Friday, September 19, 2014 Elul 24, 5774
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Maybe he who lives in Gibson houses shouldn't throw Stones? That may be the lesson to be learned from the recent behavior of "Scene's" favorite revisionist filmmaker, Oliver Stone, whose comments in an interview in the Sunday Times of London shows that anti-Semitism has a platoon all its own in Hollywood. Stone, out promoting -- with frenzies like this, who...
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Was this lawyer from Langhorne the one that got away?
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Did top-notch personal-injury attorney Craig Robinson take it as a personal insult when he was left with the thorns and not the rose on "The Bachelorette"? Absolutely not, he avows. "I didn't take it personally." Personable and appealing, the Philadelphia-based, Langhorne-raised Robinson got his verdict just weeks ago, as ABC's water-cooler cool show now gets set to finalize it all...
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Is Bob Horowitz Doylestown's answer to Mr. Roarke? The plane ... the plane? Better make it the R5. Nobody's doing fantasy better than Bucks County real-world favorite Horowitz. But no one man's a fantasy island, and Horowitz is the Jewish juggernaut at the head of Juma, a company that has made reality worth waiting for. Fulfilling his fantasies these days...
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Rubinek a gifted gatekeeper in 'Warehouse 13'
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It may be the biggest "Warehouse" sale in TV history; buy into one story line, get another as fascinating for free. Two for the prize of one: Well, "Warehouse 13" is sailing for the Syfy network -- its biggest hit in history. And this complex, semi-comedic take on the spy who came in from the cult -- premiering its second...
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What makes Sammy run? It could very well be the Ecstasy he has hidden under his black hat. But this is Sammy glitch -- not Glick -- and this high-flyer is more beholden to Chasids than to Hollywood. Yet for all their differences, Sam Gold outruns Glick in the race of regrets as this Chasidic hot shot lays drugs, and...
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