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1982 and Ivanhoe
* Ivanhoe ( 1982 )
* 1982 Ivanhoe, starring Anthony Andrews and James Mason
She also starred as Marit in the Japanese film Virus, and played Rebecca of York in the 1982 TV remake of Ivanhoe.
* Ivanhoe ( 1982 ) – King Richard
A mill to process the low-grade copper ore was established in 1911 in nearby Hurley but was replaced by a new ( current ) Ivanhoe concentrator facility in 1982.
* Ivanhoe ( 1982 film ), 1982 TV movie starring James Mason
A 1981 graduate of UCLA, Esquith began teaching in 1982 at Ivanhoe Elementary School.
In the United States, Andrews is best known for his portrayal of the titular character in Ivanhoe as well as that of Sir Percy Blakeney in the 1982 film, The Scarlet Pimpernel.
* Ivanhoe ( Television movie ) ( 1982 )
His programme credits include Z-Cars, Paul Temple, Van der Valk, The Sweeney, Shoestring, The Professionals, Out of the Unknown, The Nightmare Man, the BBC dramatisation of Beau Geste and Ivanhoe the 1982 television movie.
She starred in USA network's Trilogy of Terror II in which she battled the infamous Zuni doll. Lysette also played Rowena in the 1982 TV film Ivanhoe, with actors James Mason, Sam Neill and Anthony Andrews.

1982 and television
* 1982 – Terrence J, American ator and television host
* 1982 – Laura Hamilton, English television presenter
Cheers is an American television sitcom television series that ran for 11 seasons from 1982 to 1993.
Channel 4 is a British public-service television broadcaster which began transmission on 2 November 1982.
In 1980, Kaye hosted and sang in the 25th Anniversary of Disneyland celebration, and hosted the opening celebration for Epcot in 1982 ( EPCOT Center at the time ), both of which were aired on prime-time American television.
* 1982 – Clint Bajada, Maltese television and radio host
* 1916 – Johnny Jacobs, American television announcer ( d. 1982 )
* 1982 – Tiffany Pollard, American reality television personality
The film was released in 1982, along with his television adaptation of the acclaimed play The Rainmaker.
A. Baracus in the 1980s television series The A-Team, as boxer Clubber Lang in the 1982 film Rocky III, and for his appearances as a professional wrestler.
The Ministry of Radio and Television was established as a separate entity in 1982 to administer and upgrade the status of television and radio broadcasting.
Pobol y Cwm was originally transmitted on BBC Wales television between 1974 and 1982.
It then transferred to the Welsh-language television station S4C when it opened in the November 1982.
* 1982 – Ryan Stout, American comedian and television host
In February 1982, two television antennas were added to the structure, increasing its total height to.
As a result of the 1982 television contract signed by the NFL with the three networks, this game was the first Super Bowl to be televised in the United States by ABC, as they earned their first turn at the Super Bowl, with a new alternation process started for the 1983 game.
The music itself would be re-used in other films ( most notably the track " L ' Enfant " in The Year of Living Dangerously ( 1982 ) by Peter Weir ; the melody of same ( in marching band format ) can also be heard at the beginning of the 1924 Summer Olympics opening ceremonies scene in the film Chariots of Fire ) and television commercials ( the track " Hymne ", used in Barilla pasta commercials in Italy and Ernest & Julio Gallo wine ads in the US ).
In 1982 he performed for the Spanish television with Neuronium ( Michel huygen and Carlos Guirao ).
By 1963 a quarter of Venezuelan households had television ; a figure rising to 45 % by 1969 and 85 % by 1982.
By 1963 a quarter of Venezuelan households had television ; a figure rising to 45 % by 1969 and 85 % by 1982.
Smith also appeared in a number of films, often as himself ; The Candidate ( 1972 ),, The President's Plane Is Missing ( 1973, a made-for-television production of the Robert J. Serling novel of the same name ), Nashville ( 1975 ), Close Encounters of the Third Kind ( 1977 ), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas ( 1982 ), the " The Odd Candidate " ( 1974 ) episode of the television series The Odd Couple ( playing himself ), the " Kill Oscar " episode ( 1977 ) of The Bionic Woman ( playing himself anchoring an ABC newscast ), and both V ( 1983 ) and the subsequent 1984 television series.
* Access ( TV series ), a Canadian television series ( 1974 – 1982 )

1982 and movie
* Split Image 1982 movie about deprogramming
Original 1982 cinema and video releases of the movie had been seized, making the movie successful on the black market video circuit with pirated copies abounding.
Several well-known horror enthusiasts publicly criticized the German ban on the movie, including author Stephen King ( who gave it a rave review in the November 1982 issue of Twilight Zone ).
( 1973 ) a Pilgrim's Progress inspired road movie ; and Britannia Hospital ( 1982 ), a fantasia taking stylistic influence from the populist wing of British cinema represented by Hammer horror films and Carry On comedies.
The third movie, Mobile Suit Gundam: Encounters in Space, was released in 1982.
* Out ( 1982 film ), 1982 American movie ( also known as Deadly Drifter directed by Eli Hollander, starring Peter Coyote
# Ceremony ( 1982 ; adapted into Lifetime TV movie )
He played the part of mad bomber Joe Selucci in Airplane II: The Sequel ( 1982 ) and in the 1986 horror movie Troll.
In 1982 the Post criticized the Times for its negative review of the movie Inchon, which was also sponsored by the Unification Church.
Television versions include the 1974 BBC TV movie, Alice Through the Looking Glass, with Sarah Sutton playing Alice, a 1982 38-minute Soviet cutout-animated film made by Kievnauchfilm studio and directed by Yefrem Pruzhanskiy, an animated TV movie in 1987, with Janet Waldo as the voice of Alice ( Mr. T was the voice of the Jabberwock ) and the 1998 Channel 4 TV movie, with Kate Beckinsale playing the role of Alice.
* W. P. Kinsella, novelist well known for his 1982 novel Shoeless Joe which was adapted into the movie Field of Dreams
Wenders has already received many awards, including the Golden Lion for The State of Things at the Venice Film Festival ( 1982 ); the Palme d ' Or at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival for his movie Paris, Texas ; and Best Direction for Wings of Desire in the 1987 Bavarian Film Awards and the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Her last movie was Regina Roma ( 1982 ), a direct-to-video release.
In 1982, veteran actor Nick Nolte and rising comedian Eddie Murphy smashed box office records with the action-comedy 48 Hrs, which is credited as the first " buddy-cop " movie.
The Extra Terrestrial third on his 1982 list, it was the only movie from that year to appear on his later " Best Films of the 1980s " list ( where it also ranked third ).
The Breathing Method is a novella by Stephen King which was released as part of his Different Seasons collection in 1982, and is currently the only story in the collection not to have been made into a movie.
Katherine Coker adapted the book for Jackie Cooper who produced and directed the television movie, Rosie: the Rosemary Clooney Story ( 1982 ) starring Sondra Locke ( who lip syncs Clooney's songs ), Penelope Milford as Betty and Tony Orlando who plays Jose Ferrer.
In 1982, the story was made into a movie again by director Richard T. Heffron with Armand Assante as Mike Hammer.
Its final gross in the United States was $ 177, 200, 000, making it the second highest grossing movie of 1982 after E. T.
In the fall of 1982, USA began 24 hour a day operations, running a mix of talk shows, a children's program, and a low budget movie from 6 AM to 6 PM.

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