NEW YORK (AP) -- Fay Wray, who won everlasting fame as the damsel held atop the Empire State Building by the giant ape in the 1933 film classic "King Kong," has died, a close friend said Monday. She was 96.
I still remember being creeped out by that movie when I was 6 and saw it at a drive-in as part of a double feature with Star Wars.
People who say they don't "play politics" merely play politics badly. -- David Drake
While I'm usually not one to take Hollywood's side, I can see the appeal of award shows like the Oscars. It is basically a chance for artistic people to get together and appreciate their work, and I see nothing wrong with that.