Links to the past with relevance today:
PEOPLE: John Schneider, 59, just got married — except he's still married to his most recent wife. Which is "General Lee" not acceptable.
VARIETY: John Carpenter, 71, looks back on his own legacy, and talks about what scares him the most.
NYT: A complete history of "God Bless America."
DO YOU REMEMBER?: Two women are facing felony raps after allegedly stealing objects from the home of onetime Mouseketeer Dennis Day (1942-2018) when he was missing. His body was found in 2019, almost a year after his absence was first noted — and it was found on the grounds of his home.
THR: Milton Quon, one of the last Golden Age animators of Disney, has died. He was 105! He worked on Fantasia (1940) and Dumbo (1941).
BOY CULTURE: It's been 38 years since what would come to be known as AIDS was first described in a chilling New York Times story about "a rare cancer seen in 41 homosexuals."
FORBES: Marc Berman recalls his chat with screen great Olivia de Havilland, who turned 103 on July 1 — and is still out riding her bike in France!