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In 1996, he appeared in Paramount's big budget cinema adaptation of The Phantom comic strip, playing the original, murdered Phantom, and father of the current incarnation of the title character ( played by Billy Zane ) who carried on his father's " undying " persona.
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Charles has appeared on celebrity editions of University Challenge ( 1998 ), Can't Cook, Won't Cook ( 1998 ) and The Weakest Link ( 2004 ), and comedy panel shows such as Have I Got News For You ( 1995 ), Just a Minute ( 1995 ) and They Think It's All Over ( 1996 ).
They have appeared together in a number of films, including Edie & Pen ( 1996 ), American Perfekt ( 1997 ) and Let the Devil Wear Black ( 1999 ).
In 1996, Flockhart appeared as the daughter of Dianne Wiest and Gene Hackman's characters in The Birdcage.
Golem is the evolved form of Graveler, who is in turn the evolved form of Geodude, and they all first appeared in the 1996 game Pokémon Red and Blue.
Hackman co-starred with Tom Cruise as a corrupt lawyer in The Firm ( 1993 ) and appeared in a second John Grisham story in 1996, playing a convict on death row in The Chamber.
However, he appeared in the most successful movie of 1996, Independence Day, with Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum.
When Kemp became Dole's running mate in 1996, they appeared on the cover of the August 19, 1996 issue of Time magazine, but the pair barely edged out a story on the reported discovery of extraterrestrial life on Mars, which was so close to being the cover story that Time inset it on the cover and wrote about how difficult the decision was.
Lennon has appeared in several other films including The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus ( 1996, but shot in 1968 ), Cannes Man ( 1996 ), Imagine: John Lennon ( 1988 ), Chuck Berry: Hail!
In the summer of 1997, the daily newspaper Diena revealed that half the cabinet ministers and two-thirds of parliamentarians appeared to violate the 1996 anti-corruption law, which bars senior officials from holding positions in private business.
Soon afterwards, she appeared in repertory theatre, until she found recognition in the West End for a series of stage performances, ultimately receiving an Olivier Award nomination for her performance in A Lie of the Mind, and in 1996, she is cited as " the greatest actress of our time in any medium " by one critic after she appeared in Orlando at the Edinburgh Festival.
In 1996, he appeared on the Red Hot Organization's compilation CD, America is Dying Slowly, alongside Wu-Tang Clan, Coolio, and Fat Joe, among others.
In 1993, Charlotte Caron's definition of thealogy as " reflection on the divine in feminine and feminist terms " appeared in " To Make and Make Again " ( Russell & Clarkson 1996 ).
In 1996 a tribute album titled A Small Circle of Friends appeared that featured tracks by Mike Watt, Free Kitten, The Melvins, Meat Puppets, that dog., L7, The Posies, NOFX, Flea, Gumball, and others along with a version of " Circle One " performed by Pat Smear with Hole under the name " The Holez ".
Szasz has indicated that his own views came from libertarian politics held since his teens, rather than through experience in psychiatry ; that in his " rare " contacts with involuntary mental patients in the past he either sought to discharge them ( if they were not charged with a crime ) or " assisted the prosecution in securing conviction " ( if they were charged with a crime and appeared to be prima facie guilty ); that he is not opposed to consensual psychiatry and " does not interfere with the practice of the conventional psychiatrist ", and that he provided " listening-and-talking (" psychotherapy ")" for voluntary fee-paying clients from 1948 until 1996, a practice he characterizes as non-medical and not associated with his being a psychoanalytically trained psychiatrist.
Others included a black horse mating over a white one, close-up pictures of tattoos reading " HIV Positive " on the bodies of men and women, a cemetery of many cross-like tombstones, a collage consisting of genitals of persons of various races, a priest and nun about to engage in a romantic kiss, pictures of inmates on death row, an electric chair, an advert showing a boy with hair shaped into the devil's horns, three different hearts with " black ", " white " and " yellow " written onto them ( from March 1996 ), and a picture of a bloodied t-shirt and pants ridden with bullet holes from a soldier killed in the Bosnian War ( this one appeared in February 1994 ).
Following that, he appeared in the 1996 revenge-drama / legal-thriller Sleepers ( 1996 ) with Brad Pitt, Jason Patric, and Kevin Bacon.
1 ), Steve Jolliffe ( wind instruments and vocals on Cyclone and the following tour ; he was also part of a short-lived 1969 line-up ), Ralf Wadephul ( in collaboration with Edgar Froese recorded album Blue Dawn, but it was released only in 2006 ; also credited for one track on Optical Race ( 1988 ) and toured with the band in support of this album ), and Linda Spa ( saxophonist who appeared on numerous albums and concerts between 1990 and 1996, as well as 2005 onwards ).
