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" " Copycat " films financed, or partially financed, by German production companies included Mark of the Devil ( 1970 ), with Herbert Lom and Udo Kier, The Bloody Judge ( 1970 ), directed by Jesus Franco and starring Christopher Lee, and Hexen geschändet und zu Tode gequält ( 1973 ), released in the U. S. years later on video as Mark of the Devil Part II.
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The Copycat project was subsequently extended under the name " Metacat " by Hofstadter's doctoral student James Marshall.
During his brief heyday, Sherman's parodies were so popular that he had at least one contemporary imitator: My Son the Copycat was an album of song parodies performed by Stanley Ralph Ross, co-written by Ross and Bob Arbogast.
* DeSalvo was one of the serial killers whose murders were recreated by the killer in the movie Copycat.
Nicknamed the " Copycat Clone Club " by Angela, January Cole and Karlene Trainor are Nanette ’ s best friends — treated more like her servants — who follow Nanette around wherever she goes ; basically her girl posse.
Copycat is a model of analogy making and human cognition based on the concept of the parallel terraced scan, developed in 1988 by Douglas Hofstadter, Melanie Mitchell, and others at the Center for Research on Concepts and Cognition, Indiana University Bloomington.
** " Copycat Crimes " ( colours, with Roland Grey and art by Dylan Teague and Kevin Brighton, in 2000 AD # 1192-1193, May 2000 )
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At the University of Michigan and Indiana University, he co-authored, with Melanie Mitchell, a computational model of " high-level perception " – Copycat – and several other models of analogy-making and cognition, including the Tabletop project, co-developed with Robert M. French.
Transgender issues also come up with shapechangers like Mystique, Copycat, and Courier who can change gender at will.
* Copycat Effect-review of Coleman's book on tendency of publicity about mass deaths to provoke more with section on postal shootings
They aid the mutant Cable when the scientist Psycho-Man abducted the shape-changing Copycat ; with visiting super-team Alpha Flight battle Microverse inhabitant Baron Zebek of Aegyptus and later assist Rick Jones and Captain Marvel during their adventures in the Microverse.
From 2005-2006, Swarez starred in a series of commercials for Smirnoff Ice ( which featured the song " Copycat "), with the commercials being shown in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
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He played a serial killer in Copycat in 1995, before being cast as jet fighter pilot in the 1996 blockbuster Independence Day.
His first thriller film since Copycat came in 2007, when he played the violent ex-husband in Bug, before two romantic comedies, 2007's P. S.
* Chun, Lt. Col. Clayton K. S. Shooting down a " Star ": Program 437, the US Nuclear ASAT System and Present-Day Copycat Killers.
Some examples of crime thrillers involving murderers include, Seven, No Country for Old Men, Silence of the Lambs, Untraceable, Mindhunters, Kiss the Girls, Along Came a Spider and Copycat.
Copycat took Domino's place and infiltrated X-force, but she was later found out and Cable freed Domino.
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Ómar Swarez rapped several verses on " Stick ' Em Up " and " Weirdo ", and rapped a verse on " Baseline ", " Copycat ", and " Fuck You Puto ".
The original Copycat was written in Common Lisp and is bitrotten ( as it relies on now-outdated graphics libraries ); however, a Java port exists.
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Famous examples of early academic blackboard systems are the Hearsay II speech recognition system and Douglas Hofstadter's Copycat and Numbo projects.
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Most of his films have been at least partially financed by Telefilm Canada, and Cronenberg is a vocal supporter of government-backed film projects, saying " Every country needs system of government Grant ( money ) | grants in order to have a national cinema in the face of Hollywood ".
In the 1930s, anti-drug propaganda was exampled in such films as Reefer Madness ( 1936 ), originally financed by a church group under the title Tell Your Children, was intended to be shown to parents as a morality tale attempting to teach them about the dangers of cannabis use, and Assassin of Youth ( 1937 ) about the supposed ill-effects of cannabis.
The film was not financed by a major studio ( National Geographic was a key investor ), making it one of the most expensive independent films to date.
The film was publicly financed due to Canadian legislation mandating the production of Canadian-content films to compete with product imported from the United States, which dominates the Canadian box office.
Some of these early artistically-oriented films were financed by wealthy individuals rather than film companies, particularly in cases where the content of the film was controversial or unlikely to attract an audience.
These films, aimed at appealing to a worldwide audience, were financed using a strategy known as " pre-sales ", in which domestic and foreign distributors invested in these marketable films in exchange for local releasing rights.
Nelson Entertainment, in addition to primarily handling the Embassy library for home video, also financed theatrical films in conjunction with Columbia Pictures.
StudioCanal also financed French-language films, such as Brotherhood of the Wolf ( which became the second-highest-grossing French-language film in the United States in the last two decades ) and Intimate Strangers ( which is being remade by Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures ).
Most such films are made on very low budgets, self-financed or financed through small grants, with a minimal crew or, often a crew of only one person, the filmmaker.
Working in France, another group of filmmakers also financed films through patronage and distributed them through cine-clubs, yet they were narrative films not tied to an avant-garde school.
Beaucaire ( the name of the character played by Bob Hope in the film Monsieur Beaucaire ), Safra appeared in minor roles in three movies and financed eight Woody Allen films through a production company, Sweetland Films, run with girlfriend Jean Doumanian, who was a dear friend to Allen.
During the 1950s most of the films recounting Jesus ' life were financed by church groups and played in churches to small but dedicated audiences.
Columbia's arrangement with Katzman was straightforward: Katzman selected the properties, Columbia approved the scripts and financed the productions, Katzman made the films using studio personnel and resources, and Columbia gave Katzman 25 % of the profits.
The company also financed the production of theatrical films, some of which were released by Warner Bros. Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, and United Artists.
The film was also partially financed by the French production company StudioCanal, which had provided funding for three previous Lynch films.
It is one of the few television stations in the U. S. that broadcasts films of the LDS cinema genre, as Miller was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and financed a number of LDS-themed films.
They also financed and distributed a series of films made by Hammer Film Productions, which partly came about through Bernard Delfont's friendship with James Carreras.