Hollywood

By the California Digital Newspaper Collection (November 15, 1903) accessdate Feb 22, 2014 It officially merged with the city of Los Angeles in 1910, and soon thereafter a prominent film industry

of the American Film'' Harcourt Brace, New York, 1930; p. 85 In the early 1900s, most motion picture patents were held by Thomas Edison's Motion Picture Patents Company in New Jersey, and filmmakers were often sued to stop their productions. To escape this, filmmakers began moving out west, where Edison's patents could not be enforced. Also


Piru, California

Jackson had used nearby Rancho Camulos as one of the settings. Portions of the 1910 (1910 in film) silent movie (silent film), ''Ramona (Ramona (1910 film))'', starring Mary Pickford were shot there. During the production, Pickford, D.W. Griffith (D. W. Griffith) and others of the cast and crew, stayed at the Piru Hotel. The hotel later became known as the Mountain View Hotel. The name was later changed to the Round Rock Hotel, because of a large, round boulder located

on location at Piru with the film company Universal (Universal Studios). ''Los Angeles Times'', Dec. 20, 1922, "Six Taken In Bandit Raid; Piru Robbery Confessed by Captives; Suspects Said to be Burglars, Bootleggers and Smugglers Asserted Leader and Member of Criminal Gang Seize Bandits, Bank Money," p. II1 (2 pages) ''Los Angeles Times'', Dec. 21, 1922, "Bandits Ready For Cells; "Buckaroo Robbers" Assert They've Made Clean Breast of Crimes

Piru has been used for shooting countless film and television productions over the years, including ''Desert Fury'' (1947 (1947 in film)) starring Lizabeth Scott, John Hodiak and Burt Lancaster, with Mary Astor and Wendell Corey. Location scenes were shot with the northwest side of Center Street, at Main, used as the exterior of Fritzi Haller's saloon and casino; the Piru Mansion was used as the Haller home and the historic Piru bridge


Ouarzazate

of the town is the desert. The town is chiefly inhabited by Berber-speakers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs (locally known as: ''iɣeṛman'') and buildings for which the area is known. Ouarzazate is an important holiday destination in Morocco, as a base for excursions across the Draa Valley and into the desert. The fortified village (ksar) of Ait Benhaddou west of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Ouarzazate area is a noted film-making location

, with Morocco's biggest studios inviting many international companies to work here. Films such as ''Lawrence of Arabia (Lawrence of Arabia (film))'' (1962), ''The Living Daylights'' (1987), ''The Last Temptation of Christ'' (1988), ''The Mummy (The Mummy (1999 film))'' (1999), ''Gladiator (Gladiator (2000 film))'' (2000), ''Kingdom of Heaven (Kingdom of Heaven (film))'' (2005), ''Kundun'' (1997), ''Legionnaire (Legionnaire (film))'' (1998), ''Hanna (Hanna (film))'' (2011

: www.weatherbase.com weather weather.php3?s 056206 title Weatherbase: Weather for Ouarzazate, Morocco publisher Weatherbase year 2011 Retrieved on November 22, 2011. date November, 2011 Film studios thumb Ouarzazate Film studios 250px (File:Atlas Corporation Studios Ouarzazate Morocco.JPG) Atlas Studios is one of the largest movie studios in the world. Several historical movies were shot here, including '' Asterix & Obelix


Trollhättan

GKN Aerospace (previously known as Volvo Aero) and its contractual suppliers. As with parallel locations elsewhere in Europe, much of its production has moved from heavy industry to professional services (third sector) and the creation of intellectual property. As of 2011 Trollhättan hosts a film production complex known as Trollywood; movies shot there include ''Show Me Love (Show Me Love (film))'' (''Fucking Åmål''), ''Dancer in the Dark'', '' Melancholia_(2011_film

) Melancholia '', and ''Dogville''. The movie studio Film i Väst centered here produces about half of the Swedish feature-length films. Sports One match, Sweden (Sweden national bandy team)-Finland (Finland national bandy team), at the Bandy World Championship 2013 for men's teams will be played in Slättbergshallen.

