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Most of the musical films of the 1950s and 1960s such as Oklahoma!
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Most communities across the country will host organized celebrations for Canada Day, usually outdoor public events, such as parades, carnivals, festivals, barbecues, air and maritime shows, fireworks, and free musical concerts, as well as citizenship ceremonies for new citizens.
Most obviously, the musical film was born ; the first classic-style Hollywood musical was The Broadway Melody ( 1929 ) and the form would find its first major creator in choreographer / director Busby Berkeley ( 42nd Street, 1933, Dames, 1934 ).
The musical numbers " Ah, But Underneath " ( replacing " The Story of Lucy and Jessie "), " Country House ", " Make the Most of Your Music " ( replacing " Live, Laugh, Love "), " Social Dancing " and a new version of " Loveland " have been incorporated into various productions.
Most Center for the Arts events take place here, including operas, orchestras, ballets, and musical and theatrical performances such as Kid Cudi in 2010.
Most orchestrators often work from a draft ( sketch ), or short score, that is, a score written on limited number of independent musical staves.
Most of the world's foremost authorities on Gagaku music ( the ancient classical Shinto music of the imperial court of Japan ) are also Tenrikyo followers, and Gagaku music is actively promoted by Tenrikyo, although, strictly speaking, the Mikagura-Uta and Gagaku are separate musical forms.
Most characteristic are the productions of Jerzy Grzegorzewski ( Theatre director between 1997 – 2002 ), who, employing complicated stage equipment ( metaphoric scenographic elements such as pantographs, huge musical instruments, or symbolic props ) and creating his own montage of classic texts, testing their value, searching for their relevance to the here and now.
* Most nominated with fewer wins: The musical The Scottsboro Boys ( 2011 ) was nominated for 12 Tony Awards but did not win any.
Most of these musical styles are also be played by wind ensembles of varying sizes at popular festivals around the country.
The subculture surfaced on Broadway as musical comedy in The Nervous Set ( 1959 ) by Neurotica editor Jay Landesman and Theodore J. Flicker with music by Tommy Wolf and lyrics by Fran Landesman ; this was the source of two jazz standards, " Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most " and " The Ballad of the Sad Young Men " ( recorded by Gil Evans, Anita O ' Day, Roberta Flack, Petula Clark, Rod McKuen, Shirley Bassey and others ).
Most of Aiken's dialogue is lifted verbatim from Stowe's novel and it included four full musical numbers written by the producer, George C. Howard.
Most notably, Cyril Ritchard played Captain Hook in the 1954 musical adaptation which starred Mary Martin as Peter Pan.
Most march composers come from the United States or Europe, and have some type of musical background.
Most famously, it was adapted as the Broadway musical and later film versions of Fiddler on the Roof.
Most historians agree that Dvořák is referring to the pentatonic scale, which is typical of each of these musical traditions.
Most machines were capable of holding only one musical selection, the automation coming from the ability to play that one selection at will.
Most of the musical instruments are either keyboards ( pianos, spinets, harpsichords, organs ) or string instruments, often with elaborate inlays or carving.
Most of his writings, which dealt with philosophy, ethics and music, have been lost, but one musical treatise, Elements of Harmony, survives incomplete, as well as some fragments concerning rhythm and meter.
Since 1982, Shaffer has served as musical director for David Letterman's late night talk shows: as leader of " The World's Most Dangerous Band " for Late Night with David Letterman ( 1982 – 1993 ) on NBC, for which he also composed the theme song, and as leader of the CBS Orchestra for the Late Show with David Letterman ( 1993 – present ) on CBS.
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The other Rutherford films ( all directed by George Pollock ) were Murder at the Gallop ( 1963 ), based on the 1953 Hercule Poirot novel After the Funeral ( In this film, she is identified as Miss JTV Marple, though there was no indication as to what the extra initials might stand for ); Murder Most Foul ( 1964 ), based on the 1952 Poirot novel Mrs McGinty's Dead ; and Murder Ahoy!
Most British comedy films of the early 1970s were spin-offs of television series, including Dad's Army and On the Buses.
Most of his films have been at least partially financed by Telefilm Canada, and Cronenberg is a vocal supporter of government-backed film projects, saying " Every country needs system of government Grant ( money ) | grants in order to have a national cinema in the face of Hollywood ".
Most of Vertov's early work was unpublished, and few manuscripts remain after the Second World War, though some material survived in later films and documentaries created by Vertov and his brothers, Boris Kaufman and Mikhail Kaufman.
Most of these films had been comedies, and Spiegel felt that Evil Dead II should be less straight horror than the first.
Most of the major companies made films in all the genres, but some had a special interest in certain kinds of films.
Most well-known examples of such films are those by directors Andrei Tarkovsky, Sergei Parajanov and Nikita Mikhalkov.
Most of the futuristic-themed films of this period have been lost, but critics cite Thais by Anton Giulio Bragaglia ( 1917 ) as one of the most influential, serving as the main inspiration for the upcoming German Expressionist cinema.
Most notable international actors acted in this genre of films such Alain Delon, Henry Silva, Fred Williamson, Charles Bronson, Tomas Milian and others international stars.
Most films were shown in double bills, with one half of the bill being a " program picture " or B-movie.
Her first film under RKO was The Most Dangerous Game ( 1932 ), co-starring Joel McCrea and shot at night on the same jungle sets that were being used for King Kong during the day, with the leads from both films, Wray and Robert Armstrong, appearing in both movies.
Most of his 1980s films were less than successful, both critically and financially, but Frankenheimer was able to make a comeback in the 1990s by returning to his roots in television.
Most of the negatives for Riefenstahl ’ s finished films and other production materials relating to her unfinished projects were lost towards the end of the war.
Most notably Cheers plus many films including Lethal Weapon numerous television appearances and National television commercials.
* Most notably, the rights to four Paramount films directed by Alfred Hitchcock – Rear Window ( 1954 ), The Trouble With Harry ( 1956 ), The Man Who Knew Too Much ( 1956 ), and Vertigo ( 1958 ) were owned by the director himself.
Most trilogies are works of fiction involving the same characters or setting, such as The Deptford Trilogy of novels by Robertson Davies or The Godfather films of Francis Ford Coppola, " " The Shiva Trilogy " by Amish Tripathi.
Most films made after the Vietnam War delved more deeply into the horrors of war than films made before it ( This is not to say that there were no such films before the Vietnam War ).