: Enterprise'' and ''America's Next Top Model'' (and later, ''Veronica Mars''). There were also three Paramount-branded blocks on the company's owned-and-operated stations ("O&Os") only: Paramount Teleplex as the main brand for movies at any given timeslot, Paramount Prime Movie for primetime features, and the Paramount Late Movie on late nights. such as The Partridge Family. Achieving international success Olivier had been attempting to broaden his film career. He was not well known in the United States despite his success in England, and earlier attempts to introduce him to the American market had failed. Offered the role of Heathcliff (Heathcliff (Wuthering Heights)) in Samuel Goldwyn's production of ''Wuthering Heights (Wuthering Heights (1939 film))'' (1939), he travelled to Hollywood, leaving Leigh in London. Goldwyn and the film's director, William Wyler, offered Leigh the secondary role of Isabella; but she refused, preferring the role of Cathy, which had been assigned to Merle Oberon. Berg, A. Scott. ''Goldwyn'', Sphere Books, 1989. ISBN 0-7474-0593-X, p 323 thumb Leigh in the trailer for ''Gone with the Wind'' (1939) (File:Vivien Leigh as Scarlett OHara in Gone With the Wind trailer.jpg) Genre John Belton identified four narrative elements of the war film within the context of Hollywood production: a) the suspension of civilian morality during times of war, b) primacy of collective goals over individual motivations, c) rivalry between men in predominantly male groups as well as marginalization and objectification of women, and d) depiction of the reintegration of veterans. Belton, John. ''American Cinema American Culture''. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1994, pp. 165-171, ISBN 978-0070044661. Film scholar Kathryn Kane has pointed out similarities between the war film genre and the Western (Western (genre)). Both genres use opposing concepts like war and peace, civilization and savagery. War films usually frame World War II as a conflict between good and evil as represented by the Allied forces (Allies of World War II) and Nazi Germany whereas the Western portrays the conflict between "civilized" settlers and the "savage" indigenous peoples. Kane, Kathryn. "The World War II Combat Film". In: Wes D. Gehring (ed.) ''Handbook of American Film Genres''. New York: Greenwood Press, 1988, pp. 90-91, ISBN 978-0313247156. Film historian Jeanine Basinger argues that a sub-genre, the ''World War II combat film'', emerged in 1943. This sub-genre depicts military action whereas the war film genre need not portray armed combat. Basinger, Jeanine. ''World War II Combat Film: The Anatomy of a Genre''. New York: Columbia University Press, 1986, pp. 14-75, ISBN 978-0231059527. After the United States entered the war in 1941 Hollywood began to mass-produce war films. Many of the American dramatic war films in the early 1940s were designed to celebrate American unity and demonize "the enemy." One of the conventions of the genre that developed during the period was of a cross-section of the American people who come together with a common purpose for the good of the country, i.e. the need for mobilization. Hollywood films in the 1950s and 1960s were often inclined towards spectacular heroics or self-sacrifice in films like ''Sands of Iwo Jima'' (1949), ''Halls of Montezuma (Halls of Montezuma (film))'' (1950) or ''D-Day the Sixth of June'' (1956). They also tended to toward stereotyping: typically, a small group of ethnically diverse men would come together but would not be developed much beyond their ethnicity; the senior officer would often be unreasonable and unyielding; almost anyone sharing personal information - especially plans for returning home - would die shortly thereafter and anyone acting in a cowardly or unpatriotic manner would convert to heroism or die (or both, in quick succession). Twentieth-Century Fox made a succession of war films realistically filmed in black-and-white in the early 1950s that highlighted little-known aspects of World War II, among them ''The Frogmen'', ''Go For Broke! (Go for Broke! (1951 film))'', ''You're in the Navy Now'', and ''Decision Before Dawn''. After ''The NeverEnding Story (Die Unendliche Geschichte (film))'' (1984), Petersen's first full-blown Hollywood effort (although filmed at the Bavaria Film Studios complex in Germany), ''Enemy Mine (Enemy Mine (film))'' (1985), was not a critical and box office success. He finally hit his stride in 1993 with the assassination thriller ''In the Line of Fire''. Starring Clint Eastwood as an angst-ridden presidential Secret Service (United States Secret Service) guard, ''In the Line of Fire'' gave Petersen the box office clout he needed to direct another suspense thriller, ''Outbreak (Outbreak (film))'' (1995), starring Dustin Hoffman. The 1997 Petersen blockbuster, ''Air Force One (Air Force One (film))'', did very well at the box office, while getting a mix of opinions from movie critics. For both ''Air Force One'' and ''Outbreak (Outbreak (film))'' (but not for ''The Perfect Storm (The Perfect Storm (film))'') Petersen teamed up with the German cinematographer Michael Ballhaus, who has also worked frequently with director Martin Scorsese. In another project, Petersen was the executive producer for the film ''Red Corner'', starring Richard Gere. On May 26, 1929, Fox Film Corporation released ''Fox Grandeur News'' and ''Fox Movietone Follies of 1929'' in New York City in the Fox Grandeur (70 mm Grandeur film) process. Other films shot in widescreen were the musical (Musical film) ''Happy Days (Happy Days (1929 film))'' (1929) which premiered at the Roxy Theater (Roxy Theatre (New York City)), New York City, on February 13, 1930, starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell and a 12 year old Betty Grable as a chorus girl; ''Song o’ My Heart,'' a musical feature starring Irish tenor John McCormack (John McCormack (tenor)) and directed by Frank Borzage (''Seventh Heaven (Seventh Heaven (1927 film)),'' ''A Farewell to Arms''), which was shipped from the labs on March 17, 1930, but never released and may no longer survive, according to film historian Miles Kreuger (the 35mm version, however, debuted in New York on March 11, 1930); and the western (Western (genre)) ''The Big Trail'' (1930) starring John Wayne and Tyrone Power, Sr. which premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on October 2, 1930, Widescreen films in the 1920s and 1930s all of which were also made in the 70mm Fox Grandeur process. Films Mainstream Hindi films (Bollywood) are popular in Bengal, and the state is home to a thriving cinema industry (Bengali cinema), dubbed "Tollywood". Tollygunj in Kolkata is the location of numerous Bengali movie studios, and the name "Tollywood" (similar to Hollywood and Bollywood) is derived from that name. The Bengali film industry is well known for its art films, and has produced acclaimed directors like Satyajit Ray, Mrinal Sen, Tapan Sinha and Ritwik Ghatak. Prominent contemporary directors include Buddhadev Dasgupta, Goutam Ghose, Aparna Sen and Rituparno Ghosh. Within a few years this led to the distribution of pictures across a four-state area. In 1912, Harry Warner hired an auditor named Paul Ashley Chase. By the time of World War I they had begun producing films, and in 1918 the brothers opened the Warner Bros. studio on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. Sam and Jack Warner produced the pictures, while Harry and Albert Warner and their auditor and now controller Chase handled finance and distribution in New York City. It was during World War I and their first nationally syndicated film was ''My Four Years in Germany'' based on a popular book by former American Ambassador James W. Gerard. On April 4, 1923, with help from a loan given to Harry Warner by his banker Motley Flint, Cass Warner Sperling, Cork Millner, and Jack Warner (1998), ''Hollywood be thy name: the Warner Brothers story'' (Lexington, Kentucky: University Press of Kentucky), p. 77. they formally incorporated as '''Warner Brothers Pictures, Incorporated'''. However, as late as the 1960s, Warner Bros. claimed 1905 as its founding date.
Prefecture Miyagi , Japan death_date Early life Kōji Wakamatsu was born in Wakuya (Wakuya, Miyagi), Miyagi (Miyagi Prefecture), Japan on 1 April 1936. Wakamatsu worked as a construction worker before beginning his film career with Nikkatsu in 1963. DATE OF BIRTH
'''Jeremiah Hacker''' (1801-1895 ) was a reformer and journalist who lived and wrote in Portland, Maine from 1845 to 1866. Born in Brunswick, Maine to a large Quaker family, Hacker moved to Portland as a young adult where he worked as a penmanship instructor, a teacher, and a shopkeeper. Eventually he sold his shop in 1841 and took to the road as an itinerant preacher during the Second Great Awakening. He traveled through Maine, telling people to leave their churches and seek their inner light, or "that of God within." He was born in Saco, Maine and attended the Saco schools, Thornton Academy, and Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He then engaged in trade and studied law, being admitted to the bar in 1826, and practiced successfully in his native town and in Biddeford, Maine. He was appointed a trustee of Thornton Academy in 1826 and served as president of the board of trustees from 1845 to 1847. Biography Upton graduated from Phillips Academy, Andover in 1870. He studied at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, at Princeton University where he received his M.S. (Master of Science), and in Berlin, where he worked together with Hermann von Helmholtz. Bowdoin Medical School, Medical Department of Bowdoin College Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine) & Portland (Portland, Maine) 1820 '''Maine's 1st congressional district''' is a congressional district in the U.S. state of Maine. The geographically smaller of the two congressional districts in the state, the district covers the southern coastal area of the state. The district consists of all of Cumberland (Cumberland County, Maine), Knox (Knox County, Maine), Lincoln (Lincoln County, Maine), Sagadahoc (Sagadahoc County, Maine), and York (York County, Maine) counties and most of Kennebec County (Kennebec County, Maine). Located within the district are the cities of Portland (Portland, Maine), Augusta (Augusta, Maine), Brunswick (Brunswick, Maine), and Saco (Saco, Maine). '''Frances Caroline "Fanny" Chamberlain, née Adams''' (12 August 1825 – 18 October 1905) was born in the Greater Boston area. She was shuffled to different family members until she settled with Rev. George Eliashib Adams, a nephew of her father, in Brunswick, Maine as a small child. She grew up an educated and artistic girl with a talent for music and singing, which is what made her play music in the First Parish Congregationalist Church (Congregational church) (her adoptive father's church). Chabotar later served as vice president for finance and administration and treasurer at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine from 1991-02 where he was subsequently honored by the Maine Legislature on the 25th anniversary of his college teaching. Bowdoin students established the Kent John Chabotar Scholarship Fund in 2002. He received the Distinguished Alumnus Award in Education from St. Francis University in 2003, and the Academic Leadership Award from the Council of Independent Colleges in 2003.
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location London During that time, Adams turned 30 and was worried about her film career: "I thought maybe I should move to New York, maybe I should do something else. It wasn't that I was quitting or making a dramatic statement. It was more like maybe this just wasn't a good fit."
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Akashavani. In 1950’s, he got associated with the film industry. He quit his job in Akashavani and went to Chennai to start full-time film career. The lyrics for the famous theme song of malayalam channel Asianet, starting ''Shyama Sundara'' was also written by him. '''Mar Augustine Kandathil''' (Malayalam:'''കണ്ടത്തില് മാര് അഗസ്റ്റിനോസ്''' )(b. at Chempu, near Vaikom, in Kottayam (Kottayam district), Kingdom of Travancore (Travancore), 25 August 1874; d. at Ernakulam
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publisher BritMovie.co.uk date His film career started in 1942, when producers (film producer) from Ealing Studios were looking for a young Scot to act in ''The Foreman Went to France'' and he was suggested for the part. After this, he returned to his job at Rolls-Royce, but he was soon asked to do more films, and he made the decision to make acting his career. wikipedia:Worthing