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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT and MIMI KO CRUZ
Classic-movie lovers can see their favorites this fall during Chapman University's two free film series. The next screenings for the Tuesday night Chapman Film Classics, and the Wednesday night Cecil B. DeMille series, show later this month. On Tuesday, Chapman professor and film historian Maureen Furniss will introduce the 1920 classic "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari." Director Robert Wiene introduced the unusual perspectives of German Expressionism in this story of a doctor and sleepwalking.
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REAL ESTATE
May 30, 1999
Barbara Hutton was not an actress ("Hot Property," May 16). She was the Woolworth heiress and was worth $80 million to $100 million in 1935. When she and actor Cary Grant married, the newspaper headline read "Cash and Cary Married." You were no doubt thinking of Betty Hutton, the actress who starred in many of Hollywood's big musicals. She also starred in Cecil B. DeMille's "The Greatest Show on Earth." JOHN S. CLAREY South Pasadena
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 1995
Orange County's relationship with Hollywood began to flourish in 1910. During the next 20 years, at least 500 movies were filmed in various spots in the county. The first major work was D.W. Griffith's "Two Brothers," shot at Mission San Juan Capistrano. In 1923, Moses parted the Red Sea just south of Seal Beach for Cecil B. DeMille's silent movie version of "The Ten Commandments."
NEWS
April 12, 1998 | Kevin Thomas
Cecil B. DeMille's final (1956) film is one of his most stirring and spectacular, a Victorian melodrama with the pictorial grandeur of the silent era in which DeMille was a pioneer. DeMille was never above prurient appeal, but he was one of the movies' master storytellers and entertainers, and for all the parting of the Red Sea jokes, Charlton Heston (pictured) is a truly heroic Moses (ABC Sunday at 7 p.m.).
NEWS
January 14, 1985
Jetta Goudal, the tall, sophisticated actress cast as an exotic siren in more than a dozen silent and sound films, died today in Los Angeles. She was 86. She had a stage career in her native France and on Broadway before coming to films in 1923 in "The Bright Shawl." Most of her films were for Cecil B. DeMille and she often appeared at DeMille retrospectives. Her last picture was "Business and Pleasure" with Will Rogers in 1932.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 2004
Anjelica Huston is preparing for her close-up as Norma Desmond in a reading of "Sunset Boulevard," to be presented as a benefit for the Actors' Fund of America at the Pantages Theatre on April 4. Although the script's younger leading man has yet to be cast, Ben Kingsley will play Norma's devoted Max. Stanley Donen will read the role of Cecil B. DeMille, and Stefanie Powers will play Hedda Hopper. David Rambo adapted the screenplay, and Peter Hunt will direct.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 10, 1993
There has been a time change in the Los Angeles Theater Organ Society presentation of Cecil B. DeMille's "King of Kings" today at the San Gabriel Auditorium, 320 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel. It is now 2:30 p.m. As previously announced, the 1927 silent will be accompanied by organist Gaylor Carter. The organ society will next present Lyn Larsen and the Rhythm Kings Orchestra in concert May 8 at 8 p.m. at Pasadena City College's Sexson Auditorium, 1570 E. Colorado Blvd.
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