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Andy Devine : Issue 2

By: Fawcett Magazine

...Description: Andrew Andy Devine (1905 ? 1977) was an American character actor and comic cowboy sidekick known for his raspy voice. Devine also worked in radio. He is well-remembered for his role as Jingles, Guy Madison's sidekick in The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok, which Devine and Madison reprised on television. He appeared in more than 400 films and had the rare abili...

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1951 in film

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...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1951. Films should not be included directly in this category bu... ...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1951. Films should not be included directly in this category but should app... ...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1951. Films should not be included directly in this category but should appear in... .... Films should not be included directly in this category but should appear in the corresponding subcategory Category:1951 films. ... ... this category but should appear in the corresponding subcategory Category:1951 films. Subcategor... ... category but should appear in the corresponding subcategory Category:1951 films. Subcategories ... ... 1951 film festivals ... ... 1951 film festivals ... ... Pages in category "1951 in film" The following 2 pages are in this category, ou...

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Project Mercury a Chronology

By: Nasa

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... .............................................................................11 1951 ....................................................................... ... March 1944 through December 1957 • 1944 ¤ 1946 ¤ 1947 ¤ 1948 ¤ 1949 ¤ 1951 ¤ 1952 ¤ Between 1952—1956 ¤ 1953 ¤ 1954 ¤ 1955 ¤ During 1955—... ...olely for peaceful purposes, and all major events have been fully documented in the public news media, including television coverage of each manned la... ...pe Canaveral, Florida. Emme, Aeronautics and Astronautics: 1915—1960, p. 62. 1951 January 16 The Government decided to resume MX−774 studies, and the ... ...y−Atlas 6 (MA−6) manned orbital mission. (See fig. 59.) Instruction included films, briefings, auxiliary flotation collar deployment, and jumps from a... ...tlas 7 (MA−7) manned orbital mission recovery area. Instruction consisted of films, briefings, exercises in deploying the auxiliary flotation collar, ... ...e 64. MA−8 ditty bag contents: 1. Camera (see text), 2. Photometer, 3. Color film magazine, 4. Film magazine, 5. Food containers, 6. Dosimeter, 7. Mot...

...ificance is the fact that Project Mercury was conceived and carried out solely for peaceful purposes, and all major events have been fully documented in the public news media, including television coverage of each manned launch from Cape Canaveral....

..., 8 -- Major Events Leading to Project Mercury, 9 -- March 1944 through December 1957, 9 -- 1944, 9 -- 1946, 9 -- 1947, 10 -- 1948, 10 -- 1949, 11 -- 1951, 11 -- 1952, 11 -- Between 1952?1956, 12 -- 1953, 13 -- 1954, 13 -- 1955, 14 -- During 1955?1956, 15 -- 1956, 15 -- 1957, 16 -- PART I (B), 21 -- Major Events Leading to Project Mercury, 22 -- January 1958 through Octobe...

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1951

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... Years: 1948 1949 1950 – 1951 – 1952 1953 1954 ... ...– 1952 1953 1954 1951 in other calendars Gregorian calendar ... ... Gregorian calendar 1951 MCMLI Ab urb... ... 1951 (MCMLI) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar... ...North Korean forces capture Seoul for the second time (they had lost Seoul in the Second Battle of Seoul in September 1950). ... ...ndonment of the Tanganyika groundnut scheme for the cultivation of peanuts in the Tanganyika Territory with the writing off of £36.5M debt.[1] ... ... begins. March 9 – United Artists releases sci-fi film The Man from Planet X. March 12 – Hank Ketcha... .... April 29 – RKO releases the Howard Hawks sci-fi film, The Thing (From Another World). May ... ...tern United States. MGM's Technicolor film version of Show Boat, starring Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, and Howar...

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Blue Lagoon, The

By: H. De Vere Stacpoole

...h Pacific island. This beautiful story of adventure and innocent love was H.D. Stacpoole’s most popular work. Parents who may have seen the Hollywood film need not be anxious about the book's suitability for kids -- the author's treatment of adolescent sexuality is almost mystical and very mild. The story of The Blue Lagoon (1908) continues in The Garden of God (1923) and ...

