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Chicago – The Hollywood Celebrities & Memorabilia Show is an opportunity for Chicago area film and television fans to interact with their favorite stars twice a year. The last show, on September 25th, 2010, featured celebrities from all eras and varieties of the entertainment spectrum.
HollywoodChicago.com’s Joe Arce was there, taking photos of the participants, including a “Family Ties” reunion with three principal cast members of that beloved sitcom.
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Celebrities1: Ruth Buzzi, from the original cast of ‘Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.’
Celebrities2: Meredith Baxter, mother Elyse from ‘Family Ties.’ Celebrities3: Chicago native Michael Gross, father Steven from ‘Family Ties.’ Celebrities4: Marc Price, ‘Skippy’ Handelman from ‘Family Ties.’ Celebrities5: ‘Family Ties’ reunion featuring Michael Gross, Meredith Baxter and Marc Price. »
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The rest of this month has some exciting genre output on display at the wonderful Egyptian and Aero Theatres, hosted by the American Cinematheque.
Currently running, the Egyptian’s Lust and Larceny: Noir City, the 12th Annual Festival of Film Noir will wrap up on April 18. Friday, April 16 beginning at 7:30pm will be a double feature of 1955’s thriller Crashout, followed by 1954’s brutal revenge melodrama Cry Vengeance. Neither of these films are currently available on DVD. Saturday will see a double feature of horror director Lew Landers’ The Power of the Whistler from 1945 and starring Richard Dix (Val Lewton’s The Ghost Ship), as well as its follow up of the same year, Voice of the Whistler, directed by horror legend William Castle! In attendence will be Robert Dix, son of star Richard Dix.
Running from April 29 through May 2, the Egyptian presents A Wrinkle in Time: The Best of Time Travel Films. »
2 items from 2010
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