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1945 and Tonight
Columbia featured her in the Technicolor films: Tonight and Every Night ( 1945 ), with Lee Bowman ; and Down to Earth ( 1947 ), with Larry Parks.
* Tonight and Every Night ( 1945 )
* 1945 – " Anywhere " ( music by Jule Styne ) from the film Tonight and Every Night.
His many film appearances include A Man to Remember ( 1938 ), Love Affair ( 1939 ), Third Finger, Left Hand ( 1940 ), Design for Scandal ( 1941 ), Buck Privates ( 1941 ), Tonight and Every Night ( 1945 ), Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman ( 1947 ) and Youngblood Hawke ( 1964 ).

1945 and Every
DeFore's film appearances include: The Male Animal ( 1942 ), The Human Comedy ( uncredited, 1943 ), A Guy Named Joe ( 1943 ), Thirty Seconds over Tokyo ( 1944 ), The Affairs of Susan ( 1945 ), You Came Along ( 1945 ), It Happened on 5th Avenue ( 1947 ), Ramrod ( 1947 ), Romance on the High Seas ( 1948 ), My Friend Irma ( 1949 ), Too Late for Tears ( 1949 ), Dark City ( 1950 ), Southside 1-1000 ( 1950 ), The Guy Who Came Back ( 1951 ), A Girl in Every Port ( 1952 ), Jumping Jacks ( 1952 ), Battle Hymn ( 1957 ), A Time to Love and a Time to Die ( 1958 ), and The Facts of Life ( 1960 ).
Every year on May 5th – Denmark ’ s Liberation day 1945 – an official ceremony is held to honour and commemorate the fallen at the Memorial Anchor.

1945 and Night
* 1945 – Ritchie Blackmore, English guitarist and songwriter ( The Outlaws, Deep Purple, Rainbow, and Blackmore's Night )
His many plays included Nobody's Widow ( 1910 ), starring Blanche Bates ; Fair and Warmer ( 1915 ), starring Madge Kennedy ( filmed in 1919 ); The Gold Diggers ( 1919 ), starring Ina Claire ( filmed in 1923 as The Gold Diggers, in 1928 as Gold Diggers of Broadway and also as Gold Diggers of 1933 ); Ladies ' Night, 1920, starring Charlie Ruggles ( filmed in 1928 ); the famous mystery play The Bat ( with Mary Roberts Rinehart ), 1920 ( filmed in 1926, 1930 and 1959 ); Getting Gertie's Garter ( with Wilson Collison ), 1921, starring Hazel Dawn ( filmed in 1927 and 1945 ); The Demi-Virgin, 1921, also starring Hazel Dawn ; The Alarm Clock, 1923 ; The Best People ( with David Gray ), 1924 ( filmed in 1925 and as Fast and Loose in 1930 ), the song-farce Naughty Cinderella, 1925, starring Irene Bordoni and The Garden of Eden in 1927 ( filmed in as 1928 ).
Included in that collection were “ Judgment Night ” ( first published in August and September, 1943 ), the lush rendering of a future galactic empire with a sober meditation on the nature of power and its inevitable loss ; “ The Code ” ( July, 1945 ), an homage to the classic Faust with modern theories and Lovecraftian dread ; “ Promised Land ” ( February, 1950 ) and “ Heir Apparent ” ( July, 1950 ) both documenting the grim twisting that mankind must undergo in order to spread into the solar system ; and “ Paradise Street ” ( September, 1950 ), a futuristic take on the Old West conflict between lone hunter and wilderness-taming settlers.
Colbert was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for three films, It Happened One Night ( 1935 ), Private Worlds ( 1936 ), and Since You Went Away ( 1945 ), winning for It Happened One Night.
Among them were the scripts for Drôle de drame ( Bizarre, Bizarre, 1937 ), Quai des brumes ( Port of Shadows, 1938 ), Le Jour se lève ( Daybreak, 1939 ), Les Visiteurs du soir ( The Night Visitors, 1942 ) and Children of Paradise ( Les Enfants du Paradis, 1945 ).
Redgrave also starred in The Stars Look Down ( 1939 ), with James Mason in the film of Robert Ardrey's play Thunder Rock ( 1942 ), and in the ventriloquist's dummy episode of the Ealing compendium film Dead of Night ( 1945 ).
* Dead of Night ( 1945 )
Their other joint credits include Crook's Tour ( 1941 ), Millions Like Us ( 1943 ), Dead of Night ( 1945 ), It's Not Cricket ( 1949 ), Quartet ( 1948 ), Passport to Pimlico ( 1949 ), and Night Train to Munich ( 1940 ), a semi-sequel to The Lady Vanishes.
* Dead of Night ( 1945 )
Sometimes there is one " top-level " story, a framing device, which leads into the various " sub-stories ", as in Tales of Manhattan ( 1942 ), Creepshow, Flesh and Fantasy ( 1943 ), Dead of Night ( 1945 ), and The Illustrated Man ( 1968 ).
Night Fighters: Luftwaffe and RAF Air Combat over Europe, 1939 – 1945.
In 1945, the studio made its influential chiller compendium Dead of Night.
* Dead of Night ( 1945 ) as the undertaker
Memorable episodes included " Terror by Night " ( September 18, 1945 ) and an adaptation of " The Tell-Tale Heart " ( August 3, 1941 ).
" He discusses songs he likes: " Would You Like To Take A Walk " ( 1930 ), " I Found A Million Dollar Baby " ( 1931 ), " You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me " ( 1932 ), " Summer Night " ( 1936 ), " There Will Never Be Another You " ( 1942 ), " Serenade in Blue " ( 1942 ), " At Last " ( 1942 ), " Jeepers Creepers " ( 1938 ), and " The More I See You " ( 1945 ).
The Russian airmen were regrouped into the Night Harassment Squadron 8, whose first and only mission took place on 13 April 1945, when they attacked a Soviet bridgehead at Erlenhof, on the Oder River.
Night Harrassment Squadron 8 ( 1945 )
This role led to several film appearances during the 1940s in such films as Lady Scarface ( 1941 ), Kings Row ( 1942 ), All Through the Night ( 1942 ), Otto Preminger's Laura ( 1944 ) with Gene Tierney, Ben Hecht's Specter of the Rose ( 1946 ), Jean Renoir's The Diary of a Chambermaid ( 1946 ), and a particularly memorable turn as Emily Brent in René Clair's And Then There Were None ( 1945 ).
Among his other hits were " In the Still of the Night " ( 1939 ), " There I Go " ( 1941 ), " There I've Said It Again " ( 1945 ), " Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow " ( 1946 ), " Ballerina " ( 1947 ), " Riders in the Sky " ( 1949 ), " Someday ( You'll Want Me To Want You )" ( 1949 ), " Sound Off " ( 1951 ), and " In the Middle of the House " ( 1956 ).

