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James Stewart reunites with his Harvey director, Henry Koster, in this 1962 comedy, which is charming enough even though it doesn’t seem quite up to the level of talent involved. (The screenwriter is the legendary Nunnally Johnson–writer and director of The Three Faces of Eve, among many other titles–and the music is by Henry Mancini.) But it is pleasant, summery entertainment with Stewart and his screen wife, Maureen O’Hara, taking their urban family to a crumbling, seaside house for a vacation. The film was calculated to pull in older fans with Stewart as well as draw in a younger crowd that would enjoy the fairly extensive beach scenes with pop-star Fabian. Stewart is deft with the easy jokes about bad plumbing and such, and golden in
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Music video by Aerosmith performing What It Takes. (C) 1990 Geffen Records
Sandra Bullock challenges the Razzies to read her “All About Steve” lines better than she did.
Hear from Juan Pablo Montoya and others following the Kobalt Tools 400 in Las Vegas.
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Serge Ibaka manages to grab a plush Thunder toy off the rim with his mouth while throwing down with one hand. Visit www.nba.com for more highlights.