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Turner Classic Movies Teams Up With Julien’s Auctions (Exclusive)

The cable network and the L.A.-based auction house known for entertainment memorabilia tee up their partnership with a July 15-17 "Hollywood Legends" sale that includes a Captain America shield and a Breakfast at Tiffany's dress.

‘The Offer’: Mario Puzo Actor Gets Candid on ‘The Godfather’: “I Don’t Think the Book Is Great”

"The film is just genius, and it's just a spectacular example of filmmaking and true storytelling," says Patrick Gallo, who plays the legendary author in the new Paramount+ miniseries.

‘The Offer’: Yes, Mario Puzo and Frank Sinatra Really Did Have an Altercation Inside Swanky L.A. Restaurant

The Paramount+ miniseries about the long and tumultuous journey of making 'The Godfather' premiered its first three episodes Thursday.

Marilyn Bergman, Oscar-Winning Lyricist, Dies at 93

She wrote songs with her husband, Alan Bergman, for more than a half-century and for legends like Astaire, Sinatra and Streisand.

The Season’s Best Coffee Table Books on Fashion, Design and Photography

From a famed house in the Hollywood Hills to Frank Sinatra's most celebrated profile and the seductive work of Helmut Newton, these new fashion, design and photography books are teeming with alluring images.

Frank Sinatra Had an Endearing Reason for Wearing a Tuxedo During Every Live Performance

The legendary singer and Oscar-winning actor was born Dec. 12, 1915.

Arthur Forrest, Director on ‘The Dick Cavett Show’ and ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?,’ Dies at 95

The three-time Emmy winner also spent 40 years calling the shots for the Tournament of Roses Parade telecast and for Jerry Lewis' Labor Day Telethon.

Mort Sahl, Caustic Stand-Up Comic of the 1950s, Dies at 94

The intellectual king of the political potshot, known for his trademark V-neck sweater and rolled-up newspaper, ridiculed presidents and changed comedy forever.

WME Launches Legends Group to Manage Celebrity Estates

Phil Sandhaus will overee marquee estates for Andy Kaufman, Eartha Kitt, Peter Tosh and other late entertainment giants.

Tommy Lasorda, Lovable Leader of the Dodgers, Dies at 93

Tommy Lasorda, the boisterous master motivator who “bled Dodger Blue” during his seven decades with the club as a player, scout, coach, manager and ambassador in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, has died. He was 93.

Simon Wiesenthal Center Finds “New Format in Fundraising” With Signed MLK Photo and Unpublished Frank Sinatra Speech

The cost for letters from Albert Einstein protesting the Nazi regime and other historical ephemera range from one piece for $1,800 or a full set for $10,000.