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Joanne Woodward on TCM: Rachel, Rachel; Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams Schedule (Et) and synopses from the TCM website: 6:00 Am Count Three And Pray (1955) A Westerner turns preacher to overcome his shady past. Dir: George Sherman. Cast: Van Heflin, Joanne Woodward, Phil Carey. C-102 mins. 7:45 Am Rally Round The Flag, Boys! (1958) The arrival of an Army missile base shatters the peaceful life of a suburban town. Dir: Leo McCarey. Cast: Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Joan Collins. C-107 mins, Letterbox Format. 9:45 Am Paris Blues (1961) Two jazz musicians deal with romantic problems in Paris. Dir: Martin Ritt. Cast: Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward, Sidney Poitier. C-99 mins, Letterbox Format. 11:30 Am Signpost To Murder (1964) A convicted murderer, who escaped from a mental institution, hides out in the home of a woman whose husband is missing. Dir: George Englund. Cast: Joanne Woodward, Stuart Whitman, Edward Mulhare. Bw-77 mins, Letterbox Format. 1:00 Pm »
- Andre Soares
Joanne Woodward never became a major box-office draw. No matter. Woodward was one of the best film actresses of the 20th century, as can be attested by her work in The Three Faces of Eve; Rachel, Rachel (right); Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams; The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds; and Mr. and Mrs. Bridge. Woodward's absence from the big screen after a supporting role in Jonathan Demme's 1993 AIDS drama Philadelphia is indeed cinema's loss. On Tuesday, August 16, Turner Classic Movies will be presenting 13 Joanne Woodward movies as part of TCM's "Summer Under the Stars" film series. [Joanne Woodward Movie Schedule.] Four of those are TCM premieres: Leo McCarey's weak comedy Rally Round the Flag, Boys! (1958), with Paul Newman as Woodward's love interest, and Joan Collins sultrily stealing the show; Burt Reynolds' highly successful black comedy The End (1978), about a dying man's attempts at killing himself with the assistance of a »
- Andre Soares
Golden Globe winner Sharon Stone has dismissed rumours suggesting that she was once married to George Howe Englund, Jr. During an appearance on Piers Morgan Tonight, Stone rubbished claims that she wed the TV producer early on in her career. "They say I was married to this guy that I was never married to or don't even really know," she said. "They're just over-anxious about me being alone. But really I was married twice." The Casino actress continued: "I was married once when I was young in my early (more) »
- By Justin Harp
Sharon Stone has spoken out to dispel false reports she has been married three times - insisting she's only walked down the aisle twice.
The Hollywood actress is fed up with incorrect rumours about her love life and insists the third union - to Hollywood boss George Howe Englund, Jr. - is pure speculation.
Stone tells CNN host Piers Morgan, "No I wasn't (married three times). But they say that... They say I was married to this guy that I was never married to or don't even really know.
"They're just over anxious about me being alone. But really I was married twice.
"I was married once when I was young in my early 20s to a really lovely guy named Michael Greenburg, who was just the most adorable guy in the world who I am friends with... and I was married to my son's father."
She then joked, "What's his name again? Oh... Phil Bronstein... I was married to Phil, who is the editor of the San Fransisco Chronicle. (He) was a very bright, bright guy and funny... We were married for five and a half years and he's remarried now and has two kids." »
4 items from 2011
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