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* 1881 – Cecil B. DeMille, American director ( d. 1959 )
With his quick wits and the assistance of drunken gunslinger Jim ( Gene Wilder ), also known as " The Waco Kid " (" I must have killed more men than Cecil B. DeMille "), Bart works to overcome the townsfolk's hostile reception.
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Cecil B. DeMille was known for being an instrumental catalyst for the rising status of many a struggling or unknown actor.
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From 1936 to 1944, DeMille hosted and acted as pitchman for Cecil B. DeMille's Lux Radio Theater, a popular dramatic radio show of the time.
The Golden Globe's annual Cecil B. DeMille Award recognizes lifetime achievement in the film industry.
Two schools are named after him, Cecil B. DeMille Middle school, in Long Beach, California, and Cecil B. DeMille elementary school in Midway City, California.
With DeMille renowned for his flamboyance and showmanship, Queen frontman Freddie Mercury famously said of his band, " We're the Cecil B. DeMille of rock and roll, always wanting to do things bigger and better ".
* Cleopatra ( 1934 film ), an American film directed by Cecil B. DeMille
She received an Academy Award nomination for her performance in Pillow Talk, won three Henrietta Awards ( World Film Favorite ), a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Presidential Medal of Freedom, Legend Award from the Society of Singers, Los Angeles Film Critics Association's Career Achievement Award and, in 1989, received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in motion pictures.
While Day turned down a tribute offer from the American Film Institute, she received and accepted the Golden Globe's Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement in 1989.
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Insert shot in Old Wives for New ( Cecil B. DeMille, 1918 )
Cross-cutting was also used to get new effects of contrast, such as the cross-cut sequence in Cecil B. DeMille's The Whispering Chorus, in which a supposedly dead husband is having a liaison with a Chinese prostitute in an opium den, while simultaneously his unknowing wife is being remarried in church.
The first of these was Cecil B. DeMille, whose films, such as The Cheat ( 1915 ), brought out the moral dilemmas facing their characters in a more subtle way than Griffith.
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* 1981 – Cecil B. DeMille Award at Golden Globes.
In 2003 at the Golden Globes, Hackman was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for his " outstanding contribution to the entertainment field.
He was next employed as a prop boy and general assistant on an unspecified film directed by Cecil B. DeMille ( Hawks never named the film in later interviews and DeMille made five films roughly in that time period ).
Before Hawks was called for active duty, he took the opportunity to go back to Hollywood and by the end of April 1917 was working on Cecil B. DeMille's The Little American, where he met and befriended the then eighteen-year-old slate boy James Wong Howe.

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Cecil Mason of Hartford, Conn., was best man for his brother, and groomsmen were Rhodes S. Baker 3, of Houston, Dr. James Carter of Houston and Conrad McEachern of New Orleans, La..
* 1900 – Cecil Howard Green, English-American geophysicist ( d. 2003 )
While at prep school as a boarder his mother wrote to tell him she was marrying Cecil Pye, a bank manager, and when he was at home for the holidays his new family consisted of his mother, his stepfather and Christopher, his stepfather's son by an earlier marriage.
Kevin Kiernan argues that Nowell most likely acquired it through William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley, in 1563, when Nowell entered Cecil ’ s household as a tutor to his ward, Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.
Scholars of ballads are often divided into two camps, the ‘ communalists ’ who, following the line established by the German scholar Johann Gottfried Herder ( 1744 – 1803 ) and the Brothers Grimm, argue that ballads arose by a combined communal effort and did not have a single author, and ‘ individualists ’, following the thinking of English collector Cecil Sharp, who assert that there was a single original author.
The marriage produced eight children: Geraldine Leigh ( b. 1944 ), Michael John ( b. 1946 ), Josephine Hannah ( b. 1949 ), Victoria ( b. 1951 ), Eugene Anthony ( b. 1953 ), Jane Cecil ( b. 1957 ), Annette Emily ( b. 1959 ), and Christopher James ( b. 1962 ).
Chaplin also concentrated on his family, to which he and Oona added three more children, Jane Cecil ( b. 23 May 1957 ), Annette Emily ( b. 3 December 1959 ) and Christopher James ( b. 8 July 1962 ).
Cecil Blount DeMille ( August 12, 1881 – January 21, 1959 ) was an American film director and Academy Award-winning film producer in both silent and sound films.
Cecil was 11 at the time.
Cecil DeMille attended Pennsylvania Military College in Chester, Pennsylvania from the age of 15.

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Cecil DeMille's famous niece was named after her.
His brother William was already establishing himself as a playwright and sometimes worked in collaboration with Cecil.
The " puzzle " approach was carried even further into ingenious and seemingly impossible plots by John Dickson Carr — also writing as Carter Dickson — who is regarded as the master of the " locked room mystery ", and Cecil Street, who also wrote as John Rhode, whose detective, Dr. Priestley, specialised in elaborate technical devices, while in the US the whodunnit was adopted and extended by Rex Stout and Ellery Queen, among others.
In the early 20th century, ECD was revived in England by Cecil Sharp, who also was known for collecting folksongs.
When Cecil Sharp produced his interpretations he was working in the dark, and others have built on ( and sometimes disagreed with ) his work.
The first practical electron microscope was constructed in 1938, at the University of Toronto, by Eli Franklin Burton and students Cecil Hall, James Hillier, and Albert Prebus ; and Siemens produced the first commercial transmission electron microscope ( TEM ) in 1939.
William Cecil was already seeking solutions to the succession problem.
Since Elizabeth would never name her successor, Cecil was obliged to proceed in secret.
Because the 16th Earl held land from the Crown by knight service, after his father's death on 3 August 1562, Oxford became a royal ward of the 29-year-old Queen, and was placed in the household of Sir William Cecil, her Secretary of State and chief advisor.
During his first year at Cecil House, Oxford was briefly tutored by Laurence Nowell, the antiquarian and Anglo-Saxon scholar.
Anne had been pledged to Philip Sidney two years earlier, but after a year of negotiations Sidney's father, Sir Henry, was declining in favor with the queen and Cecil suspected financial difficulties.
Cecil was displeased with the arrangement, given his daughter's age compared to Oxford's, and had entertained the idea of her marrying the Earl of Rutland instead.
Aside from the unspoken conviction that Elizabeth was not his child, Burghley's papers reveal a flood of bitter complaints by Oxford against the Cecil family.
On 5 June 1588 Anne Cecil died at court of a fever ; she was 31.
Any hope Oxford might have had of assuming parental care of his daughters was dashed by Sir Robert Cecil, due to the fact that he had never supported them financially in the past, and now had yet another wife and child.
On 4 December he was shocked that Cecil, who had encouraged him to undertake the Danvers suit on the Crown's behalf, had now withdrawn his support for it.

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