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Darna (1951 film)

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... 31 May 1951 (1951-05-31) ... ...Tagalog / Filipino Darna is the first film featuring the Filipino comics character Darna. The film was released o... ...ring the Filipino comics character Darna. The film was released on May 31, 1951 by Royal Films. It was directed by Fernando Poe, Sr. and was written b... ...ino comics character Darna. The film was released on May 31, 1951 by Royal Films. It was directed by Fernando Poe, Sr. and was written by Mars Ravelo,... ... Categories 1951 films Philippine films Phi... ... Categories 1951 films Philippine films Philippi...

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Alan Ladd in Santiago : Dell Four Colour Comic 723 : Issue 723

By: Dell Comics

...Description: Adventures of Alan Ladd was a nine-issue series of comic books published by DC Comics from 1949 to 1951. The stories featured Alan Ladd in a variety of adventurous situations....

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Rhubarb (1951 film)

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... Release dates 1951 Running time ... ... English Rhubarb is a 1951 film adapted from the 1946 novel Rhubarb by humorist H. Allen Smith. D... ... English Rhubarb is a 1951 film adapted from the 1946 novel Rhubarb by humorist H. Allen Smith. Direct... ...as T.J. Banner Reception The film earned an estimated $1.45 million at the US box office in 1951.[1] ... ... The film earned an estimated $1.45 million at the US box office in 1951.[1] Awards Orangey won PATSY... ... The film earned an estimated $1.45 million at the US box office in 1951.[1] Awards Orangey won PATSY Aw... ... Top Star of the Year, the animal version of an Oscar) for his appearances in both Rhubarb and Breakfast at Tiffany's, the only cat so far to win more... ... Strother Martin and Leonard Nimoy have uncredited roles in this film. The film was released on DVD by Legend Fi... ... Strother Martin and Leonard Nimoy have uncredited roles in this film. The film was released on DVD by Legend Films on J...

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Alan Ladd in the Big Land : Dell Four Colour Comic 812 : Issue 812

By: Dell Comics

...Description: Adventures of Alan Ladd was a nine-issue series of comic books published by DC Comics from 1949 to 1951. The stories featured Alan Ladd in a variety of adventurous situations....

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Malliswari (1951 film)

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...tudios Release dates 1951 ... ... Language Telugu Malliswari is a 1951 Telugu musical film directed by B.... ... Telugu Malliswari is a 1951 Telugu musical film directed by B. N. Reddi and produc... ... directed by B. N. Reddi and produced by Vauhini Studios, with songs penned by Devulapalli Krishnasastri. This film is based on Buchi Babu’s radio pla... ... film is based on Buchi Babu’s radio play Rayala Karunakrutyam.[1] The film is considered as a timeless Indian film classic[2] It is the first Telugu ... ... like Asia Pacific Film Festival. The film had a public re-release with thirteen prints and Chinese subtitles, in Beijing, on 14, March 1953,[3] ... ...h 1953,[3] B. N. Reddy recalls: "When I went to Hampi to shoot my first film Vande Mataram in 1939, I was deeply attracted to Sri ... ... Rani Vasam. She was forced to accept this, for lure of money and jewellery by her mother. But she was already in love with her 'Bava' Nagaraju (N.T. ... ...by Saluri Rajeswara Rao Released 1951 ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 78

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Awara (1951 film)

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... Distributed by RK Films, Chembur Release dates... ... Release dates 1951 Running time ... ... (Hindi: आवारा Āvārā, meaning "Tramp"; also written Awāra and Awaara) is a 1951 Hindi film directed and produced by Raj Kapoor who also plays the lead... ...ारा Āvārā, meaning "Tramp"; also written Awāra and Awaara) is a 1951 Hindi film directed and produced by Raj Kapoor who also plays the leading role. M... ...ter. Prithiviraj's father Dewan Bashwanath Kapoor also played a cameo role in his only film appearance. The film centers on the in... ...iraj's father Dewan Bashwanath Kapoor also played a cameo role in his only film appearance. The film centers on the intertwining l... ... the intertwining lives of poor Raj (Kapoor) and privileged Rita (Nargis). In the film, Kapoor's poor, innocent "little tramp" character references Ch... ...ttle tramp" character references Charlie Chaplin and was further developed in other Kapoor films such as Shri 420. The film became... ...cis, 2010,   ^ a b "Awards for Awaara (1951)".   ^ "Awaara 'most successful' f...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 167

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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1951 Cannes Film Festival

