1936%2C8415290 References by media and the arts * In the NBC television show ''Scrubs (Scrubs (TV series))'', Dr. Robert 'Bob' Kelso (Bob Kelso) claims that his family, then named Kelsonovich, settled in Monroeville. * Much of the George A. Romero horror classic ''Dawn of the Dead'' was filmed at Monroeville Mall. * The lyrics to My Chemical Romance's song "Early Sunsets over Monroeville" are based on the 1978 film ''Dawn of the Dead''. Kelso was born in 1942 in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, where his family, then named Kelsonovich, settled. His father, also a doctor, endeared himself to his poorer patients by accepting gifts such as food and clothing in lieu of actual payment; he was apparently less generous to his own family however, and he left the family on Kelso's own bicycle (an event to which Kelso attributes his irrational hatred of bikes).
established an outdoor theatre in Chicago. He had a long theatre, film and television career as a lead player, stretching from his 1930 Broadway role in ''Tonight or Never'' (opposite his future wife, Helen Gahagan) until just before his death. Douglas shared top billing with Boris Karloff and Charles Laughton in James Whale's sardonic horror classic ''The Old Dark House'' in 1932. Mellencamp performed "Small Town" at a Barack Obama rally in Evansville, Indiana
; Madison, Wisconsin, and Detroit, Michigan. He established an outdoor theatre in Chicago. He had a long theatre, film and television career as a lead player, stretching from his 1930 Broadway role in ''Tonight or Never'' (opposite his future wife, Helen Gahagan) until just before his death. Douglas shared top billing with Boris Karloff and Charles Laughton in James Whale's sardonic horror classic ''The Old Dark House'' in 1932. Re-release In 2000, the game was re
to help the horror classic receive a sequel. He met Romero and Rubinstein, helping to secure financing in exchange for international distribution (Film distributor) rights. Argento invited Romero to Rome so he would have a change of scenery while writing the screenplay. The two could also then discuss plot developments.
to be a forgotten horror classic (Horror film) of the early talkies. * 1934 (1934 in aviation) - Lufthansa begins the first regular airmail service across the Atlantic Ocean, between Berlin and Rio de Janeiro. DeWitt lives in Berlin where she has recently finished a second novel, ''Your Name Here'', in collaboration with the Australian journalist Ilya Gridneff. DeWitt had met Gridneff in an East London pub shortly before her departure for New York; impressed by the linguistic virtuosity of his e-mails, she suggested a book inspired by Charlie Kaufman's ''Adaptation'', or ''Being John Malkovich'', with Gridneff as Malkovich. History The governing body (List of International Sport Federations) for speed skating International Skating Union (ISU), was included in the list of recognized federations when the International Olympic Committee was founded, but was first discussed seriously for the 1908 Summer Olympics in London. No speed skating events were contested, although figure skating – also governed by the ISU – was on the programme. The preliminary calendar for the 1916 Summer Olympics, to be held in Berlin, listed a 3-event allround competition Kluge 1995, page ?. , but these Games were cancelled because of World War I. '''August Wilhelm Julius Rietz''' (28 December 1812, Berlin – 12 September 1877, Commons:Category:Berlin Wikipedia:Berlin Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany States Berlin
Fether '' and ''The Black Cat (The Black Cat (short story))'' with Robert Louis Stevenson's ''The Suicide Club (The Suicide Club (Stevenson))''. It is considered by some to be a forgotten horror classic (Horror film) of the early talkies. thumb Granówko, Niezychowski's childhood home (Image:Granowko.jpg) Niezychowski was born near Posen (Poznań), (Poznań), Province of Posen, Germany, the fourth child out of six to Stanisław Nieżychowski (1851-1897) and Lucia (Łucja) Taczanowska (Taczanowski) (1862-1917). - 1956 Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands A tower in the form of the 6 letters of the word Europa. Designed by Frenchman Daniel Gonzague. Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany
in films and in television. He is best known for his role in the 1987 horror classic ''A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors'' as Roland Kincaid and reprised his role in the 1988 hit sequel ''A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master''. ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION an American (United States) Democratic (Democratic Party (United States)) politician who is the current mayor of Toledo, Ohio DATE OF BIRTH May 30, 1939