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May 30, 2003
On May 24, 2003, CHARLES, affectionately known in the community as Charlie the Canman; beloved husband of Muriel Clark (nee Thorne); devoted father of Linda Hamilton; dear father-in-law of Andy Hamilton; cherished grandfather of Stefanie and Steve Hamilton and Donna Harris. Also survived by many relatives and friends. The family will receive friends in the family owned MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 3204 Mountain Road (Pasadena), on Sunday 6 to 8 P.M. Interment private.
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June 24, 2003
On June 23, 2003 DORA G. TAYLOR (nee Perkins); devoted mother of Marie Mayo; loving grandmother of Katherine Bona and Linda Hamilton; dear great-grandmother of Mark and Greg Giordani, Jay and Jenifer Hamilton, and Krystle Bona; great-great grandmother of Katelyn, Kara and Evan Giordani. You will always be in our hearts and truly missed. Family and friends are invited to gather at Charles Zeiler and Sons, Inc., 6224 Eastern Avenue (at Folcroft Street) on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Cemetery.
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NEWS
June 24, 2003
On June 23, 2003 DORA G. TAYLOR (nee Perkins); devoted mother of Marie Mayo; loving grandmother of Katherine Bona and Linda Hamilton; dear great-grandmother of Mark and Greg Giordani, Jay and Jenifer Hamilton, and Krystle Bona; great-great grandmother of Katelyn, Kara and Evan Giordani. You will always be in our hearts and truly missed. Family and friends are invited to gather at Charles Zeiler and Sons, Inc., 6224 Eastern Avenue (at Folcroft Street) on Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday at 11:30 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Cemetery.
NEWS
May 30, 2003
On May 24, 2003, CHARLES, affectionately known in the community as Charlie the Canman; beloved husband of Muriel Clark (nee Thorne); devoted father of Linda Hamilton; dear father-in-law of Andy Hamilton; cherished grandfather of Stefanie and Steve Hamilton and Donna Harris. Also survived by many relatives and friends. The family will receive friends in the family owned MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 3204 Mountain Road (Pasadena), on Sunday 6 to 8 P.M. Interment private.
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella | August 14, 1991
"Now you be sweet to . . . your wife," Thelma tells the cop as she forces him at gunpoint into the trunk of his patrol car. "My husband wasn't sweet to me, and look how I turned out."Look indeed.From "Thelma & Louise" to Linda Hamilton in "Terminator 2," this summer's movies are filled with good women gone bad. Or at least gone totally unladylike -- pumped up on iron or attitude instead of the old sugar and spice.But it's not just happening in the movies. In their daily lives, at work and at home, more women are realizing that they're going to have to take what they want on their own -- without much help from men, says Judith Hayward, a market researcher with Yankelovich Clancy Shulman in Connecticut.
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By Lou Cedrone | July 24, 1991
Linda Hamilton, born in Salisbury, Md., doesn't really know why she became an actress. ''I guess it was because my sister and I were twins,'' she said. ''We had this gimmick, and we were cast in plays done by local childrens' theater groups. I guess that was where it all started.''Her sister, Leslie, is a nurse and mother living in New Jersey, but she does appear with Linda in ''Terminator, 2.''''She's in the scene where you're supposed to be seeing two of me,'' said Linda.Was doing the role in ''Terminator 2'' dangerous?
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | July 3, 1991
He said he'd be back and he meant it.Caparisoned in black leather, encapsulated in shades under a punk brush cut, carrying enough firepower to devastate the entire LAPD, possessed of the same remorseless will, the big guy with the erector-set endoskeleton and computer-chip brain presides over $80 million worth of frenzy in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," which is the biggest, loudest damn movie of the season.If it shoots, burns or can be blown up, it's in this film.Director James Cameron's follow-up to the astonishingly resonant "Terminator" of 1984 cost roughly 13 times as much as the original and it's not quite as good, but it's nevertheless a powerful, thrilling document, combining a driving story and an impassioned concern over nuclear war with a vivid dosage of movie-style mega violence, tough-guy romanticism and special effects that are literally unbelievable.
NEWS
By BEN WATTENBERG | July 9, 1991
Washington. -- Today's lesson in economics, culture, foreign policy -- and the future of personkind! -- comes from Arnold Schwarzenegger and the astonishing science-fiction movie ''Terminator 2.''Consider: Pop culture is America's biggest export earner. Movies are the largest part of pop culture exports. Ahhnold is the world's grandest movie star. Should Arnold be secretary of Commerce?And beyond trade: Culture yields national influence. Influence yields power. A global culture is forming.
