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In the 1971 film And Now For Something Completely Different, the sketch ends with the shopkeeper explaining that he always wanted to be a lumberjack, and ignoring Mr Praline's protests of that being irrelevant, subsequently begins singing " The Lumberjack Song ".
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He bemoaned the fact that the book had been taken as the source material for a 1971 film that was perceived to glorify sex and violence.
He later appeared as a lonely teenager, Sterling North, in the 1969 Disney film, Rascal, and as Teft in the 1971 film Bless the Beasts and Children.
In 1965 he received a joint Erasmus Prize with film director Ingmar Bergman and in 1971 he was made a Commander of the national order of the Legion of Honor by the French Minister of Culture Jacques Duhamel at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 1971, SLON made Le Train en marche, a new prologue to Soviet filmmaker Aleksandr Medvedkin's 1935 film Schastye, which had recently been re-released in France.
In 1971, Trumbo directed the film adaptation of his novel Johnny Got His Gun, which starred Timothy Bottoms, Diane Varsi, Jason Robards and Donald Sutherland.
The first EVA in deep space was made on August 5, 1971, by American Al Worden, to retrieve a film and data recording canister from the Apollo 15 Service Module on the return trip from the Moon.
" In his autobiography written in 1971, Capra expressed of his feelings about the shifting film industry:
Hackman won the Academy Award for Best Actor as the character Jimmy " Popeye " Doyle in The French Connection ( film ) | The French Connection, 1971
Harold and Maude is a 1971 American dark comedy film directed by Hal Ashby and released by Paramount Pictures.
Demme broke into feature film working for exploitation film producer Roger Corman from 1971 to 1976, co-writing and producing Angels Hard as They Come and The Hot Box.
( 1970 ) with several horror features: The Abominable Dr. Phibes ( 1971 ), with Vincent Price, and Soylent Green ( 1973 ), the last film featuring Edward G. Robinson.
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The greatest successes, however, came with the films of the Monty Python team, including And Now for Something Completely Different ( 1971 ), Monty Python and the Holy Grail ( 1975 ) and Monty Python's Life of Brian in 1979.
In 1971 the duo amicably separated, with Campbell-Lyons the primary contributor to the next two Nirvana albums, Local Anaesthetic 1971, and Songs Of Love And Praise 1972, the latter featuring the return of Sylvia Schuster.
One of the most influential events in the development of CAD was the founding of MCS ( Manufacturing and Consulting Services Inc .) in 1971 by Dr. P. J. Hanratty, who wrote the system ADAM ( Automated Drafting And Machining ) but more importantly supplied code to companies such as McDonnell Douglas ( Unigraphics ), Computervision ( CADDS ), Calma, Gerber, Autotrol and Control Data.
Beginning in 1970, Webb recorded six original albums of his own songs: Words and Music ( 1970 ), And So: On ( 1971 ), Letters ( 1972 ), Land's End ( 1974 ), El Mirage ( 1977 ), and Angel Heart ( 1982 ).
On the second album, Free Your Mind ... And Your Ass Will Follow ( 1971 ), Funk is said to lead to the Kingdom of heaven, which is described as being " within " ( the titular song ).
Funkadelic ( 1970 ), Free Your Mind ... And Your Ass Will Follow ( 1970 ) and Maggot Brain ( 1971 ) were the first three albums, released within two years.
And The Go-Between won, among others, the Golden Palm Award at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival, four prizes at the 1972 BAFTA awards, and ' Best British Screenplay ' at the 1972 Writers ' Guild of Great Britain awards.
* Live And On Song-Both sides of Skid Row's first two singles on the Song label recorded 1969, plus a BBC ' In Concert ' recording from 1971 ( Hux, 2006 )
He later appeared on Coleman's 1971 LP Science Fiction, and from 1976 to 1987 reunited with Coleman alumni Dewey Redman, Charlie Haden, and Blackwell in the band Old And New Dreams, recording four albums with them, two for ECM and two for Black Saint, where his " subtlety of rhythmic expansion and contraction " was noted.
The last publicly broadcast words uttered in the park were by Harry Kalas — a veteran announcer who helped open the facility on April 10, 1971 — who paraphrased his trademark home run call: " And now, Veterans Stadium is like a 3-1 pitch to Jim Thome or Mike Schmidt.
And secondly Pablo Neruda, who in his prologue to Ramón ’ s Obras selectas Works ( 1971 ) claimed that ‘ la gran figura del surrealismo, entre todos los países, ha sido Ramón ’ major figure of surrealism, in any country, has been Ramón.
And I wrote them for myself .” These were the poet ’ s words as they appeared in his first collection of poetry, Poeżiji, published in 1971 thanks to his second wife Louisette and his friend P. Valentin Barbara ’ s constant encouragement.
And again a Member of the House of Representatives serving serving from September 21, 1965 until April 5, 1967 when he returned as Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister serving from April 5, 1967 until July 6, 1971, in the Cabinet de Jong.