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  • Billy Bob’s Soused Santa Tops Humbug List: Peter Rainer

    With the possible exception of Bible-based movies, the Christmas genre is the most likely to suffer from reverence overload.

  • What Republicans Talk About When They Talk About HPV: Amity Shlaes

    Republicans can't stop talking about the vaccine for human papilloma virus. Governor Rick Perry of Texas, a presidential candidate, is under fire for having issued an executive order in 2007 that allowed his health commissioner to mandate inoculation against the virus for girls entering sixth grade.

  • Helen Gurley Brown, ‘Sex and Single Girl’ Author, Dies at 90

    Helen Gurley Brown, who fed the sexual revolution of the 1960s with her best-seller “Sex and the Single Girl” and then turned around the failing Cosmopolitan magazine by injecting her philosophy that women could have it all -- “love, sex and money” -- has died. She was 90.

  • Hedge-Fund Founder, Feds Play ‘Chicken’: Ann Woolner

    In the 1955 movie “Rebel Without a Cause,” a popular high school bully goads a disaffected outsider (James Dean) into a contest of nerves. A variant of “chicken,” it’s a car race to be won by whomever brakes last as the two teenagers speed in the dark toward a cliff, Natalie Wood urging them on.

  • Hedge-Fund Founder, Feds Play ‘Chicken’: Ann Woolner

    In the 1955 movie “Rebel Without a Cause,” a popular high school bully goads a disaffected outsider (James Dean) into a contest of nerves. A variant of “chicken,” it’s a car race to be won by whomever brakes last as the two teenagers speed in the dark toward a cliff, Natalie Wood urging them on.

  • Kazan Inspired Brando, Aided Red Witch Hunt; Novak's Glamour:: Rainer File

    I can’t think of a better holiday gift for cinephiles than “ The Elia Kazan Collection ,” a boxed set of 15 Kazan films from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, four of which have never before appeared on DVD.

  • Dennis Hopper, Hollywood's Easy-Riding Counterculture Hero, Dies at 74

    Dennis Hopper , who drew upon his own rough-edged lifestyle to create menacing villains and devil-may- care outlaws in movies including “Rebel Without a Cause,” “Easy Rider” and “Apocalypse Now,” has died. He was 74.

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