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How Sweet It Is! (1968)

Jenny (Debbie Reynolds) and Grif Henderson (James Garner) are parents to Davey (Donald Losby), a young man who is every bit the stereotypical “peace and love” ’60s teen. 577 more words


Hit the Deck (1955)

Sailors with the U.S. Navy — including pals Danny (Russ Tamblyn) and Rico (Vic Damone) — are in the Arctic completing “Operation Ice Cream,” which requires them to swim in freezing waters. 483 more words



Debbie Reynolds (born Mary Frances Reynolds; April 1, 1932) is an American actress, singer, dancer, businesswoman, and film historian.

Her breakout role was portraying Helen Kane in the 1950 film Three Little Words, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer. 681 more words


Spike Lee's Timely Diversity Comments Deserve Better Than an Honorary Oscars Ceremony No One Got to See

Last weekend, Spike Lee finally got an Oscar. Sure, it followed his losses for Best Original Screenplay for Do the Right Thing and Best Documentary for… 968 more words


Governors Awards: Spike Lee Laments Absence Of Black Studio Heads And Gena Rowlands Gets Long Overdue Oscar Love

Spike Lee lamented the lack of black executives in Hollywood, saying it was “easier to elect an African American President than get a black person appointed studio head.” He noted that census figures predict whites will be a minority  by 2043, so the industry needs to recognize new realities. 977 more words


Governors Award Winner Spike Lee to Hollywood: 'You Better Get Smart'

Governors Awards recipient Spike Lee reminded hundreds of Hollywood heavy-hitters about their failure at diversity, warning, “You better get smart” about making films that represent the population — because by 2043, Caucasians are going to be the minority in the U.S. 951 more words


First Oscars Of Season To Be Presented Amid Tight Security

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tight security following the Paris terror attacks was in effect at Saturday night’s seventh annual Governors Awards, where Spike Lee, Gena Rowlands and Debbie Reynolds were to receive the first Oscars of Hollywood’s award season. 331 more words