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I try to watch alot of DTV movies, but I don't always succeed. Most of you have probaly never watched them, and you may assume that they are very good and enjoyable, and capable of adding meaning to one's life. However, this is almost never the case. In the world of DTV filmmaking it seems pretty clear that nobody gives a shit. Most of them are trying to just reach 90 minutes and throw the shit on a shelf. You could argue that more effort goes into pornography, since some poor girl has to take it in the ass. That's elbow grease. So this is an unusual couple of days because I've managed to watch a bunch of DTVs and all of them were actually okay. So okay, in fact, that I was able to watch them in two or less sittings. In this world that's almost a miracle. Either that or I have somehow increased my attention span overnight. But what about the DTV viewer on the go who only has time to watch one of the three? Which one should they watch - which one was the MOST okay? Good question. The candidates: MISSIONARY MAN by Dolph Lundgren CHAOS with Jason Statham and Wesley Snipes ROCKAWAY starring various MISSIONARY MAN While our Ain't It Cool pal Sylvester Stallone was off directing and starring in RAMBO, he may not have realized his old opponent Ivan Drago was busy directing and starring in MISSIONARY MAN. This is actually Dolph Lundgren's fourth film as a director (with a fifth in the works) so he's only a couple behind Stallone. MISSIONARY MAN is one of those small action movies that takes place in the present but thinks it's a western. A gang of bullies controls the town, murders people who won't play along, everybody's afraid to do anything. Also it's real quiet and windy. But then Dolph Lundgren drifts into town, and I would like you to guess what sort of transportation he arrives on. a) Honda Accord b) some type of FlexCar c) those shoes kids have now with the wheels in them d) a motorcycle, because it's like a horse and also represents that he's a loner because it's designed for one person, also it requires more balance than a four-wheeled vehicle so perhaps represents his physical prowess, I don't know e) dragon The answer is D of course. D as in Dolph. And it is explicitly stated by one of the characters that he's a guy who travels around helping people. But in the tradition of BILLY JACK and ON DEADLY GROUND he minds his own business until some rednecks are beating up a Native American man. So he beats them up, then he goes to a funeral and delivers a sermon. The Meat Loaf-looking bad guy Reno calls him "our mystery man - the biker with the fuckin' Bible." There's alot of mentions that Dolph was friends with the dead man, J.J., who was killed for interfering with Reno's plans to build a casino. I'm not sure it's true, though. We do know that someone has betrayed him, because he has bullet scars on his back. Later we may or may not find out how his fight here ties in with his revenge. There's no way to really know. I think Dolph overdid the digital washout of the colors, but otherwise it looks pretty good. It was really shot in Texas for once, not some fake California or South Africa version of Texas. The setting is fleshed out pretty good and the tributes to Native American culture are not as condescending as they could be. Of course, there is a wise man who declares that Dolph is an eagle (just like Seagal was a bear in ON DEADLY GROUND and Laughlin was a rattlesnake in BILLY JACK). Also there's a funny part where the wise man talks about 4 being a sacred number, then it cuts to some kids riding a 4-wheeler. The action is okay, not great. He throws a baseball bat at a guy, shoots up a truck and a bar, announces that he's going to break a man's nose with his knee before he does it, etc. I like the part where he makes a western style hangman's noose on a fire escape. What really stands out in this movie, though, is Dolph. Guys like Stallone and Seagal get shit-talked for showing their age, gaining weight, slowing down. I don't think that's fair but if you're gonna get on them for that then maybe you should get behind Dolph Lundgren. This guy has that Clint Eastwood thing where he just looks more interesting as he gets older. He still has the size, the stature, the blond hair, the square jaw, but he has more lines on his face. In fact, I thought he looked phony painted up to be grizzled in THE PUNISHER, but now I think he could pull it off. He's also charismatic when he's not playing those meathead Russian roles like ROCKY IV or RED SCORPION, but he knows enough to write his character without too much dialogue. Making him obsessed with the Bible (but not an evangelist) is a pretty obvious badass juxtaposition, but it works. When he's not fighting he's sitting quietly by himself enjoying some Tequila and browsing the good book through reading glasses. John Enos III has a good presence as an asshole biker who shows up as a lead villain late in the movie. I recognized him from a shitty movie called POINT DOOM (written by David "The Demon" DeFalco) but he was better in this one. Overall a pretty watchable movie. I liked it. Starts out slow but gets better. Dolph is a competent director and avoids Avid farts and other sins of the shitty DTV style. I hope he keeps directing and perfects his chops until they are powerful enough to kill Apollo Creed. CHAOS Speaking of David DeFalco, this is not a remake of his original motion picture story CHAOS. Lionsgate is releasing a Canadian/UK coproduction cops and robbers thriller made in 2005. It's been aging gracefully in a wine cellar somewhere and now it's ready to go. Jason Statham plays a disgraced cop who has to partner with the goodie two-shoes Ryan Phillipe to try to catch bank robber Wesley Snipes. I know, I was excited too, but I should warn you that it's not really a Snipes vs. Statham action movie. Snipes disappears for alot of the movie and when they fight it's just by exchanging gun shots. Statham does do a little martial arts, and Snipes does get to beat the shit out of Phillipe, but there's no Transporter vs. Blade hand-to-hand. Both of them are fine, though. Snipes is a little too goofy at the beginning, he talks too much and alot of it's distorted to hide his identity over the phone so you don't even get to hear his voice half the time. But for the second half of the movie he gets to be cool again, he wears a suit and a fedora like he's his sax player character from MO' BETTER BLUES back for revenge. Or like he forgot it was the "Bad" video he was in and was thinking it was "Smooth Criminal." He's kind of a playful, arrogant villain like he played in DEMOLITION MAN, but without the blond hair. This was obviously intended for a theatrical release. The production values are much higher than your usual DTV, and plus it's Ryan Phillipe, who was in the theatrical CRUEL INTENTIONS PART 1, but not the DTV parts 2 and 3. It couldn't make it to theaters though because of that Wesley Snipes curse, or the blacklist from him suing New Line, or whatever it is that keeps the poor bastard from ever being on a big screen where he belongs. But not seeing this one in theaters is no big loss. It's not terrible but nobody would remember it by the time they got home from the theater. At least now they can watch it and already be home so they will remember it at home for a short period of time. By the way, Statham is very believable as a rule-breaking Seattle cop. We are known for our well-dressed English badass cops. The movie was obviously shot in Vancouver though. At least they had more establishing shots than in HOLLOW MAN 2. And they knew to have Phillipe refer to University of Washington as "U-dub." This is one of the better Seattle-based movies I've seen lately, since nobody was fucked to death by a horse in it. ROCKAWAY I'm not even sure why I thought I should try watching this one, but it wasn't a bad decision. It has no recognizable stars and looks cheaper than the other two. It's a completely generic premise, and the lead has less presence than one of Wesley Snipes's fingers, and maybe Dolph Lundgren's hand. (Left.) But somehow this was a pretty enjoyable movie. Some dude who looks kind of like Timothy Olyphant (Nicholas Gonzalez) plays Trane, an American soldier in Afghanistan who gets sent home because his wife and kid were murdered. He comes