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* 1943 – Don Simpson, American film producer ( d. 1996 )
These associates, made up of Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Dawn Steel and Don Simpson would each go on and head up major movie studios of their own later in their careers.
It was produced by Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer, the producers of Top Gun and Crimson Tide.
Category: Films produced by Don Simpson
Producer Don Simpson is usually credited with the creation of the high-concept picture of the modern Hollywood blockbuster.
* January 19 – Don Simpson, American film producer ( b. 1943 )
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Among the notables who died either without a valid will or no will at all are Ross Alexander, Fatty Arbuckle, Anura Bandaranaike, Madhav Prasad Birla, Sonny Bono, George Brent, Lenny Bruce, Jacob A. Cantor, Kurt Cobain, Russ Columbo, Sam Cooke, James Dean, Sandy Dennis, John Denver, Divine, Duke Ellington, Cass Elliot, Chris Farley, Bobby Fischer, Redd Foxx, Mary Frann, James A. Garfield, Marvin Gaye, Ulysses S. Grant, Billie Holiday, Buddy Holly, Shemp Howard, Howard Hughes, Andrew Johnson, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ernie Kovacs, Harry Langdon, Bruce Lee, Abraham Lincoln, Peter Lorre, Jayne Mansfield, Rocky Marciano, Karl Marx, Steve McNair, Sal Mineo, Carmen Miranda, Keith Moon, Rosa Parks, Pablo Picasso, Mihajlo Idvorski Pupin, Tupac Shakur, Don Simpson, Anna Nicole Smith, William Desmond Taylor, Sharon Tate, Tiny Tim, Ritchie Valens, Hervé Villechaize, Barry White, and Jimmy Witherspoon.
Flashdance is a 1983 American romantic drama film that was the first collaboration of producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer.
Category: Films produced by Don Simpson
* April 1995: On the Don Imus radio show, US Senator Al D ' Amato put on a comical Asian accent and criticized judge Lance Ito for personal interest in allowing television cameras in the O. J. Simpson murder trial.
The group formed in the Waterhouse district of Kingston in 1972, initially called simply " Uhuru " ( the Swahili word for freedom ), with a line-up of Derrick " Duckie " Gong Simpson, founder and CEO, Garth Dennis, and lastly Don Carlos Their first release was a cover version of Curtis Mayfield's " Romancing to the Folk Song ", which was followed by " Time is on Our Side "; Neither song was a success and they split up, with Carlos pursuing a solo career, as did Dennis, before joining The Wailing Souls.
Black Uhuru, belonging to Simpson alone, had been booked to play at an awards ceremony in California, which coincidentally had old original members Don Carlos and Garth Dennis on the bill, and they took the opportunity to reunite the original line-up for a performance at the event, and decided to continue afterwards.
A legal battle over the name followed, won by Simpson in 1997. Don Carlos owes Simpson $ 250, 000. US for illegally using the name of Black Uhuru, determined by a US court judge in Los Angeles, Ca.
Group: Derrick " Duckie " Simpson, Garth Dennis, Don Carlos
" Macdonald made his final appearance as Weekend Update anchor in December 1997, after NBC executive Don Ohlmeyer — a longtime friend of Simpson, who had previously told Michaels to not let his friendship affect the show — demanded his dismissal from the segment, despite Michaels ' protest that making the change in the middle of the season would be difficult for the show.
Producer Don Simpson complained, " The song is no good.
* Wendy Whitebread by Don Simpson
The British leaders of charismatic restorationism mutually recognised a parallel movement in the United States, centered on the Fort Lauderdale Five ; Derek Prince, Don Basham, Bob Mumford, Charles Simpson and Ern Baxter.
During the 1980s and 1990s, he was a co-producer with Don Simpson of a string of highly successful Hollywood films for Paramount Pictures.
