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In the experimental post 1960s eras, which saw the development of free jazz and jazz-rock fusion, some of the influential bassists included Charles Mingus ( 1922 – 1979 ), who was also a composer and bandleader whose music fused hard bop with black gospel music, free jazz and classical music ; free jazz and post-bop bassist Charlie Haden ( born 1937 ) is best known for his long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman and for his role in the 1970s-era Liberation Music Orchestra, an experimental group ; Eddie Gomez and George Mraz, who played with Bill Evans and Oscar Peterson, respectively, and are both acknowledged to have furthered expectations of pizzicato fluency and melodic phrasing, fusion virtuoso Stanley Clarke ( born 1951 ) is notable for his dexterity on both the upright bass and the electric bass, and Terry Plumeri, noted for his horn-like arco fluency and vocal tone.
He then played a rogue lorry driver Johnny Yates in Cy Endfield's Hell Drivers ( 1957 ) alongside Stanley Baker, Herbert Lom, Peggy Cummins and Patrick McGoohan.
* Stanley ' Stinky ' Womack ( played by Pruitt Taylor Vince )The hardworking and humble proprietor / bartender of a local bar that he recently purchased and renovated.
He played Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams ' Un tram che si chiama desiderio ( A Streetcar Named Desire ), as well as in As You Like It ( by Shakespeare ) and Oreste ( by Vittorio Alfieri ).
Much of the series was shot on location, with Stanley played by Keith Buckley.
Another regular character, who had also first appeared in Beyond Our Ken, and who appeared in the script as " Dentures ", was Stanley Birkenshaw, played by Paddick and characterised as a man with ill-fitting false teeth who was utterly incapable of pronouncing the letter S without spraying saliva all over the set.
* Dr. Strangelove, Stanley Kubrick's satire about nuclear war between the US and Russia featuring a former Nazi ( played by Peter Sellers ) as an adviser to the Americans.
At a meeting in the town library in October 1968 the revival was initiated by Stanley Wotherington, and in August 1970 the new club played at a new ground, the Crown Ground.
Stanley Kubrick cast Pickens after Peter Sellers, who played three other roles in the film, sprained his ankle and was unable to perform in the role due to having to work in the cramped cockpit set.
Under the new proposal, the Stanley Cup Final series alternated between the East and the West each year, with alternating games played according to NHA and PCHA rules .< ref name =" DiamondPrize-20 ">< nowiki > Diamond, Zweig, and Duplacey </ nowiki >, p. 20 </ ref > The Cup trustees agreed to this new arrangement, because after the Allan Cup became the highest prize for amateur hockey teams in Canada, the trustees had become dependent on the top two professional leagues to bolster the prominence of the trophy.
Curtis ' comedies include Some Like It Hot ( 1959 ), Sex and the Single Girl ( 1964 ) and The Great Race ( 1965 ), and his dramas included playing the slave Antoninus in Stanley Kubrick's Spartacus ( 1960 ) co-starring Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier, The Outsider ( 1961 ), the true story of WW II veteran Ira Hayes, and The Boston Strangler ( 1968 ), in which he played the self-confessed murderer of the film's title, Albert DeSalvo.
During those seven seasons the two teams played five postseason series against each other in the Stanley Cup playoffs, with the Avalanche winning three of the series and the Red Wings winning two of them.
Dennis Scott played only 18 games, Nick Anderson missed 22 games, Stanley Roberts, Jerry Reynolds, Brian Williams, Sam Vincent and Otis Smith all missed at least 27 games each.
Terry Crisp, who played for the Philadelphia Flyers when they won two Stanley Cups in the mid-1970s, and coached the Calgary Flames to a Cup in 1989, was tapped as the first head coach.
The Blackhawks played the then Stanley Cup champions, the Detroit Red Wings, for the Western Conference Championship.
No games were played and the Stanley Cup was not awarded for the first time since the flu epidemic of 1919.
The Final will be remembered for game one which still stands as the longest Stanley Cup Final game played in the modern NHL.
The Millionaires played for the Stanley Cup five times, winning over the Ottawa Senators in 1915 on home ice.
Their elimination from the 1995 Stanley Cup playoffs in Game 4 of the second round marked the Canucks ' last game played at the Pacific Coliseum, as the team moved into the General Motors Place ( since renamed Rogers Arena ), a new $ 160 million arena situated in Downtown Vancouver, the following season.
