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Ivor Crewe and Anthony King found five defectors who claimed to have voted for Foot in order to saddle Labour with an unelectable leader and make life easier in their new party.
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* Arthur Brown ( footballer born 1903 ) ( Arthur Ivor Brown, 1903-1971 ), Welsh international goalkeeper who played for Aberdare, Reading and Crewe Alexandra.
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Actors who have portrayed Long John Silver in the various motion picture adaptations of Treasure Island include Wallace Beery, Ivo Garrani, Orson Welles, Charlton Heston, Eddie Izzard, Lance Henriksen, Robert Newton, Anthony Quinn, Tim Curry, Jack Palance, Brian Murray, Oleg Borisov, Boris Andreyev and British actor Ivor Dean in a televised version of the novel.
* 5X5 ( 1981 ) with Glen Baxter, Ian Breakwell, Ivor Cutler and Anthony Earnshaw ( edited by Asa Benveniste )
Later additions included Ivor Francis, Annette O ' Toole, Dabney Coleman, Anthony Geary, Gail Kobe, and Anne Jeffreys.
Sir Ivor Anthony Roberts, KCMG, FCIL ( born 24 September 1946 ) is President of Trinity College, Oxford and was a British diplomat.
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Other celebrity guests in the hotel's early decades included the future King Edward VII, Sarah Bernhardt, Enrico Caruso, Lillie Langtry, H. G. Wells, George Bernard Shaw, Nellie Melba, Charlie Chaplin, Al Jolson, Errol Flynn, Fred Astaire, Marlene Dietrich, Lionel Barrymore, Harry Truman, Audrey Hepburn, Judy Garland, Josephine Baker, Cary Grant, Babe Ruth, Ivor Novello and Noël Coward.
The choice of names for Ivor and Ynyr in the stories may be a consequence of spurious additions to the Laws of Edward the Confessor, which inaccurately speak of good relations between Wessex and the Welsh in the reign of King Ine of Wessex ( reigned 688 – 726 ).
King frequently performed under pseudonyms such as " Shag ", " Sakkarin ", " Bubblerock ", " 100 Ton and a Feather " and " Nemo ", although, in 1975, a rendition under his own name of the song " Una Paloma Blanca ( White Dove )" was awarded the Record of the Year trophy at the Ivor Novello Awards.
In 1938 Casson directed Henry V for Ivor Novello In 1939 he led an Old Vic tour around the Mediterranean, and in 1940 he directed John Gielgud in King Lear at the Old Vic.
This pantheon includes the composers Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sir Arthur Somervell, Ivor Gurney, George Butterworth, Herbert Howells and Julius Harrison ; the poets A. E. Housman, John Masefield, Cecil Day-Lewis, John Drinkwater and U. A. Fanthorpe ; the authors E. V. Lucas, Arthur Quiller-Couch, William Cobbett, E. Temple Thurston, Francis Brett Young, John Moore, Fred Archer and Jenny Glanfield ; and the artists Peter de Wint, Alfred William Parsons, Benjamin Williams Leader, Frederick Whitehead, Josiah Wood Whymper, Alfred Egerton Cooper, A. R. Quinton, Henry Yeend King and Anna Hornby.
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The anthropologist Ivor Hugh Norman Evans visited Malaysia in the early 1920s and found that some of the tribes ( especially Negritos ) were still producing cave paintings and had added depictions of modern objects including what are believed to be cars.
In October 2010, however, film copies of all 26 episodes were discovered in a pig shed .< ref > Lost episodes of Ivor the Engine discovered in ' priceless ' haul found in pig shed < at dailymail. co. uk
Christopher Vernon Hassall ( 24 March 1912 – 25 April 1963 ) was an English actor, dramatist, librettist, lyricist and poet, who found his greatest fame in a memorable musical partnership with the actor and composer Ivor Novello after working together in the same touring company.
On 25 November 2007, Norris proposes to Doreen Fenwick ( Barbara Young ) before he found out that both George Trench ( Keith Barron ) and Ivor Priestley ( Paul Copley ) had also proposed to her.
When the orchestral parts were rediscovered in 1959 by the ballet historian and musicologist Ivor Guest and the conductor John Lanchbery, they were found to be covered with comments ranging from the witty to the crude.
At the suggestion of the ballet historian and musicologist Ivor Guest, Ashton studied the 1828 score by Ferdinand Hérold, and found the light, simple music more suitable for his conception.
Ivor Guest found a violin reduction of the pas de deux that Fanny Elssler had arranged for her performance in the ballet in 1837, tucked away in an old box of music at the Paris Opéra.
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His five brothers and his father are miners ; after the eldest brother, Ivor, is killed in an mining accident, Huw moves in with his sister-in-law, Bronwen, with whom he has always been in love.
She played leading roles in five British films in 1933 at Warner Bros .' Teddington studios and for Julius Hagen at Twickenham, including in The Ghost Camera with John Mills and I Lived with You with Ivor Novello.
After a moderately successful international solo career, Dennis later received great success as a writer of pop songs, scoring 8 UK number ones and winning five Ivor Novello Awards.
