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Peter Ustinov: a man of many voices

By Ray Bennett LONDON – Playwright, filmmaker, actor and raconteur Peter Ustinov, who was born 100 years ago today and died on March 28, 2004, was convincing in movies playing many different nationalities. One reason for that was because he … Continue reading

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Stanley Kubrick: on living the good life

By Ray Bennett Most celebrities say they want to be judged only by their work and they are happy to repeat that at length whenever “Entertainment Tonight,” Vanity Fair and Hello! magazine call. Stanley Kubrick apparently meant it and preferred … Continue reading

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