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His later novels included fixups such as The Beast ( aka Moonbeast ) ( 1963 ), Rogue Ship ( 1965 ), Quest for the Future ( 1970 ) and Supermind ( 1977 ); expanded short stories ( The Darkness on Diamondia ( 1972 ), Future Glitter ( aka Tyranopolis ) ( 1973 ); original novels such as Children of Tomorrow ( 1970 ), The Battle of Forever ( 1971 ) and The Anarchistic Colossus ( 1977 ); plus sequels to his classic works, many of which were promised, but only one of which appeared, Null-A Three ( 1984 ; originally published in French ).
" No news of the show appeared until July 14, 1963, in an article in The New York Times about Kermit Bloomgarden, where it discussed the four shows he was producing for the coming season ; two were maybes, two were definite.
In 1963, at the age of eight, he appeared in Jack Palance's ABC circus drama The Greatest Show on Earth.
In 1963, Ed Sullivan appeared as himself in the film Bye Bye Birdie.
This one-party system appeared to work until February 1963, when the larger BDG element forced the UDSG members to choose between a merger of the parties or resignation.
This coalition appeared to work until February 1963, when the larger BDG forced the UDSG members to choose between a merger of the parties or resignation.
He also appeared with Joan Blondell and Ruth Etting in a Vitaphone short, Broadway's Like That ( 1930 ) which was re-discovered in 1963.
The AKM (-Automatic Kalashnikov Modernized ) first appeared in 1963, which was lighter and cheaper to manufacture due to the use of a stamped steel receiver ( in place of the AK47's milled steel receiver ), and contained detail improvements such as a re-shaped stock and muzzle compensator.
In May 1963, Lipscomb appeared at the first Monterey Folk Festival in California.
His Finnish textbook on the elements of complex analysis, Funktioteoria ( 1963 ), written together with Veikko Paatero, has appeared in German, English and Russian translations.
Frank O ’ Connor ’ s The Lonely Voice, an exploration of the short story, appeared in 1963.
They were created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, and first appeared in The X-Men # 1 ( September 1963 ).
He appeared with his wife, Joanne Woodward, in the feature films The Long, Hot Summer ( 1958 ), Rally ' Round the Flag, Boys !, ( 1958 ), From the Terrace ( 1960 ), Paris Blues ( 1961 ), A New Kind of Love ( 1963 ), Winning ( 1969 ), WUSA ( 1970 ), The Drowning Pool ( 1975 ), Harry & Son ( 1984 ), and Mr. and Mrs. Bridge ( 1990 ).
In 1958 he played the sergeant in the first Carry On film comedy, Carry On Sergeant, and in 1963 he appeared as a town councillor in the Boulting brothers ' film Heavens Above!
In 1963 he appeared in a supporting role in the film version of This Sporting Life, giving a sensitive performance as an aging rugby league talent scout known as ' Dad '.
On stage, he played the part of Lycus in the 1963 London production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum with Frankie Howerd and appeared in the smaller role of Crassus in the 1966 film version.
He appeared as Sidney Tait in the 1963 comedy Ladies Who Do and later in four Carry On films: Carry On Cleo ( 1964, as the soothsayer ), Carry On Screaming ( 1966, as Dr. Fettle ), Carry On Cowboy ( 1965, as Sheriff Earp ) and Carry On Columbus ( 1992, as the Duke of Costa Brava ).
Hugh Gaitskell died in January 1963, aged 56, after a sudden flare of Lupus erythematosus, an autoimmune disease, just as the Labour Party had begun to unite and appeared to have a good chance of being elected to government, with the Macmillan government running into trouble.
Sinclair undertook a survey for Instrument Practice of semiconductor devices, which appeared in four sections between September 1962 and January 1963.
Beginning with From Russia with Love in 1963, Llewelyn appeared as Q, the quartermaster of the MI6 gadget lab ( also known as Q branch ), in almost every Bond film until his death ( 17 ), only missing appearances in Live and Let Die in 1973, and Never Say Never Again, the latter of which is not part of the official James Bond film series.
One of his best performances was the 1963 FA Centenary match, when he appeared in the ‘ Rest of the World XI ’ against England at Wembley Stadium and made a number of breathtaking and almost unbelievable saves.
He appeared in several Italian films, including Hands Over the City ( 1963 ) and Lucky Luciano ( 1974 ) ( both Francesco Rosi's ), and also Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dynamite ( 1971 ).
He appeared in more than 90 films, including The Great Imposter ( 1961 ), Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds ( as the man helping the Tippi Hedren character with her rental boat ), Jerry Lewis's The Nutty Professor ( 1963 ), Pocketful Of Miracles ( 1961 ) and, in a cameo, It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World ( 1963 ).
Akhmatova's Requiem in Russian finally appeared in book form in Munich in 1963, the whole work not published within USSR until 1987.

