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By Lou Cedrone | October 18, 1990
* ''Miller's Crossing'' Stylized mob film in which Gabriel Byrn is an Irish hood who falls in love with his boss' girl.* ''Night of the Living Dead'' Color re-make of the 1968 horror film in which zombies devour the local citizens.* ''Quigley Down Under'' Tom Selleck is an American sharpshooter who works for a nasty landowner in Australia. A western with comedy.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | February 13, 2007
Brendan Haywood and Etan Thomas, journeyman post players for the Washington Wizards, don't particularly like each other. In fact, some would argue that dislike has been elevated to the level of seething, unabashed hatred. After The Washington Post reported last week that the duo came to blows in practice for the third time in the past two years, it's obvious that Thomas and Haywood are on the road to becoming the sports equivalent of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston. Two lost souls, inexplicably linked, creating headlines because of their penchant for fisticuffs, not their talent.
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By JoAnne C. Broadwater and JoAnne C. Broadwater,Contributing Writer | November 14, 1993
Best-selling novelist Tom Clancy and actor Tom Selleck came to Harford County on Friday night to support the efforts of a new volunteer group that is trying to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center."
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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,SUN COLUMNIST | March 16, 2006
Let me tell you what can strain a friendship more than anything else these days: rental movie recommendations. Do yourself a favor, OK? If you're ever talking about movies and someone mentions one you haven't seen and says "Oh, it's great, you gotta rent it!" don't do it. Trust me on this. The whole thing could blow up in your face. This was driven home to me again the other day when my buddy Nate and I were hard at work in The Sun's newsroom talking about movies. I mentioned that I had just rented Enemy at the Gates, a great flick starring Jude Law and Ed Harris about a Russian and Nazi sniper going head-to-head during the Battle of Stalingrad.
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May 21, 1998
CBS cancelled some big-name series yesterday as it rolled out its fall schedule for advertisers in New York.David Caruso ("Michael Hayes"), Tom Selleck ("The Closer"), Jane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"), Cybill Shepherd ("Cybill"), Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsch ("George & Leo") all got pink slips, along with Steven Bochco's heavily-promoted "Brooklyn South."Bryant Gumbel's newsmagazine, "Public Eye," also got the ax, but Gumbel will remain a prominent player at the network, according to Les Moonves, president of CBS Entertainment.
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By MIKE BOWLER | September 25, 1993
Two Dot, Montana. --Maybe Montana is too hot to cool down.Movie stars and assorted celebrities are buying ranches, while lesser lights are subdividing farms at a feverish pace. Ted Turner zTC and Jane Fonda have purchased 25,000 acres in western Montana to go with the 100,000 they already own. Not far away -- well, not far by Montana standards -- Glenn Close, Beau and Jeff Bridges, Tom Brokaw and Whoopi Goldberg. In northwest Montana: Dolly Parton, Carol Burnett, Tom Cruise, Tom Selleck . . .Bozeman, a sleepy cow-college town when I was growing up, swarms with tourists.
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By KEVIN COWHERD and KEVIN COWHERD,SUN COLUMNIST | March 16, 2006
Let me tell you what can strain a friendship more than anything else these days: rental movie recommendations. Do yourself a favor, OK? If you're ever talking about movies and someone mentions one you haven't seen and says "Oh, it's great, you gotta rent it!" don't do it. Trust me on this. The whole thing could blow up in your face. This was driven home to me again the other day when my buddy Nate and I were hard at work in The Sun's newsroom talking about movies. I mentioned that I had just rented Enemy at the Gates, a great flick starring Jude Law and Ed Harris about a Russian and Nazi sniper going head-to-head during the Battle of Stalingrad.
SPORTS
By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,Sun reporter | February 13, 2007
Brendan Haywood and Etan Thomas, journeyman post players for the Washington Wizards, don't particularly like each other. In fact, some would argue that dislike has been elevated to the level of seething, unabashed hatred. After The Washington Post reported last week that the duo came to blows in practice for the third time in the past two years, it's obvious that Thomas and Haywood are on the road to becoming the sports equivalent of Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston. Two lost souls, inexplicably linked, creating headlines because of their penchant for fisticuffs, not their talent.
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By ANN HORNDAY and ANN HORNDAY,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1999
Let's try to ignore the 400-pound gorilla for a moment. You know the one I mean. The one breathing down our necks from a galaxy far, far away. The one whose name I've vowed not to write until I absolutely have to (in tomorrow's paper). Forget the beast. Do something to tick off his marketing team and enjoy the real treats of the summer, like "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" or "The Blair Witch Project," an ultra-spooky horror flick that was filmed in Maryland and sent Sundance into a terrified tizzy when it premiered there in January.
