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Project Mercury a Chronology

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...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 Between 1952—1956 ....................................................................... .................................................................14 During 1955—1956 ....................................................................... .............................................................................15 1956 ....................................................................... ...olely for peaceful purposes, and all major events have been fully documented in the public news media, including television coverage of each manned la... ...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....

...t 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 October 1, 1958, 22 -- 1958, 22 -- PART II ...

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1956 in film

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...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1956. Films should not be included directly in this category bu... ...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1956. Films should not be included directly in this category but should app... ...Film events and Films originally released in the year 1956. 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:1956 films. ... ... this category but should appear in the corresponding subcategory Category:1956 films. Subcategor... ... category but should appear in the corresponding subcategory Category:1956 films. Subcategories ... ... 1956 film festivals ... ... 1956 film festivals ... ... Pages in category "1956 in film" The following 2 pages are in this category, ou...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 78

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...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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1956

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... Years: 1953 1954 1955 – 1956 – 1957 1958 1959 ... ...– 1957 1958 1959 1956 in other calendars Gregorian calendar ... ... Gregorian calendar 1956 MCMLVI Ab ur... ... 1956 (MCMLVI) was a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar ... ... January 1 – The Anglo-Egyptian Condominium ends in Sudan. January 3 ... .... January 26 – The 1956 Winter Olympic Games open in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. February ... ...e than four months after the release of the 70mm version of Oklahoma!, the film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, starring Gordon MacRae ... ...h 11 – After having opened in London the previous year, Laurence Olivier's film, Richard III, adapted from Shakespeare's play, has its U.S. premiere i... ...g high prices, killing 53 people. The film version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's The King and I, starring Deborah ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 167

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Lost (1956 film)

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... Lost A poster bearing the film's alternative title: Tears for Sim... ...es Distributed by J. Arthur Rank Film Distributors (UK) Repub... ...es (US) Release dates 31 January 1956 ... ... English Lost (also called Tears for Simon) is a 1956 British thriller film directed by ... ... English Lost (also called Tears for Simon) is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Guy Green. It is set i... ... Lost (also called Tears for Simon) is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Guy Green. It is set in 1950s London, and revolves around th... ... River Beat (1954) Lost (1956) ... ... The Mark (1961) Light in the Piazza (1962) ... ... The Magus (1968) A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970) ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 61

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Mitsou (1956 film)

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... Mitsou (or Mitsou ou Comment l'esprit vient aux filles...) is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and star... ... Mitsou (or Mitsou ou Comment l'esprit vient aux filles...) is a 1956 French comedy film directed by Jacqueline Audry and starring Danièle Delorm... ...èle Delorme, Fernand Gravey and François Guérin.[1] A music hall singer becomes involved in a love triangle with an older wealthy man and a young army... ...Colette. The title role is played by Danièle Delorme who had previously appeared as Gigi in the 1949 film adaptation of Collete's work Gigi which was ... ... title role is played by Danièle Delorme who had previously appeared as Gigi in the 1949 film adaptation of Collete's work Gigi which was also directe... ... Categories 1956 films French films ... ... Categories 1956 films French films ...

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The Lone Ranger Western Treasury: Issue 1

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Eyewitness (1956 film)

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...nisation Release dates 14 August 1956 ... ... Language English Eyewitness is a 1956 British thriller film directed by ... ... English Eyewitness is a 1956 British thriller film directed by Muriel Box and starrin... ...t After an argument with her husband, Lucy Church storms out of her house and goes to see a film at the local cinema. While coming ... ...cross the office where she witnesses the murder of the cinema manager by two criminals Wade and Barney who are in the process of robbing the cinema's ... ...the town searching for her. At the hospital the medical staff attend to Lucy and place her in a quiet ward although she has yet to... ... if she lives she would be able to identify him and he would be hanged for murder and he decides to murder her in spite of the protests of his partner... ... ^ http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/32690 ^ http://www.britmovie.co.uk/films/Eyewitness_1956/ ... ... FOR STAR.". The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - 1982) (1933 - 1982: National Library of Australia). 4 April 1956. p. 52. Retrieved 10 July 201...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 67

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Comanche (1956 film)

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... Release dates March, 1956 Running time ... ... $1.15 million (US)[1] Comanche is a 1956 western film directed by George Sherman and starring Dana Andrews. The... ...on (US)[1] Comanche is a 1956 western film directed by George Sherman and starring Dana Andrews. The film has a t... ...xternal links Plot In 1875, near Durango, Mexico, a group of renegade Comanche attack a peacef... ...standing hatred and the profitable business of scalp-hunting does not help in resolving the conflict. Read is sent to negotiate with the Comanche chie... ...rvene and threaten to attack Black Cloud. Vengeful Black Cloud kills Ward. In the ensuing battle, Read kills Downey and Black Cloud and peace is resto... ... Reception Critical response The film received some good reviews with the location work in Durango, Mexico m... ... the location work in Durango, Mexico much praised.[3] Film critic Dennis Schwartz liked the film and wrote, "George Sherman direc... ...ces ^ 'The Top Box-Office Hits of 1956', Variety Weekly, January 2, 1957 ^ War...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 131

