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His 1979 film Tess was dedicated " For Sharon ", as Tate had read Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d ' Urbervilles during her final stay with Polanski in London, and had left it for him to read with the comment that it would be a good story for them to film together.
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Some of these have explored and offered accounts of Christie's disappearance in 1926, including the 1979 film Agatha ( with Vanessa Redgrave, where she sneaks away to plan revenge against her husband ) and the Doctor Who episode " The Unicorn and the Wasp " ( with Fenella Woolgar, her disappearance being the result of her suffering a temporary breakdown due to a brief psychic link being formed between her and an alien ).
In 1979, the film was remade for CBS television by Delbert Mann, starring Richard Thomas of The Waltons as Paul Bäumer and Ernest Borgnine as Kat.
This revival was due to the dramatic and highly fictionalized depiction of Salieri in Peter Shaffer's 1979 play Amadeus, which was given its greatest exposure in its 1984 film version, directed by Miloš Forman.
* A hugely popular yet heavily fictionalized perpetuation of the story came in Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus ( 1979 ) and the Oscar-winning 1984 film directed by Miloš Forman based upon it.
In the 1979 film The Warriors, the eponymous gang go to a meeting in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx, and have to fight their way out of the borough and get back to Coney Island in Brooklyn.
She starred opposite Anthony Perkins in the 1978 Alan Rudolph film Remember My Name and opposite Jeff Bridges in the 1979 film Winter Kills.
Throughout the 1970s and early 1980s, De Palma worked repeatedly with actors Jennifer Salt, Amy Irving, Nancy Allen ( his wife from 1979 to 1983 ), Gary Sinise, John Lithgow, William Finley, Charles Durning, Gerrit Graham, cinematographers Stephen H. Burum and Vilmos Zsigmond ( see List of noted film director and cinematographer collaborations ), set designer Jack Fisk, and composers Bernard Herrmann, John Williams and Pino Donaggio.
Claudius has been portrayed in film on several other occasions, including in the 1979 motion picture Caligula, the role being performed by Giancarlo Badessi in which the character was depicted as an idiot, in contrast to Robert Graves ' portrait of Claudius as a cunning and deeply intelligent man who is perceived by others to be an idiot.
The rise of comic book specialty stores in the late 1970s created / paralleled a dedicated market for " independent " or " alternative comics " in the U. S. The first such comics included the anthology series Star Reach, published by comic book writer Mike Friedrich from 1974 to 1979, and Harvey Pekar's American Splendor, which continued sporadic publication into the 21st century and which Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini adapted into a 2003 film.
A feature-length historical film Caligula was completed in 1979, in which Malcolm McDowell played the lead role.
Emlyn Williams was cast as Caligula in the never-completed 1937 film I, Claudius, and Courtney Love appeared as Caligula in a fake trailer for Gore Vidal's Caligula, ostensibly a remake of the 1979 film, but actually a parodic short film by conceptual artist Francesco Vezzoli.
Jones also produced the 1979 film The Bugs Bunny / Road Runner Movie which was a compilation of Jones ' best theatrical shorts ; Jones produced new Road Runner shorts for The Electric Company series and Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales ( 1979 ), and even newer shorts were made for Bugs Bunny's Bustin ' Out All Over ( 1980 ).
Cronenberg has collaborated with composer Howard Shore on all of his films since The Brood ( 1979 ), ( see List of noted film director and composer collaborations ) with the exception of The Dead Zone ( 1983 ), which was scored by Michael Kamen.
Other regular collaborators include actor Robert Silverman, art director Carol Spier, sound editor Bryan Day, film editor Ronald Sanders, his sister, costume designer Denise Cronenberg, and, from 1979 until 1988, cinematographer Mark Irwin.
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** 1979: Roman Polanski's film Tess with Nastassja Kinski ( Tess ), Leigh Lawson ( Alec ), and Peter Firth ( Angel ).
For her first appearance in a big-budget film, Hamilton played Izz Huett, the lovesick dairymaid, in Roman Polanski's 1979 film Tess ( based on Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d ' Urbervilles ), which starred Nastassja Kinski in the title role.
She was cast alongside Diana Rigg and Elizabeth Taylor in the 1977 film version of Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music and appeared in Roman Polanski's Tess in 1979.
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Brearley retired from Test cricket in 1979 and was succeeded by Ian Botham, who started the 1981 series as England captain, by which time the WSC split had ended.
: Section 16 ( 1 )( a ) of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979 ( c. 2 ) provided that it was an offence to, amongst other things, assault any person duly engaged in the performance of any duty or the exercise of any power imposed or conferred on him by or under any enactment relating to an assigned matter, or any person acting in his aid.
In 1979, the USSR removed the term " Ainu " from the list of living ethnic groups of Russia, an act by which the government proclaimed that the Ainu as an ethnic group was extinct in its territory.
He was a central figure in the resistance against the Soviet occupation between 1979 and 1989 and in the following years of civil war.
An airport security guard and Imam, Abdulaziz al-Omari (,, also transliterated as Alomari or al-Umari ) ( May 28, 1979 – September 11, 2001 ) was one of five hijackers of American Airlines Flight 11 as part of the September 11 attacks.
The dawning of a newly successful era in Roma's footballing history was brought in with another Coppa Italia victory, they beat Torino on penalties to win the 1979 – 80 cup.
An orchestration was therefore commissioned in secret from Friedrich Cerha and premièred in Paris ( under Pierre Boulez ) only in 1979, soon after Helene Berg's own death.
In 1979, the Yale biologist Arthur Galston, who specialized in herbicide research, published a review of what was known at the time about the toxicity of TCDD.
Atari's management decided to enter this market, and the new technology was repackaged into the Atari 400 and 800, hitting the market in 1979.
Sakharov was arrested on January 22, 1980, following his public protests against the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, and was sent to internal exile in the city of Gorky, now Nizhny Novgorod, a city that was off-limits to foreigners.
The WHO calls alcoholism " a term of long-standing use and variable meaning ", and use of the term was disfavored by a 1979 WHO Expert Committee.
Alfred Gerald Caplin ( September 28, 1909 – November 5, 1979 ), better known as Al Capp, was an American cartoonist and humorist best known for the satirical comic strip Li ' l Abner.
; AIM-54A: The original model that became operational with the U. S. Navy in about 1974, and it was also exported to Iran in modest numbers before the Iran hostage crisis beginning in 1979.
Bronx gang life was depicted in the 1974 novel The Wanderers by Bronx native Richard Price and the 1979 movie of the same name.
Stroustrup began developing C ++ in 1979 ( then called " C with Classes "), and, in his own words, " invented C ++, wrote its early definitions, and produced its first implementation ... chose and formulated the design criteria for C ++, designed all its major facilities, and was responsible for the processing of extension proposals in the C ++ standards committee.
Stroustrup has a master's degree in mathematics and computer science ( 1975 ) from the University of Aarhus, Denmark, and a Ph. D. in computer science ( 1979 ) from the University of Cambridge, England, where he was a student at Churchill College.