Bogie, Bergman, and the Brattle

At 75, “Casablanca” still has a special place in the heart of Harvard Square. In November 1942, a timeless story of love, loss, and redemption first appeared on the silver screen. Along with the hearts of audiences, “Casablanca” won Academy Awards for best picture, best director, and best screenplay. Seventy-five years later, the film is

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Indiana museum honors native sons James Dean and Jim Davis

To attract visitors, townspeople often arrange a museum in honor of the life and achievements of their native sons or daughters. In Fairmount, Ind., two have achieved such a distinction: actor James Dean and cartoonist Jim Davis. (Wayne is a faithful reader of that cat character “Garfield.”) The memorial for James Dean covers most of

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Why Animal House is still the king of college comedies

I once saw National Lampoon’s Animal House at a back-to-school midnight show at the University of California at Santa Barbara in September 1984. I hadn’t counted on the entire two rows of frat-boys behind me who recited every single line of dialogue, in unison, just seconds before the characters onscreen did. It was the first

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‘Legend Of Tarzan’ Is Wild and Crazy Summer Popcorn Fun

CMG is proud that The Legend of Tarzan keeps the memory of legendary client Johnny Weissmuller alive and continues his legacy. The film, premiering today, offers a modern take on a franchise Weissmuller made popular in the 1930s. Weissmuller starred in 12 Tarzan movies from 1932 to 1948. Tarzan has been a movie franchise since

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Glitzy Pooch Has A Down-To-Earth Message: Be Kind

From runt of the litter to top dog with homes in Hollywood and Indianapolis, the Princess of Beverly Hills is living a canine fairy tale. Her signature look: Pink highlights on her legs, ears and tail, and the sparkling necklace around her neck. “She’s pink and white, and full of love,” Princess’ owner Stacey Whitmore

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