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* The 1972 Annual World's Best SF (= Wollheim ’ s World ’ s Best SF: Series One ) ( 1972 )
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1972 and Annual
The film had its premiere in late 1972 at the third Annual Baltimore Film Festival, held on the campus of the University of Baltimore, where it sold out tickets for three successive screenings ; the film had aroused particular interest among fans of underground cinema following the success of Multiple Maniacs, which had begun to be screened in cities such as New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.
The 1960s saw American bluegrass music gain wide popularity, and the first European festival was held in 1972 ( the Annual Banjo Jamboree in Kopidlno ).
: ( 1972 ), A Tutorial on Data-Base Organization, Annual Review in Automatic Programming, Vol. 7, Part 1, Pergamon Press, Oxford, pp. 1 – 64.
Serra has since participated in Documentas 5 ( 1972 ), 6 ( 1977 ), 7 ( 1982 ), and 8 ( 1987 ), in Kassel, the Venice Biennales of 1984 and 2001, and the Whitney Museum of American Art's Annual and Biennial exhibitions of 1968, 1970, 1973, 1977, 1979, 1981, and 1995.
In addition to his work on Broadway, Field staged such diverse projects as Las Vegas nightclub acts, the 44th Annual Academy Awards telecast in 1972, a Hollywood Bowl concert and television special with Bette Midler in 1977, the opening ceremonies for the 1986 Los Angeles Olympics, and an acclaimed revival of Kiss Me, Kate in London's West End.
The 5. 0 % ABV beer has been described to have a " tangy malt and hops aroma, rich malt in the mouth, and a bitter-sweet finish that becomes dry and hoppy ", and has won more than a dozen awards through the years, starting with the 1981 Monde Selection Bruxelles Gold Medal ; the 1979 Golden Caralious 19th Caralious Gold Medal ; the 1973 Sélection Mondiale Paris Gold Medal ; and the 1972 12th Annual World Beer and Non-Alcoholic Drinks Selection Gold and Silver Medals for Dark Beer and White Beer, respectively.
It was selected as an outstanding Film of the Year for presentation at the London Film Festival in 1972 and won the Gold Dukat Prize at the 21st Annual Film Festival in Mannheim.
The work was selected as an outstanding Film of the Year for presentation at the 1972 London Film Festival and won the Gold Dukat Prize at the 21st Annual Film Festival in Mannheim.
The 14th Annual TV Week Logie Awards were presented on Friday 18 February 1972 at the Southern Cross Hotel in Melbourne.
1972 and World's
From 1963 until 1972, Dr. Ray became the director of Seattle's Pacific Science Center, guiding its future after the founding as part of the 1962 World's Fair.
In a 1983 paperback, Wayne Coffey's 303 of the World's Worst Predictions, McGrory was falsely described as having " predicted " in her Washington Star column that George McGovern would win the 1972 presidential campaign " by a landslide ".
Frei Otto's design of Munich's acclaimed Olympic Park for the 1972 Olympics, and the temporary West German pavilion at the 1967 World's Fair in Montreal, Canada, were heavily influenced by Patten's design of Melbourne's Myer Music Bowl.
1972 and Best
In 1972 Torrence won the Grammy Award for Best Album Cover for the psychedelic rock band Pollution's first eponymous 1971 album, and was nominated three other times in the same category for albums of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.
During the 1970s, he became a Hollywood star with his portrayals of a businessman mixed up with murder in Deliverance ( 1972 ), a paraplegic Vietnam veteran in Coming Home ( 1978 ), for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor, and a penniless ex-boxing champion in The Champ ( 1979 ).
He has won Shazam Awards for Best Inker ( Humor Division ) in 1972 for his work on Mad Magazine, and for Best Humor Story in 1972 for " The Poster Plague " from House of Mystery # 202 ( with Steve Skeates ).
