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8½ inspired among others: Mickey One ( Arthur Penn, 1965 ), Alex in Wonderland ( Paul Mazursky, 1970 ), Beware of a Holy Whore ( Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1971 ), Day for Night ( François Truffaut, 1973 ), All That Jazz ( Bob Fosse, 1979 ), Stardust Memories ( Woody Allen, 1980 ), Sogni d ' oro ( Nanni Moretti, 1981 ), Parad Planet ( Vadim Abdrashitov, 1984 ), La Pelicula del rey ( Carlos Sorin, 1986 ), Living in Oblivion ( Tom DiCillo, 1995 ), 8½ Women ( Peter Greenaway, 1999 ), Falling Down ( Joel Schumacher, 1993 ), along with the successful Broadway musical, Nine ( Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit, 1982 ).
The city hosted the American Football League All Star Game in 1967 and 1968, but after the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, Jacksonville was shut out.
Also, when The Beatles ' Let It Be was released in 1970, the magazine originally gave the album a poor review, yet in 2003, Rolling Stone ranked it number 86 in the magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Susan Lucci played Erica Kane in All My Children since the show's debut in January 1970 until the show ended in September 2011.
** " All Kinds of Everything ", sung by Dana ( music and text by Derry Lindsay and Jackie Smith ), wins the Eurovision Song Contest 1970 for Ireland.
( Richard Lester, 1965 ) and played leads in All The Way Up ( James MacTaggart, 1970 ), The Chain ( Jack Gold, 1984 ), The Dunera Boys ( Ben Lewin, 1985 ) and Foreign Body ( Ronald Neame, 1986 ).
Television roles included the recurring role of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk in five of the six episodes of The Six Wives of Henry VIII ( 1970 ), the villainous Nasca in Thames Television's Aztec-themed drama The Feathered Serpent ( 1976 – 78 ), a guest starring spot in the comedy series The Goodies in the episode " The Baddies ", as well as episodes of Paul Temple, Dr. Finlay's Casebook, Doomwatch, The Persuaders !, A Family at War, Coronation Street, Softly, Softly: Taskforce, Colditz, Play for Today, Z-Cars, Special Branch, Sutherland's Law, The Sweeney, Jason King, Survivors, Crown Court, Angels, Warship, Van der Valk, Space: 1999, The Onedin Line, All Creatures Great and Small, Only When I Laugh ( Series 2, Total Episode # 9 ), Nanny, Minder, and the first episode of Inspector Morse in January 1987.
The title track, written by Bob Dylan and previously recorded by ex-Beatle George Harrison for his 1970 album All Things Must Pass, was her first international hit ( No. 25 Pop, No. 1 Adult Contemporary (" AC ")).
Erich Maria Remarque ( 22 June 1898 – 25 September 1970 ), born Erich Paul Remark, was a German author, best known for his novel All Quiet on the Western Front.
Former head coach Mike Brown ( basketball, born 1970 ) | Mike Brown, who was NBA Coach of the Year for 2008 – 09, and was the head coach of the Eastern Conference for the 2009 NBA All Star Game | 2009 All Star Game.
* Daggs, Elisa, " All Africa: All its political entities of independent or other status ", Hasting House, ( 1970 ), ISBN 0-8038-0336-2
Comden and Green wrote the libretto for the 1970 musical Applause, an adaptation of the film All About Eve, and wrote the book and lyrics for 1978's On the Twentieth Century, with music by Cy Coleman.
The company's fortunes declined slightly during the 1970s, and it had few major commercial successes ; among those were Dana's 1970 two-million selling single, " All Kinds of Everything ", issued on their subsidiary label, Rex Records.
Lucas ( RHD Ltd ) 1950 ; All in Due Time by Humphry House ( RHD Ltd ) 1955 ; George Moore: Letters to Lady Cunard 1895-1933 ( RHD Ltd ) 1957 ; The Letters of Oscar Wilde ( RHD Ltd ) 1962 ; Max Beerbohm: Letters to Reggie Turner ( RHD Ltd ) 1964 ; More Theatres by Max Beerbohm ( RHD Ltd ) 1969 ; Last Theatres by Max Beerbohm ( RHD Ltd ) 1970 ; A Peep into the Past by Max Beerbohm ( Heinemann ) 1972 ; A Catalogue of the Caricatures of Max Beerbohm ( Macmillan ) 1972 ; The Autobiography of Arthur Ransome ( Cape ) 1976 ; Electric Delights by William Plomer ( Cape ) 1978 ; Selected Letters of Oscar Wilde ( Oxford ) 1979 ; Two Men of Letters ( Michael Joseph ) 1979 ; Siegfried Sassoon: Diaries 1920-1922 3 vols.
On occasion a cover becomes more popular and well-known than the original like Santana's version in 1970 of Peter Green's and Fleetwood Mac's 1968 song Black Magic Woman or Jimi Hendrix's version of Bob Dylan's " All Along the Watchtower ".
Also in 1970, he played piano on George Harrison's 1970 song " Isn't It a Pity " ( released on George's album All Things Must Pass ) and Phil Collins remembers Maurice being present when he played on that song.
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) A comprehensive international list of psychologists on stamps ( compiled by psychology historian Ludy T. Benjamin ) indicates that Gilbreth was only the second female psychologist commemorated by a postage stamp in all the world, preceded only by Maria Montessori in India in 1970.
They observed that each province in British India, including Burma, had a surplus of foodgrains, and the annual surplus was 5. 16 million tons ( Bhatia, 1970 ).
Only seven other countries have successfully launched orbital missions using their own vehicles: USA ( 1958 ), France ( 1965 ), Japan ( 1970 ), China ( 1970 ), the United Kingdom ( 1971 ), India ( 1981 ), Israel ( 1988 ).
He has lived most of his life in Australia except for sojourns in India ( 1968 – 70 ) and England and Europe ( 1970 – 74 ).
Other countries in the region instead used the PAL system, starting with Australia ( 1967, but not fully implemented until 1975 ), and then Hong Kong ( 1970 ), China ( 1971 ), New Zealand ( 1973 ), Singapore ( 1974 ), Thailand ( 1975 ) and Indonesia ( 1978 ), with India not introducing it until 1982.
Archaeological excavations by the Archaeological Survey of India ( ASI ) in 1970, 1992 and 2003 in and around the disputed site have indicated a large Hindu complex existed on the site.
Between 1965 and 1970, wheat yields nearly doubled in Pakistan and India, greatly improving the food security in those nations.
Rahul Gandhi (; born 19 June 1970 ) is an Indian politician and member of the Parliament of India, representing the Amethi constituency.
Rahul Gandhi was born in Delhi on 19 June 1970 as the first of the two children of Rajiv Gandhi, who later became the Prime Minister of India and Sonia Gandhi, who later became President of Indian National Congress, and as the grandson of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
He wrote about his sadhana and kundalini-related meditation experiences, in his autobiography published in 1970 as GURU, by Harper & Row and as Play of Consciousness in India in 1971.
In India, the Flying Ranee, a passenger Train between Surat and Mumbai Central on the Western Railway Track uses double-deck cars, since 1970.
In 1970, Pran Nath travelled to New York to visit the American composer La Monte Young and visual artist Marian Zazeela, who heard his first issued recording, Earth Groove: The Voice of Cosmic India.
See also: History of cricket in India to 1918, History of cricket in India from 1918 – 19 to 1945, History of cricket in India from 1945 – 46 to 1960, History of cricket in India from 1960 – 61 to 1970, History of cricket in India from 1970 – 71 to 1985, History of cricket in India from 1985 – 86 to 2000 and History of cricket in India from 2000 – 01