Mar 28, 2013
Peter Bogdanovich and Alfred Hitchcock: The American Connection
Before there was Francois Truffaut, with his gargantuan series of interviews with Alfred Hitchcock that became a book, there was Peter Bogdanovich, who, in his early twenties - fifty years ago - was, in effect, New York's premiere activist on behalf of the classic American cinema and its luminaries .
The Wrong Man
WHO: Alfred Hitchcock directed this, and also appeared on screen to introduce it in lieu of his usual cameo appearance.
Franklin portrayed mom in a One Day at a Timea
Bonnie Franklin, whose portrayal of a pert but determined Ann Romano on the television show “One Day at a Time" in the 1970s and '80s spun laughter out of the tribulations of a divorced woman juggling parenting, career, love life and feminist convictions, died Friday at her home in Los Angeles.
Bonnie Franklin Loses Cancer Battle At 69
Veteran actress Bonnie Franklin has lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. The 69-year-old One Day at a Time star died in Los Angeles on Friday.
Monsters and Critics
Anakin and Ahsoka investigate bombing at the Jedi Temple in Star Wars: The Clone Wars
In the first of this four-part episode arc, Anakin and Ahsoka are called back from the frontlines to investigate a deadly explosion at the Jedi Temple.