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Red Book of Westmarch... odleian on behalf of Jesus College. Tolkien later created his own fictionaltelling the story of The Lord of the Rings. Many of Tolkien's manuscripts ...
Shortbus... udio performances "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby", which opens the film(2006) by John Cameron Mitchell
National Film Registry... Sherman's March was also chosen for preservation by the Library of Congressin 2000 as an "historically significant American motion picture.
HereafterDamon's 2010 projects included Clint Eastwood'sand the Coen Brothers' remake of the 1969 John Wayne-starring Western True ...
Nintendo Power... t just to shoot all of the ducks, but to avoid being laughed at by the dog.listed the dog as one of the things they love to hate, stating that there ...
All the King's Men... 's attitude towards the procedure and, at times, changed it. The 1946 novelby Robert Penn Warren described a lobotomy, saying it "would have made a C ...
Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll... shouted lyrics, prefigured many later developments. In the documentary film, Bruce Springsteen demonstrates a compelling explanation of how Chuck Ber ...
Alamo Bay... the Ku Klux Klan, and also served as the basis for the 1985 Ed Harris film
Walkabout... bined with futuristic post-apocalyptic themes in the Mad Max series. 1971'swas a British film set in Australia which was a forerunner to many Austral ...
Antiquities of the JewsThe next work by Josephus is his twenty-one volume, completed during the last year of the reign of the Emperor Flavius Domit ...
Pravda... the scenes. Stalin struck an alliance with Communist Party theoretician andeditor Nikolai Bukharin and Soviet prime minister Alexei Rykov. Zinoviev a ...
That Certain Summer... hen a co-star in the controversial Emmy Award-winning 1972 television movie, said to be the first television movie in America to portray homosexualit ...
The Best of Everything... -penniless following Steele's death, accepted a supporting role in the film(1959). It was her first non-starring role in her later career
The Usual Suspects... elt Spacey was the right choice based on his performances in the 1995 filmsand Seven, and 1992's Glengarry Glen Ross. Spacey was surprised; he said, ...
AllmusicSteve Huey ofnotes that The Shirelles defined "the so-called girl group sound with thei ...
True Grit... after and the Coen Brothers' remake of the 1969 John Wayne-starring Western; the latter movie started filming in March 2010 and was released in Decem ...
The HistoriesThe oldest known mention of "Atlantic" is inof Herodotus around 450 BC (Hdt. 1.202.4): Atlantis thalassa (Greek: Ἀτλαν ...
Starman (film)... n songs together, singing harmonies all the time." Karen Allen when filmingin 1984
The Gambler... and the oldest of its type in Germany. Dostoyevsky is said to have writtenafter he lost his money and even his shirt here. The rooms were designed i ...
Punch... . Milne's work came to the attention of the leading British humour magazine, where Milne was to become a contributor and later an assistant editor
The Gay Science... lso contains the famous dictum "God is dead", which had appeared earlier in. In his autobiographical work Ecce Homo, Nietzsche states that the book's ...
How to Rap... . The art form can be broken down into different components, as in the bookwhere it is separated into “content”, “flow” (rhythm and rhyme), and “deli ...
Kiss of the Spider Woman... olden Space Needle include Whale Rider for 2003, Trainspotting for 1996 andfor 1985
Wolf Creek... ame in the 1980s and Japanese Story, The Proposition and the world-renownedin the 2000s. These films depict the Australian bush and its creatures as ...
Green Zone... d him in the Bourne Supremacy and Bourne Ultimatum, for the action thriller, which flopped commercially and received ambivalent reception from critic ...
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus... task of describing the kind of power an omnipotent being would have. In hishe stays generally within the realm of logical positivism, until claim 6.4 ...
Jagged Edge (film)... uitar with him on set." Glenn Close in reference to filming the 1985 movie,
Daily Telegraph... ritish filmmaker, he came first in a 2007 poll of film critics in Britain's, which said: "Unquestionably the greatest filmmaker to emerge from these ...
The Muppet Movie... t Show, the Muppets appeared in their first theatrical feature film, 1979's. The film was both a critical and financial success; it made US$65.2 mill ...
Catch-22... that IM was tasked to free. He then played Dobbs in the film adaptation of. Sheen was then a co-star in the controversial Emmy Award-winning 1972 te ...
The Jerusalem Post... l in southern Ashkelon, causing significant structural damage. According to, 4 people were seriously injured and 87 were treated for shock. 15 people ...
Why Girls Love Sailors... s were often used so the audience could visualize the scene for themselves.(1927) was a significant film for Hardy because it gave him two of his mos ...
Why We Suck... 05; he is thus credited as "Dr. Denis Leary" on the cover of his 2009 book,
Mad Max series... chopaths. These are combined with futuristic post-apocalyptic themes in the. 1971's Walkabout was a British film set in Australia which was a forerun ...
Araragi... Shiki, who accepted him as a student. Itō established the literary magazinein 1903, and served as its editor until 1908. During this time, he publish ...
Rolling Stone... n eccentric personality, continues to garner awards and praise, including areaders' pick placing him in second place of the magazine's "best drummers ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences... l Academy of Sciences meets annually in Washington, D.C., documented in the, the scholarly journal of the National Academy of Sciences. The National ...
Historia Regum Britanniae... of Britain and Matter of France, the former based on Geoffrey of Monmouth's("History of the Kings of Britain"), written in the 1130s
East of EdenIn John Steinbeck's novel, the atmosphere of Jenny's whorehouse is described as "tavern bacchanalia ...
Last Days of Coney Island... esults. His attempt to independently finance a low-budget animated feature,, intended as his most personal film, failed. In September 2002, Bakshi, L ...
Summa contra Gentiles... th internal angles that did not add up to 180 degrees. As Aquinas put it in
The Door in the Floor... artoonist. Some of his "doodles" have appeared in films including K-PAX and
Prose Edda... Icelandic mediaeval manuscript Codex Regius. Along with Snorri Sturluson's, the Poetic Edda is the most important extant source on Norse mythology a ...
Now I'll Tell One... 930s. The silent Hats Off (1927) has vanished completely. The first half of(1927) is lost and the second half has yet to be released on video. In the ...
An American in ParisIn 1951, MGM released the musical, featuring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. Winning the 1951 Best Picture Osc ...
Gospel of Mark... eference to Peter in Dial. 106.3, followed by a quotation found only in the(Mk 3:16–17). Therefore, according to Koester, it is likely that Justin ap ...
Network... posthumous Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the American satire, becoming the first Australian to win an Oscar for best actor
Kiss Me Kate... oned in Cole Porter's contemporaneous song, "Too Darn Hot", for his musical(1948) - "According to the Kinsey report/Every average man I know ..." (th ...
Tender Mercies... s in the Heart (starring Sally Field, Danny Glover and John Malkovich), andstarring Robert Duvall, were both filmed in Waxahachie. The movies 1918 an ...
The Poverty of HistoricismIn The Open Society and Its Enemies and, Popper developed a critique of historicism and a defence of the 'Open So ...
The Book of the Courtier... lations from both Latin and Greek. In the early 16th century, Castiglione () laid out his vision of the ideal gentleman and lady, while Machiavelli c ...
Tommy... les. These huge kits became well known, notably the amber set in the films,and Stardust, and in footage shot by the BBC at Charlton in 1974. The 1975 ...
The Trip to Bountiful... starring Robert Duvall, were both filmed in Waxahachie. The movies 1918 andwere also filmed there. The long-running television series Walker, Texas R ...
Paramount Pictures... with producer/director Charles Wallace that led to a follow-up in 1981 fortitled Late Flowering Love that saw Eric play a Second World War major. Th ...
Trainspotting... . Previous winners of the Golden Space Needle include Whale Rider for 2003,for 1996 and Kiss of the Spider Woman for 1985
Invictus... gby union team captain François Pienaar in the Clint Eastwood-directed film, which is based on the 2008 John Carlin book Playing the Enemy: Nelson Ma ...
The Hunchback of Notre Dame... e years old, was his mother's taking him to see Lon Chaney's performance in. The second incident occurred in 1932, when a carnival entertainer, one M ...
Le Grand Charles... in the BBC serial, Bertie and Elizabeth, and in the French TV mini-series,, about the life of Charles de Gaulle
A Theory of JusticeIn 1971 John Rawls published, noteworthy in its pursuit of moral arguments and eschewing of meta-ethic ...
White Mama... rd for (1979) with Gena Rowlands, and was nominated for her performances in(1980) and Little Gloria... Happy at Last (1982). She also played supporti ...
The Night Watch... e, brother of Napoleon Bonaparte. The paintings owned by that city, such asby Rembrandt, became part of the collection
Stardust... huge kits became well known, notably the amber set in the films, Tommy and, and in footage shot by the BBC at Charlton in 1974. The 1975–1976 white ...
Best Actress in a Leading Role... ner Bros. movies of the later 1940s, earning Crawford the Academy Award for
Destiny... Schuster, 1967), Hitchcock also said he was influenced by Fritz Lang's film(1921)
documentaries... ject of several books, a lengthy essay in Rolling Stone, two feature length, and was the inspiration for two Hollywood movies Boogie Nights and Wonde ...
Caert van't Landt van d'Eendracht... group of small circles. They are first named in print in Gerritsz' 1627 map, where they bear the label Fr. Houtman's abrolhos. On a map produced by h ...
Trouble in Store... low-budget star-vehicle comedies for the Rank Organisation, beginning within 1953. This film earned him a BAFTA Award for Most Promising Newcomer to ...
Gospel of John... mposed by Justin or his school. However, his use, or even knowledge, of theis uncertain. One possible reference to John is a saying that is quoted in ...
Number 13... of bad luck. His first directing project came in 1922 with the aptly titled. The production was cancelled due to financial problems and the few scene ...
New York... itive, passionate but with a mature grasp of the workings of human nature."magazine, however, thought Hawke's performance was only "middling.
Humoresque... top star and respected actress, appearing in such roles as Helen Wright in(1946), Louise Howell Graham in Possessed (1947, for which she was nominat ...
The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom... to 15 years for attempted murder. The story was made into a 1993 HBO movie,. Channelview is also home to Houston Astro's pitcher Chris Sampson, forme ...
White Shadows in the South Seas... our Dollar Island (1927). Irving Thalberg of M-G-M invited Flaherty to film(1928) in collaboration with W. S. Van Dyke, but their talents proved an u ...
The Man from Snowy River... n the theme of the female experience of life in the Australian bush. 1982'sstarring Tom Burlinson and Sigrid Thornton dramatised the classic Banjo Pa ...
The New York Times... ’s Canaanite silver calf, whose discovery was reported on the front page of
Powers of Ten... The airport area is also the central location of the short documentary filmby
Look-in... usion. Other comics have since been published by Maximum Press, Grandreams,Magazine, Realm Press and, currently, Dynamite Comics. Of all these series ...
The Scarlet Pimpernel... main antagonist Cathy Ames won her a Golden Globe. In 1982, she appeared inwith Anthony Andrews and Ian McKellen. In 1984, Seymour appeared nude in t ...
Principia EthicaMeta-ethics came to the fore with G.E. Moore's famous workfrom 1903. In it he first wrote about what he called the naturalistic fall ...
Santa Fe TrailErrol Flynn played Stuart in the movie, depicting his antebellum life, confronting John Brown in Kansas and at H ...
Prose EddaHermóðr appears distinctly in section 49 of thebook Gylfaginning. There, it is described that the gods were speechless an ...
Prose Edda... iskviða she is the mother of Týr, the poem suggests by Hymir, but the laterstates that Óðinn is his father
La révolution française... niversary of the French Revolution, Seymour appeared in the television film, filmed in both French and English. Seymour appeared as the doomed French ...
Medicine Under Canvas... pportunity to discuss the events. An account of one survivor is recorded in, on page 141 of the second edition, which also offers details of 77th Eva ...
Places in the Heart... lar in the movie industry in the mid 1980s. The Academy-Award winning films(starring Sally Field, Danny Glover and John Malkovich), and Tender Mercie ...
Jerry Desmonde... tion to a straight man, often played by Edward Chapman (as Mr Grimsdale) or. They benefited from Wisdom's capacity for physical slapstick comedy and ...
Possessed... in such roles as Helen Wright in Humoresque (1946), Louise Howell Graham in(1947, for which she was nominated for a second Oscar for Best Actress) an ...
NME... que and at odds with everything else on the market – it was picked up on bywho championed the band, although one guest reviewer, John Lydon of Public ...
The Kids Are Alright... ak Starkey. His final kit, a dark metallic one, is seen in the footage fromat Shepperton in 1978
8 Mile... ition outside of the African-American community with rapper Eminem's movie,
The SandlotLeary has appeared as an actor in over 40 movies, including, as Scott's stepfather Bill, Monument Ave., The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suic ...
Dracula... Will o' the wisp makes an appearance in the first chapter of Bram Stoker's, as the Count, masquerading as his own coach driver, takes Jonathan Harke ...
Octopussy... Wallace for MGM/UA, it was released in the cinema with the James Bond film, and later Wargames. Wallace and Eric were half way through filming a fou ...
Species Plantarum...  napobrassica was first validly published by Carl Linnaeus in his 1753 workas a variety of B. oleracea: B. oleracea var. napobrassica. It has since b ...
Hairspray... atch Me If You Can, Pulp Fiction, Wedding Crashers, The Rundown, Click, and, as well as music videos by recording artists such as Madonna, Journey, R ...
The Watcher in the Woods... supporting roles in two Disney films, Return from Witch Mountain (1978) and(1980)
The IndependentAt one time the offices ofgroup of publications were situated in the Docklands. In 2008 Independent ...
A Midwinter's TalePlays such as I Hate Hamlet or movies such asare about a production of Hamlet, which in turn includes a production of T ...
Superior Ultraman 8 BrothersHis latest appearance will be in the latest Ultraman movie,
Prose Edda... ngandr, who then either breaks loose or, as told in the Gylfaginning of the, is cut loose by Hymir. The Prose Edda provides the additional detail tha ...
Politico... papers are based in Northern Virginia, such as The Washington Examiner and. The paper with the nation's widest circulation, USA Today, with 1.83 mil ...
Youth Without YouthDamon had an uncredited cameo in Francis Ford Coppola's(2007) and another cameo in the 2008 Che Guevara biopic Che. He lent his v ...
Stardust... early days of British rock 'n' roll. Moon reprised the role for the sequelin 1974. The film co-starred Moon's friend Ringo Starr of The Beatles. He ...
Conan the Barbarian... nearly century-old house (now a museum) of Robert E. Howard, author of thebooks
Nouvelle Revue FrançaiseIn 1908, Gide helped found the literary magazine(The New French Review). In 1916, Marc Allégret, only 15 years old, became ...
Book of ShadowsThe television fantasy series Charmed features a fictionalwhich contains spells and arcane law, and has a supernatural ability to de ...
the novel... Reeve. In 1981, she appeared in the television film East of Eden, based onby John Steinbeck. Her portrayal of main antagonist Cathy Ames won her a G ...
Whale Rider... the end of each movie. Previous winners of the Golden Space Needle includefor 2003, Trainspotting for 1996 and Kiss of the Spider Woman for 1985
The Concept of Anxiety... as first attributed to Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813–1855). In(also known as The Concept of Dread, depending on the translation), Kierke ...
The Gardeners Dictionary... nist elevated Linnaeus' variety to species rank as Brassica napobrassica in, which is the currently accepted name
Mildred PierceCrawford wanted to play the title role in(1945), but Bette Davis was the studio's first choice. However, Davis turn ...
The Execution of Private Slovik... evision drama for his portrayal of Pvt. Eddie Slovik in the television film. Based on an incident that occurred during World War II, the film told th ...
Expressionist... ted Kingdom. As with many of his earlier works, this film was influenced bytechniques Hitchcock had witnessed first-hand in Germany. Some commentator ...
Official Nintendo Magazine... unt will tell stories of broken TVs, controllers, and NESes due to the dog.listed him as the eighth greatest Nintendo moment, describing him as being ...
Necronomicon... ed "Mad Arab" credited with authoring the imaginary book Kitab al-Azif (the), and as such an integral part of Cthulhu Mythos lore
Emerald City... uccessful Australian films including: Don's Party (1976); Gallipoli (1981),(1988), and Balibo (2009)
Somewhere in Time... enly Dog opposite Chevy Chase, and as Elise McKenna in the romantic fantasyopposite Christopher Reeve. In 1981, she appeared in the television film E ...
BraveheartA well-known account is presented in the film, directed by and starring Mel Gibson, written by Randall Wallace, and fil ...
Gray's Anatomy... ms, such as the nervous or respiratory systems. The major anatomy textbook,, has recently been reorganized from a systems format to a regional format ...
The Dartmouth... f a number of student organizations including the Dartmouth Outing Club anddaily newspaper
King of Jazz... n he provided arrangements (and perhaps portions of the score) for the film. Published data for this movie do not list Grofé as the score's composer, ...
On the Origin of SpeciesIn(1859), Charles Darwin proposed evolution through natural selection, a the ...
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy... tion based on how much it contributes to the social harmony of a state. Thedescribes Mohist consequentialism, dating back to the 5th century BC, as " ...
Nature... s against its classifications, on the basis of documentation or criteria. Aeditorial defended the Red List's relevance in October 2008
Pulp Fiction... Kill, At Close Range, King of New York, True Romance, Catch Me If You Can,, Wedding Crashers, The Rundown, Click, and Hairspray, as well as music vi ...
Oliver!... dhood. Mendes later met with Spielberg; impressed by Mendes' productions ofand Cabaret, Spielberg encouraged him to consider American Beauty
IMAX... es also narrated the documentaries Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West (2002,), Raising the Mammoth (2000, TV), and The Heroes of Rock and Roll (1979, ...
The Craft... and has a supernatural ability to defend itself from harm. In the 1996 film, which some critics saw as a major influence on the series Charmed, the B ...
The Prince... undiced eye on "la verita effetuale delle cose"the actual truth of thingsin, composed, humanist style, chiefly of parallel ancient and modern example ...
Strange Cargo... in 1939. She broke from formula by taking the unglamorous role of Julie in(1940), her eighth and final film with Gable. Crawford then starred as a f ...
Boston HeraldShe ran for State Auditor in 1998 and was endorsed by the. Howell lost finishing with 102,198 votes for 5.71% of the total vote. Ho ...
USA Today... e the young white man she has chosen to marry. Of the film, Bernie Mac toldin 2003, "Interracial dating is not that significant anymore." In the arti ...
Rocketship X-M... original film scores included Early to Bed (1928), Time Out of Mind (1947),(1950) and The Return of Jesse James (1950)
Encyclopædia Britannica... Webster Dictionary both define rock and roll as synonymous with rock music., on the other hand, regards it as the music that originated in the mid-19 ...
American Political Science Review... ors. The American Political Science Association was founded in 1903 and thewas founded in 1906 in an effort to distinguish the study of politics from ...
Les Enfants du paradis... lève (Daybreak, 1939), Les Visiteurs du soir (The Night Visitors, 1942) and(The Children of Paradise, 1945). The latter often appears on critics' lis ...
The California KidIn 1974 Sheen portrayed a hot rod driver in the television movie, and that same year received an Emmy Award nomination for Best Actor in a ...
The Golden Age of Comedy... ps of their work were featured in Robert Youngson's silent-film compilation. For the remaining eight years of his life, Stan Laurel refused to perfor ...
Freedomnomics... red five books, including More Guns, Less Crime, The Bias Against Guns, and
Return from Witch Mountain... Happy at Last (1982). She also played supporting roles in two Disney films,(1978) and The Watcher in the Woods (1980)
Gallipoli... an soldier during the Boer War and was followed by 1981's World War I dramadirected by Peter Weir and starring Mel Gibson. These films, now considere ...
Harvard Law Review... on to study law at Harvard Law School, where he was a Notes Editor for the. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law in 1960, becoming a Sheldo ...
Ordet... es reconciled to their neighbours through a miracle. A 1955 film version ofwas directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, and won the Golden Globe Award that y ...
London Gazette... vy Council on that occasion, and the Sovereign's speech is published in the. That special assembly of the Privy Council and others held to proclaim t ...
MetaphysicsAs a teenager, he was greatly troubled by theof Aristotle, which he could not understand until he read al-Farabi's comm ...
Syntactic Structures... n ideas sleep furiously" is a sentence composed by Noam Chomsky in his 1957as an example of a sentence that is grammatically correct (logical form) b ...
The Good Shepherd... ed as an energy analyst in Syriana. In 2006, Damon joined Robert De Niro inas a career CIA officer, and played an undercover mobster working for the ...
Les Enfants du Paradis... y in schools. Some of the movies he wrote are extremely well regarded, withconsidered one of the greatest films of all time
Lost in La ManchaBridges narrated the documentary(2002), about the "unmaking" of a Terry Gilliam retelling of Don Quixote, ...
Troy... ith no direct evidence of sexual behaviors with Patroclus. In the 2004 film, Achilles and Patroclus were cousins
The Gay Science... fore Zarathustra, Nietzsche had mentioned the concept in the fourth book of(e.g., sect. 341); this was the first public proclamation of the notion by ...
Olympia... y of their videos and concerts, including the use of excerpts from the filmby Leni Riefenstahl in the video for the Depeche Mode cover "Stripped". Th ...
film... fictionalised account of this period in Sassoon's life, and was made into astarring James Wilby as Sassoon and Jonathan Pryce as W. H. R. Rivers, the ...
BlackmailIn 1929, Hitchcock began work on his tenth film. While the film was still in production, the studio, British Internationa ...
Nanook of the North(1922) was a successful film, and Flaherty was in great demand afterwards. ...
Musical America... en freely and is more modern than his previous works. Gershwin explained in, "My purpose here is to portray the impressions of an American visitor in ...
Dead Calm... rald City (1988), and Bangkok Hilton (1989), and in 1989, Kidman starred inalongside Sam Neill and Billy Zane. The thriller garnered strong reviews a ...
USA Today... 7. In 2006, Tulsa's Oktoberfest was named one of the top 10 in the world byand one of the top German food festivals in the nation by Bon Appetit maga ...
Time... butt of jokes on The Tonight Show and other late-night television programs.magazine said Kennedy was being perceived as a "Palm Beach boozer, lout an ...
Atari ST... rn 1970), a French musician known by the alias Jess, wrote chiptunes on theduring the 1990s
The Women... back with her role as home-wrecker Crystal Allen in director George Cukor'sin 1939. She broke from formula by taking the unglamorous role of Julie in ...
That'll Be the DayIn 1973, Moon was featured in the film, playing J.D. Clover, the drummer in a fictional early-era rock-and-roll ...
One Nine Nine Four... en confirmed to be a part of a documentary about modern punk music entitled. The film was due to be released in 2009 but has been delayed
Rocketship X-MHis soundtrack to the 1950 science fiction filmincluded the use of the theremin. His monumental Grand Canyon Suite is his ...
Handbook of Texas... n area and Harris County. The population was 29,685 at the 2000 census. Thedescribes Channelview as "an oil refinery suburb of metropolitan Houston.
Science... s Lynn Thorndike, starting with a letter in the 1915 edition of the journal, and repeated in several books of his. M. M. Pattison Muir also expressed ...
Eikonoklastes... a plea, while Parliament commissioned John Milton to write a rejoinder, the("The Iconoclast"), but the response made little headway against the patho ...
Brainstorm... r Hunter, Annie Hall, The Prophecy trilogy, The Dogs of War, Sleepy Hollow,, The Dead Zone, A View to a Kill, At Close Range, King of New York, True ...
Emerald City... During the 1980s, she appeared in several Australian productions, including(1988), and Bangkok Hilton (1989), and in 1989, Kidman starred in Dead Cal ...
AM 748 I 4to... also included in editions of the Poetic Edda. Important manuscripts include, Hauksbók and Flateyjarbók. Many of the poems are quoted in Snorri's Edda ...
western... ithin a particular medium. For instance, well recognized genres in film are, horror and romantic comedy. Genres in music include death metal and trip ...
Deep ThroatWith the success of(1972), Behind the Green Door (1972), and The Devil in Miss Jones (1973), ...
Los Angeles TimesThe reaction to Hawke's performance as the title role is also mixed. Thedescribed him as a "superb Prince of Denmark - youthful, sensitive, passio ...
Dataquest... India, among engineering colleges, it ranked #3 by Outlook India, and #1 byin 2011. Amongst government engineering colleges, it was ranked #1 by Mint ...
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote... "unmaking" of a Terry Gilliam retelling of Don Quixote, tentatively titled, which would have starred Johnny Depp as Sancho Panza and Jean Rochefort ...
Loeb Classical Library... m France and Spain. This was the version used by H. St J. Thackeray for theedition widely used today. William Whiston, who created perhaps the most f ...
La Révolution française... (1988), the ill-fated queen Marie Antoinette in the 1989 political thriller, and the American television series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman (1993–1998) ...
Stardust... s. He would reprise this role the following year in Michael Apted's sequel,
Hey, Cinderella!... imed at a young audience and hosted by Kermit the Frog. The series included, The Frog Prince, and The Muppet Musicians of Bremen
Dialogue with TryphoJustin Martyr, in his First Apology (ca. 155) and(ca. 160), sometimes refers to written sources consisting of narratives of ...
Mr. 3000... en, Back to the Future, Bewitched, Cats & Dogs, Marley and Me, The Mexican,, Music and Lyrics, A Perfect Murder, Wag the Dog, and Wonderland, and in ...
Life... n moneymaking stars from 1932, the first year of the poll, through 1936 andmagazine proclaimed her "First Queen of the Movies" in 1937. Later in 1937 ...
Loeb Classical Library... manuscript P, but refers also to AMW and R. Henry St. John Thackery for thehas a Greek text also mainly dependent on P. André Pelletier edited a new ...
BMX Bandits... ian children's TV and Film in the early 1980s - including starring roles inand Bush Christmas. During the 1980s, she appeared in several Australian p ...
AlibiAustin Trevor debuted the role of Poirot on screen in the 1931 British film. The film was based on the stage play. Trevor reprised the role of Poirot ...
The Muppet Musicians of Bremen... Kermit the Frog. The series included Hey, Cinderella!, The Frog Prince, and
Opperlandse taal- & letterkunde... he Dutch Wikipedia states, however, that Hugo Brandt Corstius, in his book,, came up with the longest existing Dutch palindrome—potstalmelkkoortspils ...
The Stunt Man... did not fit standard industry niches, such as Richard Rush's multi-layered(1980). SIFF was instrumental in the entry of Dutch films into the United ...
Nanook of the North... rom Revillon Frères, a French fur trade company to shoot what was to become. On the 15th of August, 1920 Flaherty arrived in Port Harrison, Quebec to ...
Grand HotelThe studio then cast her in, which starred the most famous actors of the 1930s and was MGM's most pre ...
Victor/Victoria... eer in the 1960s (and more recently having co-starred in the box office hitopposite Julie Andrews two years earlier)
Murder on the Orient ExpressAlbert Finney played Poirot in 1974 in the cinematic version of. Finney is the only actor to receive an Academy Award nomination for play ...
Last Man StandingIn the 1996 film, Walken plays a sadistic gangster. That year, he played a prominent role ...
Mutiny on the Bounty... d in Australian themed films, including The Desert Rats, The Sundowners and. Similarly, Peter Finch starred in quintessentially Australian roles (suc ...
Unaccustomed As We Are... and made a seamless transition to the talking era in their first sound film(1929). The title took its name from the familiar phrase "Unaccustomed as ...
Best Actor... right and Penn attended the 81st Academy Awards together, at which Penn won, but the couple announced separation again in April 2009, only to be with ...
Thomas Telford... pment of the network, therefore, had to be left to other engineers, such as
The 39 Steps... he company, The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), was a success and his second,(1935), is often considered one of the best films from his early period. T ...
Memoirs of a Geisha... for best score. More recently, he was the violin soloist for the 2005 film, along with cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Perlman played selections from the musical ...
Jersey Boys... Variety wrote that it had "a tunestack only one quarter as imperishable" as. The musical received some positive recognition; Leavel was nominated for ...
Godspell... music career in 1972 as the musical director for the Toronto production of, starring Victor Garber, Gilda Radner, Martin Short, Eugene Levy, Dave Th ...
The North Jefferson NewsLocal publications include(weekly) & The Birmingham News (daily)
Somewhere In Time... known for her performances in the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973),(1980), East of Eden (1982), Onassis: The Richest Man in the World (1988), ...
Hum Tum... e film has inspired countless romantic comedies, including A Lot Like Love,and Definitely, Maybe. In addition, the film helped popularize many ideas ...
The Nation... hinese Honghuzi in action against the Russians during the war, described inmagazine: "He had some amusing and exciting experiences with the Hung-hutz ...
Madame Sin... vision films that were each intended as pilots for upcoming series for NBC,with Robert Wagner, and The Judge and Jake Wyler, with Joan Van Ark, but i ...
The Mexican... President's Men, Back to the Future, Bewitched, Cats & Dogs, Marley and Me,, Mr. 3000, Music and Lyrics, A Perfect Murder, Wag the Dog, and Wonderlan ...
Death on the NilePeter Ustinov played Poirot a total of six times, starting with(1978). He reprised the role in Evil Under the Sun (1982) and Appointment ...
Nineteen Eighty-Four... ludes such words as "Orwellian" (from George Orwell, referring to his novel) and "Ballardesque" or "Ballardian" (from J.G. Ballard, author of Crash). ...
The Structure of Scientific RevolutionsThomas Kuhn’s influential bookargued that scientists work in a series of paradigms, and that falsificati ...
BloodRayne... s Schindler's List (1993), Sexy Beast (2000), House of Sand and Fog (2003),(2005) and Hugo (2011)
Shakespeare in Love... s. Brown (1997), and has since been acclaimed for her work in such films as(1998), Chocolat (2000), Iris (2001), Mrs Henderson Presents (2005) and No ...
ForbesIn 2005,magazine listed Stockton as having 6,570 crimes per 100,000 residents — th ...
Evil Under the Sun... six times, starting with Death on the Nile (1978). He reprised the role in(1982) and Appointment with Death (1988)
The New York Times... nt Weekly Clark Collis gave the musical a "B-" rating. Charles Isherwood ofcalled it "dismal" and Steven Suskin of Variety wrote that it had "a tunes ...
The Gene Krupa StoryThe following year O'Day made a cameo appearance in, singing "Memories of You". Late in 1959, she toured Europe with Benny Go ...
The Desert Rats... In Hollywood, Rafferty also appeared in Australian themed films, including, The Sundowners and Mutiny on the Bounty. Similarly, Peter Finch starred ...
The Old Dark House... nd critic. His novel Benighted (1927) was adapted into the James Whale film(1932); the novel has been published under the film's name in the United S ...
Amadeus... perhaps best known for his Oscar-nominated portrayal of Mozart in the movieand his role as "Pinto" in National Lampoon's Animal House. Additional act ...
Mrs. Brown... She received several notable film awards for her role as Queen Victoria in(1997), and has since been acclaimed for her work in such films as Shakesp ...
The Wiz... her sisters sang, danced and performed skits. In 1978 during the filming of, La Toya traveled with her brother to New York. Sharing an apartment, it ...
Operation Dumbo Drop... , Wag the Dog, Demolition Man, Judgment Night, The Thomas Crown Affair, and. He had a small part in Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers, playing a ra ...
Nick of Time... ith director Abel Ferrara and writer Nicholas St. John. He also appeared in, which also stars Johnny Depp, and an art house film by David Salle, "Sea ...
The Man Who Knew Too Much... con at Gaumont-British Picture Corporation. His first film for the company,(1934), was a success and his second, The 39 Steps (1935), is often consid ...
Entertainment WeeklyThe show received mixed to negative reviews.Clark Collis gave the musical a "B-" rating. Charles Isherwood of The New ...
A Lot Like Love... Romances list. The film has inspired countless romantic comedies, including, Hum Tum and Definitely, Maybe. In addition, the film helped popularize m ...
Lord Edgware Dies... e stage play. Trevor reprised the role of Poirot twice, in Black Coffee and. Trevor said once that he was probably cast as Poirot simply because he c ...
The Century MagazineThe first stories were published in 1917 by Edward O'Reilly for, and collected and reprinted in 1923 in the book Saga of Pecos Bill (1923 ...
Gandhi... ards in his career. He is known for starring as Mohandas Gandhi in the filmin 1982, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor. He is also kno ...
Luke... Synoptic Gospels, and that the two other synoptic evangelists, Matthew and, used Mark's Gospel as one of their sources. The theory of Markan priorit ...
NME... d be beneficial and advocating health care reform. In a 2012 interview with, Hoppus stated that he prefers the healthcare system in the United Kingdo ...
Computer Power UserRob Malda also wrote a monthly column for. In 2002, he was named to the MIT Technology Review TR100 as one of the t ...
Jaws (film)... ewitchin' Pool" and the voices for Sean and Michael Brody in some scenes of, it was mostly because the children's voices were difficult to distinguis ...
Newsweek... ed as one of the technologically most advanced colleges in the world (as ins 2004 ranking of "Hottest for the Tech-Savvy" and Yahoo!'s 1998 "Wired Co ...
The Lady VanishesHitchcock's next major success was his 1938 film, a fast-paced film about the search for a kindly old Englishwoman Miss Fr ...
Wild Side... s trademark dancing scene as he performs the tango. In 1995, he appeared in, The Prophecy and the modern vampire flick The Addiction, which was his s ...
Definitely, Maybe... nspired countless romantic comedies, including A Lot Like Love, Hum Tum and. In addition, the film helped popularize many ideas about love that have ...
The Travels of Marco Polo... st Europeans to travel the Silk Road to China, and his tales, documented in, opened Western eyes to some of the customs of the Far East. He was not t ...
Publishers Weekly... apf, David McConnell, and Pete Krebs. The book received mixed reviews, withremarking that while "Nugent manages to patch together the major beats of ...
The Last of the Blonde Bombshells... resents (2005) and Notes on a Scandal (2006), and the television production(2001)
Moll Flanders... t Penn. The same year, she starred in the film adaptation of Daniel Defoe'sfor which she received a Satellite Nomination for Best Actress in a Drama. ...
1984 film version... t in war, the family has even developed an Atreides battle language (in the, this language is presented as a system of hand signals; the novels also ...
All the President's MenBoca has been mentioned in many movies, including, Back to the Future, Bewitched, Cats & Dogs, Marley and Me, The Mexican, ...
Matthew... of the three Synoptic Gospels, and that the two other synoptic evangelists,and Luke, used Mark's Gospel as one of their sources. The theory of Markan ...
The Music Box... ture film was Pardon Us (1931). The most memorable Laurel and Hardy film is(1932), the image of the duo forever pushing a piano up a tremendous fligh ...
Suda... ame word (ebxi~) expressed both. The characteristic mark of the vow, as theand the Greek Church Fathers remark, was that it was a promise either of t ...
Mad... n American cartoonist. He is notable for his work in the satirical magazine, including his trademark feature, the Mad Fold-in. As of 2010, Jaffee rem ...
MGM... he early sound film, Our Blushing Brides (1930), another financial success,began to develop a more sophisticated image of Crawford, rather than conti ...
Back to the FutureBoca has been mentioned in many movies, including All the President's Men,, Bewitched, Cats & Dogs, Marley and Me, The Mexican, Mr. 3000, Music and ...
The News & Observer... newspaper and radio reporter, first as a sportswriter and news reporter for, and also as assistant city editor and city editor for The Raleigh Times. ...
Modern Moral PhilosophyThe term "consequentialism" was coined by G.E.M. Anscombe in her essay "" in 1958, to describe what she saw as the central error of certain moral ...
Mr. & Mrs. Smith... nd would result in an incident during the filming of his 1941 production of, where Carole Lombard brought some heifers onto the set with name tags of ...
Mrs Henderson Presents... in such films as Shakespeare in Love (1998), Chocolat (2000), Iris (2001),(2005) and Notes on a Scandal (2006), and the television production The La ...
Esdras... aused certain books to fall into my hands. They are Chaldean books [...] of, of Zoroaster and of Melchior, oracles of the magi, which contain a brief ...
Rolling Stone... our friends that the US needs to look over here and take some cues." A 2000cover story describes Hoppus as believing in God and "praying every night" ...
SEX... Also in 1992, Walken appeared in Madonna's controversial coffee table book,, and he played Bobby, Cassandra's manager in Wayne's World 2
Pardon UsLaurel and Hardy's first starring feature film was(1931). The most memorable Laurel and Hardy film is The Music Box (1932), ...
Fahrenheit 451Oskar Werner and Julie Christie starred in(1966), an adaptation of Bradbury's novel directed by François Truffaut
The Firm... ecause she was pregnant. She had to back out of the role of Abby McDeere in(1993), with Tom Cruise, upon discovering that she was pregnant with her s ...
Appointment with Death... h on the Nile (1978). He reprised the role in Evil Under the Sun (1982) and(1988)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... outright for $250,000, outbidding Fox Searchlight Pictures, October Films,and Lakeshore Entertainment. DreamWorks planned to make the film for $6–8  ...
Pavane pour une infante défunte... nt from important French music. Erik Satie’s Gymnopédie and Maurice Ravel’s, composed before World War II, reflect melancholy sentiment without angst ...
Rocky IV... in America" (written by Dan Hartman), which was featured prominently in thefilm and soundtrack. Brown performed the song in the film at Apollo Creed' ...
Pulp Fiction... f four commentaries on the DVD. Walken has a supporting role in Tarantino'sas a Vietnam veteran giving his dead comrade's son the family's prized pos ...
UntamedHer first talkie was(1929), opposite Robert Montgomery, which was a box office success. Crawfo ...
The Martian Chronicles... and three short stories from the book, the film received mediocre reviews.became a three-part TV miniseries starring Rock Hudson which was first bro ...
Performance... ovocative song lyrics, and his role of the bisexual Turner in the 1970 film. One of his biographers, Christopher Andersen, describes him as "one of t ...
Wag the Dog... epfather Bill, Monument Ave., The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg,, Demolition Man, Judgment Night, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Operation D ...
Eureka Stockade... n films as Forty Thousand Horsemen, The Rats of Tobruk, The Overlanders and(Overlanders and Eureka were part of a series of Australian themed films p ...
SabakaForay appeared on camera in a major role only once, inas a high priestess of a fire cult. She also appeared on camera in an epis ...
Doctor Detroit... e mainstream audience. He appeared in the feature films The Blues Brothers,and Rocky IV, as well as guest starring in the Miami Vice episode "Missing ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... o the poor condition of the facilities, the British Government commissionedto design a prefabricated hospital, which could be built in England and sh ...
The Shiralee... ing A Town Like Alice (1956) which starred Virginia McKenna and Peter Finch;(1957) also starring Peter Finch with Australian actors Charles Tingwell, ...
Guess WhoThe 2005 filmstarring Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac is a loose remake styled as a comed ...
parodyIn 2003, comedian Daniele Luttazzi published the screenplay Tabù, an almostof the film. In the variation, the engaged lovers are aged 40 (him) and 12 ...
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... title character in The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) and was nominated for thein Invictus (2009). He is one of the top 40 highest grossing actors of all ...
Jazz on a Summer's Day... Shearing, Cal Tjader, and Thelonious Monk. She appeared in the documentary, filmed at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival which increased her popularity. ...
RebeccaWith the prestigious Selznick picturein 1940, Hitchcock made his first American movie, set in England and based ...
Suicide Kings... andlot, as Scott's stepfather Bill, Monument Ave., The Matchmaker, The Ref,, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Man, Judgment Night, The Thomas Crown Affa ...
Casino Royale... Pont, a rich American businessman (whom he briefly met and gambled with in), to watch Auric Goldfinger, with whom Du Pont is playing Canasta in orde ...
GuernicaIn the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso's(1937) used arresting cubist techniques and stark monochromatic oils, to d ...
L'Humanité... distributed in Traves. A day later, an article in the Communist publicationrevealed Peiper's presence in Traves and he became the subject of death th ...
The Dartmouth... een Bus, the controversial conservative newspaper The Dartmouth Review, and, arguably the nation's oldest university newspaper. The Dartmouth describ ...
The Ref... ing The Sandlot, as Scott's stepfather Bill, Monument Ave., The Matchmaker,, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Man, Judgment Night, The Th ...
English JourneyIn 1934 he published the travelogue, which is an account of what he saw and heard while travelling through th ...
Chicago Tribune... ater, O'Hare was honored when Colonel Robert R. McCormick, publisher of the, suggested a name change of Chicago's Orchard Depot Airport as tribute to ...
The Comfort of Strangers, an art house film directed by Paul Schrader, had the distinction of prov ...
The Cambridge History of Ancient China... eat to social stability. Stanford sinologist David Shepherd Nivison, in the, writes that the moral goods of Mohism "are interrelated: more basic weal ...
film of the same name... eated by Earl Hamner, Jr., based on his book Spencer's Mountain, and a 1963. The show is centered on a family in a rural Virginia community during th ...
The Departed... erformances in dramas such as Syriana (2005), The Good Shepherd (2006), and(2006). He garnered a Golden Globe nomination for portraying the title cha ...
Opus MajusBacon'scontains treatments of mathematics and optics, alchemy, and the positions ...
The Disappearance of Aimee... osed immediately. She played supporting roles in Burnt Offerings (1976) and(1976), but clashed with Karen Black and Faye Dunaway, the stars of the tw ...
Variety... ances at New York's Beacon Theatre. It screened in Berlin in February 2008.s Todd McCarthy said the film "takes full advantage of heavy camera covera ...
Easy AIn the film "" Olive refers to a gay friend as "Kinsey-6 gay.
The SimsWright's greatest success to date came as the original designer forgames series. The game spawned multiple sequels and expansions and Wright ...
New Yorker... 008, Jaffee was honored by the Reuben Awards as the Cartoonist of the Year.cartoonist Arnold Roth said, "Al Jaffee is one of the great cartoonists of ...
The Birds... an of the 1960s and 70s, with starring roles in The Time Machine (1960) and(1963)
The Muppets Take Manhattan... as a financial and critical success, and, a year later, the Muppet-starring(directed by Frank Oz) did fair box-office business, grossing $25.5 millio ...
Mary Poppins... butler in several Shirley Temple films, and the role of Constable Jones in. (He was perhaps best known in later years as Merv Griffin's TV talk show ...
The Mindscape of Alan Moore... filmed for the screen is one of the scenes in the documentary feature film, which was shot in early 2002. The dramatization consists of the John Con ...
The Conspirator... . She has appeared in films such as Toys, Message in a Bottle, Unbreakable,, Moneyball and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
A Christmas Carol... de la Mancha by Cervantes), a scrooge (from the main character in Dickens's), or a pollyanna (from Eleanor H. Porter's book of the same name). James ...
Hart's War... the Bulge (1965) and Saints and Soldiers (2004). It was also alluded to in(2002), where the hero discovers the bodies of the victims
The Unknown... n Novarro, William Haines, John Gilbert and Tim McCoy. Crawford appeared in(1927), starring Lon Chaney, Sr. who played a carnival knife thrower with ...
Histories... ptian name was Neith; and they identified her with Athena. (Timaeus 21e), (2:170–175)
A Sound of ThunderIn 2005, the filmwas released, loosely based upon the short story of the same name. The fil ...
Humbug... rtzman's first two post-Mad publishing efforts, Trump and the creator-owned. In 2008, the first full reprint of Humbug was published as a two-volume ...
fables of Aesop... sed Louis XIV to include thirty-nine fountains each representing one of thein the labyrinth of Versailles in the gardens of Versailles. The work was ...
Syriana... while also gaining critical acclaim for his performances in dramas such as(2005), The Good Shepherd (2006), and The Departed (2006). He garnered a G ...
From HellLobotomization is a plot element in the 2001 film,with Johnny Depp and Heather Graham
Tall Tale... ature Melody Time. He was portrayed by Patrick Swayze in Disney's 1995 film
Melody MakerThe third album, My Side of Your Window, released in 1969, becamemagazine's Folk Album of the Month. In July, McTell had appeared at Cambri ...
Biloxi Blues... into his empire, his character mostly based on criminal Bruce Johnston. In(1988), Walken played an eccentric drill sergeant, known for his stinging ...
The Dartmouth Review... tionally recognized Big Green Bus, the controversial conservative newspaper, and The Dartmouth, arguably the nation's oldest university newspaper. Th ...
Georgia Rule... of film and television projects, such as One Tree Hill, The Girl Next Door,, and Paranoid Park
28 Weeks Later... the headquarters for Army Officials in Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's 2007 movie. The docklands also appear in The Ruby in the Smoke, a novel by Philip Pu ...
The Time Machine... become a Hollywood leading man of the 1960s and 70s, with starring roles in(1960) and The Birds (1963)
Jester... lumbia. He began working for two school papers, a humor magazine called theand the Columbia Review. Also on the Jesters staff were the poet Robert La ...
The Logic of Scientific Discovery... pper discussed this critique of naïve falsificationism in Chapters 3 & 4 of. For Popper, theories are accepted or rejected via a sort of selection pr ...
Monument Ave.... actor in over 40 movies, including The Sandlot, as Scott's stepfather Bill,, The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Ma ...
Sucker PunchIn the 2011 movie, Babydoll's impending lobotomy is what drives her to try to escape from t ...
AllmusicKeith Johnson ofdescribes a "Modern Creative" genre, in which "musicians may incorporate f ...
Prose EddaIn themore detailed information is given about the location, including a detaile ...
Saving Private RyanDamon has since starred in commercially successful films such as(1998), the Ocean's trilogy, and the Bourne series, while also gaining cri ...
Gospel of MarkMarkan priority is the hypothesis that thewas the first written of the three Synoptic Gospels, and that the two othe ...
Crazy Heart... Picture Show), and one of the oldest ever to win (2010, age 60, Best Actor,). Crazy Heart also won him the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Drama, an ...
Poltergeist IIIThe final film,, was directed and co-written by Gary Sherman and released June 10, 1988. ...
Boy's Own Paper... about this time period titled In Freedom's Cause. Henty, a producer of thefiction who wrote for that magazine, portrays the life of William Wallace, ...
Rocky IV... ce. He appeared in the feature films The Blues Brothers, Doctor Detroit and, as well as guest starring in the Miami Vice episode "Missing Hours" (198 ...
Spice WorldIn the movie, Hercule Poirot (Hugh Laurie) is about to blame a weapons-packing Emma Bu ...
Long John Silver... began his acting career in Australia, appearing in such Australian films as(1954) before transferring to the United States to become a Hollywood lead ...
Forrest Gump... Emmy nominations. She then starred in films such as The Princess Bride and(earning her a Golden Globe nomination). She has appeared in films such as ...
Washington Post... w York Times lauded it as a "vital and sharply intelligent film," while thereviewer deemed it as a "darkly interesting distraction but not much more.
Nine... October 2008 Hollywood returned to Wansford for the filming of the musical, starring Penelope Cruz and
Time... eep focus photography extensively in the films he shot with Gregg Toland.)"felt the film adaption was better than the original play
StandpointIn July 2008 controversy was again incited when the conservative magazinepublished a transcript of a double interview with Lawson and Tory Policy C ...
Atari ST... available for the Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga,, MSX and DOS, but was heavily criticised by gaming press at the time beca ...
Prose Edda... ogy, Elli (Old Norse "old age") is a personification of old age who, in thebook Gylfaginning, defeats Thor in a wrestling match
The Lion King... ears later when it was restored to host, among other shows, the hit musical. Gielgud's Hamlet was later taken to Elsinore Castle in Denmark (the actu ...
On Her Majesty's Secret Service... to replace Sean Connery portraying the superspy James Bond in the 1969 film
Federalist No. 39In the, James Madison argued that the Constitution was designed to be a mixture ...
The Princess Bride... hich earned her Daytime Emmy nominations. She then starred in films such asand Forrest Gump (earning her a Golden Globe nomination). She has appeared ...
The Celts... to provide music for the soundtrack of the 1986 BBC television documentary. The music she produced was featured on her first solo album, Enya (1987) ...
Pardon Us... foreign language and they received voice coaching to reproduce their lines.(1931) was re-shot in all four foreign languages. Blotto (1930), Chickens ...
Orwell's listPriestley's name was on, a list of people which George Orwell prepared in March 1949 for the Info ...
New York Times... as "Top Critics") gave favorable reviews. Film critic Elvis Mitchell of thelauded it as a "vital and sharply intelligent film," while the Washington ...
Pathé News... g place since 1914. In the early years it was covered every year by British
The Dartmouth Review... ." Some alumni and students, as well as the conservative student newspaper,, have sought to return the Indian symbol to prominence, but no team has w ...
TimeThe battle was covered in detail by, and Arafat's face appeared on the cover of the 13 December 1968 issue, b ...
Johnny Was... oking Barrels". Ganja Kru's "Super Sharp Shooter" is heard in the 2006 film
The Da Vinci Code... ond film, GoldenEye, at the former sugar beet factory. A scene for the filmwas filmed at Burghley House during five weeks secret filming in 2006; and ...
Dr. No... ini (Joseph Wiseman, who played the title role in the first James Bond film) and Lewis Abbott (Michael Strong), are brought in. With his partner Brod ...
Allmusic... l plasticity which are now an integral part of contemporary youth culture".has described Jagger as "one of the most popular and influential frontmen ...
The Big Snit... The scene where the family plays Scrabble was inspired by the 1985 cartoon
Topaz... y by The Paradine Case (132 minutes), North by Northwest (136 minutes), and(142 minutes)
replica of Phidias' statue... s known as the Athens of the South. In 1990, a gilded 41 feet (12.5 m) tallof Athena Parthenos was added. The state seal of California features an im ...
SS Great Eastern... ompleted on 27 July 1866. The lasting connections were achieved by the ship, captained by Sir James Anderson
Rolling StoneIn 2004,ranked them #76 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Pau ...
Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants... ecular authorities to crush the Peasant Rebellion of 1525 in Germany in his, based his argument on St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans 13:1-7
Acts... being is the recipient of the promise and is not merely a witness. Thus in23:21, over forty men, enemies of Paul, bound themselves, under a curse, n ...
Planet of the Apes... as ever. The surgeon is depicted as an inhumane crackpot. In the 1968 film, time travelling astronaut Landon (Robert Gunner) is subjected to a lobot ...
The Bridge on the River Kwai... ed-tailed Black Shark (Epalzeorhynchos bicolor) from the Mae Klong river offame possibly only survives in captivity. Ironically, while pollution and ...
Good Will Hunting... philanthropist whose career was launched following the success of the film(1997), from a screenplay he co-wrote with friend Ben Affleck. The pair wo ...
Brainstorm... ion of Stephen King's The Dead Zone. That same year, Walken also starred inalongside Natalie Wood and (in a minor role) his wife, Georgianne. Walken ...
The Frog Prince... nya (as opposed to Eithne) for writing some of the music for the 1984 movie, which was released on a soundtrack album of the same title. Another earl ...
The Tales of Beedle the Bard... y Hallows and its film adaptation. The story was later included in the book
They're a Weird Mob... w ebb with few notable productions produced during the 1960s. 1966's comedy, starring Walter Chiari, Chips Rafferty and Clare Dunne was a rare hit of ...
F1 Racing... en voted the best driver of all time in various motorsport polls, includingMagazine's 2004 poll and one involving current drivers as published by the ...
JohnIt is said in14:2-3 and also in the Al-Quran43:61 that Jesus will be sent again to eart ...
The Quadrature of the Parabola... ssively smaller. (See: Geometric series, 1/4 + 1/16 + 1/64 + 1/256 + · · ·,.) Modern calculus achieves the same result, using more rigorous methods ( ...
The House at Pooh CornerWinnie-the-Pooh was published in 1926, followed byin 1928. A second collection of nursery rhymes, Now We Are Six, was publis ...
USA Today... om a pen of a woman, not some Cinderella of a Working Girl." Mike Clark, of, gave the film three out of four stars, writing, "Crystal is funny enough ...
Harecastle Tunnel... s of thirty-five locks, pass through a three thousand yard long tunnel (the), then descend by a further forty locks to join the Trent at Wilden Ferry ...
A Bug's Life... ed Diego in the Ice Age film trilogy, and the pugnacious ladybug Francis in. He has produced numerous movies, television shows, and specials through ...
Man of AranProducer Michael Balcon took Flaherty on to direct(1934), which portrayed the harsh traditional lifestyle of the occupants o ...
Hats Off... idered lost, as they have not been seen in full since the 1930s. The silent(1927) has vanished completely. The first half of Now I'll Tell One (1927) ...
Suspicion... chcocks for the rest of their lives, although they kept their Bel Air home.(1941) marked Hitchcock's first film as a producer as well as director. Hi ...
adaptation... played schoolteacher-turned-psychic Johnny Smith in David Cronenberg's 1983of Stephen King's The Dead Zone. That same year, Walken also starred in Br ...
Foreign CorrespondentHitchcock's second American film, the European-set thriller(1940), based on Vincent Sheean's Personal History and produced by Walter ...
Prospect... rt, Michael Grubb, Chief Economist of the Carbon Trust, wrote an article inmagazine, defending the Kyoto Protocol and describing the committee's repo ...
The Sound of Music... nd Yes. The will-o'-the-wisp is also referred to during the song "Maria" in
Federalist No. 10Additionally, in the, James Madison argued against "an interested and overbearing majority" an ...
The Night They Raided Minsky'sHe also completed his first American film as a vaudeville comic in. After a typical performance on the Ed Sullivan Show, further US opportun ...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's NestA damning portrayal of the procedure is found in Ken Kesey's 1962 noveland its 1975 movie adaptation. Several patients in the mental ward receive ...
The City of GodThis was essentially the position taken by Augustine of Hippo in his
The True Law of Free Monarchies... a king can release his subjects from their allegiance." James's reading ofallowed that "...a good king will frame all his actions to be according to ...
The Dark Crystal... pets and displayed "a growing, brooding interest in mortality." With 1982's, which he co-directed with Frank Oz and also co-wrote, Henson said he was ...
Stuck on YouWhile filmingin 2003, Damon met Argentine-born Luciana Bozán Barroso (born 1976) in Mia ...
Experience... third husband, Alastair Boyd, 7th Baron Kilmarnock. Martin wrote the memoirabout the life, charm, and decline of his father
Roberry Under Arms... ian actors Charles Tingwell, Bill Kerr and Ed Devereaux in supporting roles;, again starring Finch in 1957; and Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (1959) ...
Kim... o mainstream consciousness by British novelist Rudyard Kipling in his novel(1901)
Chickens Come Home... Pardon Us (1931) was re-shot in all four foreign languages. Blotto (1930),(1931) and (1930) had French and Spanish versions
Mount Rushmore... timber became increasingly important to the area. With the establishment ofin the 1940s, Custer State Park, and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the Bla ...
Louisiana Story... m of Modern Art in 1942, the film was never authorized for general release.(1948) was a Flaherty documentary shot by himself and Richard Leacock, thi ...
Lolita... Coupland; "cyberspace", from Neuromancer by William Gibson; "nymphet" fromby Vladimir Nabokov
Epistle of James... Apol. 16:5 shows a combination of sayings material found in Matthew and the
The Princess Bride... ytime Emmy nominations. She shot to stardom after her roles as Buttercup inand Jenny Curran in Forrest Gump, the latter role garnering her Golden Glo ...
Notes on NursingNightingale wrote, which was published in 1859, a slim 136-page book that served as the cor ...
On War... ge, he studied military history and theory (including Carl von Clausewitz's), and later cited Conner's enormous influence on his military thinking, s ...
Newsweek... ors." David Ansen provided one of the rare negative reviews of the film for. He criticized the casting of Crystal, "Not surprisingly he handles the c ...
False Witness... the 1970 Berlin Jazz Festival. She also appeared in the films Zigzaga.k.a.with George Kennedy (1970) and The Outfit (1974) with Robert Duvall. She r ...
The Dogs of War... er Hunter director Cimino. Walken also starred in the 1981 action adventure, directed by John Irvin. He surprised many critics and filmgoers with his ...
Against ApionJosephus'sis a two-volume defence of Judaism as classical religion and philosophy, s ...
Shame... Cars That Ate Paris and Picnic at Hanging Rock in the 1970s, Razorback andin the 1980s and Japanese Story, The Proposition and the world-renowned Wo ...
The Great Muppet Caper... and was nominated for an Academy Award. In 1981, a Henson-directed sequel,, followed, and Henson decided to end the still-popular Muppet Show to con ...
Melody TimePecos Bill made the leap to film in the 1948 Disney animated feature. He was portrayed by Patrick Swayze in Disney's 1995 film Tall Tale
1960 movie version... nd loosely based upon William Jennings Bryan. In the climactic scene of the, Brady argues, "Natural law was born in the mind of the Creator. He can c ...
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1940 animated movie... s literature and has spawned many derivative works of art, such as Disney'sof the same name, and commonplace ideas such as a liar's long nose
Dieppe maps... piece of evidence for the claim of Portuguese priority is the 16th century, some of which are said to show the west coast of Australia, including an ...
Thomas Telford... ty of some turnpike trust. New engineered roads were built by John Metcalf,and John Macadam. The major turnpikes radiated from London and were the me ...
Now We Are Six... by The House at Pooh Corner in 1928. A second collection of nursery rhymes,, was published in 1927. All three books were illustrated by E. H. Shepard ...
Napoleon Dynamite... television, BYU is represented by Jon Heder '02 (best known for his role as), Golden Globe-nominated Aaron Eckhart '94, animator and filmmaker Don Bl ...
Le Morte d'ArthurSir Thomas Malory's("The Death of Arthur"), written in 1485, was important in defining the id ...
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo... h as Toys, Message in a Bottle, Unbreakable, The Conspirator, Moneyball and
Autosport... 17 current and former Formula One drivers conducted by the British magazinenamed Senna as "the greatest Formula One driver who ever lived"
Moby Dick... in 1953 by director John Huston to work on the screenplay for the 1956 film, which was faithfully based on the novel by Herman Melville and starred G ...
Atoll KLaurel and Hardy made one final film together,(1951), a French-Italian co-production directed by Leo Joannon, which was ...
Heaven's GateWalken's first film of the 1980s was the controversial, helmed by Deer Hunter director Cimino. Walken also starred in the 1981 a ...
Britain's Best Sitcom... om the Seven of One series in 1973. In 2004, the series was voted eighth in
Public Enemies... major production to take advantage of the tax incentive was Michael Mann's. While the producers spent $18 million dollars on the film, it was report ...
The Bourne UltimatumLater on, Kimmel's sidekick, Guillermo, appeared in a spoof of, which starred Damon. He was then chased down by Damon as he cursed about ...
Inherit the Wind... y the view espoused by Matthew Harrison Brady, a character in the 1955 playloosely based upon William Jennings Bryan. In the climactic scene of the 1 ...
Razorback... Walkabout, The Cars That Ate Paris and Picnic at Hanging Rock in the 1970s,and Shame in the 1980s and Japanese Story, The Proposition and the world-r ...
Entertainment Weekly... dy films in American cinema and number 60 on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies."named it as one of the Top 10 romantic movies of all time. The magazine al ...
Saboteur... he stated to François Truffaut, Hitchcock settled for an ambiguous finale.(1942) was the first of two films that Hitchcock made for Universal, a stu ...
Adrenalize... five million copies. In 1992, Def Leppard followed up 1987's Hysteria with, which went multi-platinum, spawned four Top 40 singles and held the numb ...
Moneyball... d in films such as Toys, Message in a Bottle, Unbreakable, The Conspirator,and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Opus Majus... he place of philosophy within theology. As a result Bacon sent the Pope his, which presented his views on how the philosophy of Aristotle and the new ...
Artinfo... d windows at regular intervals into the limestone exterior. In the words of, the building has become "an instant landmark". The museum's coordinators ...
Unbreakable... e nomination). She has appeared in films such as Toys, Message in a Bottle,, The Conspirator, Moneyball and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
ScienceIn 2011, a paper published infound that black researchers were 10% less likely to win NIH R01 grants (t ...
Walkabout... films dubbed "outback gothic" have been created, including Wake in Fright,, The Cars That Ate Paris and Picnic at Hanging Rock in the 1970s, Razorba ...
In the Company of MenWith other turn-of-the-millennium films such as Fight Club, (1997), American Psycho (2000) and Boys Don't Cry (1999), American Beauty ...
StandpointHe serves on the advisory board of the conservative magazine
Message in a Bottle... ing her a Golden Globe nomination). She has appeared in films such as Toys,, Unbreakable, The Conspirator, Moneyball and The Girl with the Dragon Tat ...
The Socialist... active as a socialist in Great Britain, Connolly was the founding editor ofnewspaper and was among the founders of the Socialist Labour Party which s ...
Natural Born Killers... own Affair, and Operation Dumbo Drop. He had a small part in Oliver Stone's, playing a ranting inmate during a prison riot; his part was eventually c ...
western... of Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). In 1978, he appeared in Shoot the Sun Down, afilmed in 1976 that costarred Margot Kidder. Along with Nick Nolte, Walken ...
City of GodSt Augustine in hiswrites "God is called omnipotent on account of His doing what He wills" an ...
In the Night Kitchen... bakers preparing cakes for the morning in his award-winning children's book(1970). This is treated as a clear example of "interpretative illustration ...
Marie Antoinette... gicomedy Elizabethtown (2005). She played the title role in Sofia Coppola's(2006) and starred in the comedy How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (20 ...
Spin... to find a headliner in 1998. In light of the festival's troubles that year,said, "Lollapalooza is as comatose as alternative rock right now"
Eminent Victorians... and draws much characterisation from Lytton Strachey's biography of her in. It was adapted as a film of the same name in 1951. Nightingale also appe ...
The Express-Times... imes, ceased publication in 1991. The Morning Call, based in Allentown, and, based in Easton, are now the city's dominant newspapers. The newspapers ...
Schindler's List... my Award for Best Actor. He is also known for his performances in the films(1993), Sexy Beast (2000), House of Sand and Fog (2003), BloodRayne (2005) ...
The New York Times... arch 11, 1961, and Karger divorced her again on March 9, 1965. According toreport of the divorce, the bandleader charged that the actress "had walked ...
Mildred Pierce... nearly two years from the screen, Crawford staged a comeback by starring in(1945), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. In 1955, she ...
Chicago Tribune... e attended Brandeis University, but dropped out to marry. She worked at theand Chicago Daily News, and wrote for The New Republic, People, The Nation ...
The Crisis... 1951 an article titled "Paul Robeson - the Lost Shepherd" was published in, the official magazine of the NAACP, under the pseudonym "Robert Alan", d ...
The Gay Divorcee... Front Page (1931), Trouble in Paradise (1932), Alice in Wonderland (1933),(1934), Top Hat (1935, one of several Astaire/Rogers films in which Horton ...
St Katharine... llowed by the London (1805), the East India (also 1805), the Surrey (1807),(1828) and the West India South (1829). The Victorian docks were mostly fu ...
The Brass Check... the Philippines in 1898 was also criticized in Upton Sinclair's 1919 book,: A Study of American Journalism. According to Sinclair, Hearst's newspape ...
The New Republic... ry. She worked at the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Daily News, and wrote for, People, The Nation, and Boston Magazine. She wrote a syndicated social c ...
Chicago Daily News... University, but dropped out to marry. She worked at the Chicago Tribune and, and wrote for The New Republic, People, The Nation, and Boston Magazine. ...
Unfinished Tales... s have criticized some of these decisions. The Silmarillion was followed byin 1980 and The History of Middle-earth in twelve volumes between 1983 and ...
The Clock... 945, and on March 12, 1946, daughter Liza was born. In 1951, they divorced.(1945) was her first straight dramatic film, opposite Robert Walker. Thoug ...
A Treatise of Human Nature... vid Hume, published in 1748. It was a revision of an earlier effort, Hume's, published anonymously in London in 1739–40. Hume was disappointed with t ...
V for Vendetta... e left DC in 1989 due to the language in his contracts for Watchmen and hisseries with artist David Lloyd. Moore felt the reversion clauses were ulti ...
Absence of Malice... Murphy's Romance. Field had worked very successfully with Newman in 1981's, but Newman declined the project and Garner was the only other actor that ...
Esquire... iring or was fired, although Drew Carey indicated in a later interview withthat Dobkowitz was fired
Sexy Beast... He is also known for his performances in the films Schindler's List (1993),(2000), House of Sand and Fog (2003), BloodRayne (2005) and Hugo (2011)
The War at HomeThese protests were the subject of the documentary. Tom Bates wrote the book Rads on the subject (ISBN 0-06-092428-4). Bates ...
The Washington Post... n his adrenal gland. Courage Under Fire gained him some critical notice, aslabeled his performance "impressive"; Damon has stated that it was worthwh ...
Rescue Me... yle and chain smoking. He is the star and co-creator of the television show, which ended its seventh and final season on September 7, 2011
The Arizona Republic... rucial South Carolina primary might give his campaign unstoppable momentum.would write that the McCain–Bush primary contest in South Carolina "has en ...
As Good as It GetsA part of the symphonic composition is also featured in, released in 1997
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People... e role in Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette (2006) and starred in the comedy(2008). She won the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 ...
Eyes on the Prize... istorical materials. Historical documentaries, such as the landmark 14-hour: America's Civil Rights Years (1986 – Part 1 and 1989 – Part 2) by Henry ...
E-book... ept which defined the conceptual basics for laptop and tablet computers ands, and is the architect of the modern overlapping windowing graphical user ...
film trilogy... ture more in line with the book when he confronts Éowyn. In Peter Jackson'sbased on The Lord of the Rings, all nine Nazgûl are shown onscreen riding ...
The Nation... ago Tribune and Chicago Daily News, and wrote for The New Republic, People,, and Boston Magazine. She wrote a syndicated social commentary column "Ma ...
Chicago Sun-TimesRoger Ebert, a film critic for thegave the movie three stars out of four and wrote, "The movie has an underc ...
Alternative PressIn an interview withon February 19, 2009, when asked about the future of +44, Hoppus stated "I ...
A Home at the End of the World... 2009 and opened on Broadway in April 2010. He also produced the 2004 movie, based upon Michael Cunningham's novel
Lifeboat... cled the experiences of the survivors of a German U-boat attack in the film(1944). The action sequences were shot in a small boat in the studio water ...
The Wealth of NationsAdam Smith described economic specialization in his classic work,
a film by the same nameThe Human Stain was a national bestseller; it was adapted as, released in 2003 and starring Anthony Hopkins, Nicole Kidman, and Gary S ...
The New York Times... tional political lore as a low-water mark in presidential campaigns", whilecalled it "a painful symbol of the brutality of American politics". A vari ...
The Path to 9/11ABC aired the miniseriesin September 2006 on the fifth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terro ...
Foreign Body... , 1970), The Chain (Jack Gold, 1984), The Dunera Boys (Ben Lewin, 1985) and(Ronald Neame, 1986)
The Father Christmas Letters... his second wife, Baillie Tolkien (née Klass), who edited J. R. R. Tolkien'sfor posthumous publication. They have two children, Adam Reuel Tolkien and ...
The Columbian... channel between the ocean and Portland and Vancouver was deepened from to .called for the channel to be deepened to as early as 1905, but that depth ...
Neil Gaiman... s story. During this run on the title, Grant Morrison (issues #25 & 26) and(issue #27) both filled in during a three-month break, Grant Morrison's st ...
The Wind in the WillowsHe also adapted Kenneth Grahame's novelfor the stage as Toad of Toad Hall. The title was an implicit admission th ...
The Silmarillion... t published in his lifetime. Although he had originally intended to publishalong with The Lord of the Rings, and parts of it were in a finished state ...
Reader's Digest... as also contributed articles to many journals and periodicals, ranging fromto the Kipling Journal, and has also supplied articles and forewords to ma ...
American Idiot2010 Tony Award Best Musical[nominee] Produced by Tom Hulc
Encyclopædia Britannica... as being approximately . Specific area figures range from according to the, according to the UN Demographic Yearbook, to according to the CIA World ...
The New York TimesWalter Goodman ofwrote an unfavorable review and described the film "As an adventure film, ...
American Idiot2010 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical[nominee] Produced by Tom Hulc
Gulliver's Travels... ullum librum vel) can be found on the linguist's hat in the 1996 miniseries
Wimbledon... n trilogy (2002–07). Since then her films have included the romantic comedy(2004), the romantic science fiction Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind ...
Corriere della Sera... the full Italian national team 2–0, prompting the leading sports newspaperto write "without doubt, Reading FC are the finest foreign team seen in It ...
A Few Good Men1990 Tony Award Best Actor in Play [nominee] (for
Rose-Marie... ondike Kat, from Total Television. The Broadway musical and Hollywood movieis a 1930s example of its romantic side. A successful combination were a s ...
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction... ally published as the novella To Leave a Mark in the November 1982 issue of
The Morning CallBethlehem's daily newspaper, The Globe-Times, ceased publication in 1991., based in Allentown, and The Express-Times, based in Easton, are now the ...
Moana... gh he continued the development of this new genre of docufiction, e.g. with(1926), set in the South Seas, and Man of Aran (1934), filmed in Ireland's ...
The Servile State... among Chesterton's and Belloc's other works regarding distributism include, and Outline of Sanity
The Doors... ector Oliver Stone offered Astbury the role of Jim Morrison in Stone's film. He declined the role because he was not happy with the way Morrison was ...
A Few Good Men... Helen Hayes Award Outstanding Lead Actor, Non-Resident Play [nominee] (for
Bringing Out the DeadLike other American films of 1999—such as Fight Club,and Magnolia—American Beauty instructs its audience to "[lead] more meanin ...
Variety... relating to the show's history or records. Dobkowitz left the show in 2008.reported that it was unclear whether he was retiring or was fired, althoug ...
Personality Plus... dire but accurate predictions of a coming global financial crisis, in 2006.opines that pessimistic temperaments (e.g. melancholy and phlegmatic) can ...
Scholartis Press... Orion in 1843. It went into at least ten editions and was reprinted by thein 1928. Science fiction author re-invented Orion as a time-traveling serv ...
Jumper... retired from acting in the mid-1990s, he had bit parts in the recent movies(2008) and Stranger Than Fiction (2006)
Atari ST... tensive graphics library. This version of Turbo C was also released for the, but distributed in Germany only
The New York Times... the finest musical plays I have ever seen and I shall remember it always".s reviewer, Lewis Nichols, stated that "Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerst ...
Sneakers... herlock Holmes), Suspect Zero, Bugsy (nominated for Best Supporting Actor),, Dave, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Schindler's List, Silas Marner, Death ...
Fahrenheit 9/11... has become increasingly successful in theatrical release with films such as, Super Size Me, Food, Inc., Earth, March of the Penguins, Religulous, and ...
Bananas... aws, Little Manhattan, and many of Woody Allen's films, such as Annie Hall,, and Manhattan. The city was also the backdrop and location for numerous ...
The Great Race... 0s, Robert Youngson's compilation of the team's silent-film highlights; and, a large-scale salute to slapstick which director Blake Edwards dedicated ...
Dave... lmes), Suspect Zero, Bugsy (nominated for Best Supporting Actor), Sneakers,, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Schindler's List, Silas Marner, Death and t ...
Arthashastra... (c. 350–275 BC) was a political thinker in Takshashila. Chanakya wrote the, a treatise on political thought, economics and social order. It discusse ...
Faith of My FathersIn August 1999, McCain's memoir, co-authored with Mark Salter, was published; a reviewer observed that it ...
SlateFor several years, Howard wrote the Dear Prudence column featured inmagazine. Dear Prudence also was featured on National Public Radio and syn ...
World Trade Center... ber 2005, many scenes of prominent locations in town were shot for the film, starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Oliver Stone, with Glen Rock havin ...
Super Size Me... singly successful in theatrical release with films such as Fahrenheit 9/11,, Food, Inc., Earth, March of the Penguins, Religulous, and An Inconvenien ...
New Idea... ry 2004. In April 2003, she filed a lawsuit against the Australian magazinefor defamation over an article about her relationship with Cruise. Her law ...
17 Again... also seen in the 2002 movie, Snow Dogs. His most recent role was in 2009's
Notes on a Scandal... ts (a romanticised history of the Windmill Theatre) in 2005; and for 2006's, a film for which she received critical acclaim, including Golden Globe, ...
Diamonds Are Forever... as part of the Dr. No anthology, which in addition to Dr. No, also includedand From Russia, with Love
Stranger Than Fiction... g in the mid-1990s, he had bit parts in the recent movies Jumper (2008) and(2006)
New York Post... al play. Their Carousel is on the whole delightful." Wilella Waldorf of the, however, complained, "Carousel seemed to us a rather long evening. The O ...
Book of Common PrayerThe(1662) of the Church of England refers to the clergy as "bishops and curat ...
Cleaver... santi and Carmine Lupertazzi offer him a role in the fictional slasher film, which he turns down. Lupertazzi offers him the role on the basis of King ...
Food, Inc.... ul in theatrical release with films such as Fahrenheit 9/11, Super Size Me,, Earth, March of the Penguins, Religulous, and An Inconvenient Truth amon ...
Brother RatIn 1938, Wyman co-starred with Ronald Reagan in(1938), and its sequel Brother Rat and a Baby (1940). They were engaged at ...
Mother Jones... promotion of Christian conservative ideology within the Amway organization.magazine described the Amway distributor force as "heavily influenced by t ...
The Hot Zone... fictional works and a non-fiction work authored by Richard Preston known as
1940s... as also the backdrop and location for numerous crime and drama films in theand 1950s
SpellboundHitchcock worked for Selznick again when he directed(1945), which explored psychoanalysis and featured a dream sequence design ...
Beggar on Horseback... and he portrayed the lead role of an idealistic young classical composer inin 1925. In the late 1920s he starred in two-reel silent comedies for Educ ...
Norma Rae... l, because it had no "sex or violence" in it. But because of the success of(1979), with the same star (Field), director, and screenplay writing team ...
Cutthroat Island... ckman and Jason Patric. Four years later, he auditioned for a small role in, but was turned away. Damon next appeared as an opiate-addicted soldier i ...
March of the Penguins... lease with films such as Fahrenheit 9/11, Super Size Me, Food, Inc., Earth,, Religulous, and An Inconvenient Truth among the most prominent examples. ...
Mother Jones... swoman and Amway distributor Sue Myrick (N.C.). According to two reports bymagazine, a liberal news organization, Amway distributor Dexter Yager “use ...
Billboard... ecame known as "rhythm and blues" music aimed at a black audience. By 1942,magazine columnist Maurie Orodenker had begun using the term "rock and rol ...
Hoffmeyer's Legacy... the first film before being replaced by Ford Sterling. Their first film was(1912) but their popularity stemmed from the 1913 short The Bangville Poli ...
The Keys of the Kingdom... g the film version of A.J. Cronin's novel about a Catholic priest in China,, but the plans for this fell through. John M. Stahl ended up directing th ...
1950s... e backdrop and location for numerous crime and drama films in the 1940s and
Roman Missal... ul or souls of one or more deceased persons, using a particular form of the. It is frequently, but not necessarily, celebrated in the context of a fu ...
Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris... enced by the work of French artist Pierre Soulages, whose exhibition at thehe attended. Soulages' paintings used multiple textured layers, and Jarre ...
The New York Times... eft by retreating glaciers in a small valley (glen). From a 1985 article in, "Glen Rock is named for a 570-ton boulder, believed to have been deposit ...
Babes in Arms... f filming, MGM kept Garland busy with promotional tours and the shooting of. She and Rooney were sent on a cross-country promotional tour, culminatin ...
Official Scrabble Players DictionaryThe North American National Scrabble Association publishes the(OSPD), which is also suitable for Boggle. This dictionary includes all va ...
Religulous... s Fahrenheit 9/11, Super Size Me, Food, Inc., Earth, March of the Penguins,, and An Inconvenient Truth among the most prominent examples. Compared to ...
OmnibusThe 1973 BBC documentary: The British Hero featured Christopher Cazenove playing a number of such ...
Shutter Island... Lionhead Studios game Fable III, and starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in, directed by Martin Scorsese. He appeared in Scorsese's next film, Hugo, ...
The Bangville Police... Hoffmeyer's Legacy (1912) but their popularity stemmed from the 1913 shortstarring Mabel Normand
Babe... l Hogan's Crocodile Dundee, Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge! and Chris Noonan's. Other award winning productions include Picnic at Hanging Rock, Gallipol ...
Prose Edda... while alive, also visits Hel upon his horse Sleipnir. In Snorri Sturluson's, Baldr goes to Hel upon death and subsequently Hermóðr uses Sleipnir to a ...
A Few Good Men... us, he also appeared in Broadway productions of A Memory of Two Mondays and, for which he was a Tony Award nominee in 1990. In the mid-1980s, he appe ...
Dance Magazine... otonous and so are Miss de Mille's ballets. All right, go ahead and shoot!"gave Linn plaudits for her role as Louise, stating, "Bambi doesn't come on ...
Diamonds Are Forever... ened with the novel's circular saw, rather than the film's laser beam – and
An Inconvenient Truth... 1, Super Size Me, Food, Inc., Earth, March of the Penguins, Religulous, andamong the most prominent examples. Compared to dramatic narrative films, d ...
Al-Shifa'... paedic treatises, dealing with philosophy, are often mentioned. The larger,(Sanatio), exists nearly complete in manuscript in the Bodleian Library an ...
Courage Under Fire... as turned away. Damon next appeared as an opiate-addicted soldier in 1996's. He was required to lose in 100 days (for only two days of filming). Afte ...
The ForwardIn an opinion piece published inin 2010, van Creveld argued that the West Bank, far from being vital to Is ...
Chocolat... ; her Oscar-winning turn as Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love in 1998; forin 2000; for the lead role of writer Iris Murdoch in Iris in 2001 (with Ka ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... tarring as Mohandas Gandhi in the film Gandhi in 1982, for which he won the. He is also known for his performances in the films Schindler's List (199 ...
Bon Voyage... early 1944, Hitchcock made two short films for the Ministry of Information,and Aventure Malgache. Made for the Free French, these were the only films ...
New Line CinemaIn 2008 Christopher Tolkien commenced legal proceedings against, which he claimed owed his family £80 million in unpaid royalties. In Sep ...
People... the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Daily News, and wrote for The New Republic,, The Nation, and Boston Magazine. She wrote a syndicated social commentar ...
Strike Up the BandIn 1940, she starred in three films: Andy Hardy Meets Debutante,, and Little Nellie Kelly. In the latter, she played her first adult role, ...