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 61

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Scrooge (1951 film)

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...t, with a screenplay by Noel Langley. It was released as A Christmas Carol in the United States. The film also features Kathleen Harrison in an accla... ...l Langley. It was released as A Christmas Carol in the United States. The film also features Kathleen Harrison in an acclaimed turn as Mrs. Dilber, S... ...amuel Wilkins, a debtor, Jack Warner as Mr. Jorkin, a role created for the film, Ernest Thesiger as Marley's undertaker and Patrick Macnee as a young ... ...tor, by reading portions of Dickens' words at the beginning and end of the film; he also appears on-screen as one of the businessmen cynically discuss... ...ically discussing Scrooge's funeral. Comparison with the source material In the film, Mrs. Dilber is the name of the charwoman, whereas in the book ... ... laundress was named Mrs. Dilber. The charwoman's role is greatly expanded in the film, to the point that she receives second billing in the list of c... ...he 1938 A Christmas Carol, which did premiere at Radio City. Instead, the 1951 film premiered at the Guild Theatre (near the Music Hall, and not to b... ...confused with the Guild Theatre which showcased plays) on Halloween night, 1951. The U.S. reviews were mixed and the film was a box office disappointm... ...ilm received a favourable notice from The New York Times when it opened in 1951, , Bosley Crowther, The New York Times, November 29, 1951 and a mixed ...

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The Lone Ranger Western Treasury: Issue 1

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Show Boat (1951 film)

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...Show Boat is a 1951 American musical romantic drama film based on the stage musical of the same name by Jerome Kern (music)... ...stein II (script and lyrics), and the 1926 novel by Edna Ferber . This 1951 film version was adapted for the screen by John Lee Mahin, and was di... ... II (script and lyrics), and the 1926 novel by Edna Ferber . This 1951 film version was adapted for the screen by John Lee Mahin, and was directe... ... for the screen by John Lee Mahin, and was directed by George Sidney . Filmed previously in 1929 and in 1936, this third adaptation of Show Bo... ... John Lee Mahin, and was directed by George Sidney . Filmed previously in 1929 and in 1936, this third adaptation of Show Boat was shot in Te... ...d in 1936, this third adaptation of Show Boat was shot in Technicolor in the typical MGM lavish style. The film stars Kathryn Grayson, Ava Ga... ...lm, none of the members of the original Broadway cast of the show appeared in this version. The 1951 Show Boat was the most financially successful... ... of the original Broadway cast of the show appeared in this version. The 1951 Show Boat was the most financially successful of the film adaptation... ...nd returns to Magnolia, with whom he is reconciled. Adaptation For the 1951 Show Boat, Oscar Hammerstein II's dialogue was almost completely thro...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 67

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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M (1951 film)

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...M is a 1951 American remake of Fritz Lang's film of the same name directed by Joseph Losey. This version shifts the act... ... Seymour Nebenzal, whose son Harold Nebenzal was associate producer of the 1951 version.. Plot In this Americanized remake of the 1931 German film of... ...ose son Harold Nebenzal was associate producer of the 1951 version.. Plot In this Americanized remake of the 1931 German film of the same name, both ... ...of the 1951 version.. Plot In this Americanized remake of the 1931 German film of the same name, both the police and the criminal underworld stalk a ... ...oyd as SutroWalter Burke as MacMahanJim Backus as The Mayor Locations The film was shot on location in downtown Los Angeles, including the now demoli... ...s MacMahanJim Backus as The Mayor Locations The film was shot on location in downtown Los Angeles, including the now demolished slum neighborhood of ... ...venue known as the Max Heindel house, because Heindel, a famous astrologer in the early twentieth century, had once lived there. Some scenes were shot... ...irection has captured the gruesome theme skilfully.". Staff, film review, 1951. Accessed: July 17, 2013.* Trial movies* M informational site and DVD...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 131

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Smart Alec (1951 film)

