In the old days, whenever you saw a star dressed up as an "Indian" and saying "How," you wanted to say "Why?" Here are some of the wildest/weirdest of all time.
Photog extraordinaire Leo Fuchs caputured celebs' intimate moments starting in the 1950s. His black and white portraits have gone on sale today at VandM.com. But before you buy, let me sell you on their beauty.
When we last heard from Tavern on the Green, the old dear was spending its afterlife as a food-truck parking lot and visitors center. A lackluster fate, to say the least. If this were a movie, the restaurant would be poised for salvation at the hands of some kind of white knight, or at least ... More >>
It's hot as hell, so here's a guide to surviving the dog days this weekend (it's supposed to cool off Sunday, but we planned just in case...) without breaking the bank.
You'll have to do your own private research to get total nudes. But in the meantime, historian and "La Daily Musto" reader Gregory Moore has found some wondrous shots of old-time movie idols in their bathing suits and ready to take a dive, or simply shirtless because they felt like rotating ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 10, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 6 films in focus By Andrew Sarris The subject of violence has been so persistently debated and so pretentiously demonstrated in recent movies that reviewers are beginning to sound more like revivalists ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. August 19, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 33 A vision of American multiplicity By Stuart Byron One feels that de Tocqueville, or Frederick Jackson Turner, or Vernon Parrington would understand "BILLY JACK" far better than have the New York critic ... More >>
Guy MadisonGregory Moore--who brought you those wonderful Cary Grant/Randolph Scott montages--wants us to pose that question, and he's generously provided hot shots of the nominees to help you vote. So stop picking your nose and instead pick your favorite old-school hottie. Oh, and please d ... More >>
The great Hollywood actress just died at age 84, leaving behind a legacy of fine work and spunky living. 1963's Hud should be put in a time capsule for her performance alone.
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. March 27, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 24 'Let's Get a Rip Torn Type' by Michael Zwerin If you want to laugh at an actor named Rip Torn, that's your problem. Born Elmore Torn 37 years ago in Temple, Texas, he was nicknamed Rip around the house ... More >>
Statues of no limitations—the Academy Awards bring the crazy
My choices in ranked order: (1) James Stewart (2) Robert DeNiro (3) Spencer Tracy (4) Jack Nicholson (5) Jack Lemmon
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I've narrowed down the runners-up to this batch of 10 bodacious hunkazoids, and it wasn't easy: Montgomery Clift Guy Madison Gary Cooper
Go behind bars at Film Forum
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