Communists and was removed from the unofficial blacklist. Subsequently he had to produce his next film, ''Mambo (Mambo (film))'', in Italy in 1954 to repair his finances. While ''The Hustler'' in 1961 was a great success, conflict with the star of ''Lilith (Lilith (film))'' so disillusioned Rossen that he made no more films during the last three years of his life. Career Montgomery went to New York City to try his hand at writing and acting. He established a stage career, and became
as '''Nick Nicholson''', is an American expatriate character actor working in the Philippines. Since the early 1980s, Nicholson has appeared in both big-budget Hollywood productions shot in the archipelago and low-budget, Filipino (Philippines) action movies. The '''Yucca Corridor''' is a small, diverse, and densely populated neighborhood of Hollywood centered along most of the length of Yucca Street. The neighborhood lies north
) as Danny Kaye's love interest. The following year, she starred in the especially sad Christmas film ''All Mine to Give''. Johns received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for the 1960 film ''The Sundowners''. One of her best known film roles was that of Winifred Banks (Mary Poppins (film)#Mrs. Banks), the children's mother, a suffragette, in ''Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins (film))'' (1964). Her last film appearance was in the 1999 film '' Superstar (film
the film eventually became a commercial and critical failure. She next provided her voice for the character of Laila, the love interest of a street dog named Romeo, in the Yash Raj Films and Walt Disney Pictures animated film ''Roadside Romeo''. It was the second Bollywood film to receive a North American release by a Hollywood studio.
different groups of musicians were assembled in each location. Writing credits on the album are given to both Declan MacManus and Elvis Costello. Plot 1964 saw the cancellation of ''The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show'' and life became rather miserable and melancholy for Rocket "Rocky" J. Squirrel (voiced by June Foray, reprising her longtime role) and Bullwinkle J. Moose (voiced by Keith Scott (Keith Scott (voice actor))). Their home, Frostbite Falls, has been destroyed in deforestation, Rocky has lost his ability to fly, and the show's unseen Narrator (also voiced by Keith Scott) lives with his mother, spending his time narrating everything that she does (much to her annoyance). Bullwinkle and Rocky head out to address the President of the United States regarding their situation, but are stopped for six months by red tape. Meanwhile, their enemies, Fearless Leader, Boris Badenov, and Natasha Fatale lose power over Pottsylvania and dig to a Hollywood film studio where they convince Minnie Mogul (Janeane Garofalo), an executive, to sign a contract giving her rights to the show, and the villains are transformed from their two-dimensional cel animation (Traditional animation) origins, and become live-action characters (now in the form of Robert De Niro, Jason Alexander, and Rene Russo, respectively). FBI agent Karen Sympathy (Piper Perabo) and her boss, Cappy von Trapment (Randy Quaid) inform President Signoff (James Rebhorn) that Fearless Leader intends to make himself the President by brainwashing the American public with his cable television network, "RBTV" or "Really Bad Television". Karen is sent to a special lighthouse to bring Rocky and Bullwinkle to the real world. She succeeds, the Narrator being brought along as well but never being physically seen. History In the mid-sixties, there were two prior attempts to build “The Indianapolis of the West.” The first attempt was led by National General Corporation, and the second by the Santa Anita Consolidated and Filmways Corporations. The second attempt focused on an 800 parcel of land (the Cucamonga Winery) directly across from the new Ontario International Airport on the San Bernardino Freeway (Interstate 10) 40 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. William Loorz CEO of Stolte Construction Co., one of California’s largest commercial construction companies, who had been designated the contractor on the project, sent information on the failed projects to David Lockton, co-founder with Chuck Barnes of Sports Headliners, a leading sports management firm in Indianapolis, Indiana that acted as agent and manager for most of the Formula One and Indianapolis-style racing drivers. Sports Headliners represented most of the leading Formula One drivers and the winners of the past 10 Indianapolis
) is a 1970 (1970 in film) ''giallo'' suspense thriller (thriller film) directed by Dario Argento (his directorial debut). The film is considered a landmark in the Italian giallo genre. Written by director Argento, the film is an uncredited adaptation of Fredric Brown's novel ''The Screaming Mimi (The Screaming Mimi (novel))'', which had previously been made into a Hollywood film, ''Screaming Mimi (The Screaming Mimi (film))'' (1958), directed by Gerd Oswald
: a 1938 musical feature called ''The Duke is Tops'' (later reissued with Horne's name above the title as ''The Bronze Venus''); and a 1941 two-reel short subject, ''Boogie Woogie Dream'', featuring pianists Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons. Horne's songs from ''Boogie Woogie Dream'' were later released individually as soundies. Horne was primarily a nightclub performer during this period, and it was during a 1943 club engagement in Hollywood that talent scouts approached Horne to work
). ''Hit & Run: How Jon Peters and Peter Guber Took Sony For A Ride In Hollywood''. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-684-80931-1 Released Recorded 1966–1969, New York City, Hollywood and San Francisco, United States Genre Rock (Rock music) Between 1991 and 2003, Blade hosted several music-related television programs, including "America's Top Ten", which he took over from Casey Kasem. He hosted several
Redemption don't feature any established actor!-- Other game developers entered the field that year, with releases such as ''The Getaway (The Getaway (video game))''. ''The Simpsons Hit & Run'' in 2003 applied the concept to a cartoon world, while ''True Crime: Streets of LA'' reversed the ''Grand Theft Auto'' formula by putting the player in the role of a police officer.
; Musically diverse, varying between the simple rock and roll revivalism of figures like Alvin Stardust to the complex art rock of Roxy Music, and can be seen as much as a fashion as a musical sub-genre. R. Shuker, ''Popular Music: the Key Concepts'' (Abingdon: Routledge, 2nd edn., 2005), ISBN 0-415-34770-X, pp. 124–5. Visually it was a mesh of various styles, ranging from 1930s Hollywood glamor, through 1950s pin-up sex appeal, pre-war Cabaret theatrics, Victorian (Victorian literature) literary and symbolist styles, science fiction, to ancient and occult mysticism and mythology; manifesting itself in outrageous clothes, makeup, hairstyles, and platform-soled boots. P. Auslander, ''Performing Glam Rock: Gender and Theatricality in Popular Music'' (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2006), ISBN 0-7546-4057-4, pp. 57, 63, 87 and 141. Glam is most noted for its sexual and gender ambiguity and representations of androgyny, beside extensive use of theatrics.
Fontano and fellow Shrapnel label mate, Marty Freidman. Couch and Meldrum also co wrote a track on the album with Marty Freidman. Roadrunner Records, who owned the bands European distribution rights, were responsible for the band shooting a video for the single "Why Call it Love" and a successful European tour followed. Louisa (married name, Mrs Timothy Jones) was a leading figure in the Melbourne social set in the 1930s. She undertook extensive
). Remy Zero recorded a version of Art Garfunkel's song "Bright Eyes (Bright Eyes (Art Garfunkel song))" for the 2002 album "For the Kids." Ansco Color was also used in Hollywood films, including some produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, where it later appeared under the handle of Metrocolor (the generic name used for all films processed by MGM's lab). Films shot in Ansco Color included ''The Man on the Eiffel Tower'' (1949), ''Brigadoon'' (1954
'''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.