[permalink] [id link]
* In the movie Wag the Dog, the fictitious unit 303 Special Forces has a song created titled " The Men of the 303 " that is played to a deliberately similar but original tune written by Huey Lewis for the film.
Some Related Sentences
movie and Wag
A risky but effective strategy summarized best, perhaps, by David Mamet's 1997 movie Wag the Dog, by which the public can be distracted, for long periods of time, from an important issue, by one which occupies more news time.
In the 1997 movie Wag the Dog, a Washington, D. C. spin doctor distracts the electorate from a U. S. presidential sex scandal by hiring a Hollywood producer played by Dustin Hoffman.
Speed-the-Plow ( 1988 ) is a play by David Mamet which is a satirical dissection of the American movie business, a theme Mamet would revisit in his later films Wag the Dog ( 1997 ) and State and Main ( 2000 ).
The singer also top-billed the songs which happens to be the original soundtracks of some movies and Kapamilya Teleseryes, Koreanovelas, and Reality Shows like " Hawak Kamay " for the movie " Kasal Kasali Kasalo " in 2006, " Habambuhay " for the movie Sakal Sakali Saklolo in 2007, " If We Fall In Love " for " Princess Hours ", " Wag Mong Iwan ang Puso Ko " for " Ysabella ", " Sabihin Mo Na " for " My Girl ", " Time-In " for " Komiks Presents: VARGA!
movie and Dog
In 1976, he appeared for the last time in a motion picture, playing a movie crewman who is fired by a movie mogul, played by Art Carney, in Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood, and he also made his final public appearance in that year when he was inducted into the Body Building Guild Hall of Fame.
Disney producer Bill Walsh often mused on whether the concept of the show was inspired by the movie The Shaggy Dog, as in his view they shared " the same dog, the same kids, and Fred MacMurray "..
The book itself also plays a part in the 1999 movie Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai directed by Jim Jarmusch.
* The film Black Dog refers to the game at multiple times during the movie, as well as the main character's vehicle becoming afflicted with a ' permanent ' padiddle for the remainder of the film.
American Dog Derby mushers were international celebrities to such degree that one photogenic female musher named Lydia Hutchinson was tapped by a producer to star in his movie.
Major stars included Florence Turner ( the " Vitagraph Girl ", one of the world's first movie stars ), Maurice Costello ( the first of the matinee idols ), Harry T. Morey, Jean ( the " Vitagraph Dog " and the first animal star of the Silent Era ) and such future stars as Viola Dana, Norma Talmadge, Constance Talmadge, and Moe Howard.
The puzzle was mentioned in an episode of the first season of the television drama NUMB3RS, in the 2008 movie 21, and in the novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
The Cotton Club is a movie directed by Francis Ford Coppola, which offers a fictionalized history of the club in the context of race relations in the 1930s and the battles between Madden, Dutch Schultz, Vincent " Mad Dog " Coll, Lucky Luciano, and Ellsworth " Bumpy " Johnson.
All music was written by James Dean Bradfield and Sean Moore ( except " Damn Dog ", which is a cover version of a song by the Sleez Sisters from the 1980 movie Times Square ).
* The bank robbery that inspired the movie Dog Day Afternoon happened in Gravesend ( although the movie was not filmed there )
The cartoon has been the subject of gags on many television sit-coms including episodes of Pinky and the Brain, Mystery Science Theater 3000, The Simpsons, Drawn Together, an episode of Family Guy (" Dog Gone ") and the movie Go ( 1999 film ).
In the movie Con Air, Ving Rhames's character Diamond Dog is said to have written a memoir entitled Reflections in a Diamond Eye.
He is the great-grandson of Buford " Mad Dog " Tannen, son of Kid Tannen, and the grandfather of Griff Tannen ( although it isn't specified in the movie that Griff's last name was actually Tannen, Griff did call Biff Grandpa, after which Biff confirms it to Marty who was pretending to be Marty Jr .).
