Remembering Tony Curtis (1925 – 2010)

He did it his way. Tony Curtis, the legendary leading man whose career spanned some six decades, has died in his Las Vegas home. He was 85. His autobiography An American Prince, released last year,  begins with the words “All my life I had one dream, and that was to be in the movies.” That […]

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Tony Curtis at 85

Love him or hate him, you gotta admit one thing: Tony Curtis is one hell of a survivor. Still making waves in the press over 60 years after his film debut, the octogenarian is as active–and vocal–as ever. GQ magazine has done a colorful piece (to say the least) on the living legend in their […]

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TCM Film Festival 2010: Thanks for the memories!

A Star is Born, The Producers, Wild River, Top Hat, Sunset Blvd., Leave Her to Heaven, North by Northwest, The Graduate, Pandora and the Flying Dutchman, The Good the Bad the Ugly, King of Comedy, Metropolis …  Tony Curtis, Eli Wallach, Eve Marie Saint, Martin Landau, Mel Brooks, Nancy Olson, Buck Henry,  Peter Bogdanovich, Leonard […]

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