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Maurice Tourneur was also highly ranked for the pictorial beauties of his films, together with the subtlety of his handling of fantasy, while at the same time he was capable of getting greater naturalism from his actors at appropriate moments, as in A Girl's Folly ( 1917 ).
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He was hired by the Peerless Studio at Fort Lee, New Jersey, and became an assistant to the French-born director Maurice Tourneur.
She then continued her career in the United States, as did Maurice Tourneur and Léonce Perret after World War I.
Directors such as Albert Capellani ( a French director who also did work in America directing Alla Nazimova films ) and Maurice Tourneur insisted on naturalism in their films.
1911 ; film of play, directed by Maurice Tourneur, released in 1918 ); Lyall, Eric: Two Pierrot Plays ( 1918 ); Rodker, John: " Fear " ( 1914 ), " Twilight I " ( 1915 ), " Twilight II " ( 1915 ); Sargent, Herbert C .: Pierrot Playlets: Cackle for Concert Parties ( 1920 ).
He first found work as an extra with the Thomas Ince Studios, and soon became a favorite of Maurice Tourneur, who also hired him to write and direct several pictures.
Katia, released in 1938, was directed by Maurice Tourneur, and the identically-named Katia was directed by Robert Siodmak and released in 1959.
The 1923 silent film The Isle of Lost Ships, an atmospheric adventure from director Maurice Tourneur, takes place in the Sargasso Sea.
) In 1912, back in France, she was offered a role in a film by the up-and-coming young director Maurice Tourneur.
Maurice Tourneur ( February 2, 1873 – August 4, 1961 ) was an important international film director and screenwriter.
Using the stage name Maurice Tourneur, he began his show business career performing in secondary roles on stage and eventually toured England and South America as part of the theater company for the great star Gabrielle Réjane.
Before long, Maurice Tourneur was a major and respected force in American film and a founding member of the East Coast chapter of the Motion Picture Directors Association.
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In its ruling, the state Board of Education upheld Dr. Michael F. Walsh, state commissioner of education, who had ruled previously that the Warwick board erred when it named Maurice F. Tougas as coordinator of audio-visual education without first finding that the school superintendent's candidate was not suitable.
The term " Afroasiatic " ( often now spelled as " Afro-Asiatic ") was later coined by Maurice Delafosse ( 1914 ).
These soon became so serious that a league was formed to crush him, and Maurice of Saxony led an army against his former comrade.
* The town hall was constructed in the 1930s after the destruction of the Saint Maurice chapel in July 1934.
A young mountain bongo grazes. One of the reasons often cited for the popularity of the bongo as a prized hunting target was a highly-publicized hunting trip taken by Maurice Stans, an official in Richard Nixon's cabinet, to Uganda.
The term compact was introduced into mathematics by Maurice Fréchet in 1906 as a distillation of this concept.
It was Maurice Fréchet who, in 1906, had distilled the essence of the Bolzano – Weierstrass property and coined the term compactness to refer to this general phenomenon.
Reopened at Trent on 1 May 1551 by convocation of Pope Julius III ( 1550 – 5 ), it was broken up by the sudden victory of Maurice, Elector of Saxony over the Emperor Charles V and his march into surrounding state of Tirol on 28 April 1552.
The idea of microprogramming was introduced by Maurice Wilkes in 1951 as an intermediate level to execute computer program instructions.
First was the suggestion of Harry Kalven, Jr. and Maurice Rosenfeld in 1941 that class action litigation by individual shareholders on behalf of all shareholders of a company could effectively supplement direct government regulation of securities markets and other similar markets.
Barrymore was born into acting: her great-grandparents Maurice Barrymore and Georgie Drew Barrymore, Maurice Costello and Mae Costello ( Altschuk ) and her grandparents John Barrymore and Dolores Costello, were all actors ; John Barrymore was arguably the most acclaimed actor of his generation.
Her first name, Drew, was the maiden name of her paternal great-grandmother, Georgie Drew Barrymore ; her middle name, Blyth, was the original surname of the dynasty founded by her great-grandfather, Maurice Barrymore.
It is unclear whether this first expedition was the expedition by Jacques l ' Hermite to the coast of Chile, Peru and Bolivia, set up by Stadthouder Maurice with the support of the States General and the VOC.
After Luther's death, Alberus was for a time a deacon in Wittenberg ; he became involved, however, in the political conflicts of the time, and was in Magdeburg in 1550-1551, while that town was besieged by Maurice of Saxony.
There was probably rivalry between the Benedictine Monastery of St Maurice founded at Magdeburg by Otto and Eadgyth in 937, a year after coming to the throne and Matilda's foundation at Quedlinburg Abbey, intended by her as a memorial to her husband, the late King Henry I.
Meanwhile, Debussy was having one of his first major successes with in 1902, leading a few years later to ‘ who-was-precursor-to-whom ’ debates between the two composers, in which Maurice Ravel would also get involved.
The machine, having been inspired by John von Neumann's seminal First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC, was constructed by Maurice Wilkes and his team at the University of Cambridge Mathematical Laboratory in England.