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    One Macy’s Parade Memory

    I recently stumbled across my earliest photograph: a black & white snapshot I took with my Brownie box camera at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 1960.

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    Thanksgiving Pin Ups? You Bet…

    I am grateful for many things, large and small—including the fact that Hollywood studio publicists in the olden days knew how to exploit every single holiday, including Thanksgiving, with cheesecake photos

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    Leonard Answers More of Your Questions

    Terry Gilliam, Freakazoid!, Bullwinkle...

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    Remembering Marc Breaux

    If film buffs know the name Marc Breaux, it’s likely because he and his partner Dee Dee Wood choreographed the ageless "Mary Poppins"; they were married at the time

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    Remembering Diane Disney Miller

    Every time I chatted with Diane Disney Miller I had to pinch myself, realizing that I was talking to Walt Disney’s daughter. Now I have to come to terms with a different reality following her sudden and untimely death.

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    A Star Studded Week

    I happened to have my camera in hand when cartoon voice queen June Foray met Angela Lansbury for the first time.

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    Catching Up With Two Disney Legends

    Yours truly plays m.c. for songwriter Richard Sherman and actor Jason Schwartzman, who plays him in Disney’s "Saving Mr. Banks." (Photo Courtesy of AFI) With the impending release of "Saving Mr. Banks" and the recent stage production of "The Jungle Book," Sherman has been busier than the Energizer...

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    Let’s Hear It For Showmanship

    I’m happy to report that showmanship is not completely dead. Individual theater owners keep it alive in their communities and earn the gratitude of their customers. A friend recently sent me two trailers...

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    Rating Movies—And Billy Wilder

    I’m back on-camera to answer more of your questions about a variety of topics, from how we calculate the ratings in my Movie Guide to which Billy Wilder film is...

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