back, lives on a beach, still wears his fatigues and dog tags most of the time, and gets revenge. In this one it's not casino moguls in bolo ties who run the town, it's a Hispanic drug gang led by a guy named Juju (Mario Cimarro). These guys are played mostly be actors who seem to be comedians (with somewhat amusing improvised dialogue). Trane prays to the Virgin Mary to forgive him for the asskicking he's about to do and a candle magically lights, maybe offering Her endorsement. (Later there's a bit of supernatural overtones, not too much though, just enough to be unusual.) Of course Trane has to work his way up the ladder of the drug gang to kill the people responsible for killing his family. I was settled in for a slow picking off one-by-one of these guys but I was surprised how quickly he got to Juju. He pretty much just storms in and starts grabbing people by the face. But Juju convinces him to spare his life so he can bring him to the people he works for, The Russians. I think the best scene in the movie is when Trane meets with Ivan (UFC fighter Oleg Taktarov), the Russian enforcer. (Of course his name is Ivan. The boss is named Sergei. I don't think they have a Yuri in this one. I don't understand why there's only 3 or 4 names for all Russian characters in American movies. What's wrong with Oleg? Why can't this guy be Oleg?) Ivan is a beefy, scary looking dude with piercing blue eyes. He sees Trane's dog tags and says, "You served?" "Afghanistan," Trane says. "Me too," says the Russian. I thought that was a nice touch, implying a bond between these two because both of them fought their own messy wars in Afghanistan. It still seems a little phony that he buys Trane's story that he's gonna give him a bunch of heroin he stole from NATO impound, so it's nice when it turns out Ivan's not that stupid. As soon as Trane steps out the door he says, "If he has any heroin find it, then kill him." It's become pretty standard for action movie characters to have been in Afghanistan, just like they used to be Vietnam vets. But usually they don't add any detail to make it current, they just use it as shorthand for "he knows how to kick ass." In this one they do make it pretty specific. Not just in little references (like some corrupt cops asking him why he never caught bin Laden) but in the whole theme of the movie. He flashes back to a conversation he had in Afghanistan about why the Taliban keep fighting, and he seems to sort of channel that fearlessness in his revenge. And here he is outnumbered and outgunned by these Russian gangsters - invaders of his homeland - and he keeps fighting his own little guerilla war. He's like a mujahadeen. Shit, he's RED DAWN! There's some pretty good violence. He shoots a guy in the dick. He beats a guy to death with a pool ball. He takes some serious damage too, for example he gets both of his eyes stabbed. So that makes the final showdown pretty challenging. Didn't expect that. The directors are called the Crook Brothers, they've done a couple other movies including some horror picture called SALVAGE. I haven't seen their other ones so I don't know how this compares, but it's pretty well done. I do think they could improve a little stylistically, because there's too many show offy wipes and split screens (especially bad because they use a whooshy sound effect) and I wish they used less digital effects in the action scenes. Blowing up a melon in a wig is always gonna be more gruesome than doing a digital head explosion. Also, I think they should've made their hero a little more stoic. He has some funny ways of taunting his enemies, but his acting is always more effective when he's not talking. He looks pretty intent on killing people, that part is convincing, but when he's reading lines he's pretty wooden and bland. Anyway, surprisingly enjoyable. This is a good sign for DTV action movies in 2008. So which one wins the coveted "most okay DTV movie out of these three" award? It's a close call. CHAOS is definitely out of the running. It's the slickest of the three, maybe the most passable for mainstream moviewatchers because of its crowd scenes and phony USUAL SUSPECTS style twist ending. But it should be better. It doesn't at all live up to the potential of a movie with those two guys in the cast. (Let's forget about Phillipe - the less said about him driving a commandeered motorcycle wearing a half helmet the better.) I'm leaning toward ROCKAWAY, because that was a big surprise, I kind of picked it out at random and what are the chances that's gonna end up being enjoyable? Also I think you could make an argument that it is just ever so slightly more original in its content than MISSIONARY MAN is. By a tiny bit. Not that either is gonna reinvent cinema. In my opinion. But then there's Dolph. Dolph does not succumb to the temptations of digital editing and his action is analog. If he wants a small explosion, he uses a small explosive device, not a computer. Kind of ironic considering Ivan Drago was using all those computers to work out when Rocky was pulling a log through the snow or whatever. As a director, Dolph pulls a log through the snow. And it's good to see a good old fashioned action star vehicle Bible themed asskicking revenge thriller in this age. This is what we need. That's why Dolph is the most okay DTV director/co-writer/star of 2008 so far, congratulations bud. I would like to see Missionary Man travelling around helping some people some more. Although it wouldn't be the same without some revenge mixed in with the help. But I bet Dolph could figure out a way. thanks, Vern http://www.geocities.com/outlawvern


Vern's DTV Triple Header: LUNDGREN vs. SNIPES/STATHAM vs. SOME DUDE FROM TV I NEVER HEARD OF!!!

Published at: April 3, 2008, 3:36 a.m. CST by Moriarty

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Napoleon I... as a Prussian Generalfeldmarschall (field marshal) who led his army againstat the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig in 1813 and at the Battle of Water ...
Henry Tudor... ncastrian line had virtually been extinguished, and the only rival left was, who was living in exile
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Otto Neurath... s efficiently in order to satisfy human needs. Socialist intellectuals likehad realised that in a completely socialised economy, prices would not exi ...
Samuel Beckett... om novels, religion and philosophy. He liked classic literature, especially, T. S. Eliot, and (and other Russian novelists)
Jason Priestley... fall. Viewership increased dramatically and the cast members, particularlyand Luke Perry, became teen idols, while the series would make actresses S ...
César PelliThe Overture Center for the Arts, designed by Argentina-born architect, and led by Flad Architects and Potter Lawson (Madison-based firms) as ex ...
Philemon Wright... al Region. It was founded on the north shore of the Ottawa River in 1800 byat the portage around the Chaudière Falls just upstream (or west) from whe ...
Stewart GrangerJean Simmons was married and divorced twice. She marriedin Tucson, Arizona, on 20 December, 1950. In 1956 she and Granger became U ...
Paul Gascoigne... famous song, "Fog on the Tyne" (1971), was covered by Geordie ex-footballerin 1990. Venom, reckoned by many to be the originators of black metal and ...
David RappaportSemi-regulars were dwarf actorwho played characters such as 'Green Nigel' (in a pastiche of BBC programm ...
John BatmanIn September 1829,(aged 28), with the assistance of several "Sydney blacks" he brought to Ta ...
Claes Oldenburg... champ, the rebellious Dadaist — with a sense of humor; and Pop Artists like, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and the others
Frank Oz... becoming typecast as a purveyor of solely children's entertainment, Henson,, and his team targeted an adult audience with a series of sketches on the ...
Walter Damrosch... e composition, which took place on December 13, 1928 in Carnegie Hall, withconducting the New York Philharmonic
Samuel Noah Kramer... g the annual Akitu (New Year) ceremony, at the spring Equinox. According toin The Sacred Marriage Rite, in late Sumerian history (end of the third mi ...
Albert Bierstadt... nt works by late 19th and early 20th century artists. Notable among them is, who was well known for interpreting the towering grandeur of Yosemite an ...