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...Smart Alec, aka Smart Aleck, is a 1951 pornographic film . The X-rated silent short, which is no more t... ...Smart Alec, aka Smart Aleck, is a 1951 pornographic film . The X-rated silent short, which is no more than 20 minutes in l... ...hic film . The X-rated silent short, which is no more than 20 minutes in length and was filmed in black-and-white, was one of the most famous an... ...rated silent short, which is no more than 20 minutes in length and was filmed in black-and-white, was one of the most famous and widely circulate... ...a. It has been called "iconographic", "the best known of all American stag films", and the "apogee of the American stag tradition". The leading actr... ... . Barr was working as a prostitute at the time, and was forced to feature in the film by one of her clients. At the time there was a false rumour tha... ...se rumour that the man was Gary Crosby, son of Bing Crosby . It was shot in a Dallas hotel, which was the setting for several other pornographic sho...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 75

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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The Idiot (1951 film)

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...cted by Akira Kurosawa. Plot After narrowly escaping death during efforts in a recent war, Kameda returns to Japan from Okinawa, where he has been co... ... he becomes acquainted with the wealthy Akama. Inadvertently, the two fall in love with the same woman, Taeko; in addition, Kameda is attracted to Aya... ...sheartened to find that she is another man's mistress. He offers her money in return for her love, but she throws the money into a fire and gives hers... ...Setsuko Hara as Taeko NasuYoshiko Kuga as Ayako Production background The film is based on the novel The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky, and was filmed i... ...n black and white at an aspect ratio of 1.37:1. This was Kurosawa's second film for the Shochiku studio, after the previous year's Scandal. Original... ... after the previous year's Scandal. Originally intended to be a two-part film with a running time of 265 minutes, the film was severely cut at the r...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 44

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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The Racket (1951 film)

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...The Racket is a 1951 is a black-and-white film noir drama directed by John Cromwell with uncredited directing help... ..., Lizabeth Scott, Robert Ryan, William Conrad and Ray Collins .. The film, a remake of the 1928 film The Racket , is based on the Bartlett Co... ...on the Bartlett Cormack play. ( Edward G. Robinson played the racketeer in the original Broadway production.) Plot The plot is very close to t... ...Quigg not only wants to nail Scanlon, but also stop all the mob corruption in the city – without getting himself or his witness killed. Cast Rober... ...to Vuolo as Tony, Nick's Barber Reception Critical response When the film was released, film critic Bosley Crowther panned the film. He wrote,... ...lm was released, film critic Bosley Crowther panned the film. He wrote, "In this consummation, however, the conflict of cop and crook is conspicuous... ...life to the activities.". The New York Times , film review, December 13, 1951. Accessed: July 17, 2013. Variety magazine, on the other hand, ga... ... crashes, and gunplay between the forces of good and evil.". Staff review, 1951. Accessed: July 17, 2013. Writing recently, critic Dennis Schwartz wa...

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The Lone Ranger's Horse, Silver: Issue 5

By: Gaylord Dubois

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Strictly Dishonorable (1951 film)

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...Strictly Dishonorable is a 1951 romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Melvin Frank... ...Strictly Dishonorable is a 1951 romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Melvin Frank and Norman Panama, a... ...rman Panama, and starring Ezio Pinza and Janet Leigh . It is the second film to be based on Preston Sturges ' 1929 hit Broadway play of the same ... ...ton Sturges ' 1929 hit Broadway play of the same name after a pre-Code film released by Universal Pictures in 1931 with the same title . Plot... ...of the same name after a pre-Code film released by Universal Pictures in 1931 with the same title . Plot In New York in the 1920s, amorous op... ... Mississippi who is his biggest fan. When a news photographer catches them in a kiss, it is proposed that they get married in name only to avoid a sca... ...d that they get married in name only to avoid a scandal. Isabelle, who is in love with Gus, agrees to the charade, hoping that he will eventually fal... .... Strictly Dishonorable was in production from mid-January to mid-March 1951, TCM and was released on 3 July of that year.IMDB Adaptations Lu...

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The Lone Ranger to the Rescue: Novel

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Cloudburst (1951 film)

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...Cloudburst is a 1951 British drama film, directed by Francis Searle, starring Robert Preston and featuring ... ..., and later the author of a memoir about his wartime work, (1998). The film is about a World War II veteran, a former operative for the SOE, wh...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 109

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Detective Story (1951 film)

