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August 8, 1995 | DANIEL HOWARD CERONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you watch "American Gothic" this fall, you may wonder who's behind the CBS series. Whose twisted mind created those terrifying images: a demented girl chanting "Someone's at the door," cryptic messages bubbling forth in blood, a dead girl in a morgue shedding a single tear of blood? And who dreamed up that maniacal Southern sheriff, who, in one moment snaps the neck of an innocent victim, then in the next, whistles the friendly tune to "The Andy Griffith Show"?
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July 21, 2009 | Scott Collins
Nepotism is not unknown in the TV business, but with his latest project, Shaun Cassidy has taken family ties to a new extreme. Cassidy is the 1970s teen idol who has spent the last 15 years as a television writer-producer of cult dramas with a sci-fi bent ("American Gothic," "Invasion").
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September 4, 2005 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
THE best fiction mirrors reality, but sometimes reality can shatter the glass. The pilot of ABC's highly anticipated new drama "Invasion" chronicles the chaos of a hurricane as it hits a small town in southern Florida.
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September 4, 2005 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
THE best fiction mirrors reality, but sometimes reality can shatter the glass. The pilot of ABC's highly anticipated new drama "Invasion" chronicles the chaos of a hurricane as it hits a small town in southern Florida.
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December 20, 1987 | Connie Benesch
Shaun Cassidy, now 29, continues to leave his teenybop idol image behind--he's turning producer, with a deal to star in and produce TV movies for Warner Bros. The ex-heartthrob singer is keeping busy as an actor: After five years of stage work and a recent three-month stint on "General Hospital," he'll appear in "Once Upon a Texas Train," a CBS movie set to air Jan. 3, playing Cotton, an outlaw who kidnaps another outlaw, played by Willie Nelson.
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July 21, 2009 | Scott Collins
Nepotism is not unknown in the TV business, but with his latest project, Shaun Cassidy has taken family ties to a new extreme. Cassidy is the 1970s teen idol who has spent the last 15 years as a television writer-producer of cult dramas with a sci-fi bent ("American Gothic," "Invasion").
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January 19, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Jagger and Hall: Jerry Hall said Thursday that she and Rolling Stone Mick Jagger will get married at last, after two children and 12 years together. She didn't say when--but neither did Jagger when he announced, in 1983, that they would be tying the knot "any day now." Hall said, "For the first time, we both think marriage is a good thing," Hall told the news to reporters in London, where she will be starring in "Bus Stop," with singer Shaun Cassidy.
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May 27, 1989
Does no one in this town repay loyalty anymore? We are responding to the May 10 Morning Report that Universal has decided to replace Janet Waldo with the young singer Tiffany as the voice of Judy Jetson in a new Jetsons movie. Waldo has been the voice of Judy Jetson from the beginning of the TV series. Just three days before this announcement we had the pleasure of meeting Waldo at a charity function, and her enthusiasm for the movie was catching. She signed autographs for children and enthralled them with the authentic voice of Judy Jetson.
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October 13, 2002 | Dana Calvo
BO DIDDLEY, Bluesman "I like cowboy movies and comedies and mysteries. I watch Andy Griffith's 'Matlock.' I watch news all the time. I just wrote a new song, 'Push Bush.' It says: Saddam Hussein, Saddam Hussein Pick up your phone Maybe if you answer, we'll leave you alone But if you don't answer when it ring you'll make us do our thing." * SHAUN CASSIDY Singer, former "Hardy Boys" star, current executive producer of CBS' "The Agency" "My favorite show is 'The Simpsons.'
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August 8, 1995 | DANIEL HOWARD CERONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you watch "American Gothic" this fall, you may wonder who's behind the CBS series. Whose twisted mind created those terrifying images: a demented girl chanting "Someone's at the door," cryptic messages bubbling forth in blood, a dead girl in a morgue shedding a single tear of blood? And who dreamed up that maniacal Southern sheriff, who, in one moment snaps the neck of an innocent victim, then in the next, whistles the friendly tune to "The Andy Griffith Show"?
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December 20, 1987 | Connie Benesch
Shaun Cassidy, now 29, continues to leave his teenybop idol image behind--he's turning producer, with a deal to star in and produce TV movies for Warner Bros. The ex-heartthrob singer is keeping busy as an actor: After five years of stage work and a recent three-month stint on "General Hospital," he'll appear in "Once Upon a Texas Train," a CBS movie set to air Jan. 3, playing Cotton, an outlaw who kidnaps another outlaw, played by Willie Nelson.
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October 19, 1986 | John M. Wilson
"Entertainment Tonight" makes a big deal of trumpeting the ages of the famous on its regular celebrity birthday calendar (some recent revelations: Mark Hamill 33, Brigitte Bardot 52, Shaun Cassidy 28, Gregg Morris 52, William Paley 85). But, whaddya know--the ages of the "ET" stars never seem to turn up on the list. So we asked. "I don't know if I can get the ages of all of them," said publicist Susan Roth. How come? "They're stars, too.
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February 3, 1996 | SHAUNA SNOW, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Hoping to capitalize on the record ratings achieved last Sunday by NBC's Super Bowl broadcast, PolyGram Home Video has scheduled a Feb. 20 release for "Dallas Cowboys: Super Bowl XXX Champions," detailing the team's championship season, from training camp to the big game. The suggested retail price is $19.95. . . . Natalie Merchant is long gone, but her old band 10,000 Maniacs has signed a new recording contract with Geffen Records.
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