Bruno SennaAyrton was the uncle of Formula One driver(Viviane's son), of whom he said in 1993: "If you think I'm fast, just wai ...
Coco Lee... or cello played by Yo-Yo Ma. The "last track" (A Love Before Time) features. The music for the entire film was produced in two weeks
William Bradford... ch of land between the Manomet and the Scusset rivers for potential routes.established the trading post of Aptuxcet in 1627 at the portage between th ...
Anthony HopkinsIn 1988 she starred in The Dawning withand Hugh Grant, and in 1989 she again starred in a mini-series, this time ...
Rhys Chatham... June 1981. Each night three to five acts performed, including Glenn Branca,, Rudolph Grey, Robin Crutchfield's Dark Day, Off Beach and others
Lawrence AllowayThe term "Pop Art" was used byto describe paintings that celebrated consumerism of the post World War II ...
Eric IdleNext there was a comedy interlude with members of the Monty Python troupe (, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam along with Neil Innes) performing "Sit on My ...
Albert Einstein... nics. He strongly disagreed with Niels Bohr's instrumentalism and supported's realist approach to scientific theories about the universe. Popper's fa ...
Vivian Campbell... nie James Dio also wrote the song "Stars" for the Hear 'n Aid project, withcontributing on guitar. Campbell became unhappy with the direction of the ...
Adolf Hitler... served alongside the Heer (regular army) but was never formally part of it.resisted integrating the Waffen-SS into the army, as it was to remain the ...
Rupert Murdoch... per proprietor Twiggy Rathbone (who bore more than a passing resemblance to) and his editor, Russell Spam
Yo-Yo Ma... ercussion Ensemble. It also features many solo passages for cello played by. The "last track" (A Love Before Time) features Coco Lee. The music for t ...
T. S. Eliot... ion and philosophy. He liked classic literature, especially Samuel Beckett,, and (and other Russian novelists)
Marcel Duchamp... schenberg and Jasper Johns as part of the transitional phase, influenced by, between modernism and postmodernism. Both these artists used images of o ...
Yoichiro Nambu... omposed of three up quarks with parallel spins. In 1965, Moo-Young Han withand Oscar W. Greenberg independently resolved the problem by proposing tha ...
Jason Priestley... e of Blossom (and to a lesser extent, Joey's brothers, Matthew and Andrew),and Luke Perry of Beverly Hills, 90210 fame, and Erik Von Detten of variou ...
Karl Marx's... rk of Althusser and his students in an intensive philosophical rereading ofCapital. The book reflects on the philosophical status of Marxist theory a ...
Chopin... tor Seiji Ozawa. Since 1999 the pianist Fujiko Hemming, who plays Liszt and, has been famous and her CDs have sold millions of copies. Japan is also ...
Gilberto GilIn 2004, the minister of culturesubmitted to Unesco an application for declaring samba as a Cultural Herit ...
Neil Gaiman... el written in collaboration between the English authors Terry Pratchett and
Charles SimonyiRichard Brodie,, and David Luebbert, members of the Microsoft Word development team, deve ...
Terry Gilliam... interlude with members of the Monty Python troupe (Eric Idle, Terry Jones,along with Neil Innes) performing "Sit on My Face". Then Michael Palin cam ...
Jacob Schiff... g expedition in London, the Japanese Vice-Governor of the Bank of Japan met, a Jewish-American banker and head of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. Schiff was sympath ...
Terry Pratchett... Award nominated novel written in collaboration between the English authorsand Neil Gaiman
Alfred Tarski... pondence. Then came the semantic theory of truth formulated by the logicianand published in 1933. Popper writes of learning in 1935 of the consequenc ...
Anthony Quinn... o also has a large number of people of Irish ancestry, among them the actor. There are also monuments in Mexico City paying tribute to those Irish wh ...
JK GalbraithPower may be held throughsummarises the types of power as being "Condign" (based on force), "Compen ...
Yitzhak Shamir... roved the killing: Yitzhak Yezernitsky (the future Prime Minister of Israel), Nathan Friedmann (also called Natan Yellin-Mor) and Yisrael Eldad (also ...
Stevie Wonder... she was inspired by a number of performers. These include Michael Jackson,, Sade, En Vogue, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Prince, Naughty by Nature, Johnny ...
René Descartes... ason to reject the concept of 'absolute' omnipotence, while others, such as, argue that God is absolutely omnipotent, despite the problem
Marx'sAlthusser's contention is thatthought has been fundamentally misunderstood and underestimated. He fierce ...
Paul Hindemith... the Dead, Arnold Schönberg's Erwartung, Igor Stravinsky's Oedipus rex, and's Cardillac
Lew GradeDuring its ATV days, the chairman of the station, was said to have taken a personal dislike to the show but was persuaded ...
Hermann Oberth... and pioneer of the astronautic theory. Along with his followers the Germanand the American Robert H. Goddard, he is considered to be one of the foun ...
Mary Shelley... a book called The Horse And His Boy after the events related in the novel.'s Frankenstein at one point features the narration of an Arctic explorer, ...
Tadeusz Kościuszko... s founded by one of the best military engineers of the time, Polish General. It was manned by a small garrison of Continental soldiers through the en ...
Ezra Pound... in Paris in March 1928. Paris at this time hosted many expatriate writers:, W. B. Yeats, Ernest Hemingway; and artist Pablo Picasso. Gershwin met wi ...
Béla Bartók... sed by Ernő Lendvaï, in his analysis of the use of tonality in the music of. Tritone relations are also important in the music of George Crumb. Georg ...
Tilo WolffLacrimosa is a duo led by German, the main composer, and Finnish Anne Nurmi, currently based in Switzerlan ...
Igor GouzenkoFollowing the 1945 defection of Soviet cipher clerk,and his revelations of espionage, the RCMP Security Service implemented me ...
George Brecht... age's students included Fluxus founding members Jackson Mac Low, Al Hansen,and Dick Higgins
Mile-a-Minute MurphyIn 1899,rode a bicycle along the Long Island Rail Road's Central Branch through th ...
Robert A. Heinlein... tured their own takes on space suit design. Science fiction authors such ascontributed to the development of fictional space suit concepts
Igor Stravinsky... ng Leoš Janáček's From the House of the Dead, Arnold Schönberg's Erwartung,'s Oedipus rex, and Paul Hindemith's Cardillac
Benazir Bhutto... as with U.S. President John F. Kennedy and former Pakistani Prime Minister, or as part of coups d'état where security is either overwhelmed or compl ...
Yakov Yurovsky... early in the morning of 17 July 1918, by a detachment of Bolsheviks led by. In the basement room of the Ipatiev House, Nicholas asked for and receiv ...
Pablo Picasso... entury art critics have suggested that the "analytic Cubist" experiments ofand Georges Braque were founded upon Poussin's example. In 1963 Picasso ba ...
Casimir Pulaski... d in three of the town's street names: Pulaski after Revolutionary War heroas well as Warsaw and Cracow. Lyons is the subject of a recently published ...
Pierce Brosnan... d Queen was also shot on the preserved Nene Valley Railway in 1989. In 1995filmed train crash sequences for the 17th James Bond film, GoldenEye, at t ...
