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Profile of Karyn Kupcinet, daughter of famed Chicago Sun-Times columnist Irv Kupcinet, who moved to Hollywood in the 1960s with dreams of becoming a star. In 1963, 22-year-old Kupcinet was found dead in her West Hollywood apartment, the victim of an apparent strangling. Police never found her killer
Profile of actress Linda Blair.
Profile of actor and comedian Andrew Dice Clay.
Profile of rock music groupie Pamela Des Barres.
Follows the meteoric rise and fall of "Batman," the 1960s television series, and its star, Adam West.
Profile of agent Coralie Junior. For nearly 50 years, Coralie shaped the careers of offbeat performers, such as the spoonplayer, the toe dancer, and the contortion artist who can fold herself neatly into a small suitcase.
Profile of actor Christopher Jones, a teen star of the 1960s who left Hollywood and his career.
Profile of transvestite performer Divine. Born Harris Glenn Milstead to an upper-middle-class family, Divine found fame for his shocking on-screen behavior in John Waters' films "Hair Spray," "Polyester" and "Pink Flamingos." Divine died of a heart attack at age 42 in 1988.
Life and career of actor Rock Hudson.
Profile of musician Jerry Garcia, leader of the Grateful Dead, who died in 1995 at the age of 53.
Examines the career of figure skater Tonya Harding. Accused of complicity in the attack on skater Nancy Kerrigan, Harding tells her story.
Profile of actor/comedian/musician Dudley Moore.
Profile of actor James Stacy. In the late '60s and early '70s, actor James Stacy had fame, fortune and a hit television series until a violent car crash ripped his left arm and leg from his body.
Profile of screenwriter Joe Eszterhas.
A documentary that examines the success behind the 1970s sitcom "The Brady Bunch," as well as the turmoil on the set involving the cast members.
Profile of actor Herve Villechaize.
Profile of John DeLorean, the one-time corporate car giant who became entangled in a web of cocaine and criminals.
Profile of actor Bill Bixby.
Profile of author Jacqueline Susann.
Profile of Kristy McNichol, the Emmy award-winning actress who gave up her career to battle manic-depression.
Profile of controversial independent filmmaker Russ Meyer.
Profile of actress/comedian Brett Butler.
Profile of Penthouse magazine's Bob Guccione.
Profile of adult film actress Savannah.
Profile of James Ellroy, author of "The Black Dahlia," "American Tabloid" and "L.A. Confidential."
Documentary focuses on the "Brat Pack," a group of young actors that defined the '80s generation: Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy, Andrew McCarthy and Molly Ringwald.
Profile of author Harold Robbins. The commercial success of Robbins' risque novels earned him fame, fortune and a jet-set lifestyle but his lavish spending got him in trouble with the IRS, and his drug abuse caught up with him.
Profile of actor Mickey Rourke.
Profile of Julia Phillips, author of the 1991 tell-all book "You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again." By her mid-thirties, Phillips had co-produced three of the biggest movies of all time and won an Oscar for "The Sting." While she was producing, Phillips was also self-destructing on a near-letha
Documentary that takes a look at the three-year relationship of Madonna and Sean Penn.
Profile of choreographer Bob Fosse.
Profile of actress Farrah Fawcett.
Profile of comic actor Chris Farley (1964-97), who died of a drug overdose at the age of 33.
Profile of The Monkees -- Davy Jones, Peter Tork, Micky Dolenz and Michael Nesmith -- the 1960s band that starred in the television series.
Profile of director Alfred Hitchcock.
Profile of comedian and free speech crusader Lenny Bruce.
Profile of entertainer Redd Foxx. The documentary details Foxx's success in "Sanford and Son" as well as his disputes with the show's producers. Features photos and interviews with friends, family and business associates.
Profile of Sonny Bono, whose leap from singer and pop culture icon to United States Congressman made headlines across the country. The episode also recounts the 1998 ski accident which took Bono's life at the age of 62.
Profile of child actress Lauren Chapin -- little Kathy Anderson of the '50s television series, "Father Knows Best."
Profile of fashion designer Roy Halston, known as the single-named Halston.
Profile of Lawrence Tureau, also known as Mr. T, a former bouncer and bodyguard, whose larger-than-life personality made him a television icon on the series "A-Team."
A look at the fabled Sunset Strip -- a 1.7 mile stretch of road connecting Hollywood to Beverly Hills.
Profile of Heidi Von Beltz, a successful stuntwoman who was paralyzed after a car chase on the set of the film "Cannonball Run" went horribly wrong.
Profile of actress Sharon Tate, the story of a woman who lost everything -- her life and her unborn child -- on August 9, 1969.
Profile of entertainer Dean Martin. Examines his partnership with Jerry Lewis and his membership in the Rat Pack.
Profiles the lives of Beatle's wives Cynthia Powell Lennon, Yoko Ono, Linda McCartney, Janet Asher, Patti Boyd, Olivia Trinidad Arias Harrison, Maureen Starkey Tigrett, and Barbara Bach.
Profile of entertainment executive Dawn Steel, one of the first women to head a major film studio. Steel died of a brain tumor in December 1997.
Profile of late actor/comedian Freddie Prinze, star of the 1970s sitcom "Chico and the Man," who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on January 29, 1977.
Profile of actress Elizabeth Taylor.
Documentary examines the abduction and murder of former Los Angeles Raiders cheerleader Linda Sobek. Includes interviews with family and friends, as well as police officers, the District Attorney and defense attorneys involved in the case.
A profile of Todd Bridges, Gary Coleman and Dana Plato of the television series "Diff'rent Strokes."
Profile of the late Princess Diana.
Examines the 1980's sitcom "Three's Company."
Profile of AIDS activist Elizabeth Glaser, wife of actor Paul Michael Glaser. In 1981, Glaser was infected with the AIDS virus during a blood transfusion while pregnant with daughter Ariel. Ariel also contracted the disease through breastmilk. Glaser spent the ensuing years raising awareness of the
Examines the Sultan of Brunei and former "Playboy" centerfold Rebecca Ferratti, who accused him of holding her hostage.
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