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2011-05-01 23:01:00

WASHINGTON, May 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Following is the daily "Profile America" feature from the U.S. Census Bureau: (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20090226/CENSUSLOGO) MONDAY, MAY 2: CITIZEN KANE'S 70TH Profile America -- Monday, May 2nd.

2008-10-03 00:00:15

By JOHN WALSH Have You Seen...? By David Thomson ALLEN LANE Pounds 22 (1007pp) Pounds 19.80 (free p&p) from 0870 079 8897 David Thomson is the world's leading sage about film. Dulwich- educated and now living in San Francisco, he's a polymath rather than a critic.

2008-10-02 03:00:30

By Marker, Chris It all began in Brussels' Film Library ("Cinematheque Royale") when my friend Jacques Ledoux, the flamboyant conservator, received a package of brand new prints from Moscow.

2008-07-31 18:00:33

By Lawrence Toppman, The Charlotte Observer, N.C. Jul. 31--Orson Welles has the title of Hollywood's Most Abused Genius, because he produced one absolute masterpiece in "Citizen Kane," a handful of near-classics and a lifetime of butchered movies studios recut or aborted.

2008-07-24 09:00:47

By Associated Press LOS ANGELES -- Over the years, TV's best-known movie review show has gone from hosts Siskel and Ebert to Ebert and Roeper to Roeper and guest critics -- and now it's Lyons and Mankiewicz.

2008-06-13 18:00:00

By Christopher Blank "Orson's Shadow," now onstage at Circuit Playhouse, comes on the heels of "The Compleat Stage Beauty," another play about life in the theater. Both are packed with inflated egos, barbed banter in English accents and numerous references to Shakespeare.

2005-09-15 03:21:13

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Hollywood filmmaker Robert Wise, a four-time Academy Award winner who brought the beloved musicals "West Side Story" and "The Sound of Music" to the big screen during a career that spanned six decades, died on Wednesday, four days after turning 91.


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