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Every Man Out contains an allusion to John Marston's Histriomastix in Act III, scene i, a play that was acted in the autumn of 1599 ; the clown character Clove speaks " fustian " in mimicry of Marston's style.
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For example the words of " I'm a Man You Don't Meet Every Day " ( Roud 975 ) are known from a broadside in the Bodleian Library.
Cobham was a common butt of veiled satire in Elizabethan popular literature ; he figures in Ben Jonson's Every Man in His Humour and may have been part of the reason The Isle of Dogs was suppressed.
* Screenplays: Aguirre, The Wrath of God, Every Man For Himself and God Against All & Land of Silence and Darkness ( translated by Alan Greenberg & Martje Herzog ; Tanam, New York, ISBN 0-934378-03-7 )
In 1984, a tribute album titled Every Man Has a Woman was released, featuring a selection of Ono songs performed by artists such as Elvis Costello, Roberta Flack, Eddie Money, Rosanne Cash and Harry Nilsson.
She returned to No. 1 on the same charts in November 2004 with " Everyman ... Everywoman ...," a reworking of her song " Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him ", in January 2008, with " No No No ," and in August 2008, with " Give Peace a Chance.
In 2004, Ono remade her song " Everyman ... Everywoman ..." to support same-sex marriage, releasing remixes that included " Every Man Has a Man Who Loves Him " and " Every Woman Has a Woman Who Loves Her.
She appeared in the 1975 screen adaptation of the Hans Fallada novel, Every Man Dies Alone directed by Alfred Vohrer, released in English as Everyone Dies Alone in 1976 and for which she won an award for best actress at the International Film Festival in Carlsbad, then in Czechoslovakia.
Bryan's words gave rise to later economic and political philosophies, including Huey Long's 1930s Share Our Wealth program, with its trigger phrase, " Every Man a King " inspired by Bryan's speech.
The famous " Wings of Man " campaign in the late 1960s was created by advertising agency Young & Rubicam, and restored Eastern's tarnished image until the late 1970s, when former astronaut Frank Borman became president and it was replaced by a new campaign, " We Have To Earn Our Wings Every Day ".
Long created the Share Our Wealth program in 1934 with the motto " Every Man a King ", proposing new wealth redistribution measures in the form of a net asset tax on corporations and individuals to curb the poverty and homelessness endemic nationwide during the Great Depression.
In his final months, Long followed up his earlier autobiography, " Every Man a King ", with a second book entitled My First Days in the White House, laying out his plans for the presidency after the election of 1936.
Long's first autobiography, Every Man a King, was published in 1933 and priced to be affordable by poor Americans.
His circle of friends and acquaintances included Lord Burghley, Fulke Greville, Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, John Stow, John Dee, Jacques de Thou and Ben Jonson, who was Camden's student at Westminster and who dedicated an early edition of Every Man in His Humour to him.
One notable exception was his work on a Yoko Ono Lennon tribute album, Every Man Has A Woman ( 1984 ) ( Polydor ); another was a cover of " Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah " recorded for Hal Willner's 1988 tribute album Stay Awake: Various Interpretations of Music from Vintage Disney Films.
The band has officially announced the release of its first new studio recording since 2007, " Every Man And Woman Is A Star ".
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If nothing else, at least two good songs came out of the project, `` Out Of This World '' and `` June Comes Around Every Year ''.
Scott Ian and Rob Caggiano are currently in a side project called The Damned Things with members of Fall Out Boy and Every Time I Die.
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In Histriomastix, Marston satirizes Jonson ’ s pride through the character Chrisoganus ; Jonson responds by satirizing Marstons's wordy style in Every Man Out of His Humour, acted by the Lord Chamberlain's Men.
The other US Top Five singles were " Every Woman in the World " ( No. 5 ) and " All Out of Love " ( No. 2 ).
His plays show a willingness to experiment with dramatic form: An Humorous Day's Mirth was one of the first plays to be written in the style of ' humours comedy ' which Ben Jonson later used in Every Man in his Humour and Every Man Out of his Humour.
In addition to his magic shows he hosted a number of other television series during the 1980s and 1990s, including three BBC1 quiz shows: Odd One Out, Every Second Counts and Wipeout, and the children's television programme Wizbit ( also for the BBC ), about a magician called Wizbit and a rabbit called Woolly, who lived in Puzzleopolis.
Every year, the media groups on campus work together to host a journalism and media conference entitled Speak Up, Write Out, bringing in members of the world, national, and local media to speak in panels open to students of Gettysburg and other nearby colleges.
Jonson, who reported to Drummond that Marston had accused him of sexual profligacy, satirized Marston in Clove in Every Man Out of His Humour, as Crispinus in Poetaster, and as Hedon in Cynthia's Revels.
In addition to Every Man in His Humour ( 1598 ) and Every Man Out of His Humour ( 1599 ), Condell is known to have performed in four more of Jonson's plays: Sejanus ( 1603 ), Volpone ( 1605 ), The Alchemist ( 1610 ), and Catiline ( 1611 ).
Among the earliest City Comedies are Ben Jonson's " Every Man Out of His Humour " and Thomas Dekker's " The Shoemaker's Holiday ," both dating from 1598..
The earliest non-Shakespearean play known to have been performed by the company is Ben Jonson's Every Man in His Humour, which was produced in the middle of 1598 ; they also staged the thematic sequel, Every Man Out of His Humour, the next year.
Another album, Come Out Tonight, followed later that year, and his third solo album, Every Now and Then, was released in 2008.
Their first UK successful single, " Each and Every One ", had a jazzy sound, and EBTG was considered part of the jazz / popular music style known as " sophisti-pop ", that included other British acts like Swing Out Sister, Sade, Matt Bianco, and The Style Council, on whose Café Bleu album they guested.
They have achieved success within New Zealand including a place on the New Zealand leg of the 2005 Big Day Out and Edgefest05 tour, their first record ( The Mad Love ) going " Gold " in NZ, and their second record ( Streetlights and Shadows ) being released in Japan by Triple Vision followed by 48May touring through Japan with " Four Year Strong " and " Every Avenue " in support of the release.
Released as the second single from Puff Daddy and the Family's No Way Out album, " I'll Be Missing You " contains an interpolation of the song " Every Breath You Take " by The Police from 1983.
It has been convincingly argued that Weever was the author of this pamphlet, and that as a result he was attacked in his turn and lampooned onstage as the character Asinius Bubo in Thomas Dekker's Satiromastix, as Simplicius Faber in Marston's What You Will and as Shift in Jonson's Every Man Out Of His Humour.
Individual scholars and critics have searched Every Man Out for allusions to or covert portraits of William Shakespeare, Samuel Daniel, Michael Drayton, George Chapman, and other figures of the theatre scene, though their hypotheses have not won general acceptance.
With less uncertainty, the characters Fastidious Brisk and Carlo Buffone in Every Man Out — like Hedon and Anaides in Cynthia's Revels and Crispinus and Demeter in The Poetaster — are representations of Marston and Thomas Dekker.