An authoritative and humorous look at Hollywood's ever-changing take on love, romance, and marriage over the decades From steamy silent classics like A Fool There Was to romantic musicals like Grease to epic schmaltz-fests like Titanic, Hollywood historian and bestselling author James Robert Parish provides a very personal (but quite factual) run-down on how the Hollywood dream factory has portrayed love, marriage, and divorce on the big screen.
Is there a vegetable boycott in effect in your family? Tempt them with the delicious recipes for hummus, macaroni and cheese, pizza, and chicken pot pie in More Vegetables, Please! and you'll learn that even finicky eaters are surprisingly easy to reform.
Money from Nothing explores the dynamics surrounding South Africa's national project of financial inclusion—dubbed "banking the unbanked"—which aimed to extend credit to black South Africans as a critical aspect of broad-based economic enfranchisement.
Sometime in the late 1950s, an African-American man known only by the nickname "Fetchit" was forced by Bubba Smith, a white man, to eat a raw hog eyeball at work while Bubba Smith held a razor-sharp knife to his throat.
Actor: (films) A Stranger Among Us, 1992, Mr. Wonderful, 1993, Italian Movie, 1993, True Romance, 1993, Money for Nothing, 1993, Angie, 1994, Terminal Velocity, 1994, Le Nouveau Monde, 1995, Crimson Tide, 1995, Get Shorty, 1995, The Juror, 1995, Night Falls on Manhattan, 1997, She's So Lovely, 1997, Perdita Durango, 1997, Fallen, 1998, The Mighty, 1998, A Civil Action, 1998, Wild Flowers, 1999, 8MM, 1999, A Whole New Day, 1999, The Mexican, 2001, The Man Who Wasn't There, 2001, The Last Castle, 2001, Surviving Christmas, 2004, Stories of Lost Souls, 2005, Romance & Cigarettes, 2005, Lonely Hearts, 2006, All the King's Men, 2006, Club Soda, 2006, In the Loop, 2009, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, 2009, (voice only) Where the Wild Things Are, 2009, Welcome to the Rileys, 2010, Mint Julep, 2010. (television films) 12 Angry Men, 1997.
(television series) Gun, 1997, The Sopranos, 1999—2007 (Emmy award best actor drama, 2000, 2001, 2003, Golden Globe best actor drama, 2000, Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild, 2000, 2003, 2008, television Critics Associate award, 1999, 2000, 2001, Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild, 2008). (plays) A Streetcar Named Desire, 1992, On the Waterfront, 1995. (Broadway plays) God of Carnage, 2009.
Appeared in, executive producer (documentaries) Alive Day Memories: Home From Iraq, 2007, Wartorn: 1861-2010, 2010, led Mardi Gras parade, New Orleans, 2007.