In 2007, there was a major shake-up of the Braves broadcasters: Don Sutton departed to be the full-time broadcaster with the Washington Nationals, Skip Caray and Pete Van Wieren went to the Braves Radio Network full time, and Joe Simpson signed with Fox Broadcasting Company to be a color analyst on FSN South and Sports South, and also signed to call a limited schedule of games on TBS with Chip.
In June 2000, Caray, along with fellow Braves broadcasters Joe Simpson, Pete Van Wieren and Don Sutton, was banned from Atlanta Braves team charter flights for several games after criticizing Braves catcher Javy López for being penalized for setting up outside the catchers box during a game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Allward first served an apprenticeship with the architectural firm Gibson and Simpson before working at the Don Valley Brick Works, where he modelled architectural ornaments.
Simpson replaced Congressman Don Young ( R-AK ) on the committee.

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Among the spectators was the noted exotic dancer, Patti Waggin who is Mrs. Don Rudolph when off the stage.
It is truly odd and ironic that the most handsome and impressive film yet made from Miguel De Cervantes' `` Don Quixote '' is the brilliant Russian spectacle, done in wide screen and color, which opened yesterday at the Fifty-fifth Street and Sixty-eighth Street Playhouses.
* In the centre of Dooagh is a commemoration plaque to Don Allum, the first man to row across the Atlantic Ocean in both directions.
In the initial stanzas of the poem Asagarth is the capital of Asaland, a section of Asia to the east of the Tana-kvísl or Vana-Kvísl river ( kvísl is " fork "), which Snorri explains is the Tanais, or Don River, flowing into the Black Sea.
The samples they collected there, although their origin is still not certain, are, according to geologist Don Wilhelms, " a reasonable bet to be Descartes.
He is also known as Yarhi from his birthplace ( Hebrew Yerah, i. e. moon, lune ), and he further took the name Astruc, Don Astruc or En Astruc of Lunel.
Don DeLillo's Underworld ( 1997 ) is also set in the Bronx and offers a perspective on the decline of the area from the 1950s onwards.
The first written reference is found in a book by the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, who is most famous for writing Don Quixote.
Don McLean's popular 1971 ballad " American Pie " is inspired by Holly and the day of the plane crash.
Ballad is also sometimes applied to strophic story-songs more generally, such as Don McLean's " American Pie ".
In the case of Software development, this moment is generally agreed to be the publication in the 1980s of the specifications for the IBM Personal Computer published by IBM employee Philip Don Estridge.
Judge's gory send-up When Animated Animals Attack is also a cult hit among animation festival fans in North America, as are the works of Don Hertzfeldt ( Billy's Balloon, Rejected, The Meaning of Life ) and Robert Smigel.
She is also part of the band Bandella, which also includes fellow NASA astronaut Steven Robinson, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, and Micki Pettit ( astronaut Don Pettit's wife ).
The main ' Colonna di Paliano ' family is represented today by Prince Marcantonio Colonna di Paliano, Prince and Duke of Paliano ( b. 1948 ), whose heir is Giovanni Andrea Colonna di Paliano ( b. 1975 ), and by Don Prospero Colonna di Paliano, Prince of Avella ( b. 1956 ), whose heir is Filippo Colonna di Paliano ( b. 1995 ).
In the 2001 feature film Ocean's Eleven Don Cheadle uses the term " barney " and the claim is made that this rhyme is derived from Barney Rubble, (" trouble ") with references to a character from the Flintstones cartoon show.
Disco hit the television airwaves with Soul Train in 1971 hosted by Don Cornelius, then Marty Angelo's Disco Step-by-Step Television Show in 1975, Steve Marcus ' Disco Magic / Disco 77, Eddie Rivera's Soap Factory and Merv Griffin's Dance Fever, hosted by Deney Terrio, who is credited with teaching actor John Travolta to dance for his upcoming role in the hit movie Saturday Night Fever.
(; ), fully titled The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha (), is a novel written by Miguel de Cervantes.
Published in two volumes a decade apart, in 1605 and 1615, Don Quixote is considered the most influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age and the entire Spanish literary canon.

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