Allmusic... gle moment when the style was born. As an uncredited critic has written for, "being freed of all rules, free improvisation cannot be traced back to a ...
The Guardian... " He was also influenced by more traditional music; in a 2004 interview for, he spoke of the effect that a performance of Stravinsky's The Rite of Sp ...
BillboardAccording to, Chicago was the leading US singles charting group during the 1970s. They ...
Gandhi... 982, his best-known role to date. The audience agreed with the critics, andwas a box-office success. Kingsley won the Academy Award for Best Actor fo ...
Forever, Darling... al other series such as The Untouchables. He also produced the feature film(1956), in which he and Ball starred
Classic BoatThe May 2010 edition ofmagazine carried a pro and con article entitled Electric debate. Jamie Cam ...
Demolition Man... , Monument Ave., The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog,, Judgment Night, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Operation Dumbo Drop. He ha ...
U.S. News & World Report... uate students. The university, which was founded in 1865, was ranked #35 in's 2010 ratings of America's best colleges
Nineteen Eighty-Four... has sometimes found expression in dystopian novels such as George Orwell's. Political pessimism about one's country often correlates with a desire t ...
Comics Buyer's Guide... comic book story made by Don Rosa for The Walt Disney Company, mentioned byas "possibly the greatest comic book story of all time". Although afraid a ...
The Canon of Medicine... The Book of Healing, a vast philosophical and scientific encyclopaedia, and, which was a standard medical text at many medieval universities. The Can ...
Blast from the PastIn 1999, Walken played Calvin Webber in the romantic comedy. Webber is a brilliant but eccentric Caltech nuclear physicist whose fear ...
Big Jake... similar preoccupation, as he mentioned the town in some of his movies e.g.
Judgment Night... The Matchmaker, The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Man,, The Thomas Crown Affair, and Operation Dumbo Drop. He had a small part i ...
The Wall Street Journal... families, and others in case of a two month emergency. Melanie Trottmann ofstated that the bunker "was a source of intrigue and gossip for the town o ...
Maurice... ppeared in a variety of roles. His credits included the films Turtle Diary,, Pascali's Island, Without a Clue (as Dr. Watson alongside Michael Caine' ...
The Long Goodbye... pearance was as a deaf mute hit-man for the mob in director Robert Altman's(1973), which was followed by a much more significant part in the film Sta ...
The Interpreter... a" was included in the soundtrack to the 2005 Sean Penn-Nicole Kidman film,, as well as being covered in 2009 by the Black Crowes, on Warpaint Live. ...
Book of Genesis... to place, for ship caulking, and for waterproofing. In some versions of thein the Bible, the name of the substance used to bind the bricks of the Tow ...
Playing for Keeps... ulcahy and Dean Chamberlain, and recorded the single "Say the Word" for themovie soundtrack
TIME... the awards ceremony, declaring her loss "the biggest robbery since Brinks".magazine labeled her performance as "just about the greatest one-woman sho ...
The Manchester Guardian... and more synthetic and zombie-ish. Perhaps it is just as well." Writing in, Roy Perrott observed that "Goldfinger...will not let [Bond's] close admi ...
The Inner Circle... Stalin's projectionist in Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky's 1991 film. In 1996, he won an Emmy Award for his role as a gay pediatrician in a te ...
ForbesAccording to, Boca Raton has three of the ten most expensive gated communities in the ...
Sleepy Hollow... n home. The same year, he appeared as the Headless Horseman in Tim Burton's, starring Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci. He also appeared in Kiss Toled ...
Oxford Latin Dictionary... ngue gauloise (Éditions Errance, 2003), p. 96. The entry on cabullus in the(Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1982, 1985 reprinting), p. 246, does not give a ...
FortuneIn an interview within 2004, Schwarzenegger told how he suffered what "would now be called chi ...
MannequinIn early 1987, "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" was featured in the filmand hit No. 1, although only Slick and Thomas (plus Craig Chaquico's guita ...
A Star is BornIn 1954, Garland filmed a musical remake of the 1937 filmfor Warner Bros. She and her third husband, Sid Luft (whom she had married ...
Mystic Pizza... when he was eighteen, with a single line of dialogue in the romantic comedy. As a student at Harvard University, he continued to pursue acting and pe ...
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World... rdan (1941), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), Pocketful of Miracles (1961), and(1963). He last appeared in a non-speaking role in Cold Turkey (1971)
Breakfast of Champions... moral of the novel through plot descriptions of his stories. Books such asand God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater are sprinkled with these plot description ...
Pascali's Island... n a variety of roles. His credits included the films Turtle Diary, Maurice,, Without a Clue (as Dr. Watson alongside Michael Caine's Sherlock Holmes) ...
Rhapsody in Blue... tra and Paul Whiteman's orchestra. In 1924 Whiteman commissioned Gershwin's, which was premiered by Whiteman's Orchestra. Other influential large ens ...
The Book of HealingHis most famous works are, a vast philosophical and scientific encyclopaedia, and The Canon of Medi ...
School Ties... such as the TNT original film Rising Son and the ensemble prep-school drama. In 1992, he landed a big part in with Gene Hackman and Jason Patric. Fou ...
The In-Laws... on 34th Street, The Godfather, Wall Street, You've Got Mail, Ghostbusters,, Little Manhattan, and many of Woody Allen's films, such as Annie Hall, B ...
Roger & Me... ne by Errol Morris incorporated stylized re-enactments, and Michael Moore'splaced far more interpretive control with the director. The commercial suc ...
Expresso... be. In 2007 he came out of retirement to take a role in a short film called
Fortune magazine... ine information taken from Teradata company history unless otherwise cited.named Teradata “Product of the Year” in 1986. Over the next four years cha ...
Brideshead Revisited... at the gifted school have lunchboxes that feature images of the 1945 noveland chess grandmaster Anatoly Karpov
The Hunchback of Notre Dame... singing voice of the protagonist Quasimodo for the Disney animated feature. Although Hulce largely retired from acting in the mid-1990s, he had bit ...
Notorious... theremin) was later adapted by the composer into a concert piano concerto.(1946) followed Spellbound. According to Hitchcock, in his book-length int ...
The Country Girl... ticipated acceptance speech. The Oscar was won, however, by Grace Kelly for(1954). The camera crew was packing up before Kelly could even reach the s ...
Police AcademyThemovies that began in 1984 are frequently considered a modern day version o ...
Wall Street... es of films set in Manhattan include Miracle on 34th Street, The Godfather,, You've Got Mail, Ghostbusters, The In-Laws, Little Manhattan, and many o ...
The Thomas Crown Affair... The Ref, Suicide Kings, Dawg, Wag the Dog, Demolition Man, Judgment Night,, and Operation Dumbo Drop. He had a small part in Oliver Stone's Natural ...
Best Supporting Actor... ngside Michael Caine's Sherlock Holmes), Suspect Zero, Bugsy (nominated for), Sneakers, Dave, Searching for Bobby Fischer, Schindler's List, Silas Ma ...
Rope... d exhausted its resource of ideas), Hitchcock filmed his first colour film,(1948). Here Hitchcock experimented with marshaling suspense in a confined ...
Touch... rities in an interactive movie. In 1997, Walken starred in the comedy films, Excess Baggage and had a minor role in the film MouseHunt. He also appea ...
Press-RegisterMobile'sis Alabama's oldest active newspaper, dating back to 1813. The paper focus ...
Pocketful of Miracles... Holiday (1938), Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944),(1961), and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963). He last appeared in a ...
The Goat... ilent film career, the nearest Keaton had appeared in a "police comedy" was(1921) and Cops (1922). Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) ...
Los Angeles Mirror... 52, at the height of Garland's comeback, her mother Ethel was featured in astory in which she revealed that while Garland was making a small fortune ...
American Graffiti... an old Victorian in San Anselmo with some of the proceeds from his film, "," a house which his then-wife Marcia Lucas named "Parkhouse." Lucas worke ...
The Villain... chwarzenegger appeared with Kirk Douglas and Ann-Margret in the 1979 comedy. In 1980 he starred in a biographical film of the 1950s actress Jayne Man ...
Casino RoyaleAs with other Bond novels, such as, gambling is a theme, with not only golf as part of the novel, but openin ...
New York Times... oncepts for practical use and tested them in a 1969 project to automate themorgue index. The engineering and management success of this project led t ...
Amazing Heroes... n "Who watches the watchmen?", although Moore said in a 1986 interview withhe did not know where that sentence originated. After reading the intervie ...
Canard EnchaînéThenewspaper reported alleged leaks of information by unnamed medical sources ...
Connecting Rooms... appeared in the British films The Nanny (1965), The Anniversary (1968), and(1970), but her career again stalled
Hud... r. and Irving Ravetch, the same married screenplay team that also worked on(1963) with Ritt and Paul Newman, they wanted Newman to be in Murphy's Rom ...
Cops... he nearest Keaton had appeared in a "police comedy" was The Goat (1921) and(1922). Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) included a lengt ...
Lifeboat... marshaling suspense in a confined environment, as he had done earlier with(1943). Appeaering to have been shot entirely in a single take, Rope (1948 ...
The Chain... Lester, 1965) and played leads in All The Way Up (James MacTaggart, 1970),(Jack Gold, 1984), The Dunera Boys (Ben Lewin, 1985) and Foreign Body (Ron ...
musical remakeIn 1954, Garland filmed aof the 1937 film A Star is Born for Warner Bros. She and her third husband ...
MouseHunt... in the comedy films Touch, Excess Baggage and had a minor role in the film. He also appeared in the drama/thriller film Suicide Kings which also fil ...
Sibylline Books... r 312, the sixth anniversary of his reign, he approached the keepers of thefor guidance. The keepers prophesied that, on that very day, "the enemy of ...
Help!... e Roman Spring of Mrs Stone (José Quintero, 1961), Carry On Cleo, 1964, and(Richard Lester, 1965) and played leads in All The Way Up (James MacTaggar ...
Bibliotheca universalis... him. In 1555 he published a new edition of Conrad Gessner's Epitome of his(a list of all authors who had written in Greek, Latin or Hebrew), a new e ...
The Rats of Tobruk... umber of successful Australian films, including 1944's World War II classicwhich starred Peter Finch and Chips Rafferty and 1955's Jedda, which was n ...
The Great Global Warming Swindle... enhouse gas emissions. Lawson also contributed to the 2007 documentary film
Exodus... also called the Thirteen Attributes of Mercy) are enumerated in the Torah (34:6–7). Some modern Christian churches also use 13 attributes of God in s ...
Best Actor in a Leading RoleMurphy's Romance received Academy Award nominations for, (James Garner), in addition to Best Cinematography
Oliver!... endes' film debut; courted after his successful productions of the musicalsand Cabaret, Mendes was nevertheless only given the job after twenty other ...
Oxford English DictionaryAccording to the, the definition of the word privy in Privy Council is an obsolete one mea ...
Denham Tracts... spirits, explicitly in the term "hobby lanterns" found in the 19th century
Easter Parade... s Following her work on The Pirate, she completed three more films for MGM:(in which she danced with Fred Astaire), In the Good Old Summertime, and h ...
Fearless... movie Dominick and Eugene. He played supporting roles in Parenthood (1989),(1993) and (1994)
500 Years Later... and The Civil War by Ken Burns, UNESCO awarded independent film on slavery, expressed not only a distinctive voice but also a perspective and point ...
The Rats of Tobruk... s and appeared in iconic early Australian films as Forty Thousand Horsemen,, The Overlanders and Eureka Stockade (Overlanders and Eureka were part of ...
Prizzi's Honor... ted for the Best Director Oscar when, at 79 years old, he was nominated for(1985). He also has the unique distinction of directing both his father Wa ...
Watership Down... it costume and sang the song 'Bright Eyes' made famous by the animated film, although his own singing ability was rather poor. Chris found this so am ...
Top Hat... le in Paradise (1932), Alice in Wonderland (1933), The Gay Divorcee (1934),(1935, one of several Astaire/Rogers films in which Horton appeared), Dang ...
The UntouchablesThe 1987 Brian De Palma filmfeatured cooperation between the Treasury Department task force, led by El ...
SpellboundNotorious (1946) followed. According to Hitchcock, in his book-length interview with François Truff ...
Gandhi... years later, starring as Mohandas Gandhi in the Academy Award-winning filmin 1982, his best-known role to date. The audience agreed with the critics ...
Annie Get Your GunGarland was cast in the film adaptation ofin the title role of Annie Oakley. She was nervous at the prospect of taki ...
A People's History of the United States... ographical film You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train and audio version ofDamon later narrated
Expresso... 2007, Wisdom returned to acting in a feature film directed by Kevin Powis,. The film, which Wisdom later announced (reported BBC/ITV News) was to be ...
Theologico-Political Treatise... orks of biblical criticism, such as Thomas Hobbes's Leviathan and Spinoza's, as well as works by lesser-known authors such as Richard Simon and Isaac ...
Dudley Do-Right... ed the name "Royal Mounted Canadian Police" (RMCP) and the character in thefilm did not wear accurate insignia
The Incredible Hulk... sociated still photography. Schwarzenegger auditioned for the title role of, but did not win the role because of his height. Later, Lou Ferrigno got ...
V for VendettaMany protesters wore Guy Fawkes masks inspired by the character V from, or otherwise disguised their identities, in part to protect themselves f ...
The Overlanders... onic early Australian films as Forty Thousand Horsemen, The Rats of Tobruk,and Eureka Stockade (Overlanders and Eureka were part of a series of Austr ...
Here Comes Mr. Jordan... peared), Danger - Love at Work (1937), Lost Horizon (1937), Holiday (1938),(1941), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), Pocketful of Miracles (1961), and It' ...
Illuminata... n played an influential gay New York theater critic in John Turturro's film
Lambert the Sheepish Lion... played Lucifer the Cat in the feature film Cinderella, Lambert's mother in, a mermaid in Peter Pan and her Witch Hazel character; Foray would later ...
Making Globalization Work... seph Stiglitz, The Roaring Nineties, Globalization and Its Discontents, and. World Bank loan agreements can also force procurements of goods and serv ...
Prizzi's Honor... lica in Oscar-winning performances (in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and, respectively), making the Hustons the first family to have three generat ...
Duel in the Sun... dio Pictures as a "package" for $500,000 due to cost overruns on Selznick's(1946). Notorious starred Hitchcock regulars Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant ...
Mughal-e-Azam... , his father Akbar the Great and Anarkali, were portrayed in the Hindi film, in which Jahangir was played by Dilip Kumar. Jalal Agha also played the ...
True Romance... instorm, The Dead Zone, A View to a Kill, At Close Range, King of New York,, Catch Me If You Can, Pulp Fiction, Wedding Crashers, The Rundown, Click, ...
Blues Brothers 2000... performs a version of the cape routine over the closing credits of the film
School Library JournalBetsy Shorb reviewing for thesaid that "the humor is still off-the-wall but more gentle than the other ...
Suspect Zero... , Without a Clue (as Dr. Watson alongside Michael Caine's Sherlock Holmes),, Bugsy (nominated for Best Supporting Actor), Sneakers, Dave, Searching f ...
Grease... films of the decade are (in order from highest to lowest grossing): , Jaws,, The Exorcist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, The Godfathe ...
Ebony... here's some things you have to do. Even if you don't want to." Jackson toldmagazine the marriage was "strictly in name only. It has never been consum ...
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man... states, notably the United States, are said to be involved, as described inby John Perkins
Silent Movie... elf.) Mel Brooks directed a Keystone Kops-type car chase in his comedy film
Koyaanisqatsi... visual tone poems, with music related to the images, but no spoken content.(part of the Qatsi trilogy) consists primarily of slow motion and time-lap ...
Library JournalIn 1993 thesaid that So Long and Thanks for all the Fish was "filled with loopy humor ...
Mojo magazine... tour, and on 10 June he was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by
Predator... do (1985), Raw Deal (1986), The Running Man (1987), and Red Heat (1988). In(1987), another successful film, Schwarzenegger led a cast which included ...
Two Treatises of Government... ed in the divine right of kings. John Locke, on the other hand, who gave usand who did not believe in the divine right of kings either, sided with Aq ...
The Last Angry Man... making in 1959, soon after receiving his sixth Academy Award nomination for; however, he made a final television appearance in the series Saints and ...
Consumer Reports... detergent, and Dish Drops dishwashing liquid. In the January 2007 issue of, SA8 with Bioquest was rated the best-performing laundry detergent, scori ...
Time... still in the news, with The Boston Globe, The New York Times Magazine, andmagazine all reassessing the incident and raising doubts about Kennedy's v ...
Superman... rossing): , Jaws, Grease, The Exorcist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind,, The Godfather, Saturday Night Fever, Rocky, and Jaws 2
The Exorcist... the decade are (in order from highest to lowest grossing): , Jaws, Grease,, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, The Godfather, Saturday Ni ...
I ConfessAfter(1953) with Montgomery Clift, three popular films starring Grace Kelly fol ...
Tintin... iously had success with their series Oumpah-pah, which was published in themagazine
The Gardeners' Chronicle... ve been introduced to Scotland around 1781–1782. An article on the topic insuggests that the rutabaga was then introduced more widely to England in 1 ...
Voices of Iraq... ilm to take full advantage of this change was Martin Kunert and Eric Manes', where 150 DV cameras were sent to Iraq during the war and passed out to ...
The Running ManHe made a number of successful films: Commando (1985), Raw Deal (1986),(1987), and Red Heat (1988). In Predator (1987), another successful film, ...
The Departed... es in the films Badlands (1973), Apocalypse Now (1979), Wall Street (1987),(2006), his role as The Illusive Man in the Mass Effect trilogy and Presid ...
Allmusic... described So Red the Rose as "the most pretentious album ever made," whilecalled it "the best album Duran Duran never made". Musicians who contribut ...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest... 971), The Godfather (1972), The Sting (1973), The Godfather Part II (1974),(1975), Rocky (1976), Annie Hall (1977), The Deer Hunter (1978), and Krame ...
The Antichrist... proposed "Transvaluation of All Values". This incomplete project began with
Wild at Heart... ototype instruments. The album's cover was inspired by the David Lynch film
King of New York... Sleepy Hollow, Brainstorm, The Dead Zone, A View to a Kill, At Close Range,, True Romance, Catch Me If You Can, Pulp Fiction, Wedding Crashers, The R ...
Wasabi TunaSmith's next appearance on the big screen was as herself in(2003), about a group of friends who kidnap her dog, Sugar-Pie, on Hallowe ...
Buster... brothel owner. Walters played the lead character's wife, June, in the film, released in 1988. She also appeared as Mrs. Peachum in the 1989 film ver ...
Jaws... ssing films of the decade are (in order from highest to lowest grossing): ,, Grease, The Exorcist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, The ...
Le Morte d'Arthur... rtier, and Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote, as well as Sir Thomas Malory'sand other Arthurian tales (Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum Britannia ...
The GuardianFelix Dexter, of The Real McCoy comedy series, said inthat he appreciated the humour of an innocent confronting an expert with n ...
National Film Registry... rvation Board of the Library of Congress named The Last Picture Show to the, an honor awarded only to culturally significant films
The Wizard of Oz... th Mickey Rooney and the 1939 film with which she would be most identified,. After 15 years, she was released from the studio but gained renewed succ ...
Pravda... He requested a warning to be printed in Soviet central Communist newspaper,, which spoke directly of the film's experimental, controversial nature. V ...
FourFourTwo... son, and Football Writers' Footballer of the Year in 1979 and 1983. In 2009magazine named Dalglish as the greatest striker in post-war British footba ...
Searching for Bobby Fischer... Suspect Zero, Bugsy (nominated for Best Supporting Actor), Sneakers, Dave,, Schindler's List, Silas Marner, Death and the Maiden, Sexy Beast, for wh ...
Ebbw Vale... to fulfill his engagements. In 1958, he visited the National Eisteddfod inas the guest of the local MP Aneurin Bevan, revisited his ties to the blac ...
A Charlie Brown Christmas... 27, 2007 to 104 affiliates. The previous biggest blunder was the airing ofin December 2006 with several acts in the wrong order. In 2008 ABC committ ...
Academy Award for Best ActressThe film won the(Glenda Jackson) and was nominated for Best Music, Original Dramatic Score ...
PattonOscar winners of the decade were(1970), The French Connection (1971), The Godfather (1972), The Sting (197 ...
Anastasia... In 1997, she was the voice of Young Anastasia in the animated musical film. Also in 1997, Dunst appeared in the political satire Wag the Dog, opposi ...
The Rundown... ew York, True Romance, Catch Me If You Can, Pulp Fiction, Wedding Crashers,, Click, and Hairspray, as well as music videos by recording artists such ...
CabaretIn 1968, she was offered the role of Sally Bowles in the musical. As Sheridan Morley later reported: "At first she thought they were jokin ...
American BeautyDunst was offered the role of Angela in the 1999 drama film, but turned it down because she did not want to appear in the film's sugg ...
The French ConnectionOscar winners of the decade were Patton (1970),(1971), The Godfather (1972), The Sting (1973), The Godfather Part II (197 ...
Man of Aran... ew genre of docufiction, e.g. with Moana (1926), set in the South Seas, and(1934), filmed in Ireland's Aran Islands
Gospel of John... Christians, the pool has additional significance as it is mentioned in the, as the location to which Jesus sent a man who had been blind from birth, ...
Best Supporting Actress... Award for Best Actress for her role in the remake of A Star is Born and forfor her performance in the 1961 film, Judgment at Nuremberg. At 39 years o ...
Schindler's List... ed for Best Supporting Actor), Sneakers, Dave, Searching for Bobby Fischer,, Silas Marner, Death and the Maiden, Sexy Beast, for which he received an ...
Blow... , the stand-up special Denis Leary's Merry F#$%in' Christmas, and the movie. As a Boston Red Sox fan, he narrated the official 2004 World Series film ...
Strangers on a TrainWith the film(1951), based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, Hitchcock combined many ...
U.S. News & World Report... as ranked eleventh among undergraduate programs at national universities by. However, since Dartmouth is ranked in a category for national research u ...
The DarkIn 2005 John Fawcett directed the film. Based on the novel book Sheep written by Simon Maginn, the movie tales t ...
A Christmas StoryIn the classic 1983 comedy movie “”, co-writer and film narrator Jean Shepherd described the hectic holiday ...
Be Cool... o kidnap her dog, Sugar-Pie, on Halloween. She appeared as herself again in(2005), a crime/comedy about the film and music industries that stars John ...
The Washington Post... . In addition to filing lawsuits against individuals, Scientology also suedfor reprinting one paragraph of the OT writings in a newspaper article, as ...
Bugsy... ue (as Dr. Watson alongside Michael Caine's Sherlock Holmes), Suspect Zero,(nominated for Best Supporting Actor), Sneakers, Dave, Searching for Bobby ...
Stage FrightHitchcock filmed(1950) in the UK. For the first time, he matched one of Warner Bros.' bigg ...
The Book of the Courtier... hood include Geoffrey Chaucer's The Knight's Tale, Baldassare Castiglione's, and Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote, as well as Sir Thomas Malory's Le ...
Tender MerciesThe majority of, a 1983 film about a country western singer, was filmed in Waxahachie. Di ...
Nanook of the North... produced the first commercially successful feature length documentary film,(1922). The film made his reputation and nothing in his later life fully e ...
The Producers... dler on the Roof, The Gondoliers, Anything Goes, The Merry Widow, Iolanthe,and HMS Pinafore. At present, the society is performing a tribute concert ...
Wedding Crashers... e Range, King of New York, True Romance, Catch Me If You Can, Pulp Fiction,, The Rundown, Click, and Hairspray, as well as music videos by recording ...
Red Book of Westmarch... ernally, as in The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien, which depicts the(a story-internal version of the book itself) as a history compiled by sev ...
Ecce Homo... within "the penultimate section of the fourth book" of 'The Gay Science' (, Kaufmann). It is the eternal recurrence of the same events
Bodysong... umanity as it flocks and swarms in daily activity and religious ceremonies.was made in 2003 and won a British Independent Film Award for "Best Britis ...
The Third Secret... ayhouse Company from April 1964. That same year, she made her film debut in
National Lampoon's Animal House... role was as freshman student Lawrence "Pinto" Kroger in the highly popular(1978). In 1982, he played a gunshot victim in the television show
The Cardinal... 1963, director Otto Preminger asked if he would portray a Boston prelate in, and, writes author Philip Kemp, he "virtually stole the picture." He had ...
Annie Hall... ed in more than 100 movies and television shows, including The Deer Hunter,, The Prophecy trilogy, The Dogs of War, Sleepy Hollow, Brainstorm, The De ...
Rocky II... mous box office success. It surpassed the domestic gross of its predecessor, and became the fourth highest grossing film of 1982. Roger Ebert and Gen ...
The Cabin in the Cotton... Son of the Gods (1930), The Dawn Patrol (1930), The Last Flight (1931), and(1932), Central Airport (1933), and a supporting role as Rita Hayworth's c ...
Book of Kings... ioned in several books of the Bible (see Hebrew Bible / Old Testament). Thestates that Necho met King Josiah of the Kingdom of Judah at Megiddo and k ...
Turtle Diary... ey has since appeared in a variety of roles. His credits included the films, Maurice, Pascali's Island, Without a Clue (as Dr. Watson alongside Micha ...
A Little Pretty Pocket-Book... in England since Tudor Times, with the earliest reference being in 1744 inwhere it was called "base-ball"
Manon des Sources... in 1986 she achieved fame with her role opposite Yves Montand, in the film. For her performance, she won the 1987 César Award for "Best Supporting A ...
The Last Angry ManAfter one more film role as an aging doctor in(1959), for which he was again nominated for an Oscar, his failing eyesigh ...
Time... conscience wouldn't let him do it." Arafat claimed in a 1988 interview withthat because of his fear of assassination by the Israelis, he never slept ...
Places in the HeartThe 1983 filmstarring Sally Field was also filmed in Waxahachie. Unlike Mercies, it was ...
Queen of the DamnedAfter completing Romeo Must Die, Aaliyah filmed her part in. She released her third and final album, Aaliyah, in July 2001. On August ...
Without a Clue... es. His credits included the films Turtle Diary, Maurice, Pascali's Island,(as Dr. Watson alongside Michael Caine's Sherlock Holmes), Suspect Zero, B ...
Jane EyreIt is seen in Charlotte Brontë'swhen Jane Eyre is unsure if it is a candle or a Will-o-the-wisp
Hair... in time for the Hot Streets album (he was also being filmed for the musicalat the time). Its energetic lead-off single, "Alive Again", brought Chicag ...
The New York Times... eredith Vieira, journalist and TV personality; Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr.,publisher; Lew Rockwell, founder of Ludwig von Mises Institute; and Gregor ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences... ipline of evo-devo in molecular genetics. In 2000, a special section of the(PNAS) was devoted to "evo-devo", and an entire 2005 issue of the Journal ...
Thomas Creede... f the year—though by Thomas Millington and John Busby rather than Pavier. (did the printing.
Consumer Reports... rsarial process itself making trustworthy information, e.g. as published inor the Better Business Bureau, hard to compile and to obtain. Health advoc ...
House of Dark ShadowsSeveral outdoor scenes from the 1970 feature filmwere filmed at the cemetery's receiving vault
People... $262 million worldwide. That year, and again in 2002, she was named one ofmagazine's 50 Most Beautiful People. In 1996, Dunst had a recurring role i ...
Le Roi et l'oiseau... 11 April 1977. He had been working on the last scene of the animated movie(The King and the Mockingbird) with his friend and collaborator Paul Grima ...
Son of the Gods... ss' fortunes changed. He made several films in the new medium, most notably(1930), The Dawn Patrol (1930), The Last Flight (1931), and The Cabin in t ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... eed with the critics, and Gandhi was a box-office success. Kingsley won thefor his portrayal
Billboard... the Billboard Hot 100 solely on airplay, making Aaliyah the first artist inhistory to achieve this feat. "Try Again" earned Aaliyah a Grammy Award no ...
Easy Riders, Raging Bulls... lso writes a blog for the site. In 2003 he appeared in the BBC documentary,and in 2006 he appeared in the documentary Wanderlust
Magical Mystery Tour... epted by The Beatles. Mardas appeared (uncredited) in the Beatles' TV movie, which was first broadcast on BBC1 on Boxing Day in 1967. On 11 July 1968 ...
The Dallas Morning Newsis the Dallas citywide newspaper
The Deer Hunter... or. He has appeared in more than 100 movies and television shows, including, Annie Hall, The Prophecy trilogy, The Dogs of War, Sleepy Hollow, Brains ...
Ecce HomoNietzsche commented inthat for the completion of each part: "Ten days sufficed; in no case, neit ...
The Sex Lives of Cannibals... autobiographical experiences on the Tarawa Atoll are documented in his book(2004)
September 30, 1955... parts in movies. His first film role was in the James Dean-influenced filmin 1977. His next movie role was as freshman student Lawrence "Pinto" Krog ...
Life... Even public health films portraying pregnancy and birth were banned; as wasmagazine's April 11, 1938 issue which included photos of the birth process ...
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World... ing down Stanley Kramer's offer to make a cameo in his landmark 1963 movie,. In 1960, Laurel was given a special Academy Award for his contributions ...
Twins... chwarzenegger) and future candidate for governor of Kentucky Sonny Landham.(1988), a comedy with Danny DeVito also proved successful. Total Recall (1 ...
The Advocate... s, edited two newsletters devoted to sexual health, and served as editor ofin 1975
Elle... 3, Béart, aged 39, appeared nude with a younger man for the French magazineand as of 2007, it is still the magazine's biggest-selling issue ever
Rescue Me... lead role in two television series, The Job and the FX cable-network series, of which he is also co-creator. He plays Tommy Gavin, a New York City fi ...
Only Angels Have Wings... ort (1933), and a supporting role as Rita Hayworth's character's husband in(1939)
False Folio... s issued as Q3 in 1619, with a false date of 1608—part of William Jaggard's. The superior text first saw print in the First Folio in 1623
A View to a Kill... rophecy trilogy, The Dogs of War, Sleepy Hollow, Brainstorm, The Dead Zone,, At Close Range, King of New York, True Romance, Catch Me If You Can, Pul ...
Educating Rita... Picture Musical/Comedy award-winning performance opposite Michael Caine in(1983), a role she had created on the West End stage
Financial Times... its business school, IESE, was adjudged one of the best in the world by theand the Economist Intelligence Unit. The total assets of non-profits conne ...
The Exorcist... its premiere, it is the longest-running theatrical release in film history.(1973) was a box office success for the horror genre, inspiring many other ...
The Wind in the Willows... th series. He also recorded the theme song to Cosgrove Hall's adaptation ofwith Keith Hopwood, and this was released as a single in 1984 after the se ...
Batman & Robin... nesota Governor Jesse Ventura (Ventura also appeared in The Running Man andwith Schwarzenegger) and future candidate for governor of Kentucky Sonny L ...
Lady for a Day... k Capra film A Pocketful of Miracles (1961) (a remake of Capra's 1933 film,), based on a story by Damon Runyon. She accepted her next role, in the Gr ...
Rocky V... It was later returned to the Art Museum where it was used in the filming of, as well as Mannequin and Philadelphia. Afterward, it was again moved to ...
First Folio... of William Jaggard's False Folio. The superior text first saw print in thein 1623
The Lord of the Rings film trilogyIn 2001, he received some attention for his stance towarddirected by Peter Jackson. He expressed doubts over the viability of a fil ...
MirrorMask... the film adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the movie) and is considered one of the most advanced and well respected creators o ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... m version of Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus. In 1985, he was nominated for anfor his performance, losing to his co-star, F. Murray Abraham. In 1989, he ...
The Last Picture Show... 1998, the National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress namedto the National Film Registry, an honor awarded only to culturally signifi ...
Farscape... large number of other films and series (e.g. the science-fiction production, the film adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the mov ...
The Trip to BountifulThe 1985 filmstarring Geraldine Page was also filmed in Waxahachie. Page won the Academ ...
Death of a SalesmanPaul Muni starred as Willy Loman in the English opening ofby Arthur Miller, on July 28, 1949 at the Phoenix Theatre, London. He took ...
The Legend of Bagger Vance... ding characters in romantic dramas such as 2000's All the Pretty Horses andwere commercially and critically unsuccessful. Variety said of his work in ...
National Film Preservation BoardIn 1998, theof the Library of Congress named The Last Picture Show to the National Fil ...
Jaws... Hollywood revolution of the late-1960s with young film-makers. Top-grossing(1975) ushered in the blockbuster era of filmmaking, though it was eclipse ...
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... ers) in 1967´s Casino Royale as actor and director. He was nominated for anfor his role. He acted in Roman Polanski's Chinatown (1974) as the film's ...
Hare TriggerIn a scene in Friz Freleng's cartoon, Yosemite Sam (in his debut) calls himself "the meanest, toughest, rip-ro ...
The Hollywood Reporter... t Ralph Bakshi and showed that he was inspired by him during a interview infor his first animated movie, Rango. Saying "What happened to the Ralph Ba ...
Pray the Devil Back to Hell... ders of nonviolent resistance include Leymah Gbowee, Comfort Freeman, and .is a documentary film about the origin of this peace movement. The film ha ...
The Boston Globe... f both teams in the state during the 1986 World Series led to an article into coin the phrase "Red Sox Nation"
The Running Man... included future Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura (Ventura also appeared inand Batman & Robin with Schwarzenegger) and future candidate for governor ...
JumanjiIn 1995, she appeared in the fantasy movie, loosely based on Chris Van Allsburg's 1981 book of the same name. The st ...
Louisiana Story... films, and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Story for(1948)
Boom Town... d the oilfield. This part of the town's history was chronicled in the moviewith Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy. The Great Depression would have a nega ...
Landbou-Burger... ygervalley/Durbanville. Afrikaans language community newspapers include theand the Tygerburger
The Wizard of OzIn 1938, aged 16, she was cast as Dorothy Gale in(1939), a film based on the children's book by L. Frank Baum. In this film ...
adaptation of the novel... tic Janet Maslin of The New York Times wrote that the film was the greatestand remarked on Dunst's performance, "The perfect contrast to take-charge ...
JuniorThat same year the comedy(1994) was released, the last of his three collaborations with Ivan Reitma ...
NME... nk subculture. According to the founder of one of these labels, Cherry Red,and Sounds magazines published charts based on small record stores called ...
Second Treatise on Government... ten in 1662 by Sir William Petty and to John Locke's notion, set out in the(1689), that property derives from labour through the act of "mixing" one' ...
The New York TimesIn 1932,called Grofé "the Prime Minister of Jazz". This was an oblique reference t ...
Educating Rita... lish actress and novelist. She came to international prominence in 1983 for, performing in the title role opposite Michael Caine. It was a role she h ...
Oklahoma!... d "Discoveryland!" is the official performance headquarters for the musicalHistorically, the state has produced musical styles such as The Tulsa Soun ...
the Lord of the Rings movie trilogyIn(2001–2003) by Peter Jackson, the Nazgûl also attack the inn themselves. E ...
Way Down East... es, finally casting him opposite Lillian Gish in Broken Blossoms (1919) and(1920)
Göta Canal... al Sweden, east of lake Vättern, part of the waterpath Motala ström and the. South of lake Roxen is the city Linköping
Rhapsody in BlueGrofé's most memorable arrangement is that of George Gershwin's, which established Grofé's reputation among jazz musicians. Grofé took wh ...
Little WomenLater in 1994, Dunst appeared in the adaptation of the dramaopposite Winona Ryder and Claire Danes. The film received favorable review ...
Tygertalk... rn Suburbs Tatler from the Southern Suburbs, Table Talk from Table View andfrom Tygervalley/Durbanville. Afrikaans language community newspapers incl ...
Summa Theologiae... rl Marx) think the labour theory of value can be traced back to him. In his, he expresses that "... value can, does and should be increase in relatio ...
Jurassic Park... 1993 self-aware action comedy spoof Last Action Hero was released opposite, and did not do well at the box office. His next film, the comedy drama T ...
Who Framed Roger Rabbit... ls. She is also known for voicing Wheezy, one of the toon patrol weasels in. In that same movie, she voiced Lena Hyena, a comedy character. In Octobe ...
Los Angeles Times... he critically acclaimed drama The Rainmaker, where he was recognized by theas "a talented young actor on the brink of stardom." After meeting Damon o ...
Hairspray... th Robin Williams and Lewis Black. He costarred in the 2007 film adaptation—where he is seen singing and dancing in a romantic duet with John Travolt ...
Broken Blossoms... d him several important roles, finally casting him opposite Lillian Gish in(1919) and Way Down East (1920)
Guitar Player... form offers musicians more possibilities "per cubic second" than any genre;, January 1997 Interestingly, John Eyles notes that Bailey has been quote ...
The Gay ScienceThus Spoke Zarathustra was conceived while Nietzsche was writing; he made a small note, reading "6,000 feet beyond man and time," as evide ...
The Return of the KingIn the Rankin-Bass adaptation of, the Nazgûl are robed skeletons with white hair
2 Kings... dvance at Megiddo, where a fierce battle was fought and Josiah was killed (23:29, 2 Chronicles 35:20-24)
The Gay Science... God", and the "prophecy" of the Übermensch, which were first introduced in
Athena ParthenosAthena never had a consort or lover and is thus known as, "Virgin Athena". Her most famous temple, the Parthenon, on the Acropolis ...
Harry Potter... y for her on-screen characterisation of Molly Weasley in seven of the eightfilms. In 2006, she came fourth in ITV's poll of the public's 50 Greatest ...
Tol'able David... lm Company, together with Charles Duell and Henry King. One of their films,(1921), in which Barthelmess starred as a teenage mailman who finds courag ...
Vertigo... of the police attracted him to the subject and was embedded in many scenes.(1958) again starred Stewart, this time with Kim Novak and Barbara Bel Ged ...
Saps at Sea... se becomes "Well, here's another nice kettle of fish you pickled me in!" In(1940) it becomes "Well, here's another nice bucket of suds you've gotten ...
Love Actually... ndon service, to write the growing-orchestra wedding scene of his 2003 film
JFK... . He also landed a small but important role as assassin Jack Ruby in 1991's. He was also seen in the 2002 movie, Snow Dogs. His most recent role was ...
The Sweet Ride... So Bad." Also in 1968, the band contributed to the soundtrack of the movie, and appeared, credited, in the film
The Brothers Karamazov... ory is The Grand Inquisitor by Dostoevsky from his long psychological noveland is told by one brother to another to explain, in part, his view on rel ...
Philadelphia Bulletin... Street Bullies, a nickname coined by Jack Chevalier and Pete Cafone of theon January 3, 1973 after a 3 to 1 brawling victory over the Atlanta Flames ...
The Patent Leather Kid... erformance in both these films, and he won a Special Citation for producing. He founded his own production company, Inspiration Film Company, togethe ...
Chickens Come HomeNumerous variations of the quote appeared on film. In(1931), Ollie says impatiently to Stan, "Well...." with Stan replying, "He ...
Book of Genesis... ld not be adequately covered and limited the story to the first half of the. Huston enjoyed directing the film, as it gave him a chance to indulge hi ...
Nintendo Power... .1 out of 10. It was rated the 150th best game made on a Nintendo System in's Top 200 Games list. IGN also placed the game at number 77 on its "Top 1 ...
Interview... irst kiss from Brad Pitt, who was 18 years her senior. In an interview withmagazine, she revealed, while questioned about her kissing scene with Pitt ...
The Man Who Knew Too MuchHitchcock successfully remade his own 1934 filmin 1956, this time starring Stewart and Doris Day, who sang the theme song ...
The Patent Leather Kid... me one of Hollywood's highest paid performers, starring in such classics as(1927) and The Noose (1928); he was nominated for Best Actor at the first ...
Six O'Clock News... outh, among them the critically acclaimed Sherman's March, Time Indefinite,, and Bright Leaves. Sherman's March won numerous awards, including Best D ...
Paramount... ssful film, and Flaherty was in great demand afterwards. On a contract withto produce another film on the order of Nanook, Flaherty went to Samoa to ...
PoliticsEarly insights in the labour theory of value appear in Aristotle´s. He developed a "theory of the value of labour", holding that the value o ...
Time Indefinite... of the American South, among them the critically acclaimed Sherman's March,, Six O'Clock News, and Bright Leaves. Sherman's March won numerous awards ...
A Thief CatcherIn 2010, the previously lost shortwas rediscovered at an antique sale in Michigan. The short, filmed in 1914 ...
Saving Private Ryan... Spielberg cast Damon as the titular character in the 1998 World War II film
Manon des Sources... since 1972. Béart won a César Award for Best Supporting Actress in the film(1986). She has been nominated a further seven times for Most Promising Ac ...
Another Fine Mess... d by Hardy on film; the misunderstanding stems from the title of their film(1930)
Schindler's List... a soloist for a number of movie scores, notably the score of the 1993 filmby John Williams, which subsequently won an Academy Award for best score. ...
film... electronically distorted. Gielgud did voice the Ghost in both the stage andversion of the Richard Burton Hamlet, which he directed in 1964, and in th ...
Submerged... n groups of hydrophytes that found in wetland systems throughout the world.water plants. This type of vegetation is found completely underwater. It m ...
Click... , a sympathetic inventor who is more than meets the eye in the comedy/drama, and he also appeared in Man of the Year, with Robin Williams and Lewis B ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... ffleck Oscars for Best Original Screenplay. Damon was also nominated for anfor the same film, which also netted an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor fo ...
Tabu... then agreed to collaborate with F. W. Murnau on another South Seas picture,, but this combination proved even more volatile, and while Flaherty did c ...
Collateral Damage... d of Days (1999), later followed by the action films The 6th Day (2000) and(2002) all of which failed to do well at the box office. In 2003, he made ...
Oxford English DictionaryAccording to thethe etymology is "uncertain and disputed": "The word is perhaps related to ...
The Tuxedo... lyn Manson. Brown also made a cameo appearance in the 2002 Jackie Chan film, in which Chan was required to finish Brown's act after Brown was acciden ...
Novum OrganumFrancis Bacon, especially in his, argued for a new experimental based approach to science, which sought no ...
The Coneheads... turday Night Live characters, Prymaat (Clorhone) Conehead, in the 1993 film
The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case... ikado (1885) and again in The Grand Duke (1896), was first used by Hardy in(1930). In popular culture, the catchphrase is often misquoted as "Well, h ...
2 Kings... Egyptian territory from the Euphrates to the Brook of Egypt (Jeremiah 46:2;23:29) down to Judea. Although Nebuchadrezzar spent many years in his new ...
film... (1950), Cassius in Julius Caesar (1950) (which he immortalised in the 1953), Leontes in The Winter's Tale (1951), and Cardinal Wolsey in Henry VIII ...
Good Will Hunting... vin Smith, the two made changes to the script. The script eventually became(1997), and received nine Academy Awards nominations, earning Damon and Af ...
Twentieth Century... ginated by Jessel after Carole Lombard's character Lily Garland in the filmwhich was then playing at the Oriental; another is that the girls chose th ...
Variety... convey the impression of great age inside apparent youth. Todd McCarthy innoted that Dunst was "just right" for the family. The film featured a scen ...
National Review... supporters "You're going to see the real Bob Dole from now on." By April, acolumnist termed the habit "irritating". The habit has been much-parodied ...
Best Actor... 2000, American Beauty won five Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director,(Spacey), Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography. At the 53rd Br ...
The LibrarianCurtin has also appeared in many movie roles, including Charlene in theseries of movies (2004–2008). She also reprised one of her Saturday Night ...
New Scientist... d the Mystery of Ourselves (2009). According to a review of the book by the, Le Fanu argues for the existence of an immaterial "life force". Le Fanu ...
The Atomic Cafe... Order (1964), directed by Emile de Antonio about the McCarthy hearings andwhich is made entirely out of found footage that various agencies of the U ...
The Godfather... inematic connections. It was the setting for the gruesome scene in the filmdepicting a horse's severed head in the bed of film-producer, Jack Woltz. ...
Quadragesimo Anno... rform a function which can be performed by a smaller unit. Pope Pius XI, in, provided the classical statement of the principle: "Just as it is gravel ...
Book of Common PrayerThe Anglicancontains no Requiem Mass, but instead a service named "The Order for the B ...
End of DaysHe returned with the supernatural thriller(1999), later followed by the action films The 6th Day (2000) and Collater ...
National Lampoon's Animal House... minated portrayal of Mozart in the movie Amadeus and his role as "Pinto" in. Additional acting awards included a total of four Golden Globe nominatio ...
Sixteen Candles... to today's pop-culture world. For example, the school principal in the film(1984) is an interpretation of the Pantalone character, for his goal is to ...
The Bonfire of the Vanities... e anthology New York Stories (1989). Soon after, she landed a small part in(1990), as Tom Hanks's daughter. In 1993, Dunst played Hedril in "Dark Pag ...
Casino Royale... She has appeared in six James Bond films, including Die Another Day (2002),(2006) and its direct sequel Quantum of Solace (2008), making her the long ...
Time... rification system, was named a runner-up for "coolest invention of 2003" bymagazine. In 2005 he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame ...
False Bay Echo... antiaberg Bulletin from Constantiaberg, the City Vision from Bellville, thefrom False Bay, the Helderberg Sun from Helderberg, the Plainsman from Mic ...
Topaz... Herrmann. Herrmann was fired when Hitchcock was unsatisfied with his score.(1969), (based on a Leon Uris novel), is partly set in Cuba. Both received ...
Another Country... opening scene of The Golden Compass, Brideshead Revisited (1981 TV serial),(1984), The Madness of King George III (1994), and the first two Harry Pot ...
Central Airport... Patrol (1930), The Last Flight (1931), and The Cabin in the Cotton (1932),(1933), and a supporting role as Rita Hayworth's character's husband in On ...
The Comics Journal... pact that he could now predict and use to dramatic effect." Bhob Stewart ofmentioned to Gibbons in 1987, that the page layouts recalled those of EC C ...
Forbidden PlanetAs in many episodes, props were recycled from(1956). Most noticeable here is the United Planets Cruiser, in the form of ...
Groundhog Day... ilms, including Caddyshack, Scrooged, Ghostbusters II, The Razor's Edge and. He currently appears with a recurring role as Don Ehlert on the ABC sitc ...
Batman & Robin... rnold playing the main character, Howard Langston, and the comic book-based(1997), where he played the villain Mr. Freeze. This was his final film be ...
Rescue Me... York/New England area has resulted in Leary's most recent television show,, a comedy-drama on FX. In the pilot episode of the show, he is seen weari ...
The Razor's Edge... with him in several films, including Caddyshack, Scrooged, Ghostbusters II,and Groundhog Day. He currently appears with a recurring role as Don Ehler ...
Southern Mail... rg, the Plainsman from Michells Plain, the Sentinel News from Hout Bay, thefrom the Southern Peninsula, the Southern Suburbs Tatler from the Southern ...
Marnie... s, although some critics, such as Robin Wood and Donald Spoto, contend that(1964) is first-class Hitchcock, and some have argued that Frenzy is unfai ...
Get Over ItIn 2001, Dunst made her singing debut in the film, in which she performed two songs. She also sang the jazz song "After You ...
James Bond film seriesIn 1995, she took over the role of M (James Bond's boss) with the, starting with GoldenEye replacing Robert Brown. She has appeared in six ...
Walkabout... used for films previously (most notably, parts of Hymnen in Nicolas Roeg'sin 1971), this was the first time he had been asked to provide music speci ...
Daily Express... han. Goldfinger was serialised as a daily story and as a comic strip in thenewspaper, before being the third James Bond feature film of the Eon Produ ...
Quadragesimo AnnoPope Pius XI further stated, again in, "every social activity ought of its very nature to furnish help to the m ...
Almagest... ly recognized constellation, catalogued along with many others in Ptolemy's, but not historically referred to as a zodiac constellation
The Birds... est movies: North by Northwest (1959) and Psycho (1960). The third film was(1963)
Moby-Dick... this is the chapter The Town Ho's Story from Herman Melville's famous novel, which tells a fully formed story of an exciting mutiny. This inner story ...
Sentinel News... the Helderberg Sun from Helderberg, the Plainsman from Michells Plain, thefrom Hout Bay, the Southern Mail from the Southern Peninsula, the Southern ...
Lost Highway... two Rammstein songs, "Heirate mich" and "Rammstein", for David Lynch's film. The soundtrack for the film was released in the US in late 1996 and late ...
Los Angeles Times... hn Entwistle into helping him blow up toilets. In a 1981 interview with the, Entwistle confessed, "A lot of times when Keith was blowing up toilets I ...
Eraser... for Best Actor – Musical or Comedy. It was followed by the action thriller(1996), the Christmas comedy Jingle All The Way (1996) with Arnold playing ...
Psycho... are also recognised as among his best movies: North by Northwest (1959) and(1960). The third film was The Birds (1963)
Monterey Pop... e group was not included in the D.A. Pennebaker-produced film of the event,. Moby Grape's Monterey recordings and film remain unreleased, allegedly b ...
Apicius... ine with pennyroyal. A large number of the recipes in the Roman cookbook ofcall for the use of pennyroyal, often along with such herbs as lovage, ore ...
World FactbookAccording to the CIA, Library of Congress, Oxford University, over 97% of the population of Pa ...
The Happiness Cage... , in Sidney Lumet's The Anderson Tapes. In 1972's The Mind Snatchers A.K.A., Walken played his first starring role. In this science fiction film, whi ...
Luke... tates that John the Baptist baptised unto repentance in the Jordan (-; Mark;; John). This is recounted as having taken place at Bethabara
Animal Crackers... really Italian was referenced three times on film. In their second feature,, he recognizes someone he knows to be a shady character impersonating a r ...
Starman... ated for the Academy Award for Best Actor in 1984, for playing the alien in. He was also acclaimed for his roles in the thriller Against All Odds (19 ...
Kalamazoo GazetteKalamazoo is served by one daily newspaper, the
Academy Award for Best Actress... in the 1930s, and was a prolific performer for two decades. She received anfor her performance in Johnny Belinda (1948), and later achieved success d ...
Lytton Report... mmunications and transportation. In 1933, the League of Nations adopted the, declaring that Manchuria remained rightfully part of China, leading Japa ...
The New York Times... ch, there is no set musical style for alternative rock as a whole, althoughin 1989 asserted that the genre is "guitar music first of all, with guitar ...
Aeneid... 1674, changed into twelve books (in the manner of the division of Virgil's) with minor revisions throughout and a note on the versification
Centre Daily Times... lish. He graduated in 1936, and worked briefly for the local newspaper, the. He earned his master's degree at the Columbia University Graduate School ...
Mark... ment states that John the Baptist baptised unto repentance in the Jordan (-;; Luke ; John). This is recounted as having taken place at Bethabara
The Anderson Tapes... ature film debut with a small role opposite Sean Connery, in Sidney Lumet's. In 1972's The Mind Snatchers A.K.A. The Happiness Cage, Walken played hi ...
Operation Mad Ball... and Kevin Spacey. He made two films with Curtis, three films with Kovacs (, Bell, Book and Candle, and It Happened to Jane), and eleven with Matthau
Paramount Pictures... olution Studios and subsequently fell apart. In July 2004, it was announcedwould produce Watchmen, and they attached Darren Aronofsky to direct Hayte ...
What the Bleep Do We Know!?... rsity of Salzburg). Hagelin was a featured scientist in the popular movies,, What the Bleep? Down the Rabbit Hole (2006) and The Secret, which renewe ...
Bobby... yed other characters with his sons and his daughter. He starred in the film, which was directed by Emilio. Estevez also starred in the movie alongsid ...
Daily Star... t willing to commit to any production schedules or timelines." However, thereported on May 29 that Schwarzenegger had been offered $40 million to sta ...
It Happened to Jane... is, three films with Kovacs (Operation Mad Ball, Bell, Book and Candle, and), and eleven with Matthau
Jagged Edge... d for his roles in the thriller Against All Odds (1984) and the crime drama(1985). His role in Fearless (1993) is recognized by some critics to be on ...
Vogue... s Studio Five before being contracted as a fashion photographer for Britishmagazine later that year. He also undertook a large amount of freelance wo ...
Gone Baby Gone... he city was also referred to as "fancy pants Melrose" in Ben Affleck's film(2007)
A Night at the OperaIn, which begins in Italy, his character, Fiorello, claims not to be Italian ...
Book of Common Order... gh it does have a hymn book (the 4th edition was published in 2005) and itscontains recommendations for public worship which are usually followed fai ...
Across to SingaporeIn 1928, Crawford starred opposite Ramón Novarro in, but it was her role as Diana Medford in Our Dancing Daughters (1928) tha ...
Streets of Blood... Cage in the Werner Herzog film , and alongside Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson in. Both were released in 2009. He appeared as the main antagonist "Mongoose ...
Secret Agent... Victor Saville's The Good Companions (1933), the lead in Alfred Hitchcock's(1936), Benjamin Disraeli in The Prime Minister (1940), Cassius in Julius ...
Stuff... Cannatella has also posed for the online Playboy Cyber Club, as well as formagazine
Duck SoupIn, when Chico impersonates Groucho but retains his accent, Margaret Dumont ...
Gospel of LukeAccording to the, during the reign of king Herod, there was "a certain priest named Zachar ...
lithograph of two hands drawing each other... orems), an examination of canon form in music, and a discussion of Escher's. To describe such self-referencing objects, Hofstadter coins the term "st ...
The Mirror Has Two FacesMany films, such as Cube, Sneakers,and A Beautiful Mind reflect a popular fascination with the mysteries of p ...
Conditions of Learning... ril 28, 2002) was an American educational psychologist best known for his "". Gagné pioneered the science of instruction during WWII when he worked w ...
Amsterdam Declaration... ganization of the International Humanist and Ethical Union and endorses theon the principles of modern secular humanism
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The Prince... Machiavelli, whose ideas on how rulers should govern the land, detailed in, spread across European courts and enjoyed enduring popularity for centur ...
Houston Chronicle... t." Her final 2005 film was Don't Move playing Italia. Eric Harrison of thenoted that Cruz "goes all out" with her appearance and Patrick Peters of E ...
All About Eve... nuck offered her the role of the aging theatrical actress Margo Channing in(1950). Claudette Colbert, for whom the part had been written, had severel ...
The Heiress... to see." She won Best Actress Academy Awards for To Each His Own (1946) and(1949), and was also widely praised for her Academy Award–nominated perfor ...
Book of Genesis... atinoamérica", a reference to the murder of Abel by his brother Cain in the
The Athenaeum... nt for the 2011-2011 academic year is Ben Jessome. The student newspaper is
Blade Runner... or, in which a computer becomes self-aware, and decides to kill all humans.shows us how human replicas were able to live on Earth, portraying technol ...
The 39 Steps... or even criminal way. The famous victims in The Lodger are all blondes. In, Hitchcock's glamorous blonde star, Madeleine Carroll, is put in handcuff ...
Variety... of June and to the Queen's Theatre in October. Sloane tied for first in theCritics' Poll for "Best New Play" and Orton came second for "Most Promisin ...
Forbes... f brawn and brains. Shows what we know." In August 2007, financial magazinecreated a list of actors who generated the best box office performance rel ...
Bibliotheca Historica... Sicilian historian Diodorus Siculus, writing in the 1st century BCE in his, also provides an account of the Greco-Persian wars, partially derived fr ...
The War at Home... Estevez and Charlie Sheen in various projects: he played Emilio's father in, In the Custody of Strangers and The Way, and Charlie's father in Wall St ...
The TerminatorTechnophobia achieved commercial success in the 1980s with the movie, in which a computer becomes self-aware, and decides to kill all humans. ...
Historia Regum Britanniae... Latin chalybs "steel"), the name of Arthur's sword in his 12th-century work. Caliburnus or Caliburn became Excalibur, Escalibor, and other variations ...
Marnie... tchcock's glamorous blonde star, Madeleine Carroll, is put in handcuffs. In(1964), the title character (played by Tippi Hedren) is a thief. In To Cat ...
Rolling Stone... ed as "TH1RT3EN" on the album cover. He also confirmed in an interview withon July 12, 2011 that "Sudden Death" (which earlier appeared in the video ...
The Last Emperor... is partly due to the erroneous reference in Bernardo Bertolucci's 1987 film, that the Holy See diplomatically recognised Manchukuo. Bishop Auguste Er ...
The New York Times... real memoir. Several of these were written by academics – to the delight of, which published a selection of the more trusting reviews
Milk... a move he explained was inspired by seeing the 2008 biographical drama film, in which Sean Penn portrayed Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man to be ...
The Good Companions... His early important film roles included Inigo Jollifant in Victor Saville's(1933), the lead in Alfred Hitchcock's Secret Agent (1936), Benjamin Disra ...
On connaît la chanson... ions of two plays by Alan Ayckbourn, and two different styles of musical in(Same Old Song) (1997) and Pas sur la bouche (Not on the Lips) (2003)
TalkIn an interview withmagazine in late 1999, Schwarzenegger was asked if he thought of running f ...
First ApologyThe Dialogue is a later work than the; the date of composition of the latter, from the fact that it was address ...
Science News... ter a few months under the editorship of Kendrick Frazier, former editor of. Cecil Adams of The Straight Dope calls Skeptical Inquirer "one of the na ...
1 Kings... oth and Zarthan, is the clay ground where Solomon had his brass-foundries ()
Operation Mad Ball... in Lemmon's career, Lemmon met comedian Ernie Kovacs, during the filming ofand co-starred with the comedian in this film. Lemmon and Kovacs became cl ...
2 Thessalonians... tters, both in style and in content, and its authorship is also affirmed by
My Man Godfrey... ining small parts in films The Kid from Spain (as a "Goldwyn Girl") (1932),(1936) and Cain and Mabel (1936). After changing her surname from Durrell ...
Douay-Rheims Bible... n the Bible, Zechariah (Ζαχαρίας in Greek, Zacharias in KJV, Zachary in the), is the father of John the Baptist, a priest of the sons of Aaron, a pro ...
The Family Way... s film career, winning him a BAFTA Best Actor Award. Sellers later appeared(1966) about a young married couple and their down-to-earth family. In the ...
Handbook of North American IndiansThereports infanticide and cannibalism among the Dene Indians and those of th ...
Fearless... Against All Odds (1984) and the crime drama Jagged Edge (1985). His role in(1993) is recognized by some critics to be one of his best performances. O ...
Nicomachean EthicsIn the, written in 350 BCE, Aristotle stated that happiness (also being well and ...
Hiroshima mon amour... feature films in the late 1950s and consolidated his early reputation with(1959), L'Année dernière à Marienbad (Last Year in Marienbad) (1961), and ...
Sons of the Desert... efore expanding into feature length films in the 1930s. Their films include(1933), the Academy Award winning short film The Music Box (1932), Babes i ...
Damn Yankees... her Tony and went to Hollywood to repeat her role in the 1958 movie version, memorably singing "whatever Lola wants, Lola gets". (Fosse can be seen p ...
Labyrinth... omestically and ranking as one of the top 40 films of 1984. However, 1986's, a Crystal-like fantasy that Henson directed by himself, was considered ( ...
Richard III... (BAFTA Award for Best British Actor), George, Duke of Clarence to Olivier's(1955), and Henry IV to Orson Welles' Falstaff in Chimes at Midnight (1966 ...
Prose Edda... e Icelandic medieval manuscript Codex Regius ("Royal Book"). Along with the, the Poetic Edda is the most expansive source on Norse mythology. The fir ...
Time... lso compared to that of female quartet En Vogue. Christopher John Farley ofmagazine described the album as a "beautifully restrained work", noting th ...
HaaretzIn February 2008 apoll indicated that 64% of Israelis favour their government holding direct ...
You're in the Army Now... ther starring role, in Torchy Plays With Dynamite. In 1941, she appeared in, in which she and Regis Toomey had the longest screen kiss in cinema hist ...
Mafia comedyIn 2007, Kingsley appeared as a Polish American mobster in theYou Kill Me, and a hitman in War, Inc. In 2010, Kingsley has worked voicin ...
A Night at the Opera... stralian soldiers.) Another example of his keyboard flamboyance is found in, wherein he plays the piano for a group of delighted children
Up in Smoke... ly success culminated with the release of their first feature-length movie,, in 1978. Relatively successful, it became something of a cult classic an ...
The Sixth Sense... pected had DreamWorks and Blockbuster reached an agreement. The same year'smade $22 million, while made $8.1 million, even though the latter's North ...
Tales of ManhattanIn 1942, in Hollywood, Robeson participated in the anthology film. His segment depicted black people's living conditions under the sharecro ...
Moulin Rouge!... iece. He ends up creating a carbon copy of the outside world. The 2001 filmfeatures a fictitious musical within a film, called "Spectacular Spectacul ...
1 Corinthians... 5-528), and Methodius appeals to Justin in support of his interpretation of15:50 in a way which makes it natural to assume the existence of a treatis ...
Social Forces... sociology professors Evan Fales and Barry Markovsky in 1997, in the journal. They wrote that Hagelin's equating consciousness with the unified field ...
Washington Star... et out with a broad vision that was praised by both the Washington Post and(which rarely agreed on anything), but funding problems forced revisions a ...
The ContenderIn 2000, he received his fourth Academy Award nomination, for his role in. He also starred in the 2005 Terry Gilliam film Tideland, his second with ...
It Happened to Jane... and appeared together in two subsequent films - Bell, Book and Candle. andIn 1977 PBS broadcast a compilation series of Kovacs' television work, and ...
Payment on Demand... he filmed The Story of a Divorce (released by RKO Radio Pictures in 1951 as) but had received no other offers. Shortly before filming was completed, ...
Hair... a sold-out four-month run with the Broadway production of the rock musical. The Lovin' Spoonful's song "Pow!" was used as the opening theme of Woody ...
The Music Box... lms include Sons of the Desert (1933), the Academy Award winning short film(1932), Babes in Toyland (1934), and Way Out West (1937). Hardy's "Well, h ...
Strangers on a Train... lms. For example, he is seen struggling to get a double bass onto a train (), or walking dogs out of a pet shop The Birds)
Pseudodoxia Epidemica... electricity", which made their first appearance in print in Thomas Browne'sof 1646
Academy Award for Best Actress... ce in the film noir The Lost Weekend (1945). She was nominated for the 1946for The Yearling (1946), and won two years later for her role as a deaf-mu ...
Tea with Mussolini... ight in the Piazza, Calmi Cuori Appassionati, Hannibal, A Room with a View,and Virgin Territory. The city is home to renowned Italian actors and actr ...
Neil Gaiman... written for the series include Paul Jenkins, Warren Ellis, Brian Azzarello,, Grant Morrison, Denise Mina, and currently Peter Milligan
Cheech & Chong's Next Movie... something of a cult classic and was successful enough to warrant a sequel,, in 1980, and Nice Dreams in 1981. These were followed by Things Are Toug ...
The Theory of Political Coalitions... iversity in Appleton, Wisconsin (then Lawrence College), where he published(1962). In 1962, he became the chair of the Political Science Department a ...
The Miracle... es to be mere commerce, undeserving of first amendment protection. The filmwas banned in New York in 1951, at the behest of the Catholic Church, but ...
Shoot the Sun Down... the suicidal brother of Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). In 1978, he appeared in, a western filmed in 1976 that costarred Margot Kidder. Along with Nick N ...
Tideland... r his role in The Contender. He also starred in the 2005 Terry Gilliam film, his second with the director (the first being 1991's The Fisher King). H ...
There Be Dragons... execute children who were conceived using genetically engineered oocytes.*, a historical epic film released in the spring of 2011, includes the earl ...
Aeneid... e a school text for Roman schoolchildren, eventually supplanted by Virgil's. About 600 lines survive. A copy of the work is among the Latin rolls of ...
Paramount Pictures... he suspension and litigation, de Havilland signed a three picture deal with. The quality and variety of her roles began to improve. James Agee, in hi ...
Medical Hypotheses... physiological function of the purported liquid is unknown. A 2009 paper insuggests that it may have an anti-microbial function, protecting from urin ...
The Missing Peace... in 2004 placed the blame for the failure of the summit on Arafat. They wereby longtime US Middle East envoy Dennis Ross and My Life by President Clin ...
Our Dancing Daughters... món Novarro in Across to Singapore, but it was her role as Diana Medford in(1928) that catapulted her to stardom. The role established her as a symbo ...
First ApologyJustin Martyr, in his(ca. 155) and Dialogue with Trypho (ca. 160), sometimes refers to written ...
DSM-5... honic tic, are present for more than a year. The fifth version of the DSM (), due out in May 2013, is likely to reclassify Tourette's as a neurodevel ...
Reader's Digest... manac was sold to Ripplewood Holdings' WRC Media in 1999. Ripplewood boughtand the book was then produced by the World Almanac Education Group, which ...
Next Stop, Greenwich VillagePaul Mazursky's 1976 filmhad Walken, under the name "Chris Walken", playing fictional poet and ladi ...
The Expendables... movie. Schwarzenegger's most recent appearance was in Sylvester Stallone's, where he made a cameo appearance alongside Stallone and Bruce Willis
Some Like It HotHe became a favorite actor of director Billy Wilder, starring in his films(for which he was awarded Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival), The Apa ...
Virgin Territory... mi Cuori Appassionati, Hannibal, A Room with a View, Tea with Mussolini and. The city is home to renowned Italian actors and actresses, such as Rober ...
Go WestA scene in the film, in which Chico attempts to placate an Indian chief of whom Groucho has r ...
ScienceA 1960 issue ofmagazine included an article by von Foerster and his colleagues P.M.Mora a ...
The Birds... d by his mother for insisting that shadowy, murderous men are after him. In(1963), the Rod Taylor character, an innocent man, finds his world under a ...
The Fisher King... Gilliam film Tideland, his second with the director (the first being 1991's). He shaved his trademark mane of hair to play the role of Obadiah Stane ...
To Mock a MockingbirdHis book(1985) is a recreational introduction to the subject of combinatory logic
Annie Hall... ng fictional poet and ladies' man Robert Fulmer. In Woody Allen's 1977 film, Walken played the suicidal brother of Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). In 1978 ...
Farewell to Manzanar... his was even noticed by the children, as mentioned in the well-known memoir
The Running Man... eral films, including sequels to The Terminator and remakes of Predator and, and that he was "packaging" a comic book character. The character was la ...
2010... n Apple IIc with the smaller of these displays appeared briefly in the film.) The IIc had an external power supply that converted AC power to 12 V DC ...
Julius Caesar... et Agent (1936), Benjamin Disraeli in The Prime Minister (1940), Cassius in(1953) (BAFTA Award for Best British Actor), George, Duke of Clarence to O ...
Fontes Christiani... Ambrose's works have recently been published in the bilingual Latin-Germanseries (currently edited by Brepols)
The American Magazine... became a reporter for the Associated Press and in 1942, joined the staff ofas a section editor, later becoming a staff writer. The American Magazine ...
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?... ame closely associated with Davis after it was referenced in Edward Albee's, and impersonators began to use it in their acts. In later years, Davis o ...
Pinewood Studios... t, which limits development. It is the location of the nationally importantand Dorney Lake, which will be holding the rowing events at the 2012 Summe ...
St Matthew Passion... In 2001 a critically acclaimed and Grammy Award winning recording of Bach'sconducted by Harnoncourt was released, which included the entire score of ...
Billboard... on. The album yielded the single "If Your Girl Only Knew", which topped theHot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for two weeks. It also generated the singles "Hot li ...
Tit-BitsBennett won a literary competition inmagazine in 1889 and was encouraged to take up journalism full time. In 18 ...
The New York Times... g their headquarters to Fairfield County from Manhattan; Thomas J. Lueck ofsaid that the trend "permanently decentralized big business in the New Yor ...
The Washington Post... The Brothers Grimm (2005), which was a critically panned commercial failure;concluded, "Damon, constantly flashing his newscaster's teeth and flaunti ...
spin-off... om The Real World and its sister production Road Rules have appeared on theseries The Challenge, which pays $100,000 or more to its winners. Various ...
The Importance of Being Earnest... he wrote to his publisher. He corrected and published An Ideal Husband and, the proofs of which Ellmann argues show a man "very much in command of h ...
Rolling Stone... hit or albums would receive critical praise in mainstream publications like, alternative rock in the 1980s was primarily relegated to independent rec ...
Lukan language... d that 1 Thes. 5:1-11 is a post-Pauline insertion that has many features ofand theology that serves as an apologetic correction to Paul's imminent ex ...
Journal of Scientific Exploration... es, retired colleagues of Hagelin from MUM, replied to this critique in theand said, in part, that Fales' and Markovsky's accusation of "vagueness" a ...
Chromophobia... ack hole," that she "lacks screen presence." Also in 2005, Cruz appeared in, screened at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival and released the following yea ...
ICD-10... ational Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems,; code F95.2 is for combined vocal and multiple motor tic disorder [de la ...
Putting Pants on Philip... Hardy officially became a team the following year in the silent short film(1927). The pair remained with the Roach studio until 1940, then appeared ...
Iron Man... to play the role of Obadiah Stane in the 2008 Marvel comic book adaptation. In July 2008, at the San Diego Comic-Con International, he appeared in a ...
Sexy Beast... ng for Bobby Fischer, Schindler's List, Silas Marner, Death and the Maiden,, for which he received another Academy Award nomination for Best Supporti ...
How to Live on 24 Hours a Day... r non-fiction works, which is still read to this day, is the self-help book. His diaries have yet to be published in full, but extracts from them are ...
SS Great Eastern... orld's first commercial savings bank, Sir James Anderson, who captained theon the Transatlantic telegraph cable laying voyages in 1865 and 1866, Jame ...
Here Comes the Groom... h such directors as Alfred Hitchcock on Stage Fright (1950), Frank Capra on(1951) and Michael Curtiz on The Story of Will Rogers (1952). She starred ...
Popcorn ShrimpWalken debuted as a film director and script writer with the short filmin 2001. He also wrote and acted the main role in a play about Elvis Presl ...
Evening Standard... eaverbrook, he began writing an influential weekly article on books for thenewspaper
New Girl in Town... e, the hard-luck girl fleeing from her past as a prostitute, in the musical. When Fosse directed as well as choreographed his first Broadway musical, ...
Twilight... the Harry Potter (e.g. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson) and(e.g. Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner) film franchise ...
Lancelot-Grail... de explicit in the later so-called Vulgate Merlin Continuation, part of thecycle. However, in what is sometimes called the Post-Vulgate Merlin, Excal ...
Twister... d in that film, along with being the title of the 1996 tornado-related film
Love Letters... ed an ongoing relationship with Wright State University, where he performedas a benefit for scholarships in the Department of Theatre, Dance and Moti ...
Native LandIn 1942 Robeson performed in the Frontier Films production ofwhich was based on the La Follette Committee's investigation of the repres ...
Acts of the Apostles... d them to the Council of Jerusalem, although his name occurs nowhere in the
Seven Days to NoonThey began with serious, tight, economical drama films such as(1950) and Graham Greene's Brighton Rock (1947), both with Roy producing a ...
Forrest GumpBayou La Batre was featured in the 1994 filmand the book upon which it is based. In April 2005, Disney Studios launche ...
Vertigo... and Hitchcock scholars, including Donald Spoto and Roger Ebert, agree thatrepresents the director's most personal and revealing film, dealing with t ...
Neil Gaiman... k, which includes several jarring authorial intrusions, which fellow authordescribed as "patronising and unfair"
Entertainment Weekly... lding a rose. Reviewing the posters of several 1999 films, David Hochman ofrated American Beautys highly, saying it evoked the tagline; he said, "You ...
Sweet CharityIn 1966, Verdon returned to the stage in the role of Charity in, which like many of her earlier Broadway triumphs was choreographed and d ...
Another Man's Poison... veled to England, where Davis and Merrill starred in a murder-mystery film,(1951). When it received lukewarm reviews and failed at the box office, Ho ...
Yorkshire Post... fifteenth birthday, to become a copy boy at the Fleet Street offices of the. He raced through a series of dead end jobs, before his call up for Natio ...
Prose Edda... n the Church of Iceland's Bishop of Skálholt. At that time, versions of thewere well known in Iceland, but scholars speculated that there once was an ...
Apocalypse Now... an film actor best known for his performances in the films Badlands (1973),(1979), Wall Street (1987), The Departed (2006), his role as The Illusive ...
Best Supporting Actor... he youngest actors ever to be nominated for an Academy Award (1972, age 22,, The Last Picture Show), and one of the oldest ever to win (2010, age 60, ...
Ocean's Twelve... 60 caper film Ocean's 11; the successful crime dramedy spawned two sequels,(2004) and Ocean's Thirteen (2007). He played amnesiac assassin Jason Bour ...
Skeptical Inquirer... ctor Lee Nisbet wrote in the 25th-anniversary issue of the group's journal,
Oui... in the stories is not true". This came after an interview in adult magazinefrom 1977 surfaced, in which Schwarzenegger discussed attending sexual org ...
The Front Page... a character actor in supporting roles. Some of his noteworthy films include(1931), Trouble in Paradise (1932), Alice in Wonderland (1933), The Gay Di ...
Strangers on a Train... tes, was not an uncommon occurrence on many of Hitchcock's films, includingand Topaz. While Hitchcock did do a great deal of preparation for all his ...
Runner's World... of health-related books and magazines, including Men's Health, Prevention,and Women's Health magazines. Buckeye Pipe Line, a United States petroleum ...
The Hudsucker Proxy... acting career, Smith debuted with a minor role in the screwball comedy film. Later the same year she played a supporting role opposite Leslie Nielsen ...
Badlands... is in 1981 with Terrence Malick, the director of Sheen’s breakthrough film,(1973)
Murder in Mississippi... e as the 1960s civil rights activist Michael Schwerner in the 1990 TV-movie. He starred as Joseph Stalin's projectionist in Russian director Andrei K ...
Sports IllustratedIn celebrating's 50th anniversary, the magazine named Billerica one of the nation's top ...
The Story of Will Rogers... ht (1950), Frank Capra on Here Comes the Groom (1951) and Michael Curtiz on(1952). She starred in The Glass Menagerie (1950), Just for You (1952), Le ...
Best Actor... r, The Last Picture Show), and one of the oldest ever to win (2010, age 60,, Crazy Heart). Crazy Heart also won him the Golden Globe for Best Actor i ...
L.A. Story... le" (from Watermark) and "Epona" (from Enya) were featured in the 1991 film. "Ebudae" is also featured on the soundtrack to the Robin Williams featur ...
Private's Progress... ing. They then became known for a series of satirical comedy films, such as(1956), Lucky Jim (1957) and I'm All Right Jack (1959). John Boulting cont ...
Harlem Shuffle... egum act The Banana Splits. He was also responsible in 1963 for arranging "" for Bob & Earl, which became a hit in the UK in 1969. He discovered disc ...
Lexicon Technicum... re were publications describing technology. Encyclopaedias such as Harris's(1704) and Abraham Rees's Cyclopaedia (1802–1819) contain much of value. C ...
ConjuringRandi is author of(1992), a biographical history of noted magicians. The book is subtitled: ...
The Prince of Egypt... e of Egypt) talks about the actor. "Val was one of the first people cast in. He was there every step of the way; patient, understanding, and phenomen ...
prayer books... the principal service. The rites for the Eucharist are found in the variousof Anglican churches. Wine along with unleavened wafers or leavened bread ...
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation... other films. He memorably appeared as Chevy Chase's uptight boss in 1989's, and co-starred as an arcade business owner in the 1992 film version of W ...
Trouble in Paradise... pporting roles. Some of his noteworthy films include The Front Page (1931),(1932), Alice in Wonderland (1933), The Gay Divorcee (1934), Top Hat (1935 ...
Blazing SaddlesMel Brooks's 1974 comedyleaves its Western setting when the climactic fight scene breaks out, reve ...
book of the same name... La Batre is mentioned in the 1994 film Forrest Gump and in Winston Groom'son which the movie is based as the home of Forrest's army buddy Benjamin B ...
Maclean's... for Ubiquitous Computing. In 2001, it achieved high rankings in the annualUniversity Rankings, including Best Overall for Primarily Undergraduate Un ...
Soil StradivariusPerlman plays using the antiqueviolin of 1714, formerly owned by Yehudi Menuhin and considered to be one ...
James A. Garfield Monument... e Ulysses S. Grant Memorial (#8 on image), the Capitol Reflecting Pool, theand the Peace Monument, as well as some that are south of Maryland Avenue, ...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... io until 1940, then appeared in eight "B" comedies for 20th Century Fox andfrom 1941 to 1945. After finishing their movie commitments at the end of 1 ...
Top GunFollowing their appearance together in, Kilmer and co-star Tom Cruise reportedly had taken their onscreen confli ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... g. Æsir, Ærø) or brand names which make use of the ligature (e.g. Æon Flux,). In the United States, the problem of the ligature is sidestepped in man ...
The Blue Veil... The Glass Menagerie (1950), Just for You (1952), Let's Do It Again (1953),(1951) (another Oscar nomination), the remake of Edna Ferber's So Big (195 ...
Tiger Beat... dols have always been a permanent feature in magazines such as 16 magazine,and Right On! in the United States, and in similar magazines elsewhere. Wi ...
Topaz... occurrence on many of Hitchcock's films, including Strangers on a Train and. While Hitchcock did do a great deal of preparation for all his movies, h ...
I'm All Right Jack... rical comedy films, such as Private's Progress (1956), Lucky Jim (1957) and(1959). John Boulting contributed as co-writer for the films. The Boulting ...
The Snake Pit... and was also widely praised for her Academy Award–nominated performance in(1948). This was one of the earliest films to attempt a realistic portraya ...
Alice in Wonderland... noteworthy films include The Front Page (1931), Trouble in Paradise (1932),(1933), The Gay Divorcee (1934), Top Hat (1935, one of several Astaire/Rog ...
classic monsters of Universal Studios... and appearances of the family members other than Marilyn were based on thefilms from the 1930s and 1940s. Universal produced The Munsters as well, a ...
Entertainment Weekly... ntity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007).placed Damon as an "action star" on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, ...
Le Morte d'ArthurMalory records both versions of the legend in his, and confusingly calls both swords Excalibur
Maclean'sIn 2010, Acadia was ranked second inMagazine for Best Overall in the Primarily Undergraduate University catego ...
The City of God... space for politics and political action. Works such as Augustine of Hippo'ssynthesized current philosophies and political traditions with those of Ch ...
Repo! The Genetic OperaThe main plot device inis an opera which is going to be held the night of the events of the movie ...
