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`` Now that Bruno Walter is virtually in retirement and my dear friend Dimitri Mitropoulos is no longer with us, I am probably the only one -- with the possible exception of Leonard Bernstein -- who has this special affinity for and champions the works of Bruckner and Mahler ''.
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Now and Walter
In Apocalypse Now, Martin Sheen plays Captain Benjamin L. Willard, a US Army officer charged with " terminating " the command of Colonel Walter E. Kurtz.
He finished out the decade of the 1970s with his controversial performance as Colonel Walter Kurtz in another Coppola film, Apocalypse Now ( 1979 ), a box office hit for which he was highly paid and that helped finance his career layoff during the 1980s.
" Similarly, Louie Kemp, in his article for Jewish Journal, wrote: " You might remember him as Don Vito Corleone, Stanley Kowalski or the eerie Col. Walter E. Kurtz in " Apocalypse Now ," but I remember Marlon Brando as a mensch and a personal friend of the Jewish people when they needed it most.
* Menand, Louis, " Seeing It Now: Walter Cronkite and the legend of CBS News ", The New Yorker, July 9, 2012
The book appears in the film Apocalypse Now, among those kept by the character, Colonel Walter E. Kurtz, played by Marlon Brando, along with The Golden Bough.
“ That Was Now and This is Then: Walter Lippmann and the Crisis of Journalism .” In Robert W. McChesney and Victor Pickard, editors, Will the Last Reporter Please Turn Out the Lights: The Collapse of Journalism and What can be Done to Fix it.
The title of Sound Designer was first granted to Walter Murch by Francis Ford Coppola in recognition for Murch's extraordinary contributions to the film Apocalypse Now.
Xander next finds himself in a reenactment of the Apocalypse Now scene between a captive Captain Benjamin Willard and Colonel Walter Kurtz, with Principal Snyder as Kurtz.
Several press stories have suggested that Poshepny was the model for Colonel Walter Kurtz in the film Apocalypse Now, but both Poshepny and director Francis Ford Coppola have denied the connection.
* Colonel Walter E. Kurtz, the main antagonist of the film Apocalypse Now, played by Marlon Brando, which is based on the Conrad story, but in a Vietnam War setting
Now that he is out of prison, Walter must learn to endure solitude, ostracism and the contempt of a community, while also learning to avoid any temptations and overcome his compulsions.
Now an adult, Gina is married to an American named Walter Hudd and has recently returned to Stonygates.
* Harry Castleman & Walter J. Podrazik, All Together Now: The First Complete Beatles Discography 1961 − 1975, Ballantine Books ( New York, NY, 1976 ; ISBN 0-345-25680-8-595 ).
Now devoted to such children's characters as Raggedy Ann and Andy, and such funny animal characters as the movie-based Felix the Cat, Oswald the Rabbit, and Woody Woodpecker, it lasted through issue # 288 ( April 1962 ), with its title changed to Walter Lantz New Funnies after 44 issues, beginning with issue # 