'Mad Men' gets a groovy ad campaign for Season 7 Brooke Burke-Charvet: “Dancing” fired me over the phone, while I was in the car with my kids “Chuck’s” Captain Awesome is returning to NBC for “Salvation”
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'At Telluride I thought we were halfway done!'
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Hollywood's plastic surgery obsession means more work for her
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Premiere Date and Time: Jan. 21, 9:45 PM Director: Gareth Evans Cast: Iko ...
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'Homeland' boss: 'It was time' "The Sing-Off" is going on tour Regis Philbin is now on Twitter
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Big stars and impressive directors for premiere slate
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A complete look at the U.S., World and Next competition slate
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Sep 13, 2009
Per its title, Jack Smight's Frankenstein - The True Story, strives for greater faithfulness to Mary Shelley's novel than prior versions. Thus, as in the book, Dr. Frankenstein's (Leonard Whiting) creation is no monster, but a handsome young man of high intelligence (Michael Sarrazin). In fact, the doctor and his creature are the best of friends until the latter's body begins to deteriorate. This sends the creature over the bend into insanity, prompting Frankenstein -- with the help of his evil mentor, Dr. Polidori (James Mason), a character not in the Shelley novel -- to try, try again to create a viable synthetic human. The film ends more or less as the novel does, with the outcast Frankenstein and his creature expiring in the frozen wastes of Antarctica. Adapted for television by Christopher Isherwood, Frankenstein: The True Story was originally telecast in two parts on November 30 and December 1, 1973. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Apr 5, 2009
Showtime's "The Tudors" begins its third season.
Type: Event | Date: Sunday, Feb 22, 2009
Presented by Leeza Gibbons, Olivia Newton-John and David Foster