The United Methodist Hymnal... andard liturgies for the Eucharist (as well as other services) are found inand The United Methodist Book of Worship. The standard Service of Word and ...
True GritBridges received his sixth Academy Award nomination for his role in, a collaboration with the Coen brothers in which he starred alongside Mat ...
Constellation... (2008, originally released as Like Moles, Like Rats), Air Band (2005), and(2005). Portions of the film SpaceCamp (1986) were filmed at Huntsville's ...
Godzilla vs. Biollante... for various anime and TV shows, including Cyborg 009 and a feature film of, got involved in the project out of the pure curiosity and proved that ga ...
Evening Standard... c Places (2004). His plays have won numerous awards, including seven LondonAwards. They have been translated into over 35 languages and are performed ...
film adaptation of The Wiz... hard Pryor, Nipsey Russell and Ted Ross. Upon its October 1978 release, the, a $24 million production, earned $21,049,053 at the box office. Though p ...
film of the same name... Born in the U.S.A."). This song would later serve as the basis for the 1987, in which Cheech Marin played the starring role. Immediately following th ...
(The) Histories... r Persian overlordship). He wrote his 'Enquiries' (Greek—Historia; English—) around 440–430 BC, trying to trace the origins of the Greco-Persian Wars ...
Atoll K... d. In 1950 they made their last film, a French/Italian co-production called, before retiring from the screen. In total they appeared together in 107 ...
Fort Worth Star-TelegramIn a column published in thenewspaper in August 1997, reporter Molly Ivins wrote that Amway had "its o ...
Descriptions des Arts et Métiers... ry well illustrated by fine engravings. Foreign printed sources such as theand Diderot's Encyclopédie explained foreign methods with fine engraved pl ...
All That Heaven Allows... 953), Magnificent Obsession (1954) (Oscar nomination), Lucy Gallant (1955),(1955), and Miracle in the Rain (1956)
Journal of Palestine StudiesNorman Finkelstein published an article in the winter 2007 issue of, excerpting from his longer essay called Subordinating Palestinian Rights ...
Dr. Dolittle... perform at the event. The song "Are You That Somebody?" was featured on thesoundtrack, which earned Aaliyah her first Grammy Award nomination. The so ...
Picsou Magazine... o his stories that had been originally published by French Disney publisherin 2004. While the 2008 reprint featured a superior printing quality and t ...
On the Origin of Species... parately at the idea of natural selection which he set out in his 1859 book, but it has been speculated that he may have had some half-forgotten memo ...
Frankenstein... akeup originally created by Jack Pierce for the 1931 Universal Studios film
Homage to Catalonia... of the Spanish Civil War which also takes this view is George Orwell's book
It's My Turn... Ross scored a Top 10 hit in late 1980 with the theme song to the 1980 film. The following year, she collaborated with former Commodores singer-songw ...
Nights of Cabiria... ed by husband Fosse. The show is based on Federico Fellini's screenplay for. But whereas Fellini's black-and-white Italian film concerns the romantic ...
Robinson Crusoe... s been more (Bonobo, Homo, Pan) or less (Gorilla, Pongo) social animals, so-like situations are either fictions or unusual corner cases to the ubiqui ...
Snow Dogs... le as assassin Jack Ruby in 1991's JFK. He was also seen in the 2002 movie,. His most recent role was in 2009's 17 Again
Encyclopédie... printed sources such as the Descriptions des Arts et Métiers and Diderot'sexplained foreign methods with fine engraved plates
Pedicab Driver... and their drivers include Kickboxer and Sammo Hung's 1989 martial arts film, which dealt with a group of pedicab drivers and their problems with roma ...
NewsweekIn an interview published in(April 9, 1973), President Sadat again threatened war with Israel. Several ...
Miracle in the Rain... (Oscar nomination), Lucy Gallant (1955), All That Heaven Allows (1955), and(1956)
Money magazine... y. The main population center of Columbia/Ellicott City was named 2nd among's 2010 survey of "America's Best Places to Live." Howard County's schools ...
PC Gamer... logy, and entertainment by publications such as Entertainment Weekly, Time,, Discover and GameSpy. Wright was also awarded the PC Magazine Lifetime A ...
Daily Chronicle... rin, Wilde's great-uncle. Wilde wrote two long letters to the editor of the, describing the brutal conditions of English prisons and advocating penal ...
The Contender... Know" from Crazy Heart on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. In the film, in which he co-starred, Bridges recorded a version of Johnny Cash's stan ...
Gospel of Luke... changed the name's spelling back to Emmaus, reflecting the spelling in thein the English New Testament
Ocean's Thirteen... the successful crime dramedy spawned two sequels, Ocean's Twelve (2004) and(2007). He played amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne in the hit action thrille ...
The Politics... 22 BC). These authors, in such works as The Republic and Laws by Plato, andand Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle, analyzed political systems philosophi ...
Entertainment Weekly... ant people in gaming, technology, and entertainment by publications such as, Time, PC Gamer, Discover and GameSpy. Wright was also awarded the PC Mag ...
Winston-Salem Journal... of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, told thein a 2007 interview that the ability to use this form of guilty plea as an ...
Epistle to the Galatians... scholars see this as an indication that this letter was written before the, where Paul formed and identified his positions on these matters
America's National Game... Spalding combined these records with his own memories (and biases) to write(published 1911) which, despite its flaws, was probably the first scholarl ...
Harry Potter... y new teen idols emerge from popular feature films such as the casts of the(e.g. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson) and Twilight (e.g. R ...
The Outfit... ared in the films Zigzaga.k.a. False Witness with George Kennedy (1970) and(1974) with Robert Duvall. She resumed making live and studio albums under ...
PC Magazine... t Weekly, Time, PC Gamer, Discover and GameSpy. Wright was also awarded theLifetime Achievement Award in January 2005
Skeptic Magazine... ributes a regular column, titled "'Twas Brillig," to The Skeptics Society's. In his weekly commentary, Randi often gives examples of what he consider ...
The Wizard of Oz... "cyclone" is used as a synonym for "tornado" in the often-aired 1939 film,. The term "twister" is also used in that film, along with being the title ...
Hello Kitty... r designs that range from comic book scenes, to adult themes, and even to "" themes
Talk to HerThe 2002 Pedro Almodovar film(Hable con Ella) has the chief character Benigno tell a story called The S ...
Sherlock, Jr.In Buster Keaton's, Keaton's protagonist actually enters into a film while it is playing in ...
The Cube... or Short Film in 1966. The year 1969 saw the production of the NBC-TV movie– another Henson-produced experimental film
After Hours... ller supporting roles in Graham Chapman's Yellowbeard and Martin Scorsese's
Endless Love... r Commodores singer-songwriter Lionel Richie on the theme song for the film. The Academy Award-nominated "Endless Love" single became her final hit o ...
Genesis... plain ("Kikkar ha-Yarden"), and it is said to be like "the garden of God" (). There is no regular description of the Jordan in the Bible; only scatte ...
Antiquities of the JewsHis most important works were The Jewish War (c. 75) and(c. 94). The Jewish War recounts the Jewish revolt against Roman occupatio ...
Big Business... many enthusiasts claim the superiority of The Music Box, their silent film(1929) is by far the most consistently acclaimed. The plot sees Laurel and ...
Les Quatre Cents Coups... . The film was shown at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival, alongside Truffaut's, and its success became associated with the emerging movement of the New ...
The Time Machine... be seen on the exterior of an Eloi public building in MGM's 1960 version of. John Brahm was awarded a Directors Guild award for his work on the episo ...
Antz... s. They also appeared together as the voices of a pair of wasps in the film. In 2009, she played Paul Rudd and Andy Samberg's mother in I Love You, M ...
Holiday... which Horton appeared), Danger - Love at Work (1937), Lost Horizon (1937),(1938), Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944), Pocketf ...
How to Commit Marriage... ed in Pollyanna (1960), Bon Voyage! (1962), and her final big screen movie,(1969). Wyman was also a well-regarded character actress
John Constantine... Changing Man, Dream of the Endless, and Swamp Thing have made appearances., the main character of Hellblazer, is portrayed as a kind of confidence m ...
Galatians... In Justin's works, distinct references are found to Romans, 1 Corinthians,, Ephesians, Colossians, and 2 Thessalonians, and possible ones to Philipp ...
AllmusicStephen Thomas Erlewine, senior editor for, described specifically Culture Club as a new wave band and generically a ...
The Jewish WarHis most important works were(c. 75) and Antiquities of the Jews (c. 94). The Jewish War recounts the J ...
Alibi Ike... s hired to reprise her role as Hermia. After appearing with Joe E. Brown inand James Cagney in The Irish in Us, she played opposite Errol Flynn in su ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... two-volume work on phrenology (1838), and articles for several editions of
Daily Mail... issing. On July 13, an interview was published in News of the World and thewherein Jackson went public with her conclusion that Michael was murdered. ...
1 Corinthians... e later Church. In Justin's works, distinct references are found to Romans,, Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, and 2 Thessalonians, and possible ones ...
Lady of the Night... layed Irene, a struggling chorus girl. In the same year, Crawford worked on, starring Norma Shearer. Crawford was made up and used as a double for Sh ...
Book of GenesisTherefers to Casluhim as the origin of the Philistines. Biblical scholars reg ...
The New York Times... This included forging a CIA memo and sending it to media sources, including, to spread rumors that CSICOP was actually a front group for the CIA. A l ...
All About Eve... ard G. Robinson in Double Indemnity (film); Bette Davis screams about it in; Audrey Hepburn and Gary Cooper flirt about it in Love in the Afternoon ( ...
The Elephant Man... ess (1974), and his performances in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968),(1981), and Shine (1996) were critically acclaimed. In 1980, he played the ...
Steal This BookThe Universal Life Church was referenced by Abbie Hoffman in his 1970 book, which encouraged readers to request an ordination from the ULC, receive ...
The Threepenny Opera... ased in 1988. She also appeared as Mrs. Peachum in the 1989 film version of, which was renamed Mack the Knife for the screen. In 1991 she starred opp ...
Some Like It HotLemmon recorded an album in 1958 while filmingwith Marilyn Monroe. Twelve jazz tracks were created for Lemmon and anothe ...
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The Pink PantherInspector Clouseau offranchise was based on the franchise, playing an inessentially incompetent ...
Infernal Affairs... n Martin Scorsese's The Departed, a remake of the Hong Kong police thriller. Assessing his work in the two films, Manohla Dargis of The New York Time ...
Rent... arson and Thomson. Lynn Thomson, Jonathan Larson's dramaturg on the musical, claimed that she was a co-author of the work and that she never assigned ...
Holiday for LoversShe replaced the ailing Gene Tierney in(1959), and next appeared in Pollyanna (1960), Bon Voyage! (1962), and her ...
The Dream of RhonabwyThough not named as Caledfwlch, Arthur's sword is described vividly inone of the tales associated with the Mabinogion
Tory! Tory! Tory!... viewed about the rise of Thatcherism for the 2006 BBC TV documentary series
Philadelphia City Paper... fervid emotional atmosphere of rallies and political religious revivalism.”correspondent Maryam Henein stated that “The language used in motivational ...
Lost Horizon... taire/Rogers films in which Horton appeared), Danger - Love at Work (1937),(1937), Holiday (1938), Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941), Arsenic and Old Lace ...
Games... dentified, in the last photo, as the murderer. The article was reprinted inMagazine in November/December 1980
The Hostage... h Marjorie Helen (later Leslie Parrish-Bach). His last starring role was in, made in 1966 and released in 1967, in which he received very favorable r ...
L'Année dernière à MarienbadResnais's next film was(Last Year at Marienbad) (1961), which he made in collaboration with the n ...
Salon.com... 09, she appeared in the film Broken Embraces as Lena. Stephanie Zacharek ofnoted in her review for the film that Cruz "doesn't coast on her beauty in ...
B.S. I Love You... Tattletales, Hollywood Squares, and Showoffs. He also appeared in the film, as well as an episode of The Love Boat. His M*A*S*H character Radar O'Re ...
Cold Turkey... Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963). He last appeared in a non-speaking role in(1971)
Kiss Me, KateThe musicalis about the production of a fictitious musical, The Taming of the Shrew, ...
SourceWatch... y Front Groups and Anti-Environmental Think Tanks." It has also started the(formerly Disinfopedia) project, a specialized wiki encyclopedia about pro ...
Ghostbusters II... s acted together with him in several films, including Caddyshack, Scrooged,, The Razor's Edge and Groundhog Day. He currently appears with a recurrin ...
Personal Services... e Secret Diary of Adrian Mole. Walters starred as the lead in the 1987 film– a dramatic comedy about a British brothel owner. Walters played the lead ...
Brady Bunch movies... tled Ho, Ho, Ho. He has had guest appearances in many films, including both, in which he played Jan's female guidance counselor. In 1997, RuPaul team ...
Some Like It Hot... or his role in the controversial film Missing in 1982, and for his roles in(1959), The Apartment (1960), Days of Wine and Roses (1962), The China Syn ...
LookHitchcock also wrote a mystery story formagazine in 1943, "The Murder of Monty Woolley". This was a sequence of ca ...
Scrooged... ray and has acted together with him in several films, including Caddyshack,, Ghostbusters II, The Razor's Edge and Groundhog Day. He currently appear ...
Ski Party... national profile was boosted further that year by appearances in the movieand the concert film The T.A.M.I. Show, in which he and The Famous Flames ...
Aeneid... ustus. Along with Maecenas, he stimulated patriotic poems, as Vergil's epicand also historiographical works, like those of Livy. The works of this li ...
The Alphabet MurdersTony Randall portrayed Poirot ina 1965 film also known as The ABC Murders. This was more a satire of Poiro ...
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang... 5. In 2005, he co-starred with Robert Downey, Jr. in the action-comedy film. His performance was praised and the film was well reviewed, but the film ...
PR Watch... be obscured or concealed. Critics of the public relations industry, such as, contend that some public relations firms involve a "multi-billion dollar ...
Spring Awakening2007 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Musical[winner] Produced by Tom Hulc
Broken Embraces... making over $290 million worldwide. Also in 2009, she appeared in the filmas Lena. Stephanie Zacharek of Salon.com noted in her review for the film ...
The Charge of the Light Brigade... AFTA Award for Murder on the Orient Express (1974), and his performances in(1968), The Elephant Man (1981), and Shine (1996) were critically acclaime ...
Rolling Stone... ng, Christian non-profit entity called Gospel Communications International.'s Bob Moser reported that former Amway CEO and co-founder Richard DeVos i ...
Shakespeare in Love... nine years for Mrs. Brown in 1997; her Oscar-winning turn as Elizabeth I inin 1998; for Chocolat in 2000; for the lead role of writer Iris Murdoch in ...
Spring Awakening2007 Tony Award Best Musical[winner] Produced by Tom Hulc
Caddyshack... ian Bill Murray and has acted together with him in several films, including, Scrooged, Ghostbusters II, The Razor's Edge and Groundhog Day. He curren ...
National JournalThe non-partisanrates a Senator's votes by what percentage of the Senate voted more libera ...
SpaceballsOne of the other songs, "Raise Your Hands", appeared in the movie
The Book of Discipline... g and Response section, is prayed by an authorized minister as set forth in. Generally speaking, the ministry of presiding at the Eucharist is given ...
Save the Tiger... Actor Oscar in 1956 for Mister Roberts (1955) and the Best Actor Oscar for(1973), becoming the first actor to achieve this double. He was also nomin ...
Bye Bye Birdie... n made a big splash as a teen idol in the television program Flipper. Afterwas released in 1963, Bobby Rydell became an instant teen tdol
Mrs. Brown... nt film career has garnered six Academy Award nominations in nine years forin 1997; her Oscar-winning turn as Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love in 1 ...
Vicky Cristina BarcelonaLater that year, she starred in Woody Allen'sas María Elena, a mentally unstable woman. Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian ...
Holland Tunnel... ions with Interstate 78, which spans from Lebanon County in the west to theand New York City in the east
Kerrang!... also achieved Diamond status in Canada and 6x Platinum status in Australia.magazine listed the album at No. 44 among the "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Al ...
Scientific American... the oldest ancestors of FreeCell is Eight Off. In the June 1968 edition of, Martin Gardner described in his "Mathematical Games" column a game by C. ...
Los Angeles Times... ed Culture Club as a hot new rock act, while William K Knoedelseder Jr fromsaid about the group, "Boy George of Culture Club, a rock group MTV helped ...
Book of GenesisThe biblical account of the life of Jacob is found in the, chapters 25-50
Clinical Cancer Research... egarding checking for EN2 in urine in the 1 March 2011 issue of the journal. A laboratory test currently identifies EN2 in urine, and a home test kit ...
New York Tribune... sionaries, blacks in Charleston organized a May Day ceremony covered by theand other national papers. It came to be called the "First Decoration Day" ...
The Producers... ere a "Grail dance" sends up the "bottle dance" in Fiddler's wedding scene.(2001) includes a musical number in the style of Jerry Bock that features ...
American HeritageIn 1999,magazine rated Elihu Yale the "most overrated philanthropist" in American ...
The China Syndrome... me Like It Hot (1959), The Apartment (1960), Days of Wine and Roses (1962),(1979), and Tribute (1980). He won another Cannes award for his performanc ...
Mr. and Mrs. Smith... publicity, brought some cows along with her when she reported to the set of
Show Boat... letomane Ernest Belcher. While in high school, she was cast in a revival of
CinderellaFor Walt Disney, she played Lucifer the Cat in the feature film, Lambert's mother in Lambert the Sheepish Lion, a mermaid in Peter Pan an ...
Who's Who... ation, Fraser created a fictional entry for Flashman in the 1909 edition of. The entry lists Flashman's laurels: VC, KCB, KCIE; Chevalier of the Légi ...
Caligula... cclaimed. In 1980, he played the role of Nerva in the Penthouse-funded film. In 1991, Gielgud was able to satisfy his life's ambition by immortalisin ...
The Apartment... versial film Missing in 1982, and for his roles in Some Like It Hot (1959),(1960), Days of Wine and Roses (1962), The China Syndrome (1979), and Trib ...
Soul UndergroundJules was a contributor to the UK-based black music magazinebetween 1988-1990. He contributed both as 'Judge Jules' and as 'The Dark K ...
LukeAccording to the canonical gospels of Matthew, Mark and; Jesus spent 40 days fasting in the desert before the beginning of his pu ...
The Sheik... d looks and winning way with women featured heavily in such silent films as. Valentino was so popular with young women, many of them went into mass h ...
Psychological Types... fects of a neurosis on the dominant and inferior functions are discussed in
MarkAccording to the canonical gospels of Matthew,and Luke; Jesus spent 40 days fasting in the desert before the beginning o ...
A View to a KillIn 1985, Walken played a James Bond villain, Max Zorin, in. Walken dyed his hair blond to befit Zorin's origins as a Nazi experiment ...
Babes in Toyland... reasure in 1992. (1933) is considered Laurel and Hardy's best feature film.(1934) retains a timeless appeal and remains a perennial on American T.V. ...
People... e recently." The photos of their ceremony were sold through Getty Images tomagazine for around $1,000,000
Philadelphia Daily News... ul with Jamaican reggae and also other styles as calypso, salsa or country.described Culture Club as a hot new rock act, while William K Knoedelseder ...
The Second Chance... ernational. Smith finished work on a film directed by Steve Taylor entitledwhich was released on February 17, 2006 in selected theatres. In the movie ...
The Observer... . No, which had faced widespread criticism in the British media. Writing in, Maurice Richardson thought that "Mr. Fleming seems to be leaving realism ...
The NewsPictou County is served by the daily newspaperand the weekly newspaper The Advocate. The only locally based radio statio ...
Foreign Correspondent... 1940—particularly notable considering the fact that another Hitchcock film,, was also nominated that same year
MatthewAccording to the canonical gospels of, Mark and Luke; Jesus spent 40 days fasting in the desert before the begi ...
I Love You, Man... n the film Antz. In 2009, she played Paul Rudd and Andy Samberg's mother in
The New York TimesStephen Holden, music critic for, said in his article Rock: British Culture Club, that the popular quartet ...
Record World... xville, Tennessee for a reported $75,000, according to the January 20, 1968magazine. The call letters were changed to WJBE reflecting his initials. W ...
The New York Times... er Infernal Affairs. Assessing his work in the two films, Manohla Dargis ofwrote that Damon "does what few stars with his kind of billing do: he disa ...
Ottawa Sun... in Ottawa, including the French Le Droit and the English Ottawa Citizen and
Double Indemnity (film)... ilms. For example, Fred MacMurray talks about it with Edward G. Robinson in; Bette Davis screams about it in All About Eve; Audrey Hepburn and Gary C ...
Lonely PlanetIn 2010,ranked Greece's northern and second-largest city of Thessaloniki as the wo ...
Los Angeles TimesIn December 2003, thereported that Stevens had taken advantage of lax Senate rules to use his p ...
TV GuideIn a 2007 article,named The Price Is Right the "greatest game show of all time"
Ottawa Citizen... wspapers published in Ottawa, including the French Le Droit and the Englishand Ottawa Sun
Rebecca... ated for, albeit never winning, an Academy Award as Best Director. His film(nominated for 11 Oscars) won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1940—p ...
Iron Man... e of his best-known major motion films include: Tron (and its ) , Fearless,, , Starman, The Fabulous Baker Boys, Jagged Edge, Against All Odds, , Thu ...
Le Droit... but is served by daily newspapers published in Ottawa, including the Frenchand the English Ottawa Citizen and Ottawa Sun
Shine... ces in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968), The Elephant Man (1981), and(1996) were critically acclaimed. In 1980, he played the role of Nerva in ...
Badlands... film role was in 1973, when he starred with Sissy Spacek in the crime drama, which he has said is his best film. Also in 1973, Sheen appeared opposit ...
Gelöbnis treuester Gefolgschaft... "the German workers are better off than ever before," and later signed the, the "vow of most faithful allegiance" to
Irma la Douce... hich he was awarded Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival), The Apartment,, The Fortune Cookie, Avanti!, The Front Page, and Buddy Buddy. Wilder fel ...
Disorderlies... ion of the album. It was first released on the soundtrack to the 1987 movieand has since been released on the band's box set as well as the special 2 ...
Labyrinth... her guard say leads to hell?". This idea was famously used in the 1986 film
TV Guide... e also appeared in The Good Night, playing two characters, Anna and Melody.film critic Maitland McDonagh noted that in the film Cruz "expertly mines ...
Tevye... Tevye the Milkman and Other Tales) by Sholem Aleichem. The story centers on, the father of five daughters, and his attempts to maintain his family an ...
Boston Herald... esture, which was captured by a photographer, was initially reported by theas obscene. Scalia responded to the reports with a letter to the editor ac ...
Los Angeles TimesOther California newspapers also embraced this view. According to aeditorial
Athena Parthenos... het Athena Ergane as the patron of craftsmen and artisans. With the epithet("virgin") she was especially worshipped in the festivals of the Panathena ...
The Deer Hunter... on an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Michael Cimino's 1978 film. He plays a young Pennsylvania steelworker who is emotionally destroyed b ...
How the Grinch Stole Christmas... fs as Jokey Smurf and Mother Nature, Ursula in George of the Jungle, and onas Cindy Lou Who, asking "Santa" why he's taking their tree. She was the v ...
YellowbeardThey also appeared in smaller supporting roles in Graham Chapman'sand Martin Scorsese's After Hours
The Egoist... blication, at Pound's behest, of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in. Joyce's poem is not written in free verse, but in rhyming quatrains. How ...
On War... an theory of warfare, which he juxtaposes to the famous work by Clausewitz,Clausewitz's trinitarian model of war (a term of van Creveld's) distinguis ...
Coalbrookdale... aham Darby, who made great strides using coke to fuel his blast furnaces atin 1709. However, the coke pig iron he made was used mostly for the produc ...
The Only Thing... h starred ZaSu Pitts. Also in 1925 she appeared in small roles in the filmsand Old Clothes. MGM publicity head Pete Smith recognized her ability but ...
New York Herald... ashed and tired passenger into San Francisco in 25 to 28 days. As quoted byreporter, Waterman Ormsby after traveling the route: "I now know what Hell ...
Nature... eory published in Italian and in German before it was published in English.eventually did publish Fermi's report on beta decay on January 16, 1939
The Apartment... e It Hot (for which he was awarded Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival),, Irma la Douce, The Fortune Cookie, Avanti!, The Front Page, and Buddy Bu ...
Wedding Crashers... (Jensen Ackles). In 2005, Seymour returned to the big screen in the comedy, playing Kathleen Cleary, wife of fictional United States Secretary of th ...
The Good Night... reano Rodríguez Sánchez, playing Antoñita "Lupe" Sino. She also appeared in, playing two characters, Anna and Melody. TV Guide film critic Maitland M ...
Cœurs... tation of Private Fears in Public Places to which he gave the film title of(2006). Among the stage/film effects which contribute to its mood of "chee ...
Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers... okin' (1983). The pair attempted to shy away from stoner comedy with 1984'sbut the film was universally panned by critics and fans alike
Let It Be... nce at Apple Records on 30 January 1969; the footage became a feature film,, released with the album of the same name in May 1970
White Men Can't Jump... if Santa Claus really exists; Rosie Perez continually reads it in the film; and Will Smith checks his World Almanac for the exact time of sunset so ...
Jagged Edge... : Tron (and its ) , Fearless, Iron Man, , Starman, The Fabulous Baker Boys,, Against All Odds, , Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Seabiscuit, and The Big L ...
Brokeback MountainThe book and filmis set in the State of Wyoming, but filming largely occurred in Alberta, C ...
The Glebe... Des Imagistes. It was first published in Alfred Kreymborg's little magazineand was later published in 1914 by Alfred and Charles Boni in New York and ...
Things Are Tough All Over... hong's Next Movie, in 1980, and Nice Dreams in 1981. These were followed by(1982) and Still Smokin' (1983). The pair attempted to shy away from stone ...
Tea for the Tillerman... s Blackwell to shoot publicity photos of Cat Stevens for his upcoming album. Stevens (now known as Yusuf Islam) maintains that he disliked having his ...
I Am Legend (film)... rld Almanac for the exact time of sunset so he can set his digital watch in
NatureWhen Fermi submitted his paper on beta decay to the prestigious journal, the journal's editor turned it down because "it contained speculations w ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... r the Golden Globe, the Screen Actors Guild Award, the BAFTA Award, and thein a leading role. She was the first Spaniard to ever be nominated for an ...
The Love BugHearn also served as an announcer in The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh,, The Simpsons, Rugrats and Garfield and Friends. Hearn was the radio anno ...
War, Inc.... a Polish American mobster in the Mafia comedy You Kill Me, and a hitman inIn 2010, Kingsley has worked voicing a character named Sabine in Lionhead ...
PoetryWhen Harriet Monroe started hermagazine in 1911, she had asked Pound to act as foreign editor. In October ...
L'existentialisme est un humanisme... in a lecture to the Club Maintenant in Paris. The lecture was published as(Existentialism is a Humanism), a short book which did much to popularize ...
Still Smokin'... Dreams in 1981. These were followed by Things Are Tough All Over (1982) and(1983). The pair attempted to shy away from stoner comedy with 1984's Chee ...
The Economist... ta stood at 95 per cent of the EU average in 2009. According to a survey by, the cost of living in Athens is close to 90% of the costs in New York Ci ...
General Scholium... hteenth century the same possibility was mentioned by Isaac Newton in the "" that concludes his Principia. Making a comparison to the Sun's planets, ...
Avanti!... he Cannes Film Festival), The Apartment, Irma la Douce, The Fortune Cookie,, The Front Page, and Buddy Buddy. Wilder felt Lemmon had a natural tenden ...
Pretty LadiesAs Lucille LeSueur, her first film wasin 1925, which starred ZaSu Pitts. Also in 1925 she appeared in small role ...
McClure's... ion of food. Louis B. Allyn, a Westfield resident and pure foods expert for, lived in Westfield until his murder. In 1906, Congress passed the Pure F ...
Nouvelles Extraordinaires de Divers Endroits... as the publishing place of one of the most important contemporary journals,, known also as Gazette de Leyde
Daily Mail... ty is trying to go than they are about theory proper. For example, when thecriticized Hirst's and Emin's work by arguing "For 1,000 years art has bee ...
Nice Dreams... ssful enough to warrant a sequel, Cheech & Chong's Next Movie, in 1980, andin 1981. These were followed by Things Are Tough All Over (1982) and Still ...
Les Herbes folles... ure when he chose L'Incident, a novel by Christian Gailly, as the basis for(Wild Grass) (2009). He explained however that what initially attracted hi ...
Duck Soup... d to Thalberg's signing the Brothers when they were in a career slump after(1933), made at Paramount Pictures
Tom Brown's Schooldays... orge MacDonald Fraser (1925–2008), but based on the character "Flashman" in(1857), a semi-autobiographical work by Thomas Hughes (1822–1896)
You Kill MeIn 2007, Kingsley appeared as a Polish American mobster in the Mafia comedy, and a hitman in War, Inc. In 2010, Kingsley has worked voicing a charact ...
adapted and televised for PBS in 1983... at the Memory Bank", a story from the Persistence of Vision collection, was. In addition, two of his short stories ("Options" and "Blue Champagne") w ...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... gh this has been disputed. Rapf notified Granlund on December 24, 1924 thathad offered Crawford a contract at $75 a week. Granlund immediately wired ...
Seabiscuit... ous Baker Boys, Jagged Edge, Against All Odds, , Thunderbolt and Lightfoot,, and The Big Lebowski. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his ro ...
Syriana... Pirates of Penzance.'" Later that year, he appeared as an energy analyst in. In 2006, Damon joined Robert De Niro in The Good Shepherd as a career CI ...
Paramount Pictures... working as a title-card designer for the London branch of what would become. In 1920, he received a full-time position at Islington Studios with its ...
film adaptation... Up Your Ears, a title Orton himself had considered using, in 1978. The 1987is based on Orton's diaries and on Lahr's research. Directed by Stephen Fr ...
Tit for Tat... short films, which revolves entirely around such an altercation, was titled(1935)
The Fortune Cookie... rded Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival), The Apartment, Irma la Douce,, Avanti!, The Front Page, and Buddy Buddy. Wilder felt Lemmon had a natur ...
Mein Kampf... tors before his release on 20 December 1924. While in jail, Hitler dictated, which laid out his ideas and future policies. Hitler now decided to focu ...
The Fish That Saved PittsburghHearn also served as an announcer in, The Love Bug, The Simpsons, Rugrats and Garfield and Friends. Hearn was ...
Synecdoche, New York... uses this concept often in his films. It can be seen most in the 2008 film. The main character Caden Cotard is a skilled director of plays and he re ...
Not Only But Always... rs and directors throughout the English-speaking world. Channel 4 broadcast, a television film dramatising the relationship between Cook and Moore, w ...
Volver... ved favourable reviews for her performance as Raimunda in Pedro Almodóvar's. Carina Chocano of The Los Angeles Times wrote, "Cruz, who has remarked t ...
Tucson Weekly... bums were made, the second was released by Orange Recordings. Roni Sarg, ins Rhythm and Views section, postulates that the putative stars of the Gira ...
Roget's Thesaurus... known for publishing, in 1852, the Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases (), a classified collection of related words
Thumbelina... n Network. Foray was also the voice of Queen Tabitha in the Don Bluth film,
Miracle on 34th Street... oper flirt about it in Love in the Afternoon (1957 film); it is featured inwhen a trial is held to see if Santa Claus really exists; Rosie Perez cont ...
In Defense of Internment... lusions drawn by Lowman were defended by pundit Michelle Malkin in her book; The Case for 'Racial Profiling' in World War II and the War on Terror. M ...
Fat City... Actor. He co-starred in the 1972 critically acclaimed neo-noir boxing film, directed by legendary director, John Huston. He was nominated again for ...
Catholic EncyclopediaHowever, theasserts, "justice requires notice of his strict sense of equity, his refor ...
A Chorus of Disapproval... , and include the performance of all or part of the play, as in Noises Off,, Les feluettes or The Producers
No More Ladies... eorge Cukor to audition for Gone with the Wind. He had just directed her in. She was excited until she learned he wanted her for the part of Melanie ...
The Great Muppet Caper... ch as Sesame Street and The Muppet Show, films such as The Muppet Movie and, and created advanced puppets for projects like Fraggle Rock, The Dark Cr ...
Luke... s found in the written record of the Synoptic Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and, and possibly also an apocryphal gospel
Beyond the Forest... Jack Warner refused to allow her script approval, however, and cast her in(1949). Davis reportedly loathed the script and begged Warner to recast th ...
declaration... lf (or anti-Semitism) to hinder the progress of the language. He proposed aon founding principles of the Esperanto movement, which the attendees of t ...
Love HappyIn the brothers' last film,, Chico plays a piano and violin duet with 'Mr. Lyons' (Leon Belasco). Lyo ...
Astro BoyUnlike, where the opening theme music was the same in both the Japanese and Amer ...
Kreisleriana... Coppélia is based on two other stories that Hoffmann wrote. Also Schumann'sis based on one of Hoffmann's characters
The Daily Telegraph... e. Eschewing digital techniques developed in the 1980s, in an interview forhe said
Catholic Encyclopedia... 04, allegedly strangled in prison on the order of Sergius, a claim that thecalled "extremely doubtful.
Matthew... ions of the apostles found in the written record of the Synoptic Gospels of, Mark, and Luke, and possibly also an apocryphal gospel
Murder on the Orient Express... York Film Critics Circle Award for Providence (1977), and a BAFTA Award for(1974), and his performances in The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968), Th ...
Way Out West... d on the surreal, a style Stan Laurel called "white magic". For example, in(1937), Laurel clenches his fist and pours tobacco into it, as if it were ...
Love in the Afternoon (1957 film)... about it in All About Eve; Audrey Hepburn and Gary Cooper flirt about it in; it is featured in Miracle on 34th Street when a trial is held to see if ...
Scrooged... Tap, Blues Brothers 2000, a scene with Miles Davis in the Bill Murray filmand as a passenger in John Travolta's taxicab in Look Who's Talking Too. I ...
WALL-EMore recently there have been movies like I, Robot, The Matrix Trilogy,, and the Terminator sequels. Shows such as Doctor Who - most specifically ...
Royal FlashA film version ofwas released in 1975. It was directed by Richard Lester and starred Malcol ...
Ritz NewspaperIn 1976, Bailey publishedtogether with David Litchfield
Citizen KaneOne of the most influential films of all time was Orson Welles' 1941 film, which was loosely based on parts of Hearst's life (Welles and co-writer ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... interpretations of the significance of the Eucharist, but according to the"there is more of a consensus among Christians about the meaning of the Eu ...
The Town... a popular place to shoot films. In the fall of 2009, the Ben Affleck moviecaptured many key scenes in a historic bank on Main Street downtown, while ...
True Grit... xth Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Rooster Cogburn in 2010's
Buddy Buddy... Apartment, Irma la Douce, The Fortune Cookie, Avanti!, The Front Page, and. Wilder felt Lemmon had a natural tendency toward overacting that had to ...
The Muppet Movie... levision programs, such as Sesame Street and The Muppet Show, films such asand The Great Muppet Caper, and created advanced puppets for projects like ...
Times Higher Education... Friedrich Nietzsche and Joseph Schumpeter. In the years 2010 and 2011, theranked the University of Bonn as one of the 200 best universities in the w ...
The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know ItDudley Jones played Poirot in the film(1977)
Mrs Henderson Presents... och in Iris in 2001 (with Kate Winslet playing her as a younger woman); for(a romanticised history of the Windmill Theatre) in 2005; and for 2006's N ...
The Cocoanuts... s grandfather sailed with Christopher Columbus, and their very first outing, where Mr. Hammer (Groucho) asks him if he knew what an auction was, in w ...
Muriel... y of coming to terms with its horrors, was a central theme of his next film(1963), which used a fractured narrative to explore the mental states of i ...
The Departed... ver mobster working for the Massachusetts State Police in Martin Scorsese's, a remake of the Hong Kong police thriller Infernal Affairs. Assessing hi ...
Coonskin... -over work for TV and movies. He voiced the character Bear in the 1975 filmand also played the character Sampson in the movie's live-action segments
Alfred Hitchcock Presents... ces in his own films, interviews, film trailers, and the television program, he became a cultural icon
Old Clothes... s. Also in 1925 she appeared in small roles in the films The Only Thing and. MGM publicity head Pete Smith recognized her ability but felt that her n ...
Money... utside of the Main Line communities in the Philadelphia area. In July 2005,magazine ranked Blue Bell 14th on its list of the "100 Best Places to Live ...
Damn Yankees... and 1960s. That reputation solidified during her next show, George Abbott's(1955), based on the novel The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant. She woul ...
The Dark Crystal... Muppet Caper, and created advanced puppets for projects like Fraggle Rock,, and Labyrinth. He was also an Oscar-nominated film director, Emmy Award- ...
RKO 281... ter, HBO offered a fictionalized version of Hearst's efforts in its picture. Hearst is portrayed in the film by James Cromwell
Queen of the Damned... ghout New York City prior to Aaliyah's trip to Australia for the filming of(2002). While recording process lasted more than a year, most of the track ...
June BrideWhile making(1948), Davis clashed with co-star Robert Montgomery, later describing him ...
Women's Health... books and magazines, including Men's Health, Prevention, Runner's World andmagazines. Buckeye Pipe Line, a United States petroleum distributor, also ...
The Great Race... dwards, starring in My Sister Eileen (1955), Days of Wine and Roses (1962),(1965) and That's Life! (1986)
The ForwardWriting in, J.J. Goldberg described Scalia as "the intellectual anchor of the court' ...
Fierce CreaturesSeveral friends honoured him with a dedication in the closing credits of, a 1997 comedy film written by John Cleese about a zoo in peril of being ...
Men's Health... world's largest publishers of health-related books and magazines, including, Prevention, Runner's World and Women's Health magazines. Buckeye Pipe Li ...
The Persistence of Vision... n biological science were revelatory in the 1970s when his story collectionwas released. The title story won the Hugo and Nebula awards
International Herald TribuneIn the August 21, 2004 edition of thevan Creveld wrote, "Had the Iranians not tried to build nuclear weapons, t ...
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress... lanie Hamilton Wilkes in Gone with the Wind (1939) and was nominated for anfor her performance
The Rebel SetIn the final host segment of Mystery Science Theater 3000s episode "", Tom Servo dresses up as Poirot and impersonates him in an attempt to di ...
The Big Store... hico's characters appear to be genuinely Italian; examples include the film, in which his character Ravelli runs into an old friend he worked with in ...
Thicker than Water... .." with Stan replying, "Here's another nice mess I've gotten you into." In(1935) and The Fixer-Uppers (1935), the phrase becomes "Well, here's anoth ...
Bandidas... ared alongside her good friend Salma Hayek in the 2006 Western comedy film,. Randy Cordova of the Arizona Republic said the film "sports" Cruz and he ...
Spring AwakeningHulce was a lead producer of the Broadway hit, which won eight Tony Awards in 2007, including one for Best Musical. He ...
GQIn 2005, he was involved in a feature titled "British Rule" for, charting the British influence on rock n' roll, photographing several ar ...
My Sister Eileen... ad a longtime working relationship with director Blake Edwards, starring in(1955), Days of Wine and Roses (1962), The Great Race (1965) and That's Li ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... grasping it one-quarter of the distance from the lower end is suggested in
Blues Brothers 2000... , including a small role (Artie Fufkin) in Rob Reiner's This is Spinal Tap,, a scene with Miles Davis in the Bill Murray film Scrooged and as a passe ...
The Te of Pigletwas written by Benjamin Hoff following the publication of The Tao of Pooh. ...
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches... iente and included material from a variety of modern sources, (notably fromand the writings of Aleister Crowley) it also included sections written in ...
Daily Express... riginal novel was adapted as a daily comic strip which was published in thenewspaper and syndicated around the world. The adaptation ran from 3 Octob ...
Computing with the Amstrad CPC... ser publication, as well as independent titles like Amstrad Action, Amtix!,, CPC Attack, Australia's The Amstrad User, France's Amstrad Cent Pour Cen ...
Kotch... Front Page and Buddy Buddy. In 1971, Lemmon directed Matthau in the comedy. It was the only movie that Lemmon ever directed and Matthau was nominate ...
Outwitting Dad... fe, Madelyn Salosihn. In 1914, Hardy acted as Babe in his first film called. Between 1914 and 1916, Hardy made 177 shorts as Babe with the Vim Comedy ...
The Long Voyage Home... ch feature characters on the fictional ship Glencairn -- filmed together as
I am Legend... the 1960s, the film Omega Man (loosely based on the Richard Matheson novel) showed a world scarred by biological warfare and only a handful of human ...
Laura... ng Original Screenplay in 1942. He also worked on the scripts for the films(1944), Brotherhood of Man (1946), Forever Amber (1947), and M*A*S*H (1970 ...
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... 1971 film The Last Picture Show, for which he garnered a nomination for the. He co-starred in the 1972 critically acclaimed neo-noir boxing film Fat ...
Merlin... ave bad performances. Gielgud's final television performance was on film inin 1998, his final television studio appearance having been in A Summer Da ...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... he Poltergeist movies are a trilogy of American horror films distributed byduring the 1980s. The films revolve around the members of the Freeling fam ...
Dartmouth Jack-O-Lantern... s become "official." One proposal devised by the College humor magazine thewas Keggy the Keg, an anthropomorphic beer keg who makes occasional appear ...
Ante-Nicene Fathers... n writings into English. It was published between 1886 and 1900. Unlike thewhich was produced by using earlier translations of the Ante-Nicene Christ ...
Homage to Catalonia... M in Catalonia from December 1936 until June 1937. His memoir of that time,, was first published in 1938 and foreshadowed the causes of Second World ...
Daily ExpressGoldfinger was serialised on a daily basis in thenewspaper from 18 March 1959 onwards
The Destruction of Dresden... azi polemicists—most notably by the British writer David Irving in his book—in an attempt to establish a moral equivalence between the death toll of ...
Wayne's World 2... versial coffee table book, SEX, and he played Bobby, Cassandra's manager in
Philosophy of Freedom... rly work of the founder of anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner, culminated in his(also translated as The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity and Intuitive Thi ...
The Adventures of Robin Hood... o-starred are Captain Blood (1935), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936),and Four's a Crowd (1938), Dodge City and The Private Lives of Elizabeth a ...
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee... they come neighing, to a horse nation", taken almost verbatim from the book, while "Spiritwalker" dealt with shamanism, and the record's title and ti ...
CPC Attack... pendent titles like Amstrad Action, Amtix!, Computing with the Amstrad CPC,, Australia's The Amstrad User, France's Amstrad Cent Pour Cent and Amstar ...
A Little Night Music... 1995, she played Desiree Armfeldt in a major revival of Stephen Sondheim's, for which she won an Olivier Award
True RomanceWalken's next major film role was opposite Dennis Hopper in, scripted by Quentin Tarantino. His so-called Sicilian scene has been hai ...
Johnny Weissmuller... movie theaters to see bodybuilding idols such as Reg Park, Steve Reeves andon the big screen. "I was inspired by individuals like Reg Park and Steve ...
All My Sons... 01, she won a Laurence Olivier Award for her performance in Arthur Miller's. She received her second Oscar nomination and won a BAFTA for her support ...
The Tao of PoohThe Te of Piglet was written by Benjamin Hoff following the publication of. Both books feature the original drawing of E. H. Shepard. The Te of Pigl ...
Cyclo... oup of pedicab drivers and their problems with romance and organized crime., a 1995 film by Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung, is centered on a cycle ...
Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture... tion. Its composition is usually dated to roughly between 1700–1100 BC. The(s.v. Indo-Iranian languages, p. 306) gives 1500–1000 BC
Tevye and his DaughtersFiddler on the Roof was originally titled Tevye. It is based on(or Tevye the Milkman) and other tales by Sholem Aleichem that he wrote in ...
Forever Amber... orked on the scripts for the films Laura (1944), Brotherhood of Man (1946),(1947), and M*A*S*H (1970). The script of the latter earned him an Academy ...
EcstasyIn early 1933 she starred in Gustav Machatý's notorious film, a Czechoslovak film made in Prague, in which she played the love-hungry ...
The Wall Street Journal... st start by giving to the Senior Class Gift. According to a 2008 article in, Dartmouth graduates also earn higher median salaries at least 10 years a ...
Woman on TopIn 2000, she appeared inin the lead female role as Isabelle, a world-class chef who has suffered f ...
Whitaker's Almanac of London... ac has made for itself a secure position, second only to the forty-year-old, with which alone it can be compared.
American Journal of Psychiatry... es attempts at infanticide and suicide are common. A study published in therevealed that 44% of filicidal fathers had a diagnosis of psychosis. In ad ...
Amstrad Action... icial Amstrad Computer User publication, as well as independent titles like, Amtix!, Computing with the Amstrad CPC, CPC Attack, Australia's The Amst ...
Captain Blood... ere never linked romantically. The eight films in which they co-starred are(1935), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936), The Adventures of Robin Ho ...
Billy Elliot... nomination and won a BAFTA for her supporting role as the ballet teacher in(2000). In 2002, she again won a BAFTA for her performance as Paul Reiser' ...
"Modern Times"... which offer an example of how technophobia can occur, and Charlie Chaplin's, in which people are reduced to nothing but cogs in the machinery, a prod ...
M*A*S*H... he films Laura (1944), Brotherhood of Man (1946), Forever Amber (1947), and(1970). The script of the latter earned him an Academy Award for Best Adap ...
The Picture of Dorian Gray... in action or violence, Earnest lacks the self-conscious decadence found inand Salome
CIA World FactbookAccording tothe numbers are : Roman Catholic 83%–88%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, Muslim ...
Aftonbladet... usinessman and politician. He is best known as the founder of the newspaperin 1830. Hierta was a leading agitator for political and social reform in ...
Neil Gaiman... re's Swamp Thing, The Floronic Man is detained there, and in The Sandman by, Doctor Destiny escapes the asylum to wreak havoc on both the real and dr ...
Titan Books... mmidge and illustrated by John McLusky. Goldfinger was reprinted in 2005 byas part of the Dr. No anthology, which in addition to Dr. No, also include ...
On the Heavens... ng Avicenna eighteen questions, ten of which were criticisms of Aristotle's
Catholic EncyclopediaTheelaborates on the historical timeline problem
Hockey News... e same since the beginning and was ranked the sixth best NHL logo in a 2008poll. The Flyers unveiled a 3D version of this logo with metallic accents ...
Amtix!... mputer User publication, as well as independent titles like Amstrad Action,, Computing with the Amstrad CPC, CPC Attack, Australia's The Amstrad User ...
The Mountain Eagle... ny; the film was a commercial flop. Next, Hitchcock directed a drama called(possibly released under the title Fear o' God in the United States). This ...
The Hulk... like "The Day the Earth Stood Still", and into the 1960s, with the likes of. It was joined by fears of superintelligent machines, and rebellion among ...
New York Amsterdam News... self-abnegation of their own culture. His comments brought rebuke from theas they retorted that his conveyance of elitism had "'jolly well [made an ...
Suda... Niccolò Alamanni in 1623 at Lyons. Its existence was already known from the, Latin Anecdota, "unpublished writings"). The Secret History covers rough ...
hymn book... he Church of Scotland has no compulsory prayer book although it does have a(the 4th edition was published in 2005) and its Book of Common Order conta ...
Best Actor Oscar nomination... Academy Award as Best Supporting Actress; Stewart's portrayal earned him a. Stewart later declared in an interview that Hull had the most difficult ...
The Last Picture Show... Lloyd Bridges Show (1962–1963). His first major role came in the 1971 film, for which he garnered a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Suppor ...
The Charge of the Light Brigade... tically. The eight films in which they co-starred are Captain Blood (1935),(1936), The Adventures of Robin Hood and Four's a Crowd (1938), Dodge City ...
Green Card... dtrack to the Robin Williams feature film Toys, while the 1990 feature filmfeatures "River", "Watermark", and "Storms In Africa". "Book Of Days" was ...
A Business AffairLater in 1994, Walken starred in, a rare leading role for him in a romantic comedy. Walken manages to once ...
Systema Naturae... the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th century work,, under the name of Motacilla rubecula. Its specific epithet rubecula is a ...
Buddy Buddy... r which Matthau won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor), The Front Page and. In 1971, Lemmon directed Matthau in the comedy Kotch. It was the only mo ...
Der Spiegel... ry prowess, according to the Glimpses of World History by Jawaharlal Nehru.commented on 6. November 1948 that the Sword of Attila was hanging menacin ...
Boom Town... seductive. Her American debut was in Algiers (1938). Her many films include(1940) with Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy, Comrade X with Gable, White Car ...
Calendar Girls... determined to make some good come out of her husband's death from cancer in, which also starred Helen Mirren and Ciarán Hinds; in 2005, Walters again ...
Pinewood Studios... y Stadium and in the north, and the county is also home to the world famous. For a full list of tourist attractions and places of interest see Places ...
The Odd Couple II... o on to star together in Out to Sea, Grumpier Old Men and the widely panned
The Prophecy... dancing scene as he performs the tango. In 1995, he appeared in Wild Side,and the modern vampire flick The Addiction, which was his second collabora ...
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie... t's voice since Fielder's death. He has voiced Piglet in Kingdom Hearts II,(only for the newest material since much of the dialogue is still voiced b ...
On purge bébé... ed great success as a filmmaker. In 1931 he directed his first sound films,(Baby's Laxative) and La Chienne (The Bitch). The following year he made B ...
Systema Naturae... the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th century work,. The genus name Gavia comes from the Latin for "sea mew", as used by anci ...
The Great Gatsby... umping ground characterized as "a valley of ashes" in F. Scott Fitzgerald's. The site, known at the time as the Corona Ash Dumps, which was being fil ...
New York Herald TribuneFrom 1957-1963, Jaffee drew the elongated Tall Tales panel for the, which was syndicated to over 100 newspapers. Jaffee credited its middlin ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... a role he reprised in late 2010 with the sequel ). He was nominated for thein 1984, for playing the alien in Starman. He was also acclaimed for his r ...
National Film Preservation Board... he remained forgotten until 1991, when actor Roddy McDowall, serving on the, paid for a memorial marker that reads: "The Biograph Girl/The First Movi ...
There Will Be Blood... two Academy Award nominations for Sound Editing: for Paul Thomas Anderson’sat the 80th Academy Awards and for Pixar sci-fi film WALL-E at the 81st Ac ...
La Chienne... 1931 he directed his first sound films, On purge bébé (Baby's Laxative) and(The Bitch). The following year he made Boudu Saved From Drowning (Boudu s ...
Without Limits... pt. Hall was recommended to Mendes by Tom Cruise, because of Hall's work on (1998), which Cruise had executive produced. Mendes was directing Cruise' ...
Who Framed Roger Rabbit... mmon than the rare Rabbit. Piglet also made a brief cameo in the 1988 movie
Gas Light... directing at the Scarborough Library Theatre in 1961, with a production ofby Patrick Hamilton. He directed five other plays that year and the follow ...
Space Jam... uet "In Your Wildest Dreams" with Tina Turner. 1996 also saw the release ofand its soundtrack, on which White had a duet with Chris Rock, called "Bas ...
The Addiction... n 1995, he appeared in Wild Side, The Prophecy and the modern vampire flick, which was his second collaboration with director Abel Ferrara and writer ...
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches... containing sections adopted from various sources, such as Aleister Crowley,, and even Rudyard Kipling, went on to become the traditional text for Gar ...
The Age of Innocence... Marble Halls" from Shepherd Moons was featured in the Martin Scorsese film,
Amstrad Computer User... pain, Germany, Denmark, Australia, and Greece. Titles included the officialpublication, as well as independent titles like Amstrad Action, Amtix!, Co ...
Best Supporting Actress Oscar... my Award while still a member of the cast; Tomlin was later nominated for ain 1975 for Nashville). Henry Gibson later co-starred in the Robert Altman ...
The New York Times Best Seller list... inancial problems, Asprin stopped writing in the 1990s. He had two books onwhich piqued the interest of fans and the IRS. Unfortunately this came rig ...
The True Believer... awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in February 1983. His first book,, published in 1951, was widely recognized as a classic, receiving critica ...
Business Review Weekly'sIn 2008 The Wiggles were namedtop-earning Australian entertainers for the fourth year in a row having ea ...
CadenceAlthough known as an actor, Sheen has also directed one film,(1990), appearing alongside sons Charlie and Ramon. He has also narrated, ...
Behind the Green DoorWith the success of Deep Throat (1972),(1972), and The Devil in Miss Jones (1973), porn became chic, although its ...
M*A*S*H... credit for writing 1965's The Cincinnati Kid. Lardner's later work included(1970), for which he won the Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay, ...
Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie... il his death on June 25, 2005 (his last appearance as Piglet's voice was in). He was the last member of the original Winnie the Pooh voice cast
Ziegfeld Girl... ollywood beauties, Lana Turner and Judy Garland in the musical extravaganza
To Each His Own... t is an undivided pleasure to see." She won Best Actress Academy Awards for(1946) and The Heiress (1949), and was also widely praised for her Academy ...
Tortilla Flat... lark Gable and Spencer Tracy, Comrade X with Gable, White Cargo (1942), and(1942) with Tracy and John Garfield, based on the novel by John Steinbeck. ...
The New Republic... nvictus earned Damon an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.observed, "It is not a demanding role, but the ever-more-actorly Damon bri ...
The New York Times... , and critics generally voiced their approval. Ada Louise Huxtable wrote inthat Pei's building was "a palatial statement of the creative accommodatio ...
2003 film"Stanley Yelnats" is the name of a character in "Holes", a 1998 novel and
Out to Sea... g fans. During the rest of the decade, they would go on to star together in, Grumpier Old Men and the widely panned The Odd Couple II
20th Century GhostsBest New Horror, a short story from the book, has the main character reading a horror tale called Button Boy
The Crime of Monsieur Lange... ir was associated with the Popular Front, and several of his films, such as(Le Crime de Monsieur Lange, 1935), Life Belongs to Us (1936) and La Marse ...
Glimpses of World History... ror Wilhelm II praising Attila the Hun's military prowess, according to theby Jawaharlal Nehru
The Greatest... 70), for which he won the Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay, and(1977). His final film project was an adaptation of Roger Kahn's classic b ...
Into the West... hows, Gunsmoke episode Snow Train, General Hospital and the TV mini-series,produced by TNT. The railroad also made an appearance in the movie, Orphan ...
All About My Mother... ted for a European Film Award. In 1999, Cruz worked with Almodóvar again in, playing Sister María Rosa Sanz, a pregnant nun with AIDS. The film recei ...
the 1946 film of the same name... adapted by David Mamet from the novel by Barry Reed and is not a remake of
PC Gamer... himself has been widely featured in several computer magazines—particularly, which has listed Wright in its annual 'Game Gods' feature, alongside suc ...
The Devil in Miss JonesWith the success of Deep Throat (1972), Behind the Green Door (1972), and(1973), porn became chic, although its legality was still hotly contested. ...
WALL-E... layer to find his missing glasses so he can read his books. The Pixar movie, which takes place in a desolate future, also contains a scene in which a ...
Grumpier Old Men... ng the rest of the decade, they would go on to star together in Out to Sea,and the widely panned The Odd Couple II
Titanic... fered the chance to compose the score for James Cameron's 1997 feature film, but she declined. A 1989 recording of Enya singing "Oíche Chiúin", an Ir ...
Des Imagistes... f Aldington and H.D., Pound decided to publish an anthology under the title. It was first published in Alfred Kreymborg's little magazine The Glebe a ...
Metropolis... orms of art, ranging from literary works such as Frankenstein to films likeand Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. Many of these works portray the dar ...
Catholic Encyclopedia... ntury until 1972, and was thus used at the Council of Trent and in the 1913. (died 1160) is the first writer known to have used the term, which did n ...
Artforum... lobby, particularly its attempt to lure casual visitors. In his review for, critic Richard Hennessy described a "shocking fun-house atmosphere" and ...
Travel + Leisure... and Montreal. In 2011, Santorini was voted as "The World's Best Island" in. Its neighboring island Mykonos, came in fifth in the European category
The Boys of Summer... ). His final film project was an adaptation of Roger Kahn's classic book, "." To Ring's great regret, funding did not materialize
Paramount Pictures... e Brothers when they were in a career slump after Duck Soup (1933), made at
Film Journal International... . The film was critically and commercially unsuccessful. Kevin Lally of thecommented in his review for the film that "in an ironic casting twist, the ...
Ned Kelly... Cammell and Nicolas Roeg's Performance (1968) and as Australian bushranger(1970). He composed an improvised soundtrack for Kenneth Anger's film Invo ...
The Times Literary Supplement... Fleming is to be measured by the fact that it is made not to seem so." For, Michael Robson considered that "a new Bond has emerged from these pages: ...
Best Actor in a Leading Role... x office success. The film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including(Paul Newman), Best Actor in a Supporting Role (James Mason), Best Directo ...
The Big Lebowski... y his most famous role, "The Dude", in the Coen Brothers' cult-classic film. He has said that he relates to "The Dude" more than any of his other rol ...
Neil GaimanBlack Orchid, written byand illustrated by Dave McKean, also featured Arkham Asylum. The award-win ...
Sweet November... S. Billboard 200 chart. The first single, "Only Time", was used in the filmand received U.S. radio airplay in late 2000. In May 2001, NBC began using ...
Cool Hand LukeLemmon's production company JML producedin 1967. Paul Newman was grateful to Lemmon for his support and offered hi ...
Illegal Aliens... n Travolta, Uma Thurman and The Rock. She produced and starred as "Lucy" in, a sci-fi/comedy about beautiful space aliens saving the earth from evil. ...
Neil GaimanThe Corinthian is a fictional character in's comic book series The Sandman. He can first be seen in The Sandman #10 ...
Nashville... 975 for Nashville). Henry Gibson later co-starred in the Robert Altman filmand was nominated for a Golden Globe. Ruth Buzzi became a regular on the S ...
The Wizard of Oz... -security prison (level 4). The nickname is a reference to the classic film, which is notable for popularizing the phrase: "There's no place like hom ...
Edge of Darkness... In the late summer and fall of 2008, various scenes from Mel Gibson's filmwere shot on Church Street
At Close Range... ased on his claims that he and his family were subject to alien abductions.(1986) starred Walken as Brad Whitewood, a rural Pennsylvania crime boss w ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... aged a comeback by starring in Mildred Pierce (1945), for which she won the. In 1955, she became involved with the Pepsi-Cola Company through her mar ...
Tomorrow Never Dies... spanned nine seasons. They also worked together on the films Mrs. Brown and, both filmed in 1997. Dench has also lent her distinctive voice to many a ...
A Pattern Language... and strategies for design. The architect Christopher Alexander, in his bookformalized a lot of spatial relationships into a grammar for design. I'd r ...
Show Boat... t played the stevedore Joe in the London production of the American musical, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, His rendition of "Ol' Man River" in th ...
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown... inated the role of Charlie Brown in the original Off-Broadway production of. He later was the drummer for a band called the Relatives in 1968. Actres ...
Anne & Gilbert... year at the Charlottetown festival for more than four decades. The sequel,, premiered in the Playhouse in Victoria in 2005. The actual location of G ...
Caged... de it clear that she would not appear in any "dyke movie". It was filmed as(1950), and the lead roles were played by Eleanor Parker and Agnes Moorehe ...
Best Actor in a Supporting Role... five Academy Awards, including Best Actor in a Leading Role (Paul Newman),(James Mason), Best Director (Sidney Lumet), Best Picture and Best Screenp ...
Putting Pants on Philip... right place and at the right time. Their first "official" film together was(1927). The plot sees Laurel as Philip, a young Scottish man newly arrived ...
Tiger Beat... umber 1 hit Indianapolis and when Menudo started making it to the covers ofand other major teen magazines, and also when Menudo became famous in the ...
Evening Standard... rrative does not slip into top gear until Goldfinger unfolds his plan". Thelooked at why Bond was a success and listed "the things that make Bond att ...
Daily MailIn August 2007, newspapers of thegroup and the Isle of Man Newspapers reported that Wisdom was in the Abbot ...
The Lord of the Rings film trilogy... 1 Enya recorded "May It Be", which was featured in the first installment of, , and was her second consecutive single to enter the German charts at nu ...
Men in Black... e of the 1970s television drama series Charlie's Angels and the sci-fi film
PiloteAstérix was originally serialised in the magazine, in the very first issue published on 29 October 1959. In 1961 the first ...
Elstree Calling... uring this period, Hitchcock directed segments for a BIP musical film revue(1930) and directed a short film featuring two Film Weekly scholarship win ...
film... in the Broadway play The Subject Was Roses, reprising his role in the 1968of the same name. In 1969 Live Bait third season of the TV series, Sheen p ...
Book of Esther... ndia, Mesopotamia and the Mediterranean. There are accounts in the biblicalof dispatches being sent from Susa to provinces as far out as India and th ...
Oxford English Dictionary... s of Sir Thomas Browne are the source of many neologisms as recorded by the
Academy Award for Best Actress... born 1 July 1916) is a British American film and stage actress. She won thein 1946 and 1949. She is the elder sister of actress Joan Fontaine. The si ...
Lippincott's Monthly Magazine... of Dorian Gray was published as the lead story in the July 1890 edition of, along with five others. The story begins with a man painting a picture o ...
Trog... her performances became fewer; after the release of the British horror filmin 1970, Crawford retired from the screen. Following a public appearance i ...
The Blair Witch ProjectThe 2000 sequel towas titled and featured a Wiccan character, despite there being no mention ...
Up in Smoke#(1978
Poltergeistis the original film in the trilogy, directed by Tobe Hooper and co-writte ...
Administrative Law Review... can Bar Association's official journal concerning administrative law is the, a quarterly publication that is managed and edited by students at the Wa ...
Ladder 49... ember Jacinda Barrett has become a film actress, appearing in films such as, The Namesake, The Human Stain, and
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown... can actor, known for playing Charlie Brown in the 1967 Off-Broadway musical, and the character Corporal Walter Eugene "Radar" O'Reilly in the M*A*S*H ...
BillboardIn 1976,magazine named her the "Female Entertainer of the Century." In 1993, the G ...
The Girl of Your Dreams... an ALMA Award for Best Actress. Also in 1998 Cruz appeared in Don Juan and
The Nation... 007 rankings but rose to number two in 2008 and to the top spot in 2009. In, journalist describes Camden as "the physical refuse of postindustrial Am ...
Ashmole Bestiary... stiary is related to other bestiaries of the Middle Ages and especially the. Some argue that the Aberdeen Bestiary might be the older of the two
1 Kings... prematurely in consequence of his father's undertaking to rebuild Jericho (16:34), according to Joshua (6:26)
El Mundo... was at first the third of the four largest Puerto Rico newspapers, trailingand El Nuevo Día and leading The San Juan Star in sales. With the temporar ...
Shakespeare in Love... on the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress as Elizabeth I in the film
Nice Dreams#(1981
Nature... defined and introduced by John Maynard Smith and George R. Price in a 1973paper. Such was the time taken in peer-reviewing the paper for Nature that ...
The Truth About Uri Geller... ish his allegedly paranormal feats, and he supported his claims in the book. Geller sued Randi for $15 million in 1991 and lost. Geller's suit agains ...
Performance... termittent acting career, most notably in Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg's(1968) and as Australian bushranger Ned Kelly (1970). He composed an impro ...
A Night in CasablancaThe Marx Brothers' second-to-last film,(1946), was made for Chico's benefit since he had filed for bankruptcy a f ...
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes... A. Spoofing Marilyn Monroe's "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" segment in, a 2004 ad states "Gentlemen prefer fur-free blondes." Due to her support ...
The Sunday Times... arity of money for its own sake, the cult of power, the lack of standards".called Goldfinger "Guilt-edged Bond", whilst the Manchester Evening News t ...
New York World... ut in 1886 famed newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer, who had purchased Theand quickly transformed it into one of the most influential newspapers in ...
Cheech & Chong's Next Movie#(1980
Mrs. Brown... e. The program spanned nine seasons. They also worked together on the filmsand Tomorrow Never Dies, both filmed in 1997. Dench has also lent her dist ...
Guinness Book of World Records... rd magazine named her the "Female Entertainer of the Century." In 1993, thedeclared Diana Ross the most successful female music artist in history due ...
Gospel Book... lms of both hands, and the back of the hands. After the last anointing, theis opened and placed with the writing down upon the head of the one who wa ...
The Human Stain... become a film actress, appearing in films such as Ladder 49, The Namesake,, and
It Came from Hollywood#(compilation, 1982
Empire... he review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes. In a poll of 500 films held bymagazine, it was voted 254th Greatest Movie of all time
You're a Big Boy Now... . John Sebastian composed the music for Francis Ford Coppola's second film,, and The Lovin' Spoonful played the music for the soundtrack, which inclu ...
Mommie Dearest... d the two and, after Crawford's death, Christina wrote a "tell-all" memoir,, in which she alleged a lifelong pattern of physical and emotional abuse ...
documentary... nd remembered every detail of her casting as well as filming. The 40-minutecan be seen on the Gone with the Wind four-disc special collector's editio ...
Things Are Tough All Over#(1982
El Universal... tisan Últimas Noticias gained circulation at the expense of El Nacional and, which remained more associated with the opposition. Television networks ...
The San Juan Star... gest Puerto Rico newspapers, trailing El Mundo and El Nuevo Día and leadingin sales. With the temporary demise in the late 1980s of El Mundo, El Voce ...
Gulliver's Travels... composer Richard Wagner. In 1996 he played a wizard in the TV adaptation of. Gielgud and Ralph Richardson were the first guest stars on Second City T ...
New York WorldThe first edition of The World Almanac was published by Thenewspaper in 1868 (the name of the publication comes from the newspaper it ...
Pole to PoleIn 1992 Lake Tanganyika featured in the documentary series. The BBC documentarian Michael Palin stayed on board the MV Liemba and tr ...
Dragonball Evolution... te Jamie Chung has appeared in various television and film roles, including, Sorority Row, and The Hangover Part II
The Lost WeekendWyman finally gained critical notice in the film noir(1945). She was nominated for the 1946 Academy Award for Best Actress for ...
Manchester Evening News... andards". The Sunday Times called Goldfinger "Guilt-edged Bond", whilst thethought that "Only Fleming could have got away with it...outrageously impr ...
Daily Chronicle... inciting murder Wilde wrote a series of astute columns defending him in the
Yellowbeard#(1983
film of the same name... 008, the company began work on The Women, an adaptation of the George Cukor. It was directed by Diane English. Reviving the 1939 film met with countl ...
The Informant!Damon next appeared in Steven Soderbergh's dark comedy,(2009), in which his Golden Globe-nominated work was described by Entertai ...
Encyclopédie... e French government threatened to stop the publication of the famous Frenchon account of its irreligious spirit, Catherine proposed to Diderot that h ...
The Way of All Flesh... ally started a career in Hollywood. In 1929 he won the Oscar for two films,, and The Last Command
Formula of Concord... eared to him, could only be held on condition of a tacit repudiation of the. For over a year he lived in Berlin without fixed employment. During this ...
King of New York... and murderous tendencies who lives with his wife (Helen Mirren) in Venice.(1990), directed by Abel Ferrara, stars Walken as ruthless New York City d ...
Lady Sings the Blues... d a Best Actress Academy Award nomination for her role as Billie Holiday in(1972), for which she won a Golden Globe award. She has won seven American ...
Thomas TelfordThe road was re-paved in the early 19th century bywho brought it back into use as a turnpike road for use by mail coaches br ...
Sorority Row... eared in various television and film roles, including Dragonball Evolution,, and The Hangover Part II
ShagThe 1989 filmstarring Bridget Fonda, Phoebe Cates, Annabeth Gish, and Page Hannah as fo ...
Der SpiegelFrederick Taylor told, "I personally find the attack on Dresden horrific. It was overdone, it w ...
People... lbums. Smith is an American Music Award recipient; he was also named one ofmagazine's "Most Beautiful People"
Cheech & Chong's The Corsican Brothers#(1984
The Faith HealersIn the book, Randi explains his anger and relentlessness as arising out of compassion ...
Comics Buyer's GuideThe original DC comic series was a top vote-getter for theFan Awards for Favorite Limited Series for 1998 and 1999. The collected ed ...
The Fortune Cookie... x Ungar (Lemmon) and Oscar Madison (Matthau). They also starred together in(for which Matthau won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor), The Front Page ...
KoyaanisqatsiBarakas subject matter has some similarities to—including footage of various landscapes, churches, ruins, religious cerem ...
The Yearling... d (1945). She was nominated for the 1946 Academy Award for Best Actress for(1946), and won two years later for her role as a deaf-mute rape victim in ...
The Hero with a Thousand Faces... y seen as exemplifying the monomyth structure laid out in Joseph Campbell's, Gaiman says that he started reading The Hero with a Thousand Faces but r ...
Get Out of My Room#(1985
The Woman's World... gazine, his name prominently appearing on the cover. He promptly renamed itand raised its tone, adding serious articles on parenting, culture, and po ...
Pumping Iron... rate to the United States. Gustav died the following year from a stroke. In, Schwarzenegger claimed that he did not attend his father's funeral becau ...
So Goes My Love... on the Universal Studios backlot. The house was built in 1946 for the movie. It was then put into storage for several years. Sometime in the 1950s, i ...
The Last Command... ollywood. In 1929 he won the Oscar for two films, The Way of All Flesh, and
National Lampoon's Van Wildercast member Tecumseh "Teck" Holmes III appeared in films such asand in TV series such Friends
Born in East L.A.#(1987
Shine a Light... as gaining fame in the United States. Martin Scorsese worked with Jagger on, a documentary film featuring the Rolling Stones with footage from the A ...
Suspicion... Actress in 1942. Fontaine won that year for her role in Alfred Hitchcock'sover de Havilland's performance in Hold Back the Dawn. Charles Higham stat ...
Girl, InterruptedThe bowling scene in the moviewas filmed in the basement of the Sheppard Mansion. The mansion and its tw ...
documentary... red for many years at the annual Wigstock drag festival and appeared in theWigstock: The Movie. In the '90s, RuPaul was known in the UK for his appea ...
The New York Times... ay U.S. state of New Mexico, during the 18th century. An article in 1990 instated that about 1500 Hispanic families in northern New Mexico had Jewish ...
Formula of Concord... 1664 and published his "syncretistic" edict. Since the edict disallowed the, one of the Lutheran Confessions as contained in the Book of Concord, man ...
Far Out Man#(1990
The Te of Piglet... The Tao of Pooh. Both books feature the original drawing of E. H. Shepard.details Piglet's exemplification of the Taoist concept of "virtue of the s ...
National Geographic... e triple fold-outs that were appearing in glossy magazines such as Playboy,and Life. But Jaffee was asked to do a second installment, and soon the Fo ...
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil#(2011) They are the two Hispanic donkeys that are eating green leaves that ...
Rendition... Passenger 57, Final Destination, Unaccompanied Minors, Catch Me If You Can,and The Langoliers. They have also played important parts in television se ...
Die Another Day... replacing Robert Brown. She has appeared in six James Bond films, including(2002),Casino Royale (2006) and its direct sequel Quantum of Solace (2008) ...
The Patriot... understand, and his dialogue was dubbed by another actor in the part-talkie(1928), although after Jannings objected, his voice was restored. He retur ...
The Day After... rical division, ABC Motion Pictures, Silkwood was released in theaters, and(again produced in-house by its by-then retitled television unit, ABC Circ ...
Enigma... peripherally or doing music." Its first release was the World War II dramain 2001. That same year, it produced a documentary on Jagger entitled Bein ...
Cheech & Chong's Animated Movie#(2012
Gertrude Stein... iday on the French Riviera socializing with political free thinkers such asand Claude McKay. Robeson and Brown began a series of concert tours in Ame ...
New YorkA photograph of Smith was used bymagazine on the cover of its August 22, 1994 issue titled White Trash Nati ...
The New York Times... the "avid anti-Bond and an anti-Fleming man", Anthony Boucher, writing forappeared to enjoy Goldfinger, saying "the whole preposterous fantasy strik ...
Federal Register... eral government, with the authority to "legislate" (through rulemaking; seeand Code of Federal Regulations), "adjudicate" (through administrative hea ...
The WomenIn 2008, the company began work on, an adaptation of the George Cukor film of the same name. It was directed ...
Matthew... re found in several other books of the Bible including, Numbers , , Jonah ,, and Luke , and Hebrews . Ezekiel 9 also speaks of a linen-clad messenger ...
PCU... 4, the group toured with the Lollapalooza festival and appeared in the film
Quantum of Solace... including Die Another Day (2002),Casino Royale (2006) and its direct sequel(2008), making her the longest-running current cast member of the series. ...
The Hi-Lo Country... dup's consolation-prize Mexican girlfriend in Stephen Frears' western film,. Cruz stated that she had difficulties understanding people speaking Engl ...
Batman Returns... t on reclaiming his criminal territory. In 1992, Walken played a villain in, as millionaire industrialist Max Shreck. Also in 1992, Walken appeared i ...
Fortnightly Review... l and Poison, a satirical biography of Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, in the, edited by Wilde's friend Frank Harris. Two of Wilde's four writings on a ...
Woman of the Year... ublicist and "script doctor" before writing his own material. This included, a film that won him an Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay in ...
Summorum Pontificum... mitted under the conditions mentioned in article 9 of the 2007 motu proprio
Exodus... this laconic style: "Is it because there are no graves in Cæsarea (compare14:11) that I have sent thee off to Tiberias? Study must precede practice" ...
Life... were appearing in glossy magazines such as Playboy, National Geographic and. But Jaffee was asked to do a second installment, and soon the Fold-In be ...
Luke... veral other books of the Bible including, Numbers , , Jonah , Matthew , and, and Hebrews . Ezekiel 9 also speaks of a linen-clad messenger marking th ...
Gone with the Wind... Remembers in which de Havilland was interviewed for the 65th anniversary ofs original release. The film's last surviving principal cast member, de Ha ...
KoyaanisqatsiThe film is often compared to, the first of the Qatsi films by Godfrey Reggio for which Fricke was cine ...
Athena Parthenos... icted in Phidias's famous lost gold and ivory statue of her, 36 m tall, thein the Parthenon. Athena also often is depicted with an owl sitting on one ...
Bambi... eaders of the Axis powers of World War II, characters from the Disney movie, and the official mascot of the U.S. Forest Service, Smokey Bear
The Rules of the GameIn 1939, now able to co-finance his own films, Renoir made(La Règle du Jeu), a satire on contemporary French society with an ensembl ...
Lassiter... nthony Andrews and Ian McKellen. In 1984, Seymour appeared nude in the film, co-starring Tom Selleck, but the film was a box office flop. In 1987, Se ...
Pilote... h of Goscinny in 1977). The series first appeared in French in the magazineon October 29, 1959. As of 2009, 34 comic books in the series have been re ...
New York Herald Tribune... s fantasy strikes me as highly entertaining." Meanwhile, the critic for the, James Sandoe considered the book to be "a superlative thriller from our ...
The Fabulous Baker Boys... ajor motion films include: Tron (and its ) , Fearless, Iron Man, , Starman,, Jagged Edge, Against All Odds, , Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Seabiscuit, ...
Let's Do It Again... ers (1952). She starred in The Glass Menagerie (1950), Just for You (1952),(1953), The Blue Veil (1951) (another Oscar nomination), the remake of Edn ...
Stranger than Fiction... ight Center preparing for their roles. Space Camp was mentioned in the filmand was featured in a 2008 episode of on NASA
Get Shorty... h as The V.I.P.s, Airplane!, Airport, Die Hard 2, Soul Plane, Jackie Brown,, Home Alone, Liar Liar, Passenger 57, Final Destination, Unaccompanied Mi ...
Robinson CrusoeDaniel Defoe'sconstructs his own umbrella in imitation of the ones he had seen used in B ...
Mr Jolly Lives Next Door... UK talk show. He appeared as Mr Jolly in 1987 in The Comic Strip Presents', playing an assassin who covers the sound of his murders by playing Tom J ...
Prose Edda... al") is a goddess associated with defensive refusal. Syn is attested in the, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in kennings employe ...
Le Quotidien de Paris... ite with curiosity, and declared it "marvelous, very exciting". A writer inwrote: "The much-feared pyramid has become adorable." The experience was e ...
The House at Pooh Corner... as well as being one of the few characters to appear in all ten chapters of
MahoganyIn 1975, Ross again co-starred with Billy Dee Williams in the Motown film. The story of an aspiring fashion designer who becomes a runway model and ...
Cyborg 009... poser who was known for his music for various anime and TV shows, includingand a feature film of Godzilla vs. Biollante, got involved in the project ...
Jackie Brown... in movies such as The V.I.P.s, Airplane!, Airport, Die Hard 2, Soul Plane,, Get Shorty, Home Alone, Liar Liar, Passenger 57, Final Destination, Unac ...
The Rebel... heir falling-out, and wrote several works with existential themes including, The Stranger, The Myth of Sisyphus, and Summer in Algiers. Camus, like m ...
Kiss Toledo Goodbye... leepy Hollow, starring Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci. He also appeared inwith Michael Rapaport and Nancy Allen
Sea Hunt... 8 as child with his father, Lloyd Bridges, and brother Beau on television's. Some of his best-known major motion films include: Tron (and its ) , Fea ...
1935 movie... uction, at the Hollywood Bowl. The stage production was later turned into a, her film debut. Although the stage cast was largely replaced with Warner ...
Best Actress in a Leading RoleIt was nominated for Academy Awards for(Susan Hayward) and Best Writing, Original Story
Who Framed Roger RabbitA scene in the filmhas a barfly confessing, "I seen the rabbit" (meaning Roger, who is being ...
Mother... ll retained Brooks's touch as a filmmaker. He garnered positive reviews for(1996), which starred Brooks as a middle-aged writer moving back home to r ...
Noh... m Anderson's Japanese prints donated to the British Museum, performances ofplays in London, and the success of Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta The Mi ...
Gothika... 000 worldwide. The following year, Cruz had a minor role in the horror film, as Chloe Sava, a patient at a mental hospital. David Rooney of Variety w ...
Running the SaharaDamon was the founder of H2O Africa Foundation, the charitable arm of theexpedition, which merged with WaterPartners to create Water.org in July 20 ...
Muscle & FitnessFor many years, he wrote a monthly column for the bodybuilding magazinesand Flex. Shortly after being elected Governor, he was appointed executive ...
