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Ernest Borgnine : 1917-2012
A loss of Hollywood legend we learned late today that after or has died they often said he did not look like a leading man but he sure proved everyone wrong. And the generation will best remembered for his poor not black and white as this he needs 1960s TV series details With his gap toothed smile
Ernest Borgnine , Star of 'McHale's Navy,' Dead at 95
Ernest Borgnine, who began his career playing the heavy but won an Oscar for the gentle comedy “Marty” and may be best known for his starring role as the lovable, often aggravated skipper in the TV series “McHale’s Navy,” has died. He was 95. “It’s...
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Excerpt: 'Might As Well Laugh About It Now'
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After two weeks of unofficial wedded bliss, comedian Eddie Murphy and film producer Tracey Edmonds became the latest in a long line of celebrities who have called it quits very shortly after getting hitched. Murphy and Edmonds exchanged vows in a nonbinding ceremony in Bora Bora on New Year's Day.
Ernest Borgnine : Forever Young
91-year-old Oscar winning legend talks about his new film and autobiography.
My Road to Fame
And hi good morning America radio bar ski a Hollywood living legend nine joins us to talk about his new autobiography. In 191 called Ernie you just about written a book. And it took me five years to do it there you go. At the earliest port nine is joining us this morning good morning America radio
Ernest Borgnine's Road to Fame
We have the pleasure of introducing you to a legend. By any definition nine has been a star. Of the big and small screen. For fifty plus years he's still going only now at the ripe young age of 91. He's decided as a good time to reflect a little bit on my life and put out an autobiography of course
Excerpt: 'Ernie: The Autobiography'
Actor Ernest Borgnine's storied Tinsletown career has included an Oscar for his role in "Marty," a television sitcom and a host of riveting performances. For more than five decades, Hollywood has recognized Borgnine as one of its most respected and...