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The actor Karl Swenson played him in the 1967 western picture Brighty of the Grand Canyon, the story of a real-life burro who guided Roosevelt on a hunting trip to find mountain lions.
Other notables included Karl Urban in a variety of roles such as Cupid and Caesar, Hudson Leick as Xena's nemesis Callisto ( Leick also played a body-switched Xena in the episode Intimate Stranger ), Claire Stansfield as the evil shamaness Alti ; and a number of trusted friends – Jennifer Sky as feisty sidekick Amarice, Bruce Campbell as Autolycus King of Thieves, Robert Trebor as dodgy entrepreneur Salmoneus, William Gregory Lee as the warrior-poet Virgil and Tim Omundson as the spiritual healer Eli.
*" Your Mother and Mine " played by Jack Benny on his violin with interjections from Karl Dane and George K. Arthur
Pertwee also voiced the character of " Spotty " in the 1980s cartoon series SuperTed and in 1985 he starred in Do You Know The Milkyway ?, a television adaptation of Karl Wittlinger's stage play in which he played Dr. Neuross and another nine characters.
* David Gideon: Young legal assistant working with Mason and played by Karl Held.
In One-Eyed Jacks, Jurado played the role of Karl Malden's wife, and mother of the young Mexican actress Pina Pellicer.
The Street Preacher ( also known as Karl Honig and played by Dolph Lundgren ) character has an added scene where he is addressing his followers where he claims to have been " stricken by the sickness that devours the silver pathways of the soul ," and has been healed by the Lord making him " post-human.
The eponymous hit man of the title ( actually a German, played by Karl Scheydt ) is a cold-blooded contract killer, who returns from Vietnam to his native Munich, where he is hired by three renegade policemen to do away with a number of undesirables.
The riff in " Silhouettes " has been variously credited to Jimmy Page, Big Jim Sullivan and Vic Flick ; however, according to Keith Hopwood and Karl Green, Leckenby replaced Flick in the studio and played the signature riff under Most's direction.
Hal Draper ( born Harold Dubinsky, 1914 – January 26, 1990 ) was an American socialist activist and author who played a significant role in the Berkeley, California, Free Speech Movement and is perhaps best known for his extensive scholarship on the history and meaning of the thought of Karl Marx.
With more than 400 patents and operative samples to his name, which were to play a major role in showing the way ahead, Karl Storz played a crucial role in the development of endoscopy.
* Karl Swenson played Bridger in the episode " The Jim Bridger Story " of NBC's Wagon Train, broadcast on May 10, 1961.
In the modern era these works have been performed by orchestras with the string parts each played by a number of players, under the batons of, for example, Karl Richter and Herbert von Karajan.
Joachim recommended Karl Heinrich Barth ( with whom he often played in trio ) as the boy's piano teacher.
Lenin and Karl Rosa also appear, played by Godard and Gorin, respectively.
Television: In the television series Rome, Cato, played by actor Karl Johnson, is a significant character, although he is shown as quite older than his actual age ( mid-forties ) at the time.
Gertrude Stein, whose work Anderson was introduced to by either his brother Karl or photographer Alfred Stieglitz between 1912 and 1915, is also said to have played a key role in helping shape the unique style found in the stories.
They only played one concert, at the Karl Marx Theater in Havana, Cuba on 3 March 1979, as part of the Havana Jam festival.
The chess game played in 1858 at an opera house in Paris between the American chess master Paul Morphy and two strong amateurs, the German noble Duke Karl of Brunswick and the French aristocrat Count Isouard, is among the most famous chess games.
U. S. TV stations produced series such as 77 Sunset Strip ( 1958 – 1963 ); The Streets of San Francisco ( 1972 – 1977 ), starring Karl Malden and a young Michael Douglas ; Kojak ( 1973 – 1978 ), with Telly Savalas playing the lollipop-addicted police lieutenant ; Switch ( 1975 – 1978 ), with Eddie Albert playing the retired bunco cop to Robert Wagner's role as a former con man ; Charlie's Angels ( 1976 – 1981 ); Murder, She Wrote ( starting in 1984 ), about the adventures of Cabot Cove-based mystery writer Jessica Fletcher, played by Angela Lansbury.
It was also played by Karl Pilkington on his phone while riding a camel across the desert and on his MP3 player when he is buried alive in Russia on an episode of An Idiot Abroad.
Since that time, Karl Malone has maintained a relationship with the twins, each of whom later played college basketball at his alma mater of Louisiana Tech University.
Marton Csokas who played Leonard Rossi-Dodds from 1993 to 1994, then again from late 1994 to 1995, went on to star in films such as The Bourne Supremacy alongside the previously mentioned Karl Urban and Alice in Wonderland.
A year later Karl Malone, who played under Sloan for more than a decade, indicated that Sloan did not feel supported by Kevin O ' Conner and Greg Miller.

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They have also won the Intercontinental Cup twice, the 1991 – 92 UEFA Cup, as well as the Karl Rappan Cup, a predecessor of the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1962.
Journalist Bee Wilson states that the image of a community of honey bees " occurs from ancient to modern times, in Aristotle and Plato ; in Virgil and Seneca ; in Erasmus and Shakespeare ; Tolstoy, as well as by social theorists Bernard Mandeville and Karl Marx.
Karl Friedrich ruled well for 73 years ( 1738 – 1811 ) and was an enthusiast for The Enlightenment ; he abolished serfdom in 1783.
