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Longtime NYC TV, Radio Host Joe Franklin Dies At 88

NEW YORK (AP) — Pioneering radio and TV host Joe Franklin, who gave breaks to the likes of Al Pacino and Bill Cosby on his variety show long before they became famous and who boasted he never missed a broadcast in decades, has died at age 88. 290 more words

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On This Day in #F1: 26th January 1975: Godfather wins Grand Prix

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- 1975: Michael Corleone wins his first Grand Prix

Michael had overseen the family’s crime syndicate grow to titanic proportions when he approached friends in Italy about a possible diversion to his nefarious activities in America. 513 more words

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The Humbling

Al Pacino and Barry Levinson on Age, Accomplishments and ‘The Humbling’:

Mr. Pacino, 74, is playing Simon Axler in The Humbling. Axler is an aging actor whose memory and stamina are failing him. 219 more words

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Serpico and his Superhawk.

In our CSI era in which every action/thriller/crime movie or tv serie has a thousands beats rhythm and a cut that could provoke you headache, it’s a pleasure to watch at this classic 1973 Sidney Lumet’s masterpiece. 134 more words

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The Humbling's Barry Levinson on Hollywood's odd, unrequited crush on Philip Roth

Philip Roth has nothing to say about the new film version of his novel The Humbling. However, that’s no surprise to the director. “We didn’t expect a response and we didn’t get one,” Barry Levinson says. 893 more words

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The Humbling's Barry Levinson on Hollywood's odd, unrequited crush on Philip Roth

Philip Roth has nothing to say about the new film version of his novel The Humbling. However, that’s no surprise to the director. “We didn’t expect a response and we didn’t get one,” Barry Levinson says. 893 more words

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The Humbling, reviewed: Philip Roth, curiously neutered and unsexy

When it was announced last year that Lakeshore Entertainment would be making a film of Philip Roth’s American Pastoral, the apprehension many of the author’s admirers felt emerged from a sense of protectiveness — a fear that something inviolable was at risk of disgrace. 611 more words

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