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Larry King wrote in the May 22, 1995, edition of USA Today, " My interview with Eastwood will air on ' Larry King Weekend ' ...
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In 2000, following a media uproar prompted by the visit of presidential candidate George W. Bush to the university, Bob Jones III abruptly dropped the interracial dating rule, announcing the change on CNN's " Larry King Live ".
The church and the Information Age: This would include topics like how the church seeks to battle pornography, its use of the internet, its battle to control its public image, broadcasting the Nauvoo temple dedication, appearances on Larry King Live, and so on.
On July 7, 2004, Hackman gave a rare interview to Larry King, in which Hackman announced that he had no future film projects lined up and believes his acting career is over.
After Matthau's death in 2000, Lemmon appeared with friends and relatives of the actor on a Larry King Live show in tribute.
In a 2001 interview on Larry King Live, Ashcroft announced his intent to escalate efforts in this area.
He made the cover of Rolling Stone magazine for the second time, and appeared for the first time on Larry King Live to discuss the new album.
Brando made a similar comment on Larry King Live in April 1996, saying " Hollywood is run by Jews ; it is owned by Jews, and they should have a greater sensitivity about the issue of — of people who are suffering.
" Larry King, who is Jewish, replied, " When you say — when you say something like that you are playing right in, though, to anti-Semitic people who say the Jews are —" at which point Brando interrupted.
After seeing a FBI agent who investigated satanic cults on the Larry King Show, Carter became interested in adding the FBI to his concept.
In an interview on Larry King Live shortly after the magazine issue began circulating, Obama said " Well, I know it was The New Yorkers attempt at satire ...
On June 26, 2007, Ono appeared on Larry King Live along with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and Olivia Harrison.
On February 20, 1992, he appeared on CNN's Larry King Live and announced his intention to run as an independent if his supporters could get his name on the ballot in all fifty states.
He was a prominent campaigner against the North American Free Trade Agreement, and even debated with Al Gore on the issue on Larry King Live.
He appeared on Larry King Live four days before the election and endorsed George W. Bush for president.
In 2009 Loren stated on Larry King Live that Fellini had planned to direct her in a film shortly before his death in 1993.
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In 1991, Australian author and playwright Larry Buttrose wrote and staged a theatrical production of Kurtz ( based on Heart of Darkness ) with the Crossroads Theatre Company, Sydney.
Aykroyd wrote the introduction and accompanied his father on a series of promotional activities, including launches in New York City and Toronto, an appearance on Larry King Live and various other public relations initiatives.
" Larry Fine, American piano technician and author of the known The Piano Book, wrote in 2011 that he considered Hamburg Steinways to be of a higher quality than New York Steinways.
As Mark Malseed wrote, " Soliciting funds from faculty members, family and friends, Sergey and Larry scraped together enough to buy some servers and rent that famous garage in Menlo Park.
Other notable guest stars included: Cesar Romero as Chico's absentee father ; Tony Orlando as Chico's look-alike, the ex-fiance of a hostile woman he wants to date ; José Feliciano, who wrote the theme song, as Chico's womanizing famous-singer cousin Pepe Fernando ; Sammy Davis Jr. as himself ; Herbie Faye appeared as Bernie in the 1975 episode " Louie's Retirement "; Shelley Winters ( reuniting with Albertson, with whom she'd costarred in The Poseidon Adventure ) as the owner of the local bakery, Shirley Schrift ( her real name ); Jim Backus as Ed's friend who uses him as a " beard "— pretending to be playing cards with him when cheating on his wife ( Audra Lindley ); silent-film actress Carmel Myers as a former star who has fallen on hard times, brings in her car for repairs, and stays in the garage while looking for work ; George Takei as Ed's supposed long-lost son from his time in Japan during World War II ; Cesare Danova as Aunt Connie's Spanish aristocrat boyfriend, the Count de Catalan, in the second episode in which she appeared ; comedian Joey Bishop as an inept robber ; Bernie Kopell as a plastic surgeon ; Rose Marie as a CB radio enthusiast with whom a lonely Ed connects on New Year's Eve ; Penny Marshall, as a waitress ; football star Rosey Grier as himself, Della's date for a charity benefit dance ; Larry Hovis as a customer in the second episode of the first season ; and Jim Jordan ( of radio's Fibber McGee and Molly ) as a mechanic who used to be a big businessman, until he was victimized by his own company's retirement-age mandate ).
During this time, he wrote a number of screenplays, including The English Speaker, about Josef Breuer's analysis of Anna O .; adaptations of Walker Percy's The Moviegoer and Larry McMurtry's The Desert Rose ; a script about Jerry Lee Lewis ; and a stage adaptation of Sansho the Bailiff that was to be directed by Andrzej Wajda, in addition to continuing work on the Q script.
During the next two years an author, Miller from the town where Larry first performed this, wrote a book called " The Singer " and another book called " The Song.
A column he wrote titled “ When Will We Learn ” discussing the September 11 attacks persuaded Larry Elder to break with the Libertarian Party and join the Republican Party.
He wrote for the sitcoms Three's Company, It's Garry Shandling's Show and The Larry Sanders Show and served as showrunner on the series Newhart.
In 2011, the paper fired its outspoken columnist Larry Derfner for a controversial post in his personal blog in which he wrote that Palestinians have a right to kill Israelis to oppose the occupation.
A common misconception is that Larry Gelbart wrote for Your Show of Shows ; he in fact wrote for its successor program, Caesar's Hour, which ran from 1954 to 1957.
A columnist wrote in the Plain Dealer on July 8: " Cleveland's man in the street is the right sort of American, as was evidenced right solidly once more by the response to the question: ' How does the signing of Larry Doby by the Indians strike you?
The New York Times wrote, " In glorifying those who are first, the second is often forgotten ... Larry Doby integrated all those American League ball parks where Jackie Robinson never appeared.
As fellow Hall of Famer Joe Morgan wrote, " Anyone who knew Larry knew that he admired Robinson and was never jealous of the attention Robinson received.
Shortly after the Indians had honored Doby by naming a nearby street after him, The Plain Dealer columnist Bill Livingston wrote, " The Larry Doby way of pioneering was the same as the Jackie Robinson way in the National League, only Doby's debut occurred six short weeks later and with almost no advance preparation by Doby or the Indians.
In an interview with Larry King, Walsch described the inception of the books as follows: at a low period in his life, Walsch wrote an angry letter to God asking questions about why his life wasn't working.
Tenney wrote the seminal Meta (+) Hodos ( one of, if not the, earliest applications of gestalt theory and cognitive science to music ), the later Hierarchical temporal gestalt perception in music: a metric space model with Larry Polansky, John Cage and the Theory of Harmony ( 1983, the fullest exposition of his theories of harmonic space ), and other works.