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Thursday, October 28, 2010


Friendship Needed

Martin Luther King, Jr.: In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.

"Book 'em, Danno" final fade: James McArthur RIP

Actor James McArthur, who created the character of Danno on "Hawaii 5-0" is dead at the age of 73. Star of Disney films including "Swiss Family Robinson"and "Kidnapped" and his film and television career far exceeds the iconic Danno.

IMDB reports "In a career spanning more
than four decades, James MacArthur has
developed a body of work which is wonderfully
dynamic in both scope and range. Portraying
everything from crazed killer to stalwart
defender of law and order, frustrated teenager
to cynical senior supervisor, he has appeared
in numerous films, television programs,
and stage productions since his career officially
began back in 1955. Although he had been
performing in parts during summer
stock productions since 1949, making
his stage debut in "The Corn Is Green,"
his real acting career did not begin until
he starred as the complex and
misunderstood teenager in
John Frankenheimer's Deal a Blow."


Focus on Young Performers


SCREEN ACTOR MAGAZINE

Screen Actor Summer CoverScreen Actor is a quarterly magazine and a benefit of SAG membership. It circulates to more than 125,000 readers throughout the United States and abroad.
About the Cover: The kids of summer, clockwise, Selena Gomez and Joey King in Ramona & Beezus (photo by Alan Markfield, 20th Century Fox); Finley Jacobson, Mandy Haines, Judy Greer, “Marmaduke” and Caroline Sunshine inMarmaduke (photo by Joe Lederer, 20th Century Fox);Despicable Me’s Miranda Cosgrove (photo by Colette de Barros, Nickelodeon); Jaden Smith in The Karate Kid(photo by Jasin Boland, Columbia Pictures); Charlie Tahan and Zac Efron in Charlie St. Cloud (photo by Diyah Pera, Universal Pictures); and Madeline Carroll and Callan McAuliffe in Flipped (photo by Ben Glass, Warner Bros. Pictures). Cover design by Yvette Youssefia.
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