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June 1, 2003
Re: "The Plan Was Faultless..." (May 25): I saw "The Producers" last week at the Pantages and it is wonderful theater. Nonetheless, Mel Brooks' commentary is an unabashed promotion of his production and has no journalistic significance. I hope you charged him for the advertisement at more than the usual rates, since this masqueraded as a real article on the front page of Sunday's Calendar section. William V. R. Shellow Los Angeles
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September 23, 2009
'Being Jewish in France': Sunday's Calendar listings indicated that the film "Being Jewish in France" was being shown in Los Angeles. It had a short run at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art but is not currently showing in any area theaters.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 2004
Group name -- An article in last Sunday's Calendar on cultural insularity noted a postponed performance by the Belgian group uBONG. The group is called uBUNG.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 1, 2003
Re: "The Plan Was Faultless..." (May 25): I saw "The Producers" last week at the Pantages and it is wonderful theater. Nonetheless, Mel Brooks' commentary is an unabashed promotion of his production and has no journalistic significance. I hope you charged him for the advertisement at more than the usual rates, since this masqueraded as a real article on the front page of Sunday's Calendar section. William V. R. Shellow Los Angeles
ENTERTAINMENT
February 19, 1995
Tom McManus' letter in last Sunday's Calendar contains one of those gems, intentional or otherwise, that people such as myself live for: the castrato Alessandro Moreschi "was born . . . just in time for the cutoff date of 1870. . . ." MICHAEL O'DANIEL Los Angeles
ENTERTAINMENT
October 20, 2002
Congratulations on the new look and content of the Calendar section. Sunday's Calendar section was incredible, and I am delighted that you followed up with the same insight in Monday's paper as well. This is the capital of the entertainment industry, and I always thought The Times was a little light on coverage of Hollywood and the business of entertainment. That is no longer the case. Graham Harlow Los Angeles With the old Sunday Calendar, the format made it easy to read at a cafe, take along for an afternoon movie, or browse to find a quick review of a play.
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