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September 11, 1999 | STEVEN LINAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
La-deees and gentlemen . . . and children of all ages! Welcome to the beguiling biopic "P.T. Barnum," an affectionate four-hour film whose best moments are almost as colorful as the quintessential showman himself.
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June 22, 2005 | Bridget Byrne, For the Associated Press
At 11 weeks old, Juliet Mills made a brief appearance in "In Which We Serve," the World War II film starring her father, John Mills, and written and directed by her godfather, Noel Coward. "I think I was quite good. I haven't heard stories to the contrary," she says with a gentle laugh. Maybe her own times on movie sets as a child -- usually just visiting "Daddy," but sometimes playing a small role -- make her particularly adept at working with younger stars.
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November 23, 2000 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
According to director Ron Howard, the appearance of the young Grinch in "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" was supposed to be just a sight gag--sort of a Mini-Me version of Jim Carrey as the mean green one. But that was before actor Josh Ryan Evans was cast in the part. "As it turned out, he was able to create a character and generate a lot of heart for the story," says Howard. "It was such a pleasant surprise. The days working with Jim were always amazing, but Josh was just delightful."
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November 24, 2000 | T.L. STANLEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Pity the poor daytime drama. Not only is it plagued by freak accidents, amnesia victims, evil twins and unnatural disasters, it's also struggling for viewers, in a battle perhaps tougher than any being waged on television. The long-maligned guilty-pleasure story form asks for a five-day-a-week time commitment when much of its traditional target audience, adult women, is now at the office instead of home.
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