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- Tom Cruise is a fine actor and this movie shows off his ability to be an unlikeable, but understandable protagonist.
- Tom Cruise is an idiot.
- Tom Cruise is one of the most successful, critically acclaimed and sought after movie stars in the world.
- Tom Cruise is the leading pole.
- Stanley Kramer died on February 19th, 2001 in Los Angeles after suffering from pneumonia.
- In 1953 the president of Columbia, Harry Cohn and Stanley Kramer agreed to terminate the five year contract Kramer had made to Columbia.
- Stanley Kramer posters, filmography, news, and forum.
- Stanley Kubrick was born Jewish, but never much practiced this religion, as his parents were not very religious either.
- Stanley Kubrick was born in New York, and was considered intelligent despite poor grades at school.
- Stanley Kubrick was one of the great film directors of our time kubrick.
- Stanley Kubrick was raised in the Bronx, New York City as the first child of a wealthy family.
- Stanley Kubrick: The Master Filmmaker - Provides basic as well as uncommon knowledge about the life and work of the cinema genius.
- Pasternak is a seductive performer, alternately purring like a hurt kitten and ranting at personal injustice with trumpet-like blasts of soprano vocals.
- Pasternak is the father of Michael Joseph Pasternak, the 1960's Radio Disk jockey known as Emperor Rosko.
- Pasternak was rehabilitated posthumously in 1987, which made possible the publication of his major work.
- Pasternak was the missing link between Neil Young-by-way-of-Nirvana grunge and Bonnie Raitt-like blues mama.
- Osborne was married five times.
- Osborne: The now movie is in the best state of the three of them, when comparing all three at this same time before release.
- Kramer was able to negotiate a deal with the Navy, attempting to make the film as accurate and fair as possible.
- Kramer was born in New York City in 1913 and grew up in Manhattan's tough Hell's Kitchen neighbourhood.
- Kramer was given free reign of what films he chose to make, along with a budget that topped at 980,000 dollars.
- Kramer was given free rein over what films he chose to make, along with a budget that topped at 980,000 dollars.
- Kramer was nominated as best director three times, and in 1962 was presented the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award for outstanding work.
- John Carpenter is certainly the most overrated fan director of all time.
- John Carpenter was even on hand to sign game material and judge for himself that justice has been done to his original creation.
- John Carpenter was not involved in the making of these films.
- John Carpenter was quite intimidated by Donald Pleasence, of whom he was a big fan and who was easily the oldest and most experienced person on set.
- John Carpenter was to play no further part in the series, other than supplying the original Halloween theme music.
- Johnny Depp is a Hollywood insider, billionaire-actor, but he still seems like a decent guy.
- Johnny Depp is a fan.
- Johnny Depp is a very handsome man.
- Johnny Depp is an advocate of children and children-s causes.
- Johnny Depp is to be presented with the freedom of Paris.
- Begelman was blacklisted from the movie production industry for two years, which he spent producing documentaries.
- Begelman was found shot to death in a Los Angeles Century Plaza Hotel room in 1995, aged 73.
- Producer Barry Osborne indicates the final budget for the trilogy stands at $270 million.
- Producer Barry Osborne pointed out that by shooting in New Zealand, LORD OF THE RINGS practically tripled its budget.
- The suspect, an eighteen-year-old student called Barry Osborne shares the car with Marker and Broome.
- De neef van Albert Broccoli, Pat DiCicco gaf hem de bijnaam "Cubby" naar een karakter uit een stripverhaal met als naam Kabibble.
- Terwijl de Bond films het enige belang zijn voor Albert Broccoli, gaan de gedachten van Harry Saltzman een andere richting uit.
- UA was to remain a silent partner, putting up money, while Albert Broccoli took producer credit.
- Allan Dwan is one of the directors that spanned the silent to sound era.
- Allan Dwan was a filmmaker whose career almost outlasted his reputation.
- Allan Dwan was a pioneer among pioneers.
- Angelina Jolie - A fansite with pictures, news, information, fan club, chatroom, and contact information.
- Angelina Jolie is a single mother now.
- Angelina Jolie is a stupid do-gooder, says Graham Norton.
- Angelina Jolie is the movie.
- Angelina Jolie was named "Actress you either want to be or be with, " pulling in a massive 76 per cent of the vote.
- Animation is the illusion of motion created by the consecutive display of images of static elements.
- The animation was getting better , the gags increased but the live-action sequences were becoming less important and the scenarios tended to be repetitive.
- The animation was so smooth and the graphics so breathtaking it expanded the use of the c.g.i.
- The answer is for audiences to be more aware of what's happening.
- The answer is the free use of 'atmosphere' (ie.
- The answer was simple.
- The answer was: anything original.
- It was producer Arthur Freed's pleading with Mayer that got the song put back into the film.
- Thalberg hired composers Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed to compose the film's score, the first to be conceived and written especially for the screen.
