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October 31, 2002 | Anne Valdespino, Times Staff Writer
It didn't work for "Rocky & Bullwinkle," "Leave It to Beaver," "McHale's Navy" and "The Mod Squad." But it did for "The Fugitive," "Mission: Impossible," "Maverick" and the granddaddy of TV franchise flicks, "Star Trek." The most recent wave of movies built on the creative backs of old TV shows hits Friday with "I Spy."
April 1, 2007 | Dan Neil, Times Staff Writer
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August 26, 2003 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
Britney and Christina and all the other pop tarts be damned, the bare midriff is on its way out. That is, if Cheyann Benedict and Claire Stansfield have their way. Their whisper-light, buttery-soft C&C California tees are the hottest thing to hit the West Coast since the Juicy Couture track suit. The combed cotton shirts, which are designed to be layered, are long enough to disguise a midnight run to Krispy Kreme.
March 4, 2004 | Robert Abele, Special to The Times
OUTSIDE L.A.'s Superior Court Building in downtown, Ben Stiller's hot-rod moment is approaching. The June skies have stopped drizzling on the cast and crew of "Starsky and Hutch," and Stiller is ready to really live part of Starsky: gun the engine of the cop show's infamous red-and-white Gran Torino, and peel away with a macho flourish. As the crew sets up the shot, Stiller -- perfectly '70s with his permed hair and regulation tough-guy, Army-green jacket -- can't hide his excitement.
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