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Smiley (1956 film)

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...ion company London Films Distribute... ... Release dates 28 June 1956 (UK) Running time ... ...0[1][2] Smiley is an American-British film made in 1956 and set in Australia. It tells the story of a young Austr... ... Smiley is an American-British film made in 1956 and set in Australia. It tells the story of a young Australian boy ... ... Smiley is an American-British film made in 1956 and set in Australia. It tells the story of a young Australian boy who... ... on the 1945 novel of the same name by Moore Raymond who also co-wrote the film. Contents ... ... Plot Smiley is a mischievous boy who lives in the small country town of Murrumbilla. His father is an alcoholic drover... ... Smiley takes on various odd jobs but keeps getting involved in pranks. He unwittingly helps the local publican, Jim Rankin, sell opium ... ... Smiley (1956) Sm...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 75

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Night School (1956 film)

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 44

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Shadow (1956 film)

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...a 1956 Polish film directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival. Plot The plot involves a Rashōmon-like investig... ...h film directed by Jerzy Kawalerowicz. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival. Plot The plot involves a Rashōmon-like investigation into t... ...ther his identity, three accounts emerge: one set during World War II, one in the immediate aftermath of the war, and one in contemporary Poland. In e... ...tions, who set himself against the powers that be. Critics attacked the film for its depiction of a world rife with secret agents and hidden enemie... ...ith secret agents and hidden enemies—a favorite Stalinist theme— while the film seems, rather, to demonstrate how heroism and villainy are often matte...

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The Lone Ranger's Horse, Silver: Issue 5

By: Gaylord Dubois

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Hot Shots (1956 film)

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...Hot Shots is a 1956 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys . The film was released on December 23, 195... ...dy film starring The Bowery Boys . The film was released on December 23, 1956 by Monogram Pictures and is the forty-third film in the series. It w... ...eleased on December 23, 1956 by Monogram Pictures and is the forty-third film in the series. It was directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Jac... ...ed on December 23, 1956 by Monogram Pictures and is the forty-third film in the series. It was directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Jack Tow... ...y Walker as Capt. W.K. Wells Home media Warner Archives released the film on made to order DVD in the United States as part of "The Bowery Bo... ...s Home media Warner Archives released the film on made to order DVD in the United States as part of "The Bowery Boys, Volume Three" on Octobe...

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The Lone Ranger to the Rescue: Novel

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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1956 Cannes Film Festival

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 109

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Nightmare (1956 film)

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...Nightmare is a 1956 psychological thriller film noir starring Edward G. Robinson . The story is based on a novel by... ... by William Irish (aka Cornell Woolrich ). The book also became a 1947 film, Fear in the Night . Plot New Orleans big band clarinetist Sta... ...Irish (aka Cornell Woolrich ). The book also became a 1947 film, Fear in the Night . Plot New Orleans big band clarinetist Stan Grayson has... ... . Plot New Orleans big band clarinetist Stan Grayson has a nightmare in which he sees himself in a mirrored room, killing a man. He awakens to f... ...ns to find blood on himself, bruises on his neck, and a key from the dream in his hand. Grayson goes to his brother-in-law, police detective Rene Bre... ... series Thriller in the early 1960s. He directed both versions of the film. Billy May and His Orchestra perform in this version. Even though ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 81

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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The Killers (1956 film)

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...The Killers (, translit.   Ubiytsy ) is a 1956 student film by the Soviet and Russia n film director Andrei Tarko... ...The Killers (, translit.   Ubiytsy ) is a 1956 student film by the Soviet and Russia n film director Andrei Tarkovsky and his... ... Tarkovsky and his fellow students Marika Beiku and Aleksandr Gordon. The film is based on the short story "The Killers" by Ernest Hemingway, writ... ... is based on the short story "The Killers" by Ernest Hemingway, written in 1927. It was Tarkovsky's first film, produced when he was a student at ... ...Killers" by Ernest Hemingway, written in 1927. It was Tarkovsky's first film, produced when he was a student at the State Institute of Cinematogra... ...li Fait) observing two gangster s (Valentin Vinogradov and Boris Novikov) in black coats and black hats entering a small-town diner where Adams is ea... ... The second scene shows Nick Adams visiting Ole Andreson (Vasili Shukshin) in his hide-out, a small room. He warns Andreson about the two gangsters, b...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 59

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Slightly Scarlet (1956 film)

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...Slightly Scarlet is a 1956 American film noir based on James M. Cain 's novel Love's Lovely Counterfeit. Th... ...Love's Lovely Counterfeit. The movie was directed by Allan Dwan, and the film's cinematography was shot in widescreen by noted cameraman John A... ...ovie was directed by Allan Dwan, and the film's cinematography was shot in widescreen by noted cameraman John Alton .. The picture tells the st... ... must go back to jail. Caspar returns for revenge and finds Dorothy alone in the beach house. She throws herself at Caspar and his money, not even mi... ...before he can leave. The police enter the house and arrest Caspar with gun in hand. A lifeless Ben is taken to the hospital, as June and Dorothy foll... ... Ted de Corsia as Solly Caspar Buddy Baer as Lenhardt Background The film was made when prolific director Allan Dwan was seventy years old. Dwa... ... to get control of the gang.. The New York Times, film review, March 17, 1956. Last accessed: December 4, 2007. Noted critic and filmmaker Jean-L... ... was kinder to the film, placing it fifth in his list of the best films of 1956 in Cahiers du Cinema .. * List of American films of 1956 S...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 123

