work on cinema and started to adapt a work on Falstaff which he hoped to film with Raimu. A movement away from Hollywood productions in the 1950s turned cinema into a more artistic independent (independent films) endeavor. It was the creation of the auteur theory, which asserted film as the director's vision and art, that prompted film studies to become truly considered academically worldwide in the 1960s. In 1965, film critic Robin Wood (Robin Wood (critic)), in his
music strip in the burgeoning San Fernando Valley. Ash was a regular there for the five years Lamare ran the club, and it led to his initial sessions with Clive Acker's Jump Records as a soloist in late 1947 and with Rosy McHargue's Memphis Five. With a national musician's strike against the record companies looming in 1948, recording studios were very crowded in November and December 1947 trying to get in last minute sessions, and Marvin was kept busy during that two month period. His work with McHargue also resulted in sessions with Lamare and others at Capitol Records (both companies used Radio Recorders, the best Hollywood studio at that time), recording as Nappy Lamare's Levee Loungers and Marvin Ash and his Mason Dixon Music. He also kept regular broadcast performance stints on radio at KRKD (KTLK (AM)) and Television on KHJ-TV (KCAL-TV), as well as the aptly named Hangover Club in Hollywood. Music The music score, by Alex North, was a radical departure from the major trend in Hollywood at that time, which was action-based and overly manipulative. Instead of composing in the traditional leitmotif style, North wrote short sets of music that reflected the psychological dynamics of the characters. For his work on the film, North was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Music Score, one of two nominations in that category that year. He also was nominated for his music score for the film version of another play, ''Death of a Salesman'', which also was composed with his unique technique. However, he lost to Franz Waxman's score for ''A Place in the Sun (A Place in the Sun (film))''. In film André Bazin, Alexandre Astruc and François Truffaut advocated the ''auteur theory'': the director is the primary author of the film. They hated the Hollywood studio system, applauding the independent United States film movement of the late 1960s to early 1980s known as New Hollywood. This movement started to wane in the late 1970s following the commercial success of Steven Spielberg's ''Jaws (Jaws (Film))'' and George Lucas's ''Star Wars (Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope)''. The more commercial Hollywood sensibilities heralded by Spielberg and Lucas resulted in films typically undergoing multiple rewrites by plural authors, and sometimes changes in director (director (film)), during the production process. The film discusses disparities the filmmaker sees in ratings and feedback: between Hollywood and independent films, between homosexual and heterosexual sexual situations, between male and female sexual depictions, and between violence and sexual content. '''''The Man Who Loved Women''''' (
, widely recognized at the time as two of the top soul and pop performers, respectively. ''Diana & Marvin'' became a multi-chart success but it did not equal the sales of the two singers' previous efforts, even though it managed to sell near a million copies worldwide. The album was remastered and re-released on compact disc with four bonus tracks on February 6, 2001. allmusic - Diana & Marvin album page
include live TV shows, movies, dramas, etc. Also available are some specialty channels covering sports, news, game shows, entertainment programs and more. Most programs are available in Mandarin (Mandarin Chinese), Cantonese (Yue Chinese) or Korean (Korean language). There are also an increasing number of programs in English, such as Hollywood blockbuster (Blockbuster (entertainment)) movies and popular American or Korean TV shows. All of these English-speaking shows are Subtitles
10 October 1995 Recorded Ocean Way Recording and Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California Genre Rock (Rock music) '''''Cheyenne''''' is a western (Western (genre)) television series of 108 black-and-white episodes broadcast on ABC (American Broadcasting Company) (American Broadcasting Company) from 1955 to 1963. The show was the first hour-long western, and in fact the first hour-long dramatic series of any kind, with continuing characters, to last more than one season. It was also the first series to be made by a major Hollywood film studio which did not derive from its established film properties, Trivia about ''Cheyenne'' at IMDB and the first of a long chain of Warner Brothers original series produced by William T. Orr. '''Nina Mae McKinney''' (June 13, 1912 – May 3, 1967) was an American (United States) actress who worked internationally in theatre, film and television after getting her start on Broadway (Broadway theatre) and in Hollywood. Dubbed "The Black Garbo (Greta Garbo)" in Europe,
. Even more prevalent than Asian food is Mexican and other Hispanic cuisines. Life and career Kaye was born in Everett, Washington to professional musicians Clyde and Dot Smith. She grew up in poverty near the Port of Los Angeles and in 1949 at the age of fourteen began teaching guitar professionally. Carol Kaye official website Biography, retrieved 29 Nov 2007 Throughout the 1950s, Kaye played bebop jazz
. Unfortunately, ''Miss Suwanna'' has been lost over the years. Kong Rithdee, Historical inspiration Thai film foundation Delgado and O'Brien worked together for many years and soon became one of the most respected special effects crews in Hollywood. Their most famous and groundbreaking collaboration was the original ''King Kong'' (King Kong (1933 film)), released in 1933. They refined these techniques in 1949's ''Mighty Joe Young (Mighty Joe Young (1949 film))'', which garnered an Academy Award for special effects (awarded to O'Brien). After years of highly acclaimed work in Europe, she first received widespread notice in America (United States) when she played the role of Allegra, wife of the Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi (Pazzi#In_fiction) in the Hollywood blockbuster (Blockbuster (entertainment)), ''Hannibal (Hannibal (movie))'' in 2001. In 2002, she played Colombian wife of Claudio Perrini, and co-starred alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in ''Collateral Damage (Collateral Damage (film))''. Specialised programming includes cult, Hollywood, comedy, B-Movie classics, modern thrillers, series (television program), home-produced specials, biographies and documentaries. Since takeover they’ve revamped the daytime schedule to include more series and introduced some slightly better known films and directors to prime whilst retaining the cult look and feel of the channel.
authorlink coauthors title E.Y. (Yip) Harburg, Lyricist, 84, Dies. Did 'Wizard of Oz,' 'Finian's Rainbow. url quote E.Y. (Yip) Harburg, 84, the lyricist who wrote the words to such classic songs as "April in Paris," "It's Only a Paper Moon" and the "Wizard of Oz" song "Over the Rainbow," died Thursday in an automobile accident on Sunset Boulevard. publisher Washington Post date March 7, 1981 accessdate 2008-06-18 ref>
) Malso , Ink & Dagger, The Icarus Line, Burning Brides, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Your Enemies Friends, The Mean Reds, 400 Blows (400 Blows (Los Angeles band)), TEXT (ex-Refused), At the Drive-In, Murder City Devils, Modwheelmood, Wires On Fire and Radio Vago. Sale had a career in Hollywood, appearing in various comic roles until his death from pneumonia in 1936. In contrast to his comic roles, one of his loftier appearances came as President Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) in 1935. ''The Perfect Tribute''
contains exclusively sacred music (Religious music), was released worldwide on 8 November, and two weeks later reached first place in the US Classic Billboard charts (Billboard charts) -- making Bocelli the first vocalist to hold all top three places on the chart, with ''Aria, the opera album'' in second place, and ''Viaggio Italiano'' in third place. The album also included the hymn of the Holy Year 2000 which was chosen as the official version by the Vatican in October. ref name "
'''Hollywood''' is a district in the central (Central Los Angeles) region of Los Angeles, California, in the United States.
It is notable for its place as the home of the entertainment industry, including several of its historic studios. Its name has come to be a metonym (metonymy) for the motion picture industry of the United States (Cinema of the United States). Hollywood is also a highly ethnically diverse, densely populated, economically diverse neighborhood and retail business district.
Hollywood was a small community in 1870 and was incorporated as a municipality in 1903.