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Some, like the British and the French, maintain an elaborate system of personal contacts and have experts constantly studying special areas of the American scene.
A major influence on the sound of the British music scene in the 1960s, Korner was instrumental in bringing together various English blues musicians.
Bubbles, who also sketched and painted privately, is best known for his distinctive contribution to the design practices associated with the British independent music scene of the 1970s and 1980s.
This track features an Indian sample from a cult Bollywood era making the track popular on the bhangra and desi scene and with much of British Asian urban culture.
* Canterbury scene, the British progressive music genre
The third major scene of combat during the week was at North King Street, behind the Four Courts, where the British, on Thursday, tried to take a well-barricaded rebel position.
Smith and the other lesser producers were joined by Cecil Hepworth in 1899, and in a few years he was turning out 100 films a year, with his company becoming the largest on the British scene.
However, in the last couple of years the British graffiti scene has been struck by self-titled ' art terrorist ' Banksy, who has revolutionized the style of UK graffiti ( bringing to the forefront stencils to aid the speed of painting ) as well as the content ; making his work largely satirical of the sociological state of cities, or the political climate of war, often using monkeys and rats as motifs.
Independent from the British scene, the late 1970s and early 1980s saw death rock branch off from American punk in California.
Other groups in the British grindcore scene, such as Heresy and Unseen Terror, have emphasized the influence of American hardcore punk, including Septic Death, as well as Swedish D-beat.
All of these discoveries were eagerly covered by the world's press, but most of their representatives were kept in their hotels ; only H. V. Morton was allowed on the scene, and his vivid descriptions helped to cement Carter's reputation with the British public.
In a following scene, a British officer from the Joke Brigade ( Michael Palin ) has been taken prisoner and is being interrogated and tortured by Gestapo officers.
Bolstered by an image overhaul — including bleached-blonde hair, frosted lips, heavy eye make-up and Carnaby Street fashions — Sinatra made her mark on the American ( and British ) music scene in early 1966 with " These Boots Are Made for Walkin '", its title inspired by a line in Robert Aldrich's 1963 western comedy 4 for Texas starring her father and Dean Martin.
The classic punk rock look among male American musicians harkens back to the T-shirt, motorcycle jacket, and jeans ensemble favored by American greasers of the 1950s associated with the rockabilly scene and by British rockers of the 1960s.
Inspired by Crass, its Dial House commune, and its independent Crass Records label, a scene developed around British bands such as Subhumans, Flux of Pink Indians, Conflict, Poison Girls, and The Apostles that was concerned as much with anarchist and DIY principles as it was with music.
The Byrds, emerging from the Californian folk scene, and the Yardbirds from the British blues scene, have been seen as particularly influential on the development of the genre.
British psychedelic rock, like its American counterpart, had roots in the folk scene.
However, the largest strand was a series of bands that emerged from 1966 from the British blues scene, but influenced by folk, jazz and psychedelia, including Pink Floyd, Traffic, Soft Machine, Cream, and The Jimi Hendrix Experience ( led by an American, but initially produced and managed in Britain by Chas Chandler of The Animals ).
This is most common in the post-1980s US hardcore punk scene, where members of the subculture often dressed in plain T-shirts and jeans, rather than the more elaborate outfits and spiked, dyed hair of their British counterparts.
About the same time, a British blues scene developed, initially led by purist blues followers such as Alexis Korner and Cyril Davies who were directly inspired by American musicians such as Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Howlin ' Wolf.
The British Mod subculture was musically centred on rhythm and blues and later soul music, performed by artists that were not available in small London clubs around which the scene was based.
1867 edition of Punch ( magazine ) | Punch, a ground-breaking United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland | British magazine of popular humour, including a great deal of satire of the contemporary social and political scene.
