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  • 45 TV Lines That Are Stuck in Our Heads Forever -

    —Lou Grant. 45/45 SLIDES © . The Burns and Allen Show "Say goodnight, Gracie." —George Burns. 45/45 SLIDES. Feedback

  • More, more, more! TV's memorable spin-offs -

    With the "Heroes" spin-off "Heroes Reborn" coming this fall, it's a good time to look at some very popular spin-offs (some of which were even more successful than the ...

  • Stars react to the death of Mary Tyler Moore

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  • The Highest-Grossing Movies Ever -

    ... paleontologists Alan Grant (Sam Neill) and Ellie Sattler ... Smart Rating: 92.66 Release year: 1961 Starring: Rod Taylor, Betty Lou Gerson, Cate Bauer.

  • Ewan McGregor and Jennifer Connelly hit the San Sebastian ...

    ... held at Lou Lou's private members club in London on ... Hugh Grant attends the "Florence Foster Jenkins" photocall during the 64th San Sebastian Film ...

  • 16 Stars Who Dropped Off Your Radar -

    She shared top billing with stars like James Stewart and Cary Grant (but turned down an offer to play Mrs. Robinson in "The Graduate") ... Meat Loaf and Lou Reed.

  • This Week in Entertainment History: April 16-22

    ... Natalie Cole, Lou Reed, Tracy Chapman and Neil Young. ... was attended by guests such as Cary Grant, Aristotle Onassis, Ava Gardner and Aga Khan III.

  • The remarkable career of Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore

    She was then seen in supporting roles in films such as "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" and "The Gun in Betty Lou’s ... a romantic comedy opposite Hugh Grant, ...

  • Harrison Ford Remembers Carrie Fisher as ‘One-of-a-Kind ...

    Grant is best known for her ballad, "The Wayward Wind," which famously knocked Elvis Presley from the top spot on the U.S. Billboard charts in ... Lou Pearlman ...

  • Leonard Cohen cause of death revealed -

    Lou Pearlman, credited for ... Grant is best known for her ballad, "The Wayward Wind," which famously knocked Elvis Presley from the top spot on the U.S. Billboard ...

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  • Lou Grant (TV series) - Wikipedia

    Lou Grant is an American drama series starring Ed Asner in the title role as a newspaper editor that aired on CBS from September 20, 1977 to September 13, 1982.

  • Lou Grant (TV Series 1977–1982) - IMDb

    Created by James L. Brooks, Allan Burns, Gene Reynolds. With Edward Asner, Robert Walden, Mason Adams, Jack Bannon. The trials of the former TV station manager ...

  • Lou Grant - Wikipedia

    Lou's personality was outwardly that of a tough loner and a workaholic man's man, with little subtlety. The real Lou Grant was somewhat more complicated.

  • Watch Lou Grant Online | Stream on Hulu

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  • Lou Grant - Show News, Reviews, Recaps and Photos -

    Lou Grant was a spinoff from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and premiered on CBS in September 1977. The series was a radical departure from its predecessor as it was a ...

  • Lou Grant - Episode Guide -

    Episode Recap Lou Grant on Watch Lou Grant episodes, get episode information, recaps and more.

  • LOU GRANT Internet Resource & Archive

    In what was probably their final reunion, Lou Grant cast members Edward Asner, Robert Walden, Linda Kelsey, Daryl Anderson, and Allen Williams appeared at the ...

  • Lou Grant Season 1

    Ed Asner stars as Lou Grant, a battle-toughened veteran of the news wars who is hired by his old friend, Charlie Hume, as the city editor of the Los Angeles Tribune.

  • Top 25 Lou Grant profiles | LinkedIn

    View the profiles of professionals named Lou Grant on LinkedIn. There are 67 professionals named Lou Grant, who use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas, and ...

  • Lou Grant — Free listening, videos, concerts, stats and ...

    Lou Grant is an alias of eurobeat artist David Di Marcantonio, who also performed under other stage names such as Dave McLoud, J. Rush or David Dima.

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