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He credits his flying career to a fellow band member: “ Our drummer, Steve Schimming, had a private pilot ’ s license, and one day he took me up in his plane.
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credits and flying
If the player did not lose any lives during the game, Marin is shown flying after the ending credits finish, in the original Game Boy version, she is shown in the form of a winged woman, while she takes the form of a seagull in the DX version.
The opening credits theme, Superman's " leitmotif ", was often ( though not always ) used whenever Superman was depicted flying or taking action.
* The opening credits of the 1976 film Grizzly were filmed flying through the gorge, and several establishing shots were shot in one of the gift shops on the gorge rim.
The original Sunshine Skyway Bridge is featured in the old-time radio series " Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar " in the episode " The Fancy Bridgework Matter " ( 11 / 22 / 1959 ) and in the original opening credits to the 1988 Superboy TV series which showed the hero flying over the damaged original span and then turning to view the new bridge under construction.
A letter to Points of View praised the ending of this episode, where the sound and spectacle of thousands of cranes flying in to roost for the night, replaces the usual end credits and music.
The end sequence shows Kirby and King Dedede flying together and reconciling, while scrolling text explains the plot, before the end credits roll.
After the credits, Donkey and Dragon are reunited and he meets their newborn children, flying flame breathing miniature Donkeys.
Finally, after the credits, Jeltz is able to tick the box that he is supposed to tick after he has destroyed the Earth and Arthur goes flying with Fenchurch.
The universe is destroyed, leaving the player's ship flying in a field of rocky debris as the credits roll.
In the ending credits sequence of this version there are cinematic animations of scenes depicting the fighters flying through stages in the game.
The game ends with the player and the deputy flying off into the sunrise while the game plays " You Are What I Eat " along with the end credits.
" People flying on " AA " were rewarded with credits that could be amassed and used for free travel.
credits and career
However, Charlton credits much of the early development of his career to his grandfather Tanner and his mother Cissie.
In his autobiographical essay, published in 1973 in Les Prix Nobel ( winners of the prizes are requested to provide such essays ), Lorenz credits his career to his parents, who " were supremely tolerant of my inordinate love for animals ," and to his childhood encounter with Selma Lagerlof's The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, which filled him with a great enthusiasm about wild geese.
He credits his wife as the person who made his writing career possible, and he advises aspiring writers that they need to have a source of income other than their writing in order to get through the early years of a writing career.
Stephan Pastis, creator of Pearls Before Swine, credits Adams for launching his career as a cartoonist.
However, she greatly credits her career / stage image for its role in giving her a trademark that has made her unique and " timeless.
Prinze's death affects him profoundly, and Garcy credits Prinze with inspiring his own career ; he says he is doing it " for Freddie.
Elton John ( whose given name was Reginald Kenneth Dwight, until it was legally changed in 1972 ) is notorious for his use of aliases under various writing and production credits throughout his career.
The Greatest Show on Earth was the first film that director Steven Spielberg saw and he credits it as one of the major inspirations that led him into a film career.
Donald Deschner, in his book on Tracy, credits Fury and San Francisco as the " two films that changed his career and gave him the status of a major star.
Another contemporary of Titus was Publius Cornelius Tacitus, who started his public career in 80 or 81 and credits the Flavian dynasty with his elevation.
The New York Times credits bookstore owner Andreas Brown and his store, the Gotham Book Mart, with launching Gorey's career: " it became the central clearing house for Mr. Gorey, presenting exhibitions of his work in the store's gallery and eventually turning him into an international celebrity.
He had a lengthy and prolific Hollywood career, with directing credits on over 100 films in many film genres.
Over the course of her career, McDaniel appeared in over 300 films, although she received screen credits for only about 80.
Among others, he credits Dead Kennedys, KISS, Slayer, The Beatles, and Black Sabbath as his favorite bands, and the most substantial influence on his musical development and career.
This was presented by Ray Woollard ( Peter Baynham, who had appeared previously in I'm Alan Partridge as the voice box using executive from the boat holiday company in " Watership Alan ") and " Digital Dave ", and was basically a sycophantic look at Alan's career, past and present ; the credits listed it as being executively produced by Alan himself and produced by his company, Apache Productions.
Reeves's film career began in 1939 when he was cast as Stuart Tarleton ( albeit incorrectly listed in the film's credits as Brent Tarleton ), one of Scarlett O ' Hara's suitors in Gone with the Wind.
In a career spanning twenty-one years to date, Sheen has 30 theatre credits, 37 film credits and 17 television credits.
She joined the Bishop's Waltham Little Theatre Company when she was nine, and credits Angie Blackford as influential in her early stage career.
In addition to a mandatory daily chapel program featuring local, national, and international speakers, students are required to earn a minor in Bible by taking 30 credits of Bible classes throughout their college career.
credits and fellow
The book's cryptic acknowledgement credits friend and fellow science fiction author Ken MacLeod with the suggestion " to argue the old warrior out of retirement " ( to rewrite the old book ) and further credits him with suggesting " the fitness programme " ( the new structure ).
Nancy Pearcey, a Center for Science and Culture fellow and Johnson associate, credits Johnson's leadership of the intelligent design movement in two of her most recent publications.
Daniel O ' Keefe credits fellow Seinfeld writer Jeff Schaffer with introducing the concept, which was not part of the original O ' Keefe family celebration.
The song was also used in the opening credits of the 2007 film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, which used the song to highlight the paralyzing effects of a stroke that felled his fellow Frenchman, Jean-Dominique Bauby.
Decades later, the herald of the Silver Age ( and co-creator of most of Marvel Comics's pantheon of heroes ), Jack " King " Kirby also credits Raymond, alongside fellow strip artist Hal Foster, as a particular influence and inspiration.
For this album, the quintet became a sextet, with fellow San Franciscan Dan Vickrey added, contributing a second guitar as well as sharing in songwriting credits on four of the fourteen tracks.
The singer credits fellow Backstreet Boys member Kevin Richardson for helping him turn his life around by giving him Norman Vincent Peale's book Why Some Positive Thinkers Get Powerful Results.
Additional theatre credits include Jonathan in the Alan Menken / Tim Rice musical King David, Harlequin in Triumph of Love, Snoopy in the Broadway revival of You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown ( for which he won the Drama Desk Award and a Tony ), Carmen Ghia and later Leo Bloom in The Producers ( earning Drama Desk and Tony nominations ), and The Frogs at Lincoln Center, which reunited him with fellow Producers star Nathan Lane and Susan Stroman.
During the credits of the film, the film features a comedic clip of Lance Bass and Joey Fatone who played two of the main characters being made up by fellow ' N Sync members Justin Timberlake and Chris Kirkpatrick.
Along with singer Jaime Harding and fellow guitarist Tony Grantham, Cunningham has writing credits for all of the bands songs.
On the original booklet, the production credits were given to Roger Martinez, vocalist of the fellow California based Christian thrash metal group Vengeance Rising.