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* Destry Rides Again on Lux Radio Theater: November 5, 1945
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Destry Rides Again ( AKA The Man from Montana ) ( 1939 ) is a western starring Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart.
In 1996, Destry Rides Again was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being " culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant ".
Famed Western writer Max Brand contributed the novel, Destry Rides Again, but the film also owes its origins to Brand's serial " Twelve Peers ", published in a pulp-magazine.
* Universal Pictures released an earlier version, also titled Destry Rides Again ( 1932 ), directed by Benjamin Stoloff and starring Tom Mix and Zasu Pitts.
* A Broadway musical version of the story, Destry Rides Again, opened in New York at the Imperial Theater on April 23, 1959, and played 472 performances.
In 1939, she accepted producer Joe Pasternak's offer ( and a pay cut ) to play against type in her first film in two years: that of the cowboy saloon girl, Frenchie, in the light-hearted western Destry Rides Again, opposite James Stewart.
During the filming of Destry Rides Again, Dietrich started a love affair with co-star Jimmy Stewart, which ended after filming.
One of the early films he worked on was Destry Rides Again ( 1939 ), for which he wrote the lyrics to " See What the Boys in the Back Room Will Have ", sung by Marlene Dietrich.
The studio was eager to duplicate the success of Destry Rides Again starring Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart with a vehicle starring West and Fields.
* Destry Rides Again ( 1959 )-musical-director and choreographer-Tony Award Nomination for Best Direction of a Musical and Tony Award for Best Choreography
He created the Western character Destry, featured in several cinematic versions of Destry Rides Again, and his character Dr. Kildare was adapted to motion pictures, radio, television and comic books.
Additional Broadway credits include Fanny ( 1954 ), Destry Rides Again ( 1959 ), I Can Get It for You Wholesale ( 1962 ), in which Barbra Streisand made her Broadway debut, and The Zulu and the Zayda ( 1965 ), which dealt with racial and religious intolerance.
One of her most famous roles was in the Western Destry Rides Again ( 1939 ) in which her character, Lillibelle, gets into a famous " cat-fight " with Frenchie ( Marlene Dietrich ) over the possession of her husband's trousers, won by Frenchie in a crooked card game.
In 1939, he played the lead villain in Destry Rides Again and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the ruthless Sergeant Markoff in Beau Geste, although the Oscar went to Thomas Mitchell for Stagecoach.
Destry and on
Destry confounds the townsfolk by refusing to strap on a gun in spite of demonstrating that he is an expert marksman.
* ABC aired a short-lived television series in 1964, Destry, based on the first two films, starring John Gavin as the son of the movie's title character.
" Escape Clause " was one of the three episodes-in-production mentioned by Rod Serling in his 1959 promotional film pitching the series to potential sponsors, the others being " The Lonely " and " Mr. Denton on Doomsday " ( referred to as " Death, Destry, and Mr. Dingle ").
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The Blackadder pilot was shot but never aired on terrestrial TV in the UK ( although some scenes were shown in the 25th anniversary special Blackadder Rides Again ).
Examples include Harpo Marx in Horse Feathers, Curly Howard in Ants in the Pantry, and Bugs Bunny in Bugs Bunny Rides Again.
In the same year he also appeared in Lady Godiva Rides Again and The Galloping Major ; in 1956 he had a non-comic supporting role as a journalist in the science-fiction film Quatermass 2.
The Railrodder was made in tandem with a behind-the-scenes documentary about Keaton's life and times, called Buster Keaton Rides Again, also made for the National Film Board.
She made her feature debut as a beauty contest entrant in Lady Godiva Rides Again ( 1951 ) and had a number of other minor film appearances in the UK.
Notable local musical acts include The Ocracoke Rockers, Martin and Friends, Aaron Caswell Band, Molasses Creek, Baby Dee and the Free Mustache Rides Again and Coyote.
Rides and on
The strategy of public education, legislative lobbying, and litigation that had typified the Civil Rights Movement during the first half of the 20th Century broadened after Brown to a strategy that emphasized " direct action "— primarily boycotts, sit-ins, Freedom Rides, marches and similar tactics that relied on mass mobilization, nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience.
Freedom Rides were journeys by Civil Rights activists on interstate buses into the segregated southern United States to test the United States Supreme Court decision Boynton v. Virginia, ( 1960 ) 364 U. S. that ended segregation for passengers engaged in interstate travel.
In an article on the civil rights movement in Albany, Zinn described the people who participated in the Freedom Rides to end segregation, and the reluctance of President John F. Kennedy to enforce the law.
After Revival came out on the Fantasy label in October, 2007 but before his following album Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again was issued in 2009, Fogerty switched from Fantasy to Verve Forecast Records.
A posthumous album, The Autumn Stone, was released later in 1969, and included the major Immediate recordings, a rare live concert performance, and a number of previously unreleased tracks recorded for their intended fourth LP, 1862, including the classic Swinging Sixties instrumental " Wide Eyed Girl on the Wall " and " Donkey Rides, A Penny, A Glass ", co-written by Ian McLagan.
Rides are on the second Friday of every month, and focus on encouraging civility between motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
With his fiery, irascible temper, short stature ( in two early gags in Hare Trigger, a train he is attempting to rob passes right over top of him and he has to use a set of portable stairs to get on his horse ; in Bugs Bunny Rides Again, he rides a miniature horse ), and fiery red hair, Sam was in some ways an alter-ego of Freleng.
The character was previously featured in a trilogy of clay animation shorts from 1988 to 1991, Arnold Escapes from Church ( 1988 ), The Arnold Waltz ( 1990 ) and Arnold Rides a Chair ( 1991 ), a latter having been aired as a filler short on Sesame Street in 1991, as well as an eight-minute short, titled Arnold ( 1996 ), shown in theaters before Nickelodeon's first feature-length film, Harriet the Spy.
These clubs include but are not limited to Wine Appreciation Club, LSD ( Lincoln Snowboarding Department ), Alpine Club, LEO ( Lincoln Environmental Organisation ), Food Appreciation Club, The Lincoln University Campus Choir, Bunch Rides ( cycling ), Lincoln University Rugby Club, Lincoln Malaysian Students Society ( LMSS ), International Rugby Club, UniQ ( lesbian, gay and transgender students on campus ), Boxing Club, Young Farmers Club, and Lincoln Christian Fellowship.
William Cobbett provided conservative commentary on the rapidly changing look and mores of an industrialising nation by invoking the stable social hierarchy and prosperous working class of the pre-industrial country of his youth in his Rural Rides ( 1822 – 26, collected in book form, 1830 ).
* Eyes on the Prize Blackside, Inc ./ PBS documentary of the Civil Rights Movement ( Episode 3 is the Freedom Rides )
On September 19, 1968, Carlson died of a heart attack in the Festival Theatre, on West 57th Street in New York City, while watching the film He Who Rides a Tiger.
Filner began his advocacy for civil rights at the age of 18 when he became one of the first people to set foot on a Greyhound bus that was headed into the Deep South on what would become known as the Freedom Rides.