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A century ago, April 14, 1912, the luxury ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic. Roughly two …

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As hard as it may be for those of us of a certain age to believe, members of the younger Twitter-saavy generation are somehow shocked to learn that Titanic was a real ship, not just a movie.

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The famous Hollywood sign is safe. And you probably didn’t even know it was at risk. It turns out that a group of Chicago …

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Movie mogul George Lucas apparently isn’t content with the enormous number of actors, actresses and wannabes out there, so he’s buying film rights for …

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Gene Shalit announced earlier this week that he was leaving his position as movie critic on NBC’s Today show, effective Wednesday.  The show aired …

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Aron Ralston’s story was tough enough to take: the mountain climber was accidentally trapped by a fallen boulder and after being stuck with no …

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I have my moments of procrastination. At times, it’s a sort of defense mechanism: I find myself wanting to make a plan before I …

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Here’s a fascinating piece of history that’s related to obsolete things, which was the topic of yesterday’s edition of the Sunday Seven. Those of …

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Forty-five years after its death, Roy Rogers’ beloved golden Palomino, Trigger, is returning to television. The remains of the horse were purchased at auction …

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Last night, one of the cable movie channels ran a marathon of the original Star Wars trilogy. I watched the end of Return of …

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Fifty years after its release, Mother Bates from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho still ranks as the number one “baddest mother” in movie history.

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When you hear a movie title like The Hills Have Thighs, two immediate possibilities come to mind about what kind of film you’re about …