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By New York Daily News | October 7, 1992
There were three absolutes in any episode of the television series "Magnum, P.I.," consistently one of the highest-rated shows during its eight-year run on CBS in the '80s: rolling Hawaiian surf; tall palm trees, and a Detroit Tigers "D" baseball cap perched on Tom Selleck's head.Mr. Selleck, a Michigander and a lifelong Tigers fan, wears that cap everywhere. It's his calling card (as if the 6-foot-4, wavy-haired hunk needed one). Last week, he traded the Detroit "D" in for a Chunichi Dragons "D" cap, as he trotted out to the field to play first base for the Japanese baseball team in his latest movie, "Mr. Baseball," which opened over the weekend.
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By ANN HORNDAY and ANN HORNDAY,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1999
Let's try to ignore the 400-pound gorilla for a moment. You know the one I mean. The one breathing down our necks from a galaxy far, far away. The one whose name I've vowed not to write until I absolutely have to (in tomorrow's paper). Forget the beast. Do something to tick off his marketing team and enjoy the real treats of the summer, like "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" or "The Blair Witch Project," an ultra-spooky horror flick that was filmed in Maryland and sent Sundance into a terrified tizzy when it premiered there in January.
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May 21, 1998
CBS cancelled some big-name series yesterday as it rolled out its fall schedule for advertisers in New York.David Caruso ("Michael Hayes"), Tom Selleck ("The Closer"), Jane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman"), Cybill Shepherd ("Cybill"), Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsch ("George & Leo") all got pink slips, along with Steven Bochco's heavily-promoted "Brooklyn South."Bryant Gumbel's newsmagazine, "Public Eye," also got the ax, but Gumbel will remain a prominent player at the network, according to Les Moonves, president of CBS Entertainment.
NEWS
By JoAnne C. Broadwater and JoAnne C. Broadwater,Contributing Writer | November 14, 1993
Best-selling novelist Tom Clancy and actor Tom Selleck came to Harford County on Friday night to support the efforts of a new volunteer group that is trying to raise money for childhood cancer research at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center."
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By MIKE BOWLER | September 25, 1993
Two Dot, Montana. --Maybe Montana is too hot to cool down.Movie stars and assorted celebrities are buying ranches, while lesser lights are subdividing farms at a feverish pace. Ted Turner zTC and Jane Fonda have purchased 25,000 acres in western Montana to go with the 100,000 they already own. Not far away -- well, not far by Montana standards -- Glenn Close, Beau and Jeff Bridges, Tom Brokaw and Whoopi Goldberg. In northwest Montana: Dolly Parton, Carol Burnett, Tom Cruise, Tom Selleck . . .Bozeman, a sleepy cow-college town when I was growing up, swarms with tourists.
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By New York Daily News | October 7, 1992
There were three absolutes in any episode of the television series "Magnum, P.I.," consistently one of the highest-rated shows during its eight-year run on CBS in the '80s: rolling Hawaiian surf; tall palm trees, and a Detroit Tigers "D" baseball cap perched on Tom Selleck's head.Mr. Selleck, a Michigander and a lifelong Tigers fan, wears that cap everywhere. It's his calling card (as if the 6-foot-4, wavy-haired hunk needed one). Last week, he traded the Detroit "D" in for a Chunichi Dragons "D" cap, as he trotted out to the field to play first base for the Japanese baseball team in his latest movie, "Mr. Baseball," which opened over the weekend.
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By Lou Cedrone | October 18, 1990
* ''Miller's Crossing'' Stylized mob film in which Gabriel Byrn is an Irish hood who falls in love with his boss' girl.* ''Night of the Living Dead'' Color re-make of the 1968 horror film in which zombies devour the local citizens.* ''Quigley Down Under'' Tom Selleck is an American sharpshooter who works for a nasty landowner in Australia. A western with comedy.
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July 12, 1993
What: Sports and entertainment celebrities will go to bat for the charity of their choice in the first Upper Deck Celebrity Home Run Challenge for Charity. Players will be competing in uniforms of their favorite major-league team.Who: Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing, Jim Belushi, Tom Selleck, Ahmad Rashad, Bill Murray and Florence Griffith Joyner.When: Today, 1:24 p.m.Rules: The Upper Deck Company will donate $2,000 to each celebrity's favorite charity. Players can earn additional money for their charity by hitting the ball past markers on the field, ranging from $100 to $400.
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