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... and there. I don't know of any plans to have him back, but I would love to have him back, and we like having Ryan O'Neal as well as my father. It'd be great to have everybody back and maybe even meet some extended family as well. We didn't meet my ... Comment?
Fanatics of chick flicks virtually swoon when they hear the words, "Love means you never have to say you're sorry," or someone hums a bar or two of "Where Do I Begin?" Ah, yes, Andy Williams crooning the theme song from the 1970 film, LOVE STORY, which starred Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw and holds the #9 place on the American Film Institute's list ... (more) Comment?
One of the many good scenes from What's Up Doc starring Ryan O'Neal and Barbara Streisand. Comment?
... a few Kubrick shots in a row. Why not? Today we'll check out a still from the making of Barry Lyndon featuring Ryan O'Neal in his Barry Lyndon getup and Kubrick. I'm probably going to get smacked for this, but I'm not sure who the third person on ... Comment?
... talked to us about the stunt she and Needham did for the 1976 movie Nickelodeon , starring Burt Reynolds and Ryan O'Neal . It is one of several collaborations with Needham she covers in Chapter 18 ("A Piece of Cake"). The scene required Needham to ... Comment?
... couple seduced by Hollywood and transformed into self-involved monsters, in full view of their only child. Ryan O'Neal gives a believable performance as Albert Brodsky, a film-scholar-turned-director with a story arc awfully similar to that of ... Comment?
In the 1970s movie Love Story, Ali McGraw looks up at her big-screen husband, Ryan O'Neal, and utters the movie's most famous line - "Love means never having to say you're sorry." That line works pretty well in a Hollywood blockbuster, but in the real world, not so much. Comment?
... Love Story as one of the most romantic films of all time. The 1970's film, famously starring Ali McGraw and Ryan O'Neal, won an Academy Award that year for Best Music and Original Score. The main song in the film, "(Where Do I Begin?) Love Story" ... Comment?
... century England, this is my favorite movie of all time. Not only is the story of the rise and fall of Redmond (Ryan O'Neal) is wonderfully written, acted and decorated with costumes that won it an Oscar, Kubrick used highly developed cameras that ... Comment?
... opportunity. Early on, Felix even becomes so uneasy and put off by this that he breaks the fourth wall a la Ryan O'Neal in "What's Up, Doc?" by imploring help from the audience. Director/Writer Erik Bateman's steady hand keeps the intrinsically ... Comment?
... its "Films of Stanley Kubrick" series by screening his 1975 Oscar-winning picture, "Barry Lyndon." It stars Ryan O'Neal as W.M. Thackeray's 18th-century Irish adventurer. Though it got mixed reviews at the time, it's now become highly regarded, and ... Comment?
... When he acts, it's as smooth and choreographed as when he sings or dances. He might also be his generation's Ryan O'Neal (can style-conscious remakes of "What's Up, Doc?" and "Paper Moon" be far off?), but the good news is, he's nobody's Frankie ... Comment?
... in D.C. What brought this on you may ask? Well, this week we watched the old classic "Love Story" starring Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw. Released in 1970, it has become a film for the ages. This was my first time to see the film, although my ... Comment?
... nation. A $10 donation is requested at BloomBars, 3222 11st St. NW. 7:30pm: Paper Moon (1973), starring Ryan O'Neal as a Great Depression-era con man and real-life daughter Tatum O'Neal in an Oscar-winning role as an orphan who may or may not be his ... Comment?
... heaven, some kind of intelligent energy in the universe, or a hallucination created entirely inside Bones' mind. Ryan O'Neal has a guest-starring role as Bones' father, and he is really terrific. He's pragmatic like Bones, but as emotional about her ... Comment?
Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw starred in the movie Love Story . That one movie has been characterized as one of the most romantic films of all times. Comment?
... by simply responding "You had me at 'hello.'" The classic 1970 romance "Love Story" gave audiences Ali MacGraw, Ryan O'Neal, and one of the best pieces of wisdom about love. "Love means never having to say you're sorry" is used twice in the film, ... Comment?
... in the balance, the situation will touch her partner and boyfriend Booth, as well as her father (guest star Ryan O'Neal). "I think it brings up a lot of emotions for everybody," added Deschanel. "Booth and [Brennan's] father believe that they are ... Comment?
... Holland. The heroic battle is the subject of the 1977 movie, "A Bridge Too Far," starring Sean Connery, Ryan O'Neal, Michael Caine, Laurence Olivier and Robert Redford. It's based on a 1974 book of the same name by Cornelius Ryan. It's also the ... Comment?
... of the silver screen with a new monthly matinee series starting this month. The 1970 tearjerker Love Story with Ryan O'Neal and Ali McGraw kicks off Classics at the Oxford on Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17. Following screenings include the ... Comment?