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Footage from the Filming of The Day the Clown Cried Featured in PBS Documentary on Holocaust Humor

The doc explores whether the Holocaust can be joked about—and includes behind-the-scene clips from Jerry Lewis’s never-released movie
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Two L.A. Dwellings Are Among the “10 Homes That Changed America”

There's a free preview and panel discussion about the new PBS series this week

Cute Couple Alert! Jon Hamm Poses with Shelter Pup Ruby

Jon Hamm’s latest pitch? Getting people to adopt dogs

Go See the Amazing New Documentary About The Amazing Randi

The magician has dedicated himself to exposing paranormal fraudsters but the lines of truth and deception can get blurry

Curtain Call: What Marvin Hamlisch Did for Love

"Marvin would be in traffic and a car would screech. He would hear the exact note."

Springtime for Mel Brooks: American Masters Makes A Noise

American Masters digs into the life of comedian, filmmaker and consummate shtickmeister Mel Brooks.

Philip Roth: Unmasked — Not Really

Airing tonight on PBS, "Philip Roth: Unmasked" offers a closer look at Roth and his world of agita and rage, of libido and ego run amok, but the portrait feels far from definitive.

Kenneth Branagh

The recently knighted Brit on down-town steak-outs, Manhattan Beach bumming, and Hollywood dreams