Examples of so-called kniferisms include a British television newsreader once referring to the police at a crime scene removing a ' hypodeemic nerdle '; a television announcer once saying that " All the world was thrilled by the marriage of the Duck and Doochess of Windsor " and that word regarding an impending presidential veto had come from " a high White Horse souse " ( instead of " a high White House source "); and during a live broadcast in 1931, radio presenter Harry von Zell accidentally mispronouncing US President Herbert Hoover's name, " Hoobert Heever.
The longest available version is the DVD published by the British Film Institute ( BFI ), containing a short scene usually deleted from other prints, in which, during the first wedding, one of the masters quotes a Gottfried Benn poem.

scene and soldiers
The scene depicted American soldiers being killed by Godzillasaurus, allowing Japanese soldiers to escape.
Many US soldiers adopted her song " These Boots Are Made for Walkin '" as their anthem, as shown in Pierre Schoendoerffer's academy award winning documentary The Anderson Platoon ( 1967 ) and reprised in a scene in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket ( 1987 ).
Another brief scene later cut related to a firing squad, where two U. S. soldiers are blindfolded and executed.
In fact, as a previous scene has shown, they have been murdered by looters, one of whom is himself shot by soldiers who chance upon the gang leaving the house.
During war time Johanna was very active at the local scene: she harboured German officials arrived in the city, and they dined at her house ; volunteered to nurse wounded soldiers ; and sheltered many of the less fortunate Weimar citizens whose homes French soldiers had taken over.
The scene soon descended into chaos ; the soldiers forming the honour guard opened fire and rode through the crowd with drawn sabres.
On the way, just outside the monastery of Mont Saint-Michel, the army become mired in quicksand and Harold saves two Norman soldiers .< sup >( scene 17 )</ sup > William's army chases Conan from Dol de Bretagne to Rennes, and Conan finally surrenders at Dinan .< sup >( scene 20 )</ sup > William gives Harold arms and armour ( possibly knighting him ) and Harold takes an oath on saintly relics .< sup >( scene 23 )</ sup > Although the writing on the tapestry explicitly states an oath is taken there is no clue as to what is being promised.
Larrey was present at the battle of Spires, between the French and Prussians, and was distressed by the fact that wounded soldiers were not picked up by the numerous ambulances ( which Napoleon required to be stationed two and half miles back from the scene of battle ) until after hostilities had ceased, and set about developing a new ambulance system.
Three hundred gladiators appeared in an arena scene not featured in Shakespeare's play ; a similar number of girls danced as Caesar's captives ; a total of three thousand soldiers took part in the battle sequences.
Fireforce was an operational assault or response usually composed of a first wave of 32 soldiers carried to the scene by three Alouette III helicopters and one Dakota transport aircraft, with another Alouette III helicopter as a command / gunship aircraft and a light attack aircraft in support.
Samson officials confirmed that the soldiers assisted in traffic control and securing the crime scene.
* The scene showing Japanese soldiers distributing the certificates to the Chinese citizens at YouTube
* The scene showing Yamato nurses treating the wounded Japanese soldiers at YouTube
* The scene showing Japanese soldiers preparing the new year 1938 and the Chinese children celebrating the new year's day at YouTube
In this scene, the Tsar's soldiers in their white summer tunics march down a seemingly endless flight of steps in a rhythmic, machine-like fashion, firing volleys into a crowd.
It is the final resting place of the Confederate governor of Florida, Governor John Milton, and the scene of a minor Civil War battle between a small home guard of about 150 boys, old men, and wounded soldiers, and a contingent of approximately 900 Federal troops.
In 1974 the service station was near the scene of a Provisional Irish Republican Army attack on a coach carrying soldiers and their children, killing nineteen.
In a scene from the film, soldiers are wading through a swamp in the Everglades, and one of them is bitten and dragged underwater by an alligator.
Through a twist of fate, Bob Lee becomes the 47th Samurai himself when he joins 45 soldiers ( whose leader has been killed, too ) and a CIA woman to do battle in a snowy scene resembling the battle that started it all.
Another ISM volunteer at the scene claimed that the Israeli soldiers deliberately aimed at Henochowicz.

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