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September 27, 1986
We have just read a news article that alleges seven Dodger employees have embezzled over $320,000. In light of the '86 season, what about the 24 in uniform? RICHARD KLINE DENNIS DUGAN RICK MORSE Bel-Air
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September 24, 2005 | From Newsday
Harry Potter hasn't lost a bit of his magic. The sixth book about the boy wizard, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," has sold more than 11 million copies since its U.S. release on July 16, publisher Scholastic Corp. says. The book also is selling at a faster pace than its predecessors. The fifth installment, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," took an additional three weeks to achieve the same sales total. "The pace is definitely faster....
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September 24, 2005 | From Newsday
Harry Potter hasn't lost a bit of his magic. The sixth book about the boy wizard, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," has sold more than 11 million copies since its U.S. release on July 16, publisher Scholastic Corp. says. The book also is selling at a faster pace than its predecessors. The fifth installment, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," took an additional three weeks to achieve the same sales total. "The pace is definitely faster....
REAL ESTATE
September 26, 2004 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
Game-show producer Richard Kline has so many children, he just kept adding on to his Studio City home. The result was not a hodgepodge of rooms with stairways leading nowhere, as in San Jose's famous Winchester House. Kline's home, which had 13 children living in it at one point, has the look of a stately manor and the comfort of a mountain lodge. In short, it met the needs of the co-producer of such shows as "Win, Lose or Draw" (1987-90) and his family.
REAL ESTATE
September 26, 2004 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
Game-show producer Richard Kline has so many children, he just kept adding on to his Studio City home. The result was not a hodgepodge of rooms with stairways leading nowhere, as in San Jose's famous Winchester House. Kline's home, which had 13 children living in it at one point, has the look of a stately manor and the comfort of a mountain lodge. In short, it met the needs of the co-producer of such shows as "Win, Lose or Draw" (1987-90) and his family.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 30, 1990 | T.H. McCULLOH
Contemporary critics called Noel Coward's plays "thin" and "brittle." Maybe that's why his work doesn't date. The trick is to keep Coward in his place, and his period. It also helps to know Coward's mechanics. "Present Laughter," in this stunning revival at the Melrose Theater, doesn't hold any mystery for director Richard Kline; there isn't a particle of it he doesn't know and respect.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 1996 | T.H. McCULLOH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Timing is a prime tool in making comedy work. In his memoirs, director Robert Lewis describes the several hours Bert Lahr took to work out a simple run around a table in the musical "Foxy." At one point, Lahr decided that backing into a hot stove during the run would be funny, and that took another hour to establish in the rapid chain of action. The run never varied, and always got its laughs. It all looks so simple to an audience.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 6, 1995
Shelley Berman, Taylor Negron, Arlene Golonka and Richard Kline are among the celebrity cast set to perform staged readings of Malvin Wald's "Hollywood Trilogy" and Allan Byrnes' "The Elevator" at the Friars' Club in Beverly Hills on Tuesday as a benefit for the nonprofit West Coast Jewish Theatre. Monty Hall will also make an appearance. Tickets are $25 for the performance and reception; $50 with dinner. Reservations: (213) 466-1767.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 28, 1999
Comic actor Richard Kline, who starred as Larry in the classic sitcom "Three's Company," headlines "Comedy Nite '99," a fund-raiser for Hillel at Pierce and Valley colleges, 8 p.m. Saturday at Pierce's Main Theater, 6201 Winnetka Ave., Woodland Hills. Also, comedians Peter Fogel, Wendy Kamenoff, Rachel Lovey, Steve Mittleman and Allan Murray, plus a silent auction, will be featured. All proceeds will support programs for Jewish students at Pierce and Valley colleges. (818) 887-5901. $10-$15.
SPORTS
February 7, 1999
Channel League--Senior Trevor Clocherty (140) was among six Ventura wrestlers to win league titles at Ventura. Fourteen wrestlers reached the finals for Ventura, which finished 4-0 in dual meets to win the team title. Clocherty defeated Eric McTague of Dos Pueblos, 15-5, to improve to 39-3. Jesse Ingram (135), Tim Eckberg (145), Joe Fuentes (160), Steve Torres (171) and Jason Rutland 215) also won titles for Ventura.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 1996 | T.H. McCULLOH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Timing is a prime tool in making comedy work. In his memoirs, director Robert Lewis describes the several hours Bert Lahr took to work out a simple run around a table in the musical "Foxy." At one point, Lahr decided that backing into a hot stove during the run would be funny, and that took another hour to establish in the rapid chain of action. The run never varied, and always got its laughs. It all looks so simple to an audience.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 30, 1990 | T.H. McCULLOH
Contemporary critics called Noel Coward's plays "thin" and "brittle." Maybe that's why his work doesn't date. The trick is to keep Coward in his place, and his period. It also helps to know Coward's mechanics. "Present Laughter," in this stunning revival at the Melrose Theater, doesn't hold any mystery for director Richard Kline; there isn't a particle of it he doesn't know and respect.
SPORTS
September 27, 1986
We have just read a news article that alleges seven Dodger employees have embezzled over $320,000. In light of the '86 season, what about the 24 in uniform? RICHARD KLINE DENNIS DUGAN RICK MORSE Bel-Air
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 1991 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Double Impact" (citywide) offers two Jean-Claude Van Dammes for the price of one, and for fans of the Belgian-born martial arts star, it delivers the goods. It's a solid, fast-moving action-adventure set largely in Hong Kong, which is dynamically photographed by Richard Kline. Written by Van Damme with director Sheldon Lettich, the plot is elementary but serviceable.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 22, 1986
A new game show modeled after a charades game that Burt Reynolds plays with pals at his home is on the boards for next fall. "Win, Lose or Draw" will be produced by Reynolds, Bert Convy and Richard S. Kline and syndicated to stations by Walt Disney Studio's Buena Vista Television division. To be taped before a live audience, the show will pit celebrity guests and contestants against each other in teams of three men and three women.
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