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In Memory of Bill Paxton: 1955-2017

Able to shift flawlessly between leading man and character actor, Paxton made a mark on Hollywood in some of the most iconic, timeless movies and television productions ever.  His easy-going persona made him incredibly gifted in playing “every man” characters in an array of work across all genres. 2 Guns (also on blu-ray) Aliens Apollo […]

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In Memory of John Hurt: 1940-2017

The multi-talented actor of film and television was best known to American audiences for his iconic scene in Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece Alien as well as David Lynch’s The Elephant Man (1980), where he was nominated for playing the title role.  But, more recently, Hurt became known to a new generation with his role in […]

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In Memory of Mary Tyler Moore: 1936-2017

She might be best known as the girl who turned on the world with her smile, but Moore was also an award-winning film actress (she won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal as a grieving mother in 1980’s Ordinary People).  Though, the mark she made on 1960s (The Dick […]

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In Memory of Robert Vaughn: 1932-2016

Known mostly for his television roles (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.), Vaughn also starred in many timeless films, including the original The Magnificent Seven and the Steve McQueen classic, Bullitt.   A Fortunate Life – Autobiography Backstairs At The White House Bullitt Centennial Hu$tle. Complete Season One Hu$tle. Complete Season Two Hu$tle. Complete Season Three Hu$tle. […]

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