Sylvester Stallone, was found dead Friday at his home in the 8100 block of Mulholland Terrace in Studio City. He was 36.

 

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Richard Zanuck Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 13th, 2012
2012
Jul 13

OBITUARY

Richard Zanuck, Oscar-winning producer, dies at 77

 

 

Richard Zanuck, who was head of production at 20th Century Fox and later ran his own production company, marshaled films including ‘Jaws,’ ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ and ‘The Sting.’ He produced six films by director Tim Burton and helped launch the career of Steven Spielberg, who has called Zanuck ‘a director’s producer.’

 

By Dennis McLellan
Los Angeles Times
July 13, 2012

 

Richard D. Zanuck, who emerged from the shadow of his legendary movie-mogul father as head of production at 20th Century Fox in the 1960s and later became an Oscar-winning independent producer whose films included “Jaws,” “The Verdict” and “Driving Miss Daisy,” died Friday. He was 77.

 

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Sydney Chaplin Residence

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 8th, 2012
2012
Jul 8

HOLLYWOOD: THEN & NOW

Sydney Chaplin Residence

 

 

 Above is the former residence of Sydney Chaplin, who was the brother of Charlie Chaplin. The house stood just north of, and on the same block as the Chaplin Studios, which still exist but are now the Jim Henson Studios. (LAPL)

 

 

 

 The site of the Sydney Chaplin residence as it looks today at the southeast corner of Sunset and La Brea. An improvement?? (Hollywoodland)

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Ernest Borgnine Obituary

Posted by Allan Ellenberger on Jul 8th, 2012
2012
Jul 8

OBITUARY

Ernest Borgnine dies at 95; won Oscar for ‘Marty,’ showed comic side in sitcom

 

 

The stocky, gap-toothed Connecticut native won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a lonely Bronx butcher looking for love in the 1955 drama ‘Marty.’ He also starred in the popular TV show ‘McHale’s Navy.’

 

By Dennis McLellan
Los Angeles Times
July 8, 2012

 

Ernest Borgnine, who delivered an Academy Award-winning performance as the lonely Bronx butcher looking for love in the 1955 drama “Marty” and displayed his comic side in the 1960s as the star of the popular TV sitcom “McHale’s Navy,” has died. He was 95.

 

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