Wednesday, Oct. 22
On Thursday, Oct. 16, Burt Reynolds was in New York to see his longtime friend and Deliverance co-star Ned Beatty perform in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at the Music Box Theatre. “He was wonderful,” said Mr. Reynolds.
But the Bandit didn’t hit Manhattan just for Tennessee Williams and dinner Read More
Charles Nelson Reilly. Match Game, right?
That’s what most people think when they hear his name. Or maybe Hollywood Squares or To Tell the Truth . Or his 97 appearances on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show -second only to Bob Hope and Orson Bean. Mr. Reilly ruled kitsch TV in the 1970′s, sharing the glory with Read More
Clarissa’s California Payload
When Edgar Bronfman Jr. and his family started spending more and more time on the West Coast, word was that the chief executive of the Seagram Company had descended into the Hollywood trenches to ensure that his decision to acquire MCA Inc. would eventually pay off. (In 1995, Seagram sold its 25 Read More