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* 1980 – Henry Miller, American writer ( b. 1891 )
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* 1980 – Samuel Doe takes control of Liberia in a coup d ' état, ending over 130 years of minority Americo-Liberian rule over the country.
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In the 1970s and 1980s, new concerti included Nino Rota's Divertimento for Double Bass and Orchestra ( 1973 ), Jean Françaix's Concerto ( 1975 ), Einojuhani Rautavaara's Angel Of Dusk ( 1980 ), Gian Carlo Menotti's Concerto ( 1983 ), Christopher Rouse's Concerto ( 1985 ), and Henry Brant's Ghost Nets ( 1988 ).
They include Last House on Dead End Street ( 1977 ), Paul Schrader's film Hardcore ( 1979 ), Sidney Sheldon's Bloodline ( 1979 ), the Ruggero Deodato film Cannibal Holocaust ( 1980 ), David Cronenberg's Videodrome ( 1983 ), the Nine Inch Nails film The Broken Movie ( 1993 ), the film Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer ( 1986 ), the Alejandro Amenábar film Tesis ( 1996 ), the film Strange Days ( 1995 ), the Anthony Waller film Mute Witness ( 1994 ), the Johnny Depp film The Brave ( 1997 ), the Joel Schumacher film 8mm ( 1999 ), the John Ottman film, Urban Legends: Final Cut ( 2000 ), and Fred Vogel's film August Underground ( 2001 ) and its sequels.
The film also features, as " witnesses ," interviews with the 98-year old radical educator and peace activist Scott Nearing ( 1883 – 1983 ), author Dorothy Frooks ( 1896 – 1997 ), reporter and author George Seldes ( 1890 – 1995 ), civil liberties advocate Roger Baldwin ( 1884 – 1981 ), and the American writer Henry Miller ( 1891 – 1980 ), among others.
Norm Phelps writes that the case followed the highly publicized campaign of Henry Spira in 1976 against experiments on cats being performed at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and Spira's subsequent campaign in April 1980 against the Draize test.
* UbuWeb Sound: Henry Miller ( 1891 – 1980 ), with links to MP3 files of " An Interview with Henry Miller " ( 1964 ), " Life As I See It " ( 1956 / 1961 ), and " Henry Miller Recalls and Reflects " ( 1957 )
His status was such that People magazine placed him on their " 25 Most Intriguing People of the Year " list for 1980, dubbing him " the Japanese Henry Ford.
Other major screen roles include the obsessed Nazi Colonel in The Train ( 1964 ), Strether in a 1977 TV adaptation of Henry James's novel The Ambassadors, Tobias in A Delicate Balance ( 1973 ), Professor Moroi in the film of János Nyíri's If Winter Comes ( 1980 ), for BBC Television, Mark Van Doren in Robert Redford's film Quiz Show ( 1994 ), and Thomas Danforth in Nicholas Hytner's film adaptation ( 1996 ) of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
* Ockham's Theory of Propositions: Part II of the Summa Logicae, translated by Alfred J. Freddoso and Henry Schuurman and introduced by Alfred J. Freddoso, University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, IN, 1980.
Henry Rojas performed for the Suns from the Gorilla's inception in 1980 until the end of the 1987-88 NBA season.
In 1980, he had a memorable role as future Justice Abe Fortas, to whom he bore a strong resemblance, in the made-for-television film version of Anthony Lewis ' Gideon's Trumpet, opposite Henry Fonda in an Emmy-nominated performance as Clarence Earl Gideon.
In 1980, Sir Henry Fisher was commissioned by the Council of Lloyd's to produce the foundation for a new Lloyd's Act.
A sepia-tinted black and white film version ( recently released on DVD ), starring Trevor Howard as Sir Henry, and Stanshall as Hubert, followed in 1980.
One of his strangest films, and one he took great delight in, was Vivian Stanshall's 1980 Sir Henry at Rawlinson End in which he played the title role.
John Henry Bonham ( 31 May 1948 – 25 September 1980 ) was an English musician and songwriter, best known as the drummer of Led Zeppelin.