Ferdinand DaučíkManagersand László Kubala led the team to five different trophies including La Lig ...
Ernest Hemingway... Paris at this time hosted many expatriate writers: Ezra Pound, W. B. Yeats,; and artist Pablo Picasso. Gershwin met with Boulanger and at her request ...
Tina Turner... Prince, dance-pop star Michael Jackson, and a wave of female vocalists likeand Whitney Houston. Michael Jackson and Prince has been described as the ...
Leon Trotsky... Bolsheviks shared power with other socialist parties and dropped Lenin andfrom the government. Zinoviev, Kamenev, and their allies in the Bolshevik ...
Marcel Duchamp... Press, a Concrete poet, married to artist Alison Knowles and an admirer of. Ihab Hassan includes, "Intermedia, the fusion of forms, the confusion of ...
Lucy Diakovska... Angels are an all-female pop trio from Germany, consisting of band members, Sandy Mölling, and Jessica Wahls. Critically acclaimed, the band has won ...
Wim Wenders... ly well regarded by critics in the years since its release. German directornumbered it among his fifteen favourite films. Also, Scorsese apparently b ...
Jules Dassin... New York City, from lung cancer, aged 73. She was survived by her husband,. She received a state funeral with Prime Minister's honors at the First C ...
Lee Harvey Oswald... nnedy's assassination. The commission conducted hearings and concluded thatacted alone in the assassination. Not everyone agreed with the Warren Comm ...
László KubalaManagers Ferdinand Daučík andled the team to five different trophies including La Liga, the Copa del Ge ...
Lepidus... one of the forcible acts of the triumvirs of 43 BC (Octavianus, Antony, and), that they obliged the senators to repair the public roads at their own ...
Pablo Picasso... y expatriate writers: Ezra Pound, W. B. Yeats, Ernest Hemingway; and artist. Gershwin met with Boulanger and at her request he played ten minutes of ...
Osama bin LadenAlready long time affiliates of Al-Qaeda, Hazmi and Mihdhar were chosen byas respected jihadists due to their extensive fighting experience for an a ...
Billy WilderMulholland Drive has been compared with's film noir classic Sunset Boulevard (1950), another tale about broken dr ...
Anoushka Shankar... nal Sanskrit invocation, the Sarvesham chant, followed by Indian music when, daughter of Ravi Shankar, played "Your Eyes". Next, Anoushka Shankar and ...
Samwise Gamgee... s are present in the Dead Marshes outside of Mordor. When Frodo Baggins andmake their way through the bogs the spindly creature Gollum tells them "no ...
Marcia Hines... NXS, Noiseworks, Skyhooks, AC/DC, Renée Geyer, Spectrum, Chain, Daddy Cool,, Zoot, The Masters Apprentices, Dragon, Air Supply, The Radiators, The An ...
Terry Gilliam... arrated the documentary Lost in La Mancha (2002), about the "unmaking" of aretelling of Don Quixote, tentatively titled The Man Who Killed Don Quixot ...
Hugo Grotius... e in the place of man . A variation that also falls within this metaphor is’ "", which sees Jesus receiving a punishment as a public example of the l ...
Helena Modjeska... of the Old Court theatre, where in the following year he introduced Madameto London in an adaptation of Maria Stuart (by ), together with production ...
Hal Foster... on the context can be construed as a precursor to the postmodern movement., in his essay The Crux of Minimalism, examines the extent to which Donald ...
P. G. Wodehouse... World War II, Milne was one of the most prominent critics of English writer, who was captured at his country home in France by the Nazis and imprison ...
Yakov YurovskyOn 4 July 1918,, the chief of the Ekaterinburg Cheka, was appointed commandant of the Ipa ...
Lita Ford... band The Runaways would produce 1980s solo recording artists Joan Jett and. The highest-selling album was Pink Floyd's The Dark Side of the Moon (19 ...
Anoushka Shankar... when Anoushka Shankar, daughter of Ravi Shankar, played "Your Eyes". Next,and Jeff Lynne performed "The Inner Light", followed by a Ravi Shankar com ...
George Gamow... expertise in the interpretation of X-ray diffraction patterns of proteins.established a group of scientists interested in the role of RNA as an inte ...
Boris Karloff... ta's "fearsome" appearance: 1930's The Sea Bat, starring a pre-Frankenstein, and 1936's The Sea Fiend, later re-issued as the 1946 Devil Monster
Thomas Mann... arius, Taurus, and Scorpio, respectively. Such connections were taken up by, who in his novel Joseph and His Brothers attributes characteristics of a ...
PeléWaiting for the ball was, who had arrived at speed and with perfect timing. He leapt hard at the b ...
Jimi Hendrix... n singles with their band, which would later include then-unknown guitarist. With Hendrix, the brothers cut the songs, "Testify" and "Move Over and L ...
Althusser... ded a third 'critical' dimension which built upon insights from Gramsci and
Marcel Duchamp... ançois Lyotard, it was painting of the artists Valerio Adami, Daniel Buren,, Bracha Ettinger, and Barnett Newman that, after the avant-garde's time a ...
Salman Rushdie... into seclusion, and are rarely heard from or seen in public, such as writer. A related form of protection is the use of body doubles a person built s ...
Bob Hope... n downtown Stockton, is one of several movie palaces in the Central Valley.often came to Stockton to visit close friend and billionaire tycoon Alex S ...
Princess Grace of Monaco... of Irish descent. Other famous visitors to the Áras an Uachtaráin have beenand her husband, Prince Rainier III; King Baudouin of the Belgians; King J ...
Yo-Yo Ma... d Placido Domingo, actors Jack Nicholson and Brian Stokes Mitchell, cellist, actress Lauren Bacall, presidents and chancellors of Boston-area college ...
Ben Webster... some of the hottest black jazz heavyweights of the day, such as saxophonist, trumpeter Charlie Shavers, bassist Billy Taylor, trumpeter Emmett Berry, ...
Johnny Depp... tentatively titled The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which would have starredas Sancho Panza and Jean Rochefort as the quixotic hero. Bridges had previ ...
Rupert Murdoch... 5. In the 1980s, there was an attempt by unknown entrepreneurs to seek from, who owned The Times, the right to use the Times Roman name; separately, ...
David Bowie... unning and cinema. He also enjoys music, including The Beatles, Beach Boys,and other acts including Ryan Adams. Hoon has recently also stated that he ...
Leon Trotsky... ts place the responsibility for the decision with the Ural Regional Soviet., in his diary, makes it quite clear that the assassination took place on ...
Paul Verhoeven... ited States market, including the first major American success for director
Jairzinho... los Alberto who sent a fizzing low ball down the right flank for the speedyto latch on to. The Brazilian winger sped past left back Terry Cooper and ...
Johnny Depp... g area for use in the 2009 film Public Enemies featuring Christian Bale and
Pervez Musharraf... ction teams from the military's elite Special Service Group unit. President, as civilian head of state, was due to have this withdrawn after retiring ...
Tzvetan Todorov... hers. Later authors in the semiotic tradition of literary criticism include, Mikhail Bakhtin, Roland Barthes, Julia Kristeva, Michael Riffaterre, and ...
