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Zagreb

to Bregana. ''The Trial'' In 1962 Welles directed his adaptation of ''The Trial (The Trial (1962 film))'', based on the novel (The Trial) by Franz Kafka and produced by Alexander Salkind and Michael Salkind. The cast included Anthony Perkins as Josef K, Jeanne Moreau, Romy Schneider, Paola Mori and Akim Tamiroff. While filming exteriors in Zagreb, Welles was informed that the Salkinds had run out of money, meaning that there could be no set

construction. No stranger to shooting on found locations, Welles soon filmed the interiors in the Gare d'Orsay, at that time an abandoned railway station in Paris. Welles thought the location possessed a "Jules Verne modernism" and a melancholy sense of "waiting", both suitable for Kafka. The film failed at the box-office. Peter Bogdanovich would later observe that Welles found the film riotously funny. During the filming, Welles met Oja Kodar, who would later


Panama

suspected that he was in Australia and that he should relocate. In May 1967, the family moved to Melbourne, Victoria where he rented a house in the suburb of Blackburn North, whilst his wife Charmian and his three sons lived in Doncaster East. In Melbourne, he had a number of jobs before undertaking set construction work at the Channel 9 (Nine Network) TV studios. In October 1969, a newspaper report by a Reuters correspondent claimed that Biggs was living in Melbourne and that police were closing in on him. The story then led the 6 o'clock news at Channel 9, so Biggs fled his home, staying with family friends in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Five months later, Biggs fled on a passenger liner from the Port of Melbourne using the doctored passport of his friend. Biggs' wife and sons stayed behind in Australia. Twenty days later, the ship berthed in Panama. Biggs disembarked and within two weeks flew to Brazil. Floated high and dry in a floating drydock down the Mississippi River, among the islands and channels of which her captain had first “felt the call of the sea” as “a mere youth,” ''Lagarto'' departed New Orleans, Louisiana, on 12 November 1944, for Panama, escorted by the submarine chaser


Tokyo

that sets (Set construction) were created in Chicago, Illinois


Moscow

for some years in Moscow and Germany. In Berlin he exhibited at the seminal Van Diemen Gallery "First Exhibition of Russian Art", alongside the Constructivists El Lissitzky and Naum Gabo, which introduced Constructivism to the West. He wrote two books in Berlin, on Marc Chagall and Jewish graphic art, before he obtained an immigration visa for America in 1923. He moved to the Lower East Side in New York City and began designing sets (Set construction) and costumes for the more experimental of the city's Yiddish theatres, including the Unser Theater, the Schildkraut Theatre, and most notably Maurice Schwartz's Yiddish Art Theatre. He achieved fame in New York's Jewish community (Demographics of New York City#Jewish Community) when he designed Schwartz's 1926 revival of Abraham Goldfaden's play ''The Tenth Commandment''. Although he shunned politics, Aronson produced sets for the Communist affiliated ARTEF (Arbeiter Teater Farband, Workers' Theatre Union), such as Lag Boymer and Jim Kooperkop in 1930. However, he soon after left the Yiddish Theatre to prevent his work's "ghettoization", and debuted on Broadway, in 1932, with a revival of Vernon Duke and Yip Harburg's ''Walk a Little Faster''. During the 1930s, he worked on productions by the Group Theatre (Group Theatre (New York)), including works by Clifford Odets and Irwin Shaw. The initial building costs will be easily over $100 million, for a 60 hectare vertical farm. Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia Administrative Regions Moscow Commons:Category:Moscow Wikipedia:Moscow


