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Cummings' Ten-Year Death Anniversary: From Minor Lloyd Leading Lady to Tony Award Winner (Revised and Expanded)

Constance Cummings: Actress in minor Hollywood movies became major London stage star. Constance Cummings: Actress went from Harold Lloyd and Frank Capra to Noël Coward and Eugene O'Neill Actress Constance Cummings, whose career spanned more than six decades on stage, in films, and on television in both the U.S. and the U.K., died ten years ago on Nov. 23. Unlike other Broadway imports such as Ann Harding, Katharine Hepburn, Miriam Hopkins, and Claudette Colbert, the pretty, elegant Cummings – who could have been turned into a less edgy Constance Bennett had she landed at Rko or Paramount instead of Columbia – never became a Hollywood star. In fact, her most acclaimed work, whether in films or – more frequently – on stage, was almost invariably found in British productions. That's most likely why the name Constance Cummings – despite the DVD availability of several of her best-received performances – is all but forgotten.
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Dead End (2003) Review

Reviewed by Kevin Scott, MoreHorror.com

Dead End (2003)

Directors: Jean Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa

Writers: Jean Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa

Cast: Ray Wise (Frank Harrington), Lin Shaye (Laura Harrington), Mick Cain (Richard Harrington), Alexandra Holden (Marion Harrington), Billy Asher Rosenfeld (Brad Miller), Amber Smith (Lady in White), Steve Valentine (Man in Black)

I’m always amazed at how long a film will stay stagnate on my Netflix list. This one sat on it for I’m thinking around six months or so. What’s even more amazing are the pre conceived notions about the film that I get from the synopsis and the cover art. I’m usually more surprised than anything else, and that can be good or bad. I’m an optimist for the most part, and am almost always glad that I went ahead and took care of business and watched it. With the directors’ names, I
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'Walking Dead' Recap: Phone Calls From Beyond

'Walking Dead' Recap: Phone Calls From Beyond
Where we left off: The Governor threw a big block party in Woodbury, with a grand finale featuring the compound's own version of the WWF. Daryl and his serape took Maggie on a run for baby formula to keep L’il Asskicker alive. Michonne set out on her own, leaving Andrea to make googly-boogly eyes at The Gov. Rick took out his rage over Lori’s death by rampaging through the prison, slashing zombies right and left. In a world with no electricity or power or any Wichita linemen, Rick answered a mysterious phone call.
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