- MGM executive Arthur Freed wanted Fields, and offered him $75,000.
- Aubrey is a bluff man of action, a gifted tactician, courageous, and blessed by the gods of war, which has earned him the sobriquet "Lucky" Jack.
- Aubrey is a little limited.
- Aubrey was "6-foot 2-inch with an incandescent smile" with "unrevealing polar blue eyes" said The New York Times Magazine in 1964.
- Aubrey was a controlling man and a workaholic, putting in twelve-hour days six days a week.
- Aubrey was criticized for these actions.
- By 1916, Balshofer had left Kessel's operation to become president and general manager of the Yorke-Metro studios at 1329 Gordon St. in Hollywood.
- Fred J. Balshofer ( November 2, 1877 - June 21, 1969) was an American pioneer silent film director, producer, screenwriter, and cinematographer.
- Barbara Broccoli is the head of development for the Cubby Broccoli company Danjaq, Inc.
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- Berfield is also the owner of a silver Mercedes C320 Sedan and a black BMW X5.
- Berfield was born in Los Angeles County, California, USA. He is the younger brother of lesser-known actor Lorne Berfield.
- Bernstein was born and raised in Chicago.
- Bernstein was surprised and delighted when a birthday cake was wheeled out in his honor and a rousing chorus of Happy Birthday greeted him.
- Bernstein was then tapped to create jazz scores for other films such as The Sweet Smell of Success and the Academy Award--nominated Walk on the Wild Side.
- As of this writing, Betty Thomas' biggest directorial success has been the 1995 box office bonanza The Brady Bunch Movie.
- The film, about drug and alcohol rehab, was directed by Betty Thomas and starred Sandra Bullock.
- In I Spy, director Betty Thomas deftly blends elements of hilarious comedy and high adventure.
- Bill Walsh is the author of Lapsing into a Comma, talked about here on 25 March last year.
- Bill Walsh was also the author of two books, a motivational speaker, and taught classes at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
- Biography: Born Phyllis Isley on March the 2nd, 1919, Ms. Jones was born to be a star.
- Biography: Born Virginia Katherine McMath in 1911-s Missouri, she moved still as a toddler to Texas because her father had found a job there.
- BONNIE CURTIS: But I said to Mike that I really want to do independent film.
- Producer BONNIE CURTIS continues a long business relationship with Steven Spielberg that began when she was hired as his assistant in 1990.
- Bonnie Curtis, a film producer whose credits include "Minority Report" and "A.I.Artificial Intelligence," was in the novice camp.
- Bruce Smith is a consummate musician.
- Bruce Smith is a graduate of Queens College, Queens, New York where he was a communications major.
- CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disney's.
- CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disneys.
- CalArts is one of the largestindependent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disney's.
- Carl Foreman was among those whose careers were damaged during this zealous hunt for reds under the bed.
- Carl Foreman was born in Chicago on 23rd July, 1914.
- Carl Foreman was the screenwriter of High Noon, a film that is seen as an allegory for McCarthyism.
- Carl Foreman was typical of the 500 or so victims of the Hollywood blacklist.
- The founder of Universal, Carl Laemmle, was a German Jewish immigrant who settled in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where he managed a clothing store.
- The main character in the 1949 novel The Dream Merchants by Harold Robbins, a former Universal Studios employee, is based upon Carl Laemmle.
- Thalberg began his film career at Universal Studios, as the personal secretary to Carl Laemmle.
- Cartoons are born.
- Cartoons were more pleasing to the eye.
- Cartoons were not exempt from this code.
- Castle was a school-buddy of John Carpenter and was thought of by Carpenter because he was tall and had what Carpenter considered an interesting walk.
- Castle was married to the nephew of Carl Laemmle, the head of Universal.
- Charles Brackett ( November 26, 1892 - March 9, 1969) was an accomplished movie screenwriter and movie producer.
- Five Graves to Cairo (1943)Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett wrote the screenplay for this North African wartime intrigue drama; Wilder also directed.
- Greeted at the front door by a servant, Miller and Kazan entered the home of Charles Feldman, a prominent Hollywood agent and independent film producer.
- When Stark moved to Hollywood, he joined Charles Feldman's agency, Famous Artists, learning the business of making movie deals.
- Charles Mintz wasn't idle either.
- Charles Mintz's own employer Carl Laemmle, the head of Universal Studios was interested in a new animated series starring a rabbit.
- In Hollywood Walt found the interested distributors he was looking for, Margaret Winkler and her fiancee (and soon husband), Charles Mintz.
- From 1898 American producer Charles Urban expanded the London-based Warwick Trading Company to produce British films, mostly documentary and news.
- Rosenthal returned to the warfront in 1904 when he covered the Japanese side of the Russo-Japanese War for the Charles Urban Trading Company.
- Undertook some filming for Charles Urban's Warwick Trading Company, including the arrival of British troops in Cape Town.
- X-Files director, creator, writer and actor Chris Carter is godfather to her child.
