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( 1973 ), Travis ' adventures finally come to an end in Britannia Hospital which sees Mick as a muckraking reporter investigating the bizarre activities of Professor Millar, played by Graham Crowden, whom he had had a run in with in O Lucky Man.
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His later novels included fixups such as The Beast ( aka Moonbeast ) ( 1963 ), Rogue Ship ( 1965 ), Quest for the Future ( 1970 ) and Supermind ( 1977 ); expanded short stories ( The Darkness on Diamondia ( 1972 ), Future Glitter ( aka Tyranopolis ) ( 1973 ); original novels such as Children of Tomorrow ( 1970 ), The Battle of Forever ( 1971 ) and The Anarchistic Colossus ( 1977 ); plus sequels to his classic works, many of which were promised, but only one of which appeared, Null-A Three ( 1984 ; originally published in French ).
Major successes include Absurd Person Singular ( 1975 ), The Norman Conquests trilogy ( 1973 ), Bedroom Farce ( 1975 ), Just Between Ourselves ( 1976 ), A Chorus of Disapproval ( 1984 ), Woman in Mind ( 1985 ), A Small Family Business ( 1987 ), Man Of The Moment ( 1988 ), House & Garden ( 1999 ) and Private Fears in Public Places ( 2004 ).
According to the 1977 constitution of the Republic of Afghanistan ( 1973 – 78 ), all Afghans are equal in rights and obligations before the law.
Highlights of the strip's final decades include " Boomchik " ( 1961 ), in which America's international prestige is saved by Mammy Yokum, " Daisy Mae Steps Out " ( 1966 ), a female-empowering tale of Daisy's brazenly audacious “ homewrecker gland ," " The Lips of Marcia Perkins " ( 1967 ), a satirical, thinly-veiled commentary on venereal disease and public health warnings, " Ignoble Savages " ( 1968 ), in which the Mob takes over Harvard, and " Corporal Crock " ( 1973 ), in which Bullmoose reveals his reactionary cartoon role model, in a tale of obsession and the fanatical world of comic book collecting.
After two successful comedy albums, Comedy Minus One ( 1973 ) and the Grammy Award-nominated A Star Is Bought ( 1975 ), Brooks left the stand-up circuit to try his hand as a filmmaker ; his first film, The Famous Comedians School, was a satiric short that appeared on PBS and was an early example of the mockumentary sub-genre.
1973 and Travis
Raymond Frank, the sheriff of Travis County from 1973 – 1980, determined that the county's law enforcement budget was better spent on more serious offenses, and skinny-dipping activities were generally ignored as long as no other laws were being broken.
The Tucson Toros had been affiliated with the Chicago White Sox ( 1969 – 72 ), the Oakland Athletics ( 1973 – 76 ), the Texas Rangers ( 1977 – 1979 ), the Houston Astros ( 1980 – 96 ), and the Milwaukee Brewers ( 1997 only, with one Diamondbacks prospect, Travis Lee, playing with them by special arrangement ).
1973: While under Betsy's care in the hospital for minor surgery, Walter Travis is murdered with an overdose of Demerol.
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The success in syndication of the original live action series and fan pressure for a Star Trek revival led to The Animated Series from 1973 – 1974, as the source of new adventures of the Enterprise crew, the next being the 1979 live-action feature film Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
Large portions of the 1973 Tom Sawyer film was filmed at the Dalton Cut-Off, especially footage that featured shots of Tom and Huck's adventures on Missouri River.
spun off an animated version called Emergency + 4 which ran on NBC Saturday mornings from 1973 to 1976, and featured four teenagers who participated in adventures with the firefighter / paramedics.
U. S. TV stations produced series such as 77 Sunset Strip ( 1958 – 1963 ); The Streets of San Francisco ( 1972 – 1977 ), starring Karl Malden and a young Michael Douglas ; Kojak ( 1973 – 1978 ), with Telly Savalas playing the lollipop-addicted police lieutenant ; Switch ( 1975 – 1978 ), with Eddie Albert playing the retired bunco cop to Robert Wagner's role as a former con man ; Charlie's Angels ( 1976 – 1981 ); Murder, She Wrote ( starting in 1984 ), about the adventures of Cabot Cove-based mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, played by Angela Lansbury.
* Hubert Cole wrote a series of three novels featuring the adventures of John Hawkwood: Hawkwood ( 1967 ), Hawkwood In Paris ( 1969 ) and Hawkwood And The Towers Of Pisa ( 1973 )
The plot involves the adventures of the owner ( played by Woody Allen ) of a health food store who is cryogenically frozen in 1973 and defrosted 200 years later in an inept totalitarian state.
In July 1973 the Diplock Commission, which had been set up to look into the security implications of Lambton and Jellicoe's adventures, concluded its section on Jellicoe ( paragraph 24 ): ... it was Lord Jellicoe's misfortune that his use of ' call girls ' happened to come to light at the particular moment that it did, when the attention of the Press was focused on the private conduct of Ministers in connection with the entirely separate case of Lord Lambton.