1963 and Go-Go
After recording the top ten hits, " You've Really Got a Hold on Me " and " Mickey's Monkey " in 1962 and 1963, the Miracles hit the mainstream with their 1965 album, Going to a Go-Go, which spawned four top 20 hit singles including the signature songs " The Tracks of My Tears " and " Ooo Baby Baby ".
as well as The Book Of Golden Discs-by Joseph Murrells-point out that the Miracles had several million-selling records during their career, including the following: Shop Around ( 1961 ), You've Really Got a Hold on Me ( 1962 ), Mickey's Monkey ( 1963 ), The Tracks Of My Tears ( 1965 ), Going To A Go-Go ,( single and album )( 1965 ), I Second That Emotion ( 1967 ), Baby Baby Don't Cry ( 1969 ), The Tears of a Clown * ( 1970 ), Do It Baby ( 1974 ), Love Machine * ( 1975 ), and the Platinum album City Of Angels ( 1975 ).

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Mumy also played the character of young Pip, a boy who enjoyed playing with his father but was always ignored, in the episode " In Praise of Pip " ( September 1963 ), and the character of Billy Bayles, a boy who talks to his dead grandmother through a toy telephone, in the episode " Long Distance Call " ( March 1961 ).
* The Dick Powell Theatre ( 1 episode, 1963 )
And in 1963, she played as Mrs. Brubaker in the episode " You're So Smart, Why Can't You Be Good?
* 1963The BBC broadcasts the first ever episode of Doctor Who ( starring William Hartnell ) which is the world's longest running science fiction drama.
In the first episode, An Unearthly Child, the TARDIS is first seen in a 1963 junkyard.
The console room from the first episode of Doctor Who, " An Unearthly Child " ( 1963 )
Although a TARDIS is supposed to blend inconspicuously into whatever environment it turns up in, the Doctor's TARDIS retains the shape of a police box because of a systems fault which occurred in the first Doctor Who episode, " An Unearthly Child ," when the TARDIS landed in London in 1963.
Through the 1950s and 1960s he established himself as a respected actor in theatre and film, and began to make his presence felt on television, with a semi-regular role as Det-Insp Bamber in the police series Z-Cars, as well as guest roles in series as diverse as Steptoe and Son (" The Lead Man Cometh ", 1964 ; " The Desperate Hours ", 1972 ) and The Avengers episode " Dressed to Kill " ( 1963 ).
) Troughton's other notable film and television roles included Kettle in Chance of a Lifetime ( 1950 ), Sir Andrew Ffoulkes in The Scarlet Pimpernel ( 1955 ), Vickers in the episode entittled Strange Partners in the Invisible Man ( the ITP Series also starred one of Pat's future Doctor Who co-stars, Deborah Watling, as Sally ) ( 1958 ), Phineus in Jason and the Argonauts ( 1963 ), Quilp in The Old Curiosity Shop ( 1962 ), Paul of Tarsus ( BBC 1960, title role ), Dr. Finlay's Casebook ( BBC 1962, semiregular ).
* " Pygmalion ", a 1963 episode of the television series Hallmark Hall of Fame
Appearances on television were common too, including two on ABC's police drama, Naked City, as well as the 1963 episode " A Tumble from a Tall White House " of The Eleventh Hour.
In 1963, he made an appearance in Nightmare, an episode of the television science fiction series The Outer Limits.
In 1963, he appeared in The Virginian episode " Man of Violence " as a " drinking " cavalry doctor with Leonard Nimoy as his patient ( Nimoy's character did not survive ).
* Rawhide ( TV Series ) ( 1963 ) episode: Incident of the Red Wind
The final day of filming of the scenes of the pilot episode was Friday, November 22, 1963, the day of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
An American version of TW3 was on NBC, initially as a pilot episode on 10 November 1963, then as a series from 10 January 1964 to May 1965.
One bright moment in the UPA television era came with Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol ( 1963 ), which became the first episode of an animated TV series entitled The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo.
An episode of actor Lee Marvin's television series, " The Lawbreakers ", entitled " The Minneapolis Story ", was filmed in Forest Lake in November, 1963.
* The Alfred Hitchcock Hour ( 1 episode, 1963 )
* Channing ( 1 episode, 1963 )
This series marked Dawson's second appearance on American television ( he had earlier appeared on an episode of The Dick Van Dyke Show in 1963 ).
In 1963, he appeared in an episode of The Outer Limits entitled " The Man With the Power ".
This episode was actually filmed on the backlot of Hal Roach Studios in Culver City, California, which was literally falling apart, due to mismanagement and disuse ( the facilities were finally torn down in 1963 ).
Buddy made a guest appearance on the Danny Thomas Show episode, " The Woman Behind the Jokes " that aired October 21, 1963.

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