A recurring role on the Adult Swim animated comedy Tom Goes to the Mayor, as crooked cop Ray Machowski in the video game Grand Theft Auto III, as Admiral Petrarch in FreeSpace 2, as the narrator of the Scarface: The World is Yours game adaptation, and in the anime movie A Dog of Flanders ( 1997 ).
" In a Grove " is the favorite story of " Ghost Dog ", the main character from the movie Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.
Thicke also had a cameo appearance in the 2007 movie Alpha Dog as the father of the lead character's girlfriend.
movie and fictitious
The first verse of the 1927 version is sung by Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra at the start of the MGM musical film, Take Me Out to the Ball Game ( 1949 ), a movie that also features a song about the famous and fictitious double play combination, O ' Brien to Ryan to Goldberg.
* In another Robin Hood movie, Bandit of Sherwood Forest ( 1946 ), as the regent William of Pembroke, played by Henry Daniell, an entirely fictitious characterisation as a scheming villain who kidnaps young Henry III and revokes the Magna Carta.
The François Truffaut film Day for Night is about the making of a fictitious movie called Meet Pamela ( Je vous présente Pamela ) and shows the interactions of the actors as they are making this movie about a woman who falls for her husband's father.
The movie Adaptation was presented as if it had been written by Charlie Kaufman and his fictitious brother Donald Kaufman.
* Semi-Pro ( 2008 ) Will Ferrell movie which centers around a fictitious 1970s ABA basketball team, the Flint Tropics.
Oolitic can be seen as the first opponent of the season played by Hickory, the fictitious Indiana high school basketball team depicted in the 1986 movie Hoosiers.
Brigham City was the namesake of American movie director, producer, writer, and actor Richard Dutcher's 2001 film Brigham City about murder in a fictitious small Mormon town, although it is not actually about the real Brigham City.
Although BZ figured prominently in the plot of the 1990 movie, Jacob's Ladder, as the compound responsible for hallucinations and violent deaths in a fictitious American battalion in Vietnam, this agent never saw operational use.
The novelization by Mac Rauch is told through fake documents written and compiled by Reno Nevada, and further expands on the backstory of the film, including the murder of Peggy Banzai ( her twin sister Penny plays a role in the movie ) by the minions of Asian crime lord Hanoi Xan, the deaths of Buckaroo's parents in an early Jet Car accident, and at least two other fictitious novels.
In the movie Almost Famous, it is said that the fictitious band Stillwater declined to use Johns as their producer for their new album.
The movie Tapeheads, released in 1988 and starring John Cusack and Tim Robbins, featured Sam Moore and Junior Walker as a fictitious, legendary soul duo called " The Swanky Modes.
* In the movie " Captain America: The First Avenger ", Steve Rogers attends the fictitious 1943 Stark Expo, which is based on the fair, where he attempts to enlist into the Army again, and is enlisted by the scientist Dr. Abraham Erskine.
In the movie, the fictitious AFFA apparently exists alongside the real-life NFL, since the Miami Dolphins are mentioned.
* The Invention of Lying is a 2009 movie depicting the fictitious invention of the first lie, starring Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner, Rob Lowe, and Tina Fey.
* In 2001 Cardiff Giant production company part of production team for Jon Favreau movie " Made " ( 2001 )-additionally, contained in plot line as a fictitious company with limousine and hospitality accounts utilized by main characters
Although Brennan won an Academy Award for his performance, the movie gives Bean an entirely fictitious death scene.
* Bagtime ( Popular Library, 1977 ) ( collection of columns written with Paul Galloway, from the perspective of fictitious supermarket bagboy Mike Holiday, under which name the book was published ; also turned into a stage play and TV movie ) ISBN 0-445-04057-2
Parts of the cult-classic 1971 car chase movie, Vanishing Point, were filmed in Goldfield, and it was the site of the fictitious radio station " KOW ", and the DJ " Super-Soul ".
Each of these sites, including the main website for the movie, are completely in character and betray nothing about their purely fictitious nature.
* USS Eel, a fictitious World War II U. S. Navy submarine which appears in Edward L. Beachs 1955 novel Run Silent, Run Deep and in the 1958 movie Run Silent, Run Deep based on the novel.