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October 9, 2005 | Susan King
Jason Marsden Voice actor Current assignments: Danger Duck on "Loonatics: Unleashed" (WB Kids!) as well as voices on the animated series "Xiaolin Showdown," "Static Shock," "Mucha Lucha!" and "The Fairly Odd Parents." Previous credits: Max in "The Goofy Movie" and "An Extremely Goofy Movie" as well as "Spirited Away," "Lion King II" and "Jungle Cubs."
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October 9, 2005 | Susan King
Jason Marsden Voice actor Current assignments: Danger Duck on "Loonatics: Unleashed" (WB Kids!) as well as voices on the animated series "Xiaolin Showdown," "Static Shock," "Mucha Lucha!" and "The Fairly Odd Parents." Previous credits: Max in "The Goofy Movie" and "An Extremely Goofy Movie" as well as "Spirited Away," "Lion King II" and "Jungle Cubs."
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November 9, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Leary Blossoms: Timothy Leary, the controversial Harvard University psychedelic drug researcher and counterculture figure during the 1960s turned actor, lecturer and nightclub performer in the 1990s, guests on tonight's episode of NBC's "Blossom" (8:30 p.m.). The documentary-style episode parodies the national political system as Blossom (Mayim Bialik) challenges the popular incumbent (Jason Marsden) for the high school student council presidency.
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October 22, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
One of television's most successful sitcoms will be raised from the grave, as it were. The Munsters will be brought back to life in a first-run syndication, half-hour series with a new cast for the 1988 season. "The Munsters Today," being produced by the Arthur Co., has already been given a 24-episode order, with an option for 48 more.
NATIONAL
October 10, 2013 | By John M. Glionna
LARAMIE, Wyo. - Every year, the day sneaks on up Judy Shepard to deliver its sucker punch from the past: The 12th of October. The day Matthew died. "It hits you and you say to yourself: Oh, this is the day," she says. "This is why I feel so terrible. " Fifteen years ago this week, gay college student Matthew Shepard was pistol-whipped and left for dead: unconscious, barely alive, lashed to a jagged wooden fence outside this small prairie city by two men disgusted by his homosexuality.
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February 6, 1993 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Although it had a certain Okie charm, last season's failed NBC sitcom "The Torkelsons" was nothing to build an evening around. Premiering at 8 tonight on Channels 4, 36 and 39, its retooled successor, "Almost Home," is nothing to build even a half-hour around.
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September 20, 2002 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prepare to be astonished by "Spirited Away." Written and directed by one of the world's master animators, Japan's Hayao Miyazaki, this visual wonder is the product of a fierce and fearless imagination whose creations are unlike any you've seen before. If you're dispirited by look-alike, sound-alike, think-alike movies, disturbed by an art form that seems not only to tolerate, but also to reward a paucity of imagination, you're not going to believe your luck.
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March 27, 2014 | By Gary Goldstein
The middling "Locker 13" is a "Twilight Zone"-like anthology of quasi-chilling stories mostly unified by an unlucky little storage closet and the theme of choices and consequences. Featuring five short yarns, each spun out by its own writer and director, the film takes a decidedly old-fashioned approach to situation and character. The result is an alternately creaky and intriguing ride, one of earnest ambition and dashed potential. More consistent is the array of knowing performances, led by the dependable Jon Gries ("Napoleon Dynamite")
NATIONAL
January 28, 2013 | By John M. Glionna, Los Angeles Times
In an action hailed by gay rights activists as a turning point in a solidly conservative state, a bill that would allow same-sex couples most of the legal rights of heterosexual couples cleared a Wyoming subcommittee by a 7-2 vote and is headed to consideration in the full House. The sponsor of the bill, State Rep. Cathy Connolly of Laramie, is the first openly gay representative in Wyoming. She is one of only eight Democrats in the 60-member House. "We passed the first step, but it's a big step," Connolly said in an interview.
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August 5, 1999 | ROBERT KOEHLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
James McLure's "The Day They Shot John Lennon" is a title as loaded with meanings as director Emilio Borelli's revival at the Gene Bua Acting for Life Theatre is loaded with fine actors. Amid the vigil forming across the street from the Dakota apartment building on Central Park West where Lennon was killed, various mourners engage in their own little dramas. The title sounds misleadingly like the title of a play Sean Lennon might write.
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April 7, 1995 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Goofy finally gets his own movie in--"A Goofy Movie." He had his own TV show, "Goof Troop," which started up in 1992, but that wasn't enough for him. After all, what's a TV series compared to big-screen stardom? These days even animated animals are acting like David Caruso. In a sense, "A Goofy Movie" is still a TV show.
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