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Tinseltown Talks: Piper Laurie

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Piper Laurie at Texas Frightmare Convention 2012 (Photo by Barry Crawford)

When Piper Laurie published her 2011 candid memoir, “Learning to Live Out Loud,” some readers probably turned straight to either chapter 4, to learn of her brief relationship with a former presiden

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Rimmer, in Star Wars, helping load R2-D2 into Luke Skywalker’s X-wing.

Widely recognized as the voice on a 60’s British children’s show, Shane Rimmer also worked alongside the BBC’s original Dr.

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Press photo from July 9, 2012, when the Academy of Motion Picture Art's and Science's presented a screening of "It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" for its "The Last 70mm Film Festival" at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills. Marvin Kaplan is seen with Jonathan Winters (who passed away April, 2013) during a panel discussion of the film for its 50th anniversary.

Half a century ago, the country was embroiled in civil rights conflicts, a war in Asia, and mourning the loss of a president.

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Recognized mostly for hundreds of television roles dating back to the 1950s, Peter Mark Richman broke into film alongside Gary Cooper in the 1956 civil war western, “Friendly Persuasion.”

Tinseltown Talks: Julie Newmar Still the Cat's Meow

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Julie Newmar as Catwoman in the 1960s “Batman” series starring Adam West.

If you’re in the market for beauty tips and happen to be in Los Angeles on May 3, Julie Newmar has an invitation for you.

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