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Tom Cruise

  1. Tom Cruise is a fine actor and this movie shows off his ability to be an unlikeable, but understandable protagonist.
  2. Tom Cruise is an idiot.
  3. Tom Cruise is one of the most successful, critically acclaimed and sought after movie stars in the world. (Web site)
  4. Tom Cruise is the leading pole.

Stanley Kramer

  1. Stanley Kramer died on February 19th, 2001 in Los Angeles after suffering from pneumonia.
  2. In 1953 the president of Columbia, Harry Cohn and Stanley Kramer agreed to terminate the five year contract Kramer had made to Columbia.
  3. Stanley Kramer posters, filmography, news, and forum.

Stanley Kubrick

  1. Stanley Kubrick was born Jewish, but never much practiced this religion, as his parents were not very religious either.
  2. Stanley Kubrick was born in New York, and was considered intelligent despite poor grades at school. (Web site)
  3. Stanley Kubrick was one of the great film directors of our time kubrick.
  4. Stanley Kubrick was raised in the Bronx, New York City as the first child of a wealthy family. (Web site)
  5. Stanley Kubrick: The Master Filmmaker - Provides basic as well as uncommon knowledge about the life and work of the cinema genius.


  1. Pasternak is a seductive performer, alternately purring like a hurt kitten and ranting at personal injustice with trumpet-like blasts of soprano vocals. (Web site)
  2. Pasternak is the father of Michael Joseph Pasternak, the 1960's Radio Disk jockey known as Emperor Rosko.
  3. Pasternak was rehabilitated posthumously in 1987, which made possible the publication of his major work. (Web site)
  4. Pasternak was the missing link between Neil Young-by-way-of-Nirvana grunge and Bonnie Raitt-like blues mama. (Web site)


  1. Osborne was married five times. (Web site)
  2. Osborne: The now movie is in the best state of the three of them, when comparing all three at this same time before release. (Web site)


  1. Kramer was able to negotiate a deal with the Navy, attempting to make the film as accurate and fair as possible.
  2. Kramer was born in New York City in 1913 and grew up in Manhattan's tough Hell's Kitchen neighbourhood. (Web site)
  3. Kramer was given free reign of what films he chose to make, along with a budget that topped at 980,000 dollars.
  4. Kramer was given free rein over what films he chose to make, along with a budget that topped at 980,000 dollars. (Web site)
  5. Kramer was nominated as best director three times, and in 1962 was presented the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award for outstanding work. (Web site)

John Carpenter

  1. John Carpenter is certainly the most overrated fan director of all time.
  2. John Carpenter was even on hand to sign game material and judge for himself that justice has been done to his original creation.
  3. John Carpenter was not involved in the making of these films.
  4. 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.
  5. John Carpenter was to play no further part in the series, other than supplying the original Halloween theme music. (Web site)

Johnny Depp

  1. Johnny Depp is a Hollywood insider, billionaire-actor, but he still seems like a decent guy.
  2. Johnny Depp is a fan. (Web site)
  3. Johnny Depp is a very handsome man.
  4. Johnny Depp is an advocate of children and children-s causes.
  5. Johnny Depp is to be presented with the freedom of Paris. (Web site)


  1. Begelman was blacklisted from the movie production industry for two years, which he spent producing documentaries.
  2. Begelman was found shot to death in a Los Angeles Century Plaza Hotel room in 1995, aged 73. (Web site)

Barry Osborne

  1. Producer Barry Osborne indicates the final budget for the trilogy stands at $270 million.
  2. Producer Barry Osborne pointed out that by shooting in New Zealand, LORD OF THE RINGS practically tripled its budget.
  3. The suspect, an eighteen-year-old student called Barry Osborne shares the car with Marker and Broome. (Web site)

Albert Broccoli

  1. De neef van Albert Broccoli, Pat DiCicco gaf hem de bijnaam "Cubby" naar een karakter uit een stripverhaal met als naam Kabibble.
  2. Terwijl de Bond films het enige belang zijn voor Albert Broccoli, gaan de gedachten van Harry Saltzman een andere richting uit.
  3. UA was to remain a silent partner, putting up money, while Albert Broccoli took producer credit. (Web site)

Allan Dwan

  1. Allan Dwan is one of the directors that spanned the silent to sound era.
  2. Allan Dwan was a filmmaker whose career almost outlasted his reputation. (Web site)
  3. Allan Dwan was a pioneer among pioneers.

