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* Eagle Eye Mysteries in London ( 1994 ) for PC and Macintosh, published by Creative Wonders ( EA Kids )
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Eagle and Eye
Bell, teamed with AgustaWestland, is developing the commercial BA609, and the firm has also developed a tiltrotor unmanned aerial vehicle ( UAV ), the TR918 Eagle Eye.
In 1936, the post office relocated to the building now occupied by the Eagle Eye Thrift Shop at 65 Main Street.
Sutherland found himself in demand as a leading man throughout the 1970s in films such as the Venice-based psychological horror film Don't Look Now ( 1973 ), the war film The Eagle Has Landed ( 1976 ), Federico Fellini's Casanova ( 1976 ) and the thriller Eye of the Needle ( which was filmed on location on the Isle of Mull, West Scotland ) and as the ever-optimistic health inspector in the science fiction / horror film Invasion of the Body Snatchers ( 1978 ) alongside Brooke Adams and Jeff Goldblum.
In the movie Eagle Eye ( 2008 ) starring Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan, Monaghan plays a single mom who works as a paralegal.
Examples include The Thirteenth Floor, Jurassic Park, I, Robot, Eagle Eye, Hackers, The Net, Futureworld, eXistenZ and Virtuosity.
* Morpheus is also referred to in " Comatose ( In the Arms of Slumber )" from the album " Desireless " by Eagle Eye Cherry.
Jacob Peter Beckley ( August 4, 1867 – June 25, 1918 ), nicknamed " Eagle Eye ", was a Major League Baseball player at the turn of the 20th century.
Patrick dropped out of college when drama class sparked his interest in acting, receiving his first professional acting job in the 1986 television film, Eye of the Eagle.
She has appeared in films such as Kids, Men in Black II, 25th Hour, Sin City, Clerks II, Rent, Death Proof, The Rundown, Eagle Eye, Alexander, Seven Pounds, Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, and Unstoppable.
In 2008, Dawson starred with Will Smith in Seven Pounds and in the Steven Spielberg produced Eagle Eye.
In addition, all staff and students also receive a copy of Eagle Eye, the school's official newsletter, from the Corporate Communications Department.
Eagle and Mysteries
* The first use of motion control photography in video games, used by Stormfront Studios in Eagle Eye Mysteries, produced by Scott Orr and published by Electronic Arts.
* Stormfront was the first video game developer to use motion control photography in a video game, in the Electronic Arts game Eagle Eye Mysteries, ( 1993 ).
* Eagle Eye Mysteries, which featured The first use of motion control photography in video games, by Stormfront Studios.
Eagle and London
On 9 August 2010, Eagle Rock Entertainment released Live – The Early Years in the UK as a DVD compilation that includes Fusion – Live in London ( 1976 ) along with never before released live performances at Brunel University ( 1973 ) and on a German TV show Rockpalast ( 1974 ).
Among the egoist papers that Tucker followed were the German Der Eigene, edited by Adolf Brand, and The Eagle and The Serpent, issued from London.
A most famous London saloon was the Grecian Saloon in The Eagle, City Road, which is still famous because of a nursery rhyme: " Up and down the City Road / In and out The Eagle / That's the way the money goes / Pop goes the weasel.
The name is a portmanteau of pub and gastronomy and was coined in 1991 when David Eyre and Mike Belben took over The Eagle pub in Clerkenwell, London.
In the 1920s John Fothergill ( 1876 – 1957 ) was the innkeeper of the Spread Eagle in Thame, Berkshire, and published his autobiography: An Innkeeper's Diary ( London: Chatto & Windus, 1931 ).
When three Japanese fishermen, among them Otokichi, were shipwrecked on the Olympic Peninsula in 1834, McLoughlin, envisioning an opportunity to use them to open trade with Japan, sent the trio to London on the Eagle to try to convince the Crown of his plan.
New London Harbor is home port to the U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Chinook and the Coast Guard's tall ship Eagle.
The White Eagle Club is a thriving Polish community centre, and its traditional Saturday night dance (" zabawa ") draws people from across London.
Wimbledon's convenient proximity to the capital was beginning to attract other wealthy families and in 1613 Robert Bell, Master of the Worshipful Company of Girdlers and a director of the British East India Company built Eagle House as a home at an easy distance from London.
In 1957 he became an Eagle Scout, and reportedly traveled to London with a group of Scouts who performed before Queen Elizabeth II.
In 1965 a biography of Julian entitled Black Eagle was published by The Adventurers Club in London ; another biography of the aviator with the same title written by John Peer Nugent was published in 1971 by Stein and Day in New York.
The United States Coast Guard still has an operational barque, built in Germany in 1936 and captured as a war prize, the USCGC Eagle, which the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut uses as a training vessel.
The most famous London saloon of the early days was the Grecian Saloon, established in 1825, at The Eagle ( a former tea-garden ), 2 Shepherdess Walk, off the City Road in north London.
Agutter moved to Hollywood at 21 and appeared in a number of films over the next decade, including The Eagle Has Landed ( 1976 ), Logan's Run ( 1976 ), Equus ( 1977 ) ( for which she won a BAFTA as Best Supporting Actress ), Sweet William ( 1980 ), and An American Werewolf in London ( 1981 ).
Although the ATLB granted British Eagle and British United Airways ( BUA ), BEA's and BOAC's two biggest independent competitors during the 1960s, licences to operate rival international scheduled services on several trunk routes from London Heathrow and Gatwick respectively, these airlines were unable to use them without actual traffic rights.
In November 1963, BEA's independent rival British Eagle became the first independent airline to compete with it on a main UK domestic trunk route, when the independent launched daily scheduled services between London Heathrow and Glasgow with 103-seater, two-class Bristol Britannias.