Dudley Moore
was an English actor, comedian, composer and musician
Dudley Moore
Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE was an English actor, comedian, composer and musician. Moore first came to prominence as one of the four writer-performers in the ground-breaking comedy revue Beyond the Fringe in the early 1960s, and then became famous as half of the highly popular television double-act he formed with Peter Cook.
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August 05, 2016
Actor David Huddleston, who played The Big Lebowski in the cult 1998 film, has died, aged 85. Huddleston lost his battle with heart and kidney disease and passed away on Tuesday (02Aug16) in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The character actor also appeared in B
November 25, 2014
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March 19, 2014
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September 25, 2013
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September 24, 2012
SNAP! ARTIST RECREATES FAMOUS MOVIE SCENES IN 'THEN AND NOW' PHOTOS John Gielgud, Liza Minnelli, Dudley Moore Star in "Arthur" (1981) filmed on the Grand Army Plaza, Fifth Avenue, New York City Artist Christopher Moloney is always seeing double - he recre
August 30, 2010
Bedazzled (1967) Directed by Stanley Donen Shown on the set, from left: director Stanley Donen, Raquel Welch, Dudley Moore, Peter Cook This is a PR photo. WENN does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Fees charged by WENN are for
April 23, 2009
Dudley Moore, Ken Annakin on set of 'Those Daring Young Men in their Jaunt Jalopies' (1969) This is a PR photo. WENN does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Fees charged by WENN are for WENN's services only, and do not, nor are t
December 02, 2008
Dudley Moore 1990 This is a PR photo. WENN does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Fees charged by WENN are for WENN's services only, and do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright or License
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Not All of New York Has Vanished: A Few Remaining Treasures That You Should Know About, Installment I
Huffington Post - about 1 year
It's easy to walk through Manhattan today and be despondent. Passing by all the banks and drug stores and chain stores that occupy the spaces where your favorite bars, clubs, boutiques, and restaurants used to be it's easy to draw the conclusion that everything you came to New York for, everything that made it incredible, is gone. But the fact is that it's not all gone. There are a few treasures that have held on. I have a small roster of independently owned businesses that I have patronized for 10 to 20 years that still exist and are each, in their own way, incredible and a little piece of New York that's left. Like iconic Chelsea businesses I've written about before - such as the world-renowned men's clothing boutique Camouflage on 8th avenue (now a Subway sandwich and Verizon store) and Alan's Alley Video (which is still vacant two years after eviction) -- each one has been essential to my New York experience. These business that I feature here -- as well as others I will featu ...
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Dan Persons: Mighty Movie's Temple of Bad: Santa Claus: The Movie
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Are you hungering for a wonderful, whimsical tale filled with magic and adventure? A story that captures the spirit of the most joyous time of the year, and brings to thrilling life the legend of the man who became the ultimate symbol of generosity and good will? Sorry, we're all out of that, but we do have lots of Santa Claus: The Movie instead. Yeah, we know, that's like trying to substitute a swift kick in the crotch for front row seats at a Stones concert, but that's pretty much the way Temple of Bad participants Andrea Lipinski, Kevin Lauderdale, and Dan Persons felt having to sit through this leaden, overproduced attempt to create a new Christmas tradition. Come listen in as they discuss why the combined talents of John Lithgow, Dudley Moore, and Henry Mancini aren't enough to keep this attempt at secular festivity from being the biggest seasonal bummer since that year you got smashed on eggnog and tried to call your high school crush. Click on the player to listen to ...
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Malcolm Kushner: Driving Under the Influence -- of Music
Huffington Post - about 4 years
If music has charms to sooth the savage beast, then it should have an affect on road rage. Or at a minimum on one's driving style. A recent experiment in England attempted to demonstrate this connection. According to The Telegraph, a study to determine if listening to music affects driving was recently sponsored by Confused.com, a British insurance web site. The study included four men and four women who drove 500 miles each. The first 250 miles was driven in silence and the second while listening to music. Items such as speed, acceleration and braking were carefully tracked. Footage of the participants driving was reviewed and interpreted by London University psychologist Dr. Simon Moore. His conclusion: different types of music affect your driving style. Specifically, rock and hip hop are especially dangerous for drivers. "Music that is noisy, upbeat and increases your heart rate is a deadly mix," noted Dr. Moore. "Fast beats can cause excitement and arousal that can l ...
