assistant for the television show ''Dave's World''. Nicholas Brendon * I. M. Pei (貝聿銘) - architect, designed the Louvre Pyramid * Wayne Wang - Hollywood director (film director) won the Golden Shell * Shen Wei - Chinese-American dancer, choreographer and visual artist and director of the company Shen Wei Dance Arts; MacArthur
in four Republic Studio cliffhangers, and two for Columbia. Moore served in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II and made training films (''Target--Invisible'', etc.) with the First Motion Picture Unit. Career Tanner gained fame by playing trombone with Glenn Miller's band from 1938 until 1942,
Jones in ''Raiders of the Lost Ark'', and auditioned for the part. Coyote's first starring role was in the 1982 science fiction adventure ''Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann''. He also starred in ''Outrageous Fortune (Outrageous Fortune (film))'' and ''Jagged Edge (Jagged Edge (film))''. Since then, he has made more than 120 films for theaters and television and has played starring roles for many directors, including Roman Polanski (''Bitter Moon''), Pedro Almodovar (''Kika''), Martin Ritt (''Cross Creek (Cross Creek (film))''), Jean-Paul Rappeneau (''Bon Voyage (Bon Voyage (2003 film))''), Diane Kurys (''A Man in Love (A Man in Love (film))'') and Walter Salles (''Exposure (A Grande Arte)''). '''''Invasion of Astro-Monster''''' (known in Japan as
the studio tryout and that she (Lila) will be Ted's partner. Assumedly, Jim arranged for her to take Linda's place. Linda directs Lila into the same river. Back at the inn, Ted is forced to perform a solo dance. When Linda eventually makes her way to the inn, she finds that Ted has impressed the studio honchos with his improvised solo and the opportunity stands. Irritated with Jim for not trusting her to make her own decision, she takes the offer and leaves for Hollywood. The producers want
several films before returning to New York. After hearing about Biograph's success in Hollywood, in 1913 many movie-makers headed west to avoid the fees imposed by Thomas Edison, who owned patents on the movie-making process.
stayed there for months and made several films before returning to New York. After hearing about Biograph's success in Hollywood, in 1913 many movie-makers headed west to avoid the fees imposed by Thomas Edison, who owned patents on the movie-making process.
;America's Funniest Home Videos," "America's Funniest People," and on a freelance basis writing skits for Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon (TV channel))’s "Nick at Nite." Sekely did some writing, directing, producing and acting in several B movies, and hosted the internet-only radio show "B+ Movie Making" for five years. death_date
. De Lacy’s first credit was in 1942 as an editorial associate for the US armed forces propaganda film ''We Are The Marines''. Radio and television announcer Westbrook Van Voorhis provided the narration for the documentary, which was effectively a full-length fighting feature. In 1944 De Lacy was involved in another documentary, this time for the US Navy, filmed aboard the carrier Yorktown (USS Yorktown (CV-10)). The narrators in this documentary were actors Robert Taylor (actor) Robert
He was the first producer and head writer of ''The Hollywood Squares'', and has written for ''The Lucy Show'', ''The Andy Griffith Show'', ''The Jackie Gleason Show'' and ''The Man from U.N.C.L.E.'', among others. Internet Movie Database list of film and television credits '''''Nothing Lasts Forever''''' is a 1984 (1984 in film) movie (film) starring a number of high profile Hollywood actors. It was directed by Tom Schiller, who had previously worked on ''Saturday Night Live''. Murray and Schiller held a screening of the film on April 13, 2004 at the BAM Cinematek in Brooklyn, New York. On September 6, 2005, Murray, Schiller and Zach Galligan attended another screening, this time at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater . The screening was followed by a Q&A session and a book signing of '' Nothing Lost Forever: The Films of Tom Schiller ''. The film was shown on November 6, 2009 at Olympia's Capitol Theater as part of the opening night of the Olympia Film Society Olympia Film Festival. On April 1, 2010, it screened in Los Angeles, California at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood as part of the American Cinematheque's acknowledgment of "criminally unknown" films, with Schiller attending and answering questions. In the 1940s, he lived in the United States and worked in Hollywood. He has lived in Brazil since 1948, where he remained after shooting an American film (Cinema of the United States). He worked at Atlântida Cinematográfica during the golden age of chanchadas, with Oscarito, Grande Otelo, Anselmo Duarte, Cyll Farney, Eliana, Carlos Manga, and Watson Macedo. During the 19th and early 20th centuries, gay culture was highly covert and relied upon secret symbols and codes woven into an overall straight (heterosexuality) context. Gay influence in early America was mostly limited to high culture. The association of gay men with opera, ballet, couture (haute couture), fine cuisine, musical theater, the Golden Age of Hollywood, and interior design began with wealthy homosexual men using the straight themes of these media to send their own signals. In the very heterocentric Marilyn Monroe film ''Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (film))'', a musical number features Jane Russell singing "Anyone Here for Love" in a gym while muscled men dance around her. The men's costumes were designed by a man, the dance was choreographed
Hollywood, California nationality American (United States) DATE OF BIRTH February 22, 1948 PLACE OF BIRTH Hollywood, California DATE OF DEATH The video was shot at Bronson Caves (where the original ''Batman TV series (Batman (TV series))'' was filmed) in Hollywood by 1171 Production Group. The group previously worked on such t.A.T.u videos as "All About Us" and "Lyudi Invalidy" and has experience in making videos
appearing in TV serials including ''The Virginian (The Virginian (TV series))''. He had a small part as an obstetrician in Roman Polanski's ''Rosemary's Baby (Rosemary's Baby (film))'' in 1968. In the 1970s he moved into film acting, including playing the lead in ''The Heartbreak Kid (The Heartbreak Kid (1972 film))'' and a supporting role in ''Catch-22 (Catch-22 (film))''. He became a familiar face as a supporting actor in many 1980s Hollywood comedies, including ''Midnight Run'', ''Taking Care of Business'', ''Seems Like Old Times (Seems Like Old Times (film))'', ''The Great Muppet Caper'', ''The Woman in Red (The Woman in Red (1984 film))'', ''The Lonely Guy'', ''Ishtar (Ishtar (film))'' and ''The Couch Trip''. He is probably best known for his role as George Newton in the 1990s John Hughes (John Hughes (filmmaker)) comedy franchise (Media franchise) ''Beethoven (Beethoven (film))''. '''Arthur Freed''' (September 9, 1894 – April 12, 1973) was born '''Arthur Grossman''' in Charleston, South Carolina. He was a Jewish
, 175" '''Planet Hollywood''', a restaurant inspired by the popular portrayal of Hollywood, was launched in New York on October 22, 1991, with the backing of Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Demi Moore, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. He then went to America and appeared on the New York stage in Parnell before entering films. He was given a minor role as a police constable in Basil Dean's '' Escape (1930 film) Escape
'''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.