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Emmy-Winning Editor Marco Zappia Dies at 76

29 December 2013 8:45 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Marco Zappia, a longtime TV editor, died Dec. 22 in Ventura, Calif. He was 76. During a career that started in 1968 and spanned more than 40 years, Zappia edited hundreds of episodes of television. Among the shows he had longstanding relationships with were All in the Family (95 episodes edited), Archie Bunker's Place (97 episodes), Who's the Boss (188 episodes), Home Improvement (203 episodes) and Eight Simple Rules (75 episodes). Photos: Hollywood's Notable Deaths of 2013 He was nominated for 18 Emmys -- winning twice -- and two CableACE awards. His first Emmy came in 1971 for Hee Haw and was

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R.I.P. Emmy-Winning Editor Marco Zappia

29 December 2013 2:40 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Marco Zappia, award-winning TV editor of Hee-Haw, All In The Family, Home Improvement and dozens of additional TV series and specials, died December 22 in Ventura, CA. He was 76. Los Angeles-born Zappia went from owning a TV repair shop to an award-winning career in editing that spanned four decades when he joined CBS in 1968 as an engineer in the videotape department, where he helped install the network’s first electronic editing system. His first editing gig on CBS’s variety show Hee Haw nabbed him his first Emmy and also marked the network’s first-ever win for editing. Zappia went on to edit numerous TV specials and series including Maude, The Jeffersons, The Sonny & Cher Show, All in The Family, Archie Bunker’s Place, Roseanne, and Faerie Tale Theatre. His prolific ’90s sitcom credits include My Two Dads, Dinosaurs, Who’s The Boss?, The Torkelsons and spin-off Almost Home, Where I Live, »

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The Town That Dreaded Sundown – The Blu Review

24 October 2013 8:51 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Have you ever wanted to see Mary Ann from ‘Gilligans Island’ covered in blood and chased through a corn field by a serial killer who wears a potato-sack as a hood and commits murders with a knife strapped to the end of a trombone? If so track The Town That Dreaded Sundown, a fact-based blend of police procedural, slasher flick, and redneck comedy from 1977. In addition to having one of the great movie titles of the ‘70s, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a realistic, chilling, and effective thriller that Shout Factory has released on Blu-ray just ahead of its 2014 remake.

‘The Phantom Killer’(aka ‘The Moonlight Murderer’) was a real life fiend who committed a series of murders in Texarkana, a border town between Texas and Arkansas, in 1946. Like the ‘Zodiac’ killer who terrorized San Francisco 25 years later, he was never caught or identified. Stalking couples parked at lovers »

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R.I.P. Attorney Irwin Russell: At Center Of Disney/Eisner/Ovitz Uproar

25 August 2013 4:00 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Update: Beverly Hills entertainment attorney Irwin Russell, whose clients included ex-Disney head Michael Eisner, Jim Henson, Theodore Geisel Aka Dr. Seuss, Joan Crawford, and Carol Burnett, died Friday of complications from leukemia. He was 87. Russell found himself in the eye of the firestorm of corporate governance criticism over the Walt Disney Company’s notorious hiring and firing of Michael Ovitz for huge sums of money. Russell’s dual role was scrutinized in a 2004 Delaware Chancery Court shareholders lawsuit and trial for being both Eisner’s personal attorney and the Disney board member who was chairman of the company’s compensation committee. Russell helped Eisner negotiate Ovitz’s 1995 Disney contract to become president and then 14 months later oversaw Ovitz’s huge $140 million payment after the Disney president’s December 1996 firing. Shareholders unsuccessfully sued over accusations Disney money was wasted because of flawed corporate governance by the directors running the company. Russell »

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R.I.P. Jonathan Winters

12 April 2013 10:11 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Jonathan Winters, comedian and television and film actor, best remembered for his roles in It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, and as the voice of Papa Smurf in The Smurfs, has died. He was 87. Winters’ show biz career began after he won a talent show in his native Dayton, Ohio. He went on to appear in dozens of television shows throughout his decades-long career, winning a supporting actor Emmy in 1991 for Davis Rules. His other TV credits include The Jonathan Winters Show, The Twilight Zone, Hee Haw, Rowan And Martin’s Laugh-In and Mork And Mindy. He was a veteran of the late night talk show circuit guesting frequently on The Jack Paar Show and later The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. His late night appearances continued into the ’90s with Jay Leno and David Letterman. His other film credits include Viva MaxThe Loved One, Oh Dad Poor Dad, »

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Jonathan Winters Dead: Celebrities Pay Tribute To Legendary Comedian

12 April 2013 7:30 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Legendary comedian Jonathan Winters died of natural causes in Montecito, California on Friday. He was 87 years old.Winters' career started in radio, and he was one of the first big television stars. One of his most beloved characters was Maude Frickert, a seemingly sweet old lady with a sharp tongue. He also played Mork and Mindy's son Mearth in the final season of the eponymous show.His humor and improv skills made him a popular guest on many shows, from "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," "The Dean Martin Show," "Hee Haw," and "The Hollywood Squares."Winters' also voiced Papa Smurf in "The Smurfs" cartoon, and reprised the role in the recent movies.Stars took to twitter to pay their respects:Dick Van Dyke ‏@iammrvandyThe first time I saw Jonathan Winters perform, I thought I might as well quit the business. Because, I could never be as brilliant.Dick Van Dyke »

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After Deliberating A Year, Jim Carrey Finally Doing ‘Ricky Stanicky’

9 April 2013 3:33 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Jim Carrey will re-team with Steve Oedekerk on the comedy Ricky Stanicky at Summit Entertainment. It was a well thought out decision. Carrey has been orbiting this one for about a year, and finally came aboard when his Ace Ventura: Pet Detective cohort Steve Oedekerk signed on. The comedy is about a group of guys who as teens created a pretend scapegoat, Ricky Stanicky, to blame things on. It is a perennial success, until their wives insist on meeting Stanicky. Carrey, last seen in Burt Wonderstone, has been taking to the web to make a Hee Haw parody about gun control that has driven the conservatives crazy. Pretty clever stuff, if you ask me. »

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