Angelina Jolie

  1. Angelina Jolie - A fansite with pictures, news, information, fan club, chatroom, and contact information.
  2. Angelina Jolie is a single mother now. (Web site)
  3. Angelina Jolie is a stupid do-gooder, says Graham Norton.
  4. Angelina Jolie is the movie.
  5. Angelina Jolie was named "Actress you either want to be or be with, " pulling in a massive 76 per cent of the vote.


  1. Animation is the illusion of motion created by the consecutive display of images of static elements. (Web site)
  2. The animation was getting better , the gags increased but the live-action sequences were becoming less important and the scenarios tended to be repetitive. (Web site)
  3. The animation was so smooth and the graphics so breathtaking it expanded the use of the c.g.i.


  1. The answer is for audiences to be more aware of what's happening.
  2. The answer is the free use of 'atmosphere' (ie. (Web site)
  3. The answer was simple. (Web site)
  4. The answer was: anything original.

Arthur Freed

  1. It was producer Arthur Freed's pleading with Mayer that got the song put back into the film.
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. MGM executive Arthur Freed wanted Fields, and offered him $75,000. (Web site)


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. Aubrey is a little limited.
  3. Aubrey was "6-foot 2-inch with an incandescent smile" with "unrevealing polar blue eyes" said The New York Times Magazine in 1964. (Web site)
  4. Aubrey was a controlling man and a workaholic, putting in twelve-hour days six days a week. (Web site)
  5. Aubrey was criticized for these actions. (Web site)


  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. Fred J. Balshofer ( November 2, 1877 - June 21, 1969) was an American pioneer silent film director, producer, screenwriter, and cinematographer. (Web site)

Barbara Broccoli

  1. Barbara Broccoli is the head of development for the Cubby Broccoli company Danjaq, Inc. (Web site)

Barrymore Drew

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  1. Berfield is also the owner of a silver Mercedes C320 Sedan and a black BMW X5. (Web site)
  2. Berfield was born in Los Angeles County, California, USA. He is the younger brother of lesser-known actor Lorne Berfield.


  1. Bernstein was born and raised in Chicago. (Web site)
  2. Bernstein was surprised and delighted when a birthday cake was wheeled out in his honor and a rousing chorus of Happy Birthday greeted him. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Betty Thomas

  1. As of this writing, Betty Thomas' biggest directorial success has been the 1995 box office bonanza The Brady Bunch Movie. (Web site)
  2. The film, about drug and alcohol rehab, was directed by Betty Thomas and starred Sandra Bullock.
  3. In I Spy, director Betty Thomas deftly blends elements of hilarious comedy and high adventure. (Web site)

Bill Walsh

  1. Bill Walsh is the author of Lapsing into a Comma, talked about here on 25 March last year. (Web site)
  2. Bill Walsh was also the author of two books, a motivational speaker, and taught classes at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.


  1. Biography: Born Phyllis Isley on March the 2nd, 1919, Ms. Jones was born to be a star.
  2. 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

  1. BONNIE CURTIS: But I said to Mike that I really want to do independent film.
  2. Producer BONNIE CURTIS continues a long business relationship with Steven Spielberg that began when she was hired as his assistant in 1990.
  3. Bonnie Curtis, a film producer whose credits include "Minority Report" and "A.I.Artificial Intelligence," was in the novice camp.

Bruce Smith

  1. Bruce Smith is a consummate musician.
  2. Bruce Smith is a graduate of Queens College, Queens, New York where he was a communications major.


  1. CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disney's.
  2. CalArts is one of the largest independent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disneys.
  3. CalArts is one of the largestindependent universities in California today, mostly because of the contributions of the Disney's.

Carl Foreman

  1. Carl Foreman was among those whose careers were damaged during this zealous hunt for reds under the bed. (Web site)
  2. Carl Foreman was born in Chicago on 23rd July, 1914. (Web site)
  3. Carl Foreman was the screenwriter of High Noon, a film that is seen as an allegory for McCarthyism. (Web site)
  4. Carl Foreman was typical of the 500 or so victims of the Hollywood blacklist. (Web site)

Carl Laemmle

  1. The founder of Universal, Carl Laemmle, was a German Jewish immigrant who settled in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where he managed a clothing store.
  2. The main character in the 1949 novel The Dream Merchants by Harold Robbins, a former Universal Studios employee, is based upon Carl Laemmle. (Web site)
  3. Thalberg began his film career at Universal Studios, as the personal secretary to Carl Laemmle.