1945 and starring
Her first starring role at the studio, in the title role as Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), revived her career and earned her an Oscar for Best Actress.
The Lost Weekend is a 1945 Academy Award winning American drama film directed by Billy Wilder and starring Ray Milland and Jane Wyman.
After an absence of nearly two years from the screen, Crawford staged a comeback by starring in Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Other notable films included Since You Went Away ( 1944 ), Love Letters ( 1945 ), Cluny Brown ( 1946 ), Portrait of Jennie ( 1948 ), Madame Bovary ( 1949 ), We Were Strangers ( 1949 ), Gone to Earth ( 1950 ), Carrie ( 1952 ), Ruby Gentry ( also 1952 ), Indiscretion of an American Wife ( 1953 ), Beat the Devil ( 1953 ), Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing ( 1955 ), Good Morning Miss Dove ( also 1955 ), The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit ( 1956 ) starring opposite Gregory Peck and A Farewell to Arms ( 1957 ).
" This movie from Hollywood's poverty row, shot in six days, filled with technical errors and ham-handed narrative, starring a man who can only pout and a woman who can only sneer, should have faded from sight soon after it was released in 1945.
It was made into an Oscar-winning 1945 film starring Joan Crawford and a 2011 Emmy-winning miniseries starring Kate Winslet.
In 1945 the novel was made into a film starring Joan Crawford, Eve Arden, Ann Blyth, Jack Carson, Bruce Bennett, Zachary Scott and Lee Patrick.
Laura was adapted as a radio play for two episodes of Lux Radio Theater, the first starring Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney and Vincent Price ( February 5, 1945 ), the second starring Gene Tierney and Victor Mature ( February 1, 1954 ).
In addition, " Laura " was presented twice on The Screen Guild Theater ( August 20, 1945 and February 23, 1950 ), both episodes starring Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney and Clifton Webb.
Anchors Aweigh is a 1945 American Technicolor musical comedy film directed by George Sidney and starring Frank Sinatra, Kathryn Grayson, and Gene Kelly, in which two sailors go on a four-day shore leave in Hollywood, accompanied by music and song, meet an aspiring young singer and try to help her get an audition at MGM.
His best-known play is An Inspector Calls ( 1945 ), later made into a film starring Alastair Sim released in 1954.
In 1945 he made Diary of a Chambermaid, an adaptation of the Octave Mirbeau novel, Le Journal d ' une femme de chambre, starring Paulette Goddard and Burgess Meredith.
It was followed by The Critic ( 1779 ), an updating of the satirical Restoration play The Rehearsal, which received a memorable revival ( performed with Oedipus Rex in a single evening ) starring Laurence Olivier as Mr Puff, opening at the New Theatre on 18 October 1945 as part of an Old Vic Theatre Company season.
Fox also specialized in adaptations of best-selling books such as Ben Ames Williams ' Leave Her to Heaven ( 1945 ), starring Gene Tierney, which was the highest-grossing Fox film of the 1940s.
Leave Her to Heaven is a 1945 American 20th Century Fox Technicolor film noir motion picture starring Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde, Jeanne Crain, with Vincent Price, Darryl Hickman, and Chill Wills.
Hersey's first novel A Bell for Adano, which won the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1945, was adapted into the 1945 film A Bell for Adano directed by Henry King starring John Hodiak and Gene Tierney.

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