Chaka Khan... by her five children and singer Alicia Keys. Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu andperformed musical tributes to Ross, covering several of her most popular r ...
Albert Einstein... ns when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? He points out thatdemonstrated the equivalence of mass-energy. That is, according to relativ ...
Roger Abbott... rior commitment. This was the first Air Farce special that will not featurein its cast who passed away earlier in 2011
Otto Höfler... removed by trickery; it must be kept for a whole year and carefully tended.(1934) and other authors of his generation emphasized the identification o ...
Herbert Hoover... Hearst shared Smith's opposition to Prohibition he swung his papers behindin the 1928 presidential election. Hearst's support for Franklin D. Roosev ...
Man Ray... man One). In 1924, in collaboration with Dudley Murphy, George Antheil, and, Léger produced and directed the iconic and Futurism-influenced film, Bal ...
Marco Polo... ten report back to the Mongols. Around the same time, the Venetian explorerbecame one of the first Europeans to travel the Silk Road to China, and hi ...
Douglas MacArthur... ith an unprecedented succession of generals – Fox Conner, John J. Pershing,and George Marshall. He first became executive officer to General Conner i ...
Ringo Starr... Band" and included the surviving members of The Beatles, Paul McCartney and, as well as musicians Eric Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty, Billy Preston, ...
David Wu... ile at Harvard he shared an apartment with future United States Congressman
Schoenberg... of athematic serial composition that rejected the twelve-tone technique of(Felder 1977, 92). He characterized many of these earliest compositions (t ...
Isaac Asimov... und to a differentiated location in space contra transcendent omnipresence., a confirmed atheist, answered a variation of this question: what happens ...
Mark Rothko... a sense the innovations of Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline,, Philip Guston, Hans Hofmann, Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman, Ad Reinhard ...
Lord Elgin... s during the Rebellions of 1837-1838 in Lower-Canada. The Governor General,, had serious misgivings about the bill but nonetheless assented to it des ...
Ang Lee... merican-Chinese-Hong Kong-Taiwanese co-production, the film was directed byand featured an international cast of ethnic Chinese actors, including Cho ...
Orson Welles... Kid Ory's band, which was featured for a time on a radio program hosted by. Noone played a few broadcasts with the band, but died suddenly of a hear ...
Jedediah Smith... before flowing west through the Sierra Nevada into California. Mountain manreached the lower Colorado by way of the Virgin River canyon in 1826. Smit ...
Aristotle Onassis... s of convenience. The most notable shipping magnate of the 20th century was, others being Yiannis Latsis, George Livanos, and Stavros Niarchos. A fam ...
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Rachmaninoff... ost notable examples include Brahms's Variations on a Theme of Paganini and's Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
René DescartesSome Philosophers, such as, argue that God is absolutely omnipotent. In addition, some philosophers ...
Callum Keith Rennie... s, Dean Stockwell, Tricia Helfer, Grace Park, Rick Worthy, Matthew Bennett,, Michael Hogan and Rekha Sharma. The only "Cylon" actor not present was ( ...
John Amos Comenius... s displaced by French, Italian, and English by the end of the 16th century.was one of many people who tried to reverse this trend. He composed a comp ...
Wonder Woman... eries. Frank Miller's revamp of Batman with , George Pérez's relaunching ofin Gods and Mortals, and John Byrne's reboot of Superman in The Man of Ste ...
Wernher von Braun... Lasswitz in 1897 and Bernal, Oberth, Von Pirquet and Noordung in the 1920s.contributed his ideas in a 1952 Colliers article. In the 1950s and 1960s, ...
Madonna... 989, Wright became involved with actor Sean Penn following his divorce from. Their daughter Dylan Frances Penn was born on April 13, 1991. Their son ...
Abraomas Kulvietis... rotestant Lithuanian pastors as professors (e.g. Stanislovas Rapolionis and), making the Albertina also a centre of Lithuanian language and literatur ...
UN Messenger of Peace... Smith in the superhero film Hancock, and in late 2008 she was asked to be aby the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon
Ludwig Wittgenstein... a joined the so-called "cafeteria group", together with Frank P. Ramsey and, a sort of informal club that discussed Keynes's theory of probability an ...
Robert GravesIn The Greek Myths (1955),views Oenopion as his perennial Year-King, at the stage where the king pre ...
HerodotusThe oldest known mention of "Atlantic" is in The Histories ofaround 450 BC (Hdt. 1.202.4): Atlantis thalassa (Greek: Ἀτλαντὶς θάλασσα; ...
Rod Stewart... as the Great American Songbook from the series of albums produced by rocker) has undergone something of an off-air revival, with artists such as Stew ...
Nicos Poulantzas... d Jacques Rancière in philosophy, Pierre Macherey in literary criticism andin sociology. The prominent Guevarist Régis Debray also studied under Alth ...
Mark Twain... in the past, among the most renowned of them are Bernardin de Saint Pierre,, Nicholas Pike, Charles Baudelaire, and Paul-Jean Toulet. Mauritian write ...
Frank Ifield... in the 1950s has represented a vaudeville style of comic Australian country;achieved considerable success in the early 1960s, especially in the UK Si ...
Sidney Bechet... of the second generation of jazz clarinetists, along with Johnny Dodds and. Noone's playing is not as blues-tinged as Dodds nor as flamboyant as Bec ...
Heinrich Boere... aller-scale atrocities such as the Houtman affair or murders perpetrated by. The most infamous incidents include the following
Steve McQueenAlong with Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier and later, Streisand formed First Artists Production Company in 1969, so the actors ...
Hans Hofmann... ackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko, Philip Guston,, Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman, Ad Reinhardt and others opened the flood ...
Mohandas Gandhi... e and Screen Actors Guild awards in his career. He is known for starring asin the film Gandhi in 1982, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Ac ...
Stevie Wonder... h a Lifetime Achievement Award by her five children and singer Alicia Keys., Erykah Badu and Chaka Khan performed musical tributes to Ross, covering ...
Allan McLeod Cormack... mark paper, published in 1961, he described the basic concept later used byto develop the mathematics behind computerized tomography. In October, 196 ...
Denis Law... o David Herd. After that things got worse for England's newest keeper, whenwrong-footed Banks with a smart shot on the turn to put United 2–0 ahead. ...
Abba Eban... otte's body was returned to Sweden, where the state funeral was attended byon behalf of Israel. Folke was survived by a widow and two sons, a 12 year ...
Adolf Hitler... died law (he passed the final state examination in 1926) and rose to become's personal legal adviser. In this capacity, Frank was privy to personal d ...
George Brecht... s Fountain. Fluxus art was often presented in "events", which Fluxus memberdefined as "the smallest unit of a situation". The events consisted of a m ...
Jimi Hendrix... London. In August, McTell played the huge Isle of Wight Festival alongside, Joan Baez, and Leonard Cohen
Imre LakatosPopper's studentattempted to reconcile Kuhn’s work with falsificationism by arguing that s ...
Frances FisherOn Law & Order it is the topic of episode Animal Instinct in whichplays a woman who is diagnosed an erotomaniac. It is also seen in season 3 ...
Tilo WolffSehnsucht, the latest album is released in 2009. Singer and producerwanted to create an album that was less conceptual and more spontaneous th ...
