Gary DeVore
Gary DeVore
Gary DeVore was a Hollywood screenwriter. After confirming that he was driving home to his wife, Gary DeVore disappeared in June 1997. A year later his car, with his body inside, was discovered submerged in a California aqueduct.
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Missing Fox executive Gavin Smith's family offers $20,000 reward
LATimes - over 4 years
A $20,000 reward was offered Tuesday for information about missing Fox executive Gavin Smith, in an investigation officials said was wide open. Flanked by photos of Smith, the 57-year-old's wife and three sons announced the reward at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department homicide bureau in the City of Commerce. "We truly need assistance from the public. We need additional tips and we are hoping the public can provide them," said Smith's wife, Lisa. "We don't know where Gavin is." The investigation into the whereabouts of the former UCLA basketball player remains a mystery more than a month after he left a friend’s home in Ventura County’s Oak Park neighborhood. Wearing purple athletic pants belonging to one of his sons, Smith drove away in his Mercedes the night of May 1, leaving behind his cellphone charger, shaving kit and other items. "It doesn't sound like he was going anywhere," his eldest son, Evan, told "Good Morning America." Search teams have combed the areas wh ...
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Codice Magnum - TV Mediaset
Google News - over 5 years
... questo film nasce da un'idea di Sergio Donati e Luciano Vincenzoni, collaboratore dell'indimenticato Sergio Leone, nonostante sia stato notevolmente rimaneggiato dal team tutto statunitense formato da Gary DeVore e Norman Vexler
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The mighty Mississippi, aka 'that other river' - Pioneer Press
Google News - over 5 years
"Yes, there is a huge difference," said Gary DeVore of St. Paul, who has piloted his houseboat on both rivers. "But I like the Mississippi better. It's undiscovered." The nation's mightiest river being "undiscovered" in an area of 3 million people
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At the Movies
NYTimes - over 28 years
LEAD: Gottlieb's Next One Gottlieb's Next One After ''Dirty Dancing,'' it's ''Bloodshot.'' Linda Gottlieb, who produced the phenomenally successful ''Dirty Dancing,'' which has spawned not one but two hit records, a touring dance show and a television series, has decided what's next. ''It's a comedy-action-adventure-detective movie,'' Ms. Gottlieb
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FILM: 'RUNNING SCARED'
NYTimes - over 30 years
IF your house is on fire, or you have $6 burning a hole in your pocket, you may want to rush out to see Peter Hyams's ''Running Scared,'' which opens today at Loews State and other theaters. Otherwise, stay home and watch ''Miami Vice'' or ''Cagney and Lacey,'' which costs you nothing but your time. ''Running Scared,'' a jokey melodrama about two
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FOR PETER STRAUSS, ACTING ON TV IS AN INTENSE AFFAIR
NYTimes - over 31 years
''The television film is always being mocked. The film-making community of the Spielbergs, the Scorseses and the Lucases has everything available to it. In television, we have hardly anything.'' Peter Strauss, who by and large has made his reputation playing leading roles in TV films and mini-series, was defending dramas made expressly for the
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TV VIEW; TODAY'S WORKER TREATED WITH UNUSUAL CANDOR
NYTimes - about 33 years
Anew movie entitled ''Heart of Steel,'' which will be broadcast on ABC tonight at 9, offers a valuable reminder that on television there are facts and, then, there are facts. Producers of TV movies are fond of noting that their wares are ''based on fact.'' That brief phrase can cover a lot of territory. CBS's ''Bill'' films, for instance, starred
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SALLY FIELD STARS IN RITT'S 'BACK ROADS'
NYTimes - almost 36 years
CONSIDERING the fact that Martin Ritt's ''Back Roads'' appears to be bent on the sentimental canonization of two waifs who would have trouble surviving in heaven, much less the real world, the film is extremely appealing and occasionally gutsy and very funny. Whereas the energy of some movies is provided by hate or love or outrage, the energy of
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Film View; KEEPING MOVIE AUDIENCES AT A CHILLY DISTANCE
NYTimes - about 36 years
''The Dogs of War'' is not a watershed movie, the sort that somehow changes the look of - and response to - all movies that come after. Yet it represents the kind of movie that, in this era of increasingly predictable entertainments, resolutely refuses to take the easy way. It invites speculation. You might call it a long-shot film. A long-shot
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'DOGS OF WAR,' FORSYTH'S MERCENARIES
NYTimes - about 36 years
THOUGH it begins and ends with stunningly photographed battle sequences in Central America and West Africa, ''The Dogs of War,'' John Irvin's screen adaptation of Frederick Forsyth's best-selling novel about mercenaries, is notable for a reticence that has about it a kind of existential sorrow. The film, precise and unsentimental in its details,
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