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. The ballpark was also used as the backdrop for several Hollywood films about baseball, as well as TV series such as ''Home Run Derby (Home Run Derby (TV series))''. thumb 220px The Pacific Coast League PCL (File:Los Angeles Wrigley Field 1952.jpg) Angels (Los Angeles Angels (PCL)) play at Wrigley Field, 1952. With its location near Hollywood, Wrigley Field was a popular place to film baseball movies (Film). The first film known to have used Wrigley as a shooting location was 1927's
''Babe Comes Home'', a silent film starring Babe Ruth. Some well known movies filmed there were ''The Pride of the Yankees'' and the movie version (Damn Yankees (film)) of the stage play ''Damn Yankees''. The ''film noir'' classic ''Armored Car Robbery'' had its title heist set at Wrigley. It later found its way into television, serving as the backdrop for the ''Home Run Derby (Home Run Derby (TV series))'' series in 1960, a popular show which featured one-on-one
is a term also used in the Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon (TV channel)) program Rocket Power. '''Daniel Jacob Stern''' (born August 28, 1957) is an American film and television actor. He is known for his roles in the Hollywood films ''C.H.U.D.'', ''Diner (Diner (film))'', ''City Slickers'' and the first two ''Home Alone (Home Alone (series))'' films, and as the narrator for the television series ''The Wonder Years''. Moving to Hollywood, she made a successful
film ''Borrowing Saffron'' (2002), which co-starred H. Jon Benjamin. He has made a variety of guest appearances on shows like ''Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist'', ''Home Movies (Home Movies (TV series))'', ''Wonder Showzen'', and ''Aqua Teen Hunger Force''. He also voices a recurring character on Squidbillies. In 2004 Todd Barry was featured in an animated series called Shorties Watchin' Shorties.
guest starred on several shows, including ''The Geena Davis Show'', ''The Simple Life'', ''The Simpsons'', ''The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'', ''Home Improvement (Home Improvement (TV series))'', and ''Just Shoot Me''. She played a television reporter in the ''RoboCop'' films and had a small role as a reporter in ''Soapdish''. She also hosted a series that explores true stories of survival in Lifetime (Lifetime (TV network))'s ''What Should You Do?'' Jimmy Choo (Jimmy Choo Ltd) now has a total of 39 stores, including London (Sloane Street & New Bond Street), New York, Beverly Hills, Washington D.C. (Chevy Chase, MD), Boston, Dallas, Moscow, Milan and Hong Kong and is distributed by select stores worldwide. In 2007, Mellon made another appearance on the Sunday Times Rich List (Sunday Times Rich List 2007), where she is ranked as the 751st richest person in the UK, with an estimated wealth of £99 million. ''Rich List search'' — timesonline.co.uk. She is also ranked as the 64th richest woman in Britain. ''Women's rich list'' — timesonline.co.uk "Ice Ice Baby" was initially released by Ichiban Records as the B-side (A-side and B-side) to Van Winkle's cover of "Play That Funky Music". Wikipedia:Dallas, Texas Dmoz:Regional North America United States Texas Localities D Dallas commons:Dallas, Texas
'') are an ethno-cultural group (ethnic group) of Ukrainian (Ukrainians) highlanders who for centuries have inhabited the Carpathian mountains, mainly in Ukraine, the northern extremity of Romania (in the areas of Bukovina and Maramureş). * Gary McGurk, an actor from ''Home Improvement (Home Improvement (TV series))'' and ''Babylon 5'', is a current acting professor at NKU. * Ukrainian (Ukraine) pianist Sergei Polusmiak, an internationally-renowned concert artist and master teacher, is artist in residence and professor in the music department. * James Ramage, a faculty member in the history department, is a well-known Civil War (American Civil War) expert who has a Civil War museum (James A. Ramage Civil War Museum) in Fort Wright, Kentucky named in his honor. thumb 150px Pulver Lev (File:Pulver Lev.jpg) '''Lev Mikhaylovich Pulver''' (Yiddish (Yiddish language) pronunciation: '''Leib Pulver''', Commons:Category:Ukraine WikiPedia:Ukraine Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine
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, broadcasts started in 1972. In the mid 80's, the BBC reran the series in a daytime slot. In 2007, MAX (MAX (television)) restarted a broadcast of the first series, with one episode every workday (Monday through Friday), starting 10 July 2007. As of mid-August, it is uncertain whether they will also show the other series. Home video and DVD releases Home video versions of the series have been made available in various versions over the years. For series one, edited versions were made available by BBC Video on VHS in the 1990s. These edited masters saw a re-release in the UK on DVD from Universal Playback in 2003. The Australian (from ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)) and Dutch (Netherlands) (from Memphis Belle) DVD versions of series one also derive from these edited versions. In North America, Canadian (Canada) company BFS Video released the first four episodes uncut on VHS in 2001, with these and the next four episodes arriving on DVD in two double-disc sets two years later. '''John Gijsbert Alan ("Johnny") Heitinga''' ( Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands