March 8: Dean Stockwell appears on the
DVD release of "Columbo -- The
Complete 2nd Season."
April 10, 2005: The Greencine
website features a recent interview with Dean.
April 15, 2005:
"Visions of Guadalupe"
Sixteen local artists, as well as special guest artist,
Robert Dean Stockwell, are featured in an exhibit entitled
"Visions of Guadalupe" at Two Graces Gallery
in the Rancho Plaza April 15. Work by Pablo Flores, Lydia
Garcia, Carrie Lynn Korzak, Mary Walton, Leah Benau, and
Star St. Clair is on display, along with that of invited
guest artists Margie Romero and Conrad Fernandez (on loan
fromthe St. Francis Gift Shop), Maria Martinez, Katie
Woodall, Mercy Mitchell, Alex Chavez, and Michael Vargas.
"Nay," a Las Cruces santera, has created walking
sticks and carvings for the show. From
Taos Daily News, March 15
April 26, 2005: Phenomenon: Lost Archives,
hosted by Dean was released on a 6 DVD set.
April 30, 2005: Dean Stockwell was a
guest at Collectormania
in Buckinghamshire, England. Our Sassie member Emma posted
some pics taken by her sister at the event. Check them
out at www.tijean.freeserve.co.uk/deanstockwell.htm
May 3, 2005: Star Trek Enterprise -
Season One was released on DVD
May 10, 2005: Quantum Leap - Season
3 was released on DVD
May 10, 2005: the extended version of
Dune was released on DVD region 1.
2005: Paper Man (1971) & Born to
Be Sold (1981) were released on DVD as a Dean
Stockwell Double Feature by Movie Classics.
May 31, 2005: The TV film "American
Black Beauty", starring Dean Stockwell, was released
on DVD. Check out some pics from Howard
Aug 30 - Oct 1, 2005:
The Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica displayed
collage by Dean entitled Wet Dream #1.
September 5, 2005: Dean Stockwell presented
Short Film Award on Monday, Sept. 5 at l:00
p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information about Dragon*Con,
go to http://www.dragoncon.org.
See Dean's press release at http://www.scenic-city.com/media/pr_dean.htm
•Two of our Sassies members Laurie and
Lisa had a long conversation with Dean at Dragon*Con and
had dinner with him afterwards. It was an extraordinary
experience! Read the whole story here
Sept. 17 - Nov. 19, 2005: Dean Stockwell's
16 mm filmwork was part of the SEMINA CULTURE; WALLACE
BERMAN & HIS CIRCLE exhibit at the Santa Monica Museum
of Art in California. This exhibit then went to Utah,
Kansas, New York, and Berkeley California.
November 5 & 6, 2005: Dean Stockwell
was a guest at The Glasgow Memorabilia Show in Glasgow,
December 27, 2005: "Nowhere Man"
will be released on DVD in the United States.
Dean's collages will be featured in the Summer 2005 issue
of the Indiana Review, a non-profit literary magazine
dedicated to showcasing the talents of emerging and established
writers and visual artists. Click here
to find out more.
David Dadon's new website is featuring all the movies
made by Giant Films including "Face to Face",
which is now known as "Italian Ties". There's
no official release date yet but the trailer is available
Dean Stockwell is currently working on a film with Sean
Astin titled "Once
in a Lifetime". It was mentioned in Marilyn Beck's
syndicated entertainment column from April 13. Here's
the quote: "We get word that Ali MacGraw is poised
to return to the cameras in an indie drama likely to roll
in June, with Judd Nelson and Dean Stockwell. The former
top movie actress' biggest public appearance in recent
time was as a presenter at the Academy Awards a couple
"Be sure to see Dean Stockwell's goddaughter, Amber
Tamblyn, in her latest movie 'Sisterhood of the Traveling
QUANTUM LEAP NEWS:
From the Cinevegas
2004 Report, by Adam Mast :
"Stockwell said that a new Quantum Leap TV movie
is being developed and would feature Sam Beckett's daughter
as a new leaper. Stockwell said he too would be involved
and hoped to get rolling on the movie sometime next year.
I guess nothing is official, but there's a strong chance
it is going to happen."
According to imdb,
it will be called Quantum Leap: "A Bold Leap Forward".
Sunday, November 16, 2003
By Rob Owen, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Bellisario has had conversations with Universal Studios
about reviving "Quantum Leap." He envisions
a new series with a young woman leaping through time,
guided once again by Dean Stockwell.
"It's an all-new show. It's more of an update, more
hip, although that was pretty hip for its time,"