Bud Yorkin
American director
Bud Yorkin
Bud Yorkin is an American film and television producer, director, writer and actor.
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Not Quite the Big One: 'Sanford and Son' 38 Years Later
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Thirty-eight years ago this week, Sanford and Son ended its historic television run after 136 groundbreaking episodes. The show was anchored by the incomparable Redd Foxx and then-rising-star Demond Wilson. While Sanford and Son does not hold the distinction of being the first primetime African-American television show, it's arrival signaled a turn toward a new wave of a self-authenticated black American experience presented to television audiences. Sanford and Son introduced a level of self-assuredness in tone and subject that is all over the current flood of ethnically led and focused programming. Well before Fresh Off the Boat Tuesdays, Empire/Black-ish Wednesdays or Shondaland Thursdays, Fred G. S-A-N-F-O-R-D, period and Lamont showed us their finest antiques and trinkets on Fridays. Reaching the place where culturally aware shows were accepted and embraced right alongside their mainstream counterparts was a slow and at times a painful process. June 28, 1951: The Columba Bro ...
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Ridley Scott Directing Blade Runner Follow-Up - Movie-Moron
Google News - over 5 years
... to revisit the Syd Mead-styled world of Deckard, Batty, Tyrell, et al, with producers Alcon Entertainment having put out the following statement when it signed the Blade Runner rights from original producer Bud Yorkin back in March of this year
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Debbie Reynolds on TCM: THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN, THE SINGING NUN - Alt Film Guide (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Bud Yorkin's Divorce American Style (1967) earned a Best Original Screenplay Oscar nomination for Robert Kaufman (story) and Norman Lear (screenplay). In addition to Reynolds, the cast includes Dick Van Dyke, Jean Simmons, Jason Robards, and former MGM
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Рідлі Скотт зніме продовження Того, що біжить по лезу - Корреспондент.net
Google News - over 5 years
Про те, що у Того, що біжить по лезу можуть з'явитися пріквел і сіквел, стало відомо у березні, коли кінокомпанія Alcon купила у виконавчого продюсера оригінальної версії Бада Йоркіна (Bud Yorkin) всі права на фільм, крім права на рімейк
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Ridley Scott to direct new 'Blade Runner' movie - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
Alcon, the financing and production company behind movies like "The Blind Side" and "The Book of Eli," recently partnered with producer Bud Yorkin to produce new "Blade Runner" films as well as TV and interactive productions based on the property. ... -
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Aaron Ruben, TV Producer, Dies at 95
NYTimes - about 7 years
Aaron Ruben, who was a producer, writer and director for some of the most popular television comedies of the 1960s and '70s, notably ''The Andy Griffith Show,'' ''Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.'' and ''Sanford and Son,'' died Saturday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 95. The cause was complications of pneumonia, his son Tom said. Mr. Ruben, who
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A Cult Classic Restored, Again
NYTimes - over 9 years
IT'S been 25 years since the release of ''Blade Runner,''Ridley Scott's science fiction cult film turned classic, but only now has his original vision reached the screen. ''Blade Runner: The Final Cut'' -- as the definitive director's cut is titled -- was scheduled to play at the New York Film Festival Saturday night, opens at the Ziegfeld in New
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Hollywood Agencies To Leave Talent Row
NYTimes - over 10 years
On plenty of days Bryan Lourd or Ed Limato, agent-princes of Hollywood's reigning talent empires, can still be seen striding down Wilshire Boulevard on the way to lunch with movie stars or studio moguls. But that may all be coming to an end as two of Hollywood's biggest talent agencies, Creative Artists Agency, where Mr. Lourd helps rule the roost,
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Botox Lawsuit Is Raising Eyebrows
NYTimes - over 12 years
HE is a Beverly Hills doctor known for pioneering work in cosmetic dermatology and for a star-studded patient list, where ''Michael'' is for Jackson and ''Elizabeth'' is for Taylor. She is an A-list Hollywood wife, active in the right philanthropies and Democratic Party politics, and married to a famous movie producer. But after a doctor-patient
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NEW DVD'S; Blood Flows But Barely A Peep From the Boss
NYTimes - almost 13 years
To bring Uma Thurman up to killing speed for her exploits in his blood-soaked ''Kill Bill: Vol. 1,'' Quentin Tarantino had her watch films like John Woo's ''Killer''; Jack Hill's ''Coffy,'' with Pam Grier as a vengeance-driven destroyer of drug dealers; and Toshiya Fujita's female samurai revenge tale ''Lady Snowblood.'' He also stirred in Bruce
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FILM/DVD'S; Greatest DVD's Never Made: A Most Wanted List
NYTimes - about 13 years
THE DVD player is the fastest-growing consumer-electronics product in history, and the pace is not slowing down. Since it came on the market six years ago, Americans have bought 61 million players, almost one-third of them this year alone, and that's as of the week before Thanksgiving. More than 36,000 films are now available on DVD and nearly half
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HOME VIDEO; Screenplay Swordplay
NYTimes - over 13 years
With ''Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl'' providing major swordplay on theater screens, video reaches back to 1952, when Stewart Granger crossed blades with Mel Ferrer in ''Scaramouche'' and Burt Lancaster scrambled around the rigging in ''The Crimson Pirate.'' Both films were released on DVD last week by Warner, along with
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THEATER REVIEW; Still Talking, as if Time Paused
NYTimes - over 14 years
A CARDINAL rule of a certain kind of sentimental comedy is that you can't keep a feisty old man down. Punch him, knife him, run him over with a tank or -- God forbid -- stuff him into a nursing home. He will still spring back to his feet, like Rasputin defying his assassins. Seasoned theatergoers know that each resurrection of said feisty old man
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'The Other Brother'
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Directed by Mandel Holland R, 94 minutes Sibling rivalry is the subject of Mandel Holland's Harlem-made comedy ''The Other Brother,'' which stars Mekhi Phifer as the button-down, painfully shy Martin and Andre Blake as Junnie, Martin's outgoing, irresponsible, blissfully womanizing younger brother. A culture writer for Vibe magazine, Martin comes
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