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The Sarah Lund actress will be donning the thick-knit cable sweaters again

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Turhan Bey was a screen heart-throb of the 1940s, whose slick black hair and exotically handsome features (often with a pencil moustache, which gave an added touch of suavity), made him a popular romantic lead.

Last hurrah: Frankel strides into the history books before retiring to stud

Frankel seals greatness with fighting victory

Champion makes light of heavy going in farewell race by showing fighting quality to take unbeaten run to 14 races against top opposition

Everybody's talking about...Elliott Erwitt

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Elvis undies, unwashed, the latest celeb pants up for sale

A pair of underpants that once belonged to Elvis Presley are expected to fetch £10,000 when they go up for auction in Manchester next month. An added bonus for the would-be buyer is that the light-blue boxers come unwashed and with genuine Elvis stains, which came when he wore them underneath a white jumpsuit, during a show in 1977.

George Hurrell: Hollywood's icon maker

George Hurrell gave the Golden Age of Hollywood its glossy sheen and soft-focus seductiveness. He was the foremost publicity stills photographer of the day - a man responsible for creating icons.

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When Audrey Tautou's husband is killed in a traffic accident, two of the men in her office are particularly keen to help with her recovery: her handsome boss (Bruno Todeschini) and a lumbering Swedish subordinate (François Damiens).

Jonathan Church on his strategy, borrowed from Olivier: 'You choose three for the audience and one for yourself'

The irresistible rise of Jonathan Church

Fiona Mountford on the man who's transformed the fortunes of Chichester Festival Theatre

The Blagger's Guide To: The best (and worst) fathers

So, Lolita, how would you rate Humbertas a stepfather?

DVD & Blu-ray: David Lynch Collection (18)

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ANC angry over Zuma portrait

The ruling ANC has demanded that a painting be removed from an exhibition because it seems to depict President Jacob Zuma with his genitals hanging out.

In the line of Duty: a scene from 'Homeland'

Why do British TV dramas fail to match the imports?

It's the human factor in Homeland that makes it thrilling

The Bad and the Beautiful (PG)

Starring: Lana Turner, Kirk Douglas, Walter Pidgeon

You couldn't make it up: the Pulitzer Prize board can't find a single work of fiction worthy of its prestigious award

Pulitzer judges admit defeat in search for literary star

And the winner is... nobody. The publishing industry's annual search for its latest Great American Novel ended with a resounding thud after it emerged there will be no Pulitzer Prize for fiction for the first time in 35 years.

The Impossible Cool: Hollywood icons in pictures

Before green screens, CGI and 3D blockbusters, Hollywood made its impact with people – and faces that came to define a generation.

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