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In 1964 he starred in the made for TV Movie See How They Run which is notable for being the first movie made for television.
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In 1964 Marx starred in " Time for Elizabeth ", episode of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, a truncated version of a play that Groucho Marx and Norman Krasna wrote in 1948.
In 1964 Hawks made his final comedy, Man's Favorite Sport ?, which starred Rock Hudson ( since Cary Grant felt he was too old for the role ) and Paula Prentiss.
Sinatra starred in three teen musicals ( otherwise known as ' beach party ' films ) — For Those Who Think Young ( 1964 ), Get Yourself a College Girl ( 1964 ) and The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini ( 1966 ) — the latter of which featured her in a singing role.
That same year, Crawford starred as Lucy Harbin in William Castle's horror mystery Strait-Jacket ( 1964 ).
He guest starred in a 1964 episode of Daniel Boone with Fess Parker and, in a minor but credited role, Jay Silverheels.
In 1964 she starred as First Lady Martha Dinwiddie Butterfield in the mock-biographical novel First Lady: My Thirty Days in the White House.
De Havilland was good friends with Bette Davis with whom she starred in Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte ( 1964 ), The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex ( 1939 ), It's Love I'm After ( 1937 ), and In This Our Life ( 1942 ).
In 1964, The Beatles starred in their first feature film A Hard Day's Night, directed by Richard Lester.
Behold A Pale Horse ( 1964 ) was a post-Spanish Civil War epic based on the book Killing A Mouse on Sunday by Emeric Pressburger and starred Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and Omar Sharif, but was both a critical and commercial flop ; Zinnemann would later admit that the film " didn't really come together.
Another notable TV series, The Rogues, starred Boyer with David Niven and Gig Young ; the show lasted through the 1964 – 1965 season.
During this era, he starred in Jack Hill's Spider Baby ( filmed 1964, released 1968 ), for which he also sang the title song.
A 1964 film remake was directed by Karel Reisz from a script by Clive Exton, and starred Albert Finney, Susan Hampshire, and Sheila Hancock, but was not as successful as the original film.
Following Hayley's rise to fame in Pollyanna ( 1960 ) and the 1961 family comedy The Parent Trap, John and Hayley again starred together, in the 1965 teen sailing adventure The Truth About Spring, the 1964 drama The Chalk Garden ( with Deborah Kerr in the lead role ), and the 1966 comedy-drama The Family Way, in which John plays an insecure, overbearing father and Hayley plays his son's newlywed wife.
He starred in Fail-Safe in 1964 ( as General Black, or " Blackie "), The Big Cube and 100 Rifles, in 1969, and in the 1970 epic Waterloo, playing the part of Marshal of France Michel Ney.
In 1964, Le Mesurier had a small role in Ralph Thomas's spy comedy Hot Enough for June, which starred Dirk Bogarde and Sylva Koscina in the leading roles.
It provided the title for the 1964 biographical film of the same name, which starred George Hamilton.
He has starred in more than fifty movies, including The Great Escape ( 1963 ), Paddy Chayefsky's The Americanization of Emily ( 1964 ), Blake Edwards ' Victor Victoria ( 1982 ), Murphy's Romance ( 1985 ), for which he received an Academy Award nomination, and The Notebook ( 2004 ).
She starred as " Rhoda the Robot " in the TV series My Living Doll ( 1964 – 1965 ), and is known for her recurring role in the 1960s TV series Batman as the Catwoman, the " purrfect " villainess.
In 1962, she starred in General Seeger, directed by and co-starring George C. Scott, and in 1964 she appeared in Abraham Cochrane.
The 1964 Western The Outrage, which starred Paul Newman, Claire Bloom, Edward G. Robinson, and William Shatner, was a remake of Rashomon, with Kurosawa acknowledged for the screenplay.
Alongside Bette Davis, Olivia De Havilland, Mary Astor and Joseph Cotten, she starred in Hush … Hush, Sweet Charlotte ( 1964 ) as the maid, Velma, a role for which she was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Academy Award.
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the maximum amount of such payments which may be made on account of such sales made during the calendar year 1964 shall not exceed $4,000,000 ; ;
It affords similar protections against discrimination to Americans with disabilities as the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which made discrimination based on race, religion, sex, national origin, and other characteristics illegal.
On 14 October 1964 the Central Committee, alongside the Presidium, made it clear that Khrushchev himself did not fit the model of a " Leninist leader ", and he was forced to resign from all his post, and was succeeded by Leonid Brezhnev as First Secretary and Alexei Kosygin as Chairman of the Council of Ministers.
Day, Hudson, and Randall made two more films together, Lover Come Back ( 1961 ) and Send Me No Flowers ( 1964 ).
This range consist of Junior ( basic model ) made from 1959 to 1961, Junior de Luxe ( a little enhanced ) from 1961 to 1963, F11 ( a little larger ) and F12 ( larger and bigger engine ) from 1963 to 1965 and F12 Roadster from 1964 to1965.
Jackie Mason was banned from the series in October 1964 ( the ban was removed a year and a half later, and Mason made his final appearance on the show ).
During the years of 1964 – 1985 several changes took place in Fortaleza which made the city a central region for industries.
Capra's final film, Rendezvous in Space ( 1964 ), was an industrial film made for the Martin Marietta Company and shown at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
American International Pictures ( AIP ) made a series of Edgar Allan Poe – themed films directed by Roger Corman and starring Vincent Price, which ended with The Masque of the Red Death and The Tomb of Ligeia ( both 1964 ).
Nehru, the man and politician made such a powerful imprint on India that his death on 27 May 1964, left India with no clear political heir to his leadership ( although his daughter was widely expected to succeed him before she turned it down in favour of Shastri ).
Avant-garde filmmaker Kurt Kren along with other members of the Viennese Actionist movement, including Otto Muehl and Hermann Nitsch, made a film-performance called 7 / 64 Leda mit der Schwan in 1964.
* Santa Claus Conquers the Martians ( 1964 ) – Known as one of the worst movies ever made, as such it was made fun of on the TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000.
While on tour in Europe, the group quickly made their first official recording, Miles in Berlin ( September 1964 ).
Gerry Anderson made science fiction series for ITV using the puppet based ' Supermarionation ' technique including Fireball XL5 ( 1962 – 63 ), Thunderbirds ( 1965 – 66 ), Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons ( 1967 & 68 ), and Stingray ( 1964 – 65 ) which all retain a following.
Two series were made in 1963 and 1964 and ( presumably because it was shot on 35mm film rather than video ) the entire series has reportedly been preserved in the BBC archives.
The first observations of normal modes were made in the 1960s as the advent of higher fidelity instruments coincided with two of the largest earthquakes of the 20th century-the 1960 Great Chilean Earthquake and the 1964 Great Alaskan Earthquake.
In 1964, he returned to Germany and there, appeared in a series of Heimatfilmen, adventure and western films, made after novels by German author Karl May.
In 1964, Zhou Enlai, worried about the escalation of U. S. forces in South Vietnam, made an informal agreement with the North.
In 1964, upon seeing the profits record companies made from Warner film music, Jack Warner decided to claim ownership of the studio's film soundtracks and focus on making profits through Warner Bros. Records.