5473,2630104&dq grammy&hl en title And Now the Grammy Awards date 24 May 1959 author Dornbrook, Don publisher The Milwaukee Journal accessdate 1 May 2011 The song is the only foreign-language recording to achieve this honor,
: insidemovies.moviefone.com 2010 04 26 stars-films-shine-at-tcm-classic-film-festival title TCM Classic Film Festival info publisher Insidemovies.moviefone.com date 2010-04-26 accessdate 2010-07-29 Her 1949 film ''Neptune's Daughter'' was screened at the pool of the Roosevelt Hotel (Roosevelt Hotel (Hollywood)), along with a performance of the Williams-inspired synchronized swimming troupe, The Waterlilies.
title Dean Of Disk Jockeys Thinks Some People Have Poor Musical Taste date 14 April 1950 author Gaver, Jack publisher St. Petersburg Times accessdate 29 November 2010 Early life An only child, Fuller was born '''Buddy Lee''' in Troy, New York, to Betty Simpson, a dance instructor. Prior to Lee's birth, Simpson married Robert Simpson, Sr., a Naval Academy (United States Naval Academy) officer. The family moved to Key West, Florida, where Lee took the name of his
POLITICS (AP Bradenton Herald) Acting career He became an actor in 1913, at one point touring with Charles Coburn's Shakespeare Company. Even while playing leading roles on Broadway (Broadway theatre) into the 1920s Mitchell would continue to write. One of the plays he co-authored, ''Little Accident'', was eventually made into a film (three times) by Hollywood. Mitchell's first credited screen role was in the 1923 film ''Six Cylinder Love''.thumb 220px as ''Tom Blue'' in the trailer for '' The Black Swan (film) The Black Swan (File:Thomas mitchell black swan 1.jpg)'' (1942) Mitchell's breakthrough role was as the embezzler in Frank Capra's 1937 film ''Lost Horizon (Lost Horizon (1937 film))''. *Kobe Bryant's accuser files a federal lawsuit against the Los Angeles Laker (Kobe Bryant) star, asking for $75,000 in compensatory damages and an undisclosed amount in punitive damages. Bryant's attorneys had no comment. (AP) * Boston Celtic (Boston Celtics) and former Los Angeles Lakers star Rick Fox divorces his wife of five years, movie star (Hollywood) Vanessa Williams (Vanessa L. Williams) (ESPN) * UEFA Champions League 2004–05 Third qualifying round, first leg: ''Funny Face'' Hollywood presented a fictional account of his early career in the 1957 musical ''Funny Face'', starring Fred Astaire as the fashion photographer "Dick Avery." Avedon supplied some of the still photographs used in the production, including its most famous single image: an intentionally overexposed close-up of Audrey Hepburn's face in which only her famous features - her eyes, her eyebrows, and her mouth - are visible. After a brief stint at the factory, Ferragamo convinced his brothers to move to California, first Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California) then Hollywood. It was here that Ferragamo found success, initially opening a shop for repair and made-to-measure shoes, which soon became prized items among celebrities of the day, leading to a long period of designing footwear for the cinema. However, his thriving reputation as 'Shoemaker to the Stars' only partially satisfied him. He could not fathom why his shoes pleased the eye yet hurt the foot, so he proceeded to study anatomy at the University of Southern California. In 1928 he was hired to work in Hollywood by MGM and write film scores for the new medium of sound film. For his film work, he often collaborated with lyricist Arthur Freed. This collaboration produced ''Singin' in the Rain (Singin' in the Rain (song))''. He appeared in the MGM variety film ''The Hollywood Revue of 1929''. Brown also worked with Richard A. Whiting and Buddy De Sylva on Broadway Musicals (Broadway theatre) such as ''Take a Chance''.
''The Young Lions'' with Marlon Brando and ''Murder, Inc. (Murder, Inc. (1960 film))'' with Peter Falk, as well as a much-criticized remake of ''The Blue Angel (The Blue Angel (1958))'' in the legendary role first created by Marlene Dietrich in 1930. Recording, themes, and releases The ''Fat EP'' was recorded in March 1981 at Music Lab studios in Hollywood with producer (record producer) Spot (Spot (producer)), and was released later that year through New Alliance
TV series, such as H.M. Wynant, Orson Bean and Morgan Brittany, appear, although purposely not in the roles they originated on television. The series features a full cast, music and sound effects and is produced in the flavor of classic radio dramas but using today's state-of-the-art digital technology. If film was the most influential medium, Hollywood was the most influential image maker. Hollywood films reached a global audience through big budget productions, and equally big distribution and advertising channels. Hollywood adapted works of the Romanticism movement to the screen, seamlessly forging a bridge between Romanticized historical novels, operas, paintings, and music of the 19th century onto film in the 20th. The ideals of the Romantics were fully realized on the screen in such influential works as ''Ivanhoe (Ivanhoe (1952 film))'' (1952) and ''El Cid (El Cid (film))'' (1961) which belong to the same late Romantic culture in their music, imagery and themes. If film was the most influential medium, Hollywood was the most influential image maker. Hollywood films reached a global audience through big budget productions, and equally big distribution and advertising channels. Hollywood adapted works of the Romanticism movement to the screen, seamlessly forging a bridge between Romanticized historical novels, operas, paintings, and music of the 19th century onto film in the 20th. The ideals of the Romantics were fully realized on the screen in such influential works as ''Ivanhoe (Ivanhoe (1952 film))'' (1952) and ''El Cid (El Cid (film))'' (1961) which belong to the same late Romantic culture in their music, imagery and themes. '''''Bowfinger''''' is a 1999 comedy cult film directed by Frank Oz. It depicts a down-and-out filmmaker in Hollywood attempting to make a film on a small budget with a star who does not know that he is in the film. It was written by Steve Martin, and stars Martin, Eddie Murphy, and Heather Graham (Heather Graham (actress)). Critics have described the film as a parody of Hollywood, filmmaking, celebrity, and according to some, the group "MindHead" is a parody of the Church of Scientology. Martin has denied this. The film spoof (Parody)s the cult of celebrity and experiences film producers can undergo when attempting to get a movie made in Hollywood. ''Time Out Film Guide'' called the film a "satire on Hollywood's lunatic fringe."
