(Disclosure: TV Guide is owned by CBS Interactive, a division of ViacomCBS.)
GQ Names the Most Stylish Films
Cary Grant was workin' it, fo' sho. A list published in the November issue of GQ names Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest as the most stylish film of all time, meaning the looks it brought to the silver screen went on to have the biggest influence on the sartorial scene. Also making the top 10: Breathless (1959), Ocean's 11 (1960), Purple Noon, 8 1/2, A Hard Day's Night, How to Steal a Million, Blowup, Bullitt and Get Carter (1970). Conspicuously, no Clan of the Cave Bear.
14 Best Feel-Good Shows
For anyone who needs a pick-me-upDiscover Now!
Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now
On the Set: Bones Celebrates 200 Episodes With a Nod to Old HollywoodDozens of men donning fedoras and ladies adorned in poodle skirts mill about a fake street on Fox's Century City back lot, which has been transformed into a carefree and colorful 1950s Los Angeles for Bones' 200th episode. Suddenly, a bloodcurdling scream pierces the joyous scene as a body falls to the ground, a knife protruding from its back. "That puts a…
Who costarred on the old TV ...Question: Who costarred on the old TV show To Catch a Thief with Robert Wagner? I say it was Eddie Albert, but my husband insists it was Norman Fell. Thanks much.Answer: Well, I insist that both of you need a little straightening out, Ms. Wendy. For one thing, To Catch a Thief was the Hitchcock film that starred Cary Grant and Grace Kelly as a former high-class thief and the socialite who had designs on him. It Takes a Thief was the Wagner vehicle that swiped the basic concept and made it into a (more…)