Alexander Hamilton... resident of the United States under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison; and, first United States Secretary of the Treasury under President Washington
Isaac Asimovclaims that Gothic cavalry adopted technology reverse-engineered from the ...
Usain Bolt... r most career gold medals for an Olympian by winning eight swimming events.secured the traditional title of "World's Fastest Man" by setting new worl ...
Tina TurnerAccording to a 1990s interview with singer's mother, Zelma Bullock, the singer was born Anna Mae Bullock in a sharec ...
Ludwig Minkus... e melodious "musique dansante" of the old maestros such as Cesare Pugni and, and cared little for anything else which strayed from the salon-style ba ...
Herodotus... le was fought and Josiah was killed (2 Kings 23:29, 2 Chronicles 35:20-24).reports the campaign of the pharaoh in his Histories, Book 2:159
Adolf Hitler... racy lapsed in the early 1930s, leading to the ascent of the Nazi Party andin 1933. The legal measures taken by the Nazi government in February and M ...
Arvydas SabonisCB Valladolid is the town's basketball team and they play in the Liga ACB.played in this team. The matches are held in the Polideportivo Pisuerga
Jim Carrey... camera appearance was in the 1984 TV sitcom The Duck Factory, which starred
Henry VII... the royal finances were in good shape thanks to the prudence of his father. But this soon changed as Henry VIII doubled household expenditure and st ...
shannonOften, information entropy is measured ins, whereas the (discrete) storage space of digital devices is measured in ...
Arthur C. Clarke... n the past and of those more complex Cosmoses He will create in the future.'s 1953 short story "The Nine Billion Names of God" treats non-scientific ...
Friedrich List... s aspects of Infant Industry protection, promoted by Alexander Hamilton and, and which defined the trade policy of the United States and Britain duri ...
Graham Greene... than complimentary about his work, and Priestley began legal action againstfor what he took to be a defamatory portrait of him in the novel Stamboul ...
Norma Shearer... ie-Antoinette was later adapted for a Hollywood movie, starring the actressin the title role
Irving Berlin... ers written by Groucho, who donated his letters to the Library of Congress.quipped, "The world would not be in such a snarl, had Marx been Groucho in ...
Otto Neurath... ch as Bertrand Russell and members of the Vienna Circle like Rudolf Carnap,, and Moritz Schlick. Morris was greatly impressed with the logical positi ...
Rex Harrison... semble of travelling salesmen, as are most of the numbers for British actorin the 1964 Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady. In musical theater, the ...
Denis Law... t Filbert Street against Manchester United, which saw both Ken Keyworth andscore a hat-trick each, ended in a 4–3 victory for Leicester, which meant ...
Alan Shepard... passenger, and the results from his test flight led directly to the missionmade on May 5, 1961 aboard Freedom 7
Harry Houdini... e and burlesque were theatre staples in Union City, with performers such asand Fred Astaire making appearances locally. Union City was also for a tim ...
John Barnes... Newcastle, John Aldridge from Oxford United (who replaced Ian Rush); wingerfrom Watford; and Oxford United midfielder Ray Houghton. The new-look Live ...
Casimir Pulaski... Historic Site. The city is named in honor of Polish Revolutionary War hero
Alexander Hamilton... dustrialization combines aspects of Infant Industry protection, promoted byand Friedrich List, and which defined the trade policy of the United State ...
Henry VII... usation against Richard III on the matter. The Bill of Attainder brought bymade no definitive mention of the Princes in the Tower, though author and ...
Jimi Hendrix... acked. It was an act that was imitated by other bands and artists including(who had just signed with the same label) in his break-out performance at ...
Empress Alexandra of Russia... ists were able to confirm the identity of the remains of several members of's family, several decades after their 1918 massacre by the Bolsheviks. Pr ...
Freeman DysonIn 2001, the space news website Space.com asked, J. Richard Gott and Sid Goldstein for reasons why some humans should liv ...
Igor Stravinsky... e's The Firebird, but refused the part, as she could not come to terms with's avant-garde score, and the role was given to Tamara Karsavina. All her ...
Boy George... falo Girls." Later the Hilltoppers' home was visited by the Sex Pistols and
Xiongnu... s replaced by the Gupta Empire. China was in the Three Kingdoms period. Theformed the Tiefu state under Liu Qubei. Korea was ruled by the Three Kingd ...
Herbert Hoover... to school in 1925, where he received daily meals in a program organized by. In school, Zapf was mainly interested in technical subjects. One of his ...
Adolf Hitler... ation. Among the holders of the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class and 1st Class was, who held the rank of . Hitler can be seen wearing the award on his left ...
James LovelockIn 1984,and Michael Allaby published The Greening of Mars. Lovelock's book was one ...
Marcus Aemilius Lepidus... Antony. Octavius (Caesar's adopted son), along with general Mark Antony and, Caesar's best friend, established the Second Triumvirate. Lepidus was fo ...
Christopher Chataway... a book supplying the answers to this sort of question might prove popular.recommended student twins Norris and Ross McWhirter, who had been running ...
Tamara Karsavina... o terms with Igor Stravinsky's avant-garde score, and the role was given to. All her life Pavlova preferred the melodious "musique dansante" of the o ...
Rudolf Carnap... philosophers such as Bertrand Russell and members of the Vienna Circle like, Otto Neurath, and Moritz Schlick. Morris was greatly impressed with the ...
John Lennon... ublished in 2005; the book records similar sayings between Groucho Marx and
Ernest Thompson Seton... s, and the idea of new members pledging themselves to the new organization.'s Woodcraft Indians program was also consulted for its use of American In ...
James Blish... observed by mankind: Overhead, without any fuss, the stars were going out.'s Cities in Flight series of books (1955 and 1962) ends with the disrupti ...
Jorge Acuña... Picornie being killed and several others injured. In 2004 Feyenoord playerwas taken to hospital with head, neck and rib injuries after Feyenoord pla ...
Greta Scacchi... 0). It was produced and directed by Karl Francis, starred Jeff Goldblum andand was released on September 29, 2000 in Spain and European countries. It ...
Joseph Conrad... ere is a memorable description of the docks, their buildings and people, in's
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Friedrich Engels... description of housing of the mill workers in England in 1844 was given by, a co-founder of Marxism. In the introduction of the 1892 edition of Enge ...
Adolf Berman... was also a member of the elite Kedyw unit, "Kolegium A", Ludwik Widerszal,or Calel Perechodnik, were part of the AK, while others, such as Szmul Zyg ...
Teoberto Maler... Maudslay's report was published by the Royal Geographical Society in 1883.visited the site repeatedly from 1897 to 1900, his detailed two volume des ...
Brigitte Hamann... ere not allowed to return until the 1860s, scholars such as Ian Kershaw anddismiss as baseless the Frankenberger hypothesis, which before had only Fr ...
Isaac Asimov... which isolates them from local space-time at the instant of the collision.'s short story, "The Last Question" was published in 1956. The story is br ...
Seasick SteveAmerican blues musician, who is achieving fame in the United Kingdom, currently resides in Notodd ...
Adolf Hitler... the film's theme of war in Europe. Also, there is an unmistakable image ofin the windmill scene. Right after McCrea rescues his coat from the grindi ...
