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Famous in his own time for his perceived ugliness, Abraham Lincoln was described by a contemporary: " to say that he is ugly is nothing ; to add that his figure is grotesque, is to convey no adequate impression.
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She also wrote the updated introduction to Sagan's book The Cosmic Connection, the epilogue of Billions and Billions, and her own novel, A Famous Broken Heart.
It marks Paramount's return to having its own animated division for the first time since 1967, when Paramount Cartoon Studios shut down ( it was formerly Famous Studios until 1956 ).
Famous Players made their own public statements deeming him more trouble than he was worth ( the divorce, bigamy trials, debts ) and that he was temperamental, almost diva-like.
Nathan's Famous bought the exclusive rights to market the Arthur Treacher's trademark and sell their products co-branded with Nathan's own concepts Kenny Rogers Roasters and Miami Subs in 2006 ; however, PAT Franchise Systems has a license agreement with NF Treachers to sell Arthur Treacher's Fish and Chips franchises in eight states.
In a move that remains controversial to the present day ( though it has not been closely examined by film historians ), Paramount took over the Fleischer studio completely and brought it under the fold of their own studio, renaming it Famous Studios and continuing the work that the Fleischers began.
In 2008 Chorion, who now own the rights to Blyton's books and characters, published through Hodder's Children's Books the Famous Five's Survival Guide, a book that combines survival tips and facts with a story in which the grown-up characters revisit a case they failed to solve in their childhood.
After a short stint with Benny Goodman, Allen started leading his own band at The Famous Door in Manhattan.
The Cameron Crowe-created movie " Almost Famous " features a scene where a Black Sabbath groupie is telling aspiring journalist William Miller ( said to be created in Crowe's own image ) about how, " Marc Bolan broke her heart, man.
Famous in his own day, his work was subsequently eclipsed for close to a century, only to re-emerge in recent times as " the most important gay visual artist of the pre – World War I era " according to Thomas Waugh.
In The Famous Flower of Serving-Men, the heroine's murdered husband appears to the king as a white dove, lamenting her fate over his own grave.
In addition to the Paramount film, television, home video, and music publishing divisions, the company continued to own the Madison Square Garden properties ( which also included MSG Network ), a 50 % stake in USA Networks ( the other 50 % was owned by MCA / Universal Studios, which incidentally became the owner of the Famous Music Group catalog when it bought ABC Records in 1979 and a majority of the pre-1950 Paramount sound feature film library when it bought it in 1958 ) and Simon and Schuster ( which itself acquired Prentice Hall a few years before, and later Gousha ).
Famous for its " supertubes ", probably South Africa's longest and most consistently good wave, it's charged with a surf vibe as relaxed as it is friendly, and this tends to soften the effect of the wealthy set who have made this part of the coast their own.
Since inception, the company has paid homage to the works of famous people within its own theatrical context, hence the name Famous People Players.
Venues now come in all shapes and sizes, with use being made of every conceivable space from proper theatres ( e. g. Traverse or Bedlam Theatre ), custom-made theatres ( e. g. Music Hall in the Assembly Rooms ), historic castles ( C venues ), to lecture theatres ( Pleasance, George Square Theatre and Sweet ECA ), conference centres, other university rooms and spaces, temporary structures ( The Famous Spiegeltent and the Udderbelly ), churches and church halls, schools, a public toilet, the back of a taxi, and even in the audience's own homes.
Famous alumni include the Premiership footballer Matthew Taylor, folk musician John Spiers and Dr Mike Leahy, who presents his own TV programme Invasion of the Bodyscratchers and has appeared in many other medical programmes.
Trick Daddy left Slip-n-Slide in 2008 and released his 8th studio album Finally Famous: Born a Thug Still a Thug on September 25, 2009, under his own Dunk Ryder Records.
In 1914, she made her second silent film appearance, this time in the feature-length adaptation of George V. Hobart's play, Mrs. Black is Back, produced by Adolph Zukor's Famous Players Film Company and filmed for the most part at her own sprawling home in New York.
After years of extensive typecasting at Famous Players, Hayakawa decided to form his own production company.
He moved to Philadelphia in 1913 and played in John Philips Sousa's band, forming his own group, Harry Kandel's Famous Inlet Orchestra, in 1916.
