Bobby Diamond, Boy With a Horse on the 1950s TV Series 'Fury,' Dies at 75

Bobby Diamond, Boy With a Horse on the 1950s TV Series 'Fury,' Dies at 75 Bobby Diamond, who portrayed a young orphan opposite Peter Graves and a wild stallion on the 1950s NBC series Fury, has died. He was 75. Diamond died May 15 of cancer at Los Robles Regional Medical ...

Win The Rockford Files Season 1, Murder, she wrote and Memoirs of an Invisible Man on Blu-ray

To mark the release of The Rockford Files, Memoirs of An Invisible Man and Murder, She Wrote, all out now, we’ve been given 3 bundles of the films to give away on Blu-ray. The Rockford Files Season 1 ...

Death in Small Doses

This ’50s drug epic is not about hopheads on dope, but working folk frying their brains on amphetamines. Peter Graves’ undercover narc seeks the source of deadly pills that are wreaking havoc in the ...

Ranking All Six ‘Mission: Impossible’ Movies

Ranking All Six ‘Mission: Impossible’ Movies Our mission — and we decided to accept it — is to rank from least to best all six of the “Mission: Impossible” thrillers toplined by Tom Cruise as Impossible Missions Force agent Ethan Hunt. 6. ...

Dick Delson, Longtime Hollywood Publicist, Dies at 81

Dick Delson, Longtime Hollywood Publicist, Dies at 81 Dick Delson, a well-known Hollywood publicist who worked with stars including Sylvester Stallone, Walter Matthau and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and on campaigns for films including “The Deerhunter” and ...

10 Westerns Inspired by Samurai Movies, from ‘The Magnificent Seven’ to ‘A Fistful of Dollars’ (Photos)

10 Westerns Inspired by Samurai Movies, from ‘The Magnificent Seven’ to ‘A Fistful of Dollars’ (Photos) We finally got a glimpse of “Shogun World” in the latest episode of “Westworld,” and the idea to mash up the two universes isn’t just a coincidence. There’s a long history of Westerns borrowing from ...

Red Planet Mars

It’s a review. No, it’s a rant. Stop, you’re both right. CineSavant’s overt mission is to demonstrate that old movies, especially old Science Fiction movies, are more relevant than ever. There is at ...

Letter: Bradford Dillman’s best TV series

Brian Baxter’s obituary of Bradford Dillman omitted mention of probably the best of his TV series, Court Martial (1965-66), which ran for only 26 episodes. Derived from The Case Against Paul Ryker, a ...

Beneath the 12-Mile Reef

Pity the poor exhibitors in 1953 that splurged on 3-D equipment, only to see the payroll soar and the profits fall. Nope, Anamorphic Widescreen was the innovation that swept the world. It proved ...

Oscar Winner Martin Landau Dead At Age 89

Landau (center) with "Mission:Impossible" co-stars (clockwise) Peter Graves, Greg Morris, Peter Lupus and Barbara Bain. By Lee Pfeiffer Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau has passed away at age 89. ...

Biography Reboot Headed to A&E

Biography Reboot Headed to A&E A revamped Biography is poised to tell a bunch of new stories at the place that made it famous. The non-fiction series will return to A&E, the basic cable network where it was once a staple, A&E ...

Mission Impossible: The Action Series Premiered 50 Years Ago

It's almost impossible to believe, but Mission: Impossible made its debut on CBS 50 years ago today.Created by Bruce Geller, the action-adventure drama followed the missions of top secret government ...

Steven Hill, Original Star Of "Mission: Impossible" TV Series, Dead At 94

Actor Steven Hill  has died at age 94. Hill came to prominence in 1966 as the original star of the "Mission: Impossible" TV series. He played Dan Briggs, the head of the Impossible Mission Force, who ...

Steven Hill, Law & Order's Veteran D.A. Adam Schiff, Dead at 94

Steven Hill, Law & Order's Veteran D.A. Adam Schiff, Dead at 94 Steven Hill, best known as Law & Order‘s original district attorney Adam Schiff, passed away Tuesday in Manhattan at the age of 94, the New York Times reports. Prior to his 1990-2000 run on the NBC ...

'Mission: Impossible': 15 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the Tom Cruise Blockbuster

Before 1996, "Mission: Impossible" was a long-since-cancelled TV spy series, beloved by Boomers but forgotten by anyone younger. Today, of course, it's a popular Tom Cruise movie franchise, known for ...

Examining Hollywood Remakes: The Thing

Continuing our series on Hollywood remakes, this week’s film is one of those lauded remakes that many say is better than the original. While a horror movie may not be in the Christmas spirit, this ...

27 Things You Didn't Know About the 'Mission: Impossible' Movies

After 19 years, Tom Cruise's first major franchise is still one of Hollywood's best. As Ethan Hunt, the star turned himself into an action hero with 1996's "Mission: Impossible" -- going Full Cruise ...

'Airplane!': 25 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About the Comedy Classic

Looks like we picked the wrong week to quit celebrating milestones. Hard to believe it's been 35 years since "Airplane!" took flight (on July 2, 1980) and taught us all to speak jive, order the ...

The Timeless Buffoonery of The Naked Gun

Ryan Lambie Dec 2, 2018 We take a look back at 1988's The Naked Gun, its timeless brand of comedy, and Leslie Nielsen's superb performance... Detective Frank Drebin's outside his Los Angeles police ...

The Naked Gun's timeless buffoonery

We take a look back at 1988's The Naked Gun, its timeless brand of comedy, and Leslie Nielsen's superb performance... Detective Frank Drebin's outside his Los Angeles police precinct, squeezing off ...

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