The Journal of Politics... cision making. In the 1994 study of Robert K. Goidel and Todd G. Shields in, 180 students at the University of Kentucky were randomly assigned to nin ...
Grand Illusion... than forty films from the silent era to the end of the 1960s. His pictures(1937) and The Rules of the Game (1939) are often cited by critics as amon ...
Mary Poppins... n species was incorrectly shown "feathering its nest" in London in the film, but it only occurs in the UK as a very rare vagrant. Some South and Midd ...
Apollo 13... ound material for space-themed films. During the pre-production of the film(1995), the cast and crew spent time at Space Camp and Marshall Space Flig ...
St Augustine Gospels... it has been positively dated to 6th century Italy and this bound book, the, is still used during the swearing-in ceremony of new archbishops of Cant ...
Thames Tunnel... ish engineer Marc Isambard Brunel several years later when constructing the
The Glass Menagerie... 1951) and Michael Curtiz on The Story of Will Rogers (1952). She starred in(1950), Just for You (1952), Let's Do It Again (1953), The Blue Veil (1951 ...
Mommie Dearest... Keeper). Mommie Dearest became a bestseller and was made into the 1981 film, starring Faye Dunaway as Crawford. Dunaway would later express regret fo ...
The Legend of Bagger Vance... ica's major championships . The Ocean Course was featured in the 2000 movie, starring Will Smith, Matt Damon and
Scientific American... ling conjecture. This problem was later publicized by Martin Gardner in hiscolumn and appeared in several books, but it defied solution for over 30 y ...
Midnight Cowboy... now famous line, "I'm walking here! I'm walking here!" as "Ratso" Rizzo in
The Anniston Star... ngham News statewide edition, and the local 25,000 circulation daily paper,. Anniston-based Consolidated Publishing Co., publisher of The Anniston St ...
Cabaret... but lost the Best Actress Oscar to her friend Liza Minnelli for her role in. The soundtrack album for Lady Sings the Blues reached number one on the ...
Paramount... 1978. Italian actor Luigi Montefiori portrayed this nine-foot-tall giant in's 1985 live-action movie King David as part of a flashback. Big Idea's po ...
Journal of Theoretical Biology... e are usually short; in 1974, Maynard Smith published a longer paper in the. Maynard Smith explains further in his 1982 book Evolution and the Theory ...
Le Figaro... ing for the pyramid, with twenty-three percent still opposed. The newspaperhad vehemently criticized Pei's design, but later celebrated the tenth ann ...
Freeman's Journal... turnstiles, and started firing rapidly with rifles and revolvers. Ireland'sreported that, The spectators were startled by a volley of shots fired fro ...
Grand IllusionIn 1937 he made one of his most well-known films,(La Grande Illusion), starring Erich von Stroheim and Jean Gabin. A film o ...
Boogie Nights... ture length documentaries, and was the inspiration for two Hollywood moviesand Wonderland
Los Angeles Times... rote an article named "Israel's peculiar position". It was published in theon May 26, 1968. In his article Hoffer wrote
Stage Fright... g for musical comedy. She worked with such directors as Alfred Hitchcock on(1950), Frank Capra on Here Comes the Groom (1951) and Michael Curtiz on T ...
The Birmingham NewsAnniston is served by two daily newspapers:statewide edition, and the local 25,000 circulation daily paper, The Annis ...
Jane's Fighting ShipsThe 2007 edition ofstates that the Navy is organised into four commands, based at Matadi, nea ...
AirplaneThe aircraft has had major roles in the Airport andfilms, and has been alluded to in both television and theatrical movies. I ...
The Wind in the Willows... one image that is strikingly similar to one of Rackham's illustrations for. On the other hand, she sees also in Stardust clear references and struct ...
La Marseillaise... eur Lange (Le Crime de Monsieur Lange, 1935), Life Belongs to Us (1936) and(1938), reflect the movement's politics
Mamma Mia!... about smoke alarms. In summer 2008, Walters appeared in the film version of, marking her second high profile musical, after
Neil Gaiman... of sub-stories in the Season 17 episode "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story".'s influential graphic novel series The Sandman includes several examples ...
Prose EddaThe Old Norse Múspell appears in the 13th-century, where it is of uncertain meaning. Muspelheim (Múspellsheimr, literally " ...
Now, VoyagerDavis showed little interest in the film(1942) until Hal Wallis advised her that female audiences needed romantic ...
The SimsEA publishedin February 2000 and it became Wright's biggest success yet. It eventually ...
Entertainment WeeklyThe show earned several Emmy nominations and placed #51 on"New TV Classics" list
Money... Austin was selected as the No. 2 Best Big City in "Best Places to Live" bymagazine in 2006, and No. 3 in 2009, and also the "Greenest City in Americ ...
Official Nintendo Magazine... eating anything (or anyone) else, potentially even children’s bubble mix."listed him as one of the "Nintend Feature: Unsung Mario Heroes", stating t ...
Best Actress... second African American actresses to be nominated for an Academy Award forafter Dorothy Dandridge. Ross won the Golden Globe for Best Newcomer, but ...
Astérix et ses AmisIn 2007, Les Editions Albert René released a tribute volume titled, a 60 pages comic book made up of various short stories (from one to four ...
Forrest GumpBayou La Batre is mentioned in the 1994 filmand in Winston Groom's book of the same name on which the movie is based a ...
Surf's Up... Roll (1979, TV). He also voiced the character Big Z in the animated picture
Newsweek... few equals as a perceptive analyst of controversial public policy issues."also referred to Lott as "The Gun Crowd's Guru.
Head in the Clouds... the girlfriend of Paul Walker's character and as Mia in the romantic drama,, set in the 1930s. Head in the Clouds performed poorly at the box office. ...
Rolling StoneHolmes was the subject of several books, a lengthy essay in, two feature length documentaries, and was the inspiration for two Hollyw ...
Sparkle... ). Some Kind of Blue and a Whitney Houston-produced remake of the 1976 filmwere canceled due to Aaliyah's death. Before her death, Aaliyah had filmed ...
Book of Common PrayerThe 1552 and later editions of theomitted the form of anointing given in the original (1549) version in its ...
The Observer... ps cite several statements who argue otherwise. In an interview reported innewspaper in May 2001, Atherton Martin, Dominica's former Environment and ...
Johnny Belinda... (1946), and won two years later for her role as a deaf-mute rape victim in(1948). She was the first person in the sound era to win an acting Oscar w ...
The Twelve Tasks of AsterixAsterix Conquers Rome is a comic book adaptation of the animated film. It was released in 1976, making it technically the 23rd Asterix volume t ...
The Sunday Times... "British Raj" revival of Much Ado About Nothing. As Bernard Levin wrote in: "...demonstrating once more that she is a comic actress of consummate sk ...
De Rebus Bellicis... anonymous author of the possibly contemporary treatise on military affairsheld that, as a consequence of this monetary policy, the rift between clas ...
Dialogue with TryphoIn the, after an introductory section, Justin undertakes to show that Christiani ...
Mamma Mia!... ny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus at London's fifth anniversary performance of, the musical based on ABBA songs. In 2005, she joined all three of her fo ...
Servitude et grandeur militaires... y social order, must remain somewhat aloof and apart from the social order.(1835) was a similar tripartite meditation on the condition of the soldier
The Card... al of his books set in the Potteries have been made into films (for examplestarring Alec Guinness) and television mini-series (such as " " and " ")
Lady Sings the BluesOpening in October 1972,was a major success, and Ross's performance was lauded and well received. ...
Kingpin... asketball hustler Billy Hoyle in White Men Can't Jump, bowler Roy Munson in, serial killer Mickey Knox in Natural Born Killers, magazine publisher La ...
AllmusicMike DeGagne ofpraised the album, saying that the songs on the album "rekindle some of St ...
House of MousePiglet was featured as one of the guests in. It was one of John Fiedler's last works before his death
NME... itarist Johnny Marr's jangly guitar-playing style. The C86 cassette, a 1986premium featuring Primal Scream, The Wedding Present and others, was a maj ...
Crazy Heart... demy Award for Best Actor for his role as Otis "Bad" Blake in the 2009 filmand earned his sixth Academy Award nomination for his portrayal of Rooster ...
Humanae Vitae... L. Allen "John Paul I would not have insisted upon the negative judgment inas aggressively and publicly as John Paul II, and probably would not have ...
Jazz on a Summer's Day... gia Brown" at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival, captured in Bert Stern's film
American Pie... appeared as a member of a garage band in the hugely successful teen comedy(1999) with bandmates Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker, (Though the film's cr ...
Nineteen Eighty-four... -recorder christened "Winston" (after the antihero of George Orwell's novel). Their debut performance was in October 1978 at Eric's Club in Liverpool ...
Don't Tempt MeIn 2001, she also appeared in, playing Carmen Ramos. The film received negative reviews. Jeff Vice of t ...
This Land Is Mine... him. In 1943, he co-produced and directed an anti-Nazi film set in France,, starring Maureen O'Hara and Charles Laughton. Two years later, he made T ...
Scientific American... f the system came to light, many of which reached popular magazines such as. This was based on lack of intelligence information and reflected the Ame ...
Noh... to revive the classical heroic mask from ancient Greek theatre and Japanesetheatre in some of his plays, such as The Great God Brown and Lazarus Laug ...
Asterix Conquers Rome... are solely the work of Uderzo. Years stated are for their initial release.is a comic book adaptation of the animated film The Twelve Tasks of Asteri ...
I ♥ Huckabees... e contemporary films dealing with existentialist issues include Fight Club,, Waking Life, The Matrix, Ordinary People and Life in a Day. Likewise, fi ...
Lady Sings the Blues... Holiday in a Motown-produced film loosely based on Holiday's autobiography(1956) written by Holiday and William Dufty. The movie co-starred Billy De ...
Humanae Vitae... heology of John Paul I has been openly debated due to his interpretation of. According to journalist John L. Allen "John Paul I would not have insist ...
Chicago Tribune... reet Journal, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the. Since March 2008 he has been a weekly columnist for Fox News. He has als ...
Hercules... re similar in theme to their Hercules and Maciste movies. After the classic(1958) became a blockbuster sensation in the film industry, a 1959 Steve R ...
Le MondeIn a letter published in the French newspaperin 2009, Uderzo's daughter, Sylvie, attacked her father's decision to sell ...
USA Today... aces as the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times,, and the Chicago Tribune. Since March 2008 he has been a weekly columnist ...
The Last EmperorBernardo Bertolucci's 1987 film,, presented a controversial portrait of Manchukuo through the memories of ...
The OutsiderColin Wilson, an English writer, published his studyin 1956, initially to critical acclaim. In this book and others (e.g. Intr ...
Los Angeles Times... appeared in such places as the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, the, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune. Since March 2008 he has been a weekl ...
My Big Break... tition from top actors under the age of 25 to be cast. The 2009 documentaryfollowed Bentley, and several other young actors, before and after he land ...
The Human Beast... emy Award for Best Picture. This was followed by another cinematic success:(La Bête Humaine) (1938), a film noir tragedy based on the novel by Émile ...
feature film... ship with Sonnier and other inmates on death row, served as the basis for a, an opera, and a play. In the film, she was portrayed by Susan Sarandon, ...
Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook... ance of vapor-compression refrigeration systems is available in the classic
Academy Award for Best Actor... , , Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Seabiscuit, and The Big Lebowski. He won thefor his role as Otis "Bad" Blake in the 2009 film Crazy Heart and earned h ...
Groundhog Day... High Noon, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange,, Apocalypse Now, Badlands, and Blade Runner also have existentialist qual ...
Waking Up in Reno... y critics, but made $62 million worldwide. In 2002, she had a minor role in. It had negative reviews and was a box office failure, making $267,000 wo ...
No Country for Old Men... try singer Dusty in A Prairie Home Companion, bounty hunter Carson Wells in, zombie killer Tallahassee in Zombieland, blind piano player/meat salesma ...
Paramount PicturesClue was filmed on sound stages at thefilm studios in Hollywood. The set design is credited to Les Gobruegge, Ge ...
Go For Broke!... saving the 141st (or the "lost battalion") from the Germans. The 1951 filmwas a fairly accurate portrayal of the 442nd, and starred several of the R ...
Magnificent Obsession... 951) (another Oscar nomination), the remake of Edna Ferber's So Big (1953),(1954) (Oscar nomination), Lucy Gallant (1955), All That Heaven Allows (19 ...
Prose Edda... dda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. Scholarly theories have ...
Diary of a ChambermaidIn 1945 he made, an adaptation of the Octave Mirbeau novel, Le Journal d'une femme de cha ...
Triodion... nce of receiving Unction on Holy Wednesday is shored up by the hymns in thefor that day, which speak of the sinful woman who anointed the feet of Chr ...
The Pajama Game... , Trent Green, and Kurt Warner. The city is also the setting for a musical,and the comedy film Cedar Rapids
So Big... he Blue Veil (1951) (another Oscar nomination), the remake of Edna Ferber's(1953), Magnificent Obsession (1954) (Oscar nomination), Lucy Gallant (195 ...
A History of Western Philosophy... ("They say Plato learned all things Pythagorean"). Bertrand Russell, in his, contended that the influence of Pythagoras on Plato and others was so gr ...
A Clockwork Orange... Ikiru, Taxi Driver, High Noon, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,, Groundhog Day, Apocalypse Now, Badlands, and Blade Runner also have exis ...
Broadcast News... d director. He received an Academy Award nomination in 1987 for his role in. His voice acting credits include Marlin the clownfish in Finding Nemo, r ...
The New York Times... ion pieces by Lott have appeared in such places as the Wall Street Journal,, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and the Chicago Tribune. Since March 2 ...
White Cargo... Boom Town (1940) with Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy, Comrade X with Gable,(1942), and Tortilla Flat (1942) with Tracy and John Garfield, based on th ...
SpaceCamp... duction. The company's later movies included Silkwood, The Flamingo Kid and(the latter was the last movie ABC produced for cinemas.) They also starte ...
Sports IllustratedJoe Posnanski of the Kansas City Star andwrote
Comrade X... Her many films include Boom Town (1940) with Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy,with Gable, White Cargo (1942), and Tortilla Flat (1942) with Tracy and Jo ...
A Christmas CarolEnglish literature contains many references to him, for example inby Charles Dickens, and in this folk rhyme
Insatiable... n an erection, as is apparent from his flaccid performance in the 1980 film. To support himself and his drug habit, Holmes ventured into crime, selli ...
The Southerner... ine, starring Maureen O'Hara and Charles Laughton. Two years later, he made, a film about Texas sharecroppers that is often regarded as his best work ...
The Big Lebowski... Jagged Edge, Against All Odds, , Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, Seabiscuit, and. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Otis "Bad" Blake ...
Harper's Magazine... an talents through the creative process, appeared in the July 2005 issue of
Oh! What a Lovely War... 1969, Seymour appeared uncredited in her first film, Richard Attenborough's. In 1970, Seymour appeared in her first major film role in the war drama ...
Asterix the Gaul... lished on 29 October 1959. In 1961 the first book was put together entitled. From then on, books were released generally on a yearly basis
Prick Up Your EarsJohn Lahr wrote a biography of Orton entitled, a title Orton himself had considered using, in 1978. The 1987 film adapt ...
The Wall Street Journal... esonant narratives worthy of the label literature." In 2009 Lydia Millet ofcontested that Watchmen was worthy of such acclaim, and wrote that while t ...
Historia Regum Britanniae... ear in the titles of the 9th-century Historia Britonum and the 12th centurywhich became tremendously popular during the High Middle Ages. At this tim ...
Reduced to Ashes... icers had been convicted by December 2002. Ram Narayan Kumar, the author of, claims that the issue of was used by the State to divert attention from ...
The Flamingo Kid... ed while still in production. The company's later movies included Silkwood,and SpaceCamp (the latter was the last movie ABC produced for cinemas.) Th ...
Queen of the Damned... Artist and Favorite R&B/Soul Album for Aaliyah. Her second and final film,, was released in February 2002. Before its release, Aaliyah's brother, Ra ...
A Prairie Home Companion... ublisher Larry Flynt in The People vs. Larry Flynt, country singer Dusty in, bounty hunter Carson Wells in No Country for Old Men, zombie killer Tall ...
General Instruction of the Roman Missal... n of Saint Stephen I from the General Roman Calendar, but, according to the, the 2 August Mass may now everywhere be that of Saint Stephen I, unless ...
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest... entury such as The Seventh Seal, Ikiru, Taxi Driver, High Noon, Easy Rider,, A Clockwork Orange, Groundhog Day, Apocalypse Now, Badlands, and Blade R ...
The CyberiadStanisław Lem's Tale of the Three Storytelling Machines of King Genius fromhas several levels of storytelling. Interestingly, all levels tell stories ...
The Sexual Life of Savages... 20th century anthropological works, such as Malinowski's Melanesian study,(1929), and Gladwin and Sarason's "Truk: Man in Paradise" (1956). Malinows ...
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches... egative reputation she feared), though retaining parts that originated with, which she felt was genuine witchcraft practice. Valiente dramatically re ...
Paper Lion... and background for many movies filmed on location in Boca Raton, including(1968), Paper Moon (1973), Caddyshack (1980), Caddyshack II (1984), Where ...
Finding Nemo... in Broadcast News. His voice acting credits include Marlin the clownfish in, recurring guest voices for the animated television series The Simpsons, ...
National Review... teen-agers flocking to monasteries across the US, and was also featured ins list of the 100 best non-fiction books of the century. Merton was a keen ...
Down Beat... theory and whom she married in 1937. Her first big break came in 1938 wheneditor Carl Cons hired her to work at his new club at 222 North State Stre ...
A Scanner Darkly... Blank Check, The Wendall Baker Story, School of Rock, A Slipping-Down Life,, and most recently, the Coen Brothers' True Grit, Grindhouse, Machete, Ho ...
TV Guidesaid James Stewart gave "one of his finest performances in this lightheart ...
western... umph in RKO's Sudden Fear, Crawford appeared in films ranging from the campfilm Johnny Guitar (1954) to the drama Autumn Leaves (1956), opposite a yo ...
Electra Glide in BlueIn 1973, the group's manager, Guercio, produced and directed, a movie about an Arizona motorcycle policeman. The movie starred Robert ...
Caddyshack... on location in Boca Raton, including Paper Lion (1968), Paper Moon (1973),(1980), Caddyshack II (1984), Where the Boys Are '84 (1984), Stella (1990) ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesTwo other NAS buildings are located in northwest Washington, DC: theat 700 11th Street and the NAS financial office at 575 Seventh Street
Book of Genesis... l humanity are described as being created during the six days of creation (). When each person is born, a preexisting soul is placed within the body. ...
Diary of a Chambermaid... ion and love for a peasant girl, a theme also explored earlier in his filmsand Picnic on the Grass
Liber Abaci... arithmetic, Hindu-Arabic numerals, and the rules of algebra together in hisin 1202 that Hindu-Arabic numerals became widely used in Italy
Henri Coiffier de Ruzé, Marquis of Cinq-Mars... e published a substantial historical novel, Cinq-Mars, based on the life of; with the success of these two volumes, Vigny seemed to be the rising sta ...
Freakonomics... defamation against Steven Levitt and HarperCollins Publishers over the bookand against Levitt over a series of emails to John McCall. In the book Fre ...
The Story of Mankind... ast roles being that of Joan of Arc in Irwin Allen's critically panned epic(1957)
Mr. Skeffington... reached. Highly distraught, Davis attempted to withdraw from her next film(1944); but Jack Warner, who had halted production following Farnsworth's ...
All That Jazz... ) and the musical Dancin' (1978), as well as Fosse's autobiographical movie(1979). The helpmeet/peer played by Leland Palmer in that film is based on ...
Vanilla Sky2001 marked a turning point when Cruz starred in the feature filmsand Blow. In Vanilla Sky, Cameron Crowe's interpretation of Open Your Eyes ...
Blank Check... , Doubting Thomas, Slacker, Idiocracy, The New Guy, Hope Floats, The Alamo,, The Wendall Baker Story, School of Rock, A Slipping-Down Life, A Scanner ...
The Dark Mirror... ty and variety of her roles began to improve. James Agee, in his review for(1946), noted the change, and stated that although she had always been "on ...
L'Osservatore Romano... traditionalist aides, who reinstated the royal we in press releases and in. He was the first to refuse the sedia gestatoria, until Vatican pressure ...
Le Carrosse d'or... nicolor musical comedies on the subjects of theater, politics and commerce:(The Golden Coach) (1953) with Anna Magnani, French Cancan with Jean Gabin ...
ConstantineIn 2005was released, a feature film that did not use the same title as the comic ...
WALL-E... ’s There Will Be Blood at the 80th Academy Awards and for Pixar sci-fi filmat the 81st Academy Awards
Badlands... Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Groundhog Day, Apocalypse Now,, and Blade Runner also have existentialist qualities. Notable directors k ...
Dil To Pagal Hai... renner's Park Hotel featuring particularly prominently. The Bollywood movie(1997) was the first Indian movie to be shot in Baden-Baden
Key of Solomon... ltist Aleister Crowley, from Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches, from theand also from the rituals of Freemasonry. She confronted Gardner with this ...
WatchmenThe popular graphic novelfeatures a story within a story called Tales of the Black Freighter, which ...
Metal Hammer... " was announced on the Megadeth official website as September 15, 2009, andmagazine's website was the first to review the album track by track. Megad ...
Shadow of a Doubt... urtroom drama The Paradine Case (1947) to the dark and disturbing film noir(1943)
Suicide Kings... nor role in the film MouseHunt. He also appeared in the drama/thriller filmwhich also filled with suspense and humor
2 Fast 2 Furious... (1980), Caddyshack II (1984), Where the Boys Are '84 (1984), Stella (1990),(2003) and Sex Drive (2008)
The Seven Storey Mountain... as scores of essays and reviews, including his best-selling autobiography,(1948), which sent scores of disillusioned World War II veterans, students ...
Chicago Reader... nor, Schwarzenegger's height was once again questioned in an article by the. As Governor, Schwarzenegger engaged in a light-hearted exchange with Ass ...
Chicago Sun-Times... astered Baraka is "arguably the highest quality DVD that's ever been made".critic Roger Ebert describes the Blu-ray release as "the finest video disc ...
Dèmoni 2... as the remix "(Here Comes the) Rain", were used in the Italian horror film. Once back in England, the band booked themselves into the Manor Studios ...
The Apartment... es. Before filming, Mendes and Spacey analyzed Jack Lemmon's performance in (1960), because Mendes wanted Spacey to emulate "the way [Lemmon] moved, ...
ExcaliburIn popular fiction, the two are often made as the same, such as in the film, as well as the Disney film adaptation of The Sword in the Stone. The nov ...
Mary Jane's Not a Virgin Anymore... endored Thing" from Very Proud of Ya were used in the 1996 independent film, which was first screened in 1997 and also featured Havok in a small role ...
Entertainment Weekly... breaking read and a watershed in the evolution of a young medium." In 2008,placed it at number 13 on its list of the best 50 novels printed in the la ...
The Alamo... ongeniality, Doubting Thomas, Slacker, Idiocracy, The New Guy, Hope Floats,, Blank Check, The Wendall Baker Story, School of Rock, A Slipping-Down Li ...
The New York Times... ". In his review of the Absolute Edition of the collection, Dave Itzkoff ofwrote that the dark legacy of Watchmen, "one that Moore almost certainly n ...
Weekly Shōnen Jump... l of a boarding school in the Japanese manga Sakigake!! Otokojuku (魁!!男塾) (). His cosplay interest and eponymous "school" called "輝!李塾" was mentioned ...
What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?... tar in conflict with her psychotic sister in the highly successful thriller(1962). Despite the actresses' earlier tensions, Crawford suggested Bette ...
The Adjustment BureauIn 2011, he starred in, Contagion, and We Bought a Zoo
Dancin'... (in which she originated the role of murderess Roxie Hart) and the musical(1978), as well as Fosse's autobiographical movie All That Jazz (1979). Th ...
Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches... itially claimed, but from the works of the occultist Aleister Crowley, from, from the Key of Solomon and also from the rituals of Freemasonry. She co ...
U.S. News & World Report... rded a Silver Medal and recognized as one of America's Best High Schools by, placing it among the top 3% of high schools in the nation. The Lewisburg ...
Driving Lessons... above frequent co-star Victoria Wood. Also in 2006, she starred in the filmalongside Rupert Grint (who played her son Ron in the Harry Potter series) ...
Principles of PhilosophyIn, Descartes tried refuting the existence of atoms with a variation of this ...
Alexander Pope... who named the area Twickenham after the home village of his distant kinsman
Caddyshack II... a Raton, including Paper Lion (1968), Paper Moon (1973), Caddyshack (1980),(1984), Where the Boys Are '84 (1984), Stella (1990), 2 Fast 2 Furious (20 ...
Slacker... , Office Space, The Life of David Gale, Miss Congeniality, Doubting Thomas,, Idiocracy, The New Guy, Hope Floats, The Alamo, Blank Check, The Wendall ...
Rolling Stone... album "rekindle some of Styx's early progressive rock sound, only cleaner."reviewer Lester Bangs was more critical of the album, however, saying that ...
The Romantic EnglishwomanMuch of the Joseph Losey movie(1975) was filmed on location in the town, with the Brenner's Park Hotel f ...
The Boston Globe... cene of his 2000 triumph – and was bolstered further by the endorsements of, the New Hampshire Union Leader, and almost two dozen other state newspap ...
Orchestra Wives... Band and the Nicholas Brothers (doing a memorable dance) in the 1942 movie. This was nominated: Best Music, Original Song in Academy Awards) Harry W ...
The Good, the Bad, the WeirdThe 2008 South Korean westernis set in the desert wilderness of 1930s Manchuria
Excess Baggage... in an interactive movie. In 1997, Walken starred in the comedy films Touch,and had a minor role in the film MouseHunt. He also appeared in the drama/ ...
Where the Boys Are '84... er Lion (1968), Paper Moon (1973), Caddyshack (1980), Caddyshack II (1984),(1984), Stella (1990), 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) and Sex Drive (2008)
Le Petit théâtre de Jean RenoirRenoir made his last film in 1969,(The Little Theatre of Jean Renoir). The film is a series of four short fi ...
A Fine Madness... oung woman named Valerie. Elliott Baker's 1964 novel and 1966 film version,, portrays the dehumanizing lobotomy of a womanizing, quarrelsome poet who ...
Book of Common Prayer... t, and repentance—a day of contemplating one's transgressions. The Anglicanalso designates Ash Wednesday as a day of fasting. In the medieval period, ...
Sea Hunt... Bridges and brother Beau made occasional appearances on their father's show(1958–1961) and the CBS anthology series, The Lloyd Bridges Show (1962–196 ...
The Rules of the Game... silent era to the end of the 1960s. His pictures Grand Illusion (1937) and(1939) are often cited by critics as among the greatest films ever made. A ...
The Birmingham NewsDaily newspaper coverage of the area comes from, which also publishes a weekly section devoted to news from Bessemer and ...
Dear Prudence... years, Seymour returned to film work, appeared in the Hallmark Channel film(2008) with Jamey Sheridan and Ryan Cartwright, and the romantic comedy Lo ...
Miss Congeniality... Dazed and Confused, Wild Texas Wind, Office Space, The Life of David Gale,, Doubting Thomas, Slacker, Idiocracy, The New Guy, Hope Floats, The Alamo ...
Detroit Free Press... e news. The earliest known use of the name "Tigers" in the media was in theon April 16, 1895. Upon entry into the majors, the ballclub sought and rec ...
Gospel Book... He is depicted as an Orthodox bishop, wearing the omophorion and holding a. Sometimes he is depicted wearing the Eastern Orthodox mitre, sometimes h ...
Old Acquaintance... Too Young or Too Old", which became a hit record after the film's release.(1943) reunited her with Miriam Hopkins in a story of two old friends who ...
Hans StadenThe practice of cannibalism among the Tupí was made famous in Europe by, a German soldier and mariner who was captured by the Tupí in 1552. In hi ...
Los Angeles Times... y in the media, including publications like the Wall Street Journal and the
Gone with the Wind... aine, de Havilland's sister, was approached by George Cukor to audition for. He had just directed her in No More Ladies. She was excited until she le ...
Seventeen Seconds... nning of the gothic rock genre. The Cure's "oppressively dispirited" albums(1980), Faith (1981), and Pornography (1982) cemented that group's stature ...
Down Beat... singing "Thanks for the Boogie Ride" and "Let Me Off Uptown". The same yearmagazine readers voted her into the top five big band singers. O'Day came ...
Watch on the Rhine... 1940s, several of Davis's film choices were influenced by the war, such as(1943), by Lillian Hellman, and Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943), a lighthear ...
The New York Times... 5,000,000 budget. The film was received with mixed reviews. Janet Maslin ofwrote negatively of the film and stated that the beginning of the movie "i ...
Oxford English DictionaryIn December 2003, theOnline added draft entries for "grep" as both a noun and a verb
New Hampshire Union Leader... ph – and was bolstered further by the endorsements of The Boston Globe, the, and almost two dozen other state newspapers, as well as from Independent ...
Reservoir Dogs... (But Mom Won't Let Me Get One)". The album's cover is a parody of the films promotional poster. The album title takes root from a quote spoken in Br ...
I, RobotMore recently there have been movies like, The Matrix Trilogy, WALL-E, and the Terminator sequels. Shows such as Do ...
The Tombstone EpitaphAccording to the chief newspaper of the town,, "Wyatt Earp stood up and fired in rapid succession, as cool as a cucumbe ...
Pumping Iron... mpete, in order to film his training in the bodybuilding documentary called. Schwarzenegger had only three months to prepare for the competition, aft ...
The Daily TelegraphIn response to a barb inthat the show was recycled material, Cook wrote a satire of the summing-up ...
The Adventures of Robin Hood... ge of the Light Brigade (1936), and as Maid Marian to Flynn's Robin Hood in(1938). Overall, she starred opposite Flynn in eight films
The North BritonThe journalist John Wilkes published a newspaper called, in which both Bute and the Dowager Princess of Wales were savagely satir ...
Broadcast News... ose passenger (Dan Aykroyd) has a shocking secret. In James L. Brooks's hit(1987), Albert Brooks was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporti ...
Encyclopédie Méthodique... en wet. Samuel Fox invented the steel-ribbed umbrella in 1852; however, thementions metal ribs at the end of the eighteenth century, and they were al ...
Vogue... s Studio Five before being contracted as a fashion photographer for Britishmagazine in 1960. Along with Terence Donovan and Brian Duffy, he captured ...
The Charge of the Light Brigade... played opposite Errol Flynn in such highly popular films as Captain Blood,(1936), and as Maid Marian to Flynn's Robin Hood in The Adventures of Robi ...
Posterior Analytics... d described an early scientific method of inquiry. He discusses Aristotle'sand significantly diverged from it on several points. Avicenna discussed t ...
North by Northwest... 's films, at 130 minutes, exceeded only by The Paradine Case (132 minutes),(136 minutes), and Topaz (142 minutes)
The Sunday TimesThe 22 November 1970 edition ofreported that on 5 August 1967, four days before the murder, Orton went to ...
The Ants... e been based around them or books that describe them (SimAnt: E.O. Wilson’s, SimEarth: James Lovelock’s Gaia Theory, SimCity: Jay Forrester’s Urban D ...
Martian Successor NadesicoEpisode 14 of the anime seriescauses a rather confusing link between the world of the show itself and th ...
The Logic of Scientific Discovery... ht secondary school. Popper published his first book, Logik der Forschung (), in 1934. Here, he criticised psychologism, naturalism, inductionism, an ...
The Tech... ark Press, was devoted to stories and poems. Mona Dickson, writing in MIT's(May 13, 1964) gave Almost Grown a favorable review
All That Jazz... instructed for Reinking's musical theatre classes. Reinking can be seen inplaying the protagonist's lover, as she was in Fosse's real life. She, as ...
Wall Street... n for his performances in the films Badlands (1973), Apocalypse Now (1979),(1987), The Departed (2006), his role as The Illusive Man in the Mass Effe ...
The Paradine Case... s the fourth longest of Hitchcock's films, at 130 minutes, exceeded only by(132 minutes), North by Northwest (136 minutes), and Topaz (142 minutes)
Captain Blood... rish in Us, she played opposite Errol Flynn in such highly popular films as, The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936), and as Maid Marian to Flynn's Ro ...
Badlands... een, is an American film actor best known for his performances in the films(1973), Apocalypse Now (1979), Wall Street (1987), The Departed (2006), hi ...
Frances... t that man was once an intelligent being capable of speech. The 1982 biopicincludes a disturbing scene showing actress Frances Farmer undergoing tran ...
Sight & Sound... guste Renoir, Renoir, My Father (1962). Jean Renoir was dubbed by the BFI'spoll of Critics as the fourth greatest director of all time
Fate... to debunk Gauquelin’s claims. In an article for the pro-paranormal magazine, he wrote: "I am still skeptical of the occult beliefs CSICOP was created ...
Crusade in Europe... being a good fit in either direction. During that year Eisenhower's memoir,, was published. Critics regarded it as one of the finest U.S. military me ...
The Devil's Brigade... atric Knowles played Mountbatten in a brief appearance in the 1968 war film
Happy GilmoreSubway was also seen in the 1996 film
TV Guide... erre Cardin was brought in to design a new wardrobe for Macnee. In America,ran a four-page photospread on Rigg's new "Emmapeeler" outfits (10–16 June ...
One Night Stand... Short Memory" was used in the Australian independent anti-nuclear war movie. A promotional video for "Best of Both Worlds", later on Best of Both Wor ...
Asterix the Gaul... lects in Finland. Also, in Portugal, a special edition of the first volume,, was translated into local language Mirandese. In Greece, a number of vol ...
Reflections in a Golden Eye... ilm on the line as insurance, in order to have Clift cast as her co-star in. Clift died before the movie was set to shoot. Clift and Taylor remained ...
Romeo Must Die... illion copies worldwide. In 2000, Aaliyah appeared in her first major film,. She contributed to the film's soundtrack, which spawned the single "Try ...
Ain't Misbehavin'A Broadway musical revue showcasing Waller tunes entitledwas produced in 1978. (The show and a star of the show, Nell Carter, won T ...
St. Joseph Gazette... es before the mochila was handed off. The ride began at about 7:15 p.m. Thewas the only newspaper included in the bag
The Salmon of Doubt... e story also appears in some of the omnibus editions of the trilogy, and in. There are two versions of this story, one of which is slightly more expl ...
Esquire... During subsequent years his stories and feature articles were published in, Theatre Arts, and the New York Times. He also worked for a period on the ...
Model Railroader... the Jerome & Southwestern, originally developed as a series of articles inMagazine and later released in book form was also set in and around Jerome ...
Popular Science... research and development, and are likely to continue to be for a long time.has published articles about the possible uses of fullerenes in armor. In ...
The Greatest Game Ever Played... can, Archie Compston, Ted Ray (portrayed by Stephen Marcus in the 2005 film), and Arthur Havers. From America came Walter Hagen, Tommy Armour, Jim Ba ...
Andaz Apna Apna... films were successful critically and commercially. Other successes include, co-starring Salman Khan. At the time of its release the movie was review ...
Kerrang!... ity. "Love to Love" was also covered by Djali Zwan for the 2002 movie Spun.magazine listed the album at No. 28 among the "100 Greatest Heavy Metal Al ...
Suddenly, Last Summer... appearance. Clift and Taylor appeared together again in Raintree County and
The Terminator... his acting career in director James Cameron's science fiction thriller film. Following The Terminator, Schwarzenegger made Red Sonja in 1985
De-Lovely... for Best Actress, for her performance in the 2004 biography of Cole Porter,, opposite
Best Actor... cademy Awards the following year, the film won Best Picture, Best Director,(for Spacey), Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography
Raintree County... turalness and their appearance. Clift and Taylor appeared together again inand Suddenly, Last Summer
Neil GaimanIn the late 1990s, Avary was hired by Warner Bros studio to adapt's comic series The Sandman to the big screen. He frequently sparred with ...
Spun... Rock City. "Love to Love" was also covered by Djali Zwan for the 2002 movie
USA Today... with support for its claim from both Sunset magazine and a 1998 article in. Glendale is home to the popular Arrowhead Towne Center mall in the north ...
Conan the Barbarian... Barry Smith for "The Shadow of the Vulture" and "The Song of Red Sonja" inissues 23 and 24 (1973), she did not have as full a figure and dressed a l ...
Derbyshire Times... e for the area is August 2011. Also in the town are the headquarters of the, the local newspaper, which does not cover all of the county
Att vara Per Gessle... f the same name was released; "En händig man". Later on October a book of "" was released, telling some of the unknown facts about Gessle and his 30- ...
The King of ComedyScorsese's next project was his fifth collaboration with Robert De Niro,(1983). A satire on the world of media and celebrity, it was an obvious de ...
High School Musical... rsden (Enchanted), Christopher Walken (Catch Me If You Can) and Zac Efron (). Also in 2007, she portrayed an HIV-positive woman in the film Life Supp ...
The Ethics of Ambiguity... minist and existentialist ethics in her works, including The Second Sex and. Although often overlooked due to her relationship with Sartre, de Beauvo ...
Red Heat... essful films: Commando (1985), Raw Deal (1986), The Running Man (1987), and(1988). In Predator (1987), another successful film, Schwarzenegger led a ...
film of the same name... publication due to the contemporaneous release of Clive Barker's unrelated
Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke... of the year, Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar (1992),(1993) (for which he also wrote the screenplay), and Rangeela (1995). Most ...
Caledonian Canal... ive project that was to last some 20 years. It included the building of thealong the Great Glen and redesign of sections of the Crinan Canal, some of ...
second treatise on government... its form, in its phraseology, follows closely certain sentences in Locke's." The extent of Locke's influence on the American Revolution has been que ...
The Second Sex... ner, wrote about feminist and existentialist ethics in her works, includingand The Ethics of Ambiguity. Although often overlooked due to her relation ...
Scientific American... " The Apple II introduction ad was later run in the September 1977 issue of
The Polar Express... meckis directing, utilizing the Performance capture technology pioneered in. Gaiman and Avary enjoyed the experience of working together, coming acro ...
High Crimes... eral of her early 2000s films, including 2001's Someone Like You and 2002's, received only mixed reviews and moderate box office success; although sh ...
MEN mediaThe chief publications in the area are the Accrington Observer, part of, and the Lancashire Telegraph
horror... s hands led to public debate. Many of these "video nasties" were low-budgetfilms produced in Italy and the United States. The furore created by the r ...
Hamburg cell... friends with Mohamed Atta, Ziad Jarrah and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, forming the. Together, after pledging their lives to martyrdom, they became the leade ...
The Last Temptation of ChristIn 1983 Scorsese began work on a long-cherished personal project,, based on the 1951 (English translation 1960) novel written by Nikos Kaza ...
Notting Hill... 74 by Charles Aznavour and Herbert Kretzmer, for the soundtrack of the film, with Trevor Jones producing. For the 25th anniversary of Saturday Night ...
The Omega ManAmong his most eclectic film works was the music to, based upon the book I Am Legend by Richard Matheson and starring Charlto ...
Kama SutraThe Ancient Indian, dating from the first century AD, describes oral sex, discussing fellati ...
Till Eulenspiegel... ccaccio and François Rabelais. Other examples of Renaissance satire include, Reynard the Fox, Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff (1494), Erasmus' Moriae ...
Round Midnight... ell. This led to a more significant role in Bertrand Tavernier's jazz movie
Fables of the Reconstruction"Love and Theft becomes his, to borrow an R.E.M. album title", writes Greg Kot in The Chicago Tribune ...
Billboard... he One", a song that was also recorded during Presley's RCA debut sessions.magazine praised it as "a strong blues item wrapped up in his usual powerf ...
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar... ecame the highest grossing film of the year, Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991),(1992), Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993) (for which he also wrote the screenpl ...
Philosophy of Freedom... for Steiner's later anthroposophical work is contained in the seminal work,. In his early works, Steiner sought to overcome what he perceived as the ...
Time Lock... ion in southern Spain. He also had a minor role in Gerald Thomas's thriller(1957) as a welder, appearing alongside Robert Beatty, Lee Patterson, Bett ...
Entertainment Weekly... ed by Tobey Maguire. The film was directed by Sam Raimi. Owen Gleiberman ofremarked on Dunst's ability to "lend even the smallest line a tickle of fl ...
The Man Who Would Be King... 50), The African Queen (1951), Moulin Rouge (1952), The Misfits (1961), and(1975). During his 46-year career, Huston received 15 Oscar nominations, w ...
Last Action Hero... rom more serious action hero fare. His alternative-universe comedy/thrillerfeatured a poster of the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day which, in the fi ...
Oxford Dictionary of Saints... ession of St Peter himself that the mission continued. David Farmer, in the, suggests that the whipping story may been a blending of the Quo Vadis st ...
Neil GaimanAvary and novelist's long gestating screenplay for Beowulf was finally produced by the pair ...
Picnic on the Grass... girl, a theme also explored earlier in his films Diary of a Chambermaid and
BillboardThe single toppeds Top 100 chart for seven weeks, was number one on the Country and Western ...
Chicago Tribune... Spider-Man earned him some glowing reviews. For instance, Mark Caro of thefelt that "with his big, round, soulful eyes, Maguire always has been able ...
The Incredible Hulk... ctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling), Stevens wore a necktie withon it to show his seriousness. Marvel Comics has sent him free Hulk paraph ...
MaskThough he achieved success within 1985, Bogdanovich's 1990 sequel to The Last Picture Show, called Texasv ...
Walking TallSheriff Buford Pusser, whose story was told in theseries of movies, was the sheriff of McNairy County from 1964 to 1970
Guinness World Records... um's history (including football), saw the homestanding Wolverines win 5–0., using a count of ticketed fans who actually entered the stadium instead ...
Journal de Savants... led her the Hypatia of the nineteenth century,” and “J.J Biot wrote, in the, that she had probably penetrated the science of mathematics more deeply ...
The Prince of Egypt... lar action film, The Saint. In 1998, he lent his voice to the animated filmas Moses, before starring in the independent film Joe the King (1999) and ...
Dil... e went on to appear in several other films in the late '80s and early '90s:(1990), which became the highest grossing film of the year, Dil Hai Ke Man ...
The Rules of Attraction... laid the foundations for his film adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel
Daisy Miller... or Best Picture in 1974 alongside The Godfather, Part II, and Bogdanovich's, which had a lackluster critical reception
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The Misfits... , The Asphalt Jungle (1950), The African Queen (1951), Moulin Rouge (1952),(1961), and The Man Who Would Be King (1975). During his 46-year career, H ...
Colleges That Change LivesMillsaps was one of 40 schools in Loren Pope's
The Passion of Darkly Noon... e also played the role of Callie in Philip Ridley's dark, adult fairy tale,
Spider-Man 2... ss and quickly shot Maguire to stardom. He reprised his role in the sequels(2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007), and has also provided the voice of Spider- ...
Die Reihe... . ." (". . . How Time Passes . . ."), first published in 1957 in vol. 3 of(Texte 1, 99–139)
From Here to Eternity... nfess, the doomed regular soldier Robert E. Lee Prewitt in Fred Zinnemann's, and the Jewish GI bullied by antisemites in Edward Dmytryk's The Young L ...
The Perfect HolidayLatifah produced the 2007 film. In addition to producing the film, Latifah starred alongside Terrence Ho ...
Detroit Rock CityThe title track and "Love to Love" were featured in the 1999 movie. "Love to Love" was also covered by Djali Zwan for the 2002 movie Spun
Moulin Rouge... 48), Key Largo (1948), The Asphalt Jungle (1950), The African Queen (1951),(1952), The Misfits (1961), and The Man Who Would Be King (1975). During h ...
Cannonball... th down. However he did accept the role of a gangster in exploitation moviedirected by Paul Bartel. In this period there were also several directoria ...
Spider-Man 3... ire to stardom. He reprised his role in the sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and(2007), and has also provided the voice of Spider-Man for the video game a ...
Raakh... was publicised as a teen idol. He also starred in critically acclaimed film, for which Khan got his first National Award for Special Jury Award. Afte ...
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My BedGreatest attention was given to Tracey Emin's exhibit, which was a double bed in a dishevelled state with stained sheets, surro ...
U.S. News & World ReportMillsaps fell from 81 to 89 in the 2010's list of "Best Liberal Arts Colleges"
Octoechos... th special hymns to him which are found in the liturgical book known as the. Soon after the transfer of Saint Nicholas' relics from Myra to Bari, a R ...
Dances with Wolves... Buffalo Ranch in northern Stanley County was used in filming the 1990 movie
Antonin ArtaudIn his essay, The Theatre and Cruelty,claimed that 'the misdeeds of the psychological theater descended from Rac ...
Shrewsbury Canal... same period also saw Telford involved in the design and construction of the. When the original engineer, Josiah Clowes, died in 1795, Telford succeed ...
The African Queen... re of the Sierra Madre (1948), Key Largo (1948), The Asphalt Jungle (1950),(1951), Moulin Rouge (1952), The Misfits (1961), and The Man Who Would Be ...
Total RecallTwins (1988), a comedy with Danny DeVito also proved successful.(1990) netted Schwarzenegger $10 million and 15% of the gross, and was a s ...
Cats & Dogs... his youthful-sounding voice, a beagle puppy named Lou, in the family movie
When the Boys Meet the GirlsIn 1965, he had a small part in the moviestarring Connie Francis, essentially playing himself. He received kudos in ...
broadsides... he printing shop of John Dunlap. Through the night Dunlap printed about 200for distribution. Before long, the Declaration was read to audiences and r ...
The Age of Innocence... writers including Jay Cocks (who went on to co-script later Scorsese filmsand Gangs of New York). The final draft was largely written by Scorsese an ...
Joe the King... film The Prince of Egypt as Moses, before starring in the independent film(1999) and playing a blind man in the drama/romance At First Sight, which ...
Judgment at Nuremberg... le role in Huston's , and the concentration camp victim in Stanley Kramer's.
Key Largo... assics: The Maltese Falcon (1941), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948),(1948), The Asphalt Jungle (1950), The African Queen (1951), Moulin Rouge ...
Staying AliveA sequel,, was released in 1983. It starred John Travolta and was directed by Sylve ...
The Castle... oved into feature films, making several popular Australian movies includingand The Dish, and hosted The Panel for several years, before moving on to ...
Zyklus... cases, a work may be presented from a number of different perspectives. In(1959), for example, he began using graphic notation for instrumental musi ...
Paper Moon... pt within budget limitations. It was through this entity that Bogdanovich's(1973) was produced
Asterix in Corsica... ct. In former Yugoslavia, "Forum" publishing house translated Corsican in "" into Montenegrin dialect of Serbo-Croatian (today called Montenegrin lan ...
The GuardianIf... is an ongoing political comic strip which appears in the UK newspaper, written and drawn by Steve Bell since its creation in 1981
Taxi Driver... e appeared in his first mainstream film role, in Martin Scorsese's landmark; Scorsese allowed Brooks to improvise much of his dialogue. The role refl ...
Pontcysyllte AqueductAmong other structures, this involved the spectacularover the River Dee in the Vale of Llangollen, where Telford used a new met ...
Best Actor... ound magazine. It received eight Oscar nominations, including Best Picture,for Robert De Niro, and Scorsese's first for Best Director. De Niro won, a ...
Expressen... ally" was released on 29 October 2008, which achieved critical acclaim from, who called Per a "pop genius". After that, Per started the Party Crasher ...
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre... ed, many of which are today considered classics: The Maltese Falcon (1941),(1948), Key Largo (1948), The Asphalt Jungle (1950), The African Queen (19 ...
Here Comes Mr. Jordan... e series from movies like Heaven Can Wait (1978), a remake of the 1941 film. Bellisario felt the premise, if handled correctly and put in a science f ...
Stowe Missal... ed as a saint, and was given the feast day of 3 February. The ninth centurycommemorates his feast day, along with Mellitus and Justus. A Vita (or Lif ...
Tropic ThunderIn 2008, Maguire took on a cameo role in the action comedy filmas a gay 18th century monk with his eye on Father O'Malley (Kirk Lazarus, ...
The African Queen... he Asphalt Jungle opened in theaters, Huston was already in Africa shooting(1951), a story based on C. S. Forester's popular novel. It starred Humphr ...
TakersChristensen appeared in the crime dramareleased in the United States on August 27, 2010. will be the fourth film ...
Critique of Dialectical Reason... 1960s, Sartre attempted to reconcile existentialism and Marxism in his work. A major theme throughout his writings was freedom and responsibility
Aftonbladet... Artist Of The Year" 1982, by the readers of Sweden's biggest evening paper, receiving the Swedish Music Award Price Rockbjörnen
JiyunSima Guang was also a lexicographer (who perhaps edited the), and spent decades compiling his 1066 Leipian (類篇; "Classified Chapters" ...
Daily Record... York City TV stations. It is served by the newspapers The Star-Ledger, the, and The Record of Bergen County, NJ
Antonin Artaud... s also celebrated by the Cinémathèque Française, who heralded Avary as "theof cinema" during their Cinema of Cruelty retrospective
American Psycho... n-of-the-millennium films such as Fight Club, In the Company of Men (1997), (2000) and Boys Don't Cry (1999), American Beauty "raises the broader, wi ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... gain sufficient weight to portray LaMotta after retirement. De Niro won anfor his performance
Virgin TerritoryChristensen appeared opposite Mischa Barton in, which was released directly-to-DVD in North America on August 26, 2008. ...
Hercules in New York... ally achieving it when he was chosen to play the role of Hercules in 1970's. Credited under the name "Arnold Strong," his accent in the film was so t ...
The Hustler... se made The Color of Money, a sequel to the much admired Robert Rossen film(1961) with Paul Newman. Although typically visually assured, The Color of ...
The Last Picture Show... ael Cimino, and Francis Ford Coppola. His most critically acclaimed film is(1971)
Raging Bull... th the idea of a movie about his life, based on his 1970 memoir . The film,, was initially only a minor box office success, but eventually became a h ...
Zizhi Tongjian... ike Zheng Qiao (鄭樵) in writing Tongshi (通史) and Sima Guang (司馬光) in writing(資治通鑑). The Chinese historical form of dynasty history, or Jizhuanti histo ...
A Greek-English Lexicon... succeeding Greek lexicons (including, therefore, the contemporary standard). A special improvement was the introduction of words and expressions con ...
Allmusic... nted, delightfully eclectic album". William Cooper had a similar opinion in: "Frida escapes the creative limitations of being a member of one of the ...
True Grit... Slipping-Down Life, A Scanner Darkly, and most recently, the Coen Brothers', Grindhouse, Machete, How To Eat Fried Worms and Bandslam. In order to dr ...
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind... g and reductive." She next appeared in the supporting role of Mary Svevo in(2004), alongside Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, and Tom Wilkinson. The latter ...
New Scientist... L. Semple, a surgeon, both researchers from the University of Toronto, toldmagazine that an analysis of weather conditions on 11 May suggested that f ...
Conan the Barbarian... magazine. Buscema drew her again in this costume in issues 43, 44 and 48 of(1974) and Dick Giordano in the first issue of Marvel Feature (1975) befor ...
Rolling Stone... chieved their sound simply by creatively utilizing their limited technique.lavished praise on the Band in this era, giving them more attention than p ...
Amazing Stories... a brief venture into television, directing an episode of Steven Spielberg's
The Decameron... sed directly-to-DVD in North America on August 26, 2008. The film, based on, is about a group of people who escape the Black Plague epidemic by hidin ...
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences... l Processes in Mesospheric Dynamics that was published in four parts in thebetween 1965 and 1966. See also The first of these, Part I: Models for Rad ...
The Wind in the WillowsIn 1908 Kenneth Grahame wrotefrom his retired position as secretary of the Bank of England. He moved to ...
The Economist... uage used – we talk of the battle against terrorism or the war on drugs..."magazine has become increasingly vocal in its criticism of such regulation ...
Gospel of LukeIn the Sermon on the Plain in the, Jesus says
Outdoor Life... ed in the top 20 cities in the U.S. for sportsmen in the current edition ofmagazine, was recently ranked #2 for Field and Stream's Best Fishing Towns ...
The Big Knife... . During the same period, Renoir produced in Paris the Clifford Odets play,, and wrote and produced in Paris for Leslie Caron his own play, Orvet
Alexander Pope... and also, in 1714, by the formation of the Scriblerus Club, which included, Jonathan Swift, John Gay, John Arbuthnot, Robert Harley, Thomas Parnell, ...
The Road to the Temple... ictured) that was used by the Players for their theater. Glaspell writes in, "So Gene took Bound East for Cardiff out of his trunk, and Freddie Burt ...
Yupian... pent decades compiling his 1066 Leipian (類篇; "Classified Chapters", cf. the) dictionary. It was based on the Shuowen Jiezi, and included 31,319 Chine ...
Heartbreak Hotel... His phrasing, use of echo, it's all so beautiful. Musically, it's perfect.", a film based on a mythical incident involving the kidnapping of Presley, ...
MGM... deserts his company out of fear, but later returns to fight alongside them., however, saw the message of the movie as too antiwar. Without Huston's i ...
Pumping Iron... warzenegger drew attention and boosted his profile in the bodybuilding film(1977), elements of which were dramatized. In 1991, Schwarzenegger purchas ...
Into Thin Air... was in one of the affected parties, and afterwards published the bestseller, which related his experience. Anatoli Boukreev, a guide who felt impugne ...
Uncut... ed it in its unranked list 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll and in 2005,magazine ranked the first performance of "Heartbreak Hotel" in 1956 by Pre ...
Toy StoryIn the fictional world of themovies, Buzz Lightyear is an animated toy action figure, which was based o ...
Roughing It... ony Express in action first hand, described the riders in his travel memoiras: "... usually a little bit of a man". Though the riders were small, lig ...
The Cincinnati Kid... ohoff and director Norman Jewison gave him screen credit for writing 1965's. Lardner's later work included M*A*S*H (1970), for which he won the Acade ...
Vanishing on 7th StreetIn October 2009 he started shooting the horror film, directed by Brad Anderson, alongside Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo. ...
No Country for Old Men... rrell, a Texas state senator. It is the setting for Cormac McCarthy's novel, and the Academy Award winning film adaptation of the same name
GQ... anks and author and futurist Sir Arthur C. Clarke. In a 2007 interview withmagazine, Bass stated that he "absolutely" still intends on going to space ...
Gospel of MatthewIn the Sermon on the Mount in the, Jesus says
Billboard... on of Titus Turner's "All Around the World", was a hit, reaching # 5 on theR&B chart. He followed up with a string of R&B hits, including the origina ...
Invitation to the Dance... hold took root in England in about 1812; in 1819 Carl Maria von Weber wrote, which marked the adoption of the waltz form into the sphere of absolute ...
The Red Badge of CourageAfter completing The Asphalt Jungle, Huston's next film,(1951), was of a completely different subject: war and its effect on soldi ...
Almagest... n after, he wrote the Compendium of the Almagest, a commentary on Ptolemy's. Avicenna concluded that Venus is closer to the Earth than the Sun. In 10 ...
The Exorcist... which had passed cinema certification fell foul of the Act. In particular,, which was made available by Warner Home Video in December 1981, was not ...
SpamalotBroadway references have included, where a "Grail dance" sends up the "bottle dance" in Fiddler's wedding s ...
TV GuideIn 2004 and 2007, Quantum Leap was ranked #15 and #19 ons "Top Cult Shows Ever"
I Am Legend... ost eclectic film works was the music to The Omega Man, based upon the bookby Richard Matheson and starring Charlton Heston. The soundtrack was not r ...
Black's Law DictionaryThe phrase does not come from association with, which was first published in 1891. The phrase "black-letter law" was use ...
The Stars Look Down... n made at Twickenham since the end of Hagen's tenure including Carol Reed'sin 1939, In the 1960s classic films such as Alfie starring Michael Caine, ...
Something Wild... ll with popular low-budget "cult" films of the 1980s, e.g. Jonathan Demme'sand Alex Cox's Repo Man
Key LargoAlso in 1948 he directed his next film,, again with Humphrey Bogart starring. It was the story about a disillusio ...
The Ring... , this duel was subsequently dubbed the division's 'Fight of The Decade' bymagazine. But it did not go Pintor's way. Gómez recorded a fourteenth roun ...
Never Say Never Again... ice (1967) – then appeared again as Bond in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and(1983). All seven films were commercially successful
Radio & Records... es, the single reached #13 in March 1983 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #9 on, and was the 20th biggest selling single in the US that year
Every Day Except Christmas... te films. In 2007, Iranian filmmaker Maziar Bahari selected O Dreamland and(1957), a record of a day in the old Covent Garden market, for his top 10 ...
house beautiful... s similarly driven by conventional views of happiness; from her belief in "" domestic bliss to her car and gardening outfit, Carolyn's domain is a "f ...
Disquisitiones Arithmeticae... mber theory was renewed when she read Carl Friedrich Gauss' monumental work. After three years of working through the exercises and trying her own pr ...
Zizhi Tongjian... changing the title from Tongzhi ("Comprehensive Records") to the honorific("Comprehensive Mirror to Aid in Government"). Scholars interpret this tit ...
Entertainment Weekly... particularly the gay press. In one incident, it was noted that the magazinerefused to review the album, instead asking him to make a comedic contribu ...
Forbes... Vernon was named one of the "25 Richest Zip Codes" in the United States bymagazine in 2006. Many relatively unchanged large country estates that hav ...
Genesis... was viewed as bringing shame on the viewer, not the naked, as evidenced in9: 20-27
O Dreamland... al Top 10 favorite films. In 2007, Iranian filmmaker Maziar Bahari selectedand Every Day Except Christmas (1957), a record of a day in the old Covent ...
same name... la (1978, ongoing) by Peter Madsen, and its subsequent animated film of the(1986). Valhalla is prominently referenced—with the line "Valhalla, I am c ...
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre... s an American, asked to "help out a fellow American, down on his luck", was(1948). It would become one of the films which established his reputation ...
Hamburg cellAfter moving to Hamburg in 1998, Shehhi helped form thewith Mohamed Atta and Ramzi bin al-Shibh. There, his views became more and ...
Magnolia... other American films of 1999—such as Fight Club, Bringing Out the Dead and—American Beauty instructs its audience to "[lead] more meaningful lives". ...
Shadow of a Doubt... dramatisation of the dangers of rumours during wartime, for Life magazine.(1943), Hitchcock's personal favourite of all his films and the second of ...
Mona Lisa Smile... vity (2003), where she had a supporting role. That same year she starred in(2003). She was part of an ensemble cast that included Julia Roberts, Magg ...
Robotech... , Warner Bros. has plans to fast-track a movie based on 1980s anime series,. Maguire is producing the film through his Maguire Entertainment banner a ...
Allmusic... the Roof, which featured jazz arrangements of eight songs from the musical.awarded the album 4 stars and states "Cannonball plays near his peak; this ...
Advertising Age... Gore proposed launching a progressive TV network, a Fox News executive told(10/13/03): "The problem with being associated as liberal is that they wou ...
How To Eat Fried Worms... rkly, and most recently, the Coen Brothers' True Grit, Grindhouse, Machete,and Bandslam. In order to draw future film projects to the area, the Austi ...
Federalist traditionIt relies upon adating back to the founding of the country, as well as the Tenth Amendment
The Guardian... xt piece, Arsewoman in Wonderland, described a pornographic film in detail.asked, "It's art. But is it porn?" calling in "Britain's biggest porn star ...
Beyond the Stars... ility. The U.S. Space and Rocket Center stood in for NASA in the 1989 moviestarring Martin Sheen, Christian Slater, and Sharon Stone. Parts of Tom an ...
Proceedings of the USSR Academy of Sciences... wasn't accepted by scientific community. The paper was published in 1973 in(in Russian)
The Questor Tapes... ared in a small role as Dr. Emil Vaslovik, creator of the title android, in, written for television by Gene Roddenberry and Gene L. Coon and directed ...
The Hollywood Reporter... The Letter (1940) was considered "one of the best pictures of the year" by, and Davis won admiration for her portrayal of an adulterous killer, a ro ...
Raja Hindustani... ly release in 1996 was the Dharmesh Darshan directed commercial blockbusterin which he was paired opposite Karisma Kapoor. The film earned him his fi ...
Anna Karenina... lso had a prominent television role in Rudolph Cartier's 1961 production offor BBC Television, in which he co-starred with Claire Bloom
New York, I Love You... 08. Bilson and Christensen co-starred again in the same segment of the film
Dictionary of Welsh Biography... ld, he was knighted in 1934. Under his editorship, the first edition of thewas compiled, though not published until after his death (1950)
Conan the Destroyer... rbarian in 1982, which was a box-office hit. This was followed by a sequel,in 1984, although it was not as successful as its predecessor. In 1983, Sc ...
The Tale of Peter RabbitIn 1902 Beatrix Potter published, that follows Peter Rabbit, a mischievous and disobedient young rabbit, a ...
A Majority of One... in a large number of movies, giving notable performances in Picnic (1955),(1961), Five Finger Exercise (1962), Gypsy (1962), and The Trouble with An ...
The Maltese Falcon... t directing assignment, Huston chose Dashiell Hammett's detective thriller,, a film which had already failed at the box office in two earlier version ...
Craigellachie Bridge... Crinan Canal, some of new roads, over a thousand new bridges (including the), numerous harbour improvements (including works at Aberdeen, Dundee, Pet ...
Disturbia... mmon plot device in both serious (e.g. Rear Window, Klute and more recently) and humorous (e.g. Porky's, Animal House and more recently Semi-Pro, Ame ...
AnabasisThe Greek general Xenophon records in histhat the Armenians burned their crops and food supplies as they withdrew b ...
The Exorcist... . Such permission was not always granted, and in the case of the release ofin 1973, a number of enterprising managers of cinemas where permission had ...
25th HourHe is also a producer whose production credits include(2002), Whatever We Do (2003), and Seabiscuit (2003), for which he served ...
Let There Be Light... ilure by America's intelligence agencies which resulted in many deaths, and(1945), about psychologically damaged veterans, also censored for 35 years ...
SpaceCamp... Like Rats), Air Band (2005), and Constellation (2005). Portions of the film(1986) were filmed at Huntsville's U.S. Space and Rocket Center at the epo ...
Scrooge... productions. He began to make more expensive films such as Seymour Hicks's(1935) and Spy of Napoleon which he hoped to gain both a national and inte ...
The Good German... ick Tully opposite George Clooney and Cate Blanchett in Steven Soderbergh's, based on the Joseph Kanon novel of the same name
Quidditch Through the Ages... Beasts and Where to Find Them is a textbook used by the main character, andis a book from the library at his school. The Tales of Beedle the Bard pro ...
French Cancan... and commerce: Le Carrosse d'or (The Golden Coach) (1953) with Anna Magnani,with Jean Gabin and María Félix (1955) and Eléna et les hommes (Elena and ...
Neil GaimanStardust (1998) is the first solo prose novel by. It is usually published as a novel with illustrations by Charles Vess. S ...
The Emperor Jones... laim, and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. His first major hit was, which ran on Broadway in 1920 and obliquely commented on the U.S. occupa ...
The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas... ely arbitrary, one raid famously netting a copy of the Dolly Parton musical(1982) under the mistaken belief it was pornographic
Melody Maker... l Quinn, "One Day." It flopped, leading Clarke to place an advertisement inlooking for a vocalist for a new musical project. He selected Peterborough ...
20 Years AfterA few feature films have been shot in Huntsville, including(2008, originally released as Like Moles, Like Rats), Air Band (2005), and ...
Repo Man... lt" films of the 1980s, e.g. Jonathan Demme's Something Wild and Alex Cox's
BoatingIn May 2009, the company sold American Photo, Flying,, Sound and Vision, and Popular Photography to the Bonnier Group
Pokémon AdventuresIn themanga, Green stole a Squirtle from Prof. Oak's Lab. This Squirtle ultimate ...
Washingtonian... d several aides who work for Stevens as part of the investigation. In July,magazine reported that Stevens had hired "Washington's most powerful and e ...
The Tales of Beedle the Bard... r, and Quidditch Through the Ages is a book from the library at his school.provides an additional layer of fiction, the 'tales' being instructional s ...
De humani corporis fabrica... hysician, and author of one of the most influential books on human anatomy,(On the Structure of the Human Body). Vesalius is often referred to as the ...
The Matrix... with existentialist issues include Fight Club, I ♥ Huckabees, Waking Life,, Ordinary People and Life in a Day. Likewise, films throughout the 20th c ...
Harvard Law Review... ated to private international law or maritime law. The essay later became aarticle whose scholarship Justice Jay Rabinowitz of the Alaska Supreme Cou ...
Prose EddaIn chapter 31 of Gylfaginning in the, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, Ullr is referred to as ...
LagaanIn 2001 he appeared in. The film was a major critical and commercial success, and received a nom ...
True Lies... ark, and did not do well at the box office. His next film, the comedy drama(1994) was a popular spy film, and saw Schwarzenegger, reunited with James ...
Alexander Pope... replaced, the well-known formal gardens of England which were criticized byand others from the 1710s. Starting in 1719, William Kent replaced these w ...
Gödel, Escher, BachIn Douglas Hofstadter's, there is a narrative between Achilles and the Tortoise (characters borro ...
Newsweek... m was ranked #467 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, whilemagazine pronounced it the second best album of its decade. In 2009, Glide ...
Sports Illustrateds Tom Verducci wrote in 2003, "There are certain figures in American histo ...
Toronto Star... symbol. Rudyard Griffiths, director of The Dominion Institute, wrote in thein July 2006 that the ascension of the chain to the status of cultural ico ...
Ordinary People... ntialist issues include Fight Club, I ♥ Huckabees, Waking Life, The Matrix,and Life in a Day. Likewise, films throughout the 20th century such as The ...
BlickOn 8 January 2006, the Swiss newspaper Sonntagsblick (Sunday edition of thenewspaper) published a secret report produced by the Swiss government usin ...
The Glenn Miller StoryIn 1953, Universal-International pictures released, starring James Stewart. In 1953, Glenn Miller was voted into the Down Be ...
The Birth of a Nation... , and used tinting as a special effect in many of his films. His 1915 epic,, used a number of colors, including amber, blue, lavender, and a striking ...
A Love Supreme... d that it was not true. Music critic Greg Tate described it as Funkadelic's. In 2008, Rolling Stone cited this as number 60 on its list of 100 greate ...
Gulliver's Travels... e to attack indifference to the plight of the desperately poor. In his bookhe writes about the flaws in human society in general and English society ...
El Castillo Interior... clude her autobiography, The Life of Teresa of Jesus, and her seminal work,(The Interior Castle), are an integral part of the Spanish Renaissance lit ...
Vanity Fair... he works of others in print. He has written several pieces for the magazine, including the summary of what a perfect weekend of music would be. He ha ...
The Huntsville Timeshas been Huntsville's only daily newspaper since 1996, when the Huntsville ...
Washington Blade... ded the 2006 Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award on October 7, 2006. Theprinted a guest editorial from a long-time HRC supporter who claimed that ...
Saga of a Star World... who, almost four years later, again directed him in Battlestar Galactica: ""
Books of Kings... Book of Jeremiah reports that a total of 4,600 were exiled to Babylon. Thesuggest that it was ten thousand, and then eight thousand. Israel Finkelst ...
Under Capricorn... ckly around the set as it followed the continuous action of the long takes.(1949), set in nineteenth-century Australia, also used the short-lived tec ...
Wings of Courage... is credited as one of Kilmer's finest performances. 1995 saw Kilmer star in, a 3D IMAX film, and that same year, he starred opposite Al Pacino and Ro ...
The Exorcist... ave allowed some long-proscribed films to be re-appraised around this time.was granted an uncut 18 certificate on 10 June 1999 and several official ' ...
Fight ClubSome contemporary films dealing with existentialist issues include, I ♥ Huckabees, Waking Life, The Matrix, Ordinary People and Life in a Da ...
Anchorage Daily News... Rabinowitz of the Alaska Supreme Court praised 45 years later, telling thein 1994 that the high court had issued a recent opinion citing the article ...
American Venus... Vince Vaughn in Wedding Crashers. De Mornay also starred in the 2007 drama
Chicago Tribune... demanding than she had expected. The movie garnered mixed reviews, with therating it one out of four stars and describing Dunst's portrayal of a flig ...
San Francisco ChronicleOn May 18, 2007, thereported that Oakland general manager Billy Beane was considering adding H ...
Mélo... allenge of taking a complete stage work and giving it new cinematic life in(1986), an adaptation of Henry Bernstein's 1929 play of the same name. Res ...
Rolling Stone... recorded music. These include television channels like MTV, magazines likeand radio stations. In recent years the music industry has been embroiled ...
Allmusic... y vocals rode calmly on R. Kelly's rough beats". Stephen Thomas Erlewine offelt that the album had its "share of filler", but described the singles a ...
Atari STThecomputers were sold with "stspeech.tos" on floppy disk
A Modest Proposal... e of the first to practise modern journalistic satire. For instance, In hisSwift suggests that Irish peasants be encouraged to sell their own childre ...
The Glenn Miller Story... ph Flanagan, Jerry Gray, and Ray Anthony. This, coupled with the success of(1953), led the Miller estate to ask to lead a new ghost band. This 1956 b ...
Neil GaimanIn by, the necropolis apprentice Petrefax tells a story that includes a storyte ...
Quo VadisSpencer's first movie role was that of a member of the Praetorian guard in, a film shot in Italy, in 1951. During the 1950s and part of the 1960s, S ...
Inglourious BasterdsHilmar Eichhorn portrayed a fictional version of Jannings in, directed by Quentin Tarantino
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... s L. Brooks's hit Broadcast News (1987), Albert Brooks was nominated for anas an insecure, supremely ethical network TV reporter, who offers the rhet ...
The Daily Telegraph... similar style, stating disapprovingly in an interview for the British paper
Douay-RheimsSignificant versions of the English Christian Bible include the, the RSV, the KJV, the ESV, the NKJV, and the NIV. For a complete list, s ...
Waking Life... films dealing with existentialist issues include Fight Club, I ♥ Huckabees,, The Matrix, Ordinary People and Life in a Day. Likewise, films throughou ...
MadRecurring references to halvah have been made inmagazine over the years
The History of Medieval Business Organisations... s law doctorate in 1889 by writing a dissertation on legal history entitled; his advisor was Levin Goldschmidt, a respected authority in commercial l ...
Mrs. Doubtfire... h on the Roof, which incorporates the works of H. P. Lovecraft. In the film(1993), parodies "Matchmaker"
Spider-Man 2... rie intake for Seabiscuit followed by a rapid increase to regain weight for
The Night of the Hunter... riller taking its cues heavily from Alfred Hitchcock and Charles Laughton's(1955). Cape Fear received a mixed critical reception and was lambasted in ...
Los Angeles Times... 16 mainstream US papers (including The New York Times, the Washington Post,, and the San Francisco Chronicle), Kuypers found that the mainstream prin ...
The Advocate... ormal', but further enforced unneeded stereotypes. In a 2007 interview with, Bass called his comment a "mistake" and noted that he was unaware of the ...
Smoking/No Smoking... ome (1989), an ambitious theatrical adaptation followed with the diptych of(1993): Resnais, having admired the plays of Alan Ayckbourn for many years ...
The Salmon of Doubt... eries. He was working on a third Dirk Gently novel under the working title,, but felt that the book was not working and abandoned it. In an interview ...
Paranoid... ctively heavier album, In Rock (1970). Also significant was Black Sabbath's(1970), which combined guitar riffs with dissonance and more explicit refe ...
Alexander Pope... itten in response to a rivalry with Thomas Shadwell and eventually inspiredto write his satirical The Rape of the Lock. Other satirical works by Pope ...
Common Sense... the king was not inclined to act as a conciliator, Thomas Paine's pamphletwas published. Paine, who had only recently arrived in the colonies from E ...
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life... original television show, Monty Python's Flying Circus, to their 1983 film. Of the many adjectives (some listed in the introduction above) that migh ...
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Spider-Man 2... the first Spider-Man film led Dunst to reprise the role in the 2004 sequel,. The movie was well received by critics and a financial success, setting ...
1962 movie1991 brought Cape Fear, a remake of a cultof the same name, and the director's seventh collaboration with De Niro. A ...
Ace High#(1968
Down Beat... ler Story, starring James Stewart. In 1953, Glenn Miller was voted into themagazine Jazz Hall of Fame in the Readers' Poll. In 1996, the U.S. Postal ...
DreamgirlsOn December 21, 1981, the Tony Award-winning musicalopened at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway and ran for 1,522 performances. ...
AtomAge... he Avengers were designed at the studio of John Sutcliffe who published thefetish magazine
The Covered Wagon#(1923) - $3,800,00
FreakonomicsIn the best-seller, economist Steven D. Levitt and co-author Stephen J. Dubner both confirm ...
Senso... on Scorsese, he documents influences from films such as Luchino Visconti'sand his Il Gattopardo as well as Orson Welles's The Magnificent Ambersons ...
First Kid... rank Berkowitz. He also made a minor appearance as himself in the 1996 film
New Scientist... ppeared in fiction well before scientists took serious interest in them. Inthere used to be a weekly column called "Daedalus" written by David Jones, ...
Wedding Crashers... following year, had a brief role alongside Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in. De Mornay also starred in the 2007 drama American Venus
Creem... en inspiring a rapturous response in those who heard it. A 1971 review fromstated "My response is that crystallization of everything that is rock'n'r ...
Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Bridgnorth... ring the planning of which he met leading prison reformer John Howard), theand another church in Madeley. (Called in to advise on a leaking roof at S ...
Acts of the Apostles... d Jewish colonies very early, and Christianity was also soon present there.16:14-15 mentions the baptism of a merchant woman called "Lydia" who came ...
The Woman on the Beach... nal d'une femme de chambre, starring Paulette Goddard and Burgess Meredith.(1947) starring Joan Bennett and Robert Ryan was heavily reshot and reedit ...
Lady Windermere's Fan... e play". Wilde's name did not appear on the cover, it was "By the Author of". His return to work was brief though, as he refused to write anything el ...
Office Space... he most by the group is that of the absurd. Another related comedy would be
Out of Sight... de us more attractive?" He also won positive notices for his role in 1998's, playing an untrustworthy banker and ex-convict
Sunset... itself as “Arizona’s Antique Capital,” with support for its claim from bothmagazine and a 1998 article in USA Today. Glendale is home to the popular ...
Go For It!#(1983
Crelle's Journal... ned she had breast cancer. Despite the pain, she continued to work. In 1831published her paper on the curvature of elastic surfaces and “a note about ...
The Big Parade#(1925) - $6,400,00
Entertainment WeeklyIn 2008, the show was placed at #73 on"New TV Classics" list
Academy Award for Best ActorIn 1949 he was nominated for thefor Johnny Belinda. In 1975 he was nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding ...
My First Mister... ying retail store owner who befriends disillusioned teen Leelee Sobieski in(2001). Brooks continued his voiceover work in Disney and Pixar's Finding ...
National Lampoon's Animal HouseThe 1978 comedy filmwas co-written by Chris Miller '63, and is based loosely on a series of st ...
USA Today... ie was mixed, but many critics enjoyed Dunst's performance. Claudia Puig ofreported that the chemistry between Dunst and Bettany was potent, with Dun ...
The Magnificent Ambersons... as Luchino Visconti's Senso and his Il Gattopardo as well as Orson Welles'sand also Roberto Rossellini's La Prise de pouvoir par Louis XIV. Although ...
The Birth of a Nation#(1915) - $10,000,00
Paths of GloryStanley Kubrick's 1957 anti-war film"illustrates, and even illuminates...existentialism" by examining the "nec ...
San Francisco Chronicle... cluding The New York Times, the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and the), Kuypers found that the mainstream print press in America operate within ...
Guilty as Sin... 91) and in 1993, starred as a defense lawyer in Sidney Lumet's murder drama
GamePro... rly Pokémon phenomenon as "like a Hydro Pump from a Blastoise to the face".s Kat Bailey wrote that a lot of players chose Blastoise for its two hydro ...
Dark VictoryShe was emotional during the making of her next film,(1939), and considered abandoning it until the producer Hal B. Wallis conv ...
Paramount PicturesA film adaptation of Dreamgirls was released by DreamWorks andin December 2006. The film contains more overt references to Motown and Th ...
The Search... River which was shot in 1946 and released in 1948. Clift's second movie was. Clift was unhappy with the quality of the script, and rewrote most of it ...
Murder by Death... lm is a murder mystery set in a Gothic Revival mansion, and is styled after(which also featured Clue star Eileen Brennan) and other various murder/di ...
Billboard... fering With The Blues", and "Sleep" (1960) (Pop #13). In all, John made theHot 100 a total of fourteen times. A cover version of "Need Your Love So B ...
Canadian Business... has established itself in the top class of fast-food restaurants in Canada.magazine has twice named Tim Hortons as the best-managed brand in Canada ( ...
The 6th Day... upernatural thriller End of Days (1999), later followed by the action films(2000) and Collateral Damage (2002) all of which failed to do well at the ...
Finding Nemo... st Mister (2001). Brooks continued his voiceover work in Disney and Pixar's(2003), as the voice of "Marlin", one of the film's protagonists; Nemo is ...
Sarfarosh... ssful Ghulam, for which he also did playback singing. John Mathew Matthan's(1999), Khan's first release in 1999, was also moderately successful, gain ...
Le Morte d'Arthur... ublished as The Early Italian Poets in 1861). These and Sir Thomas Malory'sinspired his art of the 1850s. He created his own method of painting in wa ...
The Gold Rush#(1925) - $4,250,00
Academy Award for Best Actor... riginal writers were credited. Clift's performance saw him nominated for an. His naturalistic performance led to director Fred Zinneman's being asked ...
Best Actress Academy Award... nce again being an unbridled psychopath. Sharon Stone was nominated for thefor her performance
We Are Marshall... to the Tri-State Airport, killing all on board. A movie about the tragedy,, was released in 2006
Rin Tin Tin... unner up. While researching her book, Orlean discovered that it was in fact, the German Shepherd, one of the biggest movie stars of his time, who won ...
We Are Marshall... to the Tri-State Airport, killing all on board. A movie about the tragedy,, was released in 2006
Noh... ased significantly on ceremony and ritual, with influence from the Japanesetheatre (Stockhausen, Conen, and Hennlich 1989, 282), as well as Judeo-Chr ...
