Likely the only survivor from the 1931 movie, its owner bought it for a couple dollars and left it in a closet for 30 years.
Doctors say Sam Simon only has a few months to live. He's making the most of them by giving away tens of millions of dollars.
The Austrian manufacturer signs a lucrative new contract with Atlanta's police, its latest deal that has Smith & Wesson on the outs.
As the cost of going out to see a film climbs, theater owners try to give customers more for their money.
The relatively low-budget horror flick set a box office record in its category this weekend, beating out some movies with monstrous production costs.
Its sellers are hoping the original copy, 1 of 4 known to exist, will fetch $5 million on eBay.
The pop culture event draws in around 130,000 people, as well as the cream of the entertainment and tech industries. It also generates around $180 million annually.
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