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Jim Carrey... Canadians (with the exception of Adam Sandler), and included such stars asand Mike Myers. As the show was taped at a theater, unlike the trip to L.A ...
Marlene Dietrich... ized in three films — Judgement at Nuremberg, where the character played byis a widow whose fictional German general was tried and put to death for t ...
Gerard Béhaguemodels or, for that matter, passive consumption by national audiences." –, Selected Reports in Ethnomusicology. Pg. 8
Elvis PresleyFrom 1956 Norman was fascinated with the music of. According to Norman, his father banned him from listening to rock and ro ...
Arthur St. Clair... Blue Jacket defeated another American expedition, this time led by General. It was the worst defeat the Americans would ever suffer at the hands of ...
John van 't Schip... Another Feyenoord player, Robin van Persie had to be rescued by Ajax coachand player . Then in 2005 riots before and after the match happened in Rot ...
Sergei RachmaninoffMusicians and composers Niccolò Paganini,, and Robert Johnson are thought to have had the disease. Bradford Cox of ...
Shimon Peres... dish deputy prime minister, Israeli Foreign Minister and Labor Party memberissued a "condemnation of terror, thanks for the rescue of the Jews and re ...
Allan Pinkerton... d named the town Dundee in honor of his Scottish hometown. In 1843 Scotsman, later the renowned detective, set up business as a cooper. The town was ...
Moritz Schlick... sell and members of the Vienna Circle like Rudolf Carnap, Otto Neurath, and. Morris was greatly impressed with the logical positivist (logical empiri ...
Jack Liebowitz... sub-companies, Max Gaines' All-American Publications and Harry Donenfeld &'s National Periodical Publications. Though he continued to script for Nat ...
Gore VidalWoodward was reported to have been engaged to authorprior to marrying Paul Newman. However, there was no real engagement: Vida ...
Turkic... the Magyars. In the 11th and 12th centuries, constant incursions by nomadictribes, such as the Kipchaks and the Pechenegs, caused a massive migration ...
Robert A. Heinlein... hieve complete intuitive understanding), from Stranger in a Strange Land by; "McJob", from by Douglas Coupland; "cyberspace", from Neuromancer by Wil ...
Piers Anthony... e proclamation "'LET THERE BE LIGHT!' And there was light—" the story ends.'s soft science fiction novel Ghost, deals with the topic of an energy-poo ...
Vincent Schiavelli... m an aortic dissection the day before the off-Broadway opening of Rent; and, an actor and spokesperson for the National Marfan Foundation
Vyacheslav Ganelin... produced musicians like Tomasz Stanko, Zbigniew Seifert, Vladimir Chekasin,and Vladimir Tarasov. Japanese guitarist Masayuki Takayanagi and saxophoni ...
Bolesław Limanowski... 39) in Russia; Adolf Wagner (1835–1917), and Karl Oldenberg in Germany, and(1835–1935) in Poland
Jimi Hendrix... Merle Haggard, Tom Jones, Dax Riggs, Roger McGuinn, Suzi Quatro, Van Halen,, Neil Diamond, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Guns N' Roses
Jack Williamson... eloped from both science fiction and actual science. The term was coined byin a science-fiction story ("Collision Orbit") published during 1942 in As ...
Johnny Depp... to other projects. The film was removed from IMDB. There was a rumour thatwas originally cast as Crowley and Robin Williams as Aziraphale. However N ...
Jedediah Smith... area alongside other mountain men like Jim Bridger, Peter Skene Ogden, and
Paul Shaffer... tone ranked them #76 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time., who did the write-up, wrote that the girl-group sound, originated by the ...
Rod Stewart... sic charts with two duets in 2005. "I've Got a Crush on You", recorded withfor his album The Great American Songbook, reached number 19 on the Billbo ...
Jakob Meckel... the trench warfare of World War I. A German military advisor sent to Japan,, had a tremendous impact on the development of the Japanese military trai ...
Neil GaimanDestruction is one of the Endless, fictional characters from's comic book series The Sandman
Paul Dirac... charge, opposite to the +1 electric charge of the proton, was predicted byin his 1933 Nobel Prize lecture. Dirac received the Nobel Prize for his pr ...
Rob Hayles... old medal winning athlete, Richard Harwood cellist, was born in Portsmouth,, cyclist and Olympic Games medal winner, Tony Oakey, Former British light ...
George Soros... r's students at the London School of Economics was the billionaire investor, among whose philanthropic foundations is the Open Society Institute, a t ...
Simon Reynolds... chorus form, post-rock groups generally make greater use of soundscapes. Asstates in his "Post-Rock" from Audio Culture, "A band's journey through ro ...
Jacob SheskinIn 1964,, Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at Hadassah University H ...
Jimi Hendrix... ve Clark Five, Paul Revere & the Raiders, The Doors, The Who, Janis Joplin,, Moby Grape, and San Jose bands Syndicate of Sound, and Count Five
Emmanuel LevinasDavid Couzens Hoy states that's writings on the face of the Other and Derrida's meditations on the rele ...
John Lydon... s picked up on by NME who championed the band, although one guest reviewer,of Public Image Limited condemned the band as "trendy hippies.
Martin Page... wo No.1 hits. The first was "We Built This City", written by Bernie Taupin,, Dennis Lambert, and Peter Wolf and was engineered by Grammy-winning prod ...
Paul Hindemith... d a Praeludium and Scherzo for double bass and piano, Op. 32 No.1 and No.2.wrote a rhythmically challenging Double Bass Sonata in 1949. In the Soviet ...
Rudolph Ruzicka... uced in sizes as small as 20 micrometers across. The design has appeared on's Bicentennial Medal (Philadelphia Mint, 1969) and elsewhere
Pinhas Lavon... The deportation was approved by Ben-Gurion and Dayan over the objections of, secretary-general of the Histadrut, who envisioned the town as a product ...
Ernst Gombrich... opper also had long and mutually influential friendships with art historian, biologist Peter Medawar, and neuro-scientist John Carew Eccles
Otto Preminger... e Skidoo (1968), co-starring Jackie Gleason and Carol Channing, directed by, and released by the studio where he got his Hollywood start, Paramount P ...
Andrew Carnegie... treet is the Category B listed handloom weavers' cottage, the birthplace ofwhich dates from the early 18th century. An adjacent memorial hall was add ...
Neil Gaiman... was their own idea, not that of their publisher, to collaborate on a novel.has said
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Elvis Presley... op chorus on Jesse Stone's "Down in the Alley", recorded by The Clovers and. Stone transcribed the riff as: "Changety changety changety changety chan ...
Ringo Starr... mers at a single concert, including Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Neil Diamond,, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Wood an ...
Henry Tudor... rd's rival claimants; alternatively, he could have been acting on behalf of(later to become King Henry VII). On the other hand, if Buckingham were gu ...
Stephen Leacock... London School of Economics. His tutors at the LSE included Hugh Dalton and. Horne was dissatisfied there, and through the generosity of an uncle, Au ...