Back to Black produced numerous nominations, including two BRIT Awards ( Best Female Solo Artist and Best British Album ), six Grammy Awards ( including five wins ), four Ivor Novello Awards, four MTV Europe Music Awards, three MTV Video Music Awards, three World Music Awards, and was nominated for the Mercury Prize ( Album of the Year ) and a MOBO Awards ( Best UK Female ).
In addition Carnival ’ s productions have together been awarded nineteen BAFTAs ; nine Emmy ’ s ; five RTS awards, four BANFF Rockie Awards, three Ivor Novello Awards ; two Broadcast awards, one Golden Globe ; one National Television Award, a Producers Guild of America award, a Bulldog award, an Evening Standard Theatre Award and a Tony.
" Telstar " won an Ivor Novello Award and is estimated to have sold at least five million copies worldwide.
Coulter has won 23 Platinum Discs, 39 Gold Discs, 52 Silver Discs, two Grand Prix Eurovision awards ; five Ivor Novello Awards, which includes Songwriter of the Year ; three American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers awards ; a Grammy Nomination ; a Meteor Award, a National Entertainment Award and a Rose d ’ or d ’ Antibes.
Mason gained many gold and platinum awards for his work including five Ivor Novello Awards, the most recent of them in 1998.
Roberts was five times the winner of an Ivor Novello Award, four for songwriting and one for services to the British Music Industry.
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Leslie Charteris features Detective Inspector ( later DCI ) Claud Eustace Teal of Scotland Yard in several of his Saint novels, a character who reappeared in various dramatic incarnations of the series, notably on television by Ivor Dean.
They started in 1959 with Ivor the Engine, a series for ITV about a Welsh steam locomotive who wanted to sing in a choir.
While the storylines and production were remembered by children, the adult jokes like those about the Welsh in " Ivor the Engine ," or the fact that the Clangers swore occasionally ; gave them both an instant parent engagement as well as a later revival with children who had grown up and were re-watching their favourite programmes.
David Ivor Davies ( 15 January 1893 – 6 March 1951 ), better known as Ivor Novello, was a Welsh composer, singer and actor who became one of the most popular British entertainers of the first half of the 20th century.
More recently, the re-released works of English toilet humour specialist Ivor Biggun include " Southern Breeze ", a song about a " Famous French Farteur " who describes in rhyme a stroll through a farmyard, accompanied by appropriate farting noises.
Llewelyn was born in Newport, Wales, the son of Mia ( née Wilkinson ) and Ivor Llewelyn, who was a coal mining engineer.
** The first known underwater diving club in Britain, " The Amphibians Club ", is formed in Aberdeen by Ivor Howitt ( who modified an old civilian gas mask ) and some friends.
When the Nazis came to power in Germany in 1933, Lorre took refuge first in Paris and then London, where he was noticed by Ivor Montagu, Alfred Hitchcock's associate producer for The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1934 ), who reminded the director about Lorre's performance in M. They first considered him to play the assassin in the film, but wanted to use him in a larger role, despite his limited command of English, which Lorre overcame by learning much of his part phonetically.
He received a resounding vote of thanks from the 200 + Members of Parliament who had arrived to question him, both for his candour and for his efforts to keep the troops armed ; Sir Ivor Herbert, who, a week before, had introduced the failed vote of censure in the House of Commons against Kitchener's running of the War Department, personally seconded the motion.
In the French version, Pollux is a British character who speaks somewhat broken French with an outrageous English accent as a result of Ivor Wood's role as co-creator.
The look of these characters was the responsibility of British animator Ivor Wood, who was working at Danot's studio at the time ( and who subsequently animated The Herbs, Paddington Bear and Postman Pat ).
Melbourne's greatest player of these early years of the VFL was Ivor Warne-Smith, who in 1926 won the club's first Brownlow Medal, the League's annual award for the fairest and best player.
He also worked on behalf of the poet-composer Ivor Gurney, who had been committed to an institution.
It has been home to actors as diverse as Shakespearean actor Edmund Kean, child actress Clara Fisher, comedian Dan Leno, the comedy troupe Monty Python ( who recorded a concert album there ), and musical composer and performer Ivor Novello.
After pulling a 77-year-old pensioner named Dorothy Smith ( who had rebuked Ryan for making noise without provoking gunfire ) into her home, Marjorie Jackson telephoned George White, a colleague of her husband Ivor Jackson.
Ivor the Engine was Smallfilms ' first production, and drew inspiration from Postgate's World War II encounter with Welshman Denzyl Ellis, a former railway locomotive fireman with the Royal Scot train, who described how steam engines came to life when you spent time steaming them up in the morning.
Claude Gilbert was the station master of Tan-y-Gwlch station in the original black-and-white series, who would share a cup of tea with Jones whilst Ivor rested at the platform.
They had two sons, John Albert William Spencer-Churchill, Marquess of Blandford ( who became 10th Duke of Marlborough ) and Lord Ivor Spencer-Churchill.
Financially assisted by a member of the family of Charles Bathurst, 1st Viscount Bledisloe who had taken an interest in the budding musician, Howells began music lessons in 1905 with Herbert Brewer, the organist of Gloucester Cathedral, and at sixteen became his articled pupil at the Cathedral alongside Ivor Novello and Ivor Gurney.