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* Bridget Jones's Diary ( 2001 )
Crow recorded the song " Kiss That Girl " for the film Bridget Jones's Diary.
* Singleton ( lifestyle ), a self-description of individuals without romantic partners, particularly applied to women in their thirties introduced in the novel and film Bridget Jones's Diary
Bridget Jones's Diary is a 1996 novel by Helen Fielding.
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The romantic ballad from this album, " Someone Like You ", has been featured subsequently in the soundtracks of several movies, including 1995's French Kiss, and in 2001, both Someone Like You and Bridget Jones's Diary.
* Bridget Jones's Diary, a novel and feature film starring Renée Zellweger.
* Bridget Jones's Diary ( film ) ( 2001 ): Used Hanwell Cemetery as one of its many London locations.
* Hugh Grant's character in the film Bridget Jones's Diary recites a limerick about Ealing.
In 2001, Broadbent starred in three of the year's most successful films: Bridget Jones's Diary ; Moulin Rouge !, for which he won a BAFTA ; and Iris, for which he won an Oscar for his portrayal of John Bayley.
At the turn of the century, three major international British successes were the romantic comedies Bridget Jones's Diary ( 2001 ), sequel Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason ( 2004 ), and Richard Curtis's directorial debut Love Actually ( 2003 ).
Notable films with scenes filmed in the streets around the market include: Bridget Jones's Diary ( 2001 ), Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels ( 1998 ) and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ( 2004 ).
Nether Winchendon Church was also used as the setting for a Christening scene in the second Bridget Jones's Diary film, but can only be seen on the deleted scenes section of the DVD.
** Bridget Jones's Diary
Sometimes, though, they may all be letters from one character, such as C. S. Lewis ' Screwtape Letters and Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones's Diary.
# Bridget Jones's Diary by Helen Fielding
Bridget Jones's Diary also focuses on internal conflict, as the titular character deals with her own neuroses and self-doubts.
These have ranged from historical recreations of the Victorian London of Charles Dickens and Sherlock Holmes, to the romantic comedies of Bridget Jones's Diary and Notting Hill, by way of crime films, spy thrillers, science fiction and the " swinging London " films of the 1960s.
* Helen Fielding, English author of Bridget Jones's Diary
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In late 2001, Skitzmix 10 reached # 9 on the mainstream ARIA Albums Chart alongside artists like Creed, Shaggy and the Bridget Jones's Diary Soundtrack.
Works such as Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones's Diary and Candace Bushnell's Sex and the City are examples of such work that helped establish contemporary connotations of the term.

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" that he recorded for the film Bridget Jones ' Diary in early 2001the album was recorded at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles.
Sequels to Rounders, Bad Santa, and Shakespeare in Love are among the films being developed under this new deal, while sequels to Bridget Jones ’ s Diary, Cop Land, From Dusk till Dawn, Swingers, Clerks, Shall We Dance ?, and The Amityville Horror are being billed as " potential " projects.
* Bridget Jones ' Diary ( 2001 )-" Without You "
* Helen Fielding, author of Bridget Jones ' Diary
He is known for his roles in Iris, Moulin Rouge !, Topsy-Turvy, Hot Fuzz, and Bridget Jones ' Diary.
Stoke Park Club also featured in the films Layer Cake, Wimbledon, Bride and Prejudice, and Bridget Jones ' Diary.

