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Elwes and work
Also among the colonists are Father Horst Elwes, a Christian priest, and a large number of ' Ivets ' ( Involuntary Transportees ), petty criminals from Earth sentenced to work on the colony worlds to repay their debt to society.
Co-authors Augustine Henry and Elwes, c. 1906 From 1900 to 1913 Elwes undertook his greatest work, " The Trees of Great Britain and Ireland ", in conjunction with the botanist Augustine Henry.
Dame Alice Godman, who was related by marriage to Elwes, agreed to underwrite the cost of the work ( co-written by Grove and the botanist A. D. Cotton ) and the first seven parts of the supplement were published between July 1933 and February 1940, with 30 hand-coloured lithographed plates, all but two by Lillian Snelling ( 1879 – 1972 ).

Elwes and includes
The cast includes Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Robert Duvall, Randy Quaid, Cary Elwes and Michael Rooker.

Elwes and James
Prominent modern celebrities who attended Harrow include eccentric horse-racing pundit John McCririck, singer James Blunt and actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Cary Elwes.
Even after the troubled development history of the Bradley additional problems occurred after production started as described in a book by Air Force Col. James Burton, which was adapted for the 1998 film The Pentagon Wars starring Kelsey Grammer and Cary Elwes.
Cary Elwes played Burgess ' lover, James Harcourt.
After doing an illegal autopsy on Wormus, Alvin Kersh ( James Pickens, Jr .) sends Brad Follmer ( Cary Elwes ) to locate Doggett.
Contributors included H. E. Bates, Sir Max Beerbohm, James Boswell, Bill Brandt, Brassaï, Patrick Campbell, Aleister Crowley, Robert Doisneau, Dominick Elwes, Ronald Ferns, C. S. Forester, John Glashan, Sydney Jacobson, Robert Graves, Michael Heath, Ergy Landau, Nancy Mitford, Stephen Potter, V. S. Pritchett, Ronald Searle, Sir Sacheverell Sitwell, and Ylla.
Also starring are Michael Jenn ( Barclay ), Robert Addie ( Delahay ), Rupert Wainwright ( Donald Devenish ), Tristan Oliver ( Fowler ), Cary Elwes ( James Harcourt ), Piers Flint-Shipman ( Menzies ) and Anna Massey ( Imogen Bennett ).

Elwes and well
Of the film's cast, two actors had previously appeared in vampire movies: Udo Kier played Count Dracula in Blood for Dracula ( 1974 ) as well appearing in Blade ( 1998 ) as Dragonetti and Cary Elwes played Arthur Holmwood in Bram Stoker's Dracula ( 1992 ).
with " a booming voice which carried well across his Gloucestershire estate, but was very disconcerting elsewhere " At 13, Elwes was sent to study at Eton College.

Elwes and film
One of his ancestors is John Elwes, who is believed to be the inspiration for Ebenezer Scrooge in Charles Dickens ' A Christmas Carol ( 1843 ) ( Elwes played five roles in the 2009 film adaptation of the novel ).
Elwes made his acting debut in 1984 with Marek Kanievska's film Another Country.
Elwes returned to the Saw franchise in Saw 3D ( 2010 ), the seventh and final film in the series, as Dr. Lawrence Gordon.
Elwes filmed a film adaptation of Camilla Dickinson in late 2010 where he played Rafferty Dickinson.
On 23 October 2011, Variety reported that Elwes will make his directorial debut with an independent film, Elvis & Nixon.
In 2005, Elwes played the young Pope John Paul II in the CBS television film Pope John Paul II.
In 2011, Elwes performed the English voice over for Indian film, Delhi Safari.
* The Crush ( 1993 film ), a film starring Cary Elwes and Alicia Silverstone
Everett's break came in 1981 at the Greenwich Theatre and later West End production of Another Country, playing a gay schoolboy opposite Kenneth Branagh, followed by a film version in 1984 with Cary Elwes and Colin Firth.
Houseman was portrayed by Cary Elwes in the 1999 Tim Robbins-directed film, Cradle Will Rock.
* Russ Wheeler, a character played by Cary Elwes in the film Days Of Thunder
Glory is a 1989 American drama war film directed by Edward Zwick and starring Matthew Broderick, Denzel Washington, Cary Elwes and Morgan Freeman.
Despite being a dangerous threat to Mowgli, Khan appears rarely and instead serves as an anti-hero of the film while an arrogant British captain named William Boone ( who is played by Cary Elwes ) serves as the villain of the film.
Produced and directed by Mel Brooks, the film stars Cary Elwes, Richard Lewis, and Dave Chappelle in his film debut.
It stars Cary Elwes and Alicia Silverstone in her feature film debut.
is a 1991 comedy spoof film starring Charlie Sheen, Cary Elwes, Valeria Golino, Lloyd Bridges, Kevin Dunn, Jon Cryer and Ryan Stiles.
On November 6, 2009, ImageMovers Digital released A Christmas Carol, a performance capture film starring Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, and Cary Elwes, each in multiple roles.

