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Other writers admired by Orwell included: Ralph Waldo Emerson, G. K. Chesterton, George Gissing, Graham Greene, Herman Melville, Henry Miller, Tobias Smollett, Mark Twain, Joseph Conrad and Yevgeny Zamyatin.
In Black Legion ( 1937 ), for a change, he played a good man caught up and destroyed by a racist organization, a movie Graham Greene called " intelligent and exciting, if rather earnest ".
* 1952 Graham Greene, Canadian actor
Later in 1957, Cagney ventured behind the camera for the first and only time to direct Short Cut to Hell, a remake of the 1941 Alan Ladd film This Gun for Hire, which in turn was based on the Graham Greene novel A Gun for Sale.
In November 2010, one of Yeats works, A Horseman Enters a Town at Night, painted in 1948 and previously owned by novelist Graham Greene, sold for nearly £ 350, 000 at a Christie's auction in London.
* Graham Greene, Kim Philby's close friend, wrote the screenplay for The Third Man using Philby as a model for Harry Lime, one of the characters.
Introduction by Graham Greene.
Although he gained little popular success in his lifetime, his work was highly respected by his peers, and his friends included Dylan Thomas and Graham Greene.
On the advice of Graham Greene, who told him that paperback books were a passing fad that wouldn't last, Peake opted for the £ 10.
Gardiner Greene Hubbard became its first president and his son-in-law, Alexander Graham Bell, eventually succeeded him in 1897 following his death.
* The Quiet American ( 1955 ) by Graham Greene
* The Comedians ( 1966 ) by Graham Greene
Former British Intelligence officer Graham Greene examined the morality of espionage in left-wing, anti-imperialist novels such as The Heart of the Matter ( 1948 ) set in Sierra Leone, the seriocomic Our Man in Havana ( 1959 ) occurring in the Cuba of dictator Fulgencio Batista before his deposition by Fidel Castro's popular Cuban Revolution ( 1953 59 ), and The Human Factor ( 1978 ) about British support for the apartheid National Party government of South Africa, against the Red Menace.
Some post-attack period novels are about intelligence officers and the profession of intelligence, and some are by insiders ( as were W. Somerset Maughum and Graham Greene for their generations ).
* Graham Greene
Graham Greene wrote his Twenty-One Stories between 1929 and 1954.
To honor the NFL's 75th season, several former players who were named to the league's 75th Anniversary All-Time Team joined the coin toss ceremony: Otto Graham, Joe Greene, Ray Nitschke, and Gale Sayers.
** Graham Greene, English writer ( b. 1904 )
* Graham Greene relates in his first autobiography A Sort Of Life ( 1971 ) that he played Russian Roulette, alone, a few times as a teenager.
In short story, The Basement Room ( 1935 ), by Graham Greene, the ( sympathetic ) servant character, Baines, tells the admiring boy, son of his employer, of his African British colony service, " You wouldn't believe it now, but I've had forty niggers under me, doing what I told them to ".
His last film, an adaptation of the Graham Greene espionage novel The Human Factor ( 1979 ), had financial problems and was barely released.
Graham Greene praised the " heartbreaking and nostalgic melodies " of her faster-than-thought delivery.
The atmosphere of four-power Vienna is captured in the Graham Greene screenplay for the film The Third Man ( 1949 ), directed by Carol Reed.
Noted reviewer Graham Greene was effusive that this was Capra's finest film to date, describing Capra's treatment as " a kinship with his audience, a sense of common life, a morality ..." Variety noted " a sometimes too thin structure the players and director Frank Capra have contrived to convert (...) into fairly sturdy substance.
Noted novelists and playwrights nominated in this category include: George Bernard Shaw ( who shared an award for an adaptation of his play Pygmalion ), Graham Greene, Tennessee Williams, Vladimir Nabokov, James Hilton, Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, Lillian Hellman, Irwin Shaw, James Agee, Norman Corwin, S. J.

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In 1982 83 Australia had Greg Chappell back from WSC as captain, while the England team was weakened by the enforced omission of their South African tour rebels, particularly Graham Gooch and John Emburey.
Then Chris Broad scored three hundreds in successive Tests and bowling successes from Graham Dilley and Gladstone Small meant England won the series 2 1.
* 1991 Martha Graham, American dancer and choreographer ( b. 1894 )
* 1969 Graham Thorpe, English cricketer
* 1946 Larry Graham, American singer-songwriter, bass player, and producer ( Sly and the Family Stone and Graham Central Station )
* 1930 Graham Jarvis, Canadian actor ( d. 2003 )
* 1993 Graham Phillips, American actor and singer
* 1943 Eve Graham, Scottish singer ( The New Seekers )
They determined to reinvestigate the motion of γ Draconis ; the telescope, constructed by George Graham ( 1675 1751 ), a celebrated instrument-maker, was affixed to a vertical chimney stack, in such manner as to permit a small oscillation of the eyepiece, the amount of which ( i. e. the deviation from the vertical ) was regulated and measured by the introduction of a screw and a plumb line.
The Browns quashed any doubts about their prowess in that game, with Graham and his receivers amassing 246 passing yards en route to a 35 10 win before a crowd of 71, 237.
Behind a potent offense that featured Graham, Groza, Motley, Lavelli and running back Dub Jones, the Browns finished the 1950 regular season with a 10 2 record, tied for first place in their conference.
Still, Cleveland finished the regular season 9 3 as Graham and Lavelli excelled on offense and linemen Len Ford and Don Colo held up the defense.
Chuck Noll had a productive season at linebacker with five interceptions, Graham passed for 15 touchdowns and ran for six more, and the team finished the regular season 9 2 1.
* 2003 Otto Graham, American football player ( b. 1921 )
* 1921 Otto Graham, American football player ( d. 2003 )
* 1973 Graham Kavanagh, Irish footballer
* Dragon Information Files from Graham's Dragon Page, by Graham E. Kinns
* 1934 Thomas A. Watson, American assistant to Alexander Graham Bell ( b. 1854 )
* 2011 now: Graham Watson
One of the few highlights for Essendon supporters during this time was when Graham Moss won the 1976 Brownlow Medal ; he was the only Bomber to do so in a 40-year span from 1953 1993.
* 1876 Alexander Graham Bell applies for a patent for the telephone, as does Elisha Gray.
* 1953 Graham Lewis, English musician ( Wire and Dome )
* 1968 Shawn Graham, Canadian politician

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