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... Detective Story is a 1951 film noir which tells the story of one day in the lives of the various... ... Detective Story is a 1951 film noir which tells the story of one day in the lives of the various people who populate a police detective squa... ...m Bendix, and Cathy O'Donnell . Both Lee Grant and Joseph Wiseman perform in their film debuts. The movie was adapted by Robert Wyler and Phil... ... and Cathy O'Donnell . Both Lee Grant and Joseph Wiseman perform in their film debuts. The movie was adapted by Robert Wyler and Philip Yordan... ... An embittered cop, Det. Jim McLeod (Douglas), leads a precinct of characters in their grim daily battle with the city's lowlife. Little does he rea... ...oung petty embezzler, a pair of burglars, and a naive shoplifter . Plot The film begins with the arrest of a shoplifter ( Lee Grant ) and her booki... ...might have cast a sharper dame.". The New York Times, film review, November 7, 1951. Last accessed: December 26, 2007. Critic James Steffen apprecia... .../Category !! Recipient !! Result colspan=4 align="center" Academy Awards 1951 Best Actress in a Leading Role Eleanor Parker Nominated 1951... ... Nominated 1951 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Lee Grant Nominated 1951 Best Director William Wyler Nominated 1951 Best Writing, S...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 81

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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The Enforcer (1951 film)

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...The Enforcer (aka Murder, Inc.) is an American 1951 black-and-white film noir directed by Bretaigne Windust with uncredite... ...The Enforcer (aka Murder, Inc.) is an American 1951 black-and-white film noir directed by Bretaigne Windust with uncredited help from Raoul Wal... ...taigne Windust with uncredited help from Raoul Walsh, who shot most of the film's suspenseful moments, including the ending.. The production, largely ... ...phrey Bogart and based on the Murder, Inc. trials. Plot The action is set in an unnamed American city and is told mainly in flashback, and flashbacks... ..."burn you a dozen times". Ferguson is bound and determined to get Mendoza "in the electric chair" and stresses to Rico that Mendoza will "die, he's go... ...Rico was the only evidence Ferguson had against Mendoza who will walk away in the morning as a free man. However he believes that something else came ... ...ing the beginning of shooting, so Raoul Walsh was brought in to finish the film. Walsh refused to take the credit, calling it Windust's work. This wa... ... suspense values, and the tension builds constantly.". Staff, film review, 1951. Accessed: July 16, 2013. Noir analysis Film critic Dennis Schwartz q...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 59

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Quo Vadis (1951 film)

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... Quo Vadis is a 1951 American epic film made by MGM in Technicolor . It was directed by Mervyn LeRoy ... ... Quo Vadis is a 1951 American epic film made by MGM in Technicolor . It was directed by Mervyn LeRoy and produced by Sa... ...y by Robert Surtees and William V. Skall . The title refers to an incident in the Acts of Peter ; see Quo Vadis? . The film stars Robert Taylo... ...The title refers to an incident in the Acts of Peter ; see Quo Vadis? . The film stars Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Leo Genn, Peter Ustinov, wi... ..., Finlay Currie, Felix Aylmer and Abraham Sofaer . Sophia Loren was cast in the movie as an (uncredited) extra, and Sergio Leone worked on it as... ...xture of actual historical figures and situations and fictionalized ones. The film tells the story of a Roman military commander, Marcus Vinicius ( R... ...grossed $30 million at the box office, making it the highest grossing film of 1951 . Awards Quo Vadis was nominated for eight Academy Awards : twic...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 123

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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Five (1951 film)

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...Five is a 1951 post-apocalyptic science fiction film produced, directed and written by Arch Oboler . The title refers to ... ... human race. According to Robert Osborne of Turner Classic Movies, this film is the first to depict the aftermath of such a catastrophe. Plot Ro... ...g chimney. Oliver P. Barnstaple (Earl Lee) is an elderly bank clerk who is in denial; he believes he is simply on vacation. He has been taken care of ... ...ured African American. They survived because they were accidentally locked in a bank vault when the disaster occurred. Roseanne was in a hospital's le... ...red. Roseanne was in a hospital's lead-lined X-ray room, while Michael was in an elevator in the Empire State Building . Barnstaple sickens, but se... ...staple Production The unusual house that is the setting for most of the film was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and owned by Arch Oboler. Recep...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 47

By: Fran Striker

...how, toys thru the years, s series of novels published from 1936 to 1956, two daily comic strips (1938-71 and 1981-84), and even a recent video game. In 1948 Dell Comics launched a comic book series which lasted 145 issues. This originally consisted of reprints from the newspaper strips (as had all previous comic book appearances of the character, in various titles from Da...

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