Russia

painter and scene- and costume designer. He was a member of the Sergei Diaghilev circle and the Ballets Russes, for which he designed exotic, richly coloured sets (Set construction) and costumes '''Stanisław Żółkiewski''' (1547 – 1620) was a nobleman (szlachta) of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, magnate and military commander who took part in many campaigns both in the Commonwealth and on its southern and eastern border. He held a number of notable posts in the administration of the Commonwealth, including the castellan of L'viv (from 1590), voivod (Voivode) of the Kiev Voivodeship and Great Chancellor of the Crown (kanclerz) (from 1618). Following 1588 he was also a Field Crown Hetman, in 1613 promoted to Grand Hetman of the Crown. During his lifetime he won major military victories against Muscovy, the Ottoman Empire and the Tatars. He was the first Christian European invader of Russia to seize Moscow, a distinction shared only with Napoleon. In 1941, the German Wehrmacht reached the Moscow outskirts, but could not penetrate the urban core and never got so close again. '''Europe''' is traditionally reckoned as one of seven continents. Physiographically (Physical geography), however, it is the northwestern peninsula of the larger landmass known as Eurasia (or Afro-Eurasia): Asia occupies the eastern bulk of this continuous landmass (save the Suez Canal separating Asia and Africa) and all share a common continental shelf. Europe's eastern frontier (Borders of the continents#Asia and Europe) is delineated by the Ural Mountains in Russia. The south-east boundary with Asia is not universally defined. Most commonly the Ural (Ural River) or, alternatively, the Emba River serve as possible boundaries. The boundary continues to the Caspian Sea, the crest of the Caucasus Mountains or, alternatively, the Kura River in the Caucasus, and on to the Black Sea; the Bosporus, the Sea of Marmara, and the Dardanelles conclude the Asian boundary. The Mediterranean Sea to the south separates Europe from Africa. The western boundary is the Atlantic Ocean; Iceland, though on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and nearer to Greenland (North America) than mainland Europe, is generally included in Europe for cultural reasons. There is ongoing debate on where the geographical centre of Europe is. - Eurasia Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, Greece (some Aegean islands) - - 14 Russia (Including Kaliningrad) - '''Norilsk''' ( Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


Germany

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India

to play even after being shot dozens of times, and he does not stop even after the director (Herbert Ellis) yells cut. Bakshi continues to hamper the filming, until he accidentally blows up an enormous set (Set construction), a fort rigged with explosives for an upcoming scene depicting its attack. The director fires Bakshi immediately and calls the studio head, General Fred Clutterbuck (J. Edward McKinley), about the mishap. Clutterbuck writes down Bakshi's name in order to blacklist him, but he inadvertently writes Bakshi's name on the guest list of his upcoming dinner party. ''The Party'' was the only non-Pink Panther collaboration between Sellers and Edwards. Producer Walter Mirisch knew that Sellers and Edwards were considered liabilities; in his autobiography, Mirisch wrote, "Blake had achieved a reputation as a very expensive director, particularly after ''The Great Race''." Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


Japan

on Dread Central with Amber Tamblyn, it was reported that sets (Set construction) were created in Chicago, Illinois


Australia

Since that time, while many are often absent working in industries such as Torres Strait Islander fisheries (pearling industry, crayfishing, etc.) or have moved to Badu Island, Thursday Island, or mainland Australia, some (now estimated at approximately 250) have continued and continuously held on to their traditional tenure ("native title") occupying, using, and enjoying the island and its surrounds in a manner prescribed by traditional law and custom. Mabuiag People v State of Queensland 2000(( FCA 1065 (6 July 2000)) thumb Sir Alan Cobham, at Hanworth Air Park (File:Alan-Cobham0344.jpg), 12 April 1932 A member of the Royal Flying Corps in World War I, Alan Cobham became famous as a pioneer of long distance aviation. After the war he became a test pilot for the de Havilland aircraft company, and was the first pilot for the newly formed de Havilland Aeroplane Hire Service. In 1921 he made a 5,000 mile air tour of Europe, visiting 17 cities in 3 weeks. In 1928 he flew a Short Singapore flying boat around the continent of Africa landing only in British territory. In August 1926, he flew from Britain to Australia where 60,000 people swarmed across the grassy fields of Essendon Airport, Melbourne when he landed his DH.50 (de Havilland DH.50) float plane (it had been converted to a wheeled undercarriage earlier, at Darwin (Darwin, Northern Territory) Wonders of World Aviation, Vol 10, 1938 ). The return flight was undertaken over the same route. He was knighted the same year. This is a '''list of island countries (Island country)'''. An island is a land


France

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