  1. Cartoons are born.
  2. Cartoons were more pleasing to the eye. (Web site)
  3. Cartoons were not exempt from this code.


  1. 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.
  2. Castle was married to the nephew of Carl Laemmle, the head of Universal. (Web site)

Charles Brackett

  1. Charles Brackett ( November 26, 1892 - March 9, 1969) was an accomplished movie screenwriter and movie producer.
  2. Five Graves to Cairo (1943)—Billy Wilder and Charles Brackett wrote the screenplay for this North African wartime intrigue drama; Wilder also directed.

Charles Feldman

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. When Stark moved to Hollywood, he joined Charles Feldman's agency, Famous Artists, learning the business of making movie deals.

Charles Mintz

  1. Charles Mintz wasn't idle either. (Web site)
  2. Charles Mintz's own employer Carl Laemmle, the head of Universal Studios was interested in a new animated series starring a rabbit. (Web site)
  3. In Hollywood Walt found the interested distributors he was looking for, Margaret Winkler and her fiancee (and soon husband), Charles Mintz. (Web site)

Charles Urban

  1. From 1898 American producer Charles Urban expanded the London-based Warwick Trading Company to produce British films, mostly documentary and news. (Web site)
  2. Rosenthal returned to the warfront in 1904 when he covered the Japanese side of the Russo-Japanese War for the Charles Urban Trading Company.
  3. Undertook some filming for Charles Urban's Warwick Trading Company, including the arrival of British troops in Cape Town.

Chris Carter

  1. X-Files director, creator, writer and actor Chris Carter is godfather to her child.
  2. Chris Carter sah sofort, dass sie die ideale Besetzung fuer diese Rolle sei, obgleich sie wenig Filmerfahrung vorzuweisen hatte. (Web site)
  3. Und trotz aller Zweifel hat es Chris Carter, der Schoepfer der Serie, geschafft, die Magie und Mystik auch auf dieses Medium zu uebertragen. (Web site)

Chris Moore

  1. Chris Moore is a film producer whose movies include the American Pie trilogy and Good Will Hunting.
  2. Chris Moore is a really nice guy.


  1. Cohan is probably the most honored American entertainer.
  2. Cohan was the pioneer of the musical theater libretto. (Web site)


  1. Content: A wonderous tale of a child .
  2. Content: An asteroid the size of Texas is heading directly toward Earth at 22,000 mph.
  3. Content: An unknown and lethal virus has wiped out five billion people in 1996.
  4. Content: The Galaxy's ultimate future is in the hands of James Kir, Mr. Spock and the indomitable crew of the Enterprise.
  5. Content: The city of the apes was a quiet, peaceful city and was ruled by apes and served by men. (Web site)

Cy Endfield

  1. The film was directed by Cy Endfield and starred Stanley Baker, Jack Hawkins and Michael Caine (in his first starring role).
  2. Zulu is the greatest achievement of the career of British actor Stanley Baker, who co-produced with US-born, formerly blacklisted director Cy Endfield. (Web site)

Damon Dash

  1. Damon Dash is a big time music producer.
  2. Damon Dash is a famous hip-hop producer affiliated with Roc-A-Fella Records.
  3. Damon Dash is a force of nature in the entertainment world.

Darryl Zanuck

  1. Though Marilyn was under contract to Twentieth, Darryl Zanuck, who loathed her, was unlikely to pick up her option in May. (Web site)
  2. In 1935, Lasky was again the odd man out after Fox merged with Twentieth Century Pictures, headed by mogul Darryl Zanuck.
  3. Schenck had been board chairman at United Artists in the 1920s and had founded Twentieth Century with Darryl Zanuck in the thirties. (Web site)

Dave Fleischer

  1. Dave Fleischer was notable during the brothers' early days as the rotoscope model for their first character, Koko the Clown. (Web site)

David Ball

  1. David Ball is a 1987 graduate of The Westminster Schools (high school).
  2. David Ball is a British musician who was part of the Synth-Duo, Soft Cell, formed in Leeds in 1980, with vocalist Mark Almond.
  3. David Ball is a singer's singer, and he's been around. (Web site)
  4. David Ball was born into a musical family headed by his Baptist preacher father.
  5. 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.

David Begelman

  1. His right-hand man, David Begelman, head of the Columbia studio, wasn't doing too badly either. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)
  3. In 1995, David Begelman was found shot dead in a Los Angeles Century Plaza Hotel room, at the age of 73. (Web site)

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