Heckart won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her work in the 1972 movie adaptation of Butterflies Are Free and was nominated in 1956 for her performance as the bereaved, besotted Mrs. Daigle in The Bad Seed.
Smith also appeared in a number of films, often as himself ; The Candidate ( 1972 ),, The President's Plane Is Missing ( 1973, a made-for-television production of the Robert J. Serling novel of the same name ), Nashville ( 1975 ), Close Encounters of the Third Kind ( 1977 ), The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas ( 1982 ), the " The Odd Candidate " ( 1974 ) episode of the television series The Odd Couple ( playing himself ), the " Kill Oscar " episode ( 1977 ) of The Bionic Woman ( playing himself anchoring an ABC newscast ), and both V ( 1983 ) and the subsequent 1984 television series.
Pacino made his major breakthrough when he was given the role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather in 1972, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
" By the end of 1972, over a million copies were in print, Reader's Digest had published a condensed version, and the book reached the top of the New York Times Best Seller list where it remained for 38 weeks.
* Design Awards: Eight shows have swept the design awards ( original 3 of Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design – joined by Best Sound Design starting in 2008 ): Follies ( 1972 ), The Phantom of the Opera ( 1986 ), The Lion King ( 1998 ), The Producers ( 2001 ), The Light in the Piazza ( 2005 ), The Coast of Utopia ( 2007 ), the 2008 revival of South Pacific ( first to sweep the expanded 4 awards for Creative Arts ) and Peter and the Starcatcher ( first straight play to sweep the expanded four awards for Creative Arts ) ( 2012 ).
Bridges is one of the youngest actors ever to be nominated for an Academy Award ( 1972, age 22, Best Supporting Actor, The Last Picture Show ), and one of the oldest ever to win ( 2010, age 60, Best Actor, Crazy Heart ).
Already established as a nightclub singer and musical theatre actress, she first attracted critical acclaim for her dramatic performances in the movies The Sterile Cuckoo ( 1969 ), and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon ( 1970 ); Minnelli then rose to international stardom for her appearance as Sally Bowles in the 1972 film version of the Broadway musical Cabaret, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
It was anthologised by Groff Conklin in The Best of Science Fiction, the first of Asimov's stories to have been reprinted, and was later included in The Early Asimov ( in 1972, along with a very brief history of its origins ), The Asimov Chronicles in 1989 and in volume 2 of The Complete Stories in 1992.
1972 and SF
In 1972, Fafhrd and the Mouser began their comics career, appearing in Wonder Woman # 202 alongside the title character and Catwoman in a story scripted by award-winning SF writer Samuel R. Delany.
F & SF assembled more than a dozen special issues devoted to a single author, beginning with a special issue on Theodore Sturgeon ( September 1962 ), followed by Ray Bradbury ( May 1963 ), Isaac Asimov ( October 1966 ), Fritz Leiber ( July 1969 ), Poul Anderson ( April 1971 ), James Blish ( April 1972 ), Frederik Pohl ( September 1973 ), Robert Silverberg ( April 1974 ), Damon Knight ( November 1976 ), Harlan Ellison ( July 1977 ), Stephen King ( December 1990 ), Lucius Shepard ( March 2001 ), Kate Wilhelm ( September 2001 ), Barry N. Malzberg ( June 2003 ) and Gene Wolfe ( April 2007 ).
Some members of the SF Oracle collective were involved in starting another paper, San Francisco Express Times, which published from January 24, 1968 to March 25, 1969, at which time the paper's name was changed to San Francisco Good Times, appearing under that title from April 1969 to August 1972.
Tatort ( English title: Crime Scene ) is a long-running German / Austrian / Swiss ( ARD ( since 1970 ), ORF ( since 1972 ) and SF ( 1990 – 2001, again since 2011 )), crime television series set in various parts of these countries.
In 1972 James Blish set up the United Kingdom Milford SF Writers ' Conference, initially meeting in Milford on Sea, Hampshire.