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Roger Ebert movies: From Beyond the Valley of the Dolls to Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens (image: Dolly Read, Cynthia Myers, Marcia McBroom in Beyond the Valley of the Dolls) [See previous post: “Roger Ebert Dead: Pulitzer-Winning Film Critic.”] According to the IMDb, Roger Ebert wrote or co-wrote screenplays for three movies, all three “sexploitation” efforts directed by Russ Meyer: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (1970) tells the story of three young rock-band members who find sex (lesbian […]


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Roger Ebert Dead: Pulitzer-Winning Film Critic; His Top Ten Movies

Roger Ebert: Pulitzer winner, TV star-critic, humanistic Twitter voice has died Roger Ebert, probably the best known movie critic in the United States, died earlier today in Chicago, after suffering a recurrence of the cancer he had been fighting for over a decade. Ebert was 70. (Image: Film critic Roger Ebert.) Though best known for the populist “thumbs up, thumbs down” routine he shared with fellow (and rival) film critic Gene Siskel on their nationally syndicated television show At the […]


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Roger Ebert Dead: Pulitzer-Winning Film Critic; His Top Ten Movies







Ryan Dunn Drunk, Speeding Before Fatal Crash

Ryan Dunn Vilified by some for being “insensitive,” Roger Ebert turned out to be right about Jackass performer Ryan Dunn's last ride. Dunn's blood alcohol level was 0.196, or more than twice the maximum legal limit of 0.08. Also, according to police he might have been driving as fast as 140 mph in a 55-mph zone. Dunn, who had turned 34 on June 11, and his passenger Zachary Hartwell, 30, died early Monday after Dunn's Porsche flew over a guardrail, […]


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Robert Mitchum Interviewed by Roger Ebert
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