in Åmål, Robert Wangeby, "Smygpremiär på Fucking Åmål", Provinstidningen Dalsland, 13.10.1998 but these were not included in the final version (final cut privilege): the main shooting took place in the nearby town of Trollhättan, location of Film i Väst's (the company that produced the film) film studios. "About Film i Väst," ''Film i Väst'' ref>


Uxbridge, Ontario

qualified for the Olympic trials ranking 18th in 200 back stroke In film * The 1972 film ''The House Without a Christmas Tree'' starring Jason Robards was filmed in Uxbridge at Peel and Victoria. * The show 'The Littlest Hobo' (a show about a lone dog's travails) was one of the first shows to use Uxbridge for on location shooting in the 1980s (GGL). *The CBC (CBC Television)'s series ''Road to Avonlea'' was shot on location at an exterior village set located in Uxbridge

. * The 1996 film ''Christmas in My Hometown'', starring Tim Matheson and Melissa Gilbert, was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 1996 film ''The Long Kiss Goodnight'' starring Geena Davis and Samuel L. Jackson was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 1996 film ''The Stupids'' starring Tom Arnold (Tom Arnold (actor)) was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 1998 film ''Jerry and Tom'' starring Joe Mantegna and Sam Rockwell was partially filmed in Uxbridge

. * The 1999 film ''A Map of the World'' starring Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 2001 film ''Driven'' starring Sylvester Stallone and Burt Reynolds was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 2001 film ''Serendipity'' starring John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale, and Jeremy Piven was partially filmed in Uxbridge. * The 2001 film ''Prancer Returns'' starring John Corbett (John Corbett (actor)), Stacy Edwards, Michael


Resettlement Administration

'', a 1940 film adaptation (The Grapes of Wrath (film)) directed by John Ford, a Tony Award-winning play (The Grapes of Wrath (play)) and an opera (The Grapes of Wrath (opera)). Superseded by Farm Security Administration In the face of Congressional criticism, in September 1937 it was folded into a new body, the Farm Security Administration (FSA), which operated until 1946. Communities and greenbelt cities The RA worked with nearly 200

in Webster Parish (Webster Parish, Louisiana), Louisiana * Greenbrook, New Jersey (planned by the RA but never built) Photography, film, and folk song projects The RA also funded projects recording aspects of its work and context, including: * The Photography Project, which documented the rural poverty of the Great Depression and produced thousands of images that are now stored and available at the Library of Congress, was headed up by Roy Stryker. * The Film Project, which produced

two documentaries directed by Pare Lorentz and scored by Virgil Thomson, The Plow That Broke the Plains and The River (The River (1938 film)); * Sidney Robertson Cowell's recordings of folk songs, conducted during the summer of 1937, sponsored by the RA's Special Skills Division, and now stored at the University of Wisconsin. See also * Farm Security Administration * Dust Bowl References * Meriam; Lewis. ''Relief and Social Security


Nampula

: Lourenço Marques - Lourenço Marques (Maputo); Lourenço Marques "A cidade feitiço", a film of Lourenço Marques, Portuguese Mozambique in 1970. Lourenco Marques, a film of Lourenço Marques, Portuguese Mozambique. Gaza - João Belo; JOÃO BELO-XAI-XAI, a film of João Belo, Portuguese

Mozambique, before 1975. Inhambane - Inhambane; Inhambane - no outro lado do tempo, short film of Inhambane, Portuguese Mozambique before independence in 1975. Beira - Beira (Beira, Mozambique); Cidade da Beira A short film of Beira, Portuguese Mozambique. BEIRA-CENTENÁRIO-O MEU TRIBUTO A film about

Beira, Portuguese Mozambique, its Grande Hotel, and the railway station. Post-independence images of the city are shown, the film uses images of RTP 1 (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal)'s TV program ''Grande Reportagem''. Vila Pery - Vila Pery; VILA PERY-CHIMOIO, a film of Vila Pery, Portuguese Mozambique. Tete - Tete; Zambézia - Quelimane; http


