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Watford

Theatre Company at the Old Vic. She made an early film appearance in ''Up the Junction (Up the Junction (1968 film))''. After early appearances in the sitcoms ''The Lovers (The Lovers (TV series))'', and ''Doctor at Large (Doctor at Large (TV series))'', Lipman first gained prominence on television in the 1979 situation comedy ''Agony (Agony (TV series))'', in which she played an agony aunt with a troubled private life. She played the lead role in the television series ''All at No 20'' and took on a range of diverse characters when starring in the series ''About Face (About Face (TV series))''. She is well known for playing Joyce Grenfell in the biographical show ''Re: Joyce!'', which she co-wrote with James Roose-Evans, and another memorable character Beatrice Bellman (''Beatie BT''), a Jewish grandmother in a series of television commercials for British Telecom. She has continued to work in the theatre for over thirty years, playing, amongst other roles, Aunt Eller in the National Theatre's ''Oklahoma!'' with Hugh Jackman. birth_date 4 May 1927 birth_place Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK death_date Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford


Blackpool

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Southampton

, Radiohead, Green Day, Suede (Suede (band)), PJ Harvey, the Manic Street Preachers, Coldplay, the Verve, the Libertines and Franz Ferdinand (Franz Ferdinand (band)), while Hampton's and Lennon's have hosted early appearances by Kate Nash, Scouting for Girls and Band of Skulls. The city is home or birthplace to a number of contemporary musicians such as R'n'B singer Craig David, Coldplay drummer Will Champion, former The Holloways Holloways


Hollywood

Beginning on the stage as a teenager in Edwardian musical comedy and pantomime, she was starring in dramatic roles and silent films before the beginning of the First World War. She also became a manager of the Playhouse Theatre from 1917 to 1933, where she played many roles. Beginning in the early 1920s, Cooper was winning praise in plays by W. Somerset Maugham and others. In the 1930s, she was starring steadily both in the West End (West End theatre) and on Broadway (Broadway theatre). Moving to Hollywood in 1940, Cooper found success in a variety of character roles; she was nominated for three Academy Awards, the last one as Mrs Higgins in ''My Fair Lady (My Fair Lady (film))'' (1964). Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, she mixed her stage and film careers, continuing to star on stage until her last year. Later career Cooper turned to film

successful. Lee's early appearances were at clubs in Hollywood. He played them all, including the Brave New World, Hullabaloo, Bido Lito's and the Sea Witch. At Bido Lito's, a tiny hole-in-the-wall club located on a cul-de-sac known as Cosmo's Alley, Lee first showed he had superstar potential. The Bido Lito's audience was sometimes dotted by celebrities, including actor Sal Mineo, and rock stars Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix, who would go on to collaborate with Lee on future recording projects. Lee then got the opportunity to play the larger Whisky a Go-Go on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip, after which Love received a recording contract by Elektra Records. About Agua Dulce Vasquez Rocks has been long used as a popular filming location by the Hollywood movie industry, most notably ''The Flintstones (The Flintstones (film))'' movie, Mel Brooks' Blazing Saddles, and the ''Star Trek (Star Trek: The Original Series)'' episode "Arena (Arena (Star Trek: The Original Series))." The 1971 movie ''Duel (Duel (1971 film))'' filmed extensively in the area. The History channel shoots the popular reality TV show "Top Shot" in the hills and canyons on the north side of the valley. 200px thumb left Director Vilgot Sjöman (File:Vilgotkultur 196220a.jpg) together with actress Lena Nyman. ''Yellow'' was a landmark film that helped define the emergent change in Swedish film of the 1960s. Like French New Wave, the film uses jump cuts and its story is not structured in a conventional Hollywood way. It also contains documentary (Documentary film) elements; for example, it features a brief appearance by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Martin Luther King, Jr.) who is interviewed by Sjöman about his views on civil disobedience. This interview was filmed in March 1966, when Dr. King and Harry Belafonte were in Stockholm to start a new initiative for Swedish support of African Americans. Sjöman, published screenplay (Grove Press, 1968) In 2005, director Scot Barbour completed production on the documentary, ''Malfunkshun: The Andrew Wood Story''. The film documents Wood's music career


