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In 1990, director Barry Levinson and actor Warren Beatty provided an opportunity for Graham to take a more substantive role by casting him as Charles " Lucky " Luciano in the film Bugsy.
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A 1990 article for the Cato Institute identifies Singer as the director of the science and environmental policy project at the Washington Institute for Values in Public Policy, on leave from the University of Virginia.
Heathers brought director Michael Lehmann and producer Denise Di Novi the 1990 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature.
* 1936 – Jim Henson, American puppeteer, director, and producer, founded The Jim Henson Company ( d. 1990 )
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre was inducted into the Horror Hall of Fame in 1990, with director Hooper accepting the award, and it is part of the permanent collection of New York City's Museum of Modern Art.
The Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets — a theatrical collaboration of Waits, director Robert Wilson, and writer William S. Burroughs — premiered at Hamburg's Thalia Theatre on March 31, 1990.
In 1990, Unification Church founded its $ 8m Universal Ballet project, with Soviet-born Oleg Vinogradov as its art director and Julia Moon as its prima ballerina.
O ' Rourke was married to Amy Lumet, a daughter of movie director Sidney Lumet and a granddaughter of Lena Horne, from 1990 to 1993.
Carlo Fontana, the general manager of La Scala since 1990, was dismissed in February 2005 by the board of governors over differences with the music director, Riccardo Muti.
In 1981 Furth became the director at PPPL and led the laboratory until 1990 during record setting magnetic fusion energy experiments on the largest tokamak in the country, the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor ( TFTR ).
It was purchased and renovated by the Italian director Pupi Avati when he filmed portions of his biopic Bix ( film ) | Bix: An Interpretation of a Legend there during the summer of 1990.
She then reprised her role as Jacy in Texasville ( 1990 ), the sequel to The Last Picture Show ( 1971 ), as the original cast ( including director Peter Bogdanovich ) reunited 20 years after filming the original.
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas E. Mitchell, Colonel James McDonough ( the fifth SAMS director ), and various other members of the SAMS team played a significant part in revising the U. S. Army Doctrinal Manual 100-5 Operations in 1990 – 1993.
On Christmas of 1973, Bartholomew became Metropolitan of Philadelphia, and was renamed as director of the patriarchal office until his enthronement as Metropolitan of Chalcedon in 1990.
It included a high-definition digital transfer of Peter Bogdanovich ’ s director ’ s cut, two audio commentaries, one from 1991, featuring Bogdanovich and actors Cybill Shepherd, Randy Quaid, Cloris Leachman, and Frank Marshall ; the other from 2009, featuring Bogdanovich “ The Last Picture Show ”: A Look Back, ( 1999 ) and Picture This ( 1990 ), documentaries about the making of the film, A Discussion with Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich, a 2009 Q & A, screen tests and location footage, and excerpts from a 1972 television interview with director François Truffaut about the New Hollywood.
* Khalid bin Mahfouz – non-executive director and personally owned a 20 % stake in BCCI between 1986 and 1990.
Other notable later examples of the non-representational style include Bill Konersman's innovative 1987 video for Prince's " Sign o ' the Times " – influenced by Dylan's " Subterranean Homesick Blues " clip, it featured only the text of the song's lyrics — the video for George Michael's " Freedom 90 " ( 1990 ), in which Michael himself refused to appear, forcing director David Fincher to substitute top fashion models in his place.
1990 and Barry
" In 1990 he teamed up with his co-panellist Barry Cryer in their own show Two old Farts in the Night, performing to full audiences at the Edinburgh festival, the Albert Hall, and the Festival Hall, touring the country irregularly until Rushton's death.
When asked in 1990 to select a single " master image " that summed up his film career, Spielberg chose the shot of Barry opening his living room door to see the blazing orange light from the UFO.
In 1990 he returned to the studio to record his next album, New River Head, which featured guest musicians including Barry Dransfield and David Tibet.
Lynch co-wrote the screenplay with Barry Gifford, who also wrote the novel that served as the basis for Lynch's Wild at Heart ( 1990 ).
Founded and edited by writer Barry Gifford, Black Lizard released over ninety books between 1984 and 1990, including reprints of classic novels by Charles Willeford, David Goodis, Peter Rabe, Harry Whittington, Dan J. Marlowe, Charles Williams, and Lionel White, as well as original novels by Barry Gifford and Jim Nisbet.
*$ 350 million from Yank Barry and his Global Village Champions in food, education and medical supplies to the needy around the World from 1990 to the present.
Dale Murphy, Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds, Larry Walker, Jimmy Rollins and Braun won the Most Valuable Player ( MVP ) Award in the same year as their 30 – 30 season, with Bonds achieving this on two occasions ( 1990 and 1992 ).
Wild at Heart is a 1990 American film written and directed by David Lynch, and based on Barry Gifford's 1989 novel Wild at Heart: The Story of Sailor and Lula.
His celebrity transformed into international notoriety in January 1990, when Barry was videotaped smoking crack cocaine and arrested by FBI officials on drug charges.
On January 18, 1990, Barry was arrested with Moore in a sting operation at the Vista Hotel by the FBI and D. C. Police for crack cocaine use and possession.
As a result of his arrest and the ensuing trial, Barry decided In June 1990 not to seek re-election as mayor.
The play was also adapted for a 1990 musical, titled Born Again at the Chichester Festival Theatre, by Peter Hall, Julian Barry and composer Jason Carr.
Sandberg, Brady Anderson and Barry Bonds are the only players to have both a 40-homer ( 1990 ) and 50-steal () season during their careers.
Their opportunity to take the championship came in 1990, once Barry had decided to move to English non-league football.
* From June 1990 to March 1992, Malibu Comics published mini-series comics adaptations of Logan's Run and Logan's World, six issues each, with art by Barry Blair.
F & SF assembled more than a dozen special issues devoted to a single author, beginning with a special issue on Theodore Sturgeon ( September 1962 ), followed by Ray Bradbury ( May 1963 ), Isaac Asimov ( October 1966 ), Fritz Leiber ( July 1969 ), Poul Anderson ( April 1971 ), James Blish ( April 1972 ), Frederik Pohl ( September 1973 ), Robert Silverberg ( April 1974 ), Damon Knight ( November 1976 ), Harlan Ellison ( July 1977 ), Stephen King ( December 1990 ), Lucius Shepard ( March 2001 ), Kate Wilhelm ( September 2001 ), Barry N. Malzberg ( June 2003 ) and Gene Wolfe ( April 2007 ).