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Since the "Harry Potter" film franchise came to an end, there's been a gaping hole in Warner Bros.' ledger sheet. Bringing their stable of DC Comics superheroes to the screen was supposed to fill this void, but they've continued to underperform in one way or another.
Arguably, the most talented performer never to win an Oscar, Barbara Stanwyck was an actress who could do anything. Whether it be a bit of deft comedy, a intensely dramatic scene or a moment that required a bit of singing and dancing, she could nail anything that was required of her, all the while looking sexier than any of her contemporaries.
More animated features appeared on American movie screens this year than in several individual previous entire decades (1930s, 1940s and 1950s, for certain), and at times, you could go to a multiplex and have three animated features to choose from.
Photographer will give lecture
Renowned landscape and wildlife photographer Tom Murphy will give the lecture "Natural History of Photography Around the World" at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Institute for Genomic Biology, 1206 W. Gregory Drive, U.
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