The New York Times... in the Landisville section of Buena and has attracted what was described byas a "steady stream of Catholics" who come to pray at the site
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Ellesmere Canal... s appointment in 1793 to manage the detailed design and construction of the, linking the ironworks and collieries of Wrexham via the north-west Shrop ...
Portrait of Jennie... rable amount of the Selznick theatrical film library, including Rebecca and(but not including Gone with the Wind, which Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer had acqui ...
Sports Nippon... nal headquarters of FujiSankei Business i.;Houchi Shimbunsha; Nikkan Sports;, and offices of Kyodo News Jiji Press; Reuters; Bloomberg L.P.
Never Say Never AgainAfter his experience within 1983 and the following court case, Connery became unhappy with the majo ...
The Daily Tar Heel... s a low campus wall at the edge of campus, christened "Dan Moore's Wall" byfor Governor Dan K. Moore. A group of UNC students, led by Student Body Pr ...
Thunderheart... interpretation. In the early 1990s, Kilmer starred in the mystery thriller, action comedy The Real McCoy and again teamed with Top Gun director Tony ...
Fowler ReportIn December 2000, following the recommendations of the, the UN adopted the landmark General Assembly Resolution A/RES/55/56 supp ...
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... s a hard-nosed Irish-American cop in The Untouchables (1987) earned him the, his sole nomination throughout his career. His subsequent box-office hit ...
Private Benjamin... ence of reality television. Brooks also made a cameo appearance in the film(1980), starring
Rolling Stone... edition was promoted by the give-away of 3,000 free copies in the magazineto build word of mouth. In 2005, Del Rey Books rereleased the Hitchhiker s ...
Silent Movie... ues Tati with his Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot (1953) and Mel Brooks with(1976). Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien's acclaimed drama Three Times ( ...
Natural Born KillersOliver Stone, who had seen her in Nuñez's film, cast Judd in, but her scenes were later cut from the version of the film released thea ...
The HeiressClift's next movie was. He signed on for the movie in order to avoid being typecast. Again unhap ...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... Rebecca and Portrait of Jennie (but not including Gone with the Wind, whichhad acquired outright in the 1940s)
Mixmag... k, Jimmy Page and Jimi Hendrix. In 1997 the electronic dance music magazinedescribed the Workshop as, "the unsung heroes of British electronica.
The Maltese Falcon... 37 feature films he directed, many of which are today considered classics:(1941), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), Key Largo (1948), The Asp ...
Modern Romance... on his standard neurotic and self-obsessed character. These include 1981's, where Brooks played a film editor desperate to win back his ex-girlfrien ...
Kama Sutra... es, according to one's nature or prakrti. These are also spelled out in the(c. 4th century AD) and elsewhere as pums-prakrti (male-nature), stri-prak ...
The Dish... re films, making several popular Australian movies including The Castle and, and hosted The Panel for several years, before moving on to Thank God Yo ...
Tune in Tomorrow... in literature. The novel was adapted in 1990 into a Hollywood feature film,
Nicomachean Ethics... ssity for more than one piece of evidence goes back at least to Aristotle's: "For as one swallow or one day does not make a spring, so one day or a s ...
Eric FlintMannington is the model for the fictional town of Grantville in's best selling hit 1632 series of alternate history novels: 1632, 1633, R ...
The Last Laugh... films. He starred in the 1922 film version of Othello and in F. W. Murnau's(Der Letzte Mann, 1924), as a proud but aged hotel doorman who is demoted ...
The Big LiftClift's next movie was. Although Clift gave another critically acclaimed performance, the movie ...
Best Actress in a Supporting Role... e. Despite having a leading tally, the film ended up with only five Oscars:, Best Art Direction, Best Costume Design, Best Film Editing and Best Cine ...
Rolling Stone... , but eventually grew to like it, thinking it both humble and presumptuous.referred to them as "The band from Big Pink.
Rolling Stone... me in 1994, and entered into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2004,placed the group at number 97 on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists o ...
Catch-22... dship with Orson Welles while interviewing him on the set of Mike Nichols's(1970). Bogdanovich played a major role in elucidating Welles and his care ...
Time BanditsIn 1981, Connery appeared in the filmas Agamemnon. The casting choice derives from a joke Michael Palin include ...
Lost in America... lm was "not Brooks at his best, but still amusing". His best-received film,(1985), featured Brooks and Julie Hagerty as a couple who leave their yupp ...
Ruby in Paradise... haracter in Victor Nuñez's Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize Winning,. On her way to the audition, she was so nervous about getting a role that ...
L'Amour à mortMusic, very differently used, was a major component of(Love unto Death) (1984). For this intense chamber work with four principa ...
MGMLawrence returned to the screen in 1936, whenbegan giving small parts to old stars for seventy-five dollars a week
Heaven Can Wait... e said in an interview that he got the idea for the series from movies like(1978), a remake of the 1941 film Here Comes Mr. Jordan. Bellisario felt t ...
Kindergarten Cop... on the Philip K. Dick short story, "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale".(1990) reunited him with director Ivan Reitman, who directed him in Twins
The Grantville Gazette... ling hit 1632 series of alternate history novels: 1632, 1633, Ring of Fire,, and other book-length and shorter works. The 1632 series has evolved int ...
Billboard... abel RCA Victor. His first number-one pop record, "Heartbreak Hotel" toppeds Top 100 chart, became his first million-seller, and was the best-selling ...
Men in Black(1997), starring Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith as Agent K and Agent J, wa ...
EntrepreneurSubway restaurants have been consistently ranked inmagazine's Top 500 Franchises, and Subway was selected as the No.2 overall ...
True Romance... al McCoy and again teamed with Top Gun director Tony Scott to play Elvis in, which was written by Quentin Tarantino
On Deadly Ground... l conference attracts playwrights and actors from around the United States.(1994) was filmed near Worthington Glacier, Alaska, as well as the Valdez ...
The Colour Out of Space... any of H.P. Lovecraft's short horror and science fiction stories, such as ""
Black Orpheus... io Carlos Jobim (music). The initial releases by Gilberto and the 1959 filmbrought significant popularity in Brazil and elsewhere in Latin America, w ...
Dil Chahta HaiThe success of Lagaan was followed bylater that year, in which Khan co-starred with Akshaye Khanna and Saif Ali ...
The ObserverMore controversy ensued when Barber wrote inabout her troubles as a judge, even asking, "Is it all a fix?", a comment ...
Terminator SalvationThe Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is featured in the 2009 film,, the 1994 film Natural Born Killers, and in Wild Hogs
The Impostors... silent during its middle third, complete with intertitles; Stanley Tucci'shas an opening silent sequence in the style of early silent comedies. Braz ...
Esquire... director himself, he built his reputation as a film writer with articles in. These articles were collected in Pieces of Time (1973). In 1968, followi ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... nces. He worked extensively on his character and was again nominated for an. For his character's scenes in jail, Clift spent a night in a real state ...
Defending Your LifeBrooks's(1991) placed his lead character in the afterlife, put on trial to justify ...
Kuffs... drama Sisters. She made her feature film debut with a small role in 1992's. In 1993 Judd fought for and was cast in her first starring role playing ...
Natural Born Killers... ge Bridge is featured in the 2009 film, Terminator Salvation, the 1994 film, and in Wild Hogs
same name... o Country for Old Men, and the Academy Award winning film adaptation of the
Fantasia... 1 Walt Disney film produced in the wake of the more expensive Pinocchio and. Chris Sanders, a head storyboard artist at Disney Feature Animation, was ...
The New Republic... alist Stephen Glass, who was discovered fabricating stories as a writer for. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone writes "Hayden Christensen is sensational ...
The Comic StripThe track was featured in's movie The Supergrass and on its soundtrack, as well as in the video gam ...
The Time Tunnel... e that other networks considered too risky: The Outer Limits, The Invaders,and Land of the Giants. It also ran the Quinn Martin action and suspense s ...
Wild Hogs... 2009 film, Terminator Salvation, the 1994 film Natural Born Killers, and in
Cold Mountain... arlet Tide" (co-written by Costello and T-Bone Burnett and used in the film) was nominated for a 2004 Academy Award; he performed it at the awards ce ...
A Mathematical Theory of Communication... n 1928. Claude E. Shannon first used the word bit in his seminal 1948 paper. He attributed its origin to John W. Tukey, who had written a Bell Labs m ...
Bloodsport... al arts in western popular culture. These include The Karate Kid (1984) and(1988). This era produced some Hollywood action stars with martial arts ba ...
VarietyOn April 21, 2009,announced that starting May 31, DirecTV will broadcast all 56 episodes in ...
Spider-Man 3In 2007 she again played Mary Jane Watson, in. In contrast to the previous two films' positive reviews, Spider-Man 3 wa ...
The Devil's Dictionary... uman perception and reason. Bierce's most famous work of satire is probably, in which the definitions mock cant, hypocrisy and received wisdom
Christmas in Connecticut... les from the Crypt, entitled "The Switch", and then with the 1992 telemovie. He has not directed since
Carry On films... ny Hancock's co-star in Hancock's Half Hour and also starred in the popular. He was known for his trademark "dirty laugh" and lascivious persona. Bru ...
Three Times... h Silent Movie (1976). Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien's acclaimed drama(2005) is silent during its middle third, complete with intertitles; Stanl ...
Camino de Perfección... d Christian meditation practices as she entails in her other important work(The Way of Perfection)
State Britain... me wandering around an empty museum, but the prize was officially given for, which recreated all the objects in Brian Haw's anti-war display in Parli ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... ) was a Swiss-born German/Austrian actor. He was the first actor to win the, as well as the first person to be presented an Oscar. He later starred i ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... do, was so moved by Clift's performance, that he voted for Clift to win the, and was sure that he would win. That year Clift voted for Brando in A St ...
Rolling Stone... ered fabricating stories as a writer for The New Republic. Peter Travers ofwrites "Hayden Christensen is sensational as Glass, finding the wonder boy ...
Gandhi... tten was portrayed by Peter Harlowe in Sir Richard Attenborough's 1982 epic
Yomiuri Shimbun... the Mainichi Shimbun, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the Sankei Shimbun and the, have their regional headquarters in Osaka and issue their regional editi ...
Dragonheart... rapment (1999). In 1996, he voiced the role of Draco the dragon in the film. Both Last Crusade and The Rock alluded to his James Bond days. Steven Sp ...
American Journal of Education... ons of the school and classroom setting. Their conclusion, published in the, was that
Easy Rider... I Shall Be Released") as well as "The Weight", the use of which in the filmwould make it probably their best known song. While a continuity certainly ...
Harper's Weekly... the party is the elephant. A political cartoon by Thomas Nast, published inon November 7, 1874, is considered the first important use of the symbol. ...
The Utterly Utterly Merry Comic Relief Christmas BookA short story by Adams, "Young Zaphod Plays it Safe", first appeared in, a special large-print compilation of different stories and pictures that ...
The Paradine CaseAfter completing his final film for Selznick,(a courtroom drama that critics found lost momentum because it apparently ...
A Low Down Dirty Shame... she released "The Thing I Like" as part of the soundtrack to the 1994 film
film... Arthur David Beaty, a former BOAC captain. Cone of Silence was made into ain 1960, and Beaty also recounted the story of the Comet's takeoff acciden ...
Last Action Hero... the Decade." His next film project, the 1993 self-aware action comedy spoofwas released opposite Jurassic Park, and did not do well at the box office ...
Financial TimesOn 12 April 2007 thereported that the British Virgin Islands was the second largest source of ...
Best Actor in a Leading Role... major categories, including a fifth Best Director nomination for Scorsese,(Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Cate Blanchett), a ...
On connaît la chanson... and filmmakers, juxtaposed with commissioned paintings by Guy Peellaert. In(Same Old Song) (1997), his tribute to television works of Dennis Potter, ...
The New York Times... titled Out Of Sync, was published on October 23, 2007. It was co-written bybest-selling biographer Marc Eliot, who also wrote the book's introduction ...
From Here to EternityArguably Clift's peak came with the 1953 classic. Clift worked exceptionally hard on the character of Robert E. Lee Prewit ...
Best Actress in a Supporting Role... nomination for Scorsese, Best Actor in a Leading Role (Leonardo DiCaprio),(Cate Blanchett), and Alan Alda for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Despi ...
Pinocchio... cally-made 1941 Walt Disney film produced in the wake of the more expensiveand Fantasia. Chris Sanders, a head storyboard artist at Disney Feature An ...
Slant Magazine... itically acclaimed for her innovative mixture of various genres and sounds.called the album "a delightful and refreshing antidote to the army of 'pop ...
ThunderballThe fourth James Bond filmwas partly filmed in 1965 in Nassau
Bolt... s from critics and audiences alike, and along with The Emperors New Groove,, The Princess and the Frog and Tangled was one of only five Walt Disney F ...
Taare Zameen ParHis 2007 film,was also produced by him and marked his directorial debut. The film, which ...
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette===Claims of inaccuracy===In March 2002, Philip Jenkins complained in thethat "'Pedophilia' is a psychiatric term meaning sexual interest in childr ...
Deutsches Wörterbuch... status of a remnant of pagan antiquity, scoffed at by Grimm's entry in his. A particularly fanciful etymology, suggested by James Skene in 1824, der ...
45 Minutes From Hollywood... ns had separately signed for the Hal Roach film studio and next appeared in(1926)
Dracula's Daughter... xemplified, notably by such characters as Countess Zaleska in the 1936 film, Barnabas Collins in the TV soap opera Dark Shadows, Mick St.John in the ...
Lunar Park... n later years, Ellis' novels have become increasingly metafictional. 2005's, a pseudo-memoir and ghost story, received positive reviews, and 2010's I ...
adventureHugo is a 3Ddrama film based on Brian Selznick's novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret. T ...
Inglourious BasterdsIn the Quentin Tarantino film, the Nazi-Propaganda film Nation's Pride is directed by Eli Roth
Gregory's Girl... ngelo Antonioni's Blowup, and has appeared to comic effect in films such asand American Pie. The 2002 television movie is based on a true story about ...
True Romance... , the script was sold to French producer Samuel Hadida and became the movie. Since Tarantino was busy prepping Reservoir Dogs, Avary was hired with T ...
Papyrus Anastasi IThe(late 2nd millennium BC) contains a satirical letter which first praises t ...
London to Holyhead road... ing his later years, Telford was responsible for rebuilding sections of the, a task completed by his assistant of ten years, John MacNeill; today, mu ...
Risky Business... n actress. Her breakthrough film role came in 1983, when she played Lana inopposite Tom Cruise. Her other notable film roles include Sara in Runaway ...
Alexander Pope... ewbolt – Alfred Noyes – Wilfred Owen – Thomas Love Peacock – George Peele –– Frederic Prokosch – Walter Ralegh – John Crowe Ransom – Christina Rosset ...
Mon oncle d'Amérique... described it as "a macabre divertissement". Formal innovation characterised(My American Uncle) (1980) in which the theories of the neurobiologist Hen ...
Time... uld be hard to top for pure, nutty fun". Richard Corliss, in his review for, wrote, "its creators, Earl Mac Rauch and W.D. Richter, propel their film ...
The Age of InnocenceEdith Wharton's novel(1920) opens with a description of a performance of Gounod's Faust at the ...
The Economist... wn purposes. John Jennings, a journalist from the Associated Press (AP) and, who was on the ground in Kabul from 1992 to 1994 and was considered as a ...
Spy of Napoleon... gan to make more expensive films such as Seymour Hicks's Scrooge (1935) andwhich he hoped to gain both a national and international market for. Hagen ...
Minority Report... 2 with $35,260,212 in its first weekend, less than $500,000 behind the film. In its second week, fell to #3, again behind the Spielberg film at #2. T ...
The Lucky Dog... airing of the two comedians, although as separate performers, took place in(1921). The exact date the film was produced isn't recorded, but film hist ...
Tremors... o devolve into riffs on major genre feature films (including Jurassic Park,, Species, Anaconda, Twister, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and Buffy the Vamp ...
Ferris Bueller's Day OffThe 1986 comedy filmincludes a scene where former Richard Nixon speech writer Ben Stein, in th ...
The Driller Killer... ly 1982, when Vipco (Video Instant Picture Company), the UK distributors of, a 1979 slasher film, took out full-page advertisements in a number of sp ...
Despicable Me... Meledandri Executive Producer of Ice Age, Horton Hears a Who! (film), and "", and the titular character of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Fred Rogers. ...
Mein KampfHitler wrote inthat it was created as a universal language to unite the Jewish diaspora
Der Judenstaat... igned to report on the trial and its aftermath. Soon afterward, Herzl wrote(The Jewish State, 1896) and founded the World Zionist Organization, which ...
Hold Back the Dawn... her role in Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion over de Havilland's performance in. Charles Higham states that Fontaine "felt guilty about winning given her ...
Jurassic Park... ing so far as to devolve into riffs on major genre feature films (including, Tremors, Species, Anaconda, Twister, The Island of Dr. Moreau, and Buffy ...
General Economic History... His lectures from that period were collected into major works, such as the, Science as a Vocation and Politics as a Vocation. In Munich, he headed t ...
Redhead... d best leading actress for Damn Yankees (1955), New Girl in Town (1957) and(1959), a murder-mystery musical. She also won a Grammy Award for the cast ...
De humani corporis fabrica... that year Vesalius asked Johannes Oporinus to help publish the seven-volume(On the fabric of the human body), a groundbreaking work of human anatomy ...
Shutter Island... ted that Scorsese would reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio on a fourth picture,. Principal photography on the Laeta Kalogridis screenplay, based on the n ...
Semi-Pro... ently Disturbia) and humorous (e.g. Porky's, Animal House and more recently, American Pie) films. Voyeuristic photography has also been centrally exp ...
The AdvocateIn December 2005, Aaron Gillego, a columnist for, criticized the series for having never cast an Asian male in the then-13 ...
West Point of the Air... was first acclaimed when she co-starred with Robert Young in the MGM drama(1935). One critic wrote: "Rosalind Russell as the 'other woman' in the st ...
DraculaVarney was a major influence on later vampire fiction, particularly(1897) by Bram Stoker. Many of today's standard vampire tropes originated ...
East/West... ikovsky's movie The Stringer. The second role was in Régis Wargnier's movie. Sergey played Sasha, the neighbour of an unlucky couple, Dr. Golovin and ...
Daily VarietyOn October 22, 2007,reported that Scorsese would reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio on a fourth pi ...
The Blue Mansion#(Singapore, 2010) featuring Patrick Teo
Daft Punk's Electroma... tion for a brief scene of Gone in 60 Seconds. Independence also appeared in
The Passion of the ChristMel Gibson's film(2004) included an episode of Veronica wiping Jesus' face, although she is ...
The Peoples of Middle-earthIn, Christopher Tolkien gives the translation: "Uglúk to the cesspool, sha! ...
Alice in Wonderland... 2003, a 2-disc DVD version was announced alongside special edition DVDs ofand Pocahontas, which were released in 2004 and 2005 respectively. A 2-dis ...
suspension bridge... North Wales coast road between Chester and Bangor, including another majorat Conwy, opened later the same year as its Menai counterpart
My Best Friend's Birthday... ovies. He worked as a cinematographer on Tarantino's unfinished first film,. He had at one point written a script called "The Open Road" which Tarant ...
Nekromantik 2... f the fictional nazi exploitation film Vera - Todesengel der Gestapo and in, the characters go to see a movie called Mon dejeuner avec Vera which is ...
Blackboard JungleIn, a 1955 film starring Glenn Ford and Sidney Poitier, Beiderbecke's music ...
Monsters, Inc.... 2002 ceremonies, but it lost to Randy Newman's "If I Didn't Have You" from
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... ficial Thunderball remake, Never Say Never Again). In 1988, Connery won thefor his role in The Untouchables. His film career also includes such films ...
Porky's... us (e.g. Rear Window, Klute and more recently Disturbia) and humorous (e.g., Animal House and more recently Semi-Pro, American Pie) films. Voyeuristi ...
Bruno... yed Alora in the movie Walking Across Egypt (1999) and appeared in the film, released in 2000
Superfantagenio#(1986
The Valachi Papers... st major Mafia informer in the United States. Valachi mentions, in the book, written by Peter Maas, a certain "Sandino," as the Family counselor. The ...
The Terminator... revealed that he was being courted for several films, including sequels toand remakes of Predator and The Running Man, and that he was "packaging" a ...
The Italian Job... n in 1939, In the 1960s classic films such as Alfie starring Michael Caine,in 1969 with Noël Coward, Roman Polanski's first English language film in ...
3 IdiotsIn 2009, Khan appeared in the commercially and critically acclaimed filmas Ranchodas Chanchad which became Bollywood's highest grossing film and w ...
Reds... ter Louise Bryant. O'Neill was portrayed by Jack Nicholson in the 1981 filmabout the life of John Reed
The Matrix Reloaded... half of the tower was lit green to correspond with the Japanese premiere ofand different sections of the tower were lit red, white and black to comme ...
Batmania... The Green Hornet had recently flopped. To the networks, the "Hero Camp" orcraze was dying, and they chose not to take a risk on another series
Cannibal Holocaust... r Go Video, the distributors of the already-controversial 1980 Italian film, in an effort to boost publicity and generate sales that ultimately backf ...
Der Todesking... e protagonist goes to the cinema to see the fictional slasher film Vera. Inone of the character watches a video of the fictional nazi exploitation fi ...
Never Say Never Again... x "official" Eon productions films and the non-official Thunderball remake,). In 1988, Connery won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for hi ...
The Handmaid's TaleThe 1990 filmwas based on a screenplay by Harold Pinter and directed by Volker Schlöndo ...
It Can Be Done Amigo#(1972
The KissAyres played opposite Greta Garbo in 1929's, but it was his leading role in 1930's All Quiet on the Western Front whi ...
Matthew... s alluded to, though not directly quoted, in the New Testament (Hebrews 5:4;12:42; 23:35; Luke 1:5; 11:31, 51)
Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia... he options in the Grolier Online reference service, which also includes the, intended for middle and high school students, and The New Book of Knowle ...
Jurassic Park... d previously been featured in such films as Raiders of the Lost Ark and thetrilogy. The Disney animators faced the daunting task of meshing the film' ...
ColorfulThe animeis devoted almost entirely to voyeurism. Also, in the anime Baka to Test t ...
Newsweek... alignment. It attracted the media's attention and led to articles in Time,, and many newspapers and TV programs, and led to considerable controversy ...
High Crimes... Ruby in Paradise, Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy, Where the Heart Is, and
Marvin's Room... ared as Alice's mother in the Woody Allen movie Alice (1990) and as Ruth in(1996), co-starring Meryl Streep, Diane Keaton, and Hume Cronyn. In 1999, ...
I Remember Better When I PaintDe Havilland narrated the 2009 documentary,. The film is about the importance of art in the treatment of Alzheimer’s. ...
Four's a Crowd... ed." She starred in many comedies, such as Forsaking All Others (1934), and(1938), as well as dramas, including Craig's Wife (1936) (which would be t ...
Nuts in May... re common law husband and wife. Laurel made his film debut with Dahlberg in(1917). It was while working with her that he started using the stage name ...
Ruby in Paradise... forts and political activism. Judd has played lead roles in films including, Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy, Where the Heart Is, and High Crimes
All Quiet on the Western Front... ecember 30, 1996) was an American actor, best known for starring as Paul inand for playing Dr. Kildare in several movies, which was apt since origina ...
Braveheart... was nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture, but lost to. The success of the film launched a sequel, , which was released in 1998
Forbes... han what the team was actually worth at the time of sale. Estimates made byplaced the value of the Dodgers at approximately $1.4 billion, and the win ...
Kojiki... ns of the Yamato dynasty were compiled as the chronicles known today as the
Best Actor in a Leading Role... e pulp novels by Herman C. McNeile. It was nominated for Academy Awards for(Ronald Colman) and Best Art Direction
The Canon of Medicine... orical novel The Walking Drum, Kerbouchard studies and discusses Avicenna's
Killing Zoe... Original Screenplay at the 67th Academy Awards. He also directed the filmsand The Rules of Attraction among other film and television projects
Nihon Shoki... d study. Significant differences exist in the records of the Kojiki and the
MulanDean DeBlois, who had co-written(1998) with Sanders, was brought on to co-write and co-direct Lilo & Stitc ...
Kojiki... verification and study. Significant differences exist in the records of theand the Nihon Shoki
Ramparts... he wrote a number of philosophical and political essays, first published inmagazine and then in book form as Soul on Ice. In the essays, Cleaver trac ...
Dragonheart... rusade, The Hunt for Red October, Highlander, Murder on the Orient Express,, and The Rock
Men in Black... film franchise. Will Smith made a song called "Men in Black" for the moviein 1997, and "Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)" for its sequel in 2002
Alice... 993) and (1993). Verdon appeared as Alice's mother in the Woody Allen movie(1990) and as Ruth in Marvin's Room (1996), co-starring Meryl Streep, Dian ...
Anna KareninaNilsson is mentioned briefly in Leo Tolstoy's novel
The Shining... radle and as Wendy Torrance in Stephen King's 1997 television adaptation of
A5 road... over. Its route is now covered by the A2 road from Dover to London, and thefrom London to Wroxeter
Non ci resta che piangereTroisi starred opposite Roberto Benigni in(1985), in which they play two friends who are accidentally transported ba ...
Titan Books... ows. The Macnee novels, deadline and dead duck, were reprinted in the UK byin standard paperback in 1994 and in France by Huitieme Art (1995 & 1996). ...
And God Created Woman... the Cradle. She also appeared in a 1988 remake of Roger Vadim's provocative, Ron Howard's Backdraft (1991) and in 1993, starred as a defense lawyer i ...
Academy Award for Best ActorIt was nominated for the(Richard Barthelmess)
Forsaking All Others... as "convincing as the woman scorned." She starred in many comedies, such as(1934), and Four's a Crowd (1938), as well as dramas, including Craig's Wi ...
Backdraft... 988 remake of Roger Vadim's provocative And God Created Woman, Ron Howard's(1991) and in 1993, starred as a defense lawyer in Sidney Lumet's murder d ...
Big BusinessA common comedy routine was a tit-for-tat fight. Their silent film(1929), which includes one of these routines, was added to the Library of ...
Sunday Times Rich List... of €109 million (i.e., £75 million or US$165 million), and number 95 in the2006 of the 250 Wealthiest Irish People
The Land of Little RainThe home of author Mary Austin, the author of "", is preserved as a museum located at 235 Market Street in Independence
Jungle Fever... eer in supporting roles in the 1991 and 1992 films House Party 2, Juice and. She had her own talk show, The Queen Latifah Show, from 1999 to 2001. Sh ...
Rang De BasantiRakeysh Omprakash Mehra's award-winningwas Khan's first release in 2006. His role was critically acclaimed, earni ...
Marked WomanDavis began work on(1937), as a prostitute in a contemporary gangster drama inspired by the c ...
Horton Hears a Who! (film)... earchlight, Zola Mashariki, Chris Meledandri Executive Producer of Ice Age,, and "Despicable Me", and the titular character of Mister Rogers' Neighbo ...
Rear WindowHitchcock then moved to Paramount Pictures and filmed(1954), starring James Stewart and Kelly again, as well as Thelma Ritter a ...
westernThe 2008 South KoreanThe Good, the Bad, the Weird is set in the desert wilderness of 1930s Manc ...
Please Save My Earth... way for Tokyo. It is used in anime and manga such as Magic Knight Rayearth,, Cardcaptor Sakura, Digimon and Sailor Moon. The tower is also frequently ...
Evelyn PrenticePicked up by MGM, Russell debuted in(1934); and, although the role was small, she was noticed, with one critic ...
Forbes... the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, a regional commercial and private airport.magazine named Kennewick the #2 area in the United States for job growth, ...
Newsweek... , founded in 1973 and ranked 250th best high school in the United States by
House Party 2... n. She began her film career in supporting roles in the 1991 and 1992 films, Juice and Jungle Fever. She had her own talk show, The Queen Latifah Sho ...
Empire... ools and Horses. It was also ranked as the 20th-best TV show of all time bymagazine
The Hand That Rocks the CradleOne of De Mornay's most commercially successful films came in the thriller. She also appeared in a 1988 remake of Roger Vadim's provocative And God ...
First Epistle to the CorinthiansIn his(c 54-55), Paul the Apostle gives the earliest recorded description of Jes ...
The Hollywood Reporter... k about it many times. The possibility is there, because I feel it inside."claimed shortly after that Schwarzenegger sought to end speculation that h ...
Cook's Illustrated... ethyl vanillin. Ethyl vanillin is more expensive, but has a stronger note.ran several taste tests pitting vanilla against vanillin in baked goods an ...
Heima... unity coffee shops, all of which were included in the 2007 documentary film. They also performed twice in the United States in February
Reservoir Dogs... eenplays of the films Silent Hill and Beowulf. Before that he had worked onand Pulp Fiction, the latter of which earned both him and Quentin Tarantin ...
First Epistle to the Corinthians... appears in all three Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark, and Luke; and in the, while the last-named of these also indicates something of how early Chri ...
Paramount PicturesHitchcock then moved toand filmed Rear Window (1954), starring James Stewart and Kelly again, as ...
Historia Regum Britanniae... ester. Geoffrey of Monmouth expanded this story in his highly fictionalized, and account of the supposed Kings of Britain from their Trojan origins t ...
Roundhay Garden Scene... was a two-second film of people walking in Oakwood streets garden, entitled. The art of motion pictures grew into full maturity in the "silent era"(1 ...
A System of Logic... eloped and promoted by English philosopher John Stuart Mill. His 1843 book,, was an effort to shed further light on issues of causation. In this work ...
The Misfits... luding "the reckless, alcoholic, mother-fixated rodeo performer in Huston's, the title role in Huston's , and the concentration camp victim in Stanle ...
Arthashastra... 350–283 BC) wrote about assassinations in detail in his political treatise. His student Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of the Maurya Empire, later ...
The Brothers Karamazov... s book on existentialism Existentialism is a Humanism, quoted Dostoyevsky'sas an example of existential crisis. Sartre attributes Ivan Karamazov's cl ...
Cocoon... m acting, playing character roles in movies such as The Cotton Club (1984),(1985) and (1988). She continued to teach dance and musical theater and to ...
Ad Beatissimi Apostolorumis an encyclical of Benedict XV given at St. Peter's, Rome, on the Feast o ...
Je t'aime, je t'aime... s ones had done, and his next project seemed to mark a change of direction.(1968) drew upon the traditions of science-fiction for a story of a man se ...
made-for-TV movie... p would introduce an Exorcist-inspired storyline. In 1986, Dark Mansions, aintended to be a pilot for a weekly supernatural serial, was produced by A ...
Risky Business... role as a hooker who seduces a high school student played by Tom Cruise in. In 1986, she appeared with Starship's Mickey Thomas in the music video f ...
Unua Libro... enforced delay led to continued improvement. In July 1887 he published his(First Book), a basic introduction to the language. This was essentially t ...
The Lord of the Rings film trilogy... ive Plan9 among them. The latter provided much of the ambient music used in
Way Out West... Award winning short film The Music Box (1932), Babes in Toyland (1934), and(1937). Hardy's "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!" is ...
Rip It Up... Records is an independent New Zealand record label, owned and run by formermagazine editor, Murray Cammick
Black SheepPart of the 1996 filmtakes place (but not filmed) in Garfield County
King Kong Escapes... location of the climactic battles between Godzilla, Mothra and King Kong () wherein it is frequently destroyed and rebuilt. Based on the popular man ...
Best ActorClift received four Academy Award nominations during his career, three forand one fo
Hush… Hush, Sweet CharlotteDe Havilland was good friends with Bette Davis with whom she starred in(1964), The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), It's Love I'm Aft ...
Il PostinoTroisi came to international fame through the success of, directed by Michael Radford. Troisi died in 1994 of a heart attack in hi ...
Gone in 60 Seconds... ds and Jeff Daniels. It was also the shooting location for a brief scene of. Independence also appeared in Daft Punk's Electroma
New York, New York... axi Driver, this time holding the lead role. De Niro re-joined Scorsese forin 1977, but the film was unsuccessful. Nevertheless, their partnership co ...
Taare Zameen ParIn 2007 he produced the dramawhich marked his directorial debut. Khan also played a supporting role in ...
Dobson's Encyclopædia... rman Conversations-Lexicon was founded by German-born Francis Lieber. After(1789–1798), it was the first significant American encyclopedia
The Matrix... h at the time of her death and had plans to marry him after the premiere of
Pilgrim Fathers Memorial... the ground floor. In 2005 it is closed for repair and refurbishment. – Theis located on the north bank of The Haven a few miles outside the town. It ...
Living Out Loud... Set It Off and subsequently had a supporting role in the Holly Hunter film(1998). She played the role of Thelma in the 1999 movie The Bone Collector ...
Silent HillIn 2006, Avary wrote a screenplay adaptation to the hit Konami videogame,(2006), with French director and friend, Christophe Gans, and Killing Zoe ...
The Simpsons Movie... ration with The Simpsons by voicing Russ Cargill, the central antagonist of
Duck AmuckChuck Jones's 1953 cartoonshows Daffy Duck trapped in a cartoon that an unseen animator repeatedly m ...
Münchener Post... "final solution" had been used much earlier. An investigative report by the, a socialist newspaper that was an early opponent of Hitler, found as ear ...
Exorcist... ere produced.) In later years the prime-time satire Soap would introduce an-inspired storyline. In 1986, Dark Mansions, a made-for-TV movie intended ...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... ership, and second-class film status at the time, Russell set her sights on(MGM) and was able to get out of her Universal contract on her own terms. ...
One from the HeartHer film debut was a small part in Francis Ford Coppola's 1982 film. Soon thereafter came her star-making role as a hooker who seduces a high ...
Babes in Toyland... e Desert (1933), the Academy Award winning short film The Music Box (1932),(1934), and Way Out West (1937). Hardy's "Well, here's another nice mess y ...
The Kid & I... Jackie Chan for the first time. In 2005 he appeared as himself in the film. Schwarzenegger voiced Baron von Steuben in Episode 24 ("Valley Forge") o ...
The Bone Collector... ilm Living Out Loud (1998). She played the role of Thelma in the 1999 movie, alongside Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie
Mindhunters... le in the drama, Stateside, and starred (again with Slater) in the thriller, which was filmed in 2003 but not released until 2005. Kilmer next appear ...
Paris Match... ng battle with Hodgkin's lymphoma. She was married to French journalist andeditor Pierre Galante between 1955 until 1979. Their daughter, Giselle (Gi ...
An American Werewolf in London... ilm for Hey Jude. In the 1980s, the studio was used for The Mirror Crack'd,, A Fish Called Wanda, Blade Runner, and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later f ...
They Died with Their Boots On... The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), Santa Fe Trail (1940) and(1941)
Private Eye... atirist, comedian, writer, broadcaster and editor of the satirical magazine. He has appeared on many radio and television programmes, most notably as ...
Set It OffLatifah appeared in the 1996 box-office hit,and subsequently had a supporting role in the Holly Hunter film Living Out ...
The Wealth of Nations... aking world its ideas were criticized by Adam Smith with the publication ofin 1776 and later David Ricardo with his explanation of comparative advant ...
Ancient Judaism... Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism and continued with the analysis of , and. His work on other religions was interrupted by his sudden death in 1920, ...
Academy Award for Best ActorHe was posthumously nominated for anfor his role, becoming one of only seven actors to be posthumously nominat ...
Science... he results supported the theory. Their conclusion, published in the journal, was that
Chicago Tribune... accomplished sculptor. Max Zorn's grandson Eric Zorn is a columnist for the. Max Zorn's great-grandson, Alex Zorn, excelled in mathematics, was a USA ...
Warner Independent Pictures... World was dropped by Sony Pictures due to their desire to change the title.purchased the film and gave it a limited release in January 2006; the film ...
Evening StandardIn 1992 he began a long association with the, contributing daily television reviews along with other writers, as well ...
The Cotton Club... o, Verdon focused on film acting, playing character roles in movies such as(1984), Cocoon (1985) and (1988). She continued to teach dance and musical ...
Erin BrockovichThe movie(2000), starring Julia Roberts, and various other movies have been filmed ...
Tremors... ha include Iron Man (2008), Panic in Motion (2005), Taxidermist (2008), and(1990)
Glitterati... earing in Apple print and web ads worldwide. His film from within the film,(2004), used elements of Victor's European trip and was shot on digital vi ...
Best Actor... 1948 his role in Johnny Belinda earned him an Academy Award nomination for. Co-star Jane Wyman fell in love with Ayres and left her husband Ronald R ...
KojikiAccording to theAnkan was the elder son of Emperor Keitai, who is considered to have ruled ...
The Rundown... fter becoming Governor of California include a 3-second cameo appearance in(a.k.a., Welcome to the Jungle) with The Rock, and the 2004 remake of Arou ...
Dragon Magazine... rrata and partial revisions were released in the pages of TSR's publicationin issue #122 "The Ultimate Addenda to the Ultimate Powers Book", issue #1 ...
Looking for Comedy in the Muslim WorldIn 2005, his filmwas dropped by Sony Pictures due to their desire to change the title. Warn ...
Best Actor in a Leading RoleA Song to Remember was nominated for(Cornel Wilde), Best Cinematography, Color, Best Film Editing, Best Music, ...
The New York TimesJanet Maslin ofsaid: "Generations is predictably flabby and impenetrable in places, but i ...
Humboldt Times... , Bob Titmus, to cast the prints in plaster. The story was published in thealong with a photo of Crew holding one of the casts. Locals had been calli ...
The Wonderful Ice Cream SuitThe 1998 film, released by Touchstone Pictures, was written by Ray Bradbury. It was bas ...
The Daily Tar Heel... have provided many olympians to United States teams. The student newspaperhas won national awards for collegiate media, while the student radio stat ...
Best Actor in a Leading Role... Paxinou, Leo Genn and Kirk Douglas. It was nominated for Academy Awards for(Michael Redgrave) and Best Actress in a Leading Role (Rosalind Russell). ...
CrankBennington also made a cameo in the 2006 filmas a customer in a pharmacy. He later appeared as a horse-track spectator ...
The New Book of Knowledge... Multimedia Encyclopedia, intended for middle and high school students, and, an encyclopedia for elementary and middle school students. Grolier Onlin ...
All Quiet on the Western Front... osite Greta Garbo in 1929's The Kiss, but it was his leading role in 1930'swhich made him a star. Ayres was Janet Gaynor's leading man in Servants' E ...
The Guardian... rpers & Queen magazine from 1995 to 1998. He was also Restaurant Critic forbetween 2004 and 2005
Macquarie DictionaryMacquarie University's linguistics department developed the, the copyright on which it still owns
The Mirror Crack'd... their promotional film for Hey Jude. In the 1980s, the studio was used for, An American Werewolf in London, A Fish Called Wanda, Blade Runner, and B ...
Interview with the Vampire... ick St.John in the TV show Moonlight, Louis de Pointe du Lac in Anne Rice's, Kain in the Legacy Of Kain video games, Marvel Comics character Morbius, ...
Best Actress in a Leading Role... for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Michael Redgrave) and(Rosalind Russell). There was also a 1978 television miniseries production ...
Iron ManOther films filmed in or near Olancha include(2008), Panic in Motion (2005), Taxidermist (2008), and Tremors (1990)
I Confess... Stevens's A Place in the Sun, the anguished Catholic priest in Hitchcock's, the doomed regular soldier Robert E. Lee Prewitt in Fred Zinnemann's Fro ...
The Five Man Army#(1969
The Pursuit of Happyness... o, 2002). The others are Will Smith (Best Actor, Ali, 2001, and Best Actor,, 2006), and Jamie Foxx, (Best Actor, Ray, 2004)
Kill Your Boyfriend... ionysus provides the inspiration for his violent and explicit graphic novel, whilst Campbell used the character in his Deadface series to explore bot ...
The Sunday Times... ublic campaign and coined the term 'video nasty'. Amid the growing concern,brought the issue to a wider audience in May 1982 with an article entitled ...
The Birth of a Nation... core composed by Joseph Carl Breil for D. W. Griffith's groundbreaking epic(USA, 1915) it became relatively common for the biggest-budgeted films to ...
The Island of Dr. Moreau... eature films (including Jurassic Park, Tremors, Species, Anaconda, Twister,, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer). Another noticeable change was that the em ...
Blade Runner... or The Mirror Crack'd, An American Werewolf in London, A Fish Called Wanda,, and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include The Others, Layer Cake ...
First Epistle to the Corinthians... is the name used in the early 50s of the first century as witnessed by the: When you come together, it is not the Lord's Supper you eat, for as you ...
Bild am Sonntag... poll and one involving current drivers as published by the German newspaperin July 2010. In 2009, a poll of 217 current and former Formula One driver ...
Aeneid... ples, whom Virgil's Aeneas consults before his descent to the lower world (book VI: 10). Burkert notes (1985, p 117) that the conquest of Cumae by th ...
The New York Times... ous feeling of being charged with power which can find no ordinary outlet."hailed her as "becoming one of the most interesting of our screen actresse ...
The Fifth Day of Peace#(1969
Maximum Illudis an apostolic letter of Benedict XV issued on 30 November 1919 in the si ...
The Rules of Attraction... elling through Europe (which he also refers to in Victor's European trip in). Avary had initially intended to write a screenplay completely devoted t ...
Lagaan... up a production company known as Aamir Khan Productions. Its first film was. The movie was released in 2001, starring Khan as the lead actor. The fil ...
The Independent... stituted for Burchill) as well as Esquire magazine. He has also written for, and was Restaurant Critic for Harpers & Queen magazine from 1995 to 1998 ...
Academy Award for Best ActressBoth de Havilland and Fontaine were nominated for anin 1942. Fontaine won that year for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's Suspici ...
MGMreleased a feature film titled House of Dark Shadows in 1970. Dan Curtis d ...
All the Way, Boys#(1972
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions... ilosophy and history at Harvard University at around the time Thomas Kuhn's(1962) was published, which he writes informed his view on the extent to w ...
The Saturday Evening Post... y. It was based on his story "The Magic White Suit" originally published inin 1957. The story had also previously been adapted as a play, a musical, ...
Daredevil... ers assume the roles of superheroes from Marvel Comics, such as Spider-Man,, Hulk, Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and others. The si ...
Stavisky... Jacques Doillon, Resnais made a second collaboration with Jorge Semprun for(1974), based on the life of the notorious financier and embezzler whose d ...
Chicago... as a couple, Verdon and Fosse continued to collaborate on projects such as(1975) (in which she originated the role of murderess Roxie Hart) and the ...
Nekromantik... films by Jörg Buttgereit except Schramm feature a film within the film. In, the protagonist goes to the cinema to see the fictional slasher film Ver ...
statue of President McKinley... The Plaza has a green lawn, extensive flower plantings, and at its center a. The Plaza is surrounded by stores, bars, coffee shops, restaurants, and ...
A Fish Called Wanda... the studio was used for The Mirror Crack'd, An American Werewolf in London,, Blade Runner, and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include The Othe ...
U.S. News & World Report... nmental law in the context of real world disputes involving actual clients.has consistently ranked Vermont Law School, Lewis & Clark Law School, and ...
The Mail on Sunday... he took over from Julie Burchill, the short-lived Sunday Correspondent, and(where he often substituted for Burchill) as well as Esquire magazine. He ...
Advise & ConsentAyres played a Vice President of the United States twice, inand The Man, as well as the President of the United States in the made-for ...
The Matrix series... re American film directors, writers and producers, most famous for creating. They are currently co-directing Cloud Atlas, based on the book by David ...
The Missing... ide Kate Bosworth in the drama/thriller Wonderland, as well as appearing in, where he again worked with Willow director Ron Howard. The next year, he ...
Dial M for Murder... ) with Montgomery Clift, three popular films starring Grace Kelly followed.(1954) was adapted from the stage play by Frederick Knott. Ray Milland pla ...
Miami Supercops#(1985
On the Waterfront... uth is represented by Budd Schulberg, Academy Award winning screenwriter of, Michael Phillips, who won the Academy Award for best picture as co-produ ...
National Film Registry... The Battle of San Pietro was selected for preservation in the United Statesby the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aestheti ...
De humani corporis fabricaIn 1543, Vesalius asked Johannes Oporinus to help publish the seven-volume(On the fabric of the human body), a groundbreaking work of human anatomy ...
In This Our Life... rivate Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), It's Love I'm After (1937), and(1942). She remained a close friend of actress Gloria Stuart until Stuart' ...
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible... eople in Egypt serving them for meat, drink and physic.” George E. Post, in, states, “It is longer and more slender than the common cucumber, being o ...
The Story of Adele H.... sylum, and the death of his two sons. (Adèle's biography inspired the movie) His wife Adèle had died in 1868
Beyond Rangoon#(USA/UK, 1995)
Great Falls Tribune... espectively) team, and Malmstrom Air Force Base. The local newspaper is the. Great Falls is known as the "Electric City" due to the five hydroelectri ...
Help!During the shooting of, a piano was placed on one of the stages where filming was being conducte ...
God Forgives... I Don't!#(1967), first time as Bud Spencer together with Terence Hil
The Assassination of the Duke of Guise... ll blown scores were composed earlier, in 1908, by Camille Saint-Saëns, for, and by Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov, for Stenka Razin
The Petrified ForestIn her next film,(1936), Davis co-starred with Leslie Howard and Humphrey Bogart, but Bogar ...
Des Knaben Wunderhorn... tano and von Arnim were significant literary figures who together published("The Boy's Magic Horn" or cornucopia), a collection of versified folk tal ...
Sunday Correspondent... n Time Out magazine where he took over from Julie Burchill, the short-lived, and The Mail on Sunday (where he often substituted for Burchill) as well ...
They Call Me Trinity#(1970
City of Angels... equel, Faraway, So Close!, in 1993. In 1998, an United States remake calledwas released
The Music Man... through their mention in the song "Seventy-Six Trombones" from the musicalby Meredith Willson
The EconomistThe magazinewas initiated during September 1843 by politician James Wilson with help f ...
Interview with the Vampire... Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include The Others, Layer Cake, The Crucible,, and Sweet Revenge
Blackie the Pirate#(1971
Pulp Fiction... contributed material which, combined with Tarantino's, formed the basis of(1994) for which he and Tarantino won the Academy Award for Best Original ...
Bulldog Drummond's Third Round... vious Bulldog Drummond films had been produced: Bulldog Drummond (1923) and(1925). The 1929 film was the first Bulldog Drummond movie with sound, and ...
The Butterfly Effect... was released, loosely based upon the short story of the same name. The filmrevolves around the same theory as A Sound of Thunder and contains many re ...
The Beatles Anthology... ld agree to change the credit on the song to read "McCartney–Lennon" in thebut she refused
Brother Sun, Sister Moon... k'd, An American Werewolf in London, A Fish Called Wanda, Blade Runner, and. Later films include The Others, Layer Cake, The Crucible, Interview with ...
The Sting... hael Phillips, who won the Academy Award for best picture as co-producer of, Rachel Dratch, a cast member of Saturday Night Live, creator of Grey's A ...
Hard Cash... ance co-star, Christian Slater, and the two starred in the low budget film,, also known as Run for the Money
Always Sanchōme no Yūhi... rebuilt. Based on the popular manga series by Ryōhei Saigan, the 2005 filmwas a nostalgic view of life in the neighbourhoods under the construction ...
The Music Man... niums and big bassoons" in "Seventy-six Trombones", the signature song from(1957), many non-musician members of the general public in the United Stat ...
Airplane!The 1980 filmcontained a parody scene, with Robert Hays mocking the famous pose and the ...
romantic... erlin, translated literally as The Sky Over Berlin) is a 1987 Franco-Germanfantasy film directed by Wim Wenders. The film is about invisible, immorta ...
Stammheim... Lampe). Five years later, Sabine Wegner played Ensslin in Reinhard Hauff's, a detailed account of the terror trial against Ensslin, Baader, Meinhof ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... "becoming one of the most interesting of our screen actresses". She won thefor the role, but commented it was belated recognition for Of Human Bondag ...
It's Love I'm After... h, Sweet Charlotte (1964), The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939),(1937), and In This Our Life (1942). She remained a close friend of actres ...
Daily Mail... an article entitled "How high street horror is invading the home". Soon thebegan their own campaign against the distribution of these films. The expo ...
Terminator SalvationSchwarzenegger had been rumored to be appearing inas the original T-800 model, alongside Roland Kickinger. Schwarzenegger de ...
North American Review... ticles would receive one dollar per page. The later was the rate set by the. Notable contributors to this edition include: Supreme Court Justice Jose ...
The God Delusion... particular the development of theory of mind abilities. Richard Dawkins insuggested that our morality is a result of our biological evolutionary his ...
Best Supporting Actor... ademy Award nominations during his career, three for Best Actor and one for
Romeo Must Die... on for the album started in 1998 but, with the filming of martial arts film(2000), Aaliyah postponed the recording of the album. Artists Timbaland an ...
Oxford English Dictionary... English language used in the United Kingdom from forms used elsewhere. Theapplies the term to English "as spoken or written in the British Isles; es ...
L'Aurore... fluential writer Émile Zola wrote an open letter published in the newspaperon 13 January 1898. The letter was addressed to President of France Félix ...
Ketuvim... oretic text, Chronicles is part of the third part of the Tanakh, namely the("Writings"). In most printed versions it is the last book in Ketuvim (fol ...
The Simpsons Movie... for president as he is not a natural born citizen of the United States. In(2007), he is portrayed as the President, and in the Sylvester Stallone mo ...
Newsweek... ted the movie as being 59% fresh along with 80% approval from the audience.revealed in June 2001 that print ads for at least four movies released by ...
Be My Guest... Noël Coward, Roman Polanski's first English language film in 1965 Repulsion;in 1965, featured Jerry Lee Lewis an early appearance by the young actor ...
Private Eye... 1993, he has edited the "Funny Old World" column of bizarre news stories in, and he wrote a weekly page for the Daily Mirror for some years until 200 ...
No Road Back... ayed Spike, a minor gangster with a speech impediment in Montgomery Tully'salongside Skip Homeier, Paul Carpenter, Patricia Dainton and Norman Woolan ...
Murder, She Wrote... e 1990s, Dolenz continued to appear in films and television, including; , ,, Wake, Rattle and Roll, , Demolition University, Pacific Blue, and Teen A ...
On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer SequencesIn the, have the keyword "mult"
Peeping Tom... ography has also been centrally explored in movies such as Michael Powell's, and Michelangelo Antonioni's Blowup, and has appeared to comic effect in ...
Alfie... arol Reed's The Stars Look Down in 1939, In the 1960s classic films such asstarring Michael Caine, The Italian Job in 1969 with Noël Coward, Roman Po ...
Auntie Mame... t memorable performance was in the title role of the long-running stage hitand the subsequent 1958 movie version, in which she played an eccentric au ...
Men in Black II... n in Black from Aircel Comics. The film was followed by and its 2002 sequel. Men in Black 3 is scheduled to be released in 2012. Scott Mitchell Rosen ...
Brother 2... ad roles in the movies Brother, Prisoner of the Mountains, The Stringer and. He was the son of the Russian playwright, actor, director and producer S ...
illuminatorScaliger's father, Benedetto Bordone, was a miniaturist and. Scaliger himself was known in his youth by the family name Bordone, but ...
Rolling Stone... ess Book of Records in 2002 as the top British single of all time. In 2004,magazine placed this song in the 163rd spot on its list of The 500 Greates ...
The Man with the Golden GunThe charred wreck was featured in the 1974 James Bond movie, as a covert headquarters for MI6
National Review... not have helped the situation. An article in the conservative publication,, has made the same argument, calling liberal allegations about the Act “f ...
I ConfessClift's next movie was Alfred Hitchcock's. True to his method, Clift temporarily lived in a Catholic church and stu ...
Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs... elf was largely inspired by the "Tiny Pascal" compiler in Niklaus Wirth's "", one of the most influential computer science books of the time. Anders ...
The Hustler... e actor and stand-up comedian. He appeared in more than 15 films, includingwith Paul Newman and Jackie Gleason, in which he had a cameo role as a bar ...
Spirited Away... for Best Animated Feature, which ultimately went to Hayao Miyazaki's film,, which was also distributed by Walt Disney Pictures, and featured a voice ...
Acts of the Apostles... canonical. The New Testament is composed of the Gospels ("good news"), the, the Epistles (letters), and the Book of Revelation
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre... e found obscene, the BBFC imposed additional bans and cuts on films such as. Claims, since proven at best to be speculative, at worse outright media ...
Jolson Sings Again... ions (including a couple of costume epics) until he appeared in the sequel,(1949), which was another huge boxoffice hit. His co-star in the film, Bar ...
Imperial Bedrooms... his usual style, Ellis mixes absurd comedy with a bleak and violent vision.(2010) follows the characters of Less Than Zero 25 years later; it combine ...
American Pie... lowup, and has appeared to comic effect in films such as Gregory's Girl and. The 2002 television movie is based on a true story about a woman who was ...
Tropic Thunder... Being John Malkovich, previously written by Kaufman and directed by Jonze.(2008) is a comedy film revolving around a group of prima donna actors mak ...
People's DailyIn 2002, the Chinesenewspaper published an article making a case against the use of "Mount Eve ...
Fahrenheit 9/11... ed that Bradbury was upset with filmmaker Michael Moore for using the title, which is an allusion to Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, for his documentary a ...
The Spectator... major newspapers, reprinted in America and published in an abridged form by
127 HoursThe track "Festival" from the album features in the score of the 2010 film, providing the euphoric backing to the climax of the movie
The Jerusalem Post... la campaign after the bombing, committing a series of attacks. According to, the bombing represented the end of the united front that had existed bet ...
film... eatles used the studios while rehearsing music for their album Let It Be. Awas made of some of the sessions, and both the film and the album were rel ...
Scientific American... nals of every year from 1820 to 1881 contain contributions from him. In thesupplement for 1882, it was remarked that "for two or three of his researc ...
Antonine ItineraryA Roman road recorded in theas "Iter III" linked London and Dover. The last section of the long Iter I ...
Ancient Judaism... g the paths of the earlier Chinese and Indian civilizations. His next work,was an attempt to prove this theory
The Animal... st four movies released by Columbia Pictures, including A Knight's Tale and(2001), contained glowing comments from a film reviewer who did not exist. ...
Red RiverClift's first movie role was opposite John Wayne in the 1948 filmwhich was shot in 1946 and released in 1948. Clift's second movie was The ...
Man of La Mancha# Medley from(from "Catch A Falling Star") – Scott Bakula (6:18
The Observer... 007 that Lewis-Smith would be retiring from his daily television column. In's Media Diary on June 17, 2007, a London Evening Standard spokeswoman was ...
Killing Zoe... d no use for, Avary told Bender that he had such a script—and quickly wrotein under a week, using elements of his European trip as inspiration. While ...
Earth II... d The Man, as well as the President of the United States in the made-for-TV
ReasonThe November 10, 2004 online version ofmagazine reported that Lindzen is "willing to take bets that global averag ...
Foxe's Book of Martyrs... in the opposite direction, was the boyhood home of John Foxe, the author of
American Pie... urbia) and humorous (e.g. Porky's, Animal House and more recently Semi-Pro,) films. Voyeuristic photography has also been centrally explored in movie ...
film based on the bookIn 2007, awas released to generally positive reviews. Gaiman has also occasionally m ...
The Birth of a Nation... an and American directors, in particular D.W. Griffith in his films such asand Intolerance. The classical style ensures temporal and spatial continui ...
The Wrong Man... se son is kidnapped to prevent them from interfering with an assassination.(1957), Hitchcock's final film for Warner Brothers, was a low-key black-an ...
Wonderful Town... voice was so hoarse from "overwork in rehearsing" for her upcoming role inthat it made it very easy to disguise her voice in that way
The New YorkerFilm critic Pauline Kael, wrote a gushing review of the film in: "The way Saturday Night Fever has been directed and shot, we feel the la ...
Prisoner of the Mountains... ber 20, 2002) was a Russian actor who had lead roles in the movies Brother,, The Stringer and Brother 2. He was the son of the Russian playwright, ac ...
Scary Movie 3... received varied critical and box office receptions, including films such as, , Taxi, Kung Faux, Beauty Shop, and Hairspray. In early 2006, Latifah ap ...
Encyclopædia BritannicaThesays this about the legend
Ancient JudaismIn, his fourth major work on the sociology of religion, Weber attempted to e ...
De re metallicaA 16th century book by Georg Agricola calleddescribes the highly developed and complex processes of mining metal ores, ...
Stitch! The MovieA direct-to-video sequel,, was released on August 26, 2003. This was followed by a television serie ...
BridesHe was the executive producer of the film, which was directed by Pantelis Voulgaris and starred Victoria Haralabido ...
The Jolson Story... ressed the producers and won the role. At the age of 31, his performance in(1946) earned him a "Best Actor" Academy Award nomination
A Streetcar Named Desire... Actor, and was sure that he would win. That year Clift voted for Brando in. The movie was critically acclaimed and Charlie Chaplin called it "the gr ...
The Illustrated London NewsA statue of the founder of, Herbert Ingram is now located in front of The Stump (see photograph). Th ...
Napoléon le Petit... exile, Hugo published his famous political pamphlets against Napoleon III,and Histoire d'un crime. The pamphlets were banned in France, but nonethel ...
Novum Organum... of natural philosophy is approached "by gradual degrees," as stated in his
Can-Can... er Michael Kidd cast her as the second female lead in Cole Porter's musical(1953), starring French prima donna Lilo. Out-of-town reviewers hailed Ver ...
Muyejebo... and the Malla Purana, and Korean martial arts with Joseon era texts such as(1598). "Historical martial arts" in both Asia and Europe are mostly based ...
Child's Play 3... ng to the Hungerford massacre and the murder of James Bulger (the 1991 filmwas held up as influencing the perpetrators) provided an additional impetu ...
Lunar Park... cho it uses surrealism to convey a sense of postmodern dread. Ellis's novel(2005), uses the form of a celebrity memoir to tell a ghost story about th ...
The Ring Magazine... conds left in the fight. This fight was named Fight of the Year for 1950 by
Die Reihe... .." (". . . How Time Passes . . ."), first published in the third volume of(1957). In it, he expounds a number of temporal conceptions underlying his ...
Heat... ghter in Wayne Wang's Smoke and also as Val Kilmer's wife in Michael Mann's. That same year she also played the role of Callie in Philip Ridley's dar ...
(500) Days of Summer... nominated for several awards including two Golden Globes for his 2009 film
Four's a Crowd... ), The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936), The Adventures of Robin Hood and(1938), Dodge City and The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), Sa ...
The Sydney Morning Herald... as Miranda Devine categorised the crimes as racially motivated hate crimesreported that the rapists had stated to a victim, during the attack, "You ...
Ad Beatissimi Apostolorum... Pope who promoted the devotion to Our Lady of Lourdes, for his encyclicals, Humani Generis Redemptionem, Quod Iam Diu, and Spiritus Paraclitus, and, ...
Opus Majus... are sometimes compared to a similar list in the first part of Roger Bacon'swhich, although it was much older, had not been printed in Bacon's time
sci-fi... troids from Planet 10. The film is a cross between the action/adventure andfilm genres, and also includes elements of comedy, satire, and romance
East of EdenClift reportedly turned down the starring role injust as he had for Sunset Boulevard
South Wales EchoThe main local newspaper, theand the national paper the Western Mail are based in Park Street in the ci ...
ICD-10... sonal difficulty. It is described as a disorder of sexual preference in the. The diagnosis would not be given to people who experience typical sexual ...
A Hard Day's Night... eleased in 1970. The Beatles had previously used Twickenham for their filmsand Help! and for their promotional film for Hey Jude. In the 1980s, the s ...
Titan Books... with Kevin John (another son of Little Willie John) was released in 2011 by
Bicycling... g developed and maintained by the Billings Parks and Recreation Department.magazine ranked Billings among the nation's 50 most bike friendly communit ...
USA Today... of being a segregationist by some political observers and scholars, such ass DeWayne Wickham who wrote that Helms "subtly carried the torch of white ...
Melody Maker... revered in popular music history, some initial critical reaction was poor.said that Queen "contrived to approximate the demented fury of the Balham ...
My Darling Clementine... y in 1946 in a book that Director John Ford developed in 1946 for the movie
Pseudodoxia Epidemica... here to the scientific empiricism of the Baconian method. His encyclopaedia(1646–76) includes numerous examples of Baconian investigative methodology ...
Allgemeine musikalische Zeitung... sulted in him losing his job to Cuno. He began work as music critic for the, a newspaper in Leipzig, and his articles on Beethoven were especially we ...
Scientific American... under the title Encyclopedia Americana, under the editorial supervision ofmagazine. The magazine's editor, Frederick Converse Beach, was editor-in-c ...
MGM... family could be described as "showpeople." Her father was an electrician atStudios, and her mother was a former vaudevillian of the dance troupe, as ...
Help!... atles had previously used Twickenham for their films A Hard Day's Night andand for their promotional film for Hey Jude. In the 1980s, the studio was ...
Prisoner of the MountainsIn 1995, his father was going to move to Dagestan where his moviewas to be filmed. Bodrov asked to go with him and was ready to do whatever ...
National Film RegistryIn 2010, the film was selected for preservation in the United Statesby the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aestheti ...
comedy... the action/adventure and sci-fi film genres, and also includes elements of, satire, and romance
Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane NaIn 2008, Khan launched his nephew Imran Khan's debut in the filmunder his production house. The film was a big hit in India, and eventuall ...
Nuovo Cimento... university, he published his first scientific works in the Italian journal: the first was titled: On the dynamics of a rigid system of electrical ch ...
The New York Times... vorable) on a similar review website Metacritic. It was eventually added to"Guide to the Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made," which was published in 2004
The Nation... the Act helped to create the crisis. An article in the liberal publicationasserted that the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act was responsible for the creation ...
John Jay Report... imbolic & Tallon (2008) found that 6 percent of the cleric offenders in theare pedophiles, 32 percent ephebophiles, 15 percent 11 & 12 year olds only ...
Raintree CountyOn the evening of May 12, 1956, while filming, Clift was involved in a serious auto accident when he smashed his car in ...
Killing ZoeAvary also wrote and directed the neo-noir cult thriller(1994) which Tarantino executive produced. The screenplay was based in par ...
Deutsche Mythologie... h later rewriting some parts. One of the brothers, Jacob, published in 1835, a long academic work on Germanic mythology
Raging Bull... Middleweight Champion. He was portrayed by Robert De Niro in the 1980 film
Kiss the Girls... roles in several thrillers that performed well at the box office, includingin 1997 and 1999's Double Jeopardy
Sunset Boulevard... reportedly turned down the starring role in East of Eden just as he had for
Time... k was published in March 1999, and also was excerpted as the cover story inmagazine. Lewinsky made about $500,000 from her participation in the book ...
The Advancement of Learning... eface even paraphrases lines from Bacon's essay On Truth from his 1605 work. Isaac Newton was a noted Baconian—his famous quote hypotheses non fingo ...
Cool Hand Luke... Primo used the "Tar Sequence" cue from the musical score from the 1967 film, composed by Lalo Schifrin, as the theme music. The score included a tele ...
Terminal StationClift's final completely pre-accident movie was. Once again Clift's performance was critically acclaimed however, the mov ...
Spider-Man... to let players assume the roles of superheroes from Marvel Comics, such as, Daredevil, Hulk, Captain America, the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and oth ...
Red SonjaThe character was played by Brigitte Nielsen in the 1985 film, which also starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as High Lord Kalidor (originall ...
Antonine Itinerary... lbans. The Romans later paved the route, part of which is identified on theas Iter III: "Item a Londinio ad portum Dubris" - from London to the port ...
Where the Heart IsIn June 2000, Judd flew to Austin, Texas to begin work ona film adapted from the novel of the same name by Billie Letts. Judd's co- ...
The Others... lled Wanda, Blade Runner, and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include, Layer Cake, The Crucible, Interview with the Vampire, and Sweet Revenge
Spider-Man 2... levator (e.g. The Blues Brothers, Dawn of the Dead, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and)
romance... e and sci-fi film genres, and also includes elements of comedy, satire, and
Cape Fear... iro starred in Goodfellas, one of the pair's most praised films, and 1991's, before making Casino in 1995. The two also voiced major parts in the 200 ...
Double Jeopardy... rformed well at the box office, including Kiss the Girls in 1997 and 1999's
La GalateaIn 1585, Cervantes published a pastoral novel named. Because of financial problems, Cervantes worked as a purveyor for the Sp ...
Rolling Stone... ay voted the 7th greatest guitarist of all time. He was ranked at No. 26 onmagazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time"
Beauty Shop... ffice receptions, including films such as Scary Movie 3, , Taxi, Kung Faux,, and Hairspray. In early 2006, Latifah appeared in a romantic comedy/dram ...
Dawn of the Dead... ch anodyne music while characters use an elevator (e.g. The Blues Brothers,, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and Spider-Man 2)
Western People... es of child abuse by Catholic clergy.A 2005 article in the Irish weekly the, proposed that clerical celibacy contributed to the abuse problem by sugg ...
It Happened One Night... inted when Jack Warner refused to lend her to Columbia Studios to appear in, and instead cast her in the melodrama Housewife. When Davis was not nomi ...
Pump Up the Volume... 's "Kick out the Jams". The recording appears on the soundtrack to the film
FACTSA report in the Swiss news magazinereveals that the Swiss Air Force provides ready-to-takeoff aircraft only d ...
Layer Cake... Blade Runner, and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include The Others,, The Crucible, Interview with the Vampire, and Sweet Revenge
Radio Times... l complaints about the content of the serial to both the BBC itself and the
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer... committee, Columbia Pictures dropped him, and a romantic comedy he made forwas shelved for three years. Parks made only a few more films, but continu ...
National Film RegistryIn 2002, it was selected for preservation in the United Statesby the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aestheti ...
Someone Like YouSeveral of her early 2000s films, including 2001'sand 2002's High Crimes, received only mixed reviews and moderate box offic ...
Life magazine... ost notably by constructing a wall around its waste pond. A 1979 article indubbed Jacksonville a "poisoned town". After tests on June 9, 1985, the EP ...
Troll... d the part of mad bomber Joe Selucci in (1982) and in the 1986 horror movie. Bono also played the part of Franklin Von Tussle in the 1988 John Waters ...
Killing Zoe... other's scenes together into a first draft, after which Avary left to film, leaving Tarantino to continue subsequent writing of Pulp Fiction. Avary' ...
Casino... , one of the pair's most praised films, and 1991's Cape Fear, before makingin 1995. The two also voiced major parts in the 2004 film Shark Tale. Scor ...
Freeman's Journal... d a high degree of personal and political unpopularity. Its repeated use inthroughout June 1830 appears to bear reference to his resolute political w ...
From Here to Eternity... buting adult magazines. As late as 1953, books such as Tropic of Cancer andwere still banned. But public standards rapidly became more liberal though ...
The Velvet Touch... ter Kenny (1946), and Mourning Becomes Electra (1947), and a murder mystery(1948)
Scream 2... e first film spawn their own horror trilogy within the films themselves. In, characters get killed while watching a film version of the events in the ...
Video Voyeur... e criminalization of voyeurism has been made into a television movie calledand documents the criminalization of . Criminal voyeurism statutes are rel ...
Ketuvim... tic Text, it appears as a single work, either the first or last book of the(the latter arrangement also making it the final book of the Jewish bible) ...
Who Do You Think You Are?... hannel 4 study on the history of British education; an edition of the BBC's, in which he attempted to trace his genealogy, and Not Forgotten, a four- ...
The Cat in the Hat... pen name Dr. Seuss, wrote the first and best known of his Dr. Seuss books:. Several sequels followed. Also in 1957, the next best known Dr. Seuss bo ...
The Wicker ManThe town also provided locations for the cult 1973 horror film. Several parts of the town can be easily recognised in the film
Ezekiel... er Prophets in the Hebrew Bible, following the book of Isaiah and precedingand the Book of the Twelve. (The order is somewhat different in the Christ ...
Los Angeles Times... his death, fellow director and friend Orson Welles wrote an article for the, "Jean Renoir: The Greatest of all Directors"
Children of the Night... d in 1991. After the demise of Ferris Bueller, Dolenz starred in two films,, followed by the lead role in 1992's Miracle Beach
Brother... ei Balabanov, who invited him to studio STV. Just in this studio, the moviewas shot and released in 1997. Sergey was a featured actor, playing Danila ...
General Economic History... lism in the history of capitalism in his Economy and Society (1922) and his(1923), a notable example of the kind of empirical work associated with th ...
Hairspray... no also played the part of Franklin Von Tussle in the 1988 John Waters film. In the 1997 film Men In Black, Bono is one of several oddball celebritie ...
Modern English Usage... w editions after some decades. These include, most notably of all, Fowler'sand The Complete Plain Words by Sir Ernest Gowers. Detailed guidance on ma ...
True Romance... Gold Watch"), and other odd scenes Avary had written during his rewrite ofwere reworked and incorporated into the Pulp Fiction script, such as the a ...
Action of the Tiger... 1957 Connery appeared in Terence Young's poorly received MGM action pictureopposite Van Johnson, Martine Carol, Herbert Lom and Gustavo Rojo; the fil ...
The Tombstone Epitaph... g often editorialized issues the publisher favored. John Clum, publisher of, worked to end lawlessness by helping to organize the "Committee of Safet ...
Young Dr. Kildare... t Disney animation in a musical dream sequence. He played the title role inin 1938 and became a matinee idol, starring in several Kildare films. Duri ...
The Black Stallion ReturnsThe movie was followed in 1983 by a sequel,, which also starred Reno. There was also a television series called Adven ...
The Rescuers... e in the present day; others include One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961),(1977) and its sequel The Rescuers Down Under (1990), and Oliver & Company ...
Nemesis at Potsdam... nd 1980s a Harvard-trained lawyer and historian, Alfred de Zayas, publishedand A Terrible Revenge, both of which became bestsellers in Germany. De Za ...
Scream 3... le watching a film version of the events in the first Scream film, while inthe actors playing the trilogy's characters end up getting killed, much in ...
The Crucible... , and Brother Sun, Sister Moon. Later films include The Others, Layer Cake,, Interview with the Vampire, and Sweet Revenge
Prose Edda... ic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, the, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson, Heimskringla, also writ ...
One False MoveStar City, Arkansas was the stage for 1992 police thriller film entitled, starring actors Bill Paxton and Billy Bob Thornton, and written by Thorn ...
The Last Waltz... ven vocal on "It Makes no Difference," both of which were performed live in. Another notable song from the album was the epic story "Acadian Driftwoo ...
The Handmaid's Tale... ictional country that is the setting of the Margaret Atwood dystopian novel
The Rescuers Down Under... e One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), The Rescuers (1977) and its sequel(1990), and Oliver & Company (1988)
Auntie Mame... ter Kenny (1946); Mourning Becomes Electra (1947); and the movie version of(1958). She received a Special Academy Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitari ...
The MisfitsHe then co-starred in John Huston's(1961), which was both Marilyn Monroe's and Clark Gable's last film. Monro ...
AnimageThe series was the first winner of theAnime Grand Prix prize, in 1979 and the first half of 1980. By the end of ...
Bart Got a Room... chael Cera). Shawkat, Manoff and Mantell would later have roles in the film
Melody MakerThe first host was Richard Williams, features editor of, the music weekly. From 1972, the programme was presented by DJ Bob Harri ...
Batman Returns... , Michael Keaton decided not to return for a third Batman film after 1992's, due to "creative differences." William Baldwin (who previously worked wi ...
The Face... dult magazine for grown-ups". Fashion photographers (such as Corinne Day ofmagazine) were hired to produce images that merged sex and fashion. The ma ...
Batman Forever... with stupid people." Val Kilmer also had extensive conflicts on the set of. Schumacher had problems filming with Kilmer, whom he described as "child ...
Systema NaturaeThe Barn Swallow was described by Linnaeus in hisin 1758 as Hirundo rustica, characterised as H. rectricibus, exceptis duab ...
Men In Black... ranklin Von Tussle in the 1988 John Waters film Hairspray. In the 1997 film, Bono is one of several oddball celebrities seen on a wall of video scree ...
Oliver & Company... 61), The Rescuers (1977) and its sequel The Rescuers Down Under (1990), and(1988)
Melody Maker... like the Beach Boys, 10cc and David Bowie, receiving positive reviews from: "The album portrays Frida as a very strong and emotive singer and shows ...
Runaway Train... Business opposite Tom Cruise. Her other notable film roles include Sara inin 1985, Helen McCaffrey in the thriller Backdraft in 1991, her portrayal ...
MacrossThe concept of a film within a television series is employed in theuniverse. (1984) was originally intended as an alternative theatrical re-t ...
Goodfellas... ms such as Mean Streets (1973), Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), and(1990) – all of which he collaborated on with actor and close friend Rober ...
The Jerusalem Post... ish Agency. The Jewish National Council denounced the bombing. According to, "[a]lthough the Hagana had sanctioned the King David bombing, world-wide ...
IMAX... , a 45-minute prequel called Young Black Stallion was shot and released fortheaters
Catholic EncyclopediaAccording to the, the name "Veronica" comes from the Latin vera, meaning "true" or "Truthf ...
Sweet Revenge... clude The Others, Layer Cake, The Crucible, Interview with the Vampire, and
same name... in the 1969 Tony Award-winning musical play 1776, and the 1972 movie of the, as well as in the 2008 television miniseries John Adams
Batman ForeverIn December 1993,director Joel Schumacher had seen Tombstone and was most impressed with Ki ...
Take a Letter, DarlingIn the 1940s, she made comedies such as The Feminine Touch (1941) and(1942), dramas including Sister Kenny (1946), and Mourning Becomes Electra ...
Penelope Spheeris... 2 as part of the soundtrack to the film Wayne's World. The film's director,, was hesitant to use the song, as it did not entirely fit with the lead c ...
Allmusic... and number 184, "Please Please Me". According to Stephen Thomas Erlewine of, "Decades after its release, the album still sounds fresh", the covers ar ...
BillboardIn 2005, Darryl Jenifer toldthat the band was in the studio recording their first proper studio album ...
Nineteen Eighty-Four... s portrayed in mainstream culture, such as the classics Brave New World and, which have explored some of these topics
Gone with the Wind... . King sang with his church choir at the 1939 Atlanta premiere of the movie
Luke... ot directly quoted, in the New Testament (Hebrews 5:4; Matthew 12:42; 23:35;1:5; 11:31, 51)
Comics Buyer's Guide... ically wears armor resembling a bikini or lingerie. She was ranked first in's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list
The Super Dimension Fortress Macross... y intended as an alternative theatrical re-telling of the television series(1982), but was later "retconned" into the Macross canon as a popular movi ...
National TreasureThe engrossed copy of the Declaration is central to the 2004 Hollywood film, in which the main character steals the document because he believes it h ...
A Terrible Revenge... ned lawyer and historian, Alfred de Zayas, published Nemesis at Potsdam and, both of which became bestsellers in Germany. De Zayas argues that the ex ...
Germania... the area they invaded as Boihaemum, the earliest mention being in Tacitus'28 (written at the end of the 1st century AD). The name appears to include ...
Servants' Entrance... estern Front which made him a star. Ayres was Janet Gaynor's leading man in(1934), which featured a combination of live action and Walt Disney animat ...
Right On!... s been a permanent feature in magazines such as 16 magazine, Tiger Beat andin the United States, and in similar magazines elsewhere. With the advent ...
Sister Kenny... e Feminine Touch (1941) and Take a Letter, Darling (1942), dramas including(1946), and Mourning Becomes Electra (1947), and a murder mystery The Velv ...
Backdraft... oles include Sara in Runaway Train in 1985, Helen McCaffrey in the thrillerin 1991, her portrayal of the chillingly twisted nanny Peyton Flanders in ...
Ketuvim... f unethical and unjust behavior of Israelite elites and rulers; and (3) the("writings"): poetic and philosophical works such as the Psalms and the Bo ...
Oxford English DictionaryThedates the English common name "barn swallow" to 1851, though an earlier in ...
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle... f the chillingly twisted nanny Peyton Flanders in the popular 1992 thrillerand as Wendy Torrance in Stephen King's 1997 television adaptation of The ...
New York Times... listed in the Forbes 400 ranking of wealthiest people (982). An April 2002article reported Guccione as saying that Penthouse grossed $3.5 billion to ...
Hell's House... ore being lent to Columbia Pictures for The Menace and to Capital Films for(all 1932). After nine months, and six unsuccessful films, Laemmle elected ...
Life of an American Fireman... f the short films, Edison came to Porter. Porter made the breakthrough filmin 1903. The film was among the first that had a plot, action, and even a ...
Dumbo... smaller and less expensive film. The idea was inspired by the production of, an economically-made 1941 Walt Disney film produced in the wake of the m ...
Toute la mémoire du mondeA different kind of collective memory was considered in(1956), in which the seemingly endless spaces and bibliographic riches of ...
Black Book... s working for the SS, such as A Woman at War, starring Martha Plimpton, and, starring Christian Berkel
Brother... – September 20, 2002) was a Russian actor who had lead roles in the movies, Prisoner of the Mountains, The Stringer and Brother 2. He was the son of ...
Suddenly, Last Summer... . His next three films were Lonelyhearts (1958), The Young Lions (1958) and(1959). Clift starred with Lee Remick in Elia Kazan's Wild River in 1960. ...
Taxi Driver... lmmakers of all time, directing landmark films such as Mean Streets (1973),(1976), Raging Bull (1980), and Goodfellas (1990) – all of which he collab ...
Le Parisien... terly complained about Kilmer's attitude in an interview to daily newspaper. Kevin Jarre, the original director of Tombstone, said that Kilmer once t ...
Austin Powers in Goldmember... References are also made to Stab 5 involving time travel as a plot device.begins with an action film opening, which turns out to be a sequence being ...
The Misfits... t spoken much all day. Shortly before 1 am, James went up to say goodnight.was on television that night airing as a late-night movie, and James asked ...
Dante's InfernoRossetti was played by Oliver Reed in Ken Russell's film(1967). The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood as a whole have been the subjects o ...