Bristol

in Bristol, England and grew up in Toronto and Los Angeles. Her career as a child actress began in 1958, with a role in ''In Love and War (In Love and War (1958 film))''. Among her early appearances was a semi-regular part in the television series ''Leave it to Beaver'' (as Beaver's classmate Violet Rutherford) and an episode of ''The Twilight Zone (The Twilight Zone (1959 TV series))'' "I Sing the Body Electric (I Sing the Body Electric (The Twilight Zone))" (1962). She guest starred twice in 1963 in NBC's medical drama about psychiatry, ''The Eleventh Hour (The Eleventh Hour (1962 TV series))'', in the episodes "The Silence of Good Men" and "My Name is Judith, I'm Lost, You See". Cartwright appeared in the films, ''The Children's Hour (The Children's Hour (1961 film))'' (1961) and Alfred Hitchcock's ''The Birds (The Birds (film))'' (1963) which were both highly successful. She was cast as daughter Jemima Boone in the first two seasons of NBC's ''Daniel Boone (Daniel Boone (TV series))'' from 1964 until 1966, with co-stars Fess Parker, Patricia Blair, Darby Hinton, and Ed Ames. DATE OF BIRTH 20 April 1949 PLACE OF BIRTH Bristol, England, UK DATE OF DEATH '''Stapleton''' is an area in the north-eastern suburbs of the city of Bristol, England. The name is colloquially used today to describe the ribbon village along Bell Hill and Park Road in the Frome Valley. It borders Eastville (Eastville, Bristol) to the South and Begbrook and Frenchay to the North. It comprises an eclectic mix of housing mainly from the Victorian (Victorian architecture), Edwardian, inter-war and late twentieth century periods. It is a popular residential area on three counts. It is convenient for the M32 motorway (with rapid access the M4 (M4 motorway) and M5 (M5 motorway)), it is a semi rural area within two miles of central Bristol and it boasts a popular public school (Public school (government funded)). Duncan was born in the New Zealand city of Dunedin in 1852, the son of recent Scottish (Scotland) immigrants. He was educated at Clifton College near Bristol in England, and at both the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and the University of Otago in New Zealand. He was subsequently appointed engineer for the District of Otago (Otago). However, after being taken to Cheltenham general hospital, his condition suddenly deteriorated and he lapsed into unconsciousness. A brain scan revealed a blood clot had formed on the left-hand side of his brain. Crowther was taken to Bristol's Frenchay Hospital for brain surgery to remove the blood clot that evening. Coincidently, in August 1992, Rita Rees of the Bristol Headway (Headway Devon) branch, a brain injury (Acquired brain injury) charity, introduced herself to Crowther at Bath (Bath, Somerset) railway station, told him about Headway's work, and asked him if he would visit Headway house, a recovery centre for people who had suffered brain injuries. He agreed to do so. Crowther visited on 16 September 1992, and according to his wife, was very moved by what he had seen. Early career Born in St Austell, Cornwall, Martyn started his career as a midfielder until invited to play as a goalkeeper for his brother's works team when he was sixteen. He started by playing amateur football for Cornish sides Heavy Transport F.C., Bugle and St Blazey (St Blazey A.F.C.) while working in a plastics factory and for a coal merchant, Commons:Category:Bristol Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Bristol Wikipedia:Bristol


Washington, D.C.

during a thunderstorm that night, herself gained the ability to fly and great strength after lightning similarly struck, knocking her unconscious (she originally had superhuman strength, as well as other powers, but after her few early appearances they were retconned (Retroactive continuity)). The panicky scientist, seeing the apparently dead young woman, destroyed the device and then killed himself. Joyce survived to fight crime as the patriotically garbed Miss America, appearing

and is a graduate of the Baltimore City College high school and Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he was close to the American T.V. writer and producer, Steven Bochco, later to create ''L.A. Law''. His acting experience includes early appearances with Joseph Papp and a major stint at the Arena Theatre, in Washington, D.C. He also has worked with Lina Wertmuller, Woody Allen, and Barry Levinson (also from Baltimore). PRR


Toronto

, and then gained a contract with Universal Studios. His early appearances include ''The Virginian (The Virginian (TV series))'' (1965), ''Gunfight in Abilene'' (1967), and a starring role in ''The Flim-Flam Man'' (1967) with George C. Scott. He served as a supporting actor in ''Sometimes a Great Notion (Sometimes a Great Notion (film))'' (1971). He starred in a string of successes, including the television film ''Frankenstein: The True Story'' (1973), the crime caper ''Harry in Your Pocket'' (1973), the screwball comedy film ''For Pete's Sake (For Pete's Sake (film))'' (1974), and the horror film ''The Reincarnation of Peter Proud'' (1975), about a man doomed to die the same kind of death twice. His film career as a leading man came to a close with his role in ''The Gumball Rally'' (1976). birth_date 4 October 1852 birth_place Toronto, Canada death_date 16 February 1938 Biography Molloy was born in Toronto, Canada, to John Molloy, a soldier who had served with the Royal Welch Fusiliers in the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny of 1857, and Jane née Curtis. In 1862, they migrated to Western Australia, where John Molloy served as a pensioner guard supervising convicts (Convict era of Western Australia) who had been transported from the United Kingdom. Thomas Molloy, meanwhile, attended Christian Brothers College, Perth, and left school at the age of 13 to work at a printing office. He then worked in the cooperative movement with J.T. Reilly, and became manager of the city cooperative store at the corner of Barrack Street and Murray (Murray Street, Perth) Streets. By 1870, his successes enabled him to buy the entire block between Murray and Wellington for £900 (Pound sterling). Commons:Category:Toronto WikiPedia:Toronto dmoz:Regional North America Canada Ontario Localities T Toronto


Russia

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Italy

countries (equivalent to 2,277,700 hectares). Portugal accounts for around 50% of the world cork harvest. Cork oaks cannot legally be cut down in Portugal, except for forest management (forestry) felling of old, unproductive trees, and, even in those cases, farmers need special permission from the Ministry of Agriculture. Inbal made most of his early appearances in Italy, but a successful British (England) debut in 1965 with the London Philharmonic led to a number of other


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