Richard won the Stanley Cup eight times in Montreal, was captain for four of the five straight cup wins from 1955-56 to 1959-60, won the Hart Trophy in 1947, was elected eight times to the first all-star team and six times to the second all-star team, and played in every National Hockey League All-Star Game from 1947 to 1959.
After the despatch of Richard, who had gone into battle crowned, Polydore Vergil records that the fallen coronet was retrieved and placed by Lord Stanley on his stepson ’ s head before his cheering troops, thereby emphasing the critical role the Stanleys had played in bringing Henry Tudor to the throne.
In 1959 Sykes wrote and directed the one-off BBC special Gala Opening, with a cast that included ' Professor ' Stanley Unwin and Hattie Jacques, and played a small supporting role in the Tommy Steele film Tommy the Toreador.
Raymond Massey played Richelieu in Under the Red Robe ( 1937 ), based on Stanley J. Weyman's swashbuckling novel of the same title.
* In the 1970s BBC TV comedy series Porridge, the principal character, Norman Stanley Fletcher, played by Ronnie Barker, hailed from Muswell Hill.
Hull ended his career having played in 1063 NHL games, accumulating 610 goals, 560 assists, 1170 points, 640 penalty minutes, three Art Ross Trophies, two Hart Memorial Trophies, a Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, a Stanley Cup Championship and adding 102 penalty minutes, 62 goals and 67 assists for 129 points in 119 playoff games.

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Even a city of thirty thousand might have six baseball teams, sponsored by grocers and hardware merchants or department stores, that played two or three times a week throughout the summer, usually in the cool of the evening, before an earnest and partisan audience who did not begrudge a quarter each, or even more, to be dropped into a hat when the game was half over.
She sat down and played two slots at once, looking grim, as if bested by mechanical devices, and Owen felt sorry for the lay-sisters depending on her support.
As of 2007, economic relations played " a fundamental role in the bilateral relations between the two governments ".
Joan Hickson played the part of the home help in this film and can claim to have appeared in two Miss Marple series.
England won two out of the three matches played against Murdoch's Australian Eleven, and after the third match some Melbourne ladies put some ashes into a small urn and gave them to me as captain of the English Eleven .”
Five matches were played in 1902 but the first two were drawn after being hit by bad weather.
In the period between 1989 and the beginning of the 2005 series, the two sides had played 43 times ; Australia winning 28 times, England 7 times, with 8 draws.
It hosted the annual Hall of Fame Game, an exhibition game between two major league teams that was played from 1940 until 2008.
After pitching his team to a 26 – 2 victory over a local men's amateur team ( the Mercantiles ), he was approached by another, the Forest Citys, for whom he played for two years.
Oceanic models have shown that the opening of these two passages limited polar heat convergence and caused a cooling of sea surface temperatures by several degrees ; other models have shown that CO < sub > 2 </ sub > levels also played a significant role in the glaciation of Antarctica < sup >.</ sup >
Their second title, and the first to be received through a championship game, came in, two decades before the first Super Bowl game was played.
During his rookie season, he played in two games where he amassed a record of 5 passing attempts with 0 receptions and 2 interceptions.
Although clubs from other states were at times invited, the final was almost always between the premiers from the two strongest state competitions of the time — South Australia and Victoria — and the majority of matches were played in Adelaide at the request of the SAFA / SAFL.
Baseball is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of nine players.
Writing the rules didn't help the Knickerbockers in the first known competitive game between two clubs under the new rules, played at Elysian Fields in Hoboken, New Jersey on June 19, 1846.
The two division winners within each league played each other in a best-of-five series to determine who would advance to the World Series.
The 35-match tour of two host nations included no tests, but the side played provincial, city and academic sides, winning 27 matches.
Badminton is a racquet sport played by either two opposing players ( singles ) or two opposing pairs ( doubles ), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court that is divided by a net.
It is played by four players in two competing partnerships, with partners sitting opposite each other around a table.
In its most basic form, bridge is a game played by two competing partnerships, i. e. four people.
In some versions, the two player game can also be played by one player against a computer opponent.
Walsh played quarterback at the College of San Mateo while attending there two years.
It is only played with two bowls each, the Jack also has a bias and is only slightly smaller than the Bowls.
Beatmatching ( or Beatmaxing ) is a disc jockey technique of pitch shifting or timestretching a track to match its tempo to that of the currently playing track e. g. the kicks and snares in two house records hit at the same time when both records are played simultaneously.

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