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September 26, 2007
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By Lou Cedrone | October 17, 1990
''Mr. Destiny'' is little more than a redo of Frank Capra's ''It's A Wonderful Life.'' If you want to see the story done the right way, see the Capra version. If you want a pale imitation, try this one.The new film does have James Belushi. That's more than a small plus, but the material is so wan, so predictable, there is little the star can do with it.Belushi plays Larry Burrows, a 35-year-old businessman who regrets the day he missed that pitch and lost the high school championship. He is certain that if he had not struck out, his life would have been vastly different.
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By Jean Marbella | August 14, 1991
"Now you be sweet to . . . your wife," Thelma tells the cop as she forces him at gunpoint into the trunk of his patrol car. "My husband wasn't sweet to me, and look how I turned out."Look indeed.From "Thelma & Louise" to Linda Hamilton in "Terminator 2," this summer's movies are filled with good women gone bad. Or at least gone totally unladylike -- pumped up on iron or attitude instead of the old sugar and spice.But it's not just happening in the movies. In their daily lives, at work and at home, more women are realizing that they're going to have to take what they want on their own -- without much help from men, says Judith Hayward, a market researcher with Yankelovich Clancy Shulman in Connecticut.
FEATURES
By Lou Cedrone | July 24, 1991
Linda Hamilton, born in Salisbury, Md., doesn't really know why she became an actress. ''I guess it was because my sister and I were twins,'' she said. ''We had this gimmick, and we were cast in plays done by local childrens' theater groups. I guess that was where it all started.''Her sister, Leslie, is a nurse and mother living in New Jersey, but she does appear with Linda in ''Terminator, 2.''''She's in the scene where you're supposed to be seeing two of me,'' said Linda.Was doing the role in ''Terminator 2'' dangerous?
NEWS
By BEN WATTENBERG | July 9, 1991
Washington. -- Today's lesson in economics, culture, foreign policy -- and the future of personkind! -- comes from Arnold Schwarzenegger and the astonishing science-fiction movie ''Terminator 2.''Consider: Pop culture is America's biggest export earner. Movies are the largest part of pop culture exports. Ahhnold is the world's grandest movie star. Should Arnold be secretary of Commerce?And beyond trade: Culture yields national influence. Influence yields power. A global culture is forming.
FEATURES
By Stephen Hunter and Stephen Hunter,Sun Film Critic | July 3, 1991
He said he'd be back and he meant it.Caparisoned in black leather, encapsulated in shades under a punk brush cut, carrying enough firepower to devastate the entire LAPD, possessed of the same remorseless will, the big guy with the erector-set endoskeleton and computer-chip brain presides over $80 million worth of frenzy in "Terminator 2: Judgment Day," which is the biggest, loudest damn movie of the season.If it shoots, burns or can be blown up, it's in this film.Director James Cameron's follow-up to the astonishingly resonant "Terminator" of 1984 cost roughly 13 times as much as the original and it's not quite as good, but it's nevertheless a powerful, thrilling document, combining a driving story and an impassioned concern over nuclear war with a vivid dosage of movie-style mega violence, tough-guy romanticism and special effects that are literally unbelievable.
NEWS
January 18, 2006
On January 14, 2006, CLARENCE "Huck", dearest husband of Mary Lou Neal, devoted father of Linda L. Hamilton, Nancy J. Sikes and husband Robert and Jacob F. Hunt (Neal), beloved brother of Robert "Cookie", Raymond, Darrell Wayne, and the late Gilbert Neal. Loving grandfather of Christie Kramer, Charles "Huckle" Hamilton, Ronnie Hamilton, Sean Delair, Ray Hamilton, beloved great grandfather of Charles, Raymond, Christopher, Allison, Chloe, Kylee and Sophia. Also survived by other loving relatives and friends.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik | January 14, 2001
How's this for a lineup?: Kate Capshaw, Stockard Channing, Rebecca De Mornay, Mia Farrow, Peta Wilson, S. Epatha Merkerson, Irma P. Hall, Linda Hamilton, Glenne Headly, Allison Janney, Elle Macpherson, Camryn Manheim, Tina Lifford and Lynn Whitfield. That's the cast for the Showtime miniseries, "A Girl Thing," and the impressive thing about it is that most of these actresses deliver strong performances rather than walking through a superficial role and collecting a check, as is often the case in big-cast mini-series.
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