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Topic - David Niven
Although he had medical problems throughout his life, President John F. Kennedy was an avid sportsman who always projected an image of vigor.
We pay tribute to Roger Moore, the debonair James Bond, with a look at his most memorable films.
"Operation Fortitude" is nonfiction, the story of how British intelligence gulled the German high command into believing little ruses with what they called "chickenfood" and a turkey of a lie that crucially helped win the war.
Every year, cinephiles of all stripes gather in person and online to partake in a sacred movie lover's tradition: complaining about the Oscars, as the ceremony plods toward its inevitably tardy conclusion with an anticlimactic best picture award conferred on a gaggle of anonymous and untelegenic producers.
A look at the Tony Award-winning actor's most notable film roles
It is hard to think of a Mexican Everyman without turning to Cantinflas, the tattered, droopy-pants character created by comic Mario Moreno in the "tent theaters" of Mexico's slums in the 1930s.
A look at some notable moments from previous Oscar ceremonies.
"Probably the only laugh that man will ever get in his life is by stripping off and showing his shortcomings," Mr. Niven quipped.