- Chris Carter sah sofort, dass sie die ideale Besetzung fuer diese Rolle sei, obgleich sie wenig Filmerfahrung vorzuweisen hatte.
- Und trotz aller Zweifel hat es Chris Carter, der Schoepfer der Serie, geschafft, die Magie und Mystik auch auf dieses Medium zu uebertragen.
- Chris Moore is a film producer whose movies include the American Pie trilogy and Good Will Hunting.
- Chris Moore is a really nice guy.
- Cohan is probably the most honored American entertainer.
- Cohan was the pioneer of the musical theater libretto.
- Content: A wonderous tale of a child .
- Content: An asteroid the size of Texas is heading directly toward Earth at 22,000 mph.
- Content: An unknown and lethal virus has wiped out five billion people in 1996.
- Content: The Galaxy's ultimate future is in the hands of James Kir, Mr. Spock and the indomitable crew of the Enterprise.
- Content: The city of the apes was a quiet, peaceful city and was ruled by apes and served by men.
- The film was directed by Cy Endfield and starred Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins and Michael Caine (in his first starring role).
- Zulu is the greatest achievement of the career of British actor Stanley Baker, who co-produced with US-born, formerly blacklisted director Cy Endfield.
- Damon Dash is a big time music producer.
- Damon Dash is a famous hip-hop producer affiliated with Roc-A-Fella Records.
- Damon Dash is a force of nature in the entertainment world.
- Though Marilyn was under contract to Twentieth, Darryl Zanuck, who loathed her, was unlikely to pick up her option in May.
- In 1935, Lasky was again the odd man out after Fox merged with Twentieth Century Pictures, headed by mogul Darryl Zanuck.
- Schenck had been board chairman at United Artists in the 1920s and had founded Twentieth Century with Darryl Zanuck in the thirties.
- Dave Fleischer was notable during the brothers' early days as the rotoscope model for their first character, Koko the Clown.
- David Ball is a 1987 graduate of The Westminster Schools (high school).
- David Ball is a British musician who was part of the Synth-Duo, Soft Cell, formed in Leeds in 1980, with vocalist Mark Almond.
- David Ball is a singer's singer, and he's been around.
- David Ball was born into a musical family headed by his Baptist preacher father.
- The name "David Ball" would be a household name and the album would be at the top of the charts with a Grammy Award for best Country Album.
- His right-hand man, David Begelman, head of the Columbia studio, wasn't doing too badly either.
- David Begelman ( August 26, 1921 --- August 7, 1995) was an American Hollywood producer who was involved in a studio embezzlement scandal in the 1970's.
- In 1995, David Begelman was found shot dead in a Los Angeles Century Plaza Hotel room, at the age of 73.
* David Brown
* David Horsley
* David Susskind
* Davis Guggenheim
* Debra Hill
* Dick Lundy
* Don Simpson
* Dore Schary
* Drew Barrymore
* Frank Darabont
* Frank Marshall
* Fred Niblo
* Fred Quimby
* Gary Morton
* Gene Deitch
* George Lucas
* Hal Roach
* Harvey Weinstein
* Harve Bennett
* Herbert Ross
* High Noon
* Howard Hughes
* Hughes Brothers
* Jack Abramoff
* Jack Webb
* Jacob Vargas
* James Schamus
* Jay Roach
* Jeffrey Katzenberg
* Jerry Bruckheimer
* Jesse Lasky
* Jim Abrahams
* Jim Henson
* Joel Schumacher
* Joel Silver
* John Davis
* John Landis
* John Stahl
* Jonathan Demme
* Jon Peters
* Joseph Mankiewicz
* Julia Phillips
* Justin Berfield
* Kathleen Kennedy
* Lawrence Bender
* Lawrence Kasdan
* Lawrence Lasker
* Leonard Katzman
* Margaret Winkler
* Marshall Neilan
* Martin Ransohoff
* Mervyn Leroy
* Michael Mann
* Michael Wilson
* Mickey Mouse
* Mike Todd
* Mitch Davis
* Nicolas Cage
* Nikki Reed
* Nora Ephron
* Nunnally Johnson
* Phil Tippett
* Ralph Nelson
* Ralph Winter
* Richard Brooks
* Richard Donner
* Richard Maibaum
* Richard Zanuck
* Rob Reiner
* Roger Corman
* Rory Kennedy
* Sam Jaffe
* Sam Raimi
* Sam Spiegel
* Scott Mosier
* Sean Astin
* Shamus Culhane
* Sherry Lansing
* Sidney Olcott
* Snoop Dogg
* Spike Jonze
* Spike Lee
* Steven Spielberg
* Steven Zaillian
* Stuart Blackton
* Ted Demme
* Terrence Malick
* Tiffani Thiessen
* Vince Vaughn
* Walter Wanger
* Walt Disney
* Wes Craven
* Zach Braff
* Zalman King
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