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'The Celebrity Guide To Wine' You Never Knew You Needed
Huffington Post - over 4 years
We could hardly believe our eyes when we started watching 1990's "The Celebrity Guide to Wine." It's not that we don't want wine tips from Steven Seagal and Whoopi Goldberg, it's just that we weren't expecting to get them. And Whoopi, we certainly weren't expecting to get wine tips from you while you casually stand next to your car, as if that is a totally normal thing to do. In addition to Seagal and Goldberg, this oddly star-studded special also includes Dudley Moore, Herbie Hancock, Kelly LeBrock, Shelley Hack, Robert Loggia and Peter Weller. This madness was directed by Daniel Helfgott, who went on to direct "The Celebrity Guide to Entertaining," starring Ed Begley Jr. and Jackie Collins (please, someone, put this on the internet). Hosted by Spago's then Maitre d'Hotel Bernard Erpicum, there are so many gems in this video that it's hard to pick just one favorite moment, so here are a few: The video really starts out with a bang when a caterer takes offense to ...
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Annette Bourdeau: Why Can't All Movie Couples Be Like Jason Segel And Emily Blunt?
Huffpost Celebrity - almost 5 years
Jason Segel and Emily Blunt are so impossibly cute together in The Five Year Engagement, it's hard to believe they've never been paired together on-screen before. (And no, Blunt's brief cameo in The Muppets doesn't count.) In The Five Year Engagement, the two complement each other perfectly. Segel is the silly to Blunt's sassy. He's comically earnest while she's sarcastic-yet-goofy. Neither outshines the other. This is not a Segel vehicle in which he gets to be funny and the female lead is simply window dressing (as Katherine Heigl famously accused another Apatow production, Knocked Up, of doing.) Instead, Blunt wields her comedic process adeptly, resulting in a refreshing flick with two strong, equally matched leads. Since you've likely been inundated with various incarnations of Engagement trailers by now, you probably know that the flick follows the extended engagement of Tom (Segel) and Violet (Blunt), who put their nuptials on hold while Violet pursues a career opp ...
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Fame doesn't protect Hollywood from risk
Aiken Standard - almost 5 years
By MARILYNN MARCHIONE LOS ANGELES -- Hollywood trivia quiz: What do Sharon Stone, Dudley Moore, James Garner and Elizabeth Taylor have in common besides an Oscar nomination? All have suffered strokes, a reminder that money and fame can't insulate you from a health risk that much can be done to prevent, researchers said. The International Stroke Conference was held in Tinseltown for the first time, just three weeks before this year's Oscars are to be awarded. Researchers at the University of California at Los Angeles had the idea to check movie stars' rates of heart attacks and strokes. "We see the diseases that ravage them just as they ravage the rest of the country and the world," said Dr. Jeffrey Saver, director of the stroke center at UCLA, who has treated several stars who have suffered strokes. For their study, researchers searched the Internet and a movie industry database to compile a list of all best actor/actress nominees since the Oscars began in 1927 through ...
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Bill Berkowitz: Kirk Cameron’s Christian Nationalist Quest
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
In the trailer for his new documentary Monumental, TV actor Kirk Cameron has an 'a-ha! 'moment. While visiting Christian historical revisionist David Barton, Cameron exclaims: "So hold on. The United States Congress was commissioning and printing Bibles to be given to all the people because they knew that that's what would produce the character necessary to make America blossom and flourish and thrive." It doesn't take much for the Christian Right to embrace the martyrdom narrative. And if you're in showbiz and you've been criticized for anti-gay remarks, the boys in the band - the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins, American Values' Gary Bauer, the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer among others- will automatically leap to your defense. Lights, camera, action! - it's close-up time for Kirk Cameron. In March, while out promoting his new documentary, Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasures, on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight," Cameron, who as a ...
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Howard Jacobson: Even the worst jobs have their benefits - The Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Witness Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's exchange of views on the subject in their sublimely filthy Derek and Clive (Live) album. "The worst job I ever had," Clive recalls, "was with Jayne Mansfield. You know, she was a fantastic bird ... big tits,
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Blu-ray Review: 'Arthur' Starring Russell Brand, Helen Mirren & Jennifer Garner - BuzzFocus.com
Google News - over 5 years
Brand does an excellent job of stepping into the shoes made famous by Dudley Moore. Unfortunately, the shoes just don't fit right. Brand captures the persona of an over-pampered billionaire who acts like a Toys R Us kid. Unfortunately, he doesn't quite
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Review: Arthur - Warrnambool Standard (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Brand's drunken lothario schtick is in full flight here, which actually makes him perfectly suited to the titular role made famous by Dudley Moore in the '81 original. But Brand's Arthur is an uneven character in a messy remake - as much the script's
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New twist: Let's remake bad movies - Portales News-Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The 2011 “Arthur” is a remake of the 1981 original version of “Arthur,” with Dudley Moore, Liza Minnelli and John Gielgud. A remake is an understandable path for a filmmaker. You've got a tested story, a script that needs little tinkering and a
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Ayrton Senna Was a Real Sex Symbol - Reuters
Google News - over 5 years
I remember inviting him to dinner parties with Andy Warhol and laughing with Jackie and Dudley Moore. Stewart loved to laugh. He loved celebrity. He was the Andy Warhol of the F1 racing set. His eyes moved quickly and he had a wicked wit
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