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at Hollywood.com She trained at the Royal Dramatic Theatre School, Stockholm. Soon after, she became a theater and film star in Sweden. She moved to the United States in 1946 after being signed by Warner Bros. and began working in Hollywood. She appeared in more than one hundred films including ''Night Unto Night'', ''No Sad Songs for Me'', ''Dark City (Dark City (1950 film))'', ''King of Kings (King of Kings (1961 film))'', '' Creepshow


Shreveport, Louisiana

Saints '' (2013): Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara * ''Olympus Has Fallen'' (2013): Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman * ''Texas Chainsaw 3D'' (2013) * ''The Town that Dreaded Sundown (The Town That Dreaded Sundown (2014 film))'' (2014) * ''Dark Places (Dark Places (2014 film))'' (2015): Chloƫ Grace Moretz, Charlize Theron * ''I Saw the Light (I Saw the Light (film))'' (2015): Tom Hiddleston, Elizabeth Olsen Additionally, several


St. Louis

, a carpenter. When O'Bannon was in USC (University of Southern California), he met John Carpenter and they collaborated on the 45-minute USC School of Cinema-Television short ''Dark Star (Dark Star (film))'' (1970). Carpenter expanded the short into a feature which was released in 1974 with a final budget


Hollywood

as a stockbroker and a banker. In 2005, Salles released his first English-language (English language) feature film, which is also his first Hollywood film, ''Dark Water (Dark Water (2005 film))'', an adaptation of the 2002 Japanese film of the same name (Dark Water (2002 movie)). He also helped to produce the Argentine picture ''Hermanas'' which was a major success. Upon his return to Hollywood, Howard was given the lead in lesser projects, but limited to supporting roles in feature pictures. Even his solid performance as Laraine Day's husband in ''The High and the Mighty (The High and the Mighty (film))'' (1954) did not generate any opportunities to break the pattern. Roquemore began his career in entertainment by staging local talent shows, for clubs in his hometown of Marshall, Texas. His first role in Hollywood was ''the Beast'' in the 1927 silent film ''Is Your Daughter Safe?'' and his last was in 1943's Girl Crazy. After the making of first sound film in 1927, he specialized in his ''fat man'' roles and was widely sought out by directors, such as Frank Capra and Orson Welles for bit parts; exemplified by ''the Match King'' one of Mae West's suitors in 1935's ''Goin' to Town''. His more famous roles include; ''Jouett Goforth'' in 1931's ''Cimarron (Cimarron (1931 movie))'' and in 1941's ''Woman of the Year'' as the Justice of the Peace who married Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy. He was married to fellow character actress Fern Emmett, and they may have met while making ''Texas Terror (Texas Terror (film))'' in 1935. Offered a contract to direct Hollywood films, Boleslavsky made several significant films with some of the major stars of the day, until his death a few weeks short of his 48th birthday, on January 17, 1937. He is interred in the Calvary Cemetery, East Los Angeles. Early life and career Wynn was born in New York City as '''Francis Xavier Aloysius James Jeremiah Keenan Wynn''', the son of vaudeville comedian Ed Wynn and wife, the former Hilda Keenan. He took his stage name from his maternal grandfather, Frank Keenan, one of the first Broadway (Broadway theatre) actors to star in Hollywood. His father was Jewish and his mother was of Irish Catholic background. Themes The two most widely covered themes in concept art are science fiction and fantasy (fantasy art). Concept art has always had to cover many subjects, being the primary medium in film poster design since the early days of Hollywood, however, since the recent rise of concept art used in video game production concept art has expanded to cover genres from football (soccer) to the Mafia and beyond.


Manhattan

for several dystopian science-fiction films including ''Blade Runner'' and ''Dark City (Dark City (1998 film))''. The diagonal path of Flatbush Avenue creates a unique street pattern in every neighborhood it touches. It is the central artery of the borough, carrying traffic to and from Manhattan past landmarks such as Junior's, Long Island University, the Fulton Mall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Long Island Rail Road's Atlantic Terminal at Times Plaza, Grand Army Plaza, the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Prospect Park (Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York), Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn College, and Floyd Bennett Field. Flatbush Avenue is the border of Prospect Heights (Prospect Heights, Brooklyn) Park Slope (Park Slope, Brooklyn) and many other neighborhoods. * September - The Great Western Railway accelerates its ''Cheltenham Spa Express'' between Swindon and London Paddington (London Paddington station) to a scheduled 65 minutes, giving an average speed of Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Tokyo

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Japan

), ''Ring 2'' (1999) and ''Dark Water (Dark Water (2002 film))'' (2002). Several of these were remade in America (United States) as ''The Ring (The Ring (2002 film))'' (2002), ''Dark Water (Dark Water (2005 film))'' (2005), and ''The Ring Two''.


