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May 9, 1992 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was one of those eerie experiences that makes ESP seem utterly plausible. Veteran actor Harris Yulin was on his way recently to meet fellow members of the L.A. Classics radio drama group when he decided, unequivocally, to fulfill a long-held desire: Almost since adolescence, he had wanted to do George Bernard Shaw's probing "Don Juan in Hell." Arriving at his destination, Yulin, who starred in the CBS series "WIOU" last year, immediately approached Ed Asner, who consented to appear with him.
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October 15, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Harris Yulin has sold a cottage in Venice for $2.7 million. The one-story house, built in 1922, has one bedroom and one bathroom in 784 square feet of living space. Surrounded by mature trees, it sits on a 7,191-square-foot double lot on a walk street. Yulin, 74, has appeared in scores of television shows and movies. His film work includes "Scarface" (1983), "Ghostbusters II" (1989) and "Training Day" (2001). He has appeared on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1999-2002), "24" (2002-3)
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October 15, 2012 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
Actor Harris Yulin has sold a cottage in Venice for $2.7 million. The one-story house, built in 1922, has one bedroom and one bathroom in 784 square feet of living space. Surrounded by mature trees, it sits on a 7,191-square-foot double lot on a walk street. Yulin, 74, has appeared in scores of television shows and movies. His film work includes "Scarface" (1983), "Ghostbusters II" (1989) and "Training Day" (2001). He has appeared on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (1999-2002), "24" (2002-3)
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May 9, 1992 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was one of those eerie experiences that makes ESP seem utterly plausible. Veteran actor Harris Yulin was on his way recently to meet fellow members of the L.A. Classics radio drama group when he decided, unequivocally, to fulfill a long-held desire: Almost since adolescence, he had wanted to do George Bernard Shaw's probing "Don Juan in Hell." Arriving at his destination, Yulin, who starred in the CBS series "WIOU" last year, immediately approached Ed Asner, who consented to appear with him.
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December 16, 1995
Harris Yulin will star as detective Lew Archer in a radio dramatization of Ross Macdonald's "Sleeping Beauty." The production, which Yulin also directed, will air from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 1 on KCRW-FM (89.9). Other actors in the crime drama include Shirley Knight, Stacy Keach, Pamela Reed, Bruce Davison, Marian Mercer, Anthony Zerbe and Ed Asner.
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July 8, 2005 | From Associated Press
Mia Farrow will go off-Broadway to portray a woman confronting her own mortality in "Fran's Bed," a family drama by James Lapine opening Sept. 25. Farrow, best known for her roles in movies such as "Rosemary's Baby" and "Hannah and Her Sisters," will star with Heather Burns and Julia Stiles, who will play her daughters. Theater veteran Harris Yulin will portray Farrow's husband. "Fran's Bed," which Lapine also will direct, begins preview performances Aug. 30 at Playwrights Horizons.
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August 12, 1992 | JAN HERMAN
Scene: The Festival Amphitheatre in Garden Grove on Monday night, after three-plus hours of uneven performances by celebrities at a GroveShakespeare fund-raiser that paid tribute to the late Joseph Papp. "Joe Papp, we love you. We love you so much we actually showed up here to listen to everybody tell us how much they loved you." "Joe who?" "You know. The guy from New York who loved Shakespeare and Sally Kirkland." "Sally who?" "You know.
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April 8, 1988 | KEVIN THOMAS, Times Staff Writer
"Bad Dreams" is a mildly diverting horror flick that marks the feature directorial debut of Andrew Fleming, a prize-winning cinema major at New York University. Alas, this Fox release isn't likely to win any more awards for Fleming, who had a hand in the script. "Bad Dreams" is not truly terrible; it's just not very exciting or original. Lovely Jennifer Rubin stars as Cynthia, the sole survivor of a cult whose members committed suicide by fire.
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March 11, 1988 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON
"Candy Mountain" (selected theaters) is a comedy with blood and tears on its mouth; a romance with a knife in its heart. It's also an action movie about running nowhere, and a musical about the music no one hears. Writer-director Rudy Wurlitzer and co-director Robert Frank take these paradoxes and play with them gently, soberly, turning them into fierce poetry.
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April 12, 1995 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Al Franken is good enough, he's certainly smart enough. So, doggone it, why is "Stuart Saves His Family" so mediocre? On "Saturday Night Live," Franken's Stuart Smalley is a hilarious concoction: a "caring nurturer" with his own public-access TV show "Daily Affirmation," a wardrobe of fuzzy pastel sweaters and an idiot grin. Stuart--not a licensed therapist--is every woozy balm dispenser we've ever seen on cable; he's so touchy-feely that he gives you the heebie-jeebies.
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