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Mickey Kuhn, Child Actor in ‘Gone With the Wind,’ Dies at 90

Mickey Kuhn, the busy child actor of the 1930s and ’40s who played Beau Wilkes, the son of Olivia de Havilland and Leslie Howard’s characters, in Gone With the Wind, has died. He was 90. Kuhn died Sunday in a hospice facility in Naples, Florida, his wife, Barbara, told The Hollywood Reporter. He was in […]

John Erman, Emmy-Winning Director and Frequent Ann-Margret Collaborator, Dies at 85

John Erman, the Emmy-winning director who worked on Roots, That Girl, Peyton Place, Star Trek, The Fugitive and M*A*S*H during his 40-plus years in television, died June 25 in New York after a brief illness, a publicist announced. He was 85. A 10-time Emmy nominee, Erman won his statuette for helming the 1983 ABC telefilm […]

James Greene, ‘Parks and Recreation’ Actor and Broadway Veteran, Dies at 91

James Greene, the character actor and Broadway veteran who had a recurring role as the tactless Councilman Milton on 'Parks and Recreation,' has died.

‘Feud,’ Olivia de Havilland and the “Bitch” vs. “Dragon Lady” Debate (Guest Column)

As her attorneys petition the California Supreme Court, the actress' portrayal on the award-winning miniseries is again in the spotlight.

Emmys: Olivia de Havilland on Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and ‘Feud’

The two-time Oscar winner, who is 100 and resides in Paris, is the only living person portrayed as a major character on the FX limited series.

Actors Hall of Fame Induction Headed to Ovation TV

The celebration of 15 actors honored for film, TV and theater work will be televised for the first time.

Oscar’s First Black Winner Accepted Her Honor in a Segregated ‘No Blacks’ Hotel in L.A.

It's been 75 years since Hattie McDaniel won for 'Gone With the Wind,' accepting her award at the Ambassador's Cocoanut Grove nightclub. Four husbands, a friendship with Clark Gable and 74 maid roles later, she died, her body refused by a segregated cemetery, her statuette now missing, but with her descendants devoted to her memory.