Described by one source as a " determined, rather plodding organizer ", he failed to obtain a degree, but, according to the Jesuit priest, Father François Ponchaud, he acquired a taste for the classics of French literature as well as for the writings of Karl Marx.
Prior to this proposal, Goethe, de Saussure, Venetz, Jean de Charpentier, Karl Friedrich Schimper and others had made the glaciers of the Alps the subjects of special study, and Goethe, Charpentier as well as Schimper had even arrived at the conclusion that the erratic blocks of alpine rocks scattered over the slopes and summits of the Jura Mountains had been moved there by glaciers.
He undertook further studies at the University of Leipzig and the University of Göttingen in 1913 and 1914 with leading Indo-Europeanists August Leskien, Karl Brugmann, as well as Hermann Oldenberg, a specialist in Vedic Sanskrit.
Proudhon's theory of property greatly influenced the budding socialist movement, inspiring anarchist theorists such as Mikhail Bakunin who modified Proudhon's ideas, as well as antagonizing theorists like Karl Marx.
However Karl Barth considered that category of parousia includes Resurrection Sunday and the Acts 2 Pentecost as well, and therefore that the New Testament parousia is not limited to his final return.
This shift could be seen in theologians such as Karl Rahner, S. J., Michael Herbert, and John Courtney Murray, SJ who looked to integrate modern human experience with church principles based on Jesus Christ, as well as others such as Yves Congar, Joseph Ratzinger and Henri de Lubac who looked to an accurate understanding of scripture and the early Church Fathers as a source of renewal ( or ressourcement ).
At the same time, however, and owing to both the presence of another prominent sociologist at the Institute, Karl Mannheim, as well as the methodological problem posed by treating objects-like " musical material "-as ciphers of social contradictions, Adorno was compelled to abandon any notion of " value-free " sociology in favor of a form of ideology critique which held on to an idea of truth.
It has often been noticed that such politicies were linked with the Metternich counter-revolutionary system ; indeed, Austrian special ambassador Count Karl Ludwig von Ficquelmont was well known for his wide influence over the tsar of whom he was a close friend.
At the same time, classical scholarship revived, with works by Jeremiah Markland and Peter Elmsley, as well as early 19th century texts edited by a growing number of academics from mainland Europe – perhaps the most prominent being August Immanuel Bekker and Karl Wilhelm Dindorf.
In general, officers who were in some way critical of Hitler's military, if not necessarily political leadership, such as Field Marshal Wilhelm Ritter von Leeb, Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt and Admiral Raeder, received ( and accepted ) larger bribes than officers who were well known to be convinced National Socialists, such as General Walter Model, Admiral Karl Dönitz and Field Marshal Ferdinand Schörner.
In 2000 Philippe Delorme arranged for DNA testing of the heart as well as bone samples from Karl Wilhelm Naundorff.
They had two sons, Karl Ulrich Schnabel ( 1909 – 2001 ) who also became a classical pianist and renowned piano teacher, and Stefan Schnabel ( 1912 – 99 ), who became a well regarded actor.
He may have had further unacknowledged illegitimate offspring as well, such as Karl Eugin von Mühlfeld by Victoria Kraus ; Hélène Napoleone Bonaparte ( 1816 – 1910 ) by Albine de Montholon ; and Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire, whose mother remains unknown.
He had become increasingly interested in socialism and Marxism, reading the works of the prominent Marxist theoreticians Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, as well as the works of philosopher G. W. F. Hegel, whose ideas on dialectical materialism had been hugely influential on Marxist theory.
In the various neo-Hegelian schools-proposing a history of our species some consider to be at variance with Darwin, as well as with the dialectical materialism of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and with what is now called analytic philosophy — the point of departure is not so much formal logic and scientific fact but ' identity '.
His followers and pupils included his son Karl ( who sometimes painted so well that his works are occasionally mistaken for those of his father ), Oudinot, Delpy, Albert Charpin and Pierre Emmanuel Damoye.
Dietrich Bronder ( Bevor Hitler kam, 1964 ) alleged that other members of the Thule Society were later prominent in Nazi Germany: the list includes Dietrich Eckart ( who coached Hitler on his public speaking skills and had Mein Kampf dedicated to him ) as well as Gottfried Feder, Hans Frank, Hermann Göring, Karl Haushofer, Rudolf Hess, Heinrich Himmler and Alfred Rosenberg.
Early in 1920 Karl Harrer was forced out of the DAP as Hitler moved to sever the party's link with the Thule Society, which subsequently fell into decline and was dissolved about five years later, well before Hitler came to power.
In Northern Germany Dithmarschen is well known for its Dithmarscher beer from the brewery Karl Hintz in Marne.
The print collection has over 500, 000 items, covering: posters, greetings cards, book plates, as well as prints from the renaissance to the present, including works by Rembrandt, William Hogarth, Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Canaletto, Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Henri Matisse and Sir William Nicholson.
Two interesting facts in transportation history are that both Karl Drais, the inventor of the bicycle, as well as Carl Benz, the inventor of the car were born in Karlsruhe and that Benz also studied at the city ’ s university ; and that Benz ’ s wife Bertha took the world's first long distance-drive with a car from Mannheim to Karlsruhe-Grötzingen and Pforzheim ( see Bertha Benz Memorial Route ).

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