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Review: 'Leave It To Lamas,' when royal Hollywood bloodlines go rancid

11 October 2009 3:24 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

A terrible thing happened to the Hollywood legacy of Argentine Fernando Lamas, and his Norwegian stunner actress wife Arlene Dahl. Together, these two talented, beautiful people made a gorgeous kid in 1958, Lorenzo, who has followed his parents' footsteps. Like a teabag that has been used more than once, the weakened brew nets a barely registered aroma and flavor of its original strength. Same thing has happened to the distilled-down Lamas' family genes, who unlike the Barrymores, have become a tasteless, tan, embarrassment that would most likely make the late Fernando cringe to witness it. Welcome to the worst of the worst, the latest E! reality series that takes a family and follows them around in scripted, dramatized »

- April MacIntyre

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Rosanna Saves The Moment

14 May 2009 6:54 AM, PDT | | See recent New York Post news »

Rosanna Scotto is quick as a whippet. Speaking at the Lighthouse benefit, the Fox 5 anchor forgot someone's name and couldn't find it in her notes, so she smiled sweetly, "I'm having a Jeanine Pirro moment." Pirro is the prosecutor turned TV judge whose amnesia at a press conference helped doom her '06 race for state attorney general. Lighthouse vice-chair Joel Mounty, who won the bidding for a watch from Jacob & Co., honored Fox TV general manager Lew Leone, then saluted Michelle Paterson as "a woman who knows a thing or two about blindness." The »

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Loews Jersey City Presents "The Lion In Winter" And "Journey To The Center Of The Earth" This Weekend; Anthony Harvey And Arlene Dahl To Attend Screenings

22 April 2009 1:40 PM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

The Loews Theatre in Jersey City, New Jersey, will be hosting two very special screenings in the restored movie palace this weekend. On Friday evening, director Anthony Harvey will be in attendance to discuss his Oscar-winning classic The Lion in Winter starring Katharine Hepburn, Peter O'Toole and - in their big screen debuts - Anthony Hopkins and Timothy Dalton. Mr. Harvey will be interviewed by film historian Foster Hirsch and will participate in a Q&A session following the film. On Saturday, the Loews will have a rare big screen showing of Journey to the Center of the Earth. Actress Arlene Dahl, who co-starred with James Mason and Pat Boone in the classic sci-fi film, will be in attendance. There will be an optional reception and "meet and greet" with Ms. Dahl prior to the film. The Loews is only minutes from midtown Manhattan. For full details, click here »

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Noir City 7—Eddie Muller’s Introductory Remarks to Ace In The Hole

1 February 2009 11:49 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Though Sunday at Noir City, the audience was advised to save its prayers.  Eddie Muller took to the Castro stage to briefly recap the success of the previous night’s Arlene Dahl tribute, an event which Dahl admitted to Muller was one of the most thrilling nights of her career.  “Coming from a woman who’s slept with Fernando Lamas,” Muller quipped, “that’s really something!”

On January 30, 1925, America’s foremost cave explorer Floyd Collins was trapped in a cave called Sand Cave, Kentucky.  Though only 55 feet below ground and 150 feet from the cave’s entrance, Collins was pinned by a 25-pound rock in a particular way that he couldn’t move either himself or the rock.  An intrepid journalist from the Louisville Courier by the name of William Burke “Skeets” Miller became the nation’s conduit to Floyd Collins.  Miller was the only one speaking to Collins while he lay trapped underground, »

- Michael Guillen

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TCM: Private Screenings—Interview With Ernest Borgnine

26 January 2009 10:15 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Along with discussing TCM’s upcoming “31 Days of Oscar” and reminiscing on Arlene Dahl, Robert Osborne and I talked about Ernest Borgnine, with whom he recently taped an interview for TCM’s “Private Screenings”, which will premiere on Monday, January 26, 2009, 5:00Pm (Pt), followed by a four-film tribute. Borgnine, a venerable 92-year-old, is the oldest living Academy Award®-winning actor, now that Charlton Heston has passed away. Osborne and I exchanged a few comments regarding this Hollywood legend and then a few hours later I was offered the chance to share a few minutes with Ernie as well.

* * * Robert Osborne: [Ernie] may be matched with Olivia DeHaviland because she’s 92 as well. Jennifer Jones, I believe, is a couple of years younger. I must say that—knowing both of them—Borgnine and Olivia, is that they are both examples of how great it can be to live that long if you have good genes. »

- Michael Guillen

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Noir City 7—Deadline

22 January 2009 12:27 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

It’s that time. Deadline. Time to swallow down your bitter cup of joe to go. Time to stoke up a Camel straight and rake the rim of your fedora. Time to straighten the seams on your nylons and add yet more scarlet to your pursed lips. Time to load the revolver with bullets and to slip the switchblade in your handbag. Time to choke in the boldface headlines of page one of The Noir City Sentinel before heading out into a world that’s incorrigibly corrupt and where a chump knows that even change doesn’t come free. Not that the newspaper really warns you about anything new that you have to face once you leave your railroad apartment; it’s just a mirror, after all, reflecting a psychotic world escaped and still at large, full of criminals, kingpins and hoods, molls and voluptuous dames limned with lamé and seductive danger. »

- Michael Guillen

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