The mouse puppet that she made in the late 1950s in Italy became a worldwide phenomenon, with the help of “The Ed Sullivan Show.”
In the imagery he devised to promote “Alien,” “Rosemary’s Baby” and other movies, he strove to capture their essence without giving too much away.
Alexei Leonov, the first person to perform a spacewalk, died this week. He was 85.
He nurtured an empire of influential comic strips, including “Cathy,” “Doonesbury,” “Calvin and Hobbes,” “The Boondocks” and “For Better or for Worse.”
Eddie Money, the prolific hitmaker whose songs “Baby Hold On” and “Two Tickets to Paradise” soundtracked the 1980s, has died. He was 70.
He wrote numerous episodes of the long-running show, as well as dozens of novels for young readers based on its scripts.
He began his career creating magazine advertisements and covers for TV Guide, and later focused on vibrant new versions of classic children’s tales.