Running for 244 issues from 1950 through 1973, the original Strange Adventures is probably best known for introducing the character Deadman, and as an early showcase for the artwork of Neal Adams ; although it was also home to one of the last of the pre-Silver Age superheroes, Captain Comet, from 1951 – 1954, and ran a number of other notable series such as the Atomic Knights and Star Hawkins adventures.
Based on the 1973 French play of the same name by Jean Poiret, it focuses on a gay couple: Georges, the manager of a Saint-Tropez nightclub featuring drag entertainment, and Albin, his romantic partner and star attraction, and the farcical adventures that ensue when Georges's son, Jean-Michel, brings home his fiancée's ultra-conservative parents to meet them.
Dogmatix's great popularity gave rise to a line of children's books in 1973 featuring his " adventures ".
The Durdane series is a trilogy of science fiction books written by Jack Vance between 1971 and 1973, and detail the political and social adventures of Gastel Etzwane on the world Durdane.
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Ralph was a hard teacher for Earnhardt, and after Ralph died of a heart attack at his home in 1973, it took many years before Earnhardt felt as though he had finally " proven " himself to his father.
Primary drafts of the book were completed by 1970, but Hayek chose to rework his drafts and finally brought the book to publication in three volumes in 1973, 1976 and 1979.
* 1973 – " Saturday Night Massacre ": President Richard Nixon fires U. S. Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus after they refuse to fire Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox, who is finally fired by Robert Bork.
In 1973, the two states finally obtained a hearing before the United States Supreme Court on their competing claims to the Lake Erie waters.
That record will finally be broken by The Ten Commandments, which began its annual network telecasts on ABC in 1973 and is still ( 2012 ) telecast by that network.
Although the F2 cars were good ( and Lauda's test-driving skills impressed March principal Robin Herd ), March's 1972 F1 season was catastrophic and Lauda, in despair and deep debt, briefly contemplated suicide but finally took out yet another bank loan to buy his way into the BRM team in 1973.
The program began in the early 1950s, was officially sanctioned in 1953, was reduced in scope in 1964, further curtailed in 1967 and finally halted in 1973.
Brimble ( who in 1958 became the sole editor ), then to John Maddox in 1965, and finally to David Davies in 1973.
The 1973 Sunningdale Agreement, which proposed a power-sharing deal, was strongly repudiated by many Unionists and the Ulster Unionist Party who withdrew its MPs at Westminster from the Conservative whip, The proposal was finally brought down by the Loyalist Ulster Workers ' Council strike in 1974.
According to Rolling Stone, Love's unreleased 1973 LP " Black Beauty " will finally hit shelves on June 7, 2012, according to a statement released by the new label High Moon Records.
In 1973, eight years after Mrs. Mirabel Topham announced she was seeking a buyer, the racecourse was finally sold to property developer Bill Davies.
By canning squid at the end of its life, Hovden Cannery managed to outlast its neighbors, finally closing its doors in 1973 when it became the last cannery on the row to close.
This incarnation of the group lasted into 1973, when Pecchio and Sferra decided to finally move on to other projects, essentially bringing Glass Harp to an end.
It was first proposed in 1973 by Public Service of Indiana and was finally closed due to overwhelming expenditures.
He had finally gained complete control of the party, having neutralized his rivals for leadership during the Arms Crisis, and initiated Fianna Fáil's electoral comeback by securing the election of its candidate, Erskine H. Childers, as President of Ireland in 1973, defeating the odds-on favourite, the National Coalition's Tom O ' Higgins.
After more than 57, 000 dead and many more wounded, American forces withdrew in 1973 with no clear victory, and in 1975 South Vietnam was finally conquered by communist North Vietnam and unified.
The company name changed several times over the years as it was absorbed and then released by the Kodak empire, finally becoming a division of the Singer Corporation and then dissolved in 1973.
The 1973 oil crisis postponed that plan, and the new airport was finally built at Gardermoen, north of Oslo.
At the 1956 SEATO ( Southeast Asia Treaty Organization ) Ministerial Council Meeting held at Karachi, capital of Pakistan at the time, it was stated: Pakistan withdrew from SEATO on November 7, 1973, and the organization was finally dissolved in June 1977.
A ceasefire was finally attained in February 1973, following the Paris Peace Accords between the United States and North Vietnam.
The designation was first applied to a low-roof model of the Rover P5 from 1962 until 1973, but was revived by the 1992 Infiniti J30 and finally by the first model 2005 Mercedes-Benz CLS, which stands in Mercedes hierarchy between the E and S class, and has appearance of a classic coupe and sedan.
* Both Dee and Kelley appear as characters in Episode Four of the 1973 BBC / Masterpiece Theater miniseries Elizabeth R. Kelley offers Elizabeth his prophecies about the death of a prominent person ( which turns out to be Queen Mary of Scotland ) and harangues one of the conspirators against Elizabeth, hinting that he has foreseen the plot to assassinate her, finally observing the conspirator's execution for treason with a wry smile.