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Zaire

England, France, Zaire (Today's DR Congo), and to return to tour Latin America; her performance in Zaire is included in the film ''Soul Power (Soul Power (film))''. In the late 1970s, she participated in an Eastern Air Lines commercial in Puerto Rico

in the 1996 documentary film, ''When We Were Kings'', and he is heard on the accompanying soundtrack. Other footage of his performance is included in the 2008 documentary film Soul Power (Soul Power (film)) which is based on archival footage of the 1974 Zaire concert. - id "ZR" ZR Zaire 1997-07 .zr — ZRCD (ISO 3166-3#ZRCD) Civil wars in both independent Mozambique (Mozambican Civil War) and Angolan

Madness'' in the UK). This Zairean appearance occurred along with James Brown and others, at a music festival held in conjunction with the Muhammed Ali George Foreman heavyweight title fight (Rumble in the Jungle). Footage of the performance was also included in the 2008 documentary film ''Soul Power (Soul Power (film))''. '''Kizito "Kiki" Musampa''' (born July 20, 1977 in Kinshasa, Zaire) is a former Democratic


White House

), a high-strung White House Chief of Staff in ''Absolute Power (Absolute Power (film))'' (1997), a touching performance as a supportive mother in ''Swimming Upstream'' (2003) and supporting roles in two 2006 films, ''The Break-Up'' and ''Marie-Antoinette (Marie Antoinette (2006 film))''. A growing awareness among the public that Muzak was targeted to manipulate behavior resulted in a backlash, including accusations of being a brainwashing technique and court challenges


Hollywood

roles in a few early 1990s films, including ''Dave (Dave (film))'' in 1993, before coming to prominence in the public television mini-series ''Tales of the City (Tales of the City (miniseries))''. She was then cast in a series of high-profile thrillers, including ''Congo (Congo (film))'', ''Primal Fear (Primal Fear (film))'' and ''Absolute Power (Absolute Power (film))''. She made her Hollywood breakthrough in 1998, playing Jim Carrey's on-screen wife


Manhattan

of the cimbalom in his soundtrack for ''The Black Stallion (The Black Stallion (film))'' to accentuate the Arabian heritage of the majestic horse. Miklós Rózsa used the cimbalom in the main theme and throughout the score for the 1968 science-fiction thriller The Power (The Power (film)). John Barry (John Barry (composer)) used it in the title theme for the film ''The Ipcress File (The Ipcress File (film))'', as well as in the main theme of the 1971 TV series '' The Persuaders


Switzerland

'' is named for one or both of him and his twin brother Auguste (Auguste Piccard) - in fact, it was sometimes hinted that the character may be descended from the scientist. Final years After completing what amounted to guest roles in two 1968 films, ''The Power (The Power (film))'' and ''The Devil's Brigade (The Devil's Brigade (film))'', as well as top guest-starring roles in two episodes of the ABC (American Broadcasting Company) Quinn Martin Productions series '' The F.B.I


Italy

of the town of Cincinnatus, New York and the Society of the Cincinnati which, in turn, lent its name to the city of Cincinnati, Ohio. Final years After completing what amounted to guest roles in two 1968 films, ''The Power (The Power (film))'' and ''The Devil's Brigade (The Devil's Brigade (film))'', as well as top guest-starring roles in two episodes of the ABC (American Broadcasting Company) Quinn Martin Productions series '' The F.B.I. (TV series) The F.B.I


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