Doug Engelbart didn't just want to show off new technology. He wanted to demonstrate a system for improving humanity.
A wallet that Diane Keaton misplaced decades ago has turned up in a New York storage unit.Photo Credit: Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP
The reviews were strong. Filmgoers in key markets lined up around the block. Enthusiastic media coverage of the $3.2 million dark horse stunned industry veterans. Given this reception, the confrontation between producer and distributor was inevitable: With the Oscars looming, there surely had to be a campaign to support the film's chances for an award. The response from mogul Joe Levine, whose Embassy Pictures funded the film: "I'm not spending a dime.”