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Dudley won the " Best Original Musical or Comedy Score " Oscar for her music ; The Gathering ( 2002 ) a Anthony Horowitz thriller directed by Brian Gilbert and starring Christina Ricci ; The Grotesque ( 1997 ) released in the US as Gentlemen Don't Eat Poets a British film starring Alan Bates, Theresa Russell and Sting ; Hollow Reed ( 1996 ) a drama directed by Angela Pope and set in Bath ; Knight Moves ( 1992 ) American thriller directed by Carl Schenkel and starring Christopher Lambert ; Lucky Break ( 2001 ) a British feelgood comedy starring James Nesbitt and based around a prison escape ; The Miracle Maker ( 2000 ) an animated feature film made for TV by BBC Wales with Russian model makers ; Monkeybone ( 2001 ) an American film combining live-action and stop-motion animation starring Brendan Fraser and Bridget Fonda ; Perfect Creature ( 2007 ) a New Zealand made horror / thriller film starring Leo Gregory ; Pushing Tin ( 1999 ) a comedy-drama film directed by Mike Newell based around air traffic controllers in New York ; The Pope Must Die ( 1991 ) a comedy film starring Robbie Coltrane the score was co-written with Jeff Beck ; Silence Like Glass ( Zwei Frauen ) ( 1989 ) German made but set in a cancer ward at a hospital in America ; Tristan & Isolde ( 2006 ) a Ridley Scott romantic drama based on the medieval romantic legend of Tristan and Iseult and starring James Franco and Sophia Myles ; The Walker ( 2007 ) a drama written and directed by Paul Schrader set in Washington, D. C .; Her TV music includes scores for all episodes of Jeeves and Wooster with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie ; Lynda La Plante's Above Suspicion ; Kavanagh QC with John Thaw and The Tenth Kingdom an American epic fantasy TV miniseries written by Simon Moore.
Among her many soap opera credits were her roles as alcoholic actress Lynn Franklin on From These Roots ( 1958 – 1961 ); Claire English Lowell Cassen Shea # 4 on As the World Turns ( 1965 – 1971 ); Barbara Norris Thorpe # 2 on Guiding Light ( 1971 – 1981 ; she reprised the role for a few episodes in 1989 and on a recurring basis from 1995 – 1996 ); and Scottish nanny Bridget Connell on Another World ( 1985 – 1996 ).
Helen Fielding published the novelisation of the column in 1996, followed by a sequel in 1999 called Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.
The 1996 novel Bridget Jones's Diary features the classic British costume party theme " Vicars and Tarts ".
Helen Fielding also used the name " Mavis Enderby " in her 1996 novel Bridget Jones's Diary.

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Both he and Bridget were exonerated by Lizzie herself ''.
For the better part of two years, Crick worked on the physical properties of cytoplasm at Cambridge's Strangeways Laboratory, headed by Honor Bridget Fell, with a Medical Research Council studentship, until he joined Max Perutz and John Kendrew at the Cavendish Laboratory.
* On the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000, the Nanites ( voiced variously by Kevin Murphy, Paul Chaplin, Mary Jo Pehl, and Bridget Jones )-are self-replicating, bio-engineered organisms that work on the ship, they are microscopic creatures that reside in the Satellite of Love's computer systems.
McGoohan also stated that he was influenced by his experience from theater, including his work in Orson Welles ' 1955 play Moby Dick Rehearsed and the 1962 BBC teleplay The Prisoner by Bridget Boland.
* August 17 – Bridget Driscoll is run over by a Benz car in the grounds of The Crystal Palace, London, the world's first motoring fatality.
* March 15 – in County Tipperary, Ireland, Bridget Cleary is killed by her husband, believing her to be a fairy changeling.
* Bridget of Sweden is canonized by Pope Boniface IX.
The screenplay is an adaptation by Bridget Boland, John Hale and Richard Sokolove of the 1948 play by Maxwell Anderson ; Anderson's blank verse format was retained for only portions of the screenplay, such as Anne's soliloquy in the Tower of London, but then again, Anderson did not use blank verse throughout the play either, only in portions of it.
His opera company, later operated by Helen and then by his son, Rupert, and granddaughter, Bridget, promoted those works for over a century, and they are still performed regularly today.
Félix was painted by many artists, including Diego Rivera, Leonor Fini, Leonora Carrington, Stanislao Lepri, Bridget Tichenor and Antoine Tzapoff.
At this time he was already married, but history knows his wife only by her name: Pirjo Olavintytär ( Bridget, " daughter of Olavi "; Birgitta Olafsdotter, Brigida Olaui ).
Turner remained close to his paternal grandmother, Old Bridget, who was also enslaved by Benjamin Turner.
Her mother is an overconfident, doting woman who is constantly trying to marry Bridget off to a rich, handsome man ; and her father is considerably more down-to-earth, though he is sometimes driven into uncharacteristically unstable states of mind by his wife.
Bridget often visits her parents, as well as her parents ' friends, primarily Geoffrey and Una Alconbury ; Geoffrey creates a mildly uncomfortable situation for Bridget by insisting she call him " Uncle Geoffrey " despite his propensity to grope her rear end whenever they meet.
( One of the children seen in the commune is played by Fonda's four-year-old daughter Bridget.
A visit to the St. Francis Parish Cemetery reflects much of the history of the Osage Mission, as does the only remaining structure of the girls ' school established by Mother Bridget Hayden when she arrived at the Mission in 1847.
* Elinor Donahue as Bridget, a friend of Barney Thompson who works in a women's clothing store and is asked by Barney to help Vivian purchase a dress after Vivian has an encounter with two snobby women in another dress store.
There are also works by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, Bridget Riley, Patrick Caulfield, Sir Peter Blake, and Daphne Hardy Henrion.
He is the son of Henry Fonda, brother of Jane Fonda, and father of Bridget and Justin Fonda ( by first wife Susan Brewer, stepdaughter of Noah Dietrich ).

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