and Martin's Laugh-In '', offered Jiminy a pilot episode deal for a daytime talk show that Jiminy accepted and started at the Beverly Garland 'Motel' as opposed to the Beverly-Garland Hotel. And, as Jiminy has said, "''that's how it all started!''" On ''The Martin Short Show'' In the show, Glick is a famous television interviewer who has been around Hollywood for a long time. Despite this, he remains laughably ignorant about pop culture and most entertainment news, though he considers himself just the opposite. His interviews with stars are characterized by his patronizing attitude, often bizarre questions about obscure matters, and awkward body language. For example, he'll often cite another celebrity with whom the interviewee apparently shares a birthday (but in reality does not) and ask how it makes them "feel." He is extremely forgetful, and takes ginkgo biloba as a memory aid (although, as he often points out, the catch twenty-two (Catch-22 (logic)) is that he doesn't remember to take it). Glick is also very overweight, and during interviews he will sometimes aggressively stuff his face with junk food (which is always present on the table on set) at a moment's notice. Glick would occasionally offer food to his guests, but if they reached for it without being offered, he would snatch it away, growling, "No! ''All for me!''" On top of his many other eccentricities, Glick has an unforgettably peculiar voice, shifting within a single sentence from a high, effeminate whine to a deep growl. Albright worked as a model before moving to Hollywood. She began her motion picture career with a bit part in the 1948 film ''The Pirate'', and followed it with an important role in the acclaimed 1949 (1949 in film) hit ''Champion (Champion (1949 movie))''. For the next ten years, she appeared in secondary roles in over twenty films, including several 'B' (B-movie) Westerns (Western film). Albright also acted in guest roles on several television series. Burial service and interment The service drew 700 invited guests, including former Reagan administration officials such as George Shultz, and noted dignitaries; Margaret Thatcher, who travelled on the plane from Washington, sat next to California Governor (Governor of California) Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver; former California Governor Pete Wilson was in attendance, as well as former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. Hollywood actors and other celebrities were also attended, including Mr. Reagan's first wife, actress Jane Wyman, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Mickey Rooney, Dolores Hope (widow of Bob Hope), Merv Griffin, Tommy Lasorda, Wayne Gretzky, Scott Baio, Bo Derek, Tom Selleck, Pat Sajak, Wayne Newton, and the Sinatra (Frank Sinatra) family. "The State Funeral of Ronald Reagan" CNN Live Coverage Transcripts, June 11, 2004. The three surviving Reagan children, Michael (Michael Reagan), Patti (Patti Davis), and Ron (Ron Reagan), gave final eulogies at the interment ceremony. "Reagan's children's eulogy remarks". ''USA Today'', June 12, 2004. Moakler eventually branched out into an acting career, appearing as a regular for two seasons on the USA Network television series ''Pacific Blue (Pacific Blue (TV series))'' in 1998,
includes written work and numerous short film appearances. His first hit "Moanin' Low," with lyrics by Howard Dietz, was written for Webb's co-star Libby Holman in the 1929 revue ''The Little Show''. Moving to Hollywood, Rainger teamed up with lyricist Leo Robin to produce a string of successful film songs. His career was diverse and he composed frequently for major art house (Art film) directors (film director), most
, but also from academics from a range of backgrounds. Studies of film range from those that deal explicitly with the intertextuality between 'war films' and 'real' wars, to those that deal more broadly with issues of identity formation and representation. Development Film historian and critic Arthur Knight connects the development of the Hollywood montage to aspects of Eisenstein (Sergei Eisenstein)'s editing: His long career as award-winning lyricist of film songs In October
in the country music scene, but tragically, his life came to an early end when he was killed in a car accident while on the way to finally record his first commercial record. Through their increasing presence on the Hollywood club scene—playing such famed bars as The Troubadour (The Troubadour (Los Angeles)) and The Roxy (Roxy Theatre (West Hollywood))—Guns N' Roses drew the attention of major record labels. They were signed by Geffen Records in March 1986, receiving a $75,000 advance.
through these films. "Those sets looked better than real New York penthouses and nightclubs ever could," he said upon creation. "In this film I wanted settings that had that kind of striking nature." NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Search old newspaper articles online Personal life Despite the fame afforded her, Akins didn't pursue a screenwriting
'''Hollywood''' is a district in the central (Central Los Angeles) region of Los Angeles, California, in the United States.
It is notable for its place as the home of the entertainment industry, including several of its historic studios. Its name has come to be a metonym (metonymy) for the motion picture industry of the United States (Cinema of the United States). Hollywood is also a highly ethnically diverse, densely populated, economically diverse neighborhood and retail business district.
Hollywood was a small community in 1870 and was incorporated as a municipality in 1903.