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Anne Judith Kerr OBE ( born 14 June 1923 ) is a German-born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring picture books such as the Mog series and The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acclaimed novels for older children such as the autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit which give a child's-eye view of the Second World War.

Judith and film
He produced and directed the Biograph film Judith of Bethulia ( 1914 ), one of the earliest feature films to be produced in the United States.
In 2009, it was announced that a thirty-year old ban of the film in the Welsh town of Aberystwyth was finally lifted, and the subsequent showing was attended by Terry Jones and Michael Palin alongside mayor Sue Jones-Davies ( who portrayed Judith Iscariot in the film ).
Night of the Living Dead is an American independent horror film directed by George A. Romero and starring Duane Jones, Judith O ' Dea and Karl Hardman.
Film critic Judith Crist has argued that almost any film pairing an adult actor alongside a child actor must be compared to The Champ in terms of the chemistry between the actors and the effectiveness of the film.
The production starred Tyrone Power, Raymond Massey ( re-creating his film characterizations of Abraham Lincoln and John Brown ), and Judith Anderson.
( Throughout the film Judith and O ' Leary engage in arguments about the prospects of a colt, Challenger.
The film became one of the highest grossing films of the year, and the role of Judith Traherne brought her an Academy Award nomination.
The 1977 film has a number of changes from the prototype, including being entirely in color, moving the starting location from Miami to Chicago, introducing an additional two powers of ten at each extreme, a change in narrator from Judith Bronowski to Philip Morrison, and much improved graphics.
Dame Judith Olivia " Judi " Dench, CH, DBE, FRSA ( born 9 December 1934 ) is an English film, stage and television actress.
* Judith Baldwin as Susan, one of Edward's ex-girlfriends, with whom Edward reunites at the beginning of the film.
Her film appearances also include The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne ( 1987 ), Stiff Upper Lips ( 1997 ), Howards End ( 1992 ), and BBC Theatre Night in Joe Orton's farce What the Butler Saw ( 1987 ) playing Mrs Prentice, where the cast included husband Timothy West with Dinsdale Landen and Tessa Peake-Jones, as well as a cameo in The Boys From Brazil ( 1978 ).
Along with Tristine Rainer, Hwang contributed story material to the television film Forbidden Nights, which was written by Rainer and based upon Judith Shapiro's article " The Rocky Course of Love in China.
Other familiar titles are: Anzio by Edward Dmytryk, in 1968, his last Hollywood film appearance ; The North Star ( 1943 ), directed by Lewis Milestone with a script by playwright Lillian Hellman, with Erich von Stroheim ; Edge of Darkness ( 1943 ), also by Milestone, his first film role, where he played his first film German soldier role, opposite Judith Anderson ; Wilson ( 1944 ), where he played the German ambassador to Washington, D. C. during World War I, Count von Bernstorff ; The Cross of Lorraine ( 1943 ), with Gene Kelly ; The Hitler Gang, playing the Nazi official Alfred Rosenberg and Romanoff and Juliet ( 1961 ), written, directed and starring Peter Ustinov, and an Italian-American adaptation of Homer's Iliad, Helen of Troy ( 1956 ), directed by Robert Wise, with Rossanna Podesta, Jacques Sernas, and in two featured roles, Tonio Selwart playing opposite a then almost unknown Brigitte Bardot, in 1956.
Both the play and film adaptations were produced by Judith R. James and Dr. Camille O. Cosby.
The film includes interviews with artists Chuck Close, James Rosenquist, Billy Name, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Judith Malina, and many others.
The film is based on a story conceived by J. J. Kendall ( Judith Kushner ), Wishman's niece, and features porn star Harry Reems in a non-sexual role.
The film starred Kate Beckinsale as Flora, Joanna Lumley ( also famed from her role as Patsy in the British TV comedy " Absolutely Fabulous ") as her friend and mentor Mary Smiling, Rufus Sewell as Seth, Ian McKellen as Amos Starkadder, Eileen Atkins as Judith, Stephen Fry as Mybug, Miriam Margolyes as Mrs. Beetle, and Angela Thorne as Mrs Hawk-Monitor.
A film version, adapted for cinema by Judith Rascoe and directed by Joseph Strick, was released in 1977.
* Judith ( 1966 film ), a 1966 film set in Palestine shortly before the end of the British mandate