Elwes and television
In 1996, Elwes made his first television appearance as David Lookner on the sitcom Seinfeld.
Over the years, Westport Country Playhouse apprentices have included composer / lyricist Stephen Sondheim, screenwriter Frank Perry, television host Sally Jesse Raphael, composer Mary Rodgers, actor Cary Elwes, and actress Tammy Grimes.

Elwes and such
Elwes also appeared in such films as Francis Coppola's adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Crush, Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, Twister, Liar Liar, Cradle Will Rock, The Cat's Meow and Kiss the Girls.
At competitions arranged by Gervase Elwes in 1905-06, several folk singers from the surrounding area — including Joseph Taylor and George Gouldthorpe — sang for the composer Percy Grainger songs such as Brigg Fair and Lisbon.
Before 2004, the island had a small community of tenants such as the painter Luke Elwes, author Rodrick Kalberer, photographer Helene Binet and Den Phillips, and architect Raoul Bunschoten and philosopher David Papineau.

Elwes and for
Ralph Vaughan Williams produced his most famous settings of six songs, the cycle On Wenlock Edge, for string quartet, tenor and piano ( dedicated to Gervase Elwes ) in 1909, and it became very popular after Elwes recorded it with the London String Quartet and Frederick B. Kiddle in 1917.
Elwes had been closely identified with English wartime morale, having given six benefit performances of The Dream of Gerontius on consecutive nights in 1916, and many concerts in France in 1917 for British soldiers.
Actor Cary Elwes was brought into the seasons for a six episode recurring role as Brad Follmer.
* Cary Elwes as Russ Wheeler, a rookie driver who fills in for Cole, but later on becomes his teammate and bitter rival.
Father Elwes escapes onto the savannah with most of Aberdale's children, but not before one of the possessed reveals a terrible secret: the possessing entities are the souls of humans who have died and been trapped, some of them for millennia, in an absolute void where the only way to pass the time is to parasitically feed on the memories and experiences of others.
* John Elwes ( aka " Elwes the Miser "), was a noted British eccentric and miser, believed to be the inspiration for the character of " Ebenezer Scrooge " in Charles Dickens ' A Christmas Carol.
He also trained Cary Elwes for his role as Westley in The Princess Bride.
Oxford Blues ( 1984 ) was an early project for Rob Lowe, a teen drama which also featured Cary Elwes, Michael Gough, Chad Lowe, Amanda Pays, Julian Sands and Ally Sheedy.
Actor Cary Elwes mentioned on the commentary for the uncut edition DVD of Saw that he passed on the role of Josh.
Henry John Elwes, FRS ( 16 May 1846 – 26 November 1922 ) was a British botanist, entomologist, author, lepidopterist, naturalist, collector and traveller who became renowned for collecting specimens of lilies during trips to the Himalayas and Korea.
Elwes was famous for his breeding of Nerine and Eremurus.

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