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FLATBUSH
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HENRY WINKLER
DAYS
HEART
CONTRACT
SERIES
CAMPAIGNING
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ACTING CAREER
PARAMOUNT PICTURES
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YEAR
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MARGARET
OSWALD
MINTZ
WINKLER
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Definitions

  1. Winkler was born in Neustadt, Grey Count, Canada West (now Ontario), and educated at public schools in the area.
  2. Winkler was re-elected by an increased margin in the 1903 provincial election, and again in the elections of 1907, 1910 and 1914.
  3. Mr. Winkler is one of the most popular and highly rated speakers in the field of security, and lectures to tens of thousands of people a year. (Web site)
  4. LCDR Winkler was down to earth and very eager to discuss with me the background on the Blue Angels and their experiences. (Web site)
  5. Jim Winkler, the general secretary of the Board of Church and Society for the United Methodist Church has come out very strongly against this war. (Web site)

Flatbush

  1. Winkler had worked with Stallone years earlier in The Lords of Flatbush (1974). (Web site)

Martin Winkler

  1. According to Dr. Martin Winkler in "The Roman Salute on Film" of the American Philological Association, the salute is not in any Roman art or text. (Web site)

Agriculture

  1. Winkler defeated Tupper a second time, and was retained as Agriculture and Immigration minister in Norris's government.

Henry Winkler

  1. He made his screen debut as a "Wedding Guest" in the 1974 film Lords of Flatbush, which starred Henry Winkler and Sylvester Stallone. (Web site)

Days

  1. Henry Winkler (born 1945) American actor and producer, best known for playing The Fonz in Happy Days.

Heart

  1. Architecturally unique, with an arboretum forming its focal point, Protea Hotel The Winkler is situated in the heart of magical Mpumalanga.

Contract

  1. A young Disney, in the years before gaining worldwide acclaim, earlier entered into a contract with Winkler for producing cartoon shorts.

Series

  1. Winkler turned to a young Walt Disney who had already turned out a Felix clone named Julius in a series distributed by Winkler.

Campaigning

  1. Winkler died of diabetes while campaigning for re-election in the provincial campaign of 1920.

Federal Election

  1. Twelve days after the federal election, Winkler was narrowly re-elected in a by-election to serve Rhineland again in the provincial legislature.

Acting Career

  1. After Happy Days, Winkler slowed his acting career down as he began concentrating on producing and directing.

Paramount Pictures

  1. For the first few years, the Felix cartoons were distributed by Paramount Pictures, and then by M.J. Winkler. (Web site)

Blue Angels

  1. It was heartening to hear LCDR Winkler say that when the Blue Angels perform at air shows, people tell them that they make them proud to be Americans. (Web site)

Year

  1. Winkler said that if a pilot is chosen to fly with the Blue Angels, it is a "2 year tour usually" and the team gets 3 new members each year. (Web site)
  2. Margaret J. Winkler distributed the shorts from 1922 to 1925, the year when Educational Pictures took over the distribution of the shorts.

Distributor

  1. By 1927, Charles B. Mintz, a film producer and distributor, took control of Margaret J. Winkler's Winkler Pictures, after marrying Winkler.

Keaton

  1. Keaton, Winkler and Long make a wonderfully endearing and hilarious team.

Liberals

  1. The Liberals won a majority government in this election, and Winkler served as a backbench supporter of Thomas Greenway's government.

Manitoba

  1. In the same year, the village of Winkler was established in Manitoba, named after him.

Germanium

  1. Germanium was discovered in 1886 by Winkler and named for the country Germany. (Web site)

Film

  1. In 1982, he appeared in the film directed by Ron Howard, Night Shift (picture of Winkler and Michael Keaton in the movie).
  2. Two actors who were seen for the film were Henry Winkler and Marie Osmond.
  3. The film is based on a screenplay by Mark Friedman and will be directed by Irwin Winkler.

Neurogenesis

  1. Biebl M, Cooper CM, Winkler J, Kuhn HG: Analysis of neurogenesis and programmed cell death reveals a self-renewing capacity in the adult rat brain. (Web site)

Disney

  1. A distributor named M.J. Winkler offered $1,500 per reel, and Disney joined her as a production partner. (Web site)

Cartoons

  1. When distribution from Paramount expired in 1922, Sullivan began distributing his cartoons through Margaret J. Winkler.

Margaret

  1. Margaret Winkler who was distributing KoKo and Felix puts Disney under contract for a series, which he had proposed, that combined live action and animation. (Web site)
  2. Margaret Winkler was his distributor. (Web site)
  3. Walt sent his unfinished Alice film to Margaret Winkler along with a letter stating that he was no longer with Laugh-O-gram Films, Inc.

Oswald

  1. Winkler decided to squeeze Disney out of the production of the "Oswald" cartoons by cutting his payments and stealing his animators.

Mintz

  1. As for Mintz and Winkler, their Studio and their careers were over.
  2. Disney signed a new contract with Universal head Carl Laemmle where he would produce a series of cartoons for Charles B. Mintz and George Winkler. (Web site)
  3. Earlier that year, Mintz and his brother-in-law George Winkler had succeed in snatching Oswald from the character's original creator, Walt Disney.

Winkler

  1. Walt was backed up financially only by Winkler and his brother Roy O. Disney, who remained his business partner for the rest of his life.
  2. In the October of the same year, Walt and his brother Roy sighed a contract with M.J. Winkler, a cartoon distributor in New York. (Web site)
  3. For financing, and getting the Alice series into theaters, Disney teamed up with distributor M.J. (Margaret) Winkler. (Web site)

Categories

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  2. Margaret
  3. Oswald
  4. Business Partner
  5. Film > Special Effects > Animation > Cartoons
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