Washington, D.C.

It publishes a bi-monthly journal, ''Foreign Affairs''. In April 2010 Stevens released a collection that includes a CD and a DVD, titled ''We the People''. The project features 22 political songs. The four music videos on the DVD are "We the People," "Caribou Barbie," "Throw the Bums Out!," and "Thank You," Stevens appeared in Washington, D.C., on April 15, 2010, as part of the tax day rally associated with the Tea Party. On April 24, 2010 the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum honored the career of Ray Stevens in the recurring series "Nashville Cats: A Celebration of Music City Musicians." The special focused mostly on Stevens' career as a Nashville-session musician during the 1960s and 1970s. - October 18, 2001 Washington, D.C. MCI Center - alias dc Basehead Basehead 2.0 origin Washington, D.C., United States genre Alternative rock, hip hop (Hip hop music) right thumb Union Cavalry General Philip Sheridan (File:Sheridanp268crop02.jpg) Throughout the war, the Confederacy sent armies out of Virginia through the Shenandoah Valley to invade Maryland and Pennsylvania and threaten Washington, D.C. Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early (Jubal Anderson Early), following the same pattern in the Valley Campaigns of 1864, and hoping to distract Grant from the Siege of Petersburg, attacked Union forces near Washington and raided several towns in Pennsylvania. Grant, reacting to the political commotion caused by the invasion, organized the Middle Military Division, whose field troops were known as the Army of the Shenandoah (Union Army of the Shenandoah). He considered various candidates for command, including George Meade, William B. Franklin, and David Hunter, with the latter two intended for the military division while Sheridan would command the army. All of these choices were rejected by either Grant or the War Department and, over the objection of Secretary of War (United States Secretary of War) Edwin M. Stanton, who believed him to be too young for such a high post, Sheridan took command in both roles at Harpers Ferry (Harpers Ferry, West Virginia) on August 7, 1864. His mission was not only to defeat Early's army and to close off the Northern invasion route, but to deny the Shenandoah Valley as a productive agricultural region to the Confederacy. Grant told Sheridan, "The people should be informed that so long as an army can subsist among them recurrences of these raids must be expected, and we are determined to stop them at all hazards. ... Give the enemy no rest ... Do all the damage to railroads and crops you can. Carry off stock of all descriptions, and negroes, so as to prevent further planting. If the war is to last another year, we want the Shenandoah Valley to remain a barren waste." Eicher, p. 482; Wittenberg, pp. 58–60; Morris, pp. 182–84. The group was founded on June 15, 1964 by the "Joint Declaration of the Seventy-Seven Countries" issued at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). About the Group of 77:Establishment The first major meeting was in Algiers in 1967, where the ''Charter of Algiers'' was adopted and the basis for permanent institutional structures was begun. There are ''Chapters of the Group of 77'' in Rome (FAO), Vienna (UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization)), Paris (UNESCO), Nairobi (UNEP) and the Group of 24 in Washington, D.C. (International Monetary Fund and World Bank). His first works greatly resemble those of Botticelli's, but with less sensitivity and subtlety. The very first ones (dating from 1475 onwards) were initially attributed


Canada

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Australia

in Australia), and ''Top People'' (1984). In 1995 O'Brien wrote his one-man revue ''Disgracefully Yours,'' singing as Mephistopheles Smith. O'Brien became a serial bit-part actor in cult films and has appeared in movies such as ''Jubilee (Jubilee (1977 film))'' (1977), ''Flash Gordon (Flash Gordon (film))'' (1980), ''Dark City (Dark City (1998 film))'' (1998), ''Ever After'' (1998) and ''Dungeons & Dragons (Dungeons & Dragons (film))'' (2000). Additionally he guest starred


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