Through these 75 gorgeous and artistic color covers of Theater magazine, take a peek back in time to the stage scene from the first decades of the twentieth century.
Look! Up in the sky! It’s The Last Starfighter’s Lance Guest! Picture yourself playing your favorite video game then suddenly watching it come to life
So this is Hollywood! (1922) It they hadn’t improved on the 1890 model bathing suit, Mack Sennet wouldn’t be where he is today. But if
Back in the ’80s, Incredible Hulk & Courtship of Eddie’s Father actor Bill Bixby was the spokesperson for Dietac diet pills. Here’s a look.
The Jeffersons is another hit from Norman Lear, and it has made stars out of its leading players — including Sherman Hemsley, who plays George Jefferson.
I married a Hollywood movie star. Everyone called it an ideal match. Yet, I ended up learning the true and — perhaps shocking — reason why celebrities get divorced.
Original Editor’s note from 1968: This article by the noted author James Baldwin… is an attempt to explain to whites the militant Negro’s reaction to ‘black power,’ as well as the Negro revolution now in progress. It is bitter, but not devoid of hope.
Movie review: Carousel “Carousel” is CinemaScope’s “answer” to Todd-AO and its “Oklahoma!” — and, on the strength of the rough cut we caught, a pretty
Talking with Alan Thicke by Frank Sanello “Growing Pains” has an unusual premise for a situation comedy. The hit ABC show, which is its fifth
Charlie Sheen has written and directed over 200 Super-8 films in his 22 years, with pals like Sean and Chris Penn, Rob and Chad Lowe, and older brother Emilio Estevez in the lead roles.
When it comes to marrying a Hollywood actor, the former Mrs Charlie Chaplin says don’t wed a genius because it won’t last. Celebrity couples are doomed to divorce.
From all these beautiful Bigelow carpet styles, celebrities Lucy & Desi Arnaz chose their dream carpet to decorate their home.
Cary Grant cannot stand being shut in. So he recently bought a two-storied, twelve-roomed stucco house on the exclusive beach at Santa Monica.
Dorothy Lamour, American Madison Square Garden was packed to the guards. It was the final night of the thirty-day stretch of bond-selling for Stars Over America.
How to make yourself important … and strangely enough, love has a lot to do with it, in a way you’d least suspect By Ronald
A paid testimonial from Bert Lahr for Skippy Peanut Butter How did we get Bert Lahr to appear in an ad for Skippy Peanut Butter?
Bald, Tootsie Pop-snacking Kojak was the king of the police procedural on TV, from 1973 through 1978.
George Takei talks about the Star Trek Phenomenon and the power of the classic TV series (1976) By John Stanley – The San Francisco Examiner
Meathead & Gloria depart the Bunker nest in a cloudburst of real tears In an emotional scene before their final taping as the All in
You watch Michael J Fox as “Alex” on the hilarious show Family Ties, and now BOP is giving you the opportunity to talk to Michael personally by winning a phone call from him!
So you’re a Johnson: About this surname It’s a mighty clan, outnumbered only by the Smiths. Meet some members worth claiming as kinfolk and a
“For some reason, I like Post cereals twice as much as everybody else does.” Doctor Dolittle and his friends agree! “Start your day a little
Charlie Chaplin says he never wanted to be a famous funny man by Elizabeth Peltret Los Angeles, Feb 9 – Sitting in a large arm
“My Fair Lady’s” dream comes true Wouldn’t it be lovely if ‘Enry ‘Iggins and Eliza Doolittle were as warm and ‘owling a hit on the
Batman: What’s Adam West doing now? (1977) What advice, you may wonder, would Adam (Batman) West give to Lynda (Wonder Woman) Carter? “That depends upon
Faces to watch Robert Downey, Jr “Everything changes my ideas about acting,” admits 22-year-old Robert Downey, Jr. “I feel like I’m raking up a lawn
When the first AC Nielsen ratings for the fall 1964 TV season came out, a wave of shock and panic rippled through an industry suddenly turned upside down.
“Yo, Good Morning America. I’ll be there.” Sylvester Stallone speaks. About his body, his battles, his box office hits and his new movie. Plus, Ron
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