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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High Society (1956 film)

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... High Society is a 1956 American musical comedy film directed by Charles Walters and starring Bing Crosby, Grace K... ...les Walters and starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra . The film was produced by Sol C. Siegel for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and shot... ... . The film was produced by Sol C. Siegel for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and shot in VistaVision and Technicolor, with music and lyrics by Cole Porte... ... Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry, with a screenplay by John Patrick, the film is about a successful popular jazz musician who tries to win back ... ...unters additional competition from an undercover tabloid reporter, who is also in love with his ex-wife, who now must choose between three very differ... ...rom wealthy Newport, Rhode Island socialite Tracy Samantha Lord, but remains in love with her. She, however, is about to get married to a bland gent... ...favorite for improvisations. Release Critical reception Opening on July 17, 1956, High Society garnered mixed reviews, often being compared as a le... ...e, High Society was a success. It was one of the 10 highest grossing films of 1956, with a gross of $6.25 million.'The Top Box-Office Hits of 1956', ... ...amous Academy Award gaffes in its history. High Society was nominated in the 1956 Academy Awards for Best Motion Picture Story, even though the mov...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 47

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Early Spring (1956 film)

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...pany by beginning an affair with a fellow office worker (Keiko Kishi). The film also deals with the hardships of the salaryman lifestyle. "I wanted, "... ...." With a runtime of 144 minutes, Early Spring is Ozu's longest surviving film, and his penultimate shot in black and white. Plot Office worker Shoj... ...es, Early Spring is Ozu's longest surviving film, and his penultimate shot in black and white. Plot Office worker Shoji Sugiyama (Ryō Ikebe) wakes an... ...tended by his wife, Masako (Chikage Awashima), before commuting to his job in the Tokyo office of a fire brick manufacturing company. During a hiking... ...t to come between a married couple. Aggrieved, Goldfish visits Shoji late in the night. Masako, convinced that her suspicions have foundation, demand... ... upon to assist his friend, the actress Kinuyo Tanaka, complete her second film as director, The Moon Has Risen. By the time production on Early Sprin...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 14

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Backlash (1956 film)

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...Backlash is a 1956 Technicolor film starring Richard Widmark, released by Universal-International Pictures... ...idmark would also make another western The Law and Jake Wade), and unfolds in the vein of the psychological Western (a sub-genre that has yielded many... ...n the vein of the psychological Western (a sub-genre that has yielded many films, e.g. those of Anthony Mann, with whose films this bears comparison).... ...unconventional story, written by Borden Chase, that sometimes crosses into film noir, as a colorful cast of supporting characters help or hinder the p... ...ystery. Plot Jim Slater (Richard Widmark) meets Karyl Orton (Donna Reed) in Gila Valley, Arizona. She thinks that he is searching for a gold cache b... ... thinks that he is searching for a gold cache believed to hidden somewhere in the valley. When a man with a rifle starts shooting at him, Jim wonders ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 70

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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Anastasia (1956 film)

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... Anastasia is a 1956 American historical drama film directed by Anatole Litvak . Set in interwar France, the film ... ...a is a 1956 American historical drama film directed by Anatole Litvak . Set in interwar France, the film follows the story of a suicidal amnesiac... ...However, the ultimate hurdle to their plan is the exiled Russian aristocracy — in particular the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna ( Helen Hayes ) — ... ...imacy if they wish for their scheme to succeed. The origins of Anastasia lie in a play written by Guy Bolton and Marcelle Maurette, which was in t... ...ate word with Anna/Anastasia, who subsequently elopes with Bounine. While the film does not reveal whether Anna really is the Romanov princess, a ser... ...s all her stage experience to deliver the celebrated last line, summing up the film's poignant exploration of identity and role-playing. Asked how sh...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 118

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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The Siege (1956 film)

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... The Siege (Opsada) is a Croatian film directed by Branko Marjanović. It was released in 1956. ... ... The Siege (Opsada) is a Croatian film directed by Branko Marjanović. It was released in 1956. External links ... ... The Siege (Opsada) is a Croatian film directed by Branko Marjanović. It was released in 1956. External links ... ...Siege at the Internet Movie Database Opsada, Branko Marjanović, 1956. (Croatian) Categories ... ... Articles with Croatian-language external links 1956 films Croatian films ... ... Articles with Croatian-language external links 1956 films Croatian films ... ... 1956 films Croatian films Croatian-language films Yugoslav films ...

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The Lone Ranger: Issue 86

By: Fran Striker

...erchandising treatment from the beginning ? box-top driven premiums on the radio show, 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 h...

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