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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 2003
Title: Principles Producer: Don Sipple The script: Schwarzenegger is pictured in the same cafeteria setting used in his last three television commercials. Addressing what the campaign says are Schwarzenegger volunteers sitting around a lunch table, Schwarzenegger says: "My principles of leadership: progress over politics, bipartisanship always, and the will of the people is paramount. I will do the people's work, and I will take responsibility and be accountable to you."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1998 | ROBERT W. WELKOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a case that has highlighted the ongoing war between celebrities and the paparazzi, two photographers who chased Hollywood action star Arnold Schwarzenegger and newswoman Maria Shriver as they drove their son to a Westside preschool were given jail terms and each fined $500 Monday. In handing down the sentences, Superior Court Judge Robert T.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 21, 1996 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
Arnold Schwarzenegger tries his hardest to look formidable, forbidding and stern in "Eraser," but what he mostly looks is tired. And who wouldn't be weary, given the stressful life and death situations U.S. Marshal John Kruger has to contend with. Things like hanging onto airplanes with his bare hands, fending off alligators and facing down Russian gangsters. Sometimes, just to show he's human, Kruger throws a chair at the bad guys. It works.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 2006 | Michael Finnegan and Dan Morain, Times Staff Writers
Hoping to prop up state treasurer and Democratic gubernatorial nominee Phil Angelides, public employee unions plan to launch statewide television ads today that resemble the spots they used to inflict major political damage on Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last year. The spots renew labor's attack on Schwarzenegger's character, with a nurse, firefighter, police officer and several teachers portraying him as untrustworthy.
NEWS
July 16, 1992 | BILL HIGGINS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The biggest star at the Democratic convention is--gasp!-- a Republican! Hollywood, the town with a Roman-candle liberal at the end of every cellular phone call, could only produce supporting players when it came to delivering glitz. It is Arnold Schwarzenegger topping the list of stars at the convention and the parties that swirl around it like chatter-driven satellites.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 2003 | Michael Finnegan, Times Staff Writer
In his most famous role, Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a merciless killer robot in dark sunglasses who sprays bullets at people from a vast arsenal of guns. Now, the Hollywood icon who built his tough-guy image as "The Terminator" is pondering whether to drop his 33-year film career to run for governor of California. The timing is ripe: The campaign to recall Gov.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 3, 1989 | JACK MATHEWS
In the portable gym that he had set up in an empty office here on the Churubusco Studios lot, the star goes through his daily regimen of bench presses, squats, curls and sit-ups with a sort of ritualistic joy. His muscles bulge, his veins expand like small hoses under his skin, his face goes taut as he strains against the weights.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 10, 2000 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest action blockbuster, "The 6th Day," due in theaters Nov. 17, is about a guy who comes home from work one night and finds a party going on, peeks through the curtains and is shocked to discover that he's been cloned. Sounds like yet another man-against-all-odds saga for the bodybuilder-turned-Terminator, except for one thing: It's rated PG-13. This from a movie star best known for gun-toting, R-rated mega-hits like "True Lies" and "Terminator 2: Judgment Day"?
NEWS
January 7, 1991 | NIKKI FINKE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Arnold Schwarzenegger: "Those 6-year-olds, how much trouble can they be?" Pamela Reed: "On second thought, take the gun." --From the movie "Kindergarten Cop" Oh sure, they look like little angels. But don't let those innocent, gap-toothed smiles; those cute, pink-ribboned ponytails, or those fat little sticky fingers fool you. Because kindergarten kids are capable of bringing a grown man to his knees--literally. How else are you going to chase after 33 tiny terrors?
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