New York, New York... Hitler's cigars. Mac Rauch shelved his work for a few years while he wrotefor Martin Scorsese and other un-produced screenplays
Leroy & Stitch... was released on August 30, 2005. A third and final direct-to-video sequel,, was released on June 27, 2006 as the conclusion to the TV series
Flashdance... lywood had mutated into an all-singing, all-dancing romance" in movies likeand Breakin'. Against this, Run-D.M.C., The Beastie Boys and the label Def ...
Il Postino... and poet. He is best known for his role as Mario Ruoppolo in the 1994 film
3 Idiots... rneyed to diverse parts of India, mostly to small towns during promotion ofsaying film makers from Mumbai don’t understand small town India, which wa ...
Confessio Fraternitatis... Rosicrucians to the 17th century are three German pamphlets: the Fama, the, and Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
Les Misérables... or published some of his best work during his period in Guernsey, including, and three widely praised collections of poetry (Les Châtiments, 1853; , ...
Hiroshima mon amourResnais's first feature film wasin 1959. It had originated as a commission from the producers of Nuit et B ...
Qayamat Se Qayamat TakKhan married Reena Dutta, who had a small part in, on 18 April 1986. They have two children, a son named Junaid and a daugh ...
The Elements of StyleIn 1945 E. B. White (co-author of Strunk and White's), wrote Stuart Little, the story of an intelligent, semi-anthropomorphic ...
The Birth of Tragedy... an inspiration to artists, philosophers and writers into the modern era. In(1872), the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche contrasted Dionysus wit ...
Raging Bull... , directing landmark films such as Mean Streets (1973), Taxi Driver (1976),(1980), and Goodfellas (1990) – all of which he collaborated on with actor ...
American Psycho... of his debut effort. His most controversial work is the graphically violent. The book was intended to be published by Simon & Schuster, but they with ...
Lyrical Ballads... owed later by the isolated figure of John Clare. The publication in 1798 of, with many of the finest poems by Wordsworth and Coleridge, is often held ...
Rear WindowVoyeurism is a common plot device in both serious (e.g., Klute and more recently Disturbia) and humorous (e.g. Porky's, Animal Ho ...
Breakin'... ted into an all-singing, all-dancing romance" in movies like Flashdance and. Against this, Run-D.M.C., The Beastie Boys and the label Def Jam were "c ...
The Man Who Played God... o renew her contract. George Arliss chose Davis for the lead female role in(1932), and for the rest of her life, Davis credited him with helping her ...
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L'Osservatore Romano===Feminist theory===Italian academic Lucetta Scaraffia wrote inthat a greater presence of women in the Vatican could have prevented cleri ...
UtropA poll conducted byin August 2009 showed that 10% (14% if the respondents answering "Don't kn ...
The Private Life of Henry VIIIIn the wake of the success of Alexander Korda'sHagen became interested in producing films which could be released in Amer ...
Principia... non fingo (I don't frame hypotheses) was featured in later editions of the, demonstrating his preference for rules that could be demonstrated by for ...
TV GuideIn 2004 and 2007, Dark Shadows was ranked #19 and #23 ons Top Cult Shows Ever
The Guardian... old him they entered the medical profession because of the McCoy character.called Urban's performance of McCoy an "unqualified success", and The New ...
Matthew... he King James Version of the Bible: for example, "O ye of little faith" (in8:26). Another well-known example is the recurrent use of the vocative phr ...
Invasion of the Body Snatchers... lay John Bigbooté was Christopher Lloyd. Richter first met Jeff Goldblum onand wanted him to play New Jersey. The actor admired his writing and was e ...
Scream 4... y as the characters they are playing on screen. In the latest Scream movie,, in the opening sequence, two characters are watching Stab 7 before they ...
Reservoir Dogs... Hadida and became the movie True Romance. Since Tarantino was busy prepping, Avary was hired with Tarantino's consent by Tony Scott and Hadida to wor ...
L'Unità... gna University, and while there he gave an interview with Italian newspaper, his first public remarks to the press since 1970. Dubček's appearance an ...
Dear Jesse... iews on gay and lesbian citizens were depicted in the 1998 documentary film
Books of Kings... les largely parallels the Davidic narratives in the Books of Samuel and the. In the Roman Catholic and Protestant canson, it is divided into two part ...
The New York Times... Guardian called Urban's performance of McCoy an "unqualified success", andcalled the character "wild eyed and funny". Slate.com said Urban came clos ...
Romeo Must DieIn 2000, Aaliyah landed her first major movie role in. Aaliyah starred opposite martial artist Jet Li, playing a couple who fal ...
Omni... ere successful, it is widely reported that the science and health magazinesand Longevity cost Penthouse almost $100 million, contributing to its even ...
The Black Stallion Returns... es for the film from his owners, who declined any offers. He does appear in, alongside Cass Ole, by which time the studio bought out the syndicate of ...
Declaration of BoulogneTheof 1905 limited changes to Esperanto. That declaration stated, among other ...
SS Experiment Camp... that had years earlier been approved for release by the BBFC, in particular. This coincided with an attempt by MPs Julian Brazier and to pass a law a ...
Nature... nd religious publications, receiving mixed reviews. Then in September 1981,published an editorial written by John Maddox, the journal's senior editor ...
The Saturday Evening Post... life, Davis credited him with helping her achieve her "break" in Hollywood.wrote, "she is not only beautiful, but she bubbles with charm", and compar ...
Catch Me If You Can... st), Allison Janney (Juno), James Marsden (Enchanted), Christopher Walken () and Zac Efron (High School Musical). Also in 2007, she portrayed an HIV- ...
National Lampoon's Animal HouseNapoleon was portrayed by Junior, who previously appeared inas Trooper, Niedermeyer's horse
Negro World... he Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League'snewspaper
The Ice Follies of 1939... ng this time, Ayres also co-starred with Joan Crawford and James Stewart in
Novum Organum... developed by Sir Francis Bacon. The method was put forward in Bacon's book(1620), or 'New Method', and was supposed to replace the methods put forwa ...
Klētorologion... dence, coming before even the anthypatoi. According to the late 9th-century, the insignia of the dignity were ivory inscribed tablets. During the 11t ...
Imperial Bedrooms... ark, a pseudo-memoir and ghost story, received positive reviews, and 2010's, marketed as a sequel to Less Than Zero, continues in this vein
Mean Streets... nt and influential filmmakers of all time, directing landmark films such as(1973), Taxi Driver (1976), Raging Bull (1980), and Goodfellas (1990) – al ...
Mein Kampf... nifred sent him food parcels and stationery on which Hitler's autobiographymay have been written. In the late 1930s, she served as Hitler's personal ...
The Rules of Attraction... oved back to New York City in 1987 for the publication of his second novel,, which follows a group of sexually promiscuous college students and sold ...
Apocalypse Now... He was nominated twice in this category but ended up winning the award forinstead
His Girl Friday... continued to display her talent for comedy in the classic screwball comedy(1940), directed by Howard Hawks. In the film, a reworking of Ben Hecht's ...
Sistine Chapel ceiling... nity, in the frescos of the Sistine Chapel. Five sibyls were painted on theby Michelangelo; the Delphic Sibyl, Libyan Sibyl, Persian Sibyl, Cumaean S ...
She's Out of Control... l Hospital in 1989, Dolenz landed a co-starring role opposite Tony Danza in. The following year she portrayed Sloan Peterson in the television series ...
Lagaan... had been an assistant director to Ashutosh Gowariker during the filming of. Khan is a follower of spiritual leader J. P. Vaswani
Lady in a CageOf her few film appearances in the 1960s chiefly notable are(1964), as a crippled widow trapped in a lift and terrorised by intruders, ...
Sisters... the filming of The Quicky, he was writing a screenplay for his first movie. His father shared the idea of the movie with him. After that, Bodrov Jr ...
Congressional Record... s were composed; that is, the kings' official Day-Books, much like the U.S.of modern times
The Observer... followed an incident known as "Lobbygate", where an undercover reporter for, posing as a business leader, was introduced by a lobbyist to a senior Do ...
The Good Earth... 937, he played the starring role as a Chinese peasant, with a new bride, in. It costarred Luise Rainer as his humble wife; she won an Academy Award f ...
Alexander... until 2005. Kilmer next appeared in the big budget Oliver Stone production,, which received poor reviews. Also in 2004, Kilmer returned to the theatr ...
The Boys of St. Vincent... l other films have been made about sex abuse within the Church, including:*(1992)* Song for a Raggy Boy (2003)* Bad Education (2004), film by Pedro A ...
The Man Who Would Be King... tchcock's Marnie (1964) and Murder on the Orient Express (1974). Apart fromand The Wind and the Lion, both released in 1975, most of Connery's succes ...
Ezekiel... able" (Leviticus 26:41, "their uncircumcised hearts"; compare Jeremiah 9:25;44:7,9); it is also applied to the first three years' fruit of a tree, wh ...
The Virgin SuicidesIn Sofia Coppola's independent film(1999), Dunst played the role of troubled adolescent Lux Lisbon. The film ...
The Outsiders... earing in a small role as Bob Sheldon in the 1983 Francis Ford Coppola film. In 1985 he starred in Shaker Run as a mechanic and in Thunder Alley as t ...
My Sister Eileen... al of Ruth in the Broadway show Wonderful Town (a musical based on the film, in which she also starred)
Freedom at Midnight... he partition of the Punjab are luridly described in Collins' and LaPierre's, as to which Mountbatten was the principal informant, and more latterly i ...
eponymous film... "real" name is later revealed to be Alistair Leslie Graham (revealed in the)
Family Plot... in American films and this continued for the remainder of his film career.(1976) was Hitchcock's last film. It related the escapades of "Madam" Blan ...
Murder on the Orient Express... uccesses in the next decade were as part of ensemble casts in films such as(1974) with Vanessa Redgrave and John Gielgud and A Bridge Too Far (1977) ...
Duck Soup... imal Crackers. Other successful films were Monkey Business, Horse Feathers,, and A Night at the Opera. One quip from Marx concerned his response to S ...
The Birth of a Nation... mmle and Cecil B. DeMille. The climactic battle scenes for D. W. Griffith'swere filmed there. The alternate names of the filming site are Providencia ...
Farscape... well as the rest of its film and television library including Fraggle Rock,, The Dark Crystal, and Labyrinth
Historia Regum Britanniae... alory's Le Morte d'Arthur and other Arthurian tales (Geoffrey of Monmouth's, the Pearl Poet's Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, etc.)
Marnie... s, Connery also starred in other acclaimed films such as Alfred Hitchcock's(1964) and Murder on the Orient Express (1974). Apart from The Man Who Wou ...
Night of Dark ShadowsBoth theatrical films, House of Dark Shadows (1970) and(1971) were shot primarily on location at the Lyndhurst estate in Tarrytow ...
NewsweekIt was also voted as one ofs favorite technology Web sites and rated in Yahoo!'s Top 100 Web sites as ...
The Magdalene Sisters... tes gathered momentum and were made the subject a controversial film called(2002). In 2006, a documentary called Deliver Us From Evil was made about ...
Monkey Business... s, including The Cocoanuts and Animal Crackers. Other successful films were, Horse Feathers, Duck Soup, and A Night at the Opera. One quip from Marx ...
Bells LifeThe first column to establish itself was that of George Walker inin 1834 which survived until 1873. From February 15, 1845 onwards it faced ...
Texasville... th Mask in 1985, Bogdanovich's 1990 sequel to The Last Picture Show, calledwas a critical and box-office disappointment. Both films occasioned major ...
Can't Buy Me Love... stint on Growing Pains. In 1987, she appeared in a small role in the comedy. Later that year, she landed the role of Melissa McKee in the long runnin ...
Hotel Rwanda... Shyamalan's The Village (2004), a disillusioned cameraman in Terry George's(2004), and heroic firefighter in Ladder 49 (2004)
Stateside... ning in preparation for the role. Subsequently, he had a role in the drama,, and starred (again with Slater) in the thriller Mindhunters, which was f ...
Metronome magazine... ieved that the band's endless rehearsals and according to critic Amy Lee in, "letter-perfect playing", diminished any feeling from performances. They ...
MetropolisIn 1984, a restoration of(1927) with new score by producer-composer Giorgio Moroder was another tur ...
Paramount PicturesIn the 1920s, the community was briefly known as Picture City, asowned a ranch in the area used for filming Westerns. To obtain a post offi ...
Book of Exodus... . The title seems an allusion to the phrase in Exodus 2:22 (in the Biblical). Moses flees ancient Egypt, where he has lived all his life, and later m ...
1989 film... he Second World War, emphasises the patriotic side, while Kenneth Branagh'sstresses the horrors of war. A 2003 Royal National Theatre production feat ...
Systema Naturae... the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th century work, under the name Falco leucocephalus
Esquire... ntially lightweight character with considerable depth and sympathy." In thereview, Tom Carson called her performance "terrific." For her work, she wo ...
TransformersThe movie, 2007 Fox television show, Drive, the freeway scenes in The Hangover, Due ...
The Valiant... e years later, in 1929, and received an Oscar nomination for his first film, although the film did poorly at the box office. His second film, Seven F ...
Spartacus... e of Hearst's early film company. San Simeon was also used in the 1960 filmas the estate of Marcus Licinius Crassus (played by Laurence Olivier). Acc ...
Scarface... urned to Hollywood to star in such harrowing pre-Code films as the originaland I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang, for which he received his second Os ...
The Bad Sister... rapher Karl Freund told him she had "lovely eyes" and would be suitable for(1931), in which she subsequently made her film debut. Her nervousness was ...
O Drakos... d by Giorgos Tzavellas), Πικρό Ψωμί (1951, directed by Grigoris Grigoriou),(1956 directed by Nikos Koundouros), Stella (1955 directed by Cacoyannis a ...
Animal Crackers... m made some of their Broadway hits into movies, including The Cocoanuts and. Other successful films were Monkey Business, Horse Feathers, Duck Soup, ...
Spider-ManIn the 2002 superhero film, the most successful film of her career to date, Dunst played Mary Jane W ...
The Independent... ed to end before 2010. When covering the award of the grant on 1 June 2007,stated
Power Balladz... itesnake song "Here I Go Again" appears in both the Off-Broadway productionand the award-winning Broadway hit Rock of Ages
Diamonds Are Forever... all (1965), and You Only Live Twice (1967) – then appeared again as Bond in(1971) and Never Say Never Again (1983). All seven films were commercially ...
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms... ent "Atomic Monster". Three weeks later came the release of Eugène Lourié's(1953), which featured one scene based on Bradbury's "The Fog Horn", about ...
The New York Times... the following year as a tribute to the recently deceased Davis. A review inpraised Davis's performance, describing him as "pure, ebullient, unapologe ...
SommersbyThe Courthouse building was also used in the filming of the movie "" in the summer of 1992. Richard Gere, Jodie Foster and James Earl Jones s ...
The Book of the CourtierThe ideal courtier—the chivalrous knight—of Baldassarre Castiglione'sbecame a model of the ideal virtues of nobility. Castiglione's tale took t ...
Irish Daily Mail... Kathy's Real Story, a book by Hermann Kelly, a Derry born journalist on theand former editor of The Irish Catholic
Genesis II... ed as Primus Dominic in Roddenberry's 1973 post-apocalyptic TV drama pilot,
Orchestra Wives... comedian Milton Berle. The Miller band returned to Hollywood to film 1942's, featuring playing a part as the group's bassist, Ben Beck. Miller had an ...
Get Over ItThe following year, Dunst had the lead in the teen comedy(2001). She later explained that one of the reasons for accepting the role ...
Film Comment... r best supporting actor. It also won other awards in the U.S. and overseas.magazine devoted four pages to the film in its May–June 1980 edition, with ...
Ladder 49... cameraman in Terry George's Hotel Rwanda (2004), and heroic firefighter in(2004)
Guinness World Records... cy Park. The Zozobra that was burned on September 7, 2007, was certified byas the largest marionette in the world, measuring 15.21 m (49.11 feet) in ...
1944 film... guity has led to diverse interpretations in performance. Laurence Olivier's, made during the Second World War, emphasises the patriotic side, while K ...
Halloween... joined the cast as a masked killer who was a parody of Michael Myers of thefilm series
House of Dark ShadowsBoth theatrical films,(1970) and Night of Dark Shadows (1971) were shot primarily on location at ...
Rolling Stone... s music polls of great rock guitarists, and in 2011 was ranked number 26 onmagazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time". Former Van H ...
James Bond film series... een character Norman Pitkin. These films initially made more money than the. Wisdom gained a celebrity status in lands as far apart as South America, ...
firstThere have been two major film adaptations. The, directed by and starring Laurence Olivier in 1944, is a colourful and hi ...
Reap the Wild Wind... eekend (1945), a sophisticated leading man opposite a corrupt John Wayne in(1942), the murder-plotting husband in Dial M for Murder (1954), and as Ol ...
Thunderball... Bond films: Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964),(1965), and You Only Live Twice (1967) – then appeared again as Bond in Di ...
Oxford English DictionaryIn the English language (according to the), Rom is a noun (with the plural Roma or Roms) and an adjective, while Ro ...
The Bridges of Madison CountyBari is mentioned in the 1995 filmstarring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. In the film Francesca tells Robe ...
second major filmThe, directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh in 1989, attempts to give a mor ...
Dial M for Murder... upt John Wayne in Reap the Wild Wind (1942), the murder-plotting husband in(1954), and as Oliver Barrett III in Love Story (1970)
Twist of Faith... ong for a Raggy Boy (2003)* Bad Education (2004), film by Pedro Almodovar.*(2004), an HBO film* Our Fathers (2005), a Showtime movie based on the boo ...
Watchmen... of attempts to adapt the series into a feature film, director Zack Snyder'swas released in 2009
Napoléon... event in this context was Kevin Brownlow's 1980 restoration of Abel Gance's(1927), featuring a score by Carl Davis. Brownlow's restoration was later ...
Skidoo... ean," co-written by Marx's uncle Al Shean) and the 1968 Otto Preminger film. In his 50s at the time, Marx remarked on his appearance: "I looked like ...
Déjà Vu... time for a supporting role opposite Denzel Washington in the box-office hit. The song "Val Kilmer" was named after him on Bowling for Soup's 2006 alb ...
Variety... ress; it received overwhelming praise, chiefly for Spacey, Mendes and Ball.reported, "No other 1999 movie has benefited from such universal raves." I ...
You Only Live Twice... ), From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), and(1967) – then appeared again as Bond in Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and Ne ...
Bad Education... h, including:* The Boys of St. Vincent (1992)* Song for a Raggy Boy (2003)*(2004), film by Pedro Almodovar.*Twist of Faith (2004), an HBO film* Our F ...
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn... for adults are now commonly thought of as works for children. Mark Twain'swas originally intended for an adult audience. Today it is widely read as ...
From Russia with Love... nefit. He played the character in the first five Bond films: Dr. No (1962),(1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), and You Only Live Twice (19 ...
Maclean's... e 15th time in the primarily undergraduate university category, as rated bymagazine. Mount Allison has also produced 51 , the highest number per capi ...
It Came from Outer Space... oducer William Alland first brought Bradbury to movie theaters in 1953 with, a Harry Essex screenplay developed from Bradbury's screen treatment "Ato ...
Happy, Texas (film)... rticle is about the town in Texas; for the 1999 film of the same name, see:
Levity... ollowing the success of Spider-Man, Dunst appeared in the independent drama(2003), where she had a supporting role. That same year she starred in Mon ...
KojikiTheand Ainu folklore also describes a flat earth cosmography where the earth ...
The Thing Called Love... play, has subsequently developed a strong cult following, while the other,, is better known as one of River Phoenix's last roles before his untimely ...
The Matrix... they created Burlyman Entertainment and have released comic books based onas well as two original bi-monthly series
Duck Soup... of the greasepaint was never discussed on-screen, but in a famous scene in, where both Chicolini (Chico) and Pinky (Harpo) disguise themselves as Gr ...
The Guardian... documentaries have attracted comments covering a spectrum of opinions from, "It makes me want to declare Allen my new God" to The Scotsman calling t ...
Carve Her Name with Pride... er wartime activities in German Occupied France were dramatised in the film, starring Virginia McKenna and based on the 1956 book of the same name by ...
Walk the LineUpon being cast as Johnny Cash inafter Cash himself approved, Phoenix responded by buying a guitar and lear ...
Craig's Wife... All Others (1934), and Four's a Crowd (1938), as well as dramas, including(1936) (which would be the film's second of three remakes; Joan Crawford d ...
The Hollywood Reporter... the early 2000s, though neither sibling has spoken directly on the subject.and the New York Times have referred to the Wachowskis as "Andy and Lana ( ...
Star Trek... her death, as mentioned in the credits of the 2009 movie (released on DVD), again as the computer's voice. An animated production called "Hamlet A.D ...
The Jazz Singer... ier tube and the introduction of the Vitaphone system. After the release ofin 1927, "talkies" became more and more commonplace. Within a decade, popu ...
Sports Illustrated... being "smaller than Hitler's heart". In 1982, he described his approach to
Inherit the Wind... cess as the crusading lawyer, Henry Drummond (based on Clarence Darrow), in, winning a
Famitsu... ,000 copies. In March 2006, Final Fantasy appeared in the Japanese magazines Top 100 games list, where readers voted it the 63rd best game of all tim ...
The Asphalt JungleIn 1950 he wrote and directed, a film which broke new ground by depicting criminals as somewhat sympath ...
Dr. No... ould greatly benefit. He played the character in the first five Bond films:(1962), From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965 ...
Raiders of the Lost ArkThe island of Kauai had previously been featured in such films asand the Jurassic Park trilogy. The Disney animators faced the daunting tas ...
Alexander Nevsky... ained the type of large battle scenes needed, including Sergei Eisenstein's, and spliced together the footage he needed. However, the cost of printin ...
Close Encounters of the Third KindThat same year, Steven Spielberg's filmboasted a finale with impressive special effects by 2001 veteran Douglas T ...
Sun Valley SerenadeMiller and his band appear in two Twentieth Century Fox films. In 1941'sthey are major members of the cast, which also features comedian Milton Be ...
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice... e notable performances include: the breakthrough role of Jimmy Henderson in(1969); the protagonist's son Mike Pusser from the Walking Tall movies (19 ...
Cracking India... ly in Bapsi Sidhwa's novel Ice Candy Man (published in the United States as), made into the film Earth. A multi-part dramatization of Lord Mountbatte ...
Philomela... so that I can stop being silent?") This refers to a version of the myth ofin which she turns into a Nightingale and her sister Procne into a Swallow ...
Istanbul Beneath My Wingsis a film about the lives of Hezarfen Ahmet Çelebi, his brother Lagari Has ...
The Scotsman... inions from The Guardian, "It makes me want to declare Allen my new God" tocalling these films (22 June 2007) "an intermittent series of purposefully ...
The Big Sleep... hat Eddie Mars wife was hiding out at is the classic Humphrey Bogart movie,
The Citadel... uld be the film's second of three remakes; Joan Crawford did the third) and(1938). Russell was first acclaimed when she co-starred with Robert Young ...
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A Night at the Opera... Other successful films were Monkey Business, Horse Feathers, Duck Soup, and. One quip from Marx concerned his response to Sam Wood, the director of t ...
The Jerusalem PostOn October 10, 2003,ran an interview with Yiftah Spector, one of the pilots who participated i ...
Angel on My Shoulder... A Song to Remember (1945). In 1946, he starred in a rare comic performance,, playing a gangster whose early death prompts the Devil (played by Claude ...
Song for a Raggy Boy... ut sex abuse within the Church, including:* The Boys of St. Vincent (1992)*(2003)* Bad Education (2004), film by Pedro Almodovar.*Twist of Faith (200 ...
Alfred Hitchcock Presents... levision Workshop, Jane Wyman's Fireside Theatre, Star Tonight, Windows and. "The Merry-Go-Round," a half-hour film adaptation of Bradbury's "The Bla ...
Felon... n 2008, Kilmer starred alongside Stephen Dorff in the Sony and Stage 6 film. The film was given only a limited theatrical release in New York and Los ...
Annales de chimie et de physiqueIn 1816, along with Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, he started the, and in 1818 or 1819 he proceeded along with Biot to execute geodetic ope ...
Genesis... sians to worship fire. In many modern interpretations of the Hebrew text of10, it is Nimrod, the son of Cush, who founded Nineveh; other translations ...
Muqaddimah... peter) have traced back the concept even further to Ibn Khaldun, who in his(1377), described labour as the source of value, necessary for all earning ...
Popular Mechanics... turbocharged "family cars" with the Saab 99 Turbo, which has been listed byas the second best turbocharged car ever made
No ExitJean-Paul Sartre wrotein 1944, an existentialist play originally published in French as Huis Clo ...
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang... ywood to star in such harrowing pre-Code films as the original Scarface and, for which he received his second Oscar nomination for Best Actor. The ac ...
'R Xmas... he Blackout, which Delia scored. Schoolly also wrote the score to Ferrara's. In 2006, Schoolly D co-wrote the indie film soundtrack of the historical ...
Impromptu... er Daltrey as Liszt, and by Bernadette Peters in the 1991 James Lapine film, which last dramatized encounters between d'Agoult, Liszt (Julian Sands), ...
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Times-Standard... e a Year" for the Western region (California, Nevada, Arizona) in 2005. Theis the only major regional daily publication covering Arcata. Arcata also ...
Gospel of John... and Jesus Christ; though, Wick argues that the use of wine symbolism in the, including the story of the Marriage at Cana at which Jesus turns water i ...
The New York TimesIn 1948,published a letter signed by a number of prominent Jewish figures includin ...
Black SunIn his book, Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke claimed that the UDA had links with Neo-Nazi gr ...
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Disney AdventuresAs a promotional campaign comics of Lilo & Stitch were run inprior to the films release. The comics detailed events leading up to the f ...
The Russia House... ed October (1990) (where he was reportedly called in at two weeks' notice),(1990), The Rock (1996), and Entrapment (1999). In 1996, he voiced the rol ...
Marie Antoinette... unst's next film role was the title character in the 2006 biographical film. Adapted from Antonia Fraser's book , the film was Dunst's second with di ...
The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit... three of Ray Bradbury's stories were adapted for the stage. These included, The Day It Rained Forever and Device Out Of Time. The latter was adapted ...
Of Plymouth Plantation... er, Winthrop's writings echoed those of other Puritans: "William Bradford's(unpublished until 1856), Edward Johnson's Wonder-Working Providence of Si ...
The Saint... Darkness. The next year he played Simon Templar in the popular action film,. In 1998, he lent his voice to the animated film The Prince of Egypt as M ...
Fire Over England... he film Elizabeth. He was a prominent supporting character in the 1937 film, starring Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, and Flora Robson. Burghley (spe ...
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Citizen Kane... ays and create new illusions. One early showcase for Dunn was Orson Welles', where such locations as Xanadu (and some of Gregg Toland's famous 'deep ...
The 6th Day... allegations that Schwarzenegger touched her breast during a press event forin London. She claimed Walsh and Main libeled her in a Los Angeles Times a ...
Fritz the Cat... were released with an X rating such as Midnight Cowboy, A Clockwork Orange,, Last Tango in Paris and The Evil Dead
House of Dark Shadows... ews Mansion in South Norwalk, Connecticut, was also used for some scenes in. Some outdoors shots for the series were filmed in the famous Sleepy Holl ...
Korea TimesOn December 29, 2009, Samsung sued Mike Breen, and thefor $1 million, claiming criminal defamation over a satirical column publi ...
Pumping Iron... ng a marijuana joint after winning Mr. Olympia in the 1975 documentary film. In an interview with GQ magazine in October 2007, Schwarzenegger said, " ...
To Fly!The 1976 IMAX filma history of human flight, directed by Jim Freeman and Greg MacGillivray a ...
Quills... ed for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), a conflicted priest in(2000), a washed-up baseball player in M. Night Shyamalan's Signs (2002), ...
Sex Drive... , Where the Boys Are '84 (1984), Stella (1990), 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) and(2008)
The Hunt for Red October... e (1989), in which he played Henry Jones Sr., the title character's father,(1990) (where he was reportedly called in at two weeks' notice), The Russi ...
Cannonball Run II... gether in the film Cannonball Run, and were joined by Sinatra in the sequel. This would be the last time that the three would appear in a movie toget ...
Gulliver's TravelsA Yahoo is a legendary being in the novel(1726) by Jonathan Swift
This Year's Model... vid standard "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself" – the band recorded(1978). Some of the more popular tracks include the British hit "(I Don't ...
Genesis... s likely to have been taken from Aser, or Asher, the eighth son of Jacob in. Old Testament names were common in Wales at the time, but it has been su ...
The James Bond Dossier... spy, either under a pseudonym or uncredited. In 1965, he wrote the popularunder his own name. That same year, he wrote The Book of Bond, or, Every M ...
Sports Illustrated... ip's primary industries are coal mining and electricity production. For theMagazine's 50th anniversary, it named the top sports town in Montana. The ...
SlateHowever, an investigation by lawyer and journalist Ben Sheffner formagazine found no evidence of Shanté's claims. She was never signed to a W ...
Torn Curtain... r. He filmed two spy thrillers set with Cold War-related themes. The first,(1966), with Paul Newman and Julie Andrews, displays the bitter end of the ...
Premiere... can press, and the years since have seen its critical regard wane. In 2005,named American Beauty as one of 20 "most overrated movies of all time"; Me ...
Empire... ools and Horses. It was also ranked as the 20th Best TV Show of All Time bymagazine
First Folio... he Fifth (in the First Quarto text) and The Life of Henry the Fifth (in thetext). It tells the story of King Henry V of England, focusing on events i ...
Vanity Fair... and Alienate People, an adaptation of the memoir of the same name by formercontributing editor Toby Young. After she signed on to the film, she revea ...
Mass in B Minor... resented the United States debut of German Lutheran Johann Sebastian Bach'sin the city's Central Moravian Church
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... odus in Ridley Scott's Gladiator (2000) (for which he was nominated for the), a conflicted priest in Quills (2000), a washed-up baseball player in M. ...
Göta Canal... llhätte Canal. The river and the canal is part of a mostly inland waterway,, which spans the width of Sweden to the Baltic Sea south of Stockholm
Paramount Pictures... Paramount Theaters, a firm which was broken off from former parent companyby decree of the U.S. government. The WJZ callsign has since been reassign ...
The San Francisco Examiner... er. Hearst entered the publishing business in 1887, after taking control offrom his father. Moving to New York City, he acquired The New York Journal ...
The Cat's MeowIn 2001, Bogdanovich resurfaced with. Returning once again to a reworking of the past, this time the supposed ...
Ali G Indahouse... in 2000 and on HBO in 2003–2004, he is also the title character of the film. Cohen's character Ali G, along with Borat and Brüno, has been retired
IMAXThe 1976film To Fly! a history of human flight, directed by Jim Freeman and Greg M ...
Hey Good Lookin'... at of a completely live-action film. Making it work almost drove us crazy."is set in Brooklyn during the 1950s; its lead characters are Vinnie, the l ...
Paper Moon... many movies filmed on location in Boca Raton, including Paper Lion (1968),(1973), Caddyshack (1980), Caddyshack II (1984), Where the Boys Are '84 (1 ...
Metropolis... ay; as late as 1927, films featuring expressionistic acting styles, such as, were still being released. Some viewers liked the flamboyant acting for ...
Coonskin... uring editing, the title was changed to Coonskin No More..., and finally to. Bakshi hired several African American animators to work on Coonskin, inc ...
The Trouble with HarryAlfred Hitchcock shot the scenery for his 1955 moviein Craftsbury. Ostensibly, the movie takes place entirely in town. Exterio ...
The Island of Dr Moreau... reputation of being very difficult on sets. John Frankenheimer, director of, is quoted as saying, There are two things I would never do again in my l ...
The Untouchables... owing year, his acclaimed performance as a hard-nosed Irish-American cop in(1987) earned him the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, his sole no ...
Love Story... hter of the Mind (1969), in which he was reunited with Gene Tierney, and in(1970). He also made many television appearances. He starred from 1953–195 ...
restarted... ed. In January 2010 it was announced that the Spider-Man franchise would be, thus dropping Dunst, Maguire, and Raimi from the film series
Road Show... ton features prominently in the 2008 Stephen Sondheim/John Weidman musical,, which centers on the lives of Addison Mizner and his brother Wilson Mizn ...
White Tiger... nere (1916), Janet Gaynor in Sunrise, Priscilla Dean in Outside the Law and, and Lillian Gish and Greta Garbo in most of their performances made rest ...
Billboard... April 1977 the album had sold 70,000 copies in France. When interviewed inmagazine, Dreyfus's director Stanislas Witold said "In a sense we're putti ...
The Dawn Patrol... made several films in the new medium, most notably Son of the Gods (1930),(1930), The Last Flight (1931), and The Cabin in the Cotton (1932), Centra ...
The Wire... er, subsequently published in the November issue of the British publicationasking what advice he would give these young musicians. Stockhausen made s ...
film trilogy... ed La Condition Humaine, Hannah Arendt’s book (1958) and Masaki Kobayashi’s(1959-1961). Ningen no joken I, the first instalment the Human Condition t ...
Ketuvim... division of the Hebrew Bible, Torah ("Teaching"), Nevi'im ("Prophets") and("Writings")
King of New York... nough For You? which was played during the climactic shoot-out in Ferrara's; the title track of this movie from How a Black Man Feels and "Signifying ...
Air & Space... in its collections, publishes two magazines named Smithsonian (monthly) and(bimonthly), and employs the Smithsonian Police to protect visitors, staff ...
The Emperor's New Groove... en better than such attempts by the studio to do so as Treasure Planet, and
Histories... y have been the name of the district where Sardis stood. Later, Herodotus (i. 7) adds that the "Meiones" were renamed Lydians after their king, Lydus ...
Baseball America... minor-leaguer Cameron Maybin, an athletic five-tool outfielder ranked #6 in's 2007 Top-100 Prospects. The Tigers suffered from injuries in the 2007 s ...
comics magazine... t moved to France and began a series of short Corto Maltese stories for thePif gadget, an arrangement lasting four years and producing many 20 page s ...
Highlander... more commercial material was revived. That same year, a supporting role inshowcased his ability to play older mentors to younger leads, which would ...
USA Today... wards a hoax or delusion than to sightings of a genuine creature. In a 1996article titled "Bigfoot Merely Amuses Most Scientists", Washington State z ...
J'accuse... fred Dreyfus and of an attendant cover-up began to spread, chiefly owing to, a vehement public open letter published in a Paris newspaper in January ...
Treasure Planet... peals to older children better than such attempts by the studio to do so as, and The Emperor's New Groove
Anatomy of a Murder... t innovation, such as jazz star Duke Ellington's score for Otto Preminger's(1959)
Citizen Kane... laboration between Stewart and Hitchcock. The film is ranked second (behind) in the 2002 Sight & Sound decade poll. It was premiered in the San Sebas ...
Fritz the Cat... l Walter Ross, Norman McCabe and John Sparey, welcomed Bakshi and felt thatwould bring diversity to the animation industry. Other animators were less ...
Associated Collegiate Press... Princeton Review, and received the 2004–5 National Pacemaker Award from the. Founded in 1977, WXYC 89.3 FM is UNC's student radio station that broadc ...
The Book of Bond... popular The James Bond Dossier under his own name. That same year, he wrote, or, Every Man His Own 007, a tongue-in-cheek how-to manual about being a ...
Forbidden Planet... or process. Many films became landmarks in special-effects accomplishments:used matte paintings, animation, and miniature work to create spectacular ...
All Good Things... next role was in a leading role opposite Ryan Gosling in the romantic drama(2010) in which she portrays a woman from a run-down neighborhood who goes ...
Chicago TribuneOn October 2, 2007, Thepublished a special report into the attack, containing numerous previously ...
Outside the Law... the Italian film Cenere (1916), Janet Gaynor in Sunrise, Priscilla Dean inand White Tiger, and Lillian Gish and Greta Garbo in most of their perform ...
The Life of Emile Zola... He then went on to play other historical figures, including Emile Zola, in(1937) and Juarez (1939)
The Noose... performers, starring in such classics as The Patent Leather Kid (1927) and(1928); he was nominated for Best Actor at the first Academy Awards for hi ...
The Maltese BippyThe comedy filmfeatured several actors from the series
The Insider... ted for eight Academy Awards; its closest rivals, The Cider House Rules and, received seven nominations each. In March 2000, the major industry labor ...
Variety... 90 minutes of violence, excitement, and SEX ... he's X-rated and animated!"called it an "amusing, diverting, handsomely executed poke at youthful att ...
Freedom at Midnight... y his son-in-law Lord Brabourne and Dominique Lapierre, and Larry Collins's(of which he was the main quoted source) — his record is seen as very mixe ...
Book of BaruchThe Septuagint version of Jeremiah also includes theand the Epistle of Jeremiah. Jerome's says he excluded them: "And the Book ...
The ScotsmanClare Hollingworth, the Daily Telegraph andcorrespondent in Jerusalem during 1948 wrote several outspoken reports aft ...
Batman & Robin... a salary of $6 million. George Clooney replaced Kilmer as Batman in 1997's
Elizabeth R... Ian McDiarmid. He was also portrayed by Ronald Hines in the 1971 TV series
Oscar-nominatedRichard Semler "Dick" Barthelmess (May 9, 1895 – August 17, 1963) was ansilent film star
western themes... me with eight medals. Current resident Edward J. Fraughton is a sculptor ofand inventor. Fraughton invented technology used in Automatic dependent su ...
The Cider House Rules... American Beauty was nominated for eight Academy Awards; its closest rivals,and The Insider, received seven nominations each. In March 2000, the major ...
My Darling Clementine... d his story in a 1946 book that director John Ford developed into the movie. After the movie Gunfight at the O.K. Corral was released in 1957, the sh ...
Allmusic... middle of the 1960s, when the singer-songwriter Bob Dylan began his career.editor Stephen Thomas Erlewine attributes The Beatles' shift toward intros ...
Country LifeAfter seeing photographs of St. Donat's Castle inmagazine, the Welsh Vale of Glamorgan property was bought and revitalized ...
The Story of Louis Pasteur... Bros. to take a financial risk by producing its first historical biography,. This became Muni's first of many later biographical roles, and in it he ...
A Clockwork Orange... al mainstream films were released with an X rating such as Midnight Cowboy,, Fritz the Cat, Last Tango in Paris and The Evil Dead
Magnalia Christi Americana... -Working Providence of Sions Saviour in New England (1654), Cotton Mather's(1702), and Winthrop's Journal were efforts both to discern the divine pat ...
The Advertiser... y"—on Jason Schwartzman's 2007 solo album Nighttiming. In an interview with, Dunst explained that she has no plans to follow the steps of other actor ...
Song Without EndShe was portrayed by Geneviève Page in the 1960 film, opposite Dirk Bogarde as Liszt, by Fiona Lewis in the 1975 Ken Russell f ...
The Name of the Rose... years did not make any films. Following the successful European production(1986), for which he won a BAFTA award, Connery's interest in more commerc ...
Jewish EncyclopediaAccording to the, "a comparison of the Masoretic text with the Septuagint throws some ligh ...
North by Northwest... ee more successful films. Two are also recognised as among his best movies:(1959) and Psycho (1960). The third film was The Birds (1963)
Galaxy... comes unendurable, an affront to the patience and intelligence of readers".reviewer Floyd C. Gale gave the original edition a mixed review, saying "t ...
Deutsche Mythologie... has been connected to the Anglo-Saxon goddess Eostre by Jacob Grimm in his
Computer Games Magazine... Garriott (also known as Lord British), who stated in a 2001 interview with's Cindy Yans that
Upside Down... Dunst is due to appear in Juan Diego Solanas' science fiction-romance filmco-starring Jim Sturgess. Dunst has also recently filmed the short film Th ...
The Guardian... (taken over by the daily chess columnist, Malcolm Pein) but has switched to
Tangled... and along with The Emperors New Groove, Bolt, The Princess and the Frog andwas one of only five Walt Disney Feature Animation/Walt Disney Animation S ...
The Warriors... ealand hip hop began from such elements as the release of the 1979 US movie, and the rise of the breakdancing craze, both of which emanated from New ...
It's All About Love... s (2002), the irresolute husband of a superstar-skater in the widely pannedin 2003, a lovestruck farmer in Shyamalan's The Village (2004), a disillus ...
A Bridge Too Far... der on the Orient Express (1974) with Vanessa Redgrave and John Gielgud and(1977) co-starring Dirk Bogarde and Laurence Olivier
Paramount Pictures... rth America. The international rights were owned originally by Rysher, then/Television after that company acquired Rysher. CBS Paramount Internationa ...
Molecular Diversity... niversity, UK and the Darwin Centre, Pembrokeshire, defined a fourth level:
The Daily Telegraph... day Times. Ex-world championship finalist Nigel Short wrote each Sunday for(taken over by the daily chess columnist, Malcolm Pein) but has switched t ...
Less Than ZeroThough Ellis made his debut at 21 with the controversial 1985 bestseller, a zeitgeist novel about amoral young people in Los Angeles, the work he ...
Piccadilly... st appearance on film was as an uncredited extra on the Arnold Bennett film(1929). After some unproductive extra work, which never reached the screen ...
The New York Times... on Google Search as favorable comments. The particular problem addressed inarticle, which involved DecorMyEyes, was addressed shortly thereafter by a ...
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert... ian people and aspects of Australian culture, such as the Crocodile Dundee,and Mad Max movies, the Australian beer XXXX, Vegemite, thongs, cork hats, ...
Picnic... ith older roles in a large number of movies, giving notable performances in(1955), A Majority of One (1961), Five Finger Exercise (1962), Gypsy (1962 ...
Whatever Works... d's character, Melodie St. Ann Celestine, in the Woody Allen fictional filmis from Eden, Mississippi
Almagest... rved globe and developed the system of latitude, longitude, and climes. Hiswas written in Greek and only translated into Latin in the 11th century fr ...
The Doors... everal delays, director Oliver Stone finally started production on the film, based on the band of the same name. Kilmer memorized the lyrics to all o ...
The Children of SanchezIn the unique experience in Hollywood, Zavattini written for the screen(1978) based on Oscar Lewis’s book of the same title, a classic study of a ...
Paramount Pictures... le finally found a white knight in United Paramount Theaters. Divorced fromat the end of 1949 by the U.S. Supreme Court decision United States v. Par ...
License to Drive... ter part of the 1980s with films The Goonies and together The Lost Boys andamong other films. They were dubbed "the two Coreys". Before Corey Haim's ...
Mad Max Beyond ThunderdomeWorld Championship Wrestling's Thundercage, based on the film, is a large domed structure of steel bars engulfing the ring. Although it ...
documentary recordings... e way the film's hippies and hoodlums viewed the city. Many scenes featuredof real conversations in place of scripted dialogue—this too would become ...
All Good Things... on. In late March she checked out of the treatment center and began filming. In May she went public with this information in order to highlight the s ...
Oxford English Dictionary... glish "gamen", meaning "game" or "play". The earliest use documented by thewas in 1650
Gertie the Dinosaur... of motion, was accomplished with drawings (most notably by Winsor McCay in) and with three-dimensional models (most notably by Willis O'Brien in The ...
Fantasia... and forth between live action and the silver screen. The 1940 animated film, which is eight different animation sequences set to music, can be consid ...
Allmusic... wd, snatched up a fan, and bitten off his head." Stephen Thomas Erlewine ofcommented that "their blend of industrial noise, grinding metal guitars, a ...
The Economist... gh" Human Development Index, ranking 29th in the world in 2011, and 22nd on's 2005 worldwide quality-of-life index. According to Eurostat data, GDP p ...
The Real McCoy... y 1990s, Kilmer starred in the mystery thriller Thunderheart, action comedyand again teamed with Top Gun director Tony Scott to play Elvis in True Ro ...
Gypsy... es in Picnic (1955), A Majority of One (1961), Five Finger Exercise (1962),(1962), and The Trouble with Angels (1966)
Operation Crossbow... entered popular consciousness from Reitsch's fictional exploits in the film
Great Mass in C minor... ion with death or the supernatural. This includes the Requiem (K626, 1791),(K423, 1783), Coronation Mass (C major) (K317, 1779), several other masses ...
The Informer... ritish International Pictures studio on Arthur Robison's 1929 production of. While he was working on The Informer he was asked to test for a producti ...
The Broken Melody... by appearing, with several other "Paulines", in a cabaret scene in the film—the students were chosen because St. Paul's required (and requires) forma ...
The Trouble with Angels... ), A Majority of One (1961), Five Finger Exercise (1962), Gypsy (1962), and(1966)
The Case for IsraelAlan Dershowitz wrote in his bookthat unlike the Haganah, the policy of the Irgun had been to encourage the ...
Soul Power... urn to tour Latin America; her performance in Zaire is included in the film. In the late 1970s, she participated in an Eastern Air Lines commercial i ...
Oxford English Dictionary... he Real Academia Española, and the authoritative dictionaries (for example,, Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, Chambers Dictionary, Collins ...
Critique of the Gotha Program... sses as "ascribing a supernatural creative power to labour", arguing in thethat
Cheerleader Camp... Leif Garrett movies from the decade include Delta Fever and the horror film
Record Retailer... s of singles "Please Please Me" number 1 on most lists but only number 2 on) and "Love Me Do" (number 17)
The Lancet... lts of his experimental treatment of patients at Craiglockhart in paper for, "On the Repression of War Experience", and began to record interesting c ...
Chambers Dictionary... ple, Oxford English Dictionary, Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English,, Collins Dictionary) record usage rather than prescribe it. In addition, ...
Animal Crackers... s named Captain Calvin Spalding in an obvious nod to Groucho's character in, Captain Geoffrey T. Spaulding
Less Than ZeroEllis' first novel,, a tale of disaffected, rich teenagers of Los Angeles, was praised by cri ...
The Flying Scotsman... Castleton Knight and was hired for his first acting role as Jim Edwards, in. Milland, in his autobiography, recalls that it was on this film that it ...
The Last Picture Show... ailed by a critics as a "Wellesian" wunderkind when his best-received film,, was released in 1971. The film gained eight Academy Awards nominations, ...
The Daily Tar HeelThe student run newspaperis ranked highly by The Princeton Review, and received the 2004–5 National ...
Mame... for reprising her role as Auntie Mame when its Broadway musical adaptationwas set for production in 1966. She claimed to have turned it down since s ...
New York Stories... t in Oedipus Wrecks, a short film directed by Woody Allen for the anthology(1989). At the age of 12, Dunst gained widespread recognition playing the ...
Rolling Stone... –McCartney (originally credited "McCartney–Lennon"), early evidence of whatlater called "[their invention of] the idea of the self-contained rock ban ...
Nickelodeon... from making silents to talkies. Peter Bogdanovich's affectionate 1976 filmdeals with the turmoil of silent filmmaking in Hollywood during the early ...
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen... tical disappointments such as First Knight (1995), The Avengers (1998), and(2003), but he also received positive reviews, including his performance i ...
Italian neorealism... tnership that produced some two dozen films, including such masterpieces ofa
The Lord of the Rings... ws for the film (included on the DVD release) that he was offered a role inseries, declining it due to "not understanding the script." CNN reported t ...
Aeneid... drink the waters of the Lethe in order to forget their earthly life. In the, Virgil writes that it is only when the dead have had their memories eras ...
Paramount PicturesStar Trek Generations is a 1994 American science fiction film released by. Generations is the seventh feature film based on the Star Trek televisio ...
Book of Esther... n Shavuot; Lamentations on the Ninth of Av; Ecclesiastes on Sukkot; and theon Purim. Collectively, the Ketuvim contain lyrical poetry, philosophical ...
Salsa... began a crossover of sorts, when she participated in the 1988 feature film, alongside Robby Draco Rosa
King of New YorkIn the DVD extra on the, Schoolly D falsely claims to have invented the sport of snowboarding by ...
School Library Journal... Cauldron) was a 1966 Newbery Honor Book; the fourth (Taran Wanderer) was aBest Book of the Year; the fifth and concluding volume (The High King) won ...
The Princess Bride... e worked on several drafts over the years while Reiner made Stand By Me and. Billy Crystal came on board when the project was called Boy Meets Girl a ...
The Wealth of Nations... ent of the political and sociological analyses, culminating in Adam Smith's. One of the main arguments for capitalism, presented for example in the b ...
Silent Hill... he American mass media industry. He was behind the screenplays of the filmsand Beowulf. Before that he had worked on Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, ...
ARTnews... y Chicago, who with a team of 129 created The Dinner Party, said in 2009 to, "There is still an institutional lag and an insistence on a male Eurocen ...
The Lady from the Sea... month contract, in which Milland starred in two more Knight directed films,and The Plaything. Believing that his acting was poor, and that he had won ...
McHale's NavyIn the 1997 movie, Air Sea Rescue boats were used
The Incredible Hulk... e Courtship of Eddie's Father, and Dr. David Banner on the CBS drama series
Entrapment... led in at two weeks' notice), The Russia House (1990), The Rock (1996), and(1999). In 1996, he voiced the role of Draco the dragon in the film Dragon ...
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind... included the romantic comedy Wimbledon (2004), the romantic science fiction(2004) and Cameron Crowe's tragicomedy Elizabethtown (2005). She played th ...
City of AngelsIn 1998, an American remake calledwas released. The setting was Los Angeles and starred Meg Ryan and Nicolas ...
His Girl Friday... e as a fast-talking newspaper reporter in the Howard Hawks screwball comedy, as well as the role of Mame Dennis in the film Auntie Mame. She won all ...
The American Scholar... rterly to all contributing members and biannually to all other members, and, a quarterly subscription-based journal that accepts essays on literature ...
MGMIn between stage work, Milland was approached byvice-president Robert Rubin, who had seen the film The Flying Scotsman. MG ...
In This Our LifeIn 1942, he directed two more hits,(1942), starring Bette Davis, and Across the Pacific, another thriller sta ...
Heat... lm, and that same year, he starred opposite Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in, which is now considered one of the best crime/drama films of the 1990s. ...
The Kid... budget salute to sentimental silent comedies particularly Charlie Chaplin's
Little Lord Fauntleroy... alentino in The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1921) and Mary Pickford in(1921), and changed the spelling of her name to "Bette" after Honoré de Ba ...
Star Trek... , and video games. Karl Urban assumed the role of the character in the 2009film
The Improving State of the World... One of the main arguments for capitalism, presented for example in the book, is that industrialisation increases wealth for all, as evidenced by rais ...
Payment Deferred... onth contract, based in Hollywood. MGM started Milland out in films such as(1932) starring Charles Laughton
Euclid's Elements... r 2,500 years. Several notable literary works, including the Homeric epics,and the New Testament, were originally written in Greek
Zyklus... ète Gesang der Jünglinge, Gruppen for three orchestras, the percussion solo, Kontakte, the cantata Momente, the live-electronic Mikrophonie I, Hymnen ...
Across the Pacific... directed two more hits, In This Our Life (1942), starring Bette Davis, and, another thriller starring Humphrey Bogart
Auntie Mame... ball comedy His Girl Friday, as well as the role of Mame Dennis in the film. She won all 5 Golden Globes for which she was nominated, and was tied wi ...
Stitch! The MovieOn August 26, 2003, Disney released a direct-to-video sequel,, which served as the pilot to a TV series titled . This series ran for 65 ...
The Island of Dr Moreau... film, Dead Girl, and starred alongside Marlon Brando in the poorly received. That year, Kilmer starred alongside Michael Douglas in the thriller The ...
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The Dinner Party... g over the past four decades". Judy Chicago, who with a team of 129 created, said in 2009 to ARTnews, "There is still an institutional lag and an ins ...
the film... -on-humor vision of the film was met with unanimously negative reviews whenwas released in 2009. Despite setbacks as a screenwriter, Ellis teamed up ...
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My Fair Lady... ousel, The Mikado, Guys and Dolls, The Pirates of Penzance, Me and My Girl,, The Yeoman of the Guard, Gigi, Fiddler on the Roof, The Gondoliers, Anyt ...
The Rock... he was reportedly called in at two weeks' notice), The Russia House (1990),(1996), and Entrapment (1999). In 1996, he voiced the role of Draco the dr ...
The Washington Times... was imprisoned, is the largest employer in Alderson. Marguerite Higgins ofsaid that the fact that Stewart was sent to FPC Alderson was "a boon" for ...
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Dandelion Wine... Forever and Device Out Of Time. The latter was adapted from his 1957 novel. The plays debuted at the Coronet Theater in Hollywood and featured Booth ...
Sports Illustrated... remain unbeaten until the clap skate era. For his performance, he was namedmagazine's Sportsman of the Year in 1994, together with Bonnie Blair. In a ...
The Rules of Attraction... play at the 67th Academy Awards. He also directed the films Killing Zoe andamong other film and television projects
Leroy & Stitch... and re-home Jumba's remaining experiments. This series ended with TV movie, which was released on June 27, 2006
The Goonies... Corey Haim became teen idols during the later part of the 1980s with filmsand together The Lost Boys and License to Drive among other films. They we ...
The Lost Weekend... ard for Best Actor for his portrayal of an alcoholic in Billy Wilder's film(1945). He was the first Welsh actor to ever win an Oscar. Milland gave th ...
Vanity Fair... , Ellis teamed up with acclaimed director Gus Van Sant in 2009 to adapt thearticle "The Golden Suicides" into a film of the same name, depicting the ...
The Lost Boys... dols during the later part of the 1980s with films The Goonies and togetherand License to Drive among other films. They were dubbed "the two Coreys". ...
Variety... les Isherwood of The New York Times called it "dismal" and Steven Suskin ofwrote that it had "a tunestack only one quarter as imperishable" as Jersey ...
Faraway, So Close!The film was followed by a sequel,, in 1993. In 1998, an United States remake called City of Angels was rele ...
The Jazz SingerAlthough the release of(1927) by Warner Brothers marked the first commercially successful sound f ...
Wonderful Town... e by an Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Ruth in the Broadway show(a musical based on the film My Sister Eileen, in which she also starred)
For Hope... senter Bob Saget, a board member of the SRF, directed the 1996 ABC TV movie, starring Dana Delany, which depicts a young woman fatally affected by sc ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... ay. Reese Witherspoon, who portrayed June Carter Cash in the film and won afor her performance, stated during an interview that when they first perfo ...
London After Midnight... irang (1926); Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1927); The Great Gatsby (1926); and(1927). Though most lost silent films will never be recovered, in film arc ...
How to Rap... comes Big Daddy Kane — instead of going three words, he’s going multiple”.explains that "rhyme is often thought to be the most important factor in r ...
Billboard... ist Frank Wess and guitarist Joy Berliner. The soundtrack went to #1 on theTraditional Jazz Chart and was within the top 50 on the Billboard 200. Con ...
New York Evening Journal... started his well-known "More Truth Than Poetry" column at the Hearst-owned
spin-off... er Valerie Malone. Shannen Doherty has appeared as Brenda Walsh in the 2008series, 90210 along with former costars Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Ann G ...
Jesse James... iness. Shadow Lake established a national reputation in 1938 when the moviewas filmed in McDonald County. Shadow Lake was the headquarters for stars ...
Moscow News... ith Lev Fedorov, he told the secret Novichok story exposed in the newspaper
The Short Night... his life, Hitchcock had worked on the script for a projected spy thriller,, collaborating with screenwriters James Costigan and Ernest Lehman. Despi ...
New York Post... w York City dailies, including The New York Times, New York Daily News, and, which are all headquartered in the borough. The nation's largest financi ...
Religio Medici... nymous Hermetical also occurs in the 17th century. Sir Thomas Browne in hisof 1643 wrote "Now besides these particular and divided Spirits, there may ...
Walking Tall... ob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969); the protagonist's son Mike Pusser from themovies (1973, 1975, 1977) and the recurring role of Zack Russell on the AB ...
Star TrekFor the 2009 reboot film, writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman saw McCoy as an "arbiter" in Kirk ...
The Battle of San Pietro... r II: Report from the Aleutians (1943), about soldiers preparing for combat;(1944), the story (censored by the Army) of a failure by America's intell ...
Britain's Best Sitcom... t created by the British Film Institute. Also in the 2004 TV poll to find "", Blackadder was voted the second-best British sitcom of all time, topped ...
Makkal Osai... riental Daily News; and the Tamil dailies Tamil Nesan, Malaysia Nanban, and. The Malay Mail is an English weekly. Nanyang Siang Pau is a Chinese-lang ...
The Lawton Constitutionis the only daily newspaper published in the county and has a circulation ...
Under Two Flags... age; but, instead of helping her, Lloyd cast her as a wealthy aristocrat in(1936)
Batman... veral summer blockbuster films, like Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and. The film went into wide release on July 21, 1989, and grossed $8.8 milli ...
SkidooGroucho appeared as a gangster named God in the movie(1968), co-starring Jackie Gleason and Carol Channing, directed by Otto Pr ...
Town and Country... till appear, including such periodicals as Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping,and Harper's Bazaar
Los Angeles Times... Shriver moving out of the couple's Brentwood mansion. On May 16, 2011, therevealed that Schwarzenegger had fathered a son more than fourteen years e ...
Banished... to write the essay The United States of Lyncherdom. A 2007 PBS documentary,, featured the incident
The Wall Street Journal... all headquartered in the borough. The nation's largest financial newspaper,, is also based there. Other daily newspapers include AM New York and The ...
The Cat's Meow... also sang the jazz song "After You've Gone" for the end credits of the film(2001)
Colossal bust of Ramesses II... chases from Henry Salt, British Consul General in Egypt, beginning with thein 1818, laid the foundations of the collection of Egyptian Monumental Scu ...
Blackboard Jungle... ning to encounter American rock and roll, initially through films including(1955) and Rock Around the Clock (1955). Both movies contained the Bill Ha ...
Report from the Aleutians... films that some critics rank as "among the finest made about World War II:(1943), about soldiers preparing for combat; The Battle of San Pietro (194 ...
The Women... n 1939, she was cast as catty gossip Sylvia Fowler in the all-female comedy, directed by George Cukor. The film was a major hit, boosting her career ...
His Girl Friday... O'Neal, a screwball comedy indebted to Hawks's Bringing Up Baby (1938) and(1940). Despite his reliance on homage to bygone cinema, Bogdanovich solid ...
Arirang... e Apostle, the world's first animated feature film (1917); Cleopatra (1917);(1926); Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1927); The Great Gatsby (1926); and Lon ...
Tamil Nesan... Sin Chew Daily, China Press, and Oriental Daily News; and the Tamil dailies, Malaysia Nanban, and Makkal Osai. The Malay Mail is an English weekly. N ...
Paramount PicturesGlenn Miller made his first movie appearance in the 1935release The Big Broadcast of 1936 as a member of the Ray Noble Orchestra p ...
Prut(h)enic... common predecessor, Teutonic Prussia. The adjectival form of the name was ""
Quarterly Review... ary Somerville's On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences published in the. Whewell's suggestion of the term was partly satirical, a response to cha ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... e president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She won thetwice, was the first person to accrue 10 Academy Award nominations for act ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... ayed and sung by Phoenix and Witherspoon. In 2005, he was nominated for the, and won a Golden Globe in the same category
Bringing Up Baby... ng Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal, a screwball comedy indebted to Hawks's(1938) and His Girl Friday (1940). Despite his reliance on homage to bygon ...
Acta Lapponica... zed and became the standard terminology by the work of Johannes Schefferus,(1673), but was also used earlier by Olaus Magnus in his Description of th ...
The Doors... ole as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Batman Forever, Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's, he became popular in the mid-1980s after a string of appearances in come ...
The Queen's SisterDavid Threlfall played him in a TV movie,(2005)
Mourning Becomes Electra... nd Take a Letter, Darling (1942), dramas including Sister Kenny (1946), and(1947), and a murder mystery The Velvet Touch (1948)
Copacabana... ad grown a real mustache (which he had already sported earlier in the filmsand Love Happy)
DiscworldThe Last Continent is the twenty-secondnovel by Terry Pratchett. First published in 1998, it mocks the aspects of ...
The Big Broadcast of 1936... ller made his first movie appearance in the 1935 Paramount Pictures releaseas a member of the Ray Noble Orchestra performing "Why Stars Come Out at N ...
The Great Gatsby... m (1917); Cleopatra (1917); Arirang (1926); Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1927);(1926); and London After Midnight (1927). Though most lost silent films w ...
Paramount Pictures... Trek feature film would feature the cast of the television spinoff series.executives approached The Next Generation producer Rick Berman in late 199 ...
The Outsiders... re Festival. Kilmer turned down a role in Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film,, as he had prior theatre commitments. That same year, his first off-stage ...
The Daily Telegraph... m industry portrayed the foreign legion as, in the words of Neil Tweedie of, having "a reputation as a haven for cut-throats, crooks and sundry fugit ...
The New York Times... marketed for children, but it was so popular among children and adults thatcreated a separate bestseller list. Another work dating back to the Victor ...
Nero Decree... o carry out a nationwide scorched earth policy, in what became known as the. Speer, who was looking to the future, actively resisted the order, just ...
North by Northwest... feature characters struggling in their relationships with their mothers. In(1959), Roger Thornhill (Cary Grant's character) is an innocent man ridicu ...
rebootFor the 2009film Star Trek, writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman saw McCoy as an "ar ...
Hollywood CanteenDavis was the co-founder of the, and was the first female president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts ...
The United States of Lyncherdom... mmunity fled the town. This incident prompted Mark Twain to write the essay. A 2007 PBS documentary, Banished, featured the incident
Famitsu... e magazine Family Computer, but it would not review it. Video game magazine, however, gave the game extensive coverage. Only 200,000 copies were to b ...
A Theory of Justice... eau, and John Locke. The original position figures prominently in his book,. It has influenced a variety of thinkers from a broad spectrum of philoso ...
Kiplinger's Personal Finance... ed San Angelo as one of the best cities to launch a small business. In 2010named San Angelo as one of the "Best Cities of the Next Decade"
The Apostle... ata. Major silent films presumed lost include Saved from the Titanic (1912);, the world's first animated feature film (1917); Cleopatra (1917); Arira ...
Best Actress... the course of her career, Russell earned four Academy Award nominations for: My Sister Eileen (1942); Sister Kenny (1946); Mourning Becomes Electra ( ...
The Age of Reason... o the imprisonment of Thomas Williams, the London printer of Thomas Paine's. Wilberforce's attempts to legislate against adultery and Sunday newspape ...
Time magazine... of 2007–2010 led to mainstream discussions as to whether "Marx was right".ran an article 'Rethinking Marx' and put Karl Marx on the cover of its Eur ...
The Guardian... h as the Project Arts Centre were hubs for collectives and new exhibitions.noted that Dublin's independent and underground arts flourished during the ...
Cleopatra... Titanic (1912); The Apostle, the world's first animated feature film (1917);(1917); Arirang (1926); Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1927); The Great Gatsby ...
The Chicago Manual of Style... d a form of clitic, and should not be confused with the interjection "Oh" (, 15th edition, section 5.197). However, as the Oxford English Dictionary ...
Far Eastern Economic Review... ndler and Michael Vickery. Nayan Chanda, the Indochina correspondent of the, is also very familiar with this period (through personal reporting, incl ...
Süddeutsche Zeitung... igure of 2.0 million expulsion deaths in an article in the German newspaperSince then Haar has published three articles in academic journals that cov ...
Game Informer... , magazines including issues 53 and 54 of Total! and the July 1996 issue offeatured reports of a new Game Boy, codenamed Project Atlantis. Although t ...
Oklahoma!... produced full scale productions of popular musicals and operettas including, Carousel, The Mikado, Guys and Dolls, The Pirates of Penzance, Me and My ...
My Sister Eileen... her career, Russell earned four Academy Award nominations for Best Actress:(1942); Sister Kenny (1946); Mourning Becomes Electra (1947); and the movi ...
Book of Common Prayer... etter Lane. On 19 December of that year, his sermon against bishops and theattracted hostile attention from apprentices, who smashed the premises's w ...
Bambi... her own: prominent examples of this include Snow White, Hansel and Gretel,and A Series of Unfortunate Events
Filmmaker... January 11, 2000, and won the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album.considered the score to be one of Newman's best, saying it "[enabled] the ...
Tiger Beat... enage girls, and lead to his first appearances in teenage magazines such as
New York Stories... edipus Wrecks, a short film that was released as one-third of the anthology(1989). Soon after, she landed a small part in The Bonfire of the Vanities ...
The Illustrated ManIn 1969,was brought to the big screen, starring Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom and Robe ...
Rolling Stone... oll Hall of Fame in 1996, and named one of the 100 best acts of all time byin 2004. Two of their songs, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" and "Tonight's th ...
Total!In 1996, magazines including issues 53 and 54 ofand the July 1996 issue of Game Informer featured reports of a new Game Bo ...
Das Reich... an extra zero to make [the total dead from the raid] 202,040." On 4 March,, a weekly newspaper founded by Goebbels, published a lengthy article emph ...
The Lost Weekend... emembered for his Academy Award–winning portrayal of an alcoholic writer in(1945), a sophisticated leading man opposite a corrupt John Wayne in Reap ...
The New York TimesThe ACLU supportedin its 1971 suit against the government, requesting permission to publish ...
Faraway, So Close!The story is concluded in Wenders' 1993 sequel, In weiter Ferne, so nah! ()
From Russia with Love... n 2005 he recorded voiceovers for a new video game version of his Bond film. In an interview on the game disc, Connery stated that he was very happy ...
Sibylline oracles... Byzantine encyclopedia, the Suda, credits the Hebrew Sibyl as author of the
De la pirotechnia... repeatedly until bonding occurred. In 1540, Vannoccio Biringuccio published, which includes descriptions of the forging operation. Renaissance crafts ...
The Candidate... theatrical film appearance; a brief, uncredited cameo in Michael Ritchie's(1972)
Annals of the Four MastersIn the, compiled in the 1630s, Magh nAla is misrepresented as Magh Eala, the Don ...
Oxford English Dictionary... (The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition, section 5.197). However, as thepoints out, "O" and "Oh" were originally used interchangeably. With the ad ...
movie version... ileen (1942); Sister Kenny (1946); Mourning Becomes Electra (1947); and theof Auntie Mame (1958). She received a Special Academy Award, the Jean Hers ...
Kerrang!... st push boundaries", said Till Lindemann in an interview with rock magazine. "We can't help it if people don't like those boundaries being pushed.
Love Story... -plotting husband in Dial M for Murder (1954), and as Oliver Barrett III in(1970)
SudaThe medieval Byzantine encyclopedia, the, credits the Hebrew Sibyl as author of the Sibylline oracles
Slate... etimes the two question counsel in seeming coordination. Dahlia Lithwick ofdescribed Scalia's technique
Kings Row... is said to have been Bellamann's model for the fictional town of the novel, which generated questions about the resemblance it had to individuals an ...
Berita Harian... es The Star, The New Straits Times, and the free The Sun; the Malay dailies, Utusan Malaysia, Harian Metro, and Kosmo!; the Chinese dailies Kwong Wah ...
KetuvimThe, or "Writings", may have been written or compiled during or after the Bab ...
The Conversation... e Directors Company subsequently produced only two more pictures, Coppola's(1974), which was nominated for Best Picture in 1974 alongside The Godfath ...
Newsday... 1971, the White House requested an audit of the tax return of the editor of, after he wrote a series of articles about the financial dealings of a fr ...
Tom Brown's Schooldays... adulthood. The school story became a common device for this, beginning with(1857) by Thomas Hughes and F.W. Farrar's Eric, or, Little by Little, alth ...
Harian Metro... es, and the free The Sun; the Malay dailies Berita Harian, Utusan Malaysia,, and Kosmo!; the Chinese dailies Kwong Wah Yit Poh, Sin Chew Daily, China ...
Coal Miner's DaughterHelm received many plaudits for his acting debut in, a biographical film about Loretta Lynn, and for his narration and small ...
Bibliotheca... giving the god the epithet Lykaios and establishing games in his honor. The, a Roman-era mythological compendium, adds the story that Lycaon attempte ...
Guitar WorldIn January 2007, the readers ofvoted May's guitar solos "Bohemian Rhapsody", "Brighton Rock" into the "to ...
We Own the Night... g social and economic change." He is also listed as a producer on the movie
How to RapIn the book, Masta Ace explains how Rakim and Big Daddy Kane caused a shift in the wa ...
SpycatcherPeter Wright, in his book, claimed that in 1967 Mountbatten attended a private meeting with press b ...
Libro de los juegos... had reached Iceland by the 13th century. In Spain, the Alfonso X manuscript, completed in 1283, describes rules for a number of dice and table games ...
silent film versionIn 2005, the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society produced aof Lovecraft's story The Call of Cthulhu. This film maintained a period-ac ...
The Christian Science Monitor... abia, southern Jordan, northern Iraq (Kurdistan), and Nicholas Birch of theclaims there is circumstantial evidence for its existence in Syria, wester ...
Marnie... r his role in The Untouchables. His film career also includes such films as, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusad ...
The Incredible Hulk... in Ang Lee's Hulk (2003), although in Spanish, and again in the 2008 movie, with an altered version in Portuguese). The pilot also starred Susan Sul ...
Mighty Joe Young... the late 1990s with box-office successes like The Devil's Advocate (1997),(1998), and The Cider House Rules (1999). She was on the cover of the Janu ...
Seattle Post-Intelligencer... merican, the Atlanta Georgian, the Chicago Examiner, the Detroit Times, the, the Washington Times, the Washington Herald, and his flagship the San Fr ...
Pif gadget... e and began a series of short Corto Maltese stories for the comics magazine, an arrangement lasting four years and producing many 20 page stories. In ...
In the Mouth of Madness... he was 12. The following year he acquired a minor role in John Carpenter's. From 1995 through 1999, he appeared in several movies and television sho ...
Thunderball... en 1962 and 1983 (six "official" Eon productions films and the non-officialremake, Never Say Never Again). In 1988, Connery won the Academy Award for ...
Winston-Salem Journal... well as nearby Jonesville and parts of Wilkes County and Yadkin County. Theand Mount Airy News, larger daily newspapers, also cover Surry County
Time... l imitation of the Davis mannerisms as Bette turns on herself in this one".magazine noted that Davis was compulsively watchable even while criticizin ...
Hulk... a catchphrase the world over (the phrase was used again, first in Ang Lee's(2003), although in Spanish, and again in the 2008 movie The Incredible Hu ...
My Fair LadyIn 1956, Lerner and Loewe'sfirst appeared. Their adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, with ...
The Bank... ter emotion into his pictures. The use of pathos was developed further with, released four films and four months later, as Chaplin chose to have a sa ...
documentary... 923 – 30 August 1994) was an Indian-born, British feature film, theatre anddirector, film critic, and leading light of the Free Cinema movement and t ...
Atlanta Georgian... 8 newspapers, among them the Los Angeles Examiner, the Boston American, the, the Chicago Examiner, the Detroit Times, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, ...
film... -off visitors, which is a tourist attraction in its own right. A song and anamed The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo need no explanation—they c ...
The Untouchables... 88, Connery won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in. His film career also includes such films as Marnie, The League of Extrao ...
Time Out... -Smith started his writing career in the late 1980s, with weekly columns inmagazine where he took over from Julie Burchill, the short-lived Sunday Co ...
She's So Lovely... ctress in a Drama. She went on to co-star with her husband in the 1997 film, for which she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Act ...
The Burning Times... ut of Time: The Story of Archaeologist Marija Gimbutas, Goddess Remembered,, and Full Circle. She participated in the Reclaiming CDs Chants: Ritual M ...
The Hunt for Red October... The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,, Highlander, Murder on the Orient Express, Dragonheart, and The Rock
Das Reich... ry of the raids since a March 1945 article in the Nazi-run weekly newspaperclaimed that this had occurred. For example, British historian Alexander M ...
Pathé News... o so by the Independent Television Authority (ITA) and the manager of theirsubsidiary Howard Thomas, who became the new company's managing director
Bourne series... sful films such as Saving Private Ryan (1998), the Ocean's trilogy, and the, while also gaining critical acclaim for his performances in dramas such ...
My Neighbor Totoro... e most famous examples being the Pokémon franchise and the pioneering anime
Stalag 17... Academy Award for Best Actor. Clift lost out to William Holden (who won for). Holden himself was surprised by his win. Allegedly, Clift was unpopular ...
Variety... best clubs, finally appearing at the celebrated Persian Room in 1945, withproclaiming, "Liberace looks like a cross between Cary Grant and Robert Al ...
The Birth of a Nation... include Victor Herbert's score in 1915 to The Fall of a Nation (a sequel to) and Camille Saint-Saëns' music for The Assassination of the Duke of Guis ...
The Devil's Advocate... d, and her career expanded in the late 1990s with box-office successes like(1997), Mighty Joe Young (1998), and The Cider House Rules (1999). She was ...
A Mathematical Theory of Communication... on. For patent reasons, the result was not published until 1950. In 1948, "", one of the founding works in information theory, was published by Claud ...
North Country... hat resulted in the court case Jenson v. Eveleth Taconite Co., and the film, which was based on it. Eveleth is home of the United States Hockey Hall ...
The Fall of a Nation... eir films. Other examples of this include Victor Herbert's score in 1915 to(a sequel to The Birth of a Nation) and Camille Saint-Saëns' music for The ...
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen... le in The Untouchables. His film career also includes such films as Marnie,, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Hunt for Red October, Highlander ...
Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women... diately. He worked with Corman on Targets, which starred Boris Karloff, and, under the pseudonym Derek Thomas. Bogdanovich later said of the Corman s ...
Top Gun... Blue Velvet before being cast as naval aviator "Iceman" in the action filmalongside Tom Cruise. Top Gun grossed a total of $344,700,000 worldwide. F ...
Goddess Remembered... to the films Signs Out of Time: The Story of Archaeologist Marija Gimbutas,, The Burning Times, and Full Circle. She participated in the Reclaiming C ...
same name... Hulk, based loosely on the Stan Lee and Jack Kirby Marvel comic book of the. Its success (coupled with some theatrical releases of the film in Europe ...
Los Angeles TimesIn a 2010article, former Happy Days writer Fred Fox Jr., who wrote the episode that ...
Ocean's trilogy... ed in commercially successful films such as Saving Private Ryan (1998), the, and the Bourne series, while also gaining critical acclaim for his perfo ...
Species... anager after he kept sending her scripts for films similar to Showgirls and. After several months in the city, she was cast in her first film part, a ...
Premiere... , an icon with a grand style, so even her excesses are realistic." In 2006,magazine ranked her portrayal of Margo Channing in the film as fifth on th ...
The Tramp... ase of his second production, A Night Out, to his third, The Champion. With, issued April 1915, Chaplin began to inject greater emotion into his pict ...
The Day Before Spring... way in 1943. It ran for 63 performances and was followed two years later by
Time... n received critical praise, both inside and outside of the comics industry.magazine, which noted that the series was "by common assent the best of br ...
Aeneid... ated that the Etruscans came from Lydia, repeated in Virgil's epic poem the, and Etruscan-like language was found on the Lemnos stele. However, recen ...
Nosferatu... of his music, for playing in smaller cinemas. Friedrich W. Murnau's movies(1922 - music by Hans Erdmann) and Faust – eine deutsche Volkssage (1926 - ...
Tillie's Punctured Romance... In November 1914, Chaplin appeared in the first feature length comedy film,, directed by Sennett. Chaplin only had a supporting role, but the movie's ...
Braveheart... ncluding The King's Speech, Martin Scorsese's The Departed, , Pulp Fiction,and Batman were edited on Lightworks
Cahiers du cinéma... ook Hitchcock At Work, written by Bill Krohn, the American correspondent of. Krohn, after investigating several script revisions, notes to other prod ...
The OutsidersParts of the 1983 film adaptation of S.E. Hinton's novel, "", were filmed in locations around Skiatook, as was the movie "the Eye of ...
PhysicsSome of Zeno's nine surviving paradoxes (preserved in Aristotle'sand Simplicius's commentary thereon) are essentially equivalent to one ano ...
A Night Out... . There was a month long wait between the release of his second production,, to his third, The Champion. With The Tramp, issued April 1915, Chaplin b ...
Wizards... passed on Tee-Witt, its designs served as the basis for Bakshi's 1977 film. While leaving the network offices, he learned that Paramount Pictures ha ...
BadlandsThe 1973 Terrence Malick filmas well as the 1974 film Mr. Majestyk starring Charles Bronson were both f ...
My Fair Lady... numbers for British actor Rex Harrison in the 1964 Lerner and Loewe musical. In musical theater, the term "vamp" is identical to its meaning in Jazz, ...
The Children of Húrin... tmaster and maker of devices. He appeared in person in The Silmarillion and. It is said that he is only less evil than Morgoth because for a long tim ...
Le Populaire... ions, the sociologist Robert Verdier minimized the "gender gap," stating inthat women had not voted in a consistent way, dividing themselves, as men, ...
Forrest Gump... rdom after her roles as Buttercup in The Princess Bride and Jenny Curran in, the latter role garnering her Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild ...
The Grapes of Wrath... tedly showing a can of tomato paste in Show and Tell, and a presentation on, consisting of himself crushing a bunch of grapes with a hammer, stating ...
The Day AfterIn the 1983 American television movie, Wiesbaden was the first city to be destroyed by a nuclear weapon during ...
Life as a House... Christensen's critically acclaimed portrayal of a misunderstood teenager in(2001) earned him Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations as well as the Na ...
Die Nibelungen... of silent movies, provided some original scores such as Fritz Lang's movies(1924) and Metropolis (1927) which were accompanied by original full scale ...
Shadow of a DoubtHitchcock often said that his favourite film (of his own work) was
The Illustrated Man... ence fiction stories gathered together as The Martian Chronicles (1950) and(1951), Bradbury is one of the most celebrated among 20th and 21st century ...
Kill Me Again... tival production of Hamlet in 1988. In 1989, Kilmer played the lead in both, again opposite Whalley, and in TNT's Billy the Kid
My Aim Is True... s Than Zero", released on 25 March 1977. Two months later, his debut album,(1977), was released to moderate commercial success (No. 14 in the UK and, ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... scene together in the movie. Once again Clift received a nomination for an. Clift lost out to William Holden (who won for Stalag 17). Holden himself ...
The Good Shepherd... ing critical acclaim for his performances in dramas such as Syriana (2005),(2006), and The Departed (2006). He garnered a Golden Globe nomination for ...
Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night... s based upon a 1976 New York magazine article by British writer Nik Cohn, "". In the late 1990s, Cohn acknowledged that the article had been fabricat ...
