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Thurrock

's connection with the design of a lightning conductor for the Purfleet gunpowder magazine Thurrock Yellow Advertiser, 26 April 2012 *Henry de Grey who gave his name to Grays. Your Thurrock Culture and film Thurrock has been the scene of several major films.


Iquitos

accessdate 23 May 2012 Major films filmed in Iquitos (Cinema of Iquitos#List of films) and its surroundings are: ''Frente del Putumayo'' (1932) and ''Bajo el sol de Loreto'' (1936) by Antonio Wong Rengifo; ''No Stars in the Jungle'' (1966) and ''The Green Wall'' (1969) by Armando Robles Godoy; ''Aguirre, the Wrath of God'' (1972) and ''Fitzcarraldo'' (1982) by Werner Herzog; ''Informe sobre los shipibos'' (1974), ''Los hombres del Ucayali'' and Captain Pantoja and the Special Services (Captain Pantoja and the Special Services (2000 film)) (2000) by Francisco Lombardi, and ''General Cemetery'' (2012) by Dorián Fernández-Moris. WikiPedia:Iquitos commons:Iquitos


Peterborough, Ontario

, Canada West DATE OF DEATH 1935 Ann Arbor is the setting for much of the film ''The Four Corners of Nowhere'' (1995). Parts of the film ''Jumper (Jumper (film))'' (2008) are set in Ann Arbor, using both footage shot locally and footage using Peterborough, Ontario as an Ann Arbor stand-in. Ann Arbor is also frequently mentioned in the television series Lost (Lost (TV series)). Because of the Michigan Film Incentive, several major films have been shooting in and around Ann


Fort Smith, Arkansas

in the Army (United States Army) after expanding on a singing performance for other servicemen. Moore released many comedy records throughout the 1960s and 1970s, developing a rude and explicit style similar to Redd Foxx and Richard Pryor. This kept him off of television and major films, but cultivated an enduring fan base. DATE OF BIRTH March 17, 1927 PLACE OF BIRTH Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States DATE OF DEATH


Weimar Republic

and district of Pyrmont were detached and incorporated into the Prussian Province of Hanover, with Waldeck following into the Prussian province of Hesse-Nassau in 1929. thumb German postage stamp commemorating Käutner's centenary (File:Helmut Käutner stamp germany 2008.jpg) '''Helmut Käutner''' (25 March 1908 – 20 April 1980) was a German film director active mainly in the 1940s and 1950s. He started out at the end of the Weimar Republic and had his first major films


Pittsburgh

and dance. Hundreds of major films have been shot partially or wholly in Pittsburgh. ''The Dark Knight Rises'' was largely filmed in Downtown, Oakland, and the North Shore. Pittsburgh has also teamed up with a LA based production company, and has built the largest and most advanced movie studio in the eastern United States. Pittsburgh's major art museums include the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Frick Art & Historical Center

''. He had small parts in many major films including ''Flashdance'', ''Fletch Lives'', ''The Silence of the Lambs (The Silence of the Lambs (film))'', and ''Bob Roberts''. The riverside village of '''Logstown''' (1725?, 1727–1758, also '''Logg's Town''', French (French language): ''Chiningue'' pronounced Shenango) was a significant Native American (Native Americans in the United States) settlement in Western Pennsylvania (near present day Pittsburgh


Hollywood

-reel (thirteen minute) animated cartoon short subject. The short was one of the first major films from United Productions of America (then known as "Industrial Films"), which would go on to become the most influential animation studio of the 1950s. As UPA did not have a full staff or a studio location until the late-1940s, this film was made in animator Zack Schwartz's apartment with the help of moonlighters from various local Hollywood animation studios. Among

for Most Promising Newcomer, a title she shared with Anita Ekberg and Victoria Shaw (Victoria Shaw (actress)). She graduated to playing major roles in major films. In 1956, she co-starred with Kevin McCarthy (Kevin McCarthy (actor)), Larry Gates, and Carolyn Jones, playing Becky Driscoll in the original film version of ''Invasion of the Body Snatchers'' (1956).


Czechoslovakia

been the leading animation director for the Connecticut organization Weston Woods Scholastic, adapting children's picture books. His studio is located in Prague near the Barrandov studios where many major films were recorded. In 2003, he was awarded the "Annie" by ASIFA Hollywood for a lifetime contribution to the art of animation. Annie Awards Winsor McCay Award Winsor McCay recipient


Prague

been the leading animation director for the Connecticut organization Weston Woods Scholastic, adapting children's picture books. His studio is located in Prague near the Barrandov studios where many major films were recorded. In 2003, he was awarded the "Annie" by ASIFA Hollywood for a lifetime contribution to the art of animation. Annie Awards Winsor McCay Award Winsor McCay


Warsaw

in Andrzej Wajda's A Generation. This film, undoubtedly the first major production of Wajda, led to ever-increasing popularity of Łomnicki, who started to be regarded as one of the most notable actors of the so-called Polish Film School. The following years he also appeared in most major films screened by the Polish Film School movement members, among them in Wajda's ''Innocent Sorcerers'' (1960), ''Heroism (Heroism (film))'' by Andrzej Munk (1958) and ''Depot of the Dead'' by Czesław Petelski. In 1969 he appeared in his most famous films, the ''Colonel Wolodyjowski (Colonel Wolodyjowski (film))'' and ''The Deluge (Potop (film))'' by Jerzy Hoffman, the latter being nominated for the Best Foreign Film Oscar in 1974. thumb right Tadeusz Łomnicki in 1966 (File:Tadeusz Lomnicki Polish actor 02.jpg) Early life Francis Romuald Spasowski was born in Warsaw, Poland. His father, Władysław, was a university professor and leading intellectual. Although not a member of the Polish Communist party, Władysław Spasowski wrote "The Liberation of Man," an important Communist theoretical work, and raised Romuald to believe in Marxism long before it was fashionable in Polish intellectual circles. Romuald studied and then taught at the College of Mechanics until Germany invaded Poland in 1939. '''Daniel Sikorski''' (born 2 November 1987 in Warsaw) is a Polish (Poles) footballer with Austrian and Polish citizenship who played for Austria national under-21 team who currently plays for Polonia Warsaw (Polonia Warszawa). WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


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