In 1999, " He Loves Me 2 ", co-written by M-Doc ( known for a remix production for such major artists as Madonna, Janet Jackson or Keitha Sweat ) to whom singer would return his favor providing background vocals on " Keep It Real ", a song recorded for his own album Young, Black, Rich and Famous, might seemed to bring more competitive results than her previous endeavor, reaching No .# 24 on the Hot Dance Club Play.
Famous Jazz harmonica player Larry Adler has his own harmonica series, which are chromatic with either 12 or 16 holes.
Famous works have accumulated numbers of red " appreciation seals ", and often poems added by later owners-the Qianlong Emperor ( 1711 – 1799 ) was a prolific adder of his own poems, following earlier Emperors.
Sydney achieved his own million-dollar contract from Famous Players-Lasky in 1919, but a series of problems resulted in only one failed film, King, Queen, Joker and disappearance from the screen once again.
Famous vacuum tube kits from Dynaco, Heathkit, and McIntosh, as well as solid state ( transistor ) kits from Hafler allowed for consumers to build their own hi fidelity systems.
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Famous inhabitants of the city at that time included native sons Hans von Bodeck and Samuel Hartlib.
With partners Daniel Frohman and Charles Frohman he planned to offer feature-length films that would appeal to the middle class by featuring the leading theatrical players of the time ( leading to the slogan " Famous Players in Famous Plays ").
* Notably, this allowed Paramount to have some involvement in the Superman franchise for the first time since selling off the Fleischer / Famous cartoons.
Famous artists and architects, such as Bramante, Bernini and Raphael resided for some time in Rome, contributing to its Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
During this time Valentino began to contemplate not returning to Famous Players, although Jesse Lasky already had his next picture, The Spanish Cavalier, in preparation.
In the 2006 book, In Vogue: The Illustrated History of the World's Most Famous Fashion Magazine ( Rizzoli ), the editors cite Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Tatjana Patitz, and Claudia Shiffer when quoting Vogue Magazine Editor-In-Chief, Anna Wintour, who said, " Those girls were so fabulous for fashion and totally reflected that time ... were like movie stars.
Famous celebrity panelists Brett Somers ( Klugman's wife at the time ) and Charles Nelson Reilly began as guest panelists on the program, with Somers brought in at the request of Klugman, who felt she would make a nice fit on the program.
One of these men, Jay Richards-at the time head of the television department of the Famous Artists Agency, long since absorbed by I. F. A.
Famous people who visited and lived in Vernon include: Alexander Campbell, founder of the Christian Church and Bethany College ; Henry Ward Beecher came to Vernon early in the Civil War and made a plea for Lincoln and the Union at the Courthouse ; and Lord Flanigan, English nobleman, was a one time a citizen of Vernon.
Famous Radio DJ and co-host of Salt Lake City, Utah's KXRK 96. 3FM " Radio from Hell " show, Gina Barberi, was also a long time Roy native.
The children's author Enid Blyton spent time in the area and some of her adventure stories like The Famous Five ( Kirrin Island ) featured castles that were said to be based on Corfe Castle.
Famous for her libido, she was bisexual, and her affairs with both men and women were carried out in ways that were scandalous at the time.
Famous atmospheric anomaly time series are for instance the Southern Oscillation index ( SOI ) and the North Atlantic oscillation index.
At an earlier time in food regulation, when the hot dog was suspect, Handwerker made sure that men wearing surgeon's smocks were seen eating at Nathan's Famous to reassure potential customers.
The contemporary writer Giovanni Boccaccio has left us with the following description of Queen Joanna in his On Famous Women: " Joanna, queen of Sicily and Jerusalem, is more renowned than other woman of her time for lineage, power, and character ".
Famous evangelical Protestant preachers such as George Whitefield and Charles Spurgeon used and heartily commended the work, with Whitefield reading it through four times-the last time on his knees.
Another long-time close friend was " Famous Monsters of Filmland " magazine editor, book writer, and sci-fi collector Forrest J Ackerman, who loaned Harryhausen his photos of King Kong in 1933, right after Harryhausen had seen the film for the first time.
Famous London chef / restaurateur Gordon Ramsay ate In-N-Out for the first time when taping Hell's Kitchen in Los Angeles, and it soon became one of his favorite spots for take-out.
The " Atlanta Hardcore " Movement has been strong since the 80's during the time of Famous Hardcore Punk locals like Neon Christ.