Judith and ),
The cast included Glynis Johns ( Desiree Armfeldt ), Len Cariou ( Fredrik Egerman ), Hermione Gingold ( Madame Armfeldt ), Victoria Mallory, Judith Kahan, Mark Lambert, Laurence Guittard, Patricia Elliott, George Lee Andrews, and D. Jamin Bartlett.
They are identical except that Athanasius includes the Book of Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah and places the Book of Esther among the " 7 books not in the canon but to be read " along with the Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach ( Ecclesiasticus ), Judith, Tobit, the Didache, and the Shepherd of Hermas.
The Book of Judith is not a part of the Jewish or most Protestant Bibles, who exclude the Book of Judith as apocryphal ), though it is a part of the Catholic Bible.
* Judith Chomsky ( born 1942 ), American human rights lawyer and co-founder of the Juvenile Law Center
Other Mexicans of Irish descent are: Romulo O ' Farril, Juan O ' Gorman, Edmundo O ' Gorman, Anthony Quinn, Alejo Bay ( Governor of the state of Sonora ), Famed Conductor Felix Carrasco, Guillermo Purcell a businessman, former Miss Mexico Judith Grace Gonzalez, among many others.
According to the Annales Cracovienses Compilati, this event took place in 1136 ; since it can be assumed that the Polish princess was younger than her betrothed, and also are known the birth dates of the youngest children of Bolesław III ( Agnes in 1137 and Casimir in 1138 ), Judith in consequence could have been born between 1130 and 1135.
* Judith Wallerstein ( 1921-2012 ), Psychologist and researcher at University of California at Berkeley.
* Cahiers I ( 1973 ), édition établie, présentée et annotée par Judith Robinson-Valéry, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade / nrf Gallimard
* Cahiers II ( 1974 ), édition établie, présentée et annotée par Judith Robinson-Valéry, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade / nrf Gallimard
* Cahiers ( 1894 – 1914 ) ( 1987 ), édition publiée sous la direction de Nicole Celeyrette-Pietri et Judith Robinson-Valéry avec la collaboration de Jean Celeyrette, Maria Teresa Giaveri, Paul Gifford, Jeannine Jallat, Bernard Lacorre, Huguette Laurenti, Florence de Lussy, Robert Pickering, Régine Pietra et Jürgen Schmidt-Radefeldt, tomes I-IX, Collection blanche, Gallimard
Philosophers commonly referred to as Post-structuralists include Michel Foucault, Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard, Gilles Deleuze ( all of whom began their careers within a Structuralist framework ), Jacques Derrida, Pierre Bourdieu, Jean-François Lyotard, Julia Kristeva, Hélène Cixous, Luce Irigaray and, sometimes, the American cultural theorists, critics and intellectuals they influenced ( e. g. Judith Butler, Jonathan Crary, John Fiske, Rosalind Krauss, Hayden White ).
The following year ( October 830 ), after a brief rebellion and reconciliation between Louis and his sons, Gregory declared that Louis ’ second wife Judith was to be released from the convent where she had been forced to take the veil, and to be returned to Louis.
Petrus and Judith had a son, Nicolaes Willem Stuyvesant ( 1648 – 1698 ), who married Maria Beeckman, the daughter of Willem Beeckman.
* Judith Jarvis Thomson, " The Right to Privacy ," in Michael J. Gorr and Sterling Harwood, eds., Crime and Punishment: Philosophic Explorations ( Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2000, formerly Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1995 ), 552 pages, pp. 34 – 46.
Judith Merril's annual anthologies ( 1957 – 1968 ), Damon Knight's Orbit series, and Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions featured American writers inspired by British writers ( although some of the writers anthologized were British ).
These additional books are Tobit, Judith, Wisdom of Solomon, Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah ( which later became chapter 6 of Baruch in the Vulgate ), additions to Daniel ( The Prayer of Azarias, the Song of the Three Children, Susanna and Bel and the Dragon ), additions to Esther, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, 3 Maccabees, 4 Maccabees, 1 Esdras, Odes, including the Prayer of Manasseh, the Psalms of Solomon, and Psalm 151.
The story follows characters Ben Huss ( Duane Jones ), Barbra ( Judith O ' Dea ), and five others trapped in a rural farmhouse in Pennsylvania which is attacked by " living dead " monsters known as zombies.
Hiding in the cellar of the farmhouse are white married couple Harry ( Karl Hardman ) and Helen Cooper ( Marilyn Eastman ) and their daughter Karen ( Kyra Schon ), who sought refuge after a group of zombies turned over their car ; and white teenage couple Tom ( Keith Wayne ) and Judy ( Judith Ridley ) who arrived after hearing an emergency broadcast about a series of brutal murders.
* ' The Judith Durham Story – Colours Of My Life ' by Graham Simpson ( Random House, 1994, 1998, 2000 ), ( Virgin Books, 2004 ).

Judith and Dutch
Many Dutch competitors have also achieved prestige in the international arena, such as Herman Willemse, Judith de Nijs, Lenie de Nijs, Joke van Staveren, Monique Wildschut, Irene van der Laan, Hans van Goor, Edith van Dijk and Maarten van der Weijden ( Olympic medalist ).
The trio was an Italian version of American groups such as the Andrews Sisters or Boswell Sisters, and was formed by three Dutch sisters Alexandra ( 1910-1987 ), Judith ( 1913-2007 ), and Kitty Leschan ( 1919-1965 ), whose names were italianized into Alessandra, Giuditta and Caterinetta ( Caterina ) Lescano.
* the Dutch Sint Juttemis, ( Saint Judith, might be related to an actual saint ),
Judith Scott died of natural causes at her sister's home in Dutch Flat, California, at the age of 61.
Rachel Ruysch ( June 3, 1664 — Amsterdam, August 12, 1750 ) was a Dutch artist who specialized in still-life paintings of flowers, one of only three significant women artists in Dutch Golden Age painting, of whom Maria van Oosterwijk was also a flower painter, and Judith Leyster mainly not ( the German botanic illustrator Maria Sybille Merian also moved to Amsterdam ).
Brottman lists a daughter, Ariëla Legman ( b. 1957 ), by an unidentified Dutch woman, as well as Legman's children by Judith: David Guy Legman ( 1968 ), Rafael ( 1971 ) and Sara Felicity ( 1973 ), and identifies Louise " Beka " Doherty as the great love of Legman's life.

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