Inhambane

Chiuta , Lake Cahora Bassa and Lake Shirwa, all in the north. The major cities are Maputo, Beira (Beira, Mozambique), Nampula, Tete, Quelimane, Chimoio, Pemba (Pemba, Mozambique), Inhambane, Xai-Xai and Lichinga. The districts with its respective capitals were: Lourenço Marques - Lourenço Marques (Maputo); Lourenço Marques "A cidade feitiço", a film of Lourenço Marques

, Portuguese Mozambique in 1970. Lourenco Marques, a film of Lourenço Marques, Portuguese Mozambique. Gaza - João Belo; JOÃO BELO-XAI-XAI, a film of João Belo, Portuguese Mozambique, before 1975. Inhambane - Inhambane; Inhambane - no outro lado do tempo, short film of Inhambane, Portuguese

Mozambique before independence in 1975. Beira - Beira (Beira, Mozambique); Cidade da Beira A short film of Beira, Portuguese Mozambique. BEIRA-CENTENÁRIO-O MEU TRIBUTO A film about Beira, Portuguese Mozambique, its Grande Hotel, and the railway station. Post-independence images of the city are shown, the film uses images of RTP 1 (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal)'s TV


Ciudad Acuña

by songwriter Darrell Staedtler, on the "Strait Country" album tells about a night in Acuña at Ma Crosby's (a historic restaurant in Acuña) in the beginning. Acuña is the setting for the Robert Earl Keen song, "A Border Tragedy." Cinema In the film, ''Rolling Thunder (Rolling Thunder (1977 film))'' (1977) the villains are known as the Acuña Boys. Outdoor scenes for the 1992 cult motion picture ''El Mariachi'' were shot here, as well as the bar scenes

and street confrontation from the sequel, ''Desperado (Desperado (film))''. Actor Producer Carlos Gallardo (Carlos Gallardo (actor)) was born in Ciudad Acuña. Also ''Desperado'' and ''Single Action'' were filmed in Acuña at The Corona Club (cater-corner to Ma Crosby's) located on the main strip (La Hidalgo). In ''Kill Bill Vol. II'' the protagonist goes to see Bill's friend Estaban, who runs Acuña through the strength of his Acuña boys, the fatherless sons of the women he pimps

. In another Tarantino (Quentin Tarantino) movie, ''Grindhouse (Grindhouse (film))'', Acuña Boys Mexican Food is featured on a bumper ad as well as a take out drink container in the first scenes of ''Death Proof''. The film ''Like Water for Chocolate (Like Water for Chocolate (film))'' was filmed on Lake Amistad in Acuña. The Film ''Love and a .45'' features a standoff between the film's primary protagonists and antagonist in Acuña after the three have crossed the U.S. Mexico border


Glace Bay

: ns1763.ca cbrm mclachlanmem.html J.B. McLachlan Memorial Retrieved March 26, 2010. * Matt Minglewood, musician. * John W. Morgan, former Mayor of CBRM (Cape Breton Regional Municipality). * Marty O'Donnell (Marty O'Donnell (boxer)), Olympic boxer. * Daniel Petrie, Hollywood film director. * Gerard Phalen, senator. * Doug Sulliman, NHL hockey player, 1979 New York Rangers 13th overall draft pick. Attractions * Savoy Theatre * Cape Breton Miners' Museum

. This effectively closes the mine permanently, ending years of coal mining in Glace Bay. *May 8 - Cpl. Denis Lortie enters the Quebec National Assembly (National Assembly of Quebec) and opens fire, killing 3 and wounding 13. René Jalbert, sergeant-at-arms of the assembly, succeeds in calming him, for which he will later receive the Cross of Valour (Cross of Valour (Canada)). '''''The Bay Boy''''' is a 1984 Canadian film. It is a semi-autobiographical film based

Campbell) and William Mark Petrie, a soft-drink manufacturer. http: www.filmreference.com film 84 Daniel-Petrie.html He moved to the United States in 1945. One of his most famous credits was 1961 (1961 in film)'s ''A Raisin in the Sun (A Raisin in the Sun (film))'', which was nominated for the Golden Palm (Palme d'Or) award at the Cannes Film Festival. He also directed ''Buster and Billie'' (1974), the Academy Award


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