John Calhoun is a librarian specializing in film with the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts' Billy Rose Theatre Division. He has written about film and theatre for a number of publications, and is currently a contributing writer to American Cinematographer Magazine.
As Robert Durst awaits trial for the 2000 murder of friend Susan Berman, what some believe to be his original sin aired in the Lifetime movie “The Lost Wife of Robert Durst.” The film imagines the events leading up to the 1982 disappearance of the notorious real estate scion’s first wife Kathleen Durst.
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As The Wiz Live! airs tonight on NBC, here's a look at the musical's first film version, starring Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.
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