The Departed... award-winning feature films, including The King's Speech, Martin Scorsese's, , Pulp Fiction, Braveheart and Batman were edited on Lightworks
Suda... lourished about the end of the 2nd and beginning of the 3rd century AD. Thesays only that he lived in the times of Marcus Aurelius, but the contempt ...
New York World... ad-to-head circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer, owner and publisher of the, from whom he "stole" Richard F. Outcault, the inventor of color comics, ...
Advertising Age... coined the famous advertising line "A Diamond is Forever" in 1947. In 2000,magazine named "A Diamond Is Forever" the best advertising slogan of the t ...
Batman... ng's Speech, Martin Scorsese's The Departed, , Pulp Fiction, Braveheart andwere edited on Lightworks
Ezekiel... Bible. E. W. Bullinger interpreted the creatures appearing in the books ofand Revelation as the middle signs of the four quarters of the Zodiac, wit ...
The New York Times... "I'll have what she's having." When Estelle Reiner died at age 94 in 2008,referred to her as the woman "who delivered one of the most memorably funn ...
Miracle... lympic team that memorably defeated the Soviet Union (depicted in the movieabout the Miracle on Ice) and Finland en route to a gold medal. Eveleth al ...
A Christmas StoryScenes from the movies "" (1983) and "A Cool Dry Place" (1998) were filmed in Lindsay. In 2001, Li ...
The Mambo Kings... . In 1992, she starred with Armand Assante and Antonio Banderas in the film. In 1994, President Bill Clinton awarded Cruz the National Medal of Arts. ...
The Chicago Manual of Style... part of The Oxford Manual of Style. Comparable in authority and stature tofor published American English, the Oxford Manual is a fairly exhaustive s ...
Confidential... ours after Liberace gave a deposition in his $25 million libel suit againstmagazine, two masked intruders attacked his mother in the garage of Libera ...
The Incredible HulkAlthough he initially declined the part of Dr. David Banner inbecause of its comic book origins, on reading Kenneth Johnson's script for ...
Hart's Rules... in English; they were gradually expanded and eventually published, first asand, most recently (in 2002), as part of The Oxford Manual of Style. Compa ...
westernIn 1979, the first episodes of the CBSminiseries The Chisholms, starring Robert Preston, was filmed near La Junt ...
The Second Sex... any of the questions of feminism with the publication of Le Deuxième Sexe () in 1949. The book expressed feminists' sense of injustice. Second-wave f ...
Goosebumps... l movies and television shows, including Harrison Bergeron, Forever Knight,, The Virgin Suicides, and Are You Afraid of the Dark?. He acquired wider ...
The Path to 9/11... entitled "Massoud". He was also featured in the ABC Television mini-series, which aired commercial-free in the USA in 2006, on the fifth anniversary ...
Varsity... article on 12 June 1953). The Cambridge University undergraduate newspaperalso ran its own short article on the discovery on Saturday 30 May 1953. B ...
Sequence... lm-making, Anderson was a prominent film critic writing for the influentialmagazine (1947–52), which he co-founded with Gavin Lambert and Karel Reisz ...
Alexander PopeIn a similar vein,(1688–1744) wrote in his poem Windsor Forest (first published 1713
On the Sphere of the World... advanced evidence in favor of the idea that the Earth was a sphere. Also, "", the most influential astronomy textbook of the 13th century and require ...
The Talented Mr. Ripley... He garnered a Golden Globe nomination for portraying the title character in(1999) and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor i ...
People... ved a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was named Sexiest Man Alive bymagazine. Damon has been actively involved in charitable work, including t ...
The Deer Hunter... f the Frankie Valli song "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" in Michael Cimino's "". Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 thriller The Birds is an example of a Hollywood ...
The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse... r the next four years, he co-wrote scripts for major films such as Jezebel,, Juarez, Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet and Sergeant York (1941). He was nomi ...
Allmusic... 79–1984) was "easily identified by its relatively simple raps" according to, "the emphasis was not on lyrical technique, but simply on good times", o ...
Kiplinger's Personal Finance... UC Berkeley, University of Virginia, UCLA, and the University of Michigan.has also ranked UNC as the number one "best value" public school for in-st ...
Los Angeles Times... the eighth best film set in Los Angeles in the last 25 years, by a group ofwriters and editors, with two criteria: "The movie had to communicate some ...
Billboard... ated the song for Atlantic Records. As a result, it rose to Number 3 on theR&B chart
Ikiru... Day. Likewise, films throughout the 20th century such as The Seventh Seal,, Taxi Driver, High Noon, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A C ...
DeipnosophistaeThe, which mean "dinner-table philosophers" or perhaps "authorities on banque ...
The Apple Dumpling GangIn 1975, he co-starred with Tim Conway and Don Knotts in the Disney movie, which was well received by the public
Into Thin Air... termath of the 1996 disaster further intensified the debate. Jon Krakauer's(1997) expressed the author's personal criticisms of the use of bottled ox ...
The Detroit News... Grosse Ile was ranked the highest out of 88 school districts in Michigan by
La Jeune Belgique... hey later became his collaborators on the revolutionary artistic magazine ""
The Seventh Seal... ople and Life in a Day. Likewise, films throughout the 20th century such as, Ikiru, Taxi Driver, High Noon, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Ne ...
Gesta Hammaburgensis ecclesiae pontificum... n monks: Helmold in the manuscript Chronicon Slavorum and Adam of Bremen in. The Polabian language survived until the beginning of the 19th century i ...
Republic Pictures... on directing for TV and film from the 1955 film A Man Alone and Lisbon forthat he also produced. From directing film he achieved much success direct ...
Buck Rogers... ar II. Having been inspired by science fiction heroes like Flash Gordon and, Bradbury began to publish science fiction stories in fanzines in 1938. B ...
Compact Oxford English Dictionary... l fact, in the absence of much relevant context. The word is defined by theas "an item of unreliable information that is repeated so often that it be ...
Directed by John Ford... n Film Institute to direct a documentary about John Ford for their tribute,(1971). The resulting film included candid interviews with the likes of Jo ...
film adaptation... is a Tennessee Williams play. It opened on Broadway in February 1951, and awas released in 1954. It tells the story of an Italian-American widow in L ...
La Jeune Belgique... egree and took up journalism and poetry. In 1885, Giraud became a member of, a Belgian nationalist literary movement that met at the Café Sésino in B ...
The Incredible Hulk... emained in contact, and Cruz was even a guest on Bixby's next run-away hit,. The death of Bixby's only child, in 1981, drew Bixby and Cruz closer sti ...
Evening Standard... ee days later to recuperate at Windsor Castle. In August the same year, thenewspaper reported that Philip was suffering from prostate cancer. Bucking ...
Family Plot... a Harris as a phony psychic turned amateur sleuth in his final film, 1976's. In the same film, the diamond smuggler played by Karen Black could also ...
Invictus... (1999) and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in(2009). He is one of the top 40 highest grossing actors of all time. In 20 ...
The New York Times... ron screenplay, is the chemistry between Crystal and Ryan." In a review for, Caryn James called When Harry Met Sally... an "often funny but amazingly ...
Dial M for Murder... , he starred opposite Grace Kelly and Robert Cummings in Alfred Hitchcock's
television movie, a television series, and a. Sadly, Heggen did not live to enjoy the success and profits of his creat ...
Free Cinema... lm, theatre and documentary director, film critic, and leading light of themovement and the British New Wave. He is most widely remembered for his 19 ...
Grease... e film as a double- feature along with its other John Travolta blockbuster,
Hamlet A.D.D.... ) Star Trek, again as the computer's voice. An animated production called "" credited her as Majel Barrett Roddenberry, playing the voice over role o ...
The Silmarillion... thus is a great Craftmaster and maker of devices. He appeared in person inand The Children of Húrin. It is said that he is only less evil than Morgo ...
North Country... egory. She received another Academy Award nomination for her performance in(2005). Theron became a US citizen in 2007, while retaining her South Afri ...
The Ipcress File... drow Construction. The original steps featured in early scenes of 1965 film. On 4 June 2004, the project received the Europa Nostra Award for remarka ...
Business Week... s to only 8.5 points for second place Ford as the most interesting exhibit.described the scene: “More than 30,000 persons daily, the show’s capacity, ...
Chico Enterprise-Record... erkeley, earned in 1946. During the 1940s, she worked as a reporter for the, and during the 1950s, she worked as part of the editorial staff of two S ...
High Noon... s throughout the 20th century such as The Seventh Seal, Ikiru, Taxi Driver,, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Groundh ...
Allmusic... were literally creating themselves and their art form at the same time" andwrites, "rhymers like PE's Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane, KRS-One, and Rakim bas ...
Creature from the Black Lagoon... this period, the fish-man monster Gill-man was developed in the film series
The Lord of the Rings... ional animated features. He is well known for such films as Wizards (1977),(1978), American Pop (1981) and Fire and Ice (1983). In 1987, Bakshi retur ...
Batman & Robin... armor into a parody of the rubber muscle suits from the 1997 superhero film. After the trailer to the film premiered in July 2008, DC Comics presiden ...
My Fair Lady... borated with lyricist Alan Jay Lerner on the long running Broadway musicalsand , with book and lyrics by Lerner, both of which were made into films
Taxi Driver... ikewise, films throughout the 20th century such as The Seventh Seal, Ikiru,, High Noon, Easy Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Oran ...
Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet... ipts for major films such as Jezebel, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, Juarez,and Sergeant York (1941). He was nominated for an Academy Award for his wr ...
The Godfather... racters, including Stephen Colbert's fictional persona, Michael Corleone of, Meredith Grey of Grey's Anatomy, Thomas Crown of The Thomas Crown Affair ...
Radio Times... in a list of the top 25 television 'put downs' of the last 40 years by themagazine. It was the following insult directed at Lord Percy by Edmund Bla ...
The Cider House Rules... ollowing roles in The Devil's Advocate (1997), Mighty Joe Young (1998), and(1999). Theron won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of ...
USA Today... was ranked the fourth most racially-diverse country in the United States by. The newspaper based the ranking on calculating the probability that two ...
The Spiral DanceShe decided to try her hand at nonfiction, and wrote a book,, on Goddess religion, which she finished in 1977 but was unable to publis ...
NewsaramaOn June 6, 2006, comic news sitereported that Red Sonja, LLC (which holds rights to the Roy Thomas version ...
200 MotelsIn 1971, he had a cameo role in Frank Zappa's film. He acted in drag as a nun fearful of death from overdosing on pills. In ...
Entertainment Weekly... e L.A. experience, and only one film per director was allowed on the list".ranked the film #7 on their list of "The Top 50 Cult Films"
Wizards... cted seven additional animated features. He is well known for such films as(1977), The Lord of the Rings (1978), American Pop (1981) and Fire and Ice ...
Signs... riest in Quills (2000), a washed-up baseball player in M. Night Shyamalan's(2002), the irresolute husband of a superstar-skater in the widely panned ...
Reptilicus... la, Gamera), British depictions (Gorgo), and even Scandinavian depictions (), of giant monsters attacking cities. The most recent depiction of a gian ...
The Proud Valley... k actors and pride in African heritage. In films such as Jericho (1937) and(1940), he portrayed strong black American male leading roles without the ...
MoneyIn July 2006,magazine placed Bethlehem as number 88 on its "Top 100 Best Places to Live ...
Wag the Dog... usical film Anastasia. Also in 1997, Dunst appeared in the political satire, opposite Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman. The following year she was t ...
TV Guide... oward Stern Show around the time he sold his web site to Gemstar (owners of)
Savannah SmilesThe town was used as a location for a scene in the 1982 film
Death on the Nile... n miniseries The Dark Secret of Harvest Home (1978) and the theatrical film(1978), an Agatha Christie murder mystery. The bulk of her remaining work ...
Real Genius... ughout Europe before going on to play the lead character in the 1985 comedy. He turned down roles in Dune and Blue Velvet before being cast as naval ...
Mighty Joe Young... e to fame in the late 1990s following roles in The Devil's Advocate (1997),(1998), and The Cider House Rules (1999). Theron won the Academy Award for ...
Die Reihe... n (Kurtz 1992, 68–72). Together with Eimert, Stockhausen edited the journalfrom 1955 to 1962 (Grant 2001, 1–2)
Apocalypse Now... Rider, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Groundhog Day,, Badlands, and Blade Runner also have existentialist qualities. Notable d ...
Fritz the Cat... in 1968. Through producer Steve Krantz, Bakshi made his debut feature film,, released in 1972. It was the first animated film to receive an X rating ...
The New York Times... ted after having been signed by President Barack Obama on October 30, 2009.stated that Helms was "bitterly opposed to federal financing of AIDS resea ...
The Young Lions... work over the next 10 years. His next three films were Lonelyhearts (1958),(1958) and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959). Clift starred with Lee Remick in ...
Vertebrate PalaeontologyThe following schema is from the third edition of. The invertebrate chordate classes are from
U.S. News & World ReportIn 2011, theranked UNC Chapel Hill 5th among the nation's top public colleges and univ ...
Murder on the Orient Express... , Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Hunt for Red October, Highlander,, Dragonheart, and The Rock
The Complete Plain Words... ades. These include, most notably of all, Fowler's Modern English Usage andby Sir Ernest Gowers. Detailed guidance on many aspects of writing British ...
Top Secret!... eiffer. His big break came when he received top billing in the spoof comedy, where he played an American rock and roll star. Kilmer sang all the song ...
Gamera... a lighthouse. Subsequently, there were Japanese film depictions, (Godzilla,), British depictions (Gorgo), and even Scandinavian depictions (Reptilicu ...
Walk the Line... g movies and television shows, and has recorded an album, the soundtrack to. He is also known for his work as a social activist, particularly as an a ...
The Devil's Advocate... in the United States and rose to fame in the late 1990s following roles in(1997), Mighty Joe Young (1998), and The Cider House Rules (1999). Theron ...
The 11th Hour (film)Soleri was interviewed in the 2007 environmental documentary ""
Lonelyhearts... , Clift continued to work over the next 10 years. His next three films were(1958), The Young Lions (1958) and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959). Clift sta ...
Monty Python's Life of Brian... ited by the Monty Python group to join them in Tunisia for their filming of, where he was to play some of the smaller roles. He died shortly before f ...
Sergeant York... zebel, The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse, Juarez, Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet and(1941). He was nominated for an Academy Award for his writing both Ehrlich ...
Harper's Bazaar... g such periodicals as Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Town and Country and
300... Bros. to develop the film there again. Impressed with Zack Snyder's work on, Warner Bros. approached him to direct an adaptation of Watchmen. Screenw ...
Easy Rider... t the 20th century such as The Seventh Seal, Ikiru, Taxi Driver, High Noon,, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Groundhog Day, Apoc ...
Highlander... ry Gentlemen, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, The Hunt for Red October,, Murder on the Orient Express, Dragonheart, and The Rock
Southern Living... 896. The house has been featured in the New York Times (March 10, 2006), inMagazine (May 2004) and in a televised Our State Magazine production, amon ...
La Jeune Belgique... of the painters of the artistic circle "Les XX", he wrote many articles inand L'Art Moderne with flamboyant criticism on the artistic-literary works ...
Citizen Kane... Bogdanovich to his cinematic creations came from early viewings of the film. In an interview with Robert K. Elder, author of The Film That Changed My ...
A Dictionary of the English Language... tain. Largely, modern British spelling was standardised in Samuel Johnson's(1755), although previous writers had also played a significant role in th ...
Good Housekeeping... ral of the latter still appear, including such periodicals as Cosmopolitan,, Town and Country and Harper's Bazaar
Cloverfield... e most recent depiction of a giant monster is the monster in J. J. Abrams's, which was released in theaters January 18, 2008. The intriguing proximit ...
Blackboard Jungle... nor hit when first released, when used in the opening sequence of the movie, a year later, it really set the rock and roll boom in motion. The song b ...
The Silmarillion... haracter from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, who is primarily discussed in, but appears also in Tolkien's other works. In Tolkien's pantheon of Midd ...
The American Mercury... in 1945 as American Mercury Presents: Meet the Press, a program to promote, a magazine that Lawrence E. Spivak had purchased in 1939. Before the pro ...
The Man Who Knew Too MuchThe climax of the Alfred Hitchcock filmwas filmed in the Royal Albert Hall
The Histories... Europe and the Middle East. The ancient Greek historian Herodotus states inof the 5th century BC that Glaucus of Chios "was the man who single-handed ...
Lollywood... s also now days the language of Punjabi literature, film and music; such as. Other dialects are Multani or Saraiki in the West and South, Pothowari & ...
Rear Window... ), Francie (Grace Kelly) offers to help a man she believes is a burglar. In, Lisa (Grace Kelly again) risks her life by breaking into Lars Thorwald's ...
One Too Many... uding television commercials) came in the form of a television short titled, which was an educational drama on drinking and driving; it also starred ...
People... ving National Treasure" . In 1989, he was proclaimed "Sexiest Man Alive" bymagazine, and in 1999, at age 69, he was voted "Sexiest Man of the Century ...
Blade Runner... oo's Nest, A Clockwork Orange, Groundhog Day, Apocalypse Now, Badlands, andalso have existentialist qualities. Notable directors known for their exis ...
Washington Herald... he Detroit Times, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the Washington Times, the, and his flagship the San Francisco Examiner
Neighbors... urai" sketches on Saturday Night Live. Belushi spoofed it again in the film, during a scene in which tilted camera angles show Belushi combing his ha ...
Daughter of the Mind... lm character actor in the late 60s and the 70s, notably in the cult classic(1969), in which he was reunited with Gene Tierney, and in Love Story (197 ...
Metal Hammer... med by body doubles. The women featured in the video are German porn stars.released an edited version of the video onto their website. "Ich tu dir we ...
Yellowbeard... e it to them. This was the start of the project that would become the movie. Moon wanted to play the lead but the movie took many years to develop, a ...
Sports Illustrated... Bedlam Series, which are some of the greatest sporting draws to the state.magazine rates the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University am ...
Top Gun... (1985), as well as blockbuster action films, including a supporting role inand a lead role in Willow
Modern Times... opular songs or composed by him; The Circus (1928), City Lights (1931), and(1936) were essentially silent films. City Lights has been praised for its ...
Daily Mail... was for "a wider and more generous choice of art and artist." In 2003, theran a "Not the Turner Prize" competition. In 2005, the BBC staged a "Mock ...
To Die For... or his portrayals of various individuals: a troubled teen in Gus Van Sant's(1995) co-starring with Nicole Kidman, a small-town troublemaker in Oliver ...
Paint Your Wagon... obert Lewis. It was followed in 1951 by the less successful Gold Rush story
Moulin Rouge... ston took producing, writing, and directing credits for his next two films:(1953); and Beat the Devil (1953). Moby Dick (1956), however, was written ...
How to Rap... central to rap's flow – many MCs note the importance of staying on-beat inincluding Sean Price, Mighty Casey, Zion I, Vinnie Paz, Fredro Starr, Del ...
U.F.Orb... on to the composition "Towers of Dub" by The Orb. It was released on 1992's. This introduction was in fact a sample taken from an episode of Lewis-Sm ...
Unfinished Tales... in the wreckage of the Dark Tower, or (as Christopher Tolkien speculates in), destroyed by the eruption of Orodruin
Oscar for Best Supporting Actor... for an Academy Award for Best Actor for the same film, which also netted anfor co-star Robin Williams. He and Affleck were each paid salaries of $600 ...
Oxford English Dictionary... ence fiction fans, hippies, and computer hackers, and has since entered theamong others
Yojimbo... Sanjuro was to be a straight adaptation of the story. After the success ofthe studio decided to resurrect its popular antihero, and Kurosawa reimagi ...
Synecdoche, New York... i Tarkovsky, Hideaki Anno, Wes Anderson, and Woody Allen. Charlie Kaufman'sfocuses on the protagonist's desire to find existential meaning
Nature... Franklin should have had her name on the original Watson and Crick paper in. Franklin and Gosling submitted their own joint 'second' paper to Nature ...
Annalen der Physik und Chemie... and Bunsen noted the high sensitivity of a sodium flame test, and stated in
The Independent... y Fish”. Mardas said he planned to donate the money to a charity in Greece.newspaper apologised on 21 August 2006, writing that on 14 June 2006, the ...
She's All That... itical career. Freddie Prinze, Jr. as Zachary "Zack" Siler in the 1999 filmgets offered a place by Dartmouth
B Reactor... as a general consultant. He was sitting in the control room of the Hanfordwhen it first went critical in 1944. His broad knowledge of many fields of ...
The Anniversary... nd of the decade, Davis had appeared in the British films The Nanny (1965),(1968), and Connecting Rooms (1970), but her career again stalled
Jumper... xt starred with Samuel L. Jackson, Jamie Bell and Rachel Bilson in the film, the story of a young man who discovers he has the ability to teleport; t ...
Boys Don't Cry... uch as Fight Club, In the Company of Men (1997), American Psycho (2000) and (1999), American Beauty "raises the broader, widely explored issue of mas ...
Fahrenheit 9/11... icles about Evolution vs. Intelligent Design, Saddam Hussein's capture, and
Blade Runner... oks such as Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1968) (now republished as) by Philip K. Dick and Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk all distort the line ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... e mixture. These were published, among other places, in the 1911 edition of. An early critic of this claim was Lynn Thorndike, starting with a letter ...
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms... ainst the scientific elite. One early example occurred in the American film, which was about a dinosaur that attacked a lighthouse. Subsequently, the ...
Göta Canal... en Gothenburg and Stockholm. His plans were adopted and construction of thebegan in 1810. Telford travelled to Sweden at that time to oversee some of ...
Gigi... st Musical. MGM took notice and commissioned them to write the film musical(1958), which won nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture
The MisfitsOf his next five films, only(1961), found critical approval. However, critics have noted the "retrospe ...
The Talented Mr. Ripley... m roles, from his portrayal of Patricia Highsmith's anti-hero Tom Ripley in(1999) to a fallen angel who discusses pop culture as intellectual subject ...
Reap the Wild WindDuring the filming of(1942), Milland's character was to have curly hair. Milland's hair was nat ...
Æon Flux... year, she starred in the financially unsuccessful science fiction thriller. She also received the 2005 Spike Video Game Award for Best Performance b ...
Godzilla vs. the Sea MonsterLike the previous Godzilla film,, Son of Godzilla was distributed directly to television by the Walter Rea ...
Last Tango in Paris... ith an X rating such as Midnight Cowboy, A Clockwork Orange, Fritz the Cat,and The Evil Dead
Nature... 1969, Crick participated in a celebration of the 100th year of the journal. Crick attempted to make some predictions about what the next 30 years wo ...
The Kid... 8), Shoulder Arms (1918), The Pilgrim (1923) and the feature-length classic(1921)
Tabor ukhodit v Nebo... heavily romanticized in the Soviet Union, a classic example being the 1975.A more realistic depiction of contemporary Romani in the Balkans, featuri ...
Time... ntial picks, this time for Republican nominee Bob Dole. The following year,magazine named McCain as one of the "25 Most Influential People in America ...
Chicago Tribune... till plague the lake as steel mills operate near the Indiana shoreline. Thereported that BP is a major polluter, dumping thousands of pounds of raw s ...
Burnt Offerings... bandoned the show, which closed immediately. She played supporting roles in(1976) and The Disappearance of Aimee (1976), but clashed with Karen Black ...
Citizen Kane... inspiration for the development of the lead character in Orson Welles' film. His mansion, Hearst Castle, near San Simeon, California, on a hill overl ...
The Kingdom of God Is Within You... ing the notable Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy, author of the nonfiction book
The Second Sex... ds women is evident in his books; Simone de Beauvoir spoke highly of him in. He seems to have preferred desire to consummation. One of his early work ...
Top Secret!... the mid-1980s after a string of appearances in comedy films, starting with(1984), then the cult classic Real Genius (1985), as well as blockbuster a ...
Global Competitiveness Index... lgaria, ranking 80th in the world, and lowest Index of Economic Freedom and, ranking 119th and 90th respectively. Corruption, together with the assoc ...
Dogma... el who discusses pop culture as intellectual subject matter with Affleck in(1999); from a conjoined twin in Stuck on You (2003), which got a mixed cr ...
Stuck on You... ctual subject matter with Affleck in Dogma (1999); from a conjoined twin in(2003), which got a mixed critical reception, to the low budget experiment ...
Forbesranks Atherton as second on America's Most Expensive ZIP Code, listing med ...
The Circus... (1923). This was followed by the classic comedies The Gold Rush (1925) and(1928)
Orbis PictusIn 1658 Jan Ámos Komenský published the illustrated informational bookin Bohemia. It is considered to be the first picture book published specif ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... cknowledgment of his serious dramatic abilities came in 1946 when he won anfor his portrayal of an alcoholic in Billy Wilder's film The Lost Weekend ...
People magazine... Actor in both films) he became popular among audiences, being named in both's 50 Most Beautiful People and Teen Peoples 25 Hottest Stars under 25. Fo ...
made into a TV film... writings, it received positive reviews, became a bestseller, and was later. The book traces McCain's family background and childhood, covers his tim ...
The OklahomanThe state has two primary newspapers., based in Oklahoma City, is the largest newspaper in the state and 54th-l ...
Rolling Stone... rown was a recipient of Kennedy Center Honors on December 7, 2003. In 2004,magazine ranked James Brown as #7 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists ...
Oxford English DictionaryAccording to the, leat is cognate with let in the sense of "allow to pass through". Other ...
Real Genius... es in comedy films, starting with Top Secret! (1984), then the cult classic(1985), as well as blockbuster action films, including a supporting role i ...
Judgment at NurembergClift's last Oscar nomination was for best supporting actor for his role in(1961), a 12-minute supporting part. He played a mentally retarded man who ...
AwakeBetween 2006 and 2007, he replaced Jared Leto in, with Jessica Alba, which tells the story of a man who remains awake but ...
The Hobbit... the voice of the wizard Gandalf in the Rankin/Bass animated adaptations of(1977) and The Return of the King (1980)
4 for Texas... ood word for (him)" from that point onwards. Lawford's role in the upcomingwas written out, and his part in Robin and the 7 Hoods was given to Bing C ...
Money magazineIn 2008, Garland was ranked #67 on CNN and's list of the "Top 100 Places to Live"
The German Ideology... and broke with the Young Hegelians, attacking their views in works such as. Marx concluded that religion is not the basis of the establishment's pow ...
The Return of the King... rd Gandalf in the Rankin/Bass animated adaptations of The Hobbit (1977) and(1980)
Pastoral epistlesPauline EpistlesGeneral epistles, also called Catholic epistle
A Little Pretty Pocket-BookIn 1744 John Newbery publishedin England. He sold it with a ball for boys or a pincushion for girls. It ...
Pittsburgh Post-GazetteThe next month, theinvestigated Black's past. Ray Sprigle won a Pulitzer Prize for his series ...
Le Figaro... in Japan and abroad. Author Michael Booth and food critic François Simon ofhave both suggested that Osaka is the food capital of the world. Osakans l ...
Inventing the Abbotts... ing with Nicole Kidman, a small-town troublemaker in Oliver Stone's U Turn,(1997), the cruel Roman emperor Commodus in Ridley Scott's Gladiator (2000 ...
Eastern Daily Press... ut of the city's local newspaper, the Norwich Evening News and the regional(EDP)
The Dark CrystalHis work has been used as the inspiration for creatures in films such asand Labyrinth (both in conjunction with Jim Henson's Creature Shop). He co ...
WestworldShe appeared in Michael Crichton's 1973 sci-fi western,as a prostitute
Plan 9 from Outer SpaceSometimes the rating of a film changes significantly over time. For examplereceived an X rating in 1960 that was changed to a PG rating in 1990. In s ...
Life as a House... moved on to minor acting roles before being praised for his role of Sam in, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Gu ...
Evan AlmightyThe 2007 comedy film(the sequel to Bruce Almighty) was partially filmed in Crozet. The ark see ...
Variety... critical reaction for his Golden Globe-nominated portrayal of Ripley, withstating, "Damon outstandingly conveys his character's slide from innocent ...
The Last Waltz... The Hold Steady came while members Craig Finn and Tad Kubler were watching. Rick Danko and Robbie Robertson are namechecked in the lyrics of "The Sw ...
The Adventurer... or Mutual over the next ten months—Easy Street, The Cure. The Immigrant and. With their careful construction—and in the case of Easy Street and The I ...
The Little Prince... al Score. The following year they collaborated on a musical film version of, based on the classic children's tale by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This f ...
The Battleship Potemkin... . In some early cases, films received an X rating due to political content.was rejected for "inflammatory subtitles and propaganda" in 1926, rated X ...
Bruce AlmightyThe 2007 comedy film Evan Almighty (the sequel to) was partially filmed in Crozet. The ark seen in the movie, as well as th ...
Jewish EncyclopediaAccording to thearticle on , Rabbi Jacob Emden (1697–1776) claimed
Germania... from names recorded in the 1st century by Tacitus (especially from his work), but the earliest Germanic writing occurs in a single instance in the 2n ...
The Night of the Iguana... future, in the period starting about 1970; examples include The Misfits and(1964). Huston spent long evenings carousing in the Nevada casinos after f ...
The Insider... dramatized in fact based movie dramas as “Good Night, and Good Luck” and “” or demonstrated in the documentary “The Corporation”. In the early 20th- ...
the fourth novel... w Yun-Fat, Michelle Yeoh, Zhang Ziyi, and Chang Chen. The film was based onin a pentalogy, known in China as the Crane Iron Pentalogy, by wuxia novel ...
Where Love Has Gone... . Dead Ringer (1964) was a crime drama in which she played twin sisters and(1964) was a romantic drama based on a Harold Robbins novel. Davis played ...
Threepenny Opera... eighter alludes to the song "Seeräuberjenny" ("Pirate Jenny") from Brecht's. Moore theorized that since superheroes existed, and existed as "objects ...
Cabaret... ted. In the same year, Mendes (then a theater director) revived the musicalin New York with fellow director Rob Marshall. Beth Swofford of the Creati ...
Atari ST... Igs, most popular versions of Unix, VMS, Data General, System/370, AmigaOS,, OS/2, and NeXTSTEP
Buddhas of Bamyan... dhist culture did exist as reminders of the past. The two massive sandstone, thirty-five and fifty-three meters high overlooked the ancient route thr ...
The Communist Manifesto... ocial being precedes social consciousness. Together with Marx, Engels wrote
Dracula... ios specialized in monsters, with Bela Lugosi's reprisal of his stage role,, and Boris Karloff playing Frankenstein's monster. The studio also made s ...
Midnight Cowboy... mid-1980s, several mainstream films were released with an X rating such as, A Clockwork Orange, Fritz the Cat, Last Tango in Paris and The Evil Dead
Free Cinema... nema which found expression in what became known, by the late-1950s, as themovement. This was the belief that the British cinema must break away from ...
Times Higher Education... "touched with genius". Writing about Lewis-Smith's hoax phone calls in The, Sally Feldman observed that "He chooses his victims carefully, pricking ...
New York World... York Journal and engaged in a bitter circulation war with Joseph Pulitzer'swhich led to the creation of yellow journalism—sensationalized stories of ...
All the Pretty Horses... s attempts at essaying leading characters in romantic dramas such as 2000'sand The Legend of Bagger Vance were commercially and critically unsuccessf ...
Baise-moi... , some conservative associations sued the government for granting the movie, which contained graphic, realistic scenes of sex and violence, a non-X c ...
How to Rap... hms and rhymes" of a hip-hop song's lyrics and how they interact – the bookbreaks flow down into rhyme, rhyme schemes, and rhythm (also known as cade ...
Sounds... lture. According to the founder of one of these labels, Cherry Red, NME andmagazines published charts based on small record stores called "Alternativ ...
Menai Suspension Bridge... sing of the Menai Strait was the most formidable challenge, overcome by the(1819–1826). Spanning , this was the longest suspension bridge of the time ...
CamelotTheir next Broadway production was. The production starred Richard Burton, Julie Andrews and Robert Goulet.T ...
New Statesman... Institute's journal Sight and Sound and the left-wing political weekly the. In a 1956 polemical article, "Stand Up, Stand Up" for Sight and Sound, h ...
Kiki's Delivery Service... who leaves her home village to spend a year on her own, in the anime movie(1998)
Acts of the Apostles... of 4 different genres of Christian literature (Gospels, one account of the, Epistles and an Apocalypse). Jesus is its central figure. The New Testam ...
The Last Hungry CatAlfred Hitchcock Presents was parodied by Friz Freleng's 1961 cartoon, which contains a plot similar to Blackmail
Close to My HeartIn 1951, he gave a strong performance in, starring with Gene Tierney as a couple trying to adopt a child. The next ...
remake... e George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Julia Roberts, in Steven Soderbergh's 2001of the Rat Pack's 1960 caper film Ocean's 11; the successful crime dramedy ...
Paris, Texas... e wanted to make; early in his career, he had been inspired by how the film (1984) presented contemporary America as a mythic landscape and he saw th ...
Course of Theoretical Physics... ting point: indeed (as is exposed, for example, in the second volume of theby Landau and Lifshitz), what is really at stake is the locality of intera ...
The Nanny... rminated. By the end of the decade, Davis had appeared in the British films(1965), The Anniversary (1968), and Connecting Rooms (1970), but her caree ...
Due Date... rmers, 2007 Fox television show, Drive, the freeway scenes in The Hangover,, and several commercials by UPS and car ads have been shot there
The Sleepwalkers... r locality in physical theories was already noted by Newton (see Koestler's), who considered the notion of an action at a distance "philosophically a ...
1973 stage adaptation... oached by Lerner to augment the Gigi film score with additional tunes for a, which won him his second Tony, this time for Best Original Score. The fo ...
Rebel Without a Cause... berg, experimented with atonality in his scores for East of Eden (1955) and(1955). In his ten-year collaboration with Alfred Hitchcock, Bernard Herrm ...
Jumper... ting actress Rachel Bilson, whom he had met the previous year while filming. They became engaged on December 25, 2008. In mid-2010, the couple split ...
The Autumn People... Feldstein for EC Comics, and 16 of these were collected in the paperbacks,(1965) and Tomorrow Midnight (1966), both published by Ballantine Books wi ...
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?... Damon Runyon. She accepted her next role, in the Grand Guignol horror film(1962) after reading the script and believing it could appeal to the same ...
The Rink... y Bergman, who was to work with Chaplin for 30 years. Behind the Screen andfinished off Chaplin's releases for 1916. The Mutual contract stipulated t ...
Allmusic... Moon in 1978, rock arguably lost its single greatest drummer." According to, "Moon, with his manic, lunatic side, and his life of excessive drinking, ...
Castle of Frankenstein... zines, including Afternoon TV, Daytime TV, Famous Monsters of Filmland, and. Even after the show ended it received coverage in genre magazines of the ...
Æon Flux... ood; earning US$10 million for both her subsequent films, North Country and, she ranked seventh, behind Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Re ...
Sushruta Samhita... in Hinduism since Vedic times. Several Hindu texts, such as Manu Smriti and, assert that some people are born with either mixed male and female natur ...
The Lord of the Rings... also apprenticed at the Muppet workshop in New York City, and on the set offilms in New Zealand, in addition to working as a stilt-walker with a trou ...
Toy Story... were retrained in the use of computer input devices. By 1995, films such asunderscored that the distinction between live-action films and animated fi ...
Time... at home or abroad". This stance, among others, led to McCain being named bymagazine in 2006 as one of America's 10 Best Senators. McCain voted in Feb ...
Tomorrow Midnight... 16 of these were collected in the paperbacks, The Autumn People (1965) and(1966), both published by Ballantine Books with cover illustrations by Fra ...
Baseball America... baseball team consistently ranks among the top 25 in national polls such as, USA Today/ESPN, and Collegiate Baseball. In 2001 and 2005, Tulane baseba ...
Albert Memorial... t of a national memorial to the Prince Consort – the decorative part is thedirectly to the north in Kensington Gardens, now separated from the Hall b ...
Ocean's 11... berts, in Steven Soderbergh's 2001 remake of the Rat Pack's 1960 caper film; the successful crime dramedy spawned two sequels, Ocean's Twelve (2004) ...
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre... s father Walter and his daughter Anjelica in Oscar-winning performances (inand Prizzi's Honor, respectively), making the Hustons the first family to ...
Famous Monsters of Filmland... Shadows was featured in many magazines, including Afternoon TV, Daytime TV,, and Castle of Frankenstein. Even after the show ended it received covera ...
Schindler's List... from the most unlikely places". The book was later made into a film titled(1993) directed by Steven Spielberg, earning the director his first Best D ...
San Francisco Chronicle... Film Festival in 2000. The movie received generally favorable reviews, andcritic Peter Stack noted in his review that Dunst "beautifully balances in ...
USA Today... istently ranks among the top 25 in national polls such as Baseball America,/ESPN, and Collegiate Baseball. In 2001 and 2005, Tulane baseball finished ...
Another Time, Another PlaceIn 1958 he had a major role in the melodrama(1958) as a British reporter named Mark Trevor, caught in a love affair op ...
Easy Street... ore time. He made only four more films for Mutual over the next ten months—, The Cure. The Immigrant and The Adventurer. With their careful construct ...
St Katharine DocksOther works by Telford include the(1824–1828) close to Tower Bridge in central London, where he worked with ...
The Age of Innocence... ve a daughter, Domenica Cameron-Scorsese, who is an actress and appeared in, but the marriage lasted only a year. The divorce was acrimonious and ser ...
The Heiress... s life. He met her when she was supposed to be his date at the premiere for. They appeared together in A Place in the Sun, where their romantic scene ...
The Servile State... s to the growth of capitalism. (This point is also made in Hilaire Belloc's.
Federal Register... , economist Milton Friedman has pointed to the number of pages added to theeach year as evidence of Reagan's anti-regulation presidency (the Register ...
The Last of the Mohicans... s a Dartmouth alumnus, a subject that is mentioned in numerous episodes. In, Hawkeye says he attended Reverend Wheelock's school which is presumably ...
Kama SutraThe Indian, written in the 4th century AD, contains passages describing eunuchs or " ...
Psycho... could appeal to the same audience that had recently made Alfred Hitchcock's(1960) a success. She negotiated a deal that would pay her 10 percent of t ...
The Rookie... vast majority of the principal photography and locations for the 2002 movie, starring Dennis Quaid, and Rachel Griffiths, were filmed. The Thorndale ...
Alfred Hitchcock Presents... to 1965, Hitchcock was the host and producer of a television series titled. While his films had made Hitchcock's name strongly associated with suspe ...
A Christmas Carol... al was broadcast on Friday 23 December 1988. In a twist on Charles Dickens', Ebenezer Blackadder is the "kindest and loveliest" man in England. The S ...
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The Bourne Identity... 2007). He played amnesiac assassin Jason Bourne in the hit action thrillers(2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). Ente ...
Harrison Bergeron... through 1999, he appeared in several movies and television shows, including, Forever Knight, Goosebumps, The Virgin Suicides, and Are You Afraid of t ...
Monster... appearing in other films, Theron starred as serial killer Aileen Wuornos in(2003). Film critic Roger Ebert called it "one of the greatest performance ...
The Bourne Supremacy... sassin Jason Bourne in the hit action thrillers The Bourne Identity (2002),(2004), and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). Entertainment Weekly placed Damon ...
London Gazette Extraordinary... June 1815, and it arrived in London on 21 June 1815 and was published as aon 22 June. Wellington, Blücher and other Coalition forces advanced upon P ...
Thursday's Children... ocumentaries on a variety of subjects. One of Anderson's early short films,(1954), concerning the education of deaf children, made in collaboration w ...
Braveheart... Sir Walter Scott and Jane Porter and of the Academy Award winning epic film
Dead Ringer... as a joke, and she sustained her comeback over the course of several years.(1964) was a crime drama in which she played twin sisters and Where Love H ...
Van Helsing... an Singer and that it was a project he loved. A year later, while promoting, he mentioned on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno that he wanted to make th ...
Aeneid... especially abundant in Latin poetry, as for instance in Virgil’s epic, the: “Lupercal / Parrhasio dictum Panos de more Lycaei,” “…the Lupercal, name ...
The Virgin Suicides... television shows, including Harrison Bergeron, Forever Knight, Goosebumps,, and Are You Afraid of the Dark?. He acquired wider notice while starring ...
North Country... ctresses in Hollywood; earning US$10 million for both her subsequent films,and Æon Flux, she ranked seventh, behind Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz, Drew B ...
Nintendo Power... ntasy at 76th. It was rated the 49th best game made on a Nintendo system ins Top 200 Games list. In August 2008, Nintendo Power ranked it the 19th be ...
Vanity Fair... Cider House Rules (1999). She was on the cover of the January 1999 issue ofas the "White Hot Venus". AskMen named her the number one most desirable w ...
Labyrinth... used as the inspiration for creatures in films such as The Dark Crystal and(both in conjunction with Jim Henson's Creature Shop). He collaborated wit ...
The Loved One... s in 1966 for his brief role as a casket salesman in the film adaptation of, Evelyn Waugh's satire of the funeral business and movie industry in Sout ...
Britannia Hospital... schools; O Lucky Man! (1973) a Pilgrim's Progress inspired road movie; and(1982), a fantasia taking stylistic influence from the populist wing of Br ...
What's Up?... nine-week run and encouraged the duo to join forces with Arthur Pierson for, which opened on Broadway in 1943. It ran for 63 performances and was fol ...
The Asphalt Jungle... e Falcon (1941), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), Key Largo (1948),(1950), The African Queen (1951), Moulin Rouge (1952), The Misfits (1961), ...
Tune in Tomorrow... Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter was turned into the English-language film,. The Feast of the Goat has also been adapted as a theatrical play by Jorg ...
Detroit Free Press... Road. Colonel Brodhead was, at various times, editor and part owner of the, a Michigan state senator, and postmaster at Detroit. He served in the Me ...
film adaptation... f. He received kudos in 1966 for his brief role as a casket salesman in theof The Loved One, Evelyn Waugh's satire of the funeral business and movie ...
Over Bridge... nd Berkeley Ship Canal (today known as the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal),near Gloucester, the second Harecastle Tunnel on the Trent and Mersey Cana ...
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Tulsa World... ith a weekday readership of 138,493 and a Sunday readership of 202,690. The, the second most widely circulated newspaper in Oklahoma and 79th in the ...
series of films... ding animated television series, video games, and a commercially successful
The Bourne Ultimatum... tion thrillers The Bourne Identity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), and(2007). Entertainment Weekly placed Damon as an "action star" on its end-o ...
Galton Bridge... Telford's death, in January 1835. At the time of its construction in 1829,was the longest single span in the world. He also built Whitstable harbour ...
Financial Times... he would defend his seat at the 2010 general election but according to thehe had "finally bowed to pressure" and on 11 February 2010, he announced t ...
Grumbles from the Grave... letter to Zell appears as a letter to "a Fan" toward the end of the book in) and a paid subscription to the Church's Green Egg magazine during the 19 ...
GamePro... characters, and monsters. Final Fantasy Origins was generally well-received;said the music was "fantastic", and that the graphics had a "suitably ret ...
Mad Love... lanted hands that were reanimated with malevolent temperaments, in the film
Los Angeles TimesIn 2010, thereported that the New Zealand mud snail had infested watersheds in the San ...
Harvard Lampoon... lpha chapter), the A.D. Club (a prestigious Harvard Final club), and of theprior to his expulsion from Harvard for giving several of his professors e ...
Batman Forever... y a stage actor, Kilmer is best known for his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in, Jim Morrison in Oliver Stone's The Doors, he became popular in the mid-1 ...
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On the Waterfront... lements of blues and jazz. Kazan also approached Leonard Bernstein to score(1954) and the result was reminiscent of earlier works by Aaron Copland an ...
Russkies... episode "A very happy ending" the same year. His first starring role was in(1987). He later co-starred in Ron Howard's Parenthood (1989), in which he ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... l Revolution. Marc Isambard Brunel, the father of famed Portsmouth engineer, established in 1802 the world's first mass production line at the Portsm ...
Seven... t choice based on his performances in the 1995 films The Usual Suspects and, and 1992's Glengarry Glen Ross. Spacey was surprised; he said, "I usuall ...
The Cat's Meow... sing. Also in 2001, she depicted the late American actress Marion Davies in, directed by Peter Bogdanovich. Derek Elley of Variety described the film ...
Hell Drivers... Wooland. He then played a rogue lorry driver Johnny Yates in Cy Endfield's(1957) alongside Stanley Baker, Herbert Lom, Peggy Cummins and Patrick McG ...
Walking Tall... hments, and corruption in the county. His story has been made famous in theseries of movies starring Joe Don Baker and Bo Svenson, and in numerous do ...
The New York Times Magazine... pt to rally support for France against Nazi oppression. It was published inin November 1942, and also in its original French in Le Canada, de Montréa ...
The Star... that Davis's comeback had petered out, and an Academy Award nomination for(1952) did not halt her decline
Marked Woman... to jail with a 30–50 year sentence. The case was made into the 1937 movie '', starring Bette Davis
Salon.com... g It On. The film generated mostly critical reviews, with Charles Taylor ofwriting that the film had failed to provide Dunst with as good a role as s ...
Iron Man... habit. Drug-free, Mentzer returned to training bodybuilders and writing formagazine and spent much of the 1990s regaining his stature in the bodybuil ...
The Prince... ars later Machiavelli also argued assassination could be useful in his book. In medieval times, an army and even a nation might be based upon and aro ...
The Daily Telegraph... main residence while it was allegedly let out to someone else. In May 2009,printed allegations that he had been flipping his homes in London. Flippin ...
El País... e events they uncovered were chronicled in the Spanish nationwide newspaper. Witnesses told Spanish investigators they saw a man who resembled Shehhi ...
How to RapThe same technique is also noted in the book, where diagrams are used to show how the lyrics line up with the beat – " ...
Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems... de. Shannon was also the founder of modern cryptography with his 1949 paper
Glengarry Glen Ross... his performances in the 1995 films The Usual Suspects and Seven, and 1992's. Spacey was surprised; he said, "I usually play characters who are very q ...
This Sporting Life... dson's The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962) and Anderson's own(1963), produced by Reisz. Anderson's film met with mixed reviews at the t ...
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Cat People... oduced in films during this period, and similar creatures were presented in. Mummies were cinematically depicted as fearsome monsters as well. As for ...
Kuensel... the country's form of government. According to the national newspaper, the, the previous King stated to his cabinet that "as long as he himself cont ...
The Brothers Grimm... fictionalized version of Wilhelm Grimm in Terry Gilliam's fantasy adventure(2005), which was a critically panned commercial failure; The Washington P ...
Dracula... ters and playwrights include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift and the creator of, Bram Stoker. It is arguably most famous as the location of the greatest ...
Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?... wen Rutherford on Leave It to Beaver. She was also briefly seen in the filmin an ad parody at the beginning of the film. Barrett is the mother of Eug ...
This American LifeIn 2000, the radio programfeatured a story about the battle to disband the town in the face of devel ...
The Incredible Hulk... 1973, did an episode of The Love Boat with him in 1977, and guested on hisprogram in 1980 just before they divorced. On March 1, 1981, Bixby's six-y ...
It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World... h Little Girl" reached the pop/R&B Top 10, and they had a cameo in the film. However, later in 1963 they learned that the trust  — holding their roya ...
If....... Travis trilogy", all of which star Malcolm McDowell as the title character:(1968), a satire on public schools; O Lucky Man! (1973) a Pilgrim's Progre ...
Two's Company... opted a baby boy, Michael, in 1952, and Davis appeared in a Broadway revue,directed by Jules Dassin. She was uncomfortable working outside of her are ...
Targets... ecting job which Bogdanovich accepted immediately. He worked with Corman on, which starred Boris Karloff, and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Wom ...
Van Helsing... r is frequently depicted in this manner, in films such as Monster Squad and. The Hulk is an example of the "Monster as Hero" archetype. The theme of ...
Sunset Boulevard... n ordinary man and yet a special man". Spacey's voiceover is a throwback to (1950), which is also narrated in retrospect by a dead character. Mendes ...
I Wanted WingsWhen working on(1941), with Brian Donlevy and William Holden, he went up with a pilot to ...
The Cider House Rules... ce successes like The Devil's Advocate (1997), Mighty Joe Young (1998), and(1999). She was on the cover of the January 1999 issue of Vanity Fair as t ...
Green Street... United lost 2–0 to the Gills in an episode broadcast in 2004. The 2005 film(known as Green Street Hooligans in the USA) makes use of action sequences ...
The New York TimesWriting in, Orville Prescott received the novel caustically, describing it as a "dis ...
Enduring Love... cEwan's novel Enduring Love, which was later turned into a film also called; the American movies Fatal Attraction and The Bodyguard, the Portuguese f ...
Daily Racing Form... , the timer malfunctioned during that race, stopping the clock at 1:55. Twoclockers timed Secretariat's Preakness in 1:53 2/5, a new track record. A ...
Grace of My Heart... ced earlier, in 1996, on a song called "God Give Me Strength" for the movie. This led the pair to write and record the critically acclaimed album Pai ...
Film Threat... leaved in half by a glass door.” (referencing a scene from Thirteen Ghosts)'s Jim Agnew called it “dark, disturbing and original throughout. You know ...
Black Narcissus... ncluding her first starring role in the film adaptation of Uncle Silas, and(both 1947). Olivier offered her the chance to work and study at the Brist ...
Fahrenheit 9/11... ennsylvania State University biology professor showed his students the filmjust before the 2004 election in an attempt to influence their votes. Pres ...
The Fisher King... bin's worked with Terry Gilliam before as well, of course, most famously in. But I have no idea about Good Omens casting (except for Shadwell. Terry ...
Rocky V... boxing promoter George Washington Duke, played by Richard Gant in the film, is based on King and uses his famous catchphrase, "Only in America!" Kin ...
The Matrix... alia and Warner Roadshow Studios, host large international productions likeand and
Beginning of the EndUrbana provides the setting for Bert I. Gordon's 1957 science fiction film,. Parodied on the television program, Mystery Science Theater 3000, this m ...
Entertainment Weekly... no. With the release of her debut single "Back & Forth", Dimitri Ehrlich ofexpressed that Aaliyah's "silky vocals are more agile than those of self-p ...
Nature... 0. After data acquisition and processing, Sagan et al. published a paper inin 1993 detailing the results of the experiment. Galileo had found what ar ...
The Failure of the New EconomicsAustrian School economic commentator and journalist Henry Hazlitt'sis a paragraph-by-paragraph critique of The General Theory. In 1960 he pub ...
No Wave Cinemawas an underground film scene in Tribeca and the East Village. Filmmakers ...
Torn Curtain... mple, it is not the sole case of well-known rejected scores. Others include(Bernard Herrmann), Troy (Gabriel Yared), Peter Jackson's King Kong (Howar ...
Rolling Stone... endships with rock star Alice Cooper—the two were photographed together formagazine—and television host Dick Cavett, becoming a frequent guest on Cav ...
A History of the English-Speaking Peoples... came a member of the editorial board of Sir Winston Churchill's four volume
Oh, Kay!This was followed by(1926); Funny Face (1927); Strike Up the Band (1927 and 1930); Gershwin gi ...
The New York Times... ent into a depressive state and was placed in institution; when he escaped,ran a cover story declaring him missing, and after being found in New Jers ...
Head Office... ole as more or less himself in 1982's The Last Fight and in the 1985 comedy. He also had another brief cameo as himself in the 1997 movie The Devil's ...
ICD-10... not been formally defined through a diagnostic system such as the DSM-IV or, and are nearly absent from current scientific literature regarding menta ...
Unfinished Tales... The meeting of Gandalf and Thorin is described in "The Quest of Erebor" in
The Last Kiss... including the Union terrace and Library Mall. More recently, the 2006 filmused Madison and the university as a back-drop. One early scene in the fil ...
The Irish Times... e. Dublin is also the headquarters of important national newspapers such asand Irish Independent, as well as local newspapers such as The Evening Her ...
Florida Todayis the major daily newspaper serving Melbourne, Brevard County and the Spa ...
Showgirls... d him as her manager after he kept sending her scripts for films similar toand Species. After several months in the city, she was cast in her first f ...
WizardAccording to George Pérez in amagazine interview in 1994, Chris Claremont suggested that Superman of Ear ...
Daily Racing Form(Secretariat, the 1973 winner, is credited with running 1:53 2/5 by the. However, the timer malfunctioned during that race, stopping the clock at ...
The Sims... most successful series to date and the best-selling PC game of all time is(2000). Maxis has developed seven expansion packs for the game as well as ...
The Argosy... contact with anyone but his mother. This changed when he wrote a letter to, a pulp magazine, complaining about the insipidness of the love stories o ...
The Road to Serfdom... d that the Treatise no longer reflected his thinking. After reading Hayek's, Keynes wrote to Hayek saying: "Morally and philosophically I find myself ...
Harvard Classics... exemption) to the intellectual welfare of the general public. He edited the, which together are colloquially known as his and which were intended at ...
NMEBritish group Public Image Ltd (PiL) were also pioneers, described by theas "arguably the first post-rock group". Their second album Metal Box (197 ...
Edward Scissorhands... ollywood debut when the Southgate Shopping Center was featured in the movie. It is also mentioned in the Sublime song "April 26, 1992 (Miami)" when l ...
Allmusic... isc set, which included a greatest hits audio CD and a DVD. Andy Kellman ofremarked "Ultimate Aaliyah adequately represents the shortened career of a ...
The Dirty Dozen... r, Lee Marvin, found himself camping in Ferry Meadows during the filming of: Next Mission in 1985. In October 2008 Hollywood returned to Wansford for ...
Viva Las Vegas... nn-Margret, who would later co-star with Presley in the 1964 motion picture, The Cadets, Roger Miller, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, John Cale, Merle ...
John Jay ReportThe 2004commissioned by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) was based ...
Go-Set‘Pop’ magazines such as(which began in 1966), the Daily Planet, RAM, and Juke, and television pro ...
The Sirius Mystery... efer to a third star accompanying Sirius A and B. Robert Temple's 1976 book, credits them with knowledge of the four Galilean moons of Jupiter and th ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... ); the great industrialist and architect of the nearby Atmospheric railway,; Prog-rock band Wishbone Ash, supermodel Lily Cole, comedian Jim Davidson ...
He Who Must Die... in 1966, and career. As a start, the next year she starred in the latter'sand other films by Dassin followed featuring Mercouri, such as The Law (19 ...
Never on SundayShe became well-known to international audiences when she starred in(1960), in which Dassin was the director and co-star. For this film, Merco ...
National Film Registry... oman Under the Influence was selected for preservation in the United Statesas being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", one of ...
Fort DuquesneJohn Forbes, a general in the French and Indian War who liberatedand established Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States was brought up in ...
Back to School... film that made extensive use of the city as a backdrop was the 1986 comedy, starring Rodney Dangerfield. The University's Bascom Hill was used exten ...
The New York TimesThe local newspaper is The Ledger, owned by
U.S. News & World Report... master's degrees; over 300 law degrees; and more than 160 doctoral degrees.ranked SU 53rd among national universities in the United States for 2009 a ...
Sabrina the Teenage Witch... lete her degree, because she was given the title role for the 1996 TV movie. This was followed by the television series of the same name which lasted ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... st Actress Award at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for theand the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
Principia Ethica... he phrase was described by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book. Moore stated that a naturalistic fallacy is committed whenever a philoso ...
Young Bess... ong the many films she appeared in during this period were The Robe (1953),(1953), Désirée (1954), The Egyptian (1954), Guys and Dolls (1955) – "in w ...
21 DaysThe First and the Last, a short play, was adapted as, starring Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier
The Hollywood Reporter... ce the film at the time of its release, when McCarthyism was in full force.charged at the time that it was made "under direct orders of the Kremlin." ...
Modern Times... n during this era can be understood through films such as Chaplin's classic. These concepts did not stay confined to the shop floor. One magazine inv ...
PeopleIn July 2006, Bass revealed that he is gay in a cover story formagazine. He was awarded the Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award in Oct ...
The Boston Globe... obert F. Kennedy, Jr., Joseph Patrick Kennedy II, and other family members.wrote of the changed role: "It underscored the evolution that surprised so ...
Book of Wisdom... change his soul and false imaginations would not deceive his mind – as theteaches about early death
documentaryIn late 1961, Smith left his job at CBS when a dispute erupted over acalled Who Speaks for Birmingham?. This in-depth investigation concerned t ...
Amazing Stories... d text pieces for Weird Tales and Planet Stories, and was also published inand Marvel Science Stories. He wrote for a diverse range of pulp magazines ...
Modern Times... ing his 1929 Oscar as a doorstop. This may help explain why City Lights and, considered by several polls to be two of the greatest of all motion pict ...
Marshall Field III... nd and build seaside mansions and estates. These included William Matheson,, Ronald Conklin, Harold Dimppel, Sr., Ferdinand Eberstadt and George McKe ...
"À la folie... pas du tout" ("He Loves Me... He Loves Me Not")The 2002 French filmrecounts the story of a young woman with erotomania obsessed with her neig ...
Rolling Stone... to please critics with the contemporary sound it contained. Ernest Hardy offelt that Aaliyah reflected a stronger technique, where she gave her best ...
Zorba the Greek... ge film Stella (1955), directed by Michael Cacoyannis (also the director of). The film received special praise at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival, wher ...
The Actress... ontract with Hughes in 1952. In 1953 she starred alongside Spencer Tracy in, a film that was one of her personal favourites. Among the many films she ...
A Death in the Family... , Spartacus (1960), All the Way Home (1963) – a film of James Agee's novel,– and The Happy Ending (1969), again directed by Brooks and for which she ...
Skeptical Inquirer... is has been the subject of controversy and speculation. According to a 1978article it is possibly the result of cultural contamination. Some have sug ...
The Uninhibited... e, Carl Foreman, Norman Jewison, and starred in films like Spanish languageby Juan Antonio Bardem. She continued her stage career in the Greek produc ...
Britain's Best Sitcom... ist created by the British Film Institute. In the 2004, a BBC TV poll for "", Blackadder was voted the second best British sitcom of all time, topped ...
The New York Times... nationally recognized as a leading undergraduate institution. In July 2006,included Grinnell in its profile of the 20 colleges and universities of "e ...
StardustEven in 2008, Gilliam was still hopeful about the project. Neil Gaiman'sand Beowulf were successful as films in 2007, which has given the Good Ome ...
The Out-of-Towners... ddams Family Values (1993), Baby's Day Out (1994), Marvin's Room (1996) and(1999)
Planet Stories... 0s, Fox wrote a number of short stories and text pieces for Weird Tales and, and was also published in Amazing Stories and Marvel Science Stories. He ...
Sweet Bird of Youth... continued her stage career in the Greek production of Tennessee Williams's(1960), under the direction of Karolos Koun. In 1967, she played the leadi ...
Our Village... author of the popular literary sketches of the English countryside entitled, also wrote a successful play concerned with events in Foscari's life. Mi ...
The Happy Ending... Way Home (1963) – a film of James Agee's novel, A Death in the Family – and(1969), again directed by Brooks and for which she received her second Osc ...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IIIIn the feature film, the Daimyo emerges from a bell struck by a cannonball with his hair stic ...
Chronicle of the Kings of Alba... Constantine as "the Bald". He reigned for eighteen months according to the
The BeastmasterBy 1982, fantasy films such asand Conan the Barbarian had proven successful at the box office, and Baksh ...
Les Misérables... go wrote some of his best-known works while in exile in Guernsey, including. His home in St. Peter Port, Hauteville House, is now a museum administer ...
Treatise... d to (and even confused with) the is–ought problem, which comes from Hume's
The Big Country... ghtfully proper (and improper) as the Salvation Army officer Sarah Brown" –(1958), Elmer Gantry (1960), (directed by her second husband, Richard Broo ...
Roanoke-Chowan News-HeraldIt is served by thenewspaper
Atanarjuat... Before the rule change, Canada submitted one film in a different language—(2001), shot in Inuktitut. That language, one of the country's aboriginal ...
The FirmFeature films that have been filmed in the Cayman Islands include:, Haven, Cayman Went and
2 Days in the Valley... II (1995). Her first speaking role was a supporting but significant part in. Larger roles in widely released Hollywood films followed, and her career ...
Ride Beyond Vengeance... episodes. After the cancellation of Martian, Bixby starred in four movies:, Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding, and two of Elvis Presley's movies, Cla ...
Marvin's Room... porting performances to Addams Family Values (1993), Baby's Day Out (1994),(1996) and The Out-of-Towners (1999)
The Ring Two... other Japanese horror films, including The Grudge and Dark Water. A sequel,, was released in North American theaters on March 18, 2005. It was direct ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... success directed by Hollywood veteran William Wyler. Streisand won the 1968for the role, sharing it with Katharine Hepburn (The Lion in Winter), the ...
Weird Tales... and into the 1950s, Fox wrote a number of short stories and text pieces forand Planet Stories, and was also published in Amazing Stories and Marvel S ...
River View Observer... is part of The Hudson Reporter group of local weeklies. Other weeklies, theand El Especialito also cover local news. Bayonne-based periodicals includ ...
A Dream of PassionShe retired from film acting in 1978, when she played in her last film,, directed by her husband Jules Dassin. Her last performance on stage was ...
Der Untergang... draws at least partly on Inside the Third Reich, a long list that includes
Life... egan making appearances on major TV talk shows and writing book reviews formagazine. In his follow-up work, , 1967, he tried to demonstrate the learn ...
Kid Auto Races at Venice... us role was that of The Tramp, which he first played in the Keystone comedyin 1914. From the April 1914 one-reeler Twenty Minutes of Love onwards he ...
Oxford English DictionaryAuthorities disagree about the history of the letter's name. Thesays the original name of the letter was ; this became in Vulgar Latin, pa ...
They Shoot Horses, Don't They?... Fosse's Cabaret, Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run, and Sydney Pollack's, while other films like Song of Norway and Candy, were critical and box-o ...
The Hollywood Reporter... South African to win an Oscar for Best Actress. The Oscar win pushed her to's 2006 list of highest-paid actresses in Hollywood; earning US$10 million ...
On the Line... uccess led Bass to work in film and television. He starred in the 2001 film, which his company, Bacon & Eggs, also produced. Bass later formed a seco ...
The Threepenny Opera... r stage career for the following years, playing in the Greek productions ofand, for a second time, Sweet Bird of Youth, in addition to the ancient Gr ...
On the Road... er, Japhy Ryder, in the same way Neal Cassady had inspired Dean Moriarty in. As the large majority of people in the Beat movement had urban backgroun ...
Socialist Register... work has also been criticized from a number of angles. In a 1971 paper for, Polish philosopher Leszek Kolakowski undertook a detailed critique of st ...
Dogme 95... usic; others may feature a score that plays almost continuously throughout.is a genre that has music only from sources within a film, such as from a ...
Paramount Pictures... York University in the late 1960s. The movie was slated to shoot under thebanner, but shortly before principal photography was to commence, Paramoun ...
Hello!On 10 April 2007,reported that Atkinson was moving forward with his ideas for a fifth serie ...
Cahiers du cinéma... ip ever depicted in a Lynch movie", while Thierry Jousse, in his review for, notes that the love between these two women is "of lyricism practically ...
The Rugrats Movie... in the film to perform the song. He also wrote "I Throw My Toys Around" forand performed it with No Doubt. The same year, he collaborated with Paddy ...
The DawningIn 1988 she starred inwith Anthony Hopkins and Hugh Grant, and in 1989 she again starred in a mi ...
The Truth About Cars... keep the Taurus competitive, focusing too unilaterally on trucks and SUVs.published a review/editorial also showing their disappointment at how Ford ...
Cabaret... enamed ABC Motion Pictures. It made some moneymaking films like Bob Fosse's, Woody Allen's Take the Money and Run, and Sydney Pollack's They Shoot Ho ...
The OmenThe book is a comedy and a quasi-parody of the 1976 film(as well as other books and films of the genre), concerning the birth of t ...
The More the Merrier... A Place in the Sun and in 1956 for Giant. He was also nominated in 1943 for, in 1954 for Shane, and in 1959 for The Diary of Anne Frank
Little Dorrit... as Arthur Clennam. It was directed by Karel Lamač. The fourth, in 1988, is, a UK feature film starring Alec Guinness and Derek Jacobi amongst a larg ...
Bayonne Community News... ocal, county, and regional news is covered by the daily Jersey Journal. Theis part of The Hudson Reporter group of local weeklies. Other weeklies, th ...
Promise at Dawn... est Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, while her performance in(1970) gave her another Golden Globe Award nomination
New Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon... e original novel was produced. It was later compiled into a DVD film titledin the West in 2004. The DVD film was over an hour and half longer than th ...
Octopussy... y in and around Peterborough. In 1983 opening scenes for the 13th 007 film,, starring Sir Roger Moore, were filmed at Orton Mere. A music video for t ...
Rhapsody in BlueIn 1924, Gershwin composed his first major classical work,for orchestra and piano. It was orchestrated by Ferde Grofé and premiered ...
Capital... ser and his students in an intensive philosophical rereading of Karl Marx's. The book reflects on the philosophical status of Marxist theory as "crit ...
Illya Darling... nder the direction of Karolos Koun. In 1967, she played the leading role in(from 11 April 1967 to 13 January 1968) at Broadway, for which she was nom ...
A Little Night Music... g. She toured the United States in Stephen Sondheim's well-reviewed musical, then took the show to London, and thus originated the role of Desirée Ar ...
Devil Monster... nstein Boris Karloff, and 1936's The Sea Fiend, later re-issued as the 1946
Letters from Iwo Jima... anguage Film, even though they were both nominated for (and, in the case of, won) the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film, which does n ...
Neil Gaiman... el written in collaboration between the English authors Terry Pratchett and
Bloody Disgusting... ber 20 on the cable channel Bravo's list of the 100 Scariest Movie Moments.ranked the film sixth in their list of the 'Top 20 Horror Films of the Dec ...
Mortal ThoughtsFilms set in Bayonne include the 1991 film, with Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, which was filled near Horace Mann Scho ...
Spider-Plant Man... . This idea eventually came to surface as part of the Comic Relief sketch "" in 2005, with Atkinson as the title hero, Robinson as Robin, Jim Broadbe ...
Space Camp... n the CBS television movie Kids Don't Tell. He made his big-screen debut in(1986), playing the role of Max, after starring in an Alfred Hitchcock Pre ...
The Ring TwoA sequel to The Ring was produced in 2005.is based upon the events in The Ring, and furthers the story
Hell's Angels... lms came to the silver screen. One of the first films on military aviation,broke all box office records on its release in 1929. Soon, war films of al ...
Modern Times... hts include The Immigrant (1917), The Gold Rush (1925), City Lights (1931),(1936), and The Great Dictator (1940), all of which have been selected for ...
Casper Star-TribuneCasper and the rest of Wyoming are served by the, a newspaper with statewide circulation; the Casper Journal is a communit ...
Coraline... d there’s another one – an animated film, a Henry Selick thing he’s written, I was thinking he’s really hot now, so maybe there’s a chance. I mean it ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... t performances in the history of the cinema". For this role, Theron won theat the 76th Academy Awards in February 2004, as well as the SAG Award and ...
The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language... passed into English via Old French , and by Middle English was pronounced .derives it from French hache from Latin haca or hic
Roger Rabbit... f Cool World leaped onto the stage and promised the audience: 'If you liked, you'll love Cool World!' He was wrong, but you can't blame him—he hadn't ...
The Way We Were... Sarrazin. One of her most famous roles during this period was in the drama(1973) with Robert Redford, for which she received an Academy Award nomina ...
USA Today... nse cliché.” A large sum of critics, like Miami Herald’s Rene Rodriguez and’s Claudia Puig found themselves confused and thought that by the end of t ...
Christianity Today... may have long term positive effects for the industry. John J. Thompson toldthat "The lack of monetary benefit has filtered out some of the people who ...
Systema Naturae... riginal description can be found, in this case the 10th edition of the book. (Botanists are not required to give the date)
Amazing Grace... ed by black reformers, and inhabited by free slaves from the United States., a film about Wilberforce and the struggle against the slave trade, direc ...
Girl Crazy... d as a football fight song, "Strike Up The Band for UCLA". Show Girl (1929);(1930), which introduced the standard "I Got Rhythm"; and Of Thee I Sing ...
Hearst Metrotone News... s Association, INS scrapped among the newswires. The Hearst newsreel series(1914–1967) was released as International Newsreel from January 1919 to Ju ...
Science Digest... s, Columbus, and FDR all fought…" His article was published in the magazine, 1980. It goes on to state
Pastoral Care... lish ruler. Asser assisted Alfred in his translation of Gregory the Great's, and possibly with other works
spin-offSeverals and sequels to the original series have been made, featuring all or most ...
Encyclopædia Britannica... ally loyal to a city or to a particular leader rather than to their nation.identifies the movement's genesis with the late-18th century American Revo ...
S/Z... en been less systematic (or, in some special cases such as Roland Barthes's, they have been so specifically and exhaustively systematic as to render ...
Apocalypto... nguage film like Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) or a Mayan-language film like(2006) were unable to compete for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Langu ...
Robinson Risner... chutist Joseph Kittinger spent 11 months in prison there. Brigadier Generalwas the senior ranking POW, responsible for maintaining chain of command a ...
The Future of IdeasLawrence Lessig,, 2001, p. 187-190, freely available
The King's English... to Guernsey in 1903 where he and his brother Francis George Fowler composedand the Concise Oxford Dictionary, and much of Modern English Usage
Show Girl... to UCLA to be used as a football fight song, "Strike Up The Band for UCLA".(1929); Girl Crazy (1930), which introduced the standard "I Got Rhythm"; a ...
The Spiral Dance... ith, the Newsweek/Washington Post online forum on religion. Starhawk's book(1979) was one of the main inspirations behind the Neopagan movement. In 2 ...
Seattle Post-Intelligencer... to give her a character,” whereas other critics such as William Arnold fromsaid the opposite: “she projects intelligence, determination and resourcef ...
Panorama Documentary Series... rontline* Sex Crimes and the Vatican (2006), documentary filmed for the BBCthat purports to show how the Vatican has used Crimen sollicitationis to s ...
Irish Independent... e headquarters of important national newspapers such as The Irish Times and, as well as local newspapers such as The Evening Herald
Book of Genesis... by the three sons of Anak, descendants of the Nephilim (Joshua 10:5,6). Thementions that it was formerly called Kirjath-arba, or "city of four", poss ...
The New York Times... ollowed the trends of the larger music industry since that point. In 2009 aop-ed placed the entire music industry on a "deathwatch," pointing out tha ...
Health AffairsA 2008 article in the journalsuggested that the Dutch health system, which combines mandatory universal ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... ake their marks, such as his son Robert, his pupil Joseph Locke and finally. His conservative views on the capabilities of locomotives meant that he ...
The Daily TelegraphMore recently, on 8 March 2011,reported: Last year the prince spent £620,000 as a trade envoy, including ...
The Tampa Tribune... ic of some other race, 2.7% two or more races and 12.6% Hispanic or Latino.projects a population of 115,000 by 2020 due to massive immigration
The Root of All Evil?The second episode of Dawkins' two-part television programmeexplored similar ideas and took a similar name, "The Virus of Faith"
Tom Clancy's Net Force... erkley Books for 24 paperbacks to tie in with the ABC television miniseriesaired in the fall/winter of 1998. The Op-Center universe has laid the grou ...
Newsweek... of ecofeminism. She is a columnist for Beliefnet.com and for On Faith, the/Washington Post online forum on religion. Starhawk's book The Spiral Danc ...
Gangs of New York... cks (who went on to co-script later Scorsese films The Age of Innocence and). The final draft was largely written by Scorsese and Robert De Niro
Isambard Kingdom BrunelIn Britain the Great Western Railway, designed by, pioneered broad gauge from 1838 with a gauge of , and retained this gaug ...
Cheaper by the Dozen... way to toast three slices of bread on a one-side, two-slice grill. The bookintroduced the emerging concepts to the context of family life
Cahiers pour l'Analyse... example of this points to the editors and contributors of the 1960s journal: This influence continues to guide some of today's most significant and p ...
The New York Times... n 1981 the total strength of the army was around 85,000 troops according to. The army had around 35-40,000 soldiers, who was mostly conscripts, the a ...
Little DorritThe fifth adaptation is a TV series co-produced by the BBC and WGBH Boston,, written by Andrew Davies, and featuring Claire Foy, Freema Agyeman, Bill ...
Save the Last Dance... t the U.S. grossing $8,647,295 in business, ranking in 6th place. The film,came in 1st place during that weekend grossing $23,444,930. The film's rev ...
The Gods Must Be Crazy... a Parish Council meeting had voted in favor of a flat Earth. The 1980 filmconcerns a Bushman of the Kalahari who decides to travel to "the edge of t ...
The Sea Bat... ature, two 1930s movies played on the manta's "fearsome" appearance: 1930's, starring a pre-Frankenstein Boris Karloff, and 1936's The Sea Fiend, lat ...
TIME... nged Music" in the July of that year. Also in 2006, the album was chosen bymagazine as one of the 100 best albums of all time
Chicago Reader... to Verbinski’s direction, critics railed the characters as being weak. The’s Jonathan Rosenbaurn said that the film was “an utter waste of Watts… pe ...
Of Thee I Sing... 1929); Girl Crazy (1930), which introduced the standard "I Got Rhythm"; and(1931), the first musical comedy to win a Pulitzer Prize (for Drama)
Ocean's 11... ared together on stage and in films in the early-1960s, including the movie. Sinatra, Martin and Davis were regarded as the group's lead members
Men of Honor... Horace Mann School and locations around Bayonne and Hoboken; the 2000 drama, starring Robert De Niro and Cuba Gooding Jr.; the 2002 drama Hysterical ...
Doubt... Crimen sollicitationis to silence allegations of sexual abuse by priests.*(2008), based on the eponymous playA daily updated list of films and docum ...
Time... from Action for Children's Television, favorable reviews, and a ranking inmagazine's "Best of '87" feature, Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures was can ...
Letters from Iwo Jima... ry due to their nationality. Because of this, a Japanese-language film like(2006) or a Mayan-language film like Apocalypto (2006) were unable to comp ...
Twenty Minutes of Love... one comedy Kid Auto Races at Venice in 1914. From the April 1914 one-reeleronwards he was writing and directing most of his films, by 1916 he was als ...
A Devil's Chaplain... e books Dennett and His Critics: Demystifying Mind (ISBN 0-631-19678-1) and. In this article, Dawkins coined the term faith-sufferer
The Hanoi Hilton... dition, the Hanoi Hilton was depicted in the eponymous 1987 Hollywood movie
Mr. Bean's HolidayDuring an interview in August 2007 regarding his latest movie,, Atkinson was asked about the possibility of a further Blackadder series, ...
The Two Babylons... formed a major part of Alexander Hislop's thesis in the 19th century tract
The New York Times... of the loose ends and questions that arise from the film. Stephen Holden ofwrites, "Mulholland Drive has little to do with any single character's lov ...
The Hollywood Ten... n DVD by Organa through Geneon (Pioneer), and packaged with the documentary, which reported on the ten filmmakers who were blacklisted for refusing t ...
Zulu Dawn... he war are: Zulu (1964), which is based on the Battle at Rorke's Drift, and(1979), which deals with the Battle of Isandlwana
Jesus Christ Superstar... m he had just completed. Elton John accompanied Groucho to a performance of. As the lights went down, Groucho called out, "Does it have a happy endin ...
Gone with the Wind... l film library, including Rebecca and Portrait of Jennie (but not including, which Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer had acquired outright in the 1940s)
National Geographic... t food diet, and recommends using protein only as a condiment with meals. Acover article from November 2005, entitled The Secrets of Living Longer, a ...
Species Plantarum... naming species is credited to Linnaeus, effectively beginning with his workin 1753
Ordinary People... helma Schoonmaker for editing, but Best Director went to Robert Redford for
House of Flying Daggers... rn world, where they were previously little known, and led to films such asand Hero marketed towards western audiences. The film also provided the br ...
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy... Best Novel, and was short-listed for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel.classifies Anno Dracula as "recursive fantasy", and further describes the ...
SirachThe Old Testament Deuterocanonical books of Tobit and, accepted as part of the Scriptural canon by Catholic Church, Eastern Ort ...
I Remember Mama... orld War II experiences was that his subsequent films became more dramatic.in 1948 was the last movie that he made with comic scenes. He was responsi ...
Désirée... she appeared in during this period were The Robe (1953), Young Bess (1953),(1954), The Egyptian (1954), Guys and Dolls (1955) – "in which she's delig ...
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy... ight romance terms steampunk's dense reworking of a 19th century London." (, pp. 803, 896)
Bedlington Ironworks... Robert was the managing director. A fourth partner was Michael Longridge of. On an early trade card, Robert Stephenson & Co were described as "Engine ...
The Lays of Beleriand... ers in several of Tolkien's books and other works such as The Silmarillion,, and most recently The Children of Húrin. Similar to the other great fore ...
The Sign of the Cross... Cecil B. DeMille produced and directed a highly successful film version of, starring Fredric March as centurion Marcus Superbus, Claudette Colbert a ...
The Rose of Versailles... Russian Revolution. Her use of foreign settings and androgynous themes madeand Orpheus no Mado "enormous successes"
A tour thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain... ge of Westhumble) described the swallow holes in the River Mole in his book(first published in 1724)
Hand of God... om Evil (2006), directed by Amy Berg and produced by Berg and Frank Donner*(2006), documentary filmed for Frontline* Sex Crimes and the Vatican (2006 ...
Hidden Words... any of the writings of the Báb, Bahá'u'lláh and `Abdu'l-Bahá, including thein 1929, the Kitáb-i-Íqán in 1931, Gleanings in 1935 and Epistle to the So ...
Ballet Mécanique... n Ray, Léger produced and directed the iconic and Futurism-influenced film,(Mechanical Ballet). Neither abstract nor narrative, it is a series of ima ...
Best Actor in a Leading Role... ademy Award for Best Sound, Recording (Stephen Dunn), and was nominated for(Bing Crosby), Best Actress in a Leading Role (Ingrid Bergman), Best Direc ...
Humanae Vitae... damage caused by the sexual revolution in 1968 and the strong backlash over. Yet other authors have asserted that the drop in vocations was at least ...
Chicago Sun-TimesRoger Ebert of therated the film four out of four stars and called it "terribly complicated, ...
Honeymoon in Vegas... ufnel attempting a version of the song at Presley's grave. In the 1992 film, Billy Joel made a version of "Heartbreak Hotel" and "All Shook Up", whil ...