Ozzy... he was "...thoroughly thrilled with Chris... it reminds me a lot like whenfound Randy Rhoads"
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David Coulthard... n McNish, as it was to David Leslie (racing driver). Another racing driver,was born in Dumfries and raised in nearby Twynholm. Scotland rugby union i ...
Nick Cave... music of successful contemporary bands The Waifs and The John Butler Trio.has been heavily influenced by the country artist Johnny Cash. In 2000, Ca ...
Poul AndersonThe Big Crunch as the fate of the Universe was also explored in's 1970 novel Tau Zero which posits a cyclic universe where the big crunch ...
Michael Douglas... Roosevelt, First Lady of New York Anna Morton, actors Montgomery Clift and, actress Jane Wyatt, poet Robert Lowell, cinematographer Floyd Crosby, hi ...
Józef Piłsudski... some political leaders of the Polish insurrection movement (in particular,) sent emissaries to Japan to collaborate on sabotage and intelligence gat ...
Andrew Carnegie... h were opened on 28 June 1929. The gates which were named after the wife oflead up a to a bronze statue of Andrew Carnegie which was unveiled in 1914 ...
Helmut Haller... anks who was beaten first. A weak header from Ray Wilson handed a chance towhose shot was not fierce but was on target and needed dealing with. Banks ...
T. S. Eliot... for Aylesbury. Later authors include Jerome K. Jerome who lived at Marlow,who also lived at Marlow, Roald Dahl who lived at Great Missenden, Enid Bl ...
Claudette Colbert... ptation on videotape of The Bells of St. Mary's was shown in 1959, starring, Marc Connelly, Glenda Farrell, Nancy Marchand, Barbara Myers, Robert Pre ...
Jacob Bronowski... ulian Barratt, Stanley Baxter, Andy Bell, Arthur Boyd, Sarah Blackwood, Sir, Craig Charles, Sir Clifford Curzon, Ray Davies, Noel Fielding, Roger Fry ...
Marija Gimbutas... and Northern Europe. This hypothesis contradicted the work of archaeologistwho, as early as 1958 in an article entitled "Culture Change in Europe at ...
Lennox LewisIn May 2005, King was sued by, who wanted $385 million from the promoter, claiming King used threats to ...
Haim Bar-Lev... yeret Kharuv, an anti-terror battalion, at the time when IDF Chief of Staffhad begun to focus IDF manpower and budget on armoured tank units, resulti ...
Karl Popper... o you. Their tastes may not be the same" (Maxims for Revolutionists; 1903).wrote: "The golden rule is a good standard which is further improved by do ...
Tim Berners-LeeIn 1980, physicist, who was a contractor at CERN, proposed and prototyped ENQUIRE, a system ...
Jacques Derrida... t to problematize human relationships to knowledge and 'objective' reality.argued that access to meaning and the 'real' was always deferred, and soug ...
Alfred Molina... John Moffatt, Albert Finney, Sir Peter Ustinov, Sir Ian Holm, Tony Randall,and David Suchet
René Descartes... nds occupy a different category of beings from physical objects. Some, like, have thought that this is so (this view is known as dualism, and functio ...
Dan Aykroyd... tioned in the classic comedy The Blues Brothers. Elwood Blues (as played by) explains that his brother Jake (John Belushi) was in prison for holding ...
Terry GilliamA film, directed by, was planned. As of 2002 Gilliam still hoped to make the film with its al ...
Jim Bridger... rapper, François Payette, roamed the area alongside other mountain men like, Peter Skene Ogden, and Jedediah Smith
Joe Hill... s and reinvigorated their cause with impromptu singing performances, e.g. "", and he was given arts and artifacts from Aborigine culture to signify t ...
Eusébio... Charlton handling the ball. Banks was finally beaten after 43 minutes whenput away the spot kick to his right. That said, England had won 2–1 and we ...
Constantine I of Greece... s made large gains. On 22 September 1922, Philip's uncle, the reigning King, was forced to abdicate, and Prince Andrew, along with others, was arrest ...
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Nicholas II of Russia... ded more fuel to the already simmering Russian Revolution of 1905, an eventhad hoped to avoid entirely by taking intransigent negotiating stances pri ...
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Stepan Bandera... sassin Bohdan Stashynsky killed Ukrainian nationalist leaders Lev Rebet andwith a spray gun that fired a jet of poison gas from a crushed cyanide amp ...
Gregory NagyLaos has been construed by, following Leonard Palmer, to mean a corps of soldiers, a muster. With th ...
Daniel Burnham... Chicago Park District, is the only lakefront structure to be built based on's 1909 Plan of Chicago. The island was to be populated by trees and grass ...
Song Chong-Gug... layer Shinji Ono was a key player at the club, and also in South Korea whenplayed for Feyenoord
André Previn... i Aho's Concerto (2005), John Harbison's Concerto for Bass Viol (2006), and's Double Concerto for violin, double bass, and orchestra (2007)
Benjamin Foulois... aining names of the field's customers, including Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart,, and Jimmy Doolittle. Doolittle, awarded the Medal of Honor for his 1942 ...
Cristiano Ronaldo... r Hugo Sánchez for most goals scored in a single season with 38 goals untilbroke that record and set the new record at 41 goals
Terry Pratchett... of his novel Good Omens "is in the works from Terry Jones." with a link to's webpage confirming the news
Shimon Peres... strongly with the Labour governments of 1992–1996 (led by Yitzhak Rabin and) and 1999–2001 (Ehud Barak), however, he looked favourably on the Netanya ...
Sir Bobby Robson... luding Kevin Keegan (who had also served the club as a player) and the late, who both also managed the England team
Richard BurtonHe was a close friend of actor, whom he met at Oxford University
Henry Morgenthau... Armenians by the Turks. Among them there are Armin T. Wegner, Hedvig Büll,, Franz Werfel, Johannes Lepsius, James Bryce, Anatole France, Giacomo Gor ...
Zelda Rubinstein... a group of parapsychologists and a spiritual medium named Tangina Barrons (). Carol Anne is eventually retrieved from the other side and, following a ...
Augustus Saint-Gaudens... eum that includes the first U.S. planetarium. The site also features one ofmost famous outdoor bronze statues, The Puritan, depicting early Springfie ...
John Wesley Powell... tales strengthened their credibility. In 1869, one-armed Civil War veteranled an expedition from Green River Station in Wyoming, aiming to run the t ...
Henry Wise WoodThe most important Canadian theorist was an American immigrant,, president of the United Farmers of Alberta (UFA) during that movement's ...
Lukas Foss... an, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio,, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby La ...
Andrew Carnegie... ere named after the wife of Andrew Carnegie lead up a to a bronze statue ofwhich was unveiled in 1914 to a crowd of 20,000
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Madeleine Albright... residential appointees. However, he worked smoothly with Secretary of State
Olivia de Havilland... The Letter to which Davis nodded. Jane Fonda, Henry Fonda, Natalie Wood andwere among the actors who paid tribute, with de Havilland commenting that ...
Imre Lakatos... od at the London School of Economics and there lectured and influenced bothand Paul Feyerabend, two of the foremost philosophers of science in the ne ...
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Douglas G. Hurley... ate Harold Rosen, who invented the geosynchronous communications satellite., NASA astronaut and pilot of mission STS-127, became the first alumnus to ...
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