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Tom Petty Doc Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich Recalls an “American Original”

He sold 80 million albums, spun out dozens of hits, influenced generations over his 40-year career and appeared in 'Runnin' Down a Dream,' a 2007 documentary about his life and his band, The…

Linda Gray’s Final Deathbed Conversation With Larry Hagman

His "Dallas" co-star and on-screen wife tells THR she hoped his new car would keep him alive: "You can't die until you drive the Tesla." Also: Barbara Eden remembers her "I Dream of Jeannie" co-star.

‘Dallas’ Creator David Jacobs on the Moment Larry Hagman Became J.R. Ewing

The actor threw in an unscripted laugh, which "added an 'Oh boy, hold on to your hats! This is going to be fun" moment, the series creator tells THR.

‘Two Hours of Laughing’

REMEMBRANCE: Larry Hagman's friend and onscreen wife Linda Gray describes her final poignant visit to say goodbye.

‘Larry Was Savvy About the Business’

REMEMBRANCE: Hagman taught his "I Dream of Jeannie" co-star some fiscal basics.

The Moment That Hagman Became Ewing

REMEMBRANCE: "Dallas" creator David Jacobs sets the record straight about J.R.'s origins.

Pat Kingsley Remembers P.R. Legend Lois Smith

The founder of powerhouse firm PMK recalls the good -- and simpler -- times she and her beloved and iconic business partner, who died Oct. 7 of a brain hemorrhage at 84, shared.

A Pedicure From Meryl Streep: How Lois Smith’s Clients Became Her Friends

Clients (Ethan Hawke, Robert Redford, Martin Scorsese) and colleague (Peggy Siegel, Mara Buxbaum, Leslee Dart) share their best memories.

The Death of a PR Legend

IN MEMORIUM: Pat Kingsley remembers the good times she and her iconic business partner Lois Smith shared as they built PMK.

How Barefoot Teen Steve Jobs Helped Cure 3 Million Blind People

Former director Dr. Larry Brilliant recalls how Steve Jobs grew from a young Himalayan truthseeker to a pragmatic philanthropist who battled blindness. Talk about vision!

Producer Laura Ziskin: A Crusader Remembered

In her own words, Amy Pascal, Sony Pictures Entertainment's co-chairman, describes her closest friend -- who died June 12 after a long battle with cancer -- as a woman who "wasn't much for regrets."