The Greatest Story Ever Told... ssic films as A Place in the Sun, Shane, The Diary of Anne Frank, Giant and. He ended his directing career with the 1970 film The Only Game in Town w ...
Hancock... the Year. That year she also starred with Will Smith in the superhero film, and in late 2008 she was asked to be a UN Messenger of Peace by the UN S ...
The GW HatchetAround the same time Horowitz also ran the ad in, claiming the MSA was a radical group. Jake Sherman, the newspaper's edit ...
The Egyptian... during this period were The Robe (1953), Young Bess (1953), Désirée (1954),(1954), Guys and Dolls (1955) – "in which she's delightfully proper (and i ...
Kitáb-i-Íqán... Báb, Bahá'u'lláh and `Abdu'l-Bahá, including the Hidden Words in 1929, thein 1931, Gleanings in 1935 and Epistle to the Son of the Wolf in 1941. He ...
The Rose of VersaillesHer most famous manga isalso known as Lady Oscar in Europe. This manga, loosely based on the Frenc ...
stage musical... bly All Quiet on the Western Front and Johnny Got His Gun. The 1963 EnglishOh, What a Lovely War! provided a satirical take on World War I, which was ...
2 Maccabees... in common, but their cults are historically distinct. There is reference in12.26 and 1 Maccabees 5:43 to an Atargateion or Atergateion, a temple of A ...
Rango... during a interview in The Hollywood Reporter for his first animated movie,. Saying "What happened to the Ralph Bakshis of the world? We're all sitti ...
Classic Rock... Ellefson rejoined Megadeth after eight years. He stated in an interview formagazine that Megadeth drummer Shawn Drover contacted him and told him tha ...
National Film Registry... e Nuremberg Trials. In 2008, his footage was entered into the United Statesby the Library of Congress as an "essential visual record" of World War II
The Children of Húrin... er works such as The Silmarillion, The Lays of Beleriand, and most recently. Similar to the other great forests of Tolkien's legendarium such as Mirk ...
Ms. magazine... lden Globe nominations for her lead performance in the drama North Country.also honoured her for this performance with a feature article in its Fall ...
Epistle to the Son of the Wolf... g the Hidden Words in 1929, the Kitáb-i-Íqán in 1931, Gleanings in 1935 andin 1941. He also translated such historical texts as The Dawn-breakers. Hi ...
Peterborough Evening TelegraphTheor ET (established 1948) is the city's newspaper, published Monday to Satu ...
The Rose of Versailles... the most popular Japanese comic artists in the 1970s, being best known for
TV Guide... sult is an astonishing, compulsive film, directed with a crackling energy."rated the film four out of four stars, calling it "tough-minded" and "movi ...
Let's Get It On... al and romance-themed music and funk, while his 1970s recordings, including(1973) and I Want You (1976) helped develop the quiet storm sound and form ...
cinematic version... vely War! provided a satirical take on World War I, which was released in adirected by Richard Attenborough in 1969
The Barbarian Invasions... untry as a whole. For example, the Oscar statuette won by the Canadian film(2003) was until recently on display at the Museum of Civilization in Queb ...
Modern Times... best known of several songs he composed are "Smile", composed for the film(1936) and given lyrics to help promote a 1950s revival of the film, famou ...
The Long, Hot Summer... Newman. The two were married in 1958 after their work together in the film. By that time, Woodward had starred in The Three Faces of Eve (1957), for ...
Empire magazineThe film also ranks at No.497 on's 2008 list of the 500 greatest movies of all time
The Observer... hings are the non-sequiturs and subconscious of dreams." Philip French fromsees it as an allusion to Hollywood tragedy, while Jane Douglas from the B ...
Book of Common PrayerHis translation of the Psalter is used in the Anglican, and is the most familiar translation of the psalms for many Anglicans al ...
The Atlas of Middle-earthIn, predating the New Line films by over a decade, Karen Wynn Fonstad estima ...
Bedlington Ironworks... for the new line were wrought-iron ones, produced by John Birkinshaw at the. Wrought-iron rails could be produced in much longer lengths than the cas ...
Elmer Gantry... roper) as the Salvation Army officer Sarah Brown" – The Big Country (1958),(1960), (directed by her second husband, Richard Brooks), Spartacus (1960) ...
Up the Sandbox... projects for themselves. Streisand's initial outing with First Artists was(1972)
Sight & Sound... as a masterpiece and was voted the greatest film of the 1980s by Britain'smagazine. It received eight Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, Bes ...
True Romance... a version of "Heartbreak Hotel" and "All Shook Up", while the same year in, actor Val Kilmer performed an a cappella version. Nicole Kidman and Hugh ...
Hot Shots! Part Deux... 1991 film Hot Shots as Mailman Farnham, and also starred in the 1993 sequel, as marine Rabinowitz
Elephants Dream... tion compensation works. Two successive frames were captured from the movie. As can be seen from the images, the bottom (motion compensated) differen ...
Boston Herald... Gallup Poll gave Kennedy a very low 22 percent national approval rating. A/WCVB-TV poll found that 62 percent of Massachusetts citizens thought Kenn ...
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (film)... e Ralph Peer was the talent scout and sound recordist. A scene in the moviedepicts a similar occurrence in the same timeframe
The Three Faces of Eve... her in the film The Long, Hot Summer. By that time, Woodward had starred in(1957), for which she won the 1957 Academy Award for Best Actress
The Longest Day... is, World War II also inspired films as varied as Bridge on the River Kwai,, Catch-22, Saving Private Ryan, and The Sea Shall Not Have Them. The next ...
Majmal al-Tawarikh wa Al-Qasas2) The unknown writer of(circa 1126)
Hello Kitty... here were many Japan-only models made, including a Sakura Taisen version. Aversion was also released in 2000, which, due to its limited production, h ...
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society... Planetologist Christopher McKay wrote "Terraforming Mars", a paper for the. The paper discussed the prospects of a self-regulating Martian biosphere ...
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie... 21, 2004, the film was released in Region 1 - together with Shadows, Faces,, and Opening Night - as part of the eight-disc box set John Cassavetes - ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... rd had starred in The Three Faces of Eve (1957), for which she won the 1957
Getting Things Done# Thesystem is a model of personal workflow management for information workers
Taxi Driver... hol's Dracula", and "The Other Side of Midnight". It includes references to, Ms. 45, Blade, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Deathmaster, Elvira, Mistre ...
Trapped... n a relationship with Irish actor Stuart Townsend, with whom she starred in(2002) and Head in the Clouds (2004). Theron and Townsend separated in Jan ...
The Prince of Tides... 1983), she was producer, director, and star, an experience she repeated for(1991) and The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996). There was controversy when Yen ...
Billboard's... he music industry during this time. The number two, three and four songs oncharts for that year were Elvis Presley, "Heartbreak Hotel"; Johnny Cash, ...
McCall's... n was appearing in 194 American newspapers. He also had a monthly column inand a weekly column in Sports Illustrated
All the Way Home... (1960), (directed by her second husband, Richard Brooks), Spartacus (1960),(1963) – a film of James Agee's novel, A Death in the Family – and The Hap ...
BibliothecaTheseems to be following Pherecydes, who relates how the infant Dionysus, god ...
The Bell Curve... tz has received $4 million from the Bradley Foundation, which also financed(a controversial book on race and intelligence)
Summer Wishes, Winter DreamsWoodward has continued to act, in such films asand Philadelphia (1993) in which she played the mother to Tom Hanks' chara ...
Ms. 45... ", and "The Other Side of Midnight". It includes references to Taxi Driver,, Blade, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Deathmaster, Elvira, Mistress of th ...
The New England Journal of Medicine... tion called the "Space Invaders elbow" as a complaint, while a physician innamed a similar ailment the "Space Invaders Wrist." Space Invaders was als ...
Daily Graphic... housand copies of Zetetic Astronomy. Challenges were issued in the New Yorkoffering $10,000 to charity to anyone proving the Earth revolved on an axi ...
The Sims... the game on its own time; following this, Wright's efforts were thrown into, at the time seen as a major gamble for the company, as the dollhouse gam ...
SwimfanIn the filmMadison is shown to be obsessed with the main character Ben, to the point ...
Christianity Today... described as "The United States' most well-known evangelical." According to, "today on American college and high school campuses, the name most assoc ...
Æon FluxWhile filmingin Berlin, Germany, Theron suffered a herniated disc in her neck, which oc ...
Sports Illustrated... newspapers. He also had a monthly column in McCall's and a weekly column in
Jesus vs. Santa... ving a series based upon Trey Parker and Matt Stone's video Christmas card,. Bakshi enlisted a team of writers, including his son Preston, to develop ...
Our Fathers... cation (2004), film by Pedro Almodovar.*Twist of Faith (2004), an HBO film*(2005), a Showtime movie based on the book by David France* Deliver Us fro ...
Oshkosh Northwestern... dds complexity to making a final attendance estimate. The EAA estimates andreports the actual number of attendees is most likely between 300,000-500, ...
One of the Hollywood TenA drama film, based on the making of the film, was chronicled in(2000). It was produced and directed by Karl Francis, starred Jeff Goldblu ...
The Mirror Has Two Faces... or, and star, an experience she repeated for The Prince of Tides (1991) and(1996). There was controversy when Yentl received five Academy Award nomin ...
Elvis on TourScorsese also helped provide footage for the documentary
Democracy in America... mass production: the homogeneous consumer base. De Tocqueville wrote in his(1835) that "The absence in the United States of those vast accumulations ...
The ObserverIn 2003, he was listed inas one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy. When he received the UK ...
Rolling Stone'sIn 2009, the album was ranked #317 onlist of the 500 greatest albums of all time, and was later ranked at #84 o ...
Press Gazette... r as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy. When he received the UKaward in 2004 for Best Cartoonist, in his speech he thanked "George Bush - ...
Going My Way... of Father O'Malley had been previously portrayed by Crosby in the 1944 film, for which Crosby had won the Academy Award for Best Actor
The Kid... cores of all his First National shorts: The Idle Class in 1971 (paired withfor re-release in 1972), A Day's Pleasure in 1973, Pay Day in 1972, Sunnys ...
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark... s to Taxi Driver, Ms. 45, Blade, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Deathmaster,, The Light at the End, Death Wish, Convoy, Vampirella, Natural Born Kille ...
Bowling for Columbine... nheads Bowling" was used as the title track for the 2002 Michael Moore film. A portion of the original Camper Van Beethoven recording can be heard as ...
Crisis at Central High... sion. She appeared in the television films Sybil, opposite Sally Field, and. She was the narrator for Martin Scorsese's screen version of The Age of ...
The Queen... or James Cromwell portrayed Prince Philip in the Academy Award-winning film(2006)
The SimsThe first prints offeatured Maxis' logo prominently on the front, sides, and back of the box ...
L'Inhumaine... 1923–24 he designed the set for the laboratory scene in Marcel L'Herbier's(The Inhuman One). In 1924, in collaboration with Dudley Murphy, George An ...
Rolling Stone... and social commentary in their lyrics were revolutionary within the genre.ranked N.W.A number 83 on their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All T ...
Deliver Us from Evil... lm* Our Fathers (2005), a Showtime movie based on the book by David France*(2006), directed by Amy Berg and produced by Berg and Frank Donner* Hand o ...
Foreign AffairsLouis J. Halle, formerly of the United States Department of State, wrote in(Summer 1980) that the colonization of space will protect humanity in the ...
The Age of Innocence... Central High. She was the narrator for Martin Scorsese's screen version of
Rhapsody in Blue... re widely known. Among his best known works are the orchestral compositionsand An American in Paris, as well as the opera
Song of Norway... and Sydney Pollack's They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, while other films likeand Candy, were critical and box-office disasters upon release despite the ...
The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters... s fond of parodying famous paintings. Examples include his parody of Goya's(in an about the UK Independence Party); William Hogarth's The Gate of Cal ...
Little Prince... e been awarded to honour Saint-Exupéry's most famous literary creation, his
Best Actress in a Leading Role... en Dunn), and was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Bing Crosby),(Ingrid Bergman), Best Director, Best Film Editing, Best Music, Scoring of ...
Cenere... wn book in Italy-, L'incendio nell'oliveto (1918), Il Dio dei venti (1922).was the inspiration for a movie with the famous Italian actress Eleonora D ...
Best Actor... y awards for Best Picture (producer), Best Original Screenplay (writer) and
Great Expectations... ant, and in 1989 she again starred in a mini-series, this time a version of, in which she played the role of Miss Havisham, Estella's adoptive mother ...
The Guardian... but nothing actually came off. I ran out of money and became quite lonely."asked six well-known film critics for their own perceptions of the overall ...
Meet the Fockers... and made a return to film acting, after an eight-year hiatus, in the comedy(a sequel to Meet the Parents), playing opposite Dustin Hoffman, Ben Still ...
1 Maccabees... ults are historically distinct. There is reference in 2 Maccabees 12.26 and5:43 to an Atargateion or Atergateion, a temple of Atargatis, at Carnion i ...
From Russia With Love... between "Kronsteen" and "McAdams" in the early part of the James Bond movieis based on a game in that opening played between Spassky and David Bronst ...
Chemical Abstracts Serviceare unique numerical identifiers assigned by thet
Natural Born Killers... Mistress of the Dark, The Light at the End, Death Wish, Convoy, Vampirella,, Badlands, Nocturna, Cruising, Vampire Junction, The Addiction, and The L ...
The Billboard... called "folk" in the trades, and "hillbilly" within the industry. In 1944,replaced the term "hillbilly" with "folk songs and blues," and switched to ...
Dunfermline Press... following the arrival of Philips and the re-location of the offices of the. Smaller industrial estates were focused on Dickson Street, Halbeath Driv ...
The Clouded Yellow... the Fire (1939), though by and large the action is studio-bound. Later came(1951) and Payroll (1961), both of which feature more extensive scenes fil ...
The Silmarillion... many major characters in several of Tolkien's books and other works such as, The Lays of Beleriand, and most recently The Children of Húrin. Similar ...
Candy... s They Shoot Horses, Don't They?, while other films like Song of Norway and, were critical and box-office disasters upon release despite them both be ...
Meet the Parents... ng, after an eight-year hiatus, in the comedy Meet the Fockers (a sequel to), playing opposite Dustin Hoffman, Ben Stiller, Blythe Danner and Robert ...
The Little Prince... lso won the U.S. National Book Award. He is best remembered for his novella(Le Petit Prince) and for his lyrical aviation writings, including Night F ...
Happy Feet... ed the song in a medley with Prince's "Kiss", for the 2006 Warner Bros film. The song was also featured in Alvin and the Chipmunks' 1990 television s ...
Down Beat... ial music theories for the leading music publications of the day, including, Metronome, and Billboard
Inglourious Basterds... no who shot the movie-in-a-movie Stolz der Nation (Pride of the Nation) for(which incidentally purports to be Sicily) on the Untermarkt and Obermarkt ...
Howl's Moving Castle... Bible. In 2004 Simmons voiced the lead-role of Sophie in the English dub of
Scientific American... n the early 1920s articles in Popular Astronomy by Russell W. Porter and inby Albert G. Ingalls featuring Porter and the Springfield Telescope Makers ...
Valley GirlNew Wave soundtracks were used in mainstream "Brat Pack" films such as, Sixteen Candles, Pretty In Pink, and The Breakfast Club. John Hughes, a ...
PenthouseIn February 1970, Sports Illustrated andmagazines both published articles about McLain's involvement in bookmaking ...
Paradise Now... inian activists. Three years later, however, another Palestinian-Arab film,(2005), succeeded in getting nominated for the Foreign Language Film Award ...
Book of Common Prayer... used to endorse completely all of the ritual directions and formulas of the; the imposition of its liturgical order by legal force and inspection sha ...
Stormy Monday... ity was also backdrop to another gangster film, the 1988 film noir thriller, directed by Mike Figgis and starring Tommy Lee Jones, Melanie Griffith, ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... February 2, 1958 in Las Vegas. In March 28 the same year, Woodward won the. The couple remained married until Newman's death from cancer on Septembe ...
De humani corporis fabricaIn 1543, the first book on human anatomy, was published and printed in Basel by A ...
A Room with a View... ted films, such as Light in the Piazza, Calmi Cuori Appassionati, Hannibal,, Tea with Mussolini and Virgin Territory. The city is home to renowned It ...
The Brooklyn RailIn an interview with David Levi Strauss and Christopher Bamford in, Bey has said on the formation of Green Hermeticism
Arthashastra... poison and fire arrows, but advises poisoning food and water. Kautilya's "," a statecraft manual of the same era, contains hundreds of recipes for c ...
Get Carter... th of which feature more extensive scenes filmed in the city. The 1971 filmwas shot on location in and around Newcastle and offers an opportunity to ...
documentary... or who conducts a witch-hunt. From 1994 until 1998 Simmons narrated the A&Etelevision series, Mysteries of the Bible. In 2004 Simmons voiced the lead ...
The Silmarillion... been speaking poetically, but as Of the Rings of Power and the Third Age insays, the city is referred to Minas Anor again after Sauron's overthrow
The Circus... ay Day in 1972, Sunnyside in 1974, and of his feature length films, firstlyin 1969 and The Kid in 1971. Chaplin worked with music associate Eric Jame ...
Marshall Field III... the Neck. Currently many of these estates have been adapted for other uses.'s estate is now Caumsett State Historic Park, the Conklin estate is a Rom ...
Cool World... d drug references. After a nine-year hiatus from feature films, he directed(1992), which was largely rewritten during production and received poor re ...
Academy Award for Best ActressIn 1958, Woodward won thefor The Three Faces of Eve. She was nominated for Best Actress in 1969 for ...
The Lost Boys... Killers, Badlands, Nocturna, Cruising, Vampire Junction, The Addiction, and, as well as taking its title from a character in the film Dracula AD 1972 ...
Neil GaimanDestruction is one of the Endless, fictional characters from's comic book series The Sandman
The Amateur Scientist... r column for Scientific American on the subject (spawning that publicationscolumn) and later compiled into three books titled Amateur Telescope Makin ...
Idaho Statesman... reational sailboat rides around the lake for tourists and advertised in thea "30-foot sailing yacht for the use of parties who might visit the lake". ...
Electronic Gaming Monthly... raphic as an icon for video games in general, including video game magazine, technology website Ars Technica, and concert event Video Games Live. The ...
International Plant Names Index... s under the ICN the name is generally abbreviated and the date omitted. Themaintains an approved list of botanical author abbreviations. Historically ...
The Addiction... ella, Natural Born Killers, Badlands, Nocturna, Cruising, Vampire Junction,, and The Lost Boys, as well as taking its title from a character in the f ...
The Kid... de in 1974, and of his feature length films, firstly The Circus in 1969 andin 1971. Chaplin worked with music associate Eric James whilst composing a ...
Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams... She was nominated for Best Actress in 1969 for Rachel, Rachel, in 1974 for, and in 1991 for Mr. and Mrs. Bridge. She was named Best Actress at the C ...
Of Human Bondage... of the vicious and slatternly Mildred Rogers in the RKO Radio production of(1934), a film adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's novel, earned Davis her ...
The Musical Times... on", and praised the "wonderful skill and sustained power" of the music. In, Puccini's score was admired for its sincerity and "strength of utterance ...
Neil Gaiman... was their own idea, not that of their publisher, to collaborate on a novel.has said
A Summer StoryThe 1988 filmwas based on Galsworthy's The Apple Tree
Rachel, Rachel... for The Three Faces of Eve. She was nominated for Best Actress in 1969 for, in 1974 for Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams, and in 1991 for Mr. and Mrs. B ...
Pay Day... 971 (paired with The Kid for re-release in 1972), A Day's Pleasure in 1973,in 1972, Sunnyside in 1974, and of his feature length films, firstly The C ...
Academy Award for Best Actress... , Mighty Joe Young (1998), and The Cider House Rules (1999). Theron won thefor her portrayal of serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster (2003), becom ...
Newsweek... One is glum, the other quite twinkly." The anchors appeared on the cover ofon March 13, 1961, with a similar tagline, "TV's Huntley and Brinkley: One ...
The Boy FriendIn 1961, Bixby was in the musicalat the Detroit Civic Theater, returning to Hollywood to make his televisio ...
The Secret of My Success... film was released the following year (1924). More recently, the 1987 movie(starring Michael J. Fox) was filmed in Lasdon Park and Muscoot Farm. Musc ...
Dracula AD 1972... and The Lost Boys, as well as taking its title from a character in the film. Newman says the book "features more of [Dracula], and in more aspects, t ...
The Bed Sitting Room... Wye. They also appeared in the film version of Milligan and John Antrobus'
The Three Faces of EveIn 1958, Woodward won the Academy Award for Best Actress for. She was nominated for Best Actress in 1969 for Rachel, Rachel, in 1974 f ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... rayed by Crosby in the 1944 film Going My Way, for which Crosby had won the
Sunnyside... The Kid for re-release in 1972), A Day's Pleasure in 1973, Pay Day in 1972,in 1974, and of his feature length films, firstly The Circus in 1969 and T ...
Cults in Our Midst... ashing of Korean prisoners of war, agreed with this conclusion: in her bookshe describes six conditions which would create an atmosphere in which tho ...
Institutes of the Christian ReligionThe first edition of Christianae religionis institutio (– John Calvin's great exposition of Calvinist doctrine) was published at B ...
This Is Spinal TapCovers of the song have been included in films. The 1984 mockumentaryfeatures the fictional band members Derek Smalls, David St. Hubbins, and N ...
The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds... med Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival in 1974 for her performance in
Paramount Pictures... tto Preminger, and released by the studio where he got his Hollywood start,. The film got almost universally negative reviews. As a side note, writer ...
Titan Books... man Web Site reported that Johnny Alucard is set to be published in 2012 by, following new editions of the previous books in the series
Deliver Us From Evil... ial film called The Magdalene Sisters (2002). In 2006, a documentary calledwas made about sexual abuse and primarily focused on one priest and his cr ...
TimeDaley was chosen bymagazine in its April 25, 2005 issue as the best out of five mayors of lar ...
Promise at Dawn... onal success with her performances in Never on Sunday, Phaedra, Topkapi and. She won the award for Best Actress at the 1960 Cannes Film Festival, and ...
Paramount Pictures... was eventually promoted to director. He moved to the animation division ofin 1967 and started his own studio, Bakshi Productions, in 1968. Through p ...
Waterloo Bridge... renewed her contract for three months, and she appeared in a small role in(1931) before being lent to Columbia Pictures for The Menace and to Capita ...
Politics as a Vocation... n political sociology, one of Weber's most significant contributions is hisessay. Therein, Weber unveils the definition of the state as that entity w ...
World Archaeology... Dilip K. Chakrabarti praised Wheeler's achievements in a 1982 volume of thejournal, relating that he had helped to establish a "total view" of the re ...
Systema naturae... (glauca, fœtida, grisea, tripetala and acuminata). In the tenth edition of(1759), he merged grisea with glauca, and raised the four remaining variet ...
Physics Today... ploration science and referenced scientific journals like L5 News, Science,. The settings in the book has since then been adopted and endorsed by the ...
ForbesThe postcode NW8 (St. John's Wood) was ranked bymagazine as the 5th most expensive postcode in London and the United Kingd ...
Cinema JournalIn, Kenneth Chan notes the restrictions binding the female characters and th ...
Enduring Love... e Clerambault's syndrome (erotomania) in fiction include Ian McEwan's novel, which was later turned into a film also called Enduring Love; the Americ ...
Temporary Autonomous ZoneIn addition to his writings on anarchism ands, Bey has written essays on such diverse topics as Tong traditions, the u ...
Never on Sunday... but in Stella (1955) and met international success with her performances in, Phaedra, Topkapi and Promise at Dawn. She won the award for Best Actress ...
Species plantarumWhen Linnaeus took up Magnolia in his(1753), he created a genus of only one species: Magnolia virginiana. Under ...
The Ladder... r lesbians in the United States. They both acted as president and editor ofuntil 1963, and remained involved in the DOB until joining the National Or ...
Awake!... rkers at its offices and printeries in Brooklyn, New York. Some printing ofand The Watchtower began at Wallkill in 1973, and by 2004 their entire Uni ...
SudaIn theunder the entry "Mithras", it states that "no one was permitted to be init ...
O Fantasma... the American movies Fatal Attraction and The Bodyguard, the Portuguese film(2001) and the French films Anna M. (2007) and Laetitia Colombani's À la f ...
Asian Perspectives... eologist focusing in on India, Peter Johansen, in a 2003 paper published in. Johansen praised Wheeler for systematizing and professionalizing Indian ...
The Menace... l role in Waterloo Bridge (1931) before being lent to Columbia Pictures forand to Capital Films for Hell's House (all 1932). After nine months, and s ...
live-action film... s been made into several Takarazuka musicals and into an anime series and a. After Rose of Versailles concluded, Ikeda wrote articles for Asahi Shimb ...
Alexander PopeThey couple were friends of Dean Jonathan Swift and, through him, of. Pope encouraged the Delaneys to develop a garden in a style then becomin ...
Born on the Fourth of July... films, notably Apocalypse Now, Good Morning, Vietnam, Go Tell the Spartans,, and We Were Soldiers, have tended to contain critical messages
Purely Belter... he city has been the setting for films based around football; films such as, The One and Only and Goal! have all been focused around Tyneside. The co ...
RPM MagazinePrior to the development of the formal Juno award ceremonies,began polling its readers in 1964 to determine which artists and groups we ...
spin-offThere have been a number ofs and tie-ins
Love Happy... mustache (which he had already sported earlier in the films Copacabana and)
Fatal Attraction... was later turned into a film also called Enduring Love; the American moviesand The Bodyguard, the Portuguese film O Fantasma (2001) and the French fi ...
Stern... In the Shadow of the Reich. The book, which was serialized in the magazine, caused controversy in Germany because of the scathing way in which the y ...
The Sunday Times... survived. The drug was withdrawn in 1961. In 1968, after a long campaign bynewspaper, a compensation settlement for the UK victims was reached with D ...
Decameron... g has since become known as Petrarchism. Boccaccio was better known for his, a slightly grim story of Florence during the 1350s bubonic plague, known ...
Apocalypse Now... g Marlon Brando as Dracula and Martin Sheen as Jonathan Harker. (Yes, it is, complete with all the famous quotes and mishaps during filming, albeit i ...
The Watchtower... s offices and printeries in Brooklyn, New York. Some printing of Awake! andbegan at Wallkill in 1973, and by 2004 their entire United States printing ...
U.S. News & World Report... ell was ranked 19th among all liberal arts colleges in the United States by, tied with Smith College. Grinnell's open curriculum encourages students ...
Newsweek... aratoga Springs is home to Quad Graphics, offset printers of Time Magazine,, People Magazine, Sports Illustrated and many others. Ball Corp., makers ...
American Pop... well known for such films as Wizards (1977), The Lord of the Rings (1978),(1981) and Fire and Ice (1983). In 1987, Bakshi returned to television wor ...
Critique of Pure ReasonIn his, Kant proposed the following system
The Source... g Dr. Dre) is an attack on Jermaine Dupri, and was also the first time thatmagazine controversy was mentioned by Eminem. Unlike The Marshall Mathers ...
The Matrix Reloaded... o Aaliyah's death. Before her death, Aaliyah had filmed part of her role inand was scheduled to appear in The Matrix Revolutions as Zee. The role was ...
U Be Dead... du tout (2002). A psychiatrist Dr. Falkowski, in real life, and in the film, was stalked by a woman who suffered from this condition
Vigil in the Night... o actors together, but on their own. In 1940, he directed Carole Lombard in, and the film has an alternate ending for European audiences in recogniti ...
Anna M.... d The Bodyguard, the Portuguese film O Fantasma (2001) and the French films(2007) and Laetitia Colombani's À la folie... pas du tout (2002). A psychi ...
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School for Seduction... he One and Only and Goal! have all been focused around Tyneside. The comedystarring Kelly Brook was also filmed in Newcastle
News Chronicle... Thursday 14 May 1953 which resulted in an article by Ritchie Calder in Theof London, on Friday 15 May 1953, entitled "Why You Are You. Nearer Secret ...
Rolling Stone... ritically acclaimed rock albums in history, appearing at number thirteen onmagazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time as well as being ad ...
The Other Side of the Wind... (The title combines those of two of Welles' movies: Chimes at Midnight and, the latter of which was left uncompleted at Welles' death in 1985. Welle ...
The CandidateSmith also appeared in a number of films, often as himself;(1972),, The President's Plane Is Missing (1973, a made-for-television pr ...
TV Guide... cast member appearing to look at the other cast members. In a 2010 issue of, the show’s opening title sequence ranked #8 on a list of TV's top 10 cre ...
Seed... ne of the film's co-stars. The film was not a success, and her next role in(1931) was too brief to attract attention
The New York Times... itled "Why You Are You. Nearer Secret of Life." The news reached readers ofthe next day; Victor K. McElheny, in researching his biography, "Watson an ...
Entertainment Weekly'sNew Line Cinema representatives announced to"Hollywood Insider Blog" that N.W.A's story is in development to become a ...
The Matrix Revolutions... lmed part of her role in The Matrix Reloaded and was scheduled to appear inas Zee. The role was later recast to Nona Gaye. Aaliyah's scenes were late ...
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Best Actor in a Leading RoleIt was nominated for Academy Awards for(Monty Woolley), Best Cinematography, Black-and-White and Best Picture
The Concert for Bangladesh... ublication as part of Johnny Alucard. (May be about an alternate version of.
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Modern Times... s and songs for many of his films. "Smile", which he composed for his film,, hit number 2 on the UK charts when sung by Nat King Cole in the 1950s. I ...
Chimes at Midnight... ective to find out why. (The title combines those of two of Welles' movies:and The Other Side of the Wind, the latter of which was left uncompleted a ...
Give Us the Moon... ed by the director Val Guest, who cast her in the Margaret Lockwood vehicle. Small roles in several other films followed including the high profile C ...
DangerousDavis appeared in(1935) as a troubled actress and received very good reviews. E. Arnot Robe ...
Newsweek... e most popular, with legato electric guitar playing a close second). In hisarticle "The Problem With Jazz Criticism" Stanley Crouch considers Miles D ...
The New York Times Best Seller list... origin, as they explore their common heritage. It debuted at number one on
To the Devil a Daughter... mid-teens, she starred in the British Hammer Film Productions' horror film(1976). She has stated that, as a child, she felt exploited by the industr ...
The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt... the left hand to swing free with the gait. Edmund Morris, in his biography, describes a young Roosevelt, newly elected to the State Assembly, walkin ...
Tanner '88... and portrayed the daughter of a presidential candidate (Michael Murphy) in(also 1988), Robert Altman's political satire for HBO. She reprised the ro ...
Head in the Clouds... th Irish actor Stuart Townsend, with whom she starred in Trapped (2002) and(2004). Theron and Townsend separated in January 2010 after nearly nine ye ...
Allmusic... they perceived as the overproduced, uninspired popular music of the 1970s.explained that New Wave's stylistic diversity occurred because New Wave "r ...
The Antichrist... will to power concept in Nietzsche's later works The Twilight of the Idols,and Ecce Homo
pulp... the Golden Age." He was also a frequent contributor of prose stories to thescience fiction magazines of the 1930s and 1940s
The Man Who Wasn't There... est Director prize at the festival, sharing it with co-winner Joel Coen for. It drew positive reviews from many critics and some of the strongest aud ...
Alice Adams... Kentucky Kernels. His big break came when he directed Katharine Hepburn inin 1935. He went on in the late 1930s to direct several Ginger Rogers and ...
Doctor Who Magazine... is often regarded as the most popular of the Doctors. In polls conducted by, Baker has lost the "Best Doctor" category only three times: once to Sylv ...
Hum Tum Aur GhostThe Bollywood filmwas shot on location in Newcastle's city centre and features key scenes in ...
The West Point Story... 1945, "Singing Down the Road"); Not Wanted (1949, theme and orchestrations);(1950, "The Toy Trumpet"); Storm Warning (1951, "Dinner Music for a Pack ...
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Penelope SpheerisIn June 1988, Megadeth appeared in' documentary film, . The documentary chronicled the Los Angeles heavy met ...
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Moby-Dick... f Emily Dickinson—nearly unread in her own time—and Herman Melville's novelcan be taken as epitomes of American Romantic literature. By the 1880s, ho ...
Allmusic... assic and an anthem of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. According to, James Brown was critical, through "the gospel-impassioned fury of his vo ...
Shall We Dance... ifornia. He was commissioned by RKO Pictures in 1936 to write the music for, starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Gershwin's extended score, whic ...
A Song to Remember... ewart Granger in the 1946 biographical portrait The Magic Bow, Roxy Roth in, and Klaus Kinski in Kinski Paganini (1989)
Chicago Tribune... epartment filed suit against the NFL over its blackout rules. Bell told the, "You can't give fans a game for free on TV and also expect them to go to ...
IUPAC Blue Book... his definition, yet they were two key compounds in the vitalism debate. Theon organic nomenclature specifically mentions urea and oxalic acid. Other ...
Charly... 09, and won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the movie. On television, he portrayed retired astronaut Buzz Aldrin in the 1976 ad ...
The Magic Bow... on productions, including Stewart Granger in the 1946 biographical portrait, Roxy Roth in A Song to Remember, and Klaus Kinski in Kinski Paganini (19 ...
Acts... motto, "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth", is taken from. One General Studies course is focused on Christian faith, as every stude ...
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The SilmarillionValaquenta (Quenya for "Tale of the Valar") is the second section of, a collection of J. R. R. Tolkien's mythopoeic works, edited and publishe ...
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Stardust... works have been optioned or greenlighted for film adaptation, most notably, which premiered in August 2007 and stars Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiff ...
Sixteen Candles... ctures. Tanen was behind Universal hits such as Animal House, John Hughes'sand The Breakfast Club
Gone with the Wind... s that she would be chosen to play a similar character, Scarlett O'Hara, in. Davis expressed her desire to play Scarlett, and while David O. Selznick ...
Red Planet... The word 'terraforming' was used in James Cameron's Aliens. The 2000 moviealso uses the motif: after humanity faces heavy overpopulation and polluti ...
I Can Get It for You Wholesale... and real memory. The title may be an allusion to the 1962 Broadway musical. The 1990 film Total Recall as well as its 2012 remake of the same name a ...
Narratio Prima... dańsk) to visit the mayor, who gave him financial assistance to publish his(First Report) of Copernicus' forthcoming treatise. Rhode in Danzig publis ...
New Line Cinemarepresentatives announced to Entertainment Weekly's "Hollywood Insider Blo ...
Chronicle of Fredegarmentions Carantania as Sclauvinia, Dante Alighieri (1265–1321) mentions Ca ...
Little FockersIn December 2010, Streisand appeared in, the third film from the Meet the Parents trilogy. She reprised the role ...
New Line CinemaKinski starred in Stay As You Are (1978) with Marcello Mastroianni.released it in the United States in December 1979, helping Kinski to get m ...
The Diary of Anne Frank... es. He was responsible for such classic films as A Place in the Sun, Shane,, Giant and The Greatest Story Ever Told. He ended his directing career wi ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... portrayed a young John F. Kennedy in the 1963 film PT 109, and won the 1968for his role in the movie Charly. On television, he portrayed retired astr ...
Total Recall... to the 1962 Broadway musical I Can Get It for You Wholesale. The 1990 filmas well as its 2012 remake of the same name are both loose adaptations of ...
Gettin' Square... d roles in the 2002 mobster black comedy Dirty Deeds and 2003's crime caper. Gettin Square also featured rising star David Wenham who demonstrated ve ...
The Murder of Mary Phagan... Manhattan Project (1986). Nixon was part of the cast of the NBC miniseries(NBC, 1988) starring Jack Lemmon and Kevin Spacey and portrayed the daught ...
Storm Warning... , theme and orchestrations); The West Point Story (1950, "The Toy Trumpet");(1951, "Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals"); The Trouble with H ...
The Golden Voyage of Sinbad... tts was convinced he was right for the part after seeing his performance in. Baker was working on a construction site at the time, as acting jobs wer ...
The Return of the KingIn the Rankin-Bass adaptation of, Denethor revealed a future that may be in his palantír to Gandalf, some ...
The Century MagazineAccording to the April 1907 issue of, for well over thirty years, dating from 1870, St. Clair County was in op ...
Delicious... n was contracted by Fox Film Corporation to compose the score for the movie. Only two pieces were used in the final film, the five-minute "Dream Sequ ...
Jezebel... warded the Volpi Cup at the 1937 Venice Film Festival. Her next picture was(1938), and during production Davis entered a relationship with director W ...
The Guardian... ose Philips, who had been praised by a short-lived contemporary publication, to the neglect of Pope's claims as the first pastoral writer of the age ...
Flight of the Doves... ilm Summer Holiday. He acted again with former Oliver! co-star Jack Wild in
Love Happy... y been a stage prop. He debuted this new, and now much-older, appearance in, the Marx Brothers's last film as a comedy team
Stay As You AreKinski starred in(1978) with Marcello Mastroianni. New Line Cinema released it in the Unite ...
Commentariolus... s with Copernicus. It is unknown whether he had prior access to Copernicus', an unsigned, unpublished outline of Copernicus' revolutionary heliocentr ...
The Polar Express... ector Robert Zemeckis, although the project was stalled while Zemeckis madeand the Gaiman-Roger Avary written Beowulf film
The Lord of the RingsIn Peter Jackson'sfilms, the palantíri of Minas Ithil, Orthanc, and Minas Anor (Minas Tirith ...
Alien... e of a man's body exploding as a creature resembling the xenomorph from thefranchise holding a Stratocaster guitar emerges from his chest. On the 199 ...
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Almagest... cosmology from Constantinople, including Aristotle's De caelo and Ptolemy'swere translated into Arabic in the House of Wisdom in Baghdad
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction... It for You Wholesale" is a short story by Philip K. Dick first published inin April 1966. It features a classic meshing of reality, false memory and ...
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The Wrong Move... Lisa Kreuzer placed her in the role of the dumb Mignon in Wim Wenders' film. In 1976 she had her first major role in the feature length film and Wolf ...
Life... ess, and Davis's confronting characterization won praise from critics, withmagazine writing that she gave "probably the best performance ever recorde ...
New York PostOn January 4, 2011, thereported that Streisand was in negotiations to produce, direct, and star i ...
After the SunsetNassau has also been the setting for several other recent movies including, Into the Blue and Flipper
Strike Up the BandThis was followed by Oh, Kay! (1926); Funny Face (1927);(1927 and 1930); Gershwin gifted the song with a modified title to UCLA t ...
Faith of My Fathers... d. These matter-of-fact details are revealed in famous accounts by McCain (), Denton, Alvarez, Day, Risner, Stockdale and dozens of others. In additi ...
The Big Lebowski... trician" known as "Slippery Pete". He portrayed Uli Kunkel in the 1998 film, as well as playing Lev Andropov, the Russian Cosmonaut in 1998's Armaged ...
In Which We ServeLord Mountbatten has been portrayed many times in films.is a 1942 British patriotic war film directed by David Lean and Noël Cowar ...
Historiae Animalium... after entering the gymnasium, at age 10, he encountered a copy of Gesner's, the work that first sparked his interest in natural history. He then beg ...
From Here to Eternity... spunk. Ernest Borgnine as a potbellied bully (he was Sgt. "Fatso" Judson in), Dean Jagger as a rum-guzzling sheriff, Lee Marvin as a dimwitted tough, ...
Bad Boys II... ov, the Russian Cosmonaut in 1998's Armageddon, and Alexei in the 2003 film. In 2003, Stormare played as Ernst Rohm in . In the 2005 film Constantine ...
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Daily News (New York)... e-related costs since 1950. by Rachel Zoll of Associated Press in USAToday,and In many instances, dioceses were forced to declare bankruptcy as a res ...
Double Dynamite... than Marx was sing, made a film with Marx and Jane Russell in 1951 entitled
Wings of Courage... s looking for downed fliers. This period of his life is briefly explored in, an IMAX film by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud
Total RecallThe plot was loosely adapted into the 1990 film, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In the film, the hero, renamed Quaid, ac ...
Aryabhatiya... motion of the planets. The final two parts of his Sanskrit magnum opus the, which were named the Kalakriya ("reckoning of time") and the Gola ("sphe ...
The New York TimesBosley Crowther, film critic for, also liked it, writing, "Slowly, through a process of guarded discourse, ...
The Observer... to emigrate just after the war, leading to suspicions of a covert exchange.wrote that seven Soviets in uniform were taken prisoner after surrendering ...
August Rush... rm was also used as the location for the orphanage scenes in the 2007 movie(starring Robin Williams among others)
Mystery Street... 50, he was cast against type, playing a Cape Cod police officer in the film. In 1957, he played Nakamura in the Oscar-winning film Sayonara
Funny FaceThis was followed by Oh, Kay! (1926);(1927); Strike Up the Band (1927 and 1930); Gershwin gifted the song with ...
Amateur Telescope Making... ns The Amateur Scientist column) and later compiled into three books titledVol. 1-3. These had a large readership of enthusiast (sometimes called "te ...
Old YellerPart of Disney'swas shot here in 1957
The Only Game in Town... Greatest Story Ever Told. He ended his directing career with the 1970 filmwith Warren Beatty and in her final film with Stevens, Elizabeth Taylor. I ...
The Young VictoriaThe 2009 filmincludes an episode in which Prince Albert is told that I puritani is the ...
IMAX... fliers. This period of his life is briefly explored in Wings of Courage, anfilm by French director Jean-Jacques Annaud
Brainstorm... quently blacklisted for several years before he finally returned to film in(1983). The story of the scandal is told in David McClintick's 1982 bestse ...
The Winston-Salem Journal... y town with a lot of history and a few 'might-have-beens,' " Moore wrote in
Twilight of the IdolsNietzsche credits Sallust infor his epigrammatic style: "My sense of style, for the epigram as a style ...
Rolling Stone... perienced (1967), (1967) and Electric Ladyland (1968), were featured in thelist of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - each within the top 100 - at ...
The Mouse on the Moon... better known roles is that of Prime Minister Rupert Mountjoy in the comedy(1963), alongside Margaret Rutherford. He played French entertainer and mi ...
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Reading... rvices to London Paddington in about 15–20 minutes, and services to Slough,and Oxford; every 30 minutes there is a service to London Heathrow Airport ...
FitzcarraldoIn the film, some of I puritani was on the main character's boat on his triumphal ret ...
Richmond Times-Dispatch... onwealth are Norfolk's The Virginian-Pilot (156,968 daily subscribers), the(118,489), The Roanoke Times (75,740), and Newport News' Daily Press (63,3 ...
TobitThe Old Testament Deuterocanonical books ofand Sirach, accepted as part of the Scriptural canon by Catholic Church, E ...
The Economist====Post-war Germany====According toand the Sydney Morning Herald, many Catholics are leaving the church in Ge ...
Allmusic... ally certified platinum in the US, it was initially panned by critics, withcomplaining that the album "lacked conceptual unity and musical bite" and ...
Border Incident... awaii Five-O episode "Samurai". His first leading role was in the 1949 filmwith actor George Murphy. He was the first Hispanic actor to appear on the ...
The Orlando Sentinel... 1890, put a damper on the town's growth. Roger Moore, now a film critic for, compared East Bend to Lake Wobegon, "It's a homey town with a lot of his ...
Housewife... s to appear in It Happened One Night, and instead cast her in the melodrama. When Davis was not nominated for an Academy Award for Of Human Bondage, ...
London Paddington... lway station is Hayes & Harlington, which offers frequent local services toin about 15–20 minutes, and services to Slough, Reading and Oxford; every ...
The Diary of Anne Frank... inated in 1943 for The More the Merrier, in 1954 for Shane, and in 1959 for
The Hollywood ReporterOn January 28, 2011,announced that Paramount Pictures has given the road-trip comedy My Mother ...
The Oregonian... Snyder Hennessy (born Wilkey), worked during this period as a reporter for. One of Gary's boyhood jobs was as a newspaper copy boy, also at the Oreg ...
Academy Award for Best Actor... n 1984 on Broadway and in the 1968 film, for which he was nominated for theand won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor - Motion Picture Musical or ...
Quenta Silmarillion... ed descriptions eventually became Chapter 1 (entitled Of the Valar) for the(or "The Silmarillion proper".) In revisions to the Quenta Silmarillion do ...
Blade II... nst I", which appeared on the "Special Cases" single and the soundtrack for. "I Against I" is also notable as the only track from the 100th Window se ...
The New Babylon... ing the fifth reel of the film score he composed for the 1929 silent movie,(set during the Paris Commune), where it is juxtaposed contrapuntally with ...
Imagine Magazine... rofessional short story publication was "Featherquest", a fantasy story, inin May 1984, when he was 24
movie... ating a harvest festival. Other portrayals have appeared in both the Disneyand of Hercules. He was depicted as an overweight drunkard as opposed to h ...
TV GuideIn a 2010 issue of, the show’s opening title sequence ranked #8 on a list of TV's top 10 cre ...
The New York Times... houses in Alpharetta had campaign signs on their lawns. Peter T. Kilborn ofsaid in 2005 that this was because the area's political candidates, four c ...
Reading CapitalAlthusser's earlier works include the influential volume, which collects the work of Althusser and his students in an intensive ph ...
The Shaping of Middle-earth... oldorinwa (probably written in 1930, but first published in 1986 as part of, volume 4 of The History of Middle-earth)
The Brady Bunch Movie... The Bradys. The owner refused to restore the property to its 1969 look forin 1995, so a façade resembling the original home was built around an exis ...
Premonition... es Lost for a period of one year, which he later declined. In the 2007 filmhe played the character Dr Roth. In April 2007, he appeared in an episode ...
Once Upon a Time in the West... r a Few Dollars More (1965), and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)) and(1968). These are consistently found on top of or among the best rated Wes ...
The Little Foxes... uirms. William Wyler directed Davis for the third time in Lillian Hellman's(RKO, 1941), but they clashed over the character of Regina Giddens. Taking ...
Never Say Never Again... e Beatles film Help (1965) and the James Bond films Thunderball, (1965) and, (a remake of Thunderball) (1983) and also for part of the action in Casi ...
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Oliver!... nown for his starring role as Fagin in Lionel Bart's stage and film musicalbased on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. He created the role in the origi ...
No, No, Nanette... fund theatrical shows on Broadway for his actress lady friend is unfounded.was indeed first produced in 1925 by Harry Frazee, though the sale of base ...
Everyman Chess... series was originally published by Microsoft Press; it is now published by
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PeopleBass came out as gay in a cover story formagazine on July 26, 2006. There had been considerable media speculation a ...
KnaveHe also wrote interviews and articles for many British magazines, including. As he was writing for different magazines, some of them competing, and " ...
Airwolf... nteau of tupperware (because of the aircraft's high composites content) and(from the 1980s TV series)
For a Few Dollars More... red by Ennio Morricone: the "Dollars Trilogy" (A Fistful of Dollars (1964),(1965), and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)) and Once Upon a Time in ...
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction... member It for You Wholesale" was first published in the April 1966 issue of. It has since been republished in the following collections
Condé Nast Traveller... pic Air holds one silver ERA award for "Airline of the Year" as well as a "2011 Readers Choice Awards: Top Domestic Airline" award
Napoleon Dynamite... eon Dynamite & The Royal Guard, and was later appropriated by the 2004 film). In 1989, Costello, with a new contract with Warner Bros., released Spik ...
Diary of Anne FrankAmong his most notable films were(1959), nominated for Best Director, Giant (1956), winner of Oscar for Bes ...
Rockin' Through the Decades... song was also featured in Alvin and the Chipmunks' 1990 television special, as part of the fifties medley and its soundtrack
A Fistful of Dollars... cted by Sergio Leone and scored by Ennio Morricone: the "Dollars Trilogy" ((1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965), and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly ...
Temporary Autonomous Zone... al writer, essayist, and poet, known for first proposing the concept of the(TAZ), based, in part, on a historical review of pirate utopias. He is an ...
Thank Your Lucky Stars... nced by the war, such as Watch on the Rhine (1943), by Lillian Hellman, and(1943), a lighthearted all-star musical cavalcade, with each of the featur ...
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress... of Wisconsin Press, 1984, p. 441). Several respected sources, including theand the Political Graveyard, instead show this individual to be James Arms ...
Entertainment WeeklyThe review of the DVD release fromsaid the show "trots through surprisingly dated sitcom plots about bluster ...
Murder in Coweta County... white sharecropper Wilson Turner. These events were portrayed in the novel. The film version starred Johnny Cash, Andy Griffith, and June Carter
Chicago Sun-Times... ence, Daley was ticketed for running a stop sign at Huron and Rush, and theheadline was "Mayor's Son Gets Ticket, Uses No Clout," with a subhead read ...
APA style... xt citation by page number (like MLA style) or by year of publication (like); it even provides for variations in styles of footnotes and endnotes, de ...
The New York Times... mith worked for the New Orleans Item, with United Press in London, and with. In January 1940, Smith was sent to Berlin, where he joined the Columbia ...
Stay As You Are... ortrayal of the title character in Tess and her roles in two erotic films (and Cat People), as well as parts in Wim Wenders' films The Wrong Move; Pa ...
Nothing Sacred... ing films include recordings and/or works composed or co-composed by Scott:(1937, various adapted standards); Ali Baba Goes to Town (1938, "Twilight ...
Aliens... e of creating a planet. The word 'terraforming' was used in James Cameron's. The 2000 movie Red Planet also uses the motif: after humanity faces heav ...
The Old Maid... her personal favorite. She appeared in three other box office hits in 1939,with Miriam Hopkins, Juarez with Paul Muni and The Private Lives of Elizab ...
Mabel's Strange PredicamentThe film was, but "The Tramp" character, as it became known, debuted to audiences in K ...
Prince of the City... ge she did projects like the 1982 ABC-movie My Body, My Child, the features(1981) and I Am the Cheese (1983) and the 1982 Off-Broadway productions of ...
The Washington Post... speech "demagogic slander that sounded like a script for Radio Hanoi", anddeclared that King had "diminished his usefulness to his cause, his countr ...
Memphis Belle... g Fortress and the Consolidated B-24 Liberator, as commemorated by the filmand the poem The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner. Postwar, the company exp ...
The Silmarillion... ries wherein major events of Middle-earth find their first elaboration (see)
Shane... minated for Best Director, Giant (1956), winner of Oscar for Best Director,(1953), Oscar nominated, and A Place in the Sun (1951), winner of Oscar fo ...
documentary... tely" still intends on going to space, and that he hopes to work on a space. Bass has also retained fluency in Russian, which he was required to lear ...
Daily Worker... a scholar of Romance languages, columnist and translator who wrote for the, a publication of the American Communist Party from 1936 to 1946 (when he ...
Royal Frankish Annals... es, qui trans Garonnam et circa Pirineum montem habitant", as stated in the, for one)
The American Pageant... epeated in some widely read textbooks. Previous editions of Thomas Bailey'sstated that "The superstitious sailors [of Columbus' crew]  ... grew incre ...
Quenta Silmarillion... nulindalë, which stands as Middle-earth's cosmogony or 'creation myth', and, a collection of mythical histories wherein major events of Middle-earth ...
The FugitiveSeveral movies have been filmed in Sylva, including the 1993 blockbuster(at Harris Regional Hospital, a scene where the town is seen from Sylvan H ...
A Very Brady Christmas... Complete Series box set was released in 2007, which includes the TV moviesand The Brady 500, as well as two episodes of The Brady Kids animated seri ...
Shall We Dance... an't Take That Away from Me" written with his brother Ira for the 1937 film. The nomination was posthumous; Gershwin died two months after the film's ...
Making a Living... ing which time the comedian attempted to learn the processes of filmmaking.marked his film debut, released 2 February 1914. Chaplin strongly disliked ...
The Godfather... ellas was acknowledged as the second best in the gangster film genre (after). The American Film Institute put Goodfellas at #94 on the AFI's 100 Year ...
In Love with BarbaraLord Mountbatten was played by David Warner in the 2008 television film, a biopic of the romantic novelist Barbara Cartland which was shown on BB ...
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Inland Empire... eighbors (1998), John Landis' Susan's Plan (1998), The Lost Son (1999), and(2006), her last film to date
Kojiki... d. The earliest Japanese textual reference to the soybean is in the classic(Records of Ancient Matters), which was completed in 712 BC
Blue VelvetDavid Lynch's 1986 filmwas set in Lumberton, though it was actually filmed about southeast in Wil ...
The Breakfast Club... hind Universal hits such as Animal House, John Hughes's Sixteen Candles and
Here Comes Mr. Jordan... called Heaven Can Wait, is a remake of an entirely different film, the 1941, which was based on a 1938 stage play originally titled Heaven Can Wait
The Accountant... grew up in the area. He went on to win an Academy Award for his short film,; and came to fame playing Detective Shane Vendrell on FX's The Shield. He ...
Faraway, So Close!... ), as well as parts in Wim Wenders' films The Wrong Move; Paris, Texas; and. Richard Avedon's photo of her, nude with a large python, was marketed as ...
Fifth Estate... tar volume. Currently his works can be found regularly in publications likeand the NYC-based First of the Month
The Letter... the most financially successful film of Davis's career to that point, while(1940) was considered "one of the best pictures of the year" by The Hollyw ...
The Book of Lost TalesAlthough sequential descriptions of the Valar can be found in(first begun as far back as 1916-7, but published in 1983 as volume 1 of T ...
Man on FireIn the film, John Creasy (Denzel Washington) is a burnt-out ex-CIA officer and counte ...
first movie adaptation of Spider-Man... Robertson's career had a resurgence. He appeared as Uncle Ben Parker in the(2002), as well as in the sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (20 ...
The Wrong Move... ms (Stay As You Are and Cat People), as well as parts in Wim Wenders' films; Paris, Texas; and Faraway, So Close!. Richard Avedon's photo of her, nud ...
Night Owls... iness as a cameraman, working on many Laurel and Hardy short films, such as(1930). His first feature film was The Cohens and Kellys in Trouble in 193 ...
Aeneid... nicle. It is also clear from the text that Asser was familiar with Virgil's, Caelius Sedulius's Carmen Paschale, Aldhelm's De Virginitate, and Einhar ...
Universalist Herald... been published there, including the American Union, The Free Press and the, as well as the local papers the Franklin County Register, and the Canon ...
The Bank JobLord Mountbatten (played by Christopher Owen) appears in the 2008 film, telling the story of a government-approved bank robbery in the 1970s. In ...
Kid Auto Races at Venice... ent, but "The Tramp" character, as it became known, debuted to audiences in—shot later but released two days earlier. Chaplin adopted the character p ...
Le Matin... he began working as an international correspondent for the Paris newspaper. In 1905, he was present at, and covered, the Russian Revolution
The New York Times... development chief, led the effort to create the center. On August 14, 2008,announced that the center's sponsors had "filed paperwork with the State D ...
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm... rkey" and "Arabania"); Happy Landing (1938, "War Dance for Wooden Indians");(1938, "The Toy Trumpet"; with special lyrics by Jack Lawrence); Just Aro ...
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung... nds, philanthropist and Greatest Planet founder David Gilmour, wrote in the: "EVERGREEN is the word that comes to mind when describing Petra Kelly. I ...
The Little Prince... , Sand and Stars, winner of several awards. Saint-Exupéry's classic novella, which begins with a pilot being marooned in the desert, is in part a ref ...
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The Observer... he market, and beginning the golden age of video arcade games. According to, the home console versions were popular and encouraged users to learn pro ...
The Godfather Part II... 970), The French Connection (1971), The Godfather (1972), The Sting (1973),(1974), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), Rocky (1976), Annie Hall ( ...
Hairspray... Bass began a six-month stint playing Corny Collins in the Broadway musical, coinciding with the play's five year stage anniversary. Bass ended his r ...
Terminal Velocity... e U.S. Kinski's luck turned in the 1990s when she appeared in films such asopposite Charlie Sheen, and Mike Figgis' One Night Stand
The Twelve Chairs... aninov alongside Frank Langella (as Ostap Bender) in Mel Brooks' version of(1970). In 2003, he starred in the black comedy Paradise Grove alongside R ...
The Little PrinceSaint-Exupéry wrote and illustratedin New York City and Asharoken in mid-to-late 1942, with the manuscript be ...
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The Best ManThe next year, Robertson played a presidential candidate in
Alexander Pope... . He proposes to teach people to lie well. Similar lists and systems are in's Peri Bathos and John Gay and Pope's Memoirs of Martinus Scriblerus. Als ...
PicnicOther films included(1955), Autumn Leaves (1956), Gidget (1959), Sunday in New York (1963), De ...
De Re Militari... s come from the late Roman period: Taktike Theoria by Aelianus Tacticus and("On military matters") by Vegetius. Taktike Theoria examined Greek milita ...
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On The Line... for "Excellence in Family-Oriented Programming" for its first feature film,. After On The Line, A Happy Place changed its name to Bacon & Eggs and pr ...
Thus Spoke ZarathustraAs the drama ofprogresses, the turn to metaphysics in philosophy and Platonism in general ...
Deception... of the film's profit accounting for most of her earnings. Her next film was(1946), the first of her films to lose money
The Deer Hunter... ), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), Rocky (1976), Annie Hall (1977),(1978), and Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
Electronic Games... launch of the arcade phenomenon in North America in part to Space Invaders.credited the game's success as the impetus behind video gaming becoming a ...
1925 film... made into several film and stage productions of the same name, notably thestarring Lon Chaney; and Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1986 musical
Winnipeg Tribune... ree in journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa. He has worked for theand the Winnipeg Free Press
Entertainment WeeklyDavid Browne atconcluded, "[l]ike its predecessors, though, The Eminem Show is a testamen ...
Die Hard... on to have success as a director; Jan de Bont, cinematographer on films asand Basic Instinct went on to direct Speed and Twister
Annie Hall... ather Part II (1974), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), Rocky (1976),(1977), The Deer Hunter (1978), and Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)
Autumn LeavesOther films included Picnic (1955),(1956), Gidget (1959), Sunday in New York (1963), Devil's Brigade (1968), ...
Schindler's List... ces. One notable Austrian-SS member was Amon Göth, immortalized in the film. The fictional character of Hans Landa, seen in the film Inglorious Baste ...
Slant Magazine... t successful album to date and went platinum eight years after its release.listed the album at #21 on its list of "Best Albums of the 1980's"
Science... d the planetary engineering of Venus in an article published in the journalin 1961. Sagan imagined seeding the atmosphere of Venus with algae, which ...
Constantine... m Bad Boys II. In 2003, Stormare played as Ernst Rohm in . In the 2005 film, Stormare played Lucifer. He played an interrogator in the 2005 movie The ...
Lute Song... ranged music (with lyrics by Bernie Hanighen) for the 1946 Broadway musical, starring Mary Martin and Yul Brynner
Wireless World... Coverage?" by British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke, published inmagazine. The orbit, which Clarke first described as useful for broadcast ...
Trouble the Water... ng Mumia" with vocals by American rapper Snoop Dogg), Battle In Seattle and. All of this soundtrack work was either credited as Neil Davidge and Robe ...
Winnipeg Free Press... rleton University in Ottawa. He has worked for the Winnipeg Tribune and the
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Basic Instinct... uccess as a director; Jan de Bont, cinematographer on films as Die Hard andwent on to direct Speed and Twister
The German Ideology... y the categories of German philosophy and classical political economy, with(written in 1845) there is a sudden and unprecedented departure. This "bre ...
1986 musical... name, notably the 1925 film starring Lon Chaney; and Andrew Lloyd Webber's
One Night Stand... in films such as Terminal Velocity opposite Charlie Sheen, and Mike Figgis'
Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor... rst-time director, Kevin Costner (Dances With Wolves). Joe Pesci earned thefor his performance in Goodfellas. Scorsese and the film won over a numero ...
A Mathematical Theory of Communication... f communication, can be traced back to Claude Shannon's seminal 1948 paper:
Capricorn One... riage. Both of her husbands starred in the 1970s conspiracy sci-fi thriller
musical... 4, 2007, Bass began a six-month stint playing Corny Collins in the BroadwayHairspray, coinciding with the play's five year stage anniversary. Bass en ...
Close Encounters of the Third Kind... e (in order from highest to lowest grossing): , Jaws, Grease, The Exorcist,, Superman, The Godfather, Saturday Night Fever, Rocky, and Jaws 2
National Journal... ennedy had a lifetime average liberal score of 88.7 percent, according to aanalysis that places him ideologically as the third-most liberal senator o ...
Twister... grapher on films as Die Hard and Basic Instinct went on to direct Speed and
PT 109... rtson was President John F. Kennedy's personal choice to play him in 1963'sas a young Lieutenant PT boat captain. Kennedy chose Robertson over Edd "K ...
Kramer vs. Kramer... s Nest (1975), Rocky (1976), Annie Hall (1977), The Deer Hunter (1978), and(1979)
Summer Holiday... ntertainer and mime artist The Great Orlando in the 1963 Cliff Richard film. He acted again with former Oliver! co-star Jack Wild in Flight of the Do ...
The Brothers Grimm... ntine, Stormare played Lucifer. He played an interrogator in the 2005 movie. His first major character in television was on the show Prison Break in ...
The Almanac of American Politics... ikely to be the 8th-to-15th-most liberal Senator during the 108th Congress.rates congressional votes as liberal or conservative on the political spec ...
The Godfather... , Jaws, Grease, The Exorcist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman,, Saturday Night Fever, Rocky, and Jaws 2
Ettore Scola... Pier Paolo Pasolini and film directors like Dino Risi, Vittorio De Sica and, that stigmatized selfishness and immorality that characterized miracle's ...
Journal of Regional Science... (now Papers in Regional Science published by Springer Verlag). In 1958, thefollowed
Black's Law Dictionary... ter a jurisdiction's prisons and parole system" in Bryan A. Garner, editor,, 9th ed., West Group, 2009, ISBN 0-314-19949-7, p. 396, which does not de ...
Power StoneLaunch titles such as Soul Calibur, Sonic Adventure,, Hydro Thunder, Marvel vs. Capcom, The House of the Dead 2, and NFL 2K he ...
AllmusicViolent Femmes has received mostly positive reviews. Thereview by Steve Huey awards the album 5 stars and states: "One of the most ...
Oliver!... o in the 1963 Cliff Richard film Summer Holiday. He acted again with formerco-star Jack Wild in Flight of the Doves
Rolling Stone... cs would be a crime though." RapReviews gave it a rating of 8 out of 10 andgave it a 4-star rating
Dollars Trilogy... t. For many critics, Sergio Leone's films were part of the problem. Leone's(1964–1967) was neither the entirety nor the beginning of the "spaghetti W ...
Tour of Duty (TV series)It and the surrounding area was also used for CBS's
Seduction of the Innocent... , a rationale which Frederic Wertham railed against even more vehemently in, for promoting an eventual puerile identification with the comic-book cha ...
Saturday Night Fever... The Exorcist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, The Godfather,, Rocky, and Jaws 2
Nature... e cause of Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome was reported in the journalin May 2003. This report suggests that DNA damage, not oxidative stress, i ...
Koyaanisqatsi... her way around, which is the norm. Director Godfrey Reggio edited his filmsand Powaqqatsi based on composer Philip Glass's music. Similarly, the rela ...
Slant Magazine... e most influential R&B albums of the decade. According to Sal Cinquemani of, Aaliyah provided a "missing link" between hip hop and electronica. With ...
Bullet Boy... ". Davidge also scored the soundtrack for the more critically well-receivedfilm, with Del Naja on the end titles
Republic Pictures... n, and many others. Prior to 1958, all Revue's shows were filmed at the oldstudio lot in Studio City, California
Schindler's Ark... ovelist, playwright and author of non-fiction. He is best known for writing, the Booker Prize-winning novel of 1982 which was inspired by the efforts ...
Harem... ime between Europe and the United States, making Moon in the Gutter (1983),(1985) and Torrents of Spring (1989) in Europe and Exposed (1983), Maria’s ...
Jaws 2... f the Third Kind, Superman, The Godfather, Saturday Night Fever, Rocky, and
of the same nameHer 1992 novel The Children of Men was the basis for a 2006 feature film, directed by Alfonso Cuarón and starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and M ...
Lord of the Rings... , it was reported that Baker was a candidate for the role of Gandalf in thefilms. Baker has since stated that he was only approached for "a role" in ...
Western films... he conflict has been portrayed with varying degrees of accuracy in numerousand books
Rolling Stone... rban Pop", as she "proved she was a muse in her own right". Ernest Hardy ofdubbed her as the "undisputed queen of the midtempo come-on". Japanese pop ...
Beneath Hill 60... LaPaglia; the animated feature Mary and Max; and the 2010 World War I drama, directed by Jeremy Sims and starring Brendan Cowell
The Guardian... apita is often considered an indicator of a country's standard of living; ,14-09-2009. GDP per capita is not a measure of personal income. See Standa ...
1968 film... riginal West End production, and reprised it in 1984 on Broadway and in the, for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor and won ...
Torrents of Spring... e and the United States, making Moon in the Gutter (1983), Harem (1985) and(1989) in Europe and Exposed (1983), Maria’s Lovers (1984) and Revolution ...
Rain Man... Academy Award (again unsuccessfully, this time losing to Barry Levinson for)
Mildred Pierce... ore, not intimidated by her. The same year, Davis refused the title role in(1945), a role for which Joan Crawford won an Academy Award, and instead m ...
The Magic Roundabout... he role of the villain ZeeBad in the 2005 computer-animated film version of. In 2007 he voiced the character of Robert Baron in the BBC animated seri ...
Chicago Sun-Times... ved hiring private trucks to do city work. A six-month investigation by theresulted in a three-day series of articles in January 2004 that revealed s ...
Foxe's Book of Martyrs... nd included in many editions of Chaucer and mentioned as a familiar text in. Such associations gave it far more exposure—and positive exposure—than P ...
From Here to EternitySchofield Barracks was the principal setting for the novelby James Jones
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New York Times... as "as clear a piece of Communist propaganda as we have had in many years."film critic Bosley Crowther reviewed the picture favorably, both the scree ...
Speed... , cinematographer on films as Die Hard and Basic Instinct went on to directand Twister
Anything Goes... r Lady, The Yeoman of the Guard, Gigi, Fiddler on the Roof, The Gondoliers,, The Merry Widow, Iolanthe, The Producers and HMS Pinafore. At present, t ...
The Last of the Mohicans... similar to the philosophical theory of Rousseau, exemplified by Uncas, from. There are picturesque "local color" elements in Washington Irving's essa ...
Without Me... eintroduced briefly at the end of the skit who makes fun of Eminem's song "" by changing the words at the beginning of the song
Paramount Pictures... shi's 1977 film Wizards. While leaving the network offices, he learned thathad recently fired Shamus Culhane, the head of its animation division. Bak ...
Exposed... the Gutter (1983), Harem (1985) and Torrents of Spring (1989) in Europe and(1983), Maria’s Lovers (1984) and Revolution (1985) in the U.S. Kinski's l ...
The Corn Is Green... 945), a role for which Joan Crawford won an Academy Award, and instead made(1945) based on a play by Emlyn Williams. Davis played Miss Moffat, an Eng ...
The Simpsons Movie... onuts was set in Sydney in 2007 as part of a celebration for the release of
The Wild Huntis the name of a 2009 Canadian drama/horror film which focusses on LARPers ...
Dollars Trilogy... westerns were directed by Sergio Leone and scored by Ennio Morricone: the "" (A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965), and The Goo ...
New York Stories... la, in 1989 Scorsese provided one of three segments in the portmanteau film, called "Life Lessons"
Fiddler on the Roof... s of Penzance, Me and My Girl, My Fair Lady, The Yeoman of the Guard, Gigi,, The Gondoliers, Anything Goes, The Merry Widow, Iolanthe, The Producers ...
Bleak House... watching the BBC One!" and "In half an hour, Jenny Dickens's classic serial. But first let's see what the poor people are up to in the first of two v ...
Thus Spoke Zarathustra... ed the Übermensch as a goal for humanity to set for itself in his 1883 book
The Vault of Horror... peared as Moore, an artist whose paintings are imbued with voodoo power, in(1973), as Koura, the villainous sorcerer, in Ray Harryhausen's The Golden ...
Chicago Tribune... itical consultant whose clients included Daley, contributed an op-ed to thein defense of patronage
Paramount... Hugo Riesenfeld for the music scoring. The distribution rights were sold tofor five years for a sum of $75,000, which helped Murnau pay off Flaherty
Without Me... e clean version and is just heard as four seconds of silence moving on to "", due to thinking there were so many profanities that editing the song wo ...
The American Magazine... y "Bad Time at Honda" by Howard Breslin. The original story had appeared inin January 1947, with full-color illustrations by Robert Fawcett
Money... rland Park was awarded the title of "45th Best Place to Live In America" bymagazine. Facilities include hiking and biking trails, wildlife refuges, g ...
PT 109... alf a century. Robertson portrayed a young John F. Kennedy in the 1963 film, and won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the movie ...
Martial arts film... which sparked a greater interest in Chinese martial arts around the world.reached the peak of its popularity largely in part due to its greatest ico ...
44 Inch Chest... Paul McGuigan film, Push and in December, Del Naja completed the score forwith The Insects and Angelo Badalamenti
Dungeons & Dragons... s The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973); and as Halvarth, the Elven healer, in(2000)
Thus Spoke ZarathustraThe first translation ofinto English was by Alexander Tille published in 1896. Tille translated Üb ...
The Washington Examiner... , . Several Washington, D.C. papers are based in Northern Virginia, such asand Politico. The paper with the nation's widest circulation, USA Today, w ...
Bromsgrove... Dudley, Smethwick, Blackheath, Lye, Kidderminster, Stourport, Tyseley, andto manufacture Browning machine guns, Stoke, Corsham, and Newcastle-under- ...
Barney Bear... na-Barbera Years 1940-1958, 113 of 114 episodes), Droopy (all 24 episodes),(all 26 episodes), and the many one-shot cartoons
Handbook of TexasAs stated in the
Call Me Madam... Constantine in the original 1950 Broadway stage version of Irving Berlin's, opposite Ethel Merman (although he is heard singing a song in the 1933 f ...
Suda... n three books, still extant in an abridged form, compiled, according to the, from Didymus of Alexandria and "The Tarrhaean" (Lucillus of Tarrha, a po ...
Gilda... s to do is stand there and she is the first good argument in 55 years for aremake". She serves as the object of desire, directly oppositional to Bett ...
Flipper... r several other recent movies including After the Sunset, Into the Blue and
Journal of Nutrition... umption of soy-based infant formula. One of these studies, published in the, concludes that there are
On The Line... Celebrity, Bass received his first starring role in the 2001 motion picture. Bass played Kevin, a man who falls in love with a woman on a Chicago tra ...
Cat PeopleIn 1982, she appeared in One from the Heart, and, and then Unfaithfully Yours, and The Hotel New Hampshire. Paris, Texas w ...
Svenska Dagbladet... the day after Hitler's death. Following an interview, the Swedish newspaperwrote that Bernadotte succeeded in rescuing 15,000 people from German conc ...
U.S. News & World Report... n 1994, The University of Scranton has been ranked in the top 10 schools in's rankings of the Best Master's Universities-North. In the 2010 edition, ...
Once Upon a Time in the West... ne was such that the finale of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and the filmsand were edited to Morricone's score as the composer had prepared it month ...
Principia Ethica... was described and named by British philosopher G. E. Moore in his 1903 book. Moore stated that a naturalistic fallacy is committed whenever a philoso ...
The Little Prince... work is inspired by his experiences as a pilot. One example is his novella, a poetic tale self-illustrated in watercolours in which a pilot stranded ...
U.S. News & World ReportFor the past decade, Berea College has been consistently ranked byas the number one comprehensive college in the South, and it is currently ...
The Hotel New Hampshire... red in One from the Heart, and Cat People, and then Unfaithfully Yours, and. Paris, Texas won awards at Cannes, however, the film was not widely rele ...
Sight & Sound... ood", concertmaster Lou Raderman was quoted (complaining good-naturedly) inmagazine. "He is going to break my fingers.
Spy Kids... e films including as well as two films from both the Planet of the Apes andseries. In addition, he appeared in various musicals, such as 1966's The S ...
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E.T. the Extra-TerrestrialIn another notable example, the finale of Steven Spielberg'swas edited to match the music of his long-time collaborator John Williams: ...
USA Today... gton Examiner and Politico. The paper with the nation's widest circulation,, with 1.83 million daily subscriptions, is headquartered in McLean. Besid ...
City Girl... was coming off two troubled Fox Studios productions, Four Devils (1928) and(1930), while Flaherty's production, Acoma, had been shut down. The two di ...
The OnionIn an interview with Wikinews, Sean Mills, President of, said angry letters about their news parody always carried the same messa ...
Chicago Tribune... 2 years in office was the midnight bulldozing of Meigs Field," according tocolumnist Eric Zorn. Fresh off his huge re-electoral mandate, one of Daley ...
The Matrix... d a short film for the Wachowski brothers that was centered in the world of, titled the Final Flight of the Osiris. The short featured photo realisti ...
ForbesIn February 2008,listed Streisand as the No. 2 earning female musician, between June 2006 a ...
Young Bess... young Elizabeth and screen legend Deborah Kerr as Parr in the popular film
ForbesIn 2009,magazine ranked the county sixth best place in the nation to raise a famil ...
Gulliver's Travels... buthnot's house during visits, and Swift showed Arbuthnot the manuscript ofahead of time. The detailed parody of ongoing Royal Society projects in bo ...
Billboard... leading music publications of the day, including Down Beat, Metronome, and
Mississippi Burning... ty seat. The crime and decades-long legal aftermath inspired the 1988 movie
Genesis... ot a Ger Toshav. The rainbow, referring to the Noachide or First Covenant (9), is the symbol of many organized Noahide groups, following . A non-Jew ...
Elizabeth R... arr in Part 1 of a 6-part series on the life of Elizabeth I in 1971, calledwith Glenda Jackson in the title role
The History of the Standard Oil Company... ure's magazine from November 1902 to October 1904, then in 1904 as the book
The Washington Post... ation companies such as Voxant and XO Communications. In Northern Virginia,is the dominant newspaper, since Northern VA is located in the Washington, ...
The Animatrix... wo Matrix sequels. The short was released on DVD on June 3, 2003 as part of. Square Pictures is now a consolidated subsidiary of Square Enix
Guinness World Records... of merely a playable electronic representation of something else." In 2008,listed it as the top-rated arcade game in technical, creative, and cultura ...
Los Angeles Examiner... t. The reviews that followed were scathing; Dorothy Manners writing for thedescribed the film as "an unfortunate finale to her brilliant career". Hed ...
Little Women... opposite Ethel Merman (although he is heard singing a song in the 1933 film, displaying a pleasant voice)
Alice in Wonderland... but also edited versions of some of the studio's theatrical films, such as. Occasionally, a full-length film would be shown, such as Treasure Island ...
McClure's... ard Oil and on monopolies in general. Her work was published in 19 parts inmagazine from November 1902 to October 1904, then in 1904 as the book The ...
National Film Registry... this film. In 1994, Tabu was selected for preservation in the United Statesby the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aestheti ...
Newsweek... ing the Princeton Review, Kaplan's Publishing, U.S. News & World Report and. For 16 consecutive years, beginning in 1994, The University of Scranton ...
Paramount PicturesIn 1957, MCA acquired' pre-1950 sound feature film library through a newly created MCA subsidia ...
Guǎngyùn... me book (601 CE), and a late period in the 10th century, reflected by the "" rime book. Linguists are more confident of having reconstructed how Midd ...
Mad MaxIn October 2009, Theron was cast to star in a sequel to thefilms, titled Mad Max: Fury Road
Cat People... le character in Tess and her roles in two erotic films (Stay As You Are and), as well as parts in Wim Wenders' films The Wrong Move; Paris, Texas; an ...
Places in the Heart... ic recordings of his work "Recordings for the Blind" are heard in the movie, by the character Mr. Will
Bibliotheca... r 49 sisters did. (See the myth at the entry for Danaus.) The author of the, in his list of names for the Danaids, does mention both Hypermnestra and ...
On War... er the influence of the Industrial Revolution thinking. In his seminal bookthe Prussian Major-General and leading expert on modern military strategy ...
The Cocoanuts... ade later, the team made some of their Broadway hits into movies, includingand Animal Crackers. Other successful films were Monkey Business, Horse Fe ...
Le Journal de MontréalRichard Martineau wrote in his column inan article criticizing the episode of October 7, 2007 entitled "Quebec Nat ...
Arnie the Doughnut... he focal point of more than a few episodes. There is also a children's bookand music albums The Doughnut in Granny's Greenhouse and Desert Doughnuts
The Sheriff of Fractured JawIn 1958 an American-British western filmed in Spain, namely(1958), directed by Raoul Walsh, was the first example of a spaghetti west ...
Scary Movie 4... ack Madrid, whose character was clearly inspired by Don King. In the movie,, a man similar to Don King falls on the son of the antagonist. In The Gre ...
Powaqqatsi... ich is the norm. Director Godfrey Reggio edited his films Koyaanisqatsi andbased on composer Philip Glass's music. Similarly, the relationship betwee ...
Tess... include her Golden Globe Award-winning portrayal of the title character inand her roles in two erotic films (Stay As You Are and Cat People), as wel ...
Handbook of TexasAccording to the
The Great White Hype... y Movie 4, a man similar to Don King falls on the son of the antagonist. In, Samuel L. Jackson's character The Reverend is a reflection of Don King, ...
National Catholic Reporter... minor. The case received widespread media coverage. In September 1983, thepublished an article on the topic. The subject gained wider national notor ...
Lonely Planet... nizations have placed Greek destinations in the top of their lists. In 2009ranked Thessaloniki, the country's second-largest city, the world's fifth ...
Paris, Texas... Are and Cat People), as well as parts in Wim Wenders' films The Wrong Move;; and Faraway, So Close!. Richard Avedon's photo of her, nude with a larg ...
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm... able to many people who cannot name the title or composer. In the 1938 film, Shirley Temple sings a version of the song with lyrics. Trumpeter Al Hir ...
U.S. News & World Report... national publications including the Princeton Review, Kaplan's Publishing,and Newsweek. For 16 consecutive years, beginning in 1994, The University ...
The African Queen... oles offered to Davis following her return to film making was Rose Sayer in(1951). When informed that the film was to be made in Africa, Davis refuse ...