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By admin Published: September 26, 2010
Bobby Sulecki, 21, a student at Gannon University studying to be a film historian, talks with with actress Ann Rutherford at the Kent State University Museum on Saturday. Rutherford played the part of Carreen, Scarlet O'Hara's younger sister in the classic movie and Sulecki, who has Cerebral Palsy has struck up a friendship with the screen legend. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)

Another big night for new TV, including season premieres "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," "Desperate Housewives," "Brothers and Sisters"; "The Amazing Race," "Undercover Boss"; Fox's animated shows, and "Dexter." Also, of course, more new "Mad Men," which I have been watching and loving even if I have not been posting much. And the second installment of "Boardwalk Empire," which I recommend. Would say more, but life has been busy.

In fact, I worked yesterday because of two local events. One had Yvette Nicole Brown of "Community" in town. You can find more story about that here. The other found Ann Rutherford, who was in "Gone With the Wind" and other movies, chatting with a would-be filmmaker she befriended. That story is here. See also the photo, left. Rutherford is a great storyteller -- she really needs to write her memoirs -- and I may post some more of her comments here later.

You may also want to check out this week's DVD/Blu-ray column, which talks about "Rich Man, Poor Man" and other topics. It's here.

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