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June 11, 2006 | Susan King
YOU could say it is the best and worst of times for actor William Sanderson. Best because the third season of HBO's award-winning revisionist western series, "Deadwood," begins tonight at 9. And Sanderson, 58, is one of the best reasons to watch the violent, foul-mouthed sagebrush saga from creator David Milch ("NYPD Blue"). The Memphis-born Sanderson is a scene stealer as the oily -- and often creepy -- E.B.
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June 11, 2006 | Susan King
YOU could say it is the best and worst of times for actor William Sanderson. Best because the third season of HBO's award-winning revisionist western series, "Deadwood," begins tonight at 9. And Sanderson, 58, is one of the best reasons to watch the violent, foul-mouthed sagebrush saga from creator David Milch ("NYPD Blue"). The Memphis-born Sanderson is a scene stealer as the oily -- and often creepy -- E.B.
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July 9, 1995 | Kenneth Turan
The combination of director Joel Schumacher's eye for mass public appeal and novelist John Grisham's best-selling sensibility produced this 1994 film that is probably truer to the spirit of the novel than the adaptations of other Grisham books. Not particularly nuanced or fine-tuned, "The Client," like its source material, is both gimmicky and involving, a fast-moving comic-book version of a comic-book novel.
BUSINESS
January 4, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Papa John's International Inc. must stop using its "Better Ingredients, Better Pizza" slogan in three weeks and pay rival Pizza Hut almost $468,000 in damages, a federal judge ruled. U.S. Magistrate William Sanderson in Dallas ordered Papa John's to stop using the slogan in print and broadcast advertisements by Jan. 24, to phase out all other printed items using the claim by March 3 and to remove it from restaurant signs by April 3. Papa John's, based in Louisville, Ky.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 30, 1987 | DON SHIRLEY
"The Man Who Broke 1,000 Chains" (on Home Box Office Saturday at 8 p.m., and on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 12, 16 and 20) purports to tell the true story of Robert Elliot Burns, whose ordeal inspired the movie "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang." Why, then, does the 1932 classic seem so much more authentic, as well as more compelling? Perhaps Burns' story was simply too incredible.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 6, 1991 | Pat H. Broeske \f7
At 7-foot-2, Richard Kiel stands out as one of Hollywood's most identifiable character actors. But the man who hit it big playing Jaws, James Bond's steel-toothed nemesis in two 007 flicks, hasn't been seen much in recent years. Look for a comeback this year with the release of "The Giant of Thunder Mountain," which he co-wrote and executive produced.
NEWS
July 26, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Atty. Gen. John Van de Kamp and aides admitted Wednesday that a statement he made earlier this month about "crime 'families" moving into Palm Springs was based on old information and was somewhat misleading. In a speech to a group of prosecutors on July 9, Van de Kamp said: "Crime families from New York and Chicago have bought into Palm Springs restaurants. And all the New York families--especially the Genovese group--are increasingly involved in narcotics trafficking there."
BUSINESS
November 30, 1999 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Papa John's International Inc. and Tricon Global Restaurants Inc.'s Pizza Hut unit have agreed to let a federal judge resolve a bitter advertising dispute. The agreement between the feuding chains comes less than two weeks after a Dallas jury ruled that both companies made deceptive claims about each other's products. U.S. Magistrate Judge William Sanderson, who oversaw the recent trial, said he would rule on damages before Christmas. After a jury trial that ended Nov.
BUSINESS
June 22, 1991 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Shell Oil Co. said Friday that it is trying to sell its 690-employee Wilmington refinery and will shut down all of the facility except for a marine terminal if it cannot find a buyer. Shell spokesman Gene Munger confirmed that several "potential buyers" are in the wings for the 68-year-old refinery, but he declined to say who they were. "Hopefully, we can expect a letter of commitment in the next several weeks," Munger said.
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