The present iteration of the Ram's-head logo appeared in 1993, standardizing on that logo in 1996 for all vehicles except the Viper.
In 1996, Ebert appeared in Pitch, a documentary by Canadian film makers Spencer Rice and Kenny Hotz.
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The band's American breakthrough came with the third album, Travelling Without Moving in 1996, which yielded two big hits, " Virtual Insanity " and " Cosmic Girl ".
Knack and Keefer ( 1996 ) measured econometrically correlations between confidence and civic cooperation norms, with economic growth in a big group of countries.
Jumping between the big leagues and Mexico for the next few seasons, he put together one more solid big-league season in 1996 for the San Diego Padres, going 13 – 8 with a 3. 62 ERA.
After backing out of a role in F. Gary Gray's 1996 drama Set It Off, Norwood made her big screen debut after winning the supporting role of sassy Karla Wilson in the franchise-flick I Still Know What You Did Last Summer.
The most famous claimed results from these years were the description of " a big crane " at a Soviet nuclear research facility by Pat Price ( Kress 1977 / 1999, Targ 1996 ) and Joseph McMoneagle, a description of a new class of Soviet strategic submarine by a team of three viewers which included McMoneagle ,( Smith 2005, McMoneagle 2002 ) and Rosemary Smith's location of a downed Soviet bomber in Africa.
The band's first big break came in 1996 when Kris attended a show at the club Bogart's in Cincinnati, where Jasin passed one of the band's demo tapes to a roadie from the band.
His first major role in The Ghost and the Darkness ( 1996 ), starring Val Kilmer as a bridge-building engineer who must trust a big game hunter ( Michael Douglas ) despite their mutual animosity.
He had a big series against the Baltimore Orioles in the 1996 ALCS as he blasted three home runs with five RBIs and a. 417 average in four games.
In February 1996, VH1 again hit it big with the premiere of the first of the network's flagship shows, VH1 Storytellers.
The follow-up, 1996's Another Level ( see 1996 in music ) was a breakthrough success due to the top single " No Diggity " ( with Dr. Dre ), which was a # 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in November 1996, and won the 1998 Grammy Award for Best R & B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, along with the Top 40 hit " Don't Leave Me " which was a big hit in 1996.
She followed this with a string of supporting roles in big studio films like the 17th James Bond installment GoldenEye ( 1995 ), Sleepers ( 1996 ), and Grosse Pointe Blank ( 1997 ).
With the Bruins struggling on the ice and out of playoff contention late in 1996 – 97 season, Oates publicly berated team management: " You go on a trip and everyone says it's a big trip.
In 1996, Chisholm, with Melanie Brown, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, and Victoria Beckham ( at that time Victoria Adams ), released " Wannabe " which was a big hit in United Kingdom and United States.
The album also featured the band's first collaboration with composer Max Richter, which included the big beat track " We Have Explosive ", released in 1997 ; it was used on the Mortal Kombat: Annihilation soundtrack, and ( before the single release ) in 1996 on the video game WipE ' out " 2097, along with the track " Landmass ", which they wrote especially for " 2097 " and WipE ' out ".
In 1996, Zane played the eponymous classic comic book hero in the big budget action film The Phantom, based on Lee Falk's comic.
under their own label ( Big Bad Records ) before getting their big break when their songs " You & Me & the Bottle Makes 3 Tonight ( Baby )", " I Wan ' na Be Like You " and " Go Daddy-O " were featured in the soundtrack of the 1996 comedy-drama Swingers.
He appears briefly in the 1996 movie Space Jam ( in a car before the big game and after Bugs gets crushed by one of the Monstars ), and he has also been featured in a number of episodes of The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries.
The big news with the KQ Laser was the addition of a 2. 0-litre 4-cylinder engine for the new top-spec " SR2 ", which was also the first sports-oriented Laser variant in almost five years, since the unpopular Laser Lynx was discontinued in 1996.
He had further success after being released from prison, with his albums All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, and after his fatal shooting and death in Las Vegas in 1996, his politically charged lyrics influenced many hip-hop artists and a big part of the African-American community.
More conventional exponents of the big house novel include Elizabeth Bowen ( 1899 – 1973 ), whose novels and short stories include Encounters ( 1923 ), The Last September ( 1929 ), and The Death of the Heart ( 1938 ) and Molly Keane ( 1904 – 1996 ) ( writing as M. J. Farrell ), author of Young Entry ( 1928 ), Conversation Piece ( 1932 ), Devoted Ladies ( 1934 ), Full House ( 1935 ), and The Loving Without Tears ( 1951 ) among others.
In addition to the original Sega Mega Drive / Genesis version, Sonic 3D was also available for the Sega Saturn to make up for the cancellation of Sonic X-treme, which was intended to be Saturn's big game for the 1996 holiday season.