An instant classic, the newest James Bond movie and a visit with favorite old comic-strip pals make this a good weekend to hit the cineplex. You homebodies, meanwhile, can curl up with the Beatles and two of the year’s most memorable films.
For boomers who grew up playing air guitar to Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," it's mind-blowing to think that the 1971 classic rock standard might actually have been copied from another song. Lawyers for the estate of the late Spirit guitarist Randy California reportedly are planning to file a suit claiming that the opening riff in "Stairway" was ripped off from Spirit's considerably less famous 1968 song "Taurus."
He won a Tony Award and was one of Britain's most beloved TV stars, but Victor Spinetti, who died June 18 at age 82, will always be known as the actor who costarred in three movies with The Beatles.
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