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Sturmabteilung

of Nazi (Nazism) Brownshirts (Sturmabteilung) because of his Jewish ancestry, and he decided to leave Germany for his native Austria, where he continued to sing at the Vienna State Opera right up to the Anschluss in March 1938. In the mid-1930s, he made several musical films in England, and at the premiere of her film ''Mimi'' in April 1935, he met the English actress Diana Napier (1905–1982); they were married on 20 June 1936. Napier appeared in three of his British films: '' Heart's


Hollywood

of film sound; Hollywood released more than 100 musical films in 1930, but only 14 in 1931. "History of Musical Film, 1930s: Part I: 'Hip, Hooray and Ballyhoo'". Musicals101.com, 2003, accessed May 17, 2010 Warner Bros. bought out Kern's contract, and he returned to the stage. He collaborated with Harbach on the Broadway musical ''The Cat and the Fiddle (The Cat and the Fiddle (musical))'' (1931

;Richardson, p.163 he confesses that he did not share the general admiration of Haskell Wexler, who did double duty on the picture as producer and director of photography. While being known for his dramatic roles, Finney appeared and sang in two musical films: ''Scrooge (Scrooge (1970 film))'' and the Hollywood film version of ''Annie (Annie (musical))'', which was directed by John Huston, who would direct him once again in ''Under The Volcano'' two years later. He

name was released in 1951, shifting the action from Berlin to Los Angeles. The remake was directed by Joseph Losey and starred David Wayne in Lorre's role. Between 1944 and 1952, Melchior performed in 5 Hollywood musical films for MGM and Paramount Pictures and made numerous US television appearances. In 1947, he put his hand and footprints in cement in the forecourt of Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. From 1946-1949 Melchior went on a world tour


Coventry

to the USA in 1921 and went on to a successful career on the Broadway stage. He appeared in two musical films and played non-singing roles in two other motion pictures. He also played several roles on television. He died in New York City. right thumb Whitley Common is a formal park with a large expanse of grassland. (Image:Whitley common 19o06.jpg) '''Whitley''' is a suburb of southern Coventry in the West Midlands (West Midlands (county)) of England. In June, 1646 the town


White House

at the White House. She performed in two musical films released in 1933: ''Flying Down to Rio'' (singing "The Carioca (Carioca (song))") and a more substantial role as a war widow in the Busby Berkeley musical ''Gold Diggers of 1933'' (singing "My Forgotten Man" with Joan Blondell). The first job awaiting Administrator Larson and the newly formed GSA was a complete renovation of the White House. The structure had fallen into such a state of disrepair by 1949 that one inspector of the time said the historic structure was standing “purely from habit.” Larson later explained the in depth nature of the total renovation by saying, “In order to make the White House structurally sound, it was necessary to completely dismantle, and I mean completely dismantle, everything from the White House except the four walls, which were constructed of stone. Everything, except the four walls without a roof, was finally stripped down, and that's where the work started.” GSA worked closely with President Truman and First Lady Bess Truman to ensure that the new agency's first major project was a success. GSA completed the renovation in 1952. GSA - GSA Assists in Coordinated Effort To Transform White House Press Briefing Room Its headquarters, located at Eighteenth and F Sts. NW, is in the historic U.S. General Services Administration Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 as Interior Department Offices. WikiPedia:White House, Tennessee Dmoz:Regional North_America United_States Tennessee Localities W White_House


Philadelphia

WFIL-TV Channel 6 (now WPVI-TV), as a replacement for a weekday movie that had shown predominantly British movies. Hosted by Bob Horn (Bob Horn (broadcaster)) as a television adjunct to his radio show of the same name on WFIL radio, ''Bandstand'' mainly featured short musical films produced by Snader Telescriptions and Official Films, with occasional studio guests. This incarnation was an early predecessor of sorts of the music video shows that became popular in the 1980s, featuring films that are themselves the ancestors of music videos. Proposed alternatives San Francisco (San Francisco, California), Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, Chopmist Hill Area of Scituate, Rhode Island and even the Black Hills of South Dakota and Bald Head Island in North Carolina


United States

: The Stage Musical. '' '''The Sherman Brothers''' were an American (United States) songwriting (songwriter) duo that specialized in musical films, made up of Robert B. Sherman (December 19, 1925 – March 6, 2012) and Richard M. Sherman (born June 12, 1928). In North America, aluminium foil is known as '''aluminum foil'''. It is also sometimes called '''Reynolds wrap''' after Reynolds Metals, the leading manufacturer in North America. In the United Kingdom

-songwriter-robert-b-sherman-dead-86-3388 title Disney songwriter Robert B. Sherman dead at 86 first Ethan last Minovitz publisher Big Cartoon News date 06 March 2012 accessdate 06 March 2012 ) was an American (United States) songwriter who specialized in musical films with his brother Richard Morton Sherman (Richard M. Sherman). Some of the Sherman Brothers' best known songs were incorporated into movies and animations like '' Mary Poppins (film) Mary Poppins

is best remembered today for appearing in two classic Hollywood musical films with popular dancing team of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, ''The Gay Divorcee'' (1934) and ''Top Hat'' (1935). '''''Alfred Chicken''''' is an action-adventure game originally created by Twilight (Twilight (game developer)). It was released in the United Kingdom in February 1993 for the Amiga, Amiga CD32, Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy. It was released


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