The Emmy-award winning actor died after suffering a heart attack in Rome
On the day of her TCM tribute, we recall Hollywood’s gleaming, improbable star and her Technicolor water ballets
By far her most memorable role was as Edith Bunker, who helped introduce change to the American living room by inviting America into her own
The academic turned quiz-show boxing expert made a case for Americans to understand their own minds, one advice show and sitcom at a time.
The special-effects pioneer influenced generations of filmmakers
The genius who brought an army of skeletons to life in ‘Jason and the Argonauts’ influenced filmmakers like James Cameron and Peter Jackson
The country-music legend had more than 160 hits in a career that spanned five decades
The late comedian had a gift for slipping into different characters
Winters was a certified shape-shifter; he helped establish the idea, now common to comedy fans, that being a humorist was not just about telling jokes but inhabiting characters.
Oscar-nominated director James Ivory share his memories of a friend and longtime collaborator
The studio engineer behind albums like ‘Physical Graffiti’ and’ Exile On Main Street’ died on Sunday
Remembering the eloquent observer of movies and of his own tragic illness
Former Chicago “Sun-Times” editor Steven S. Duke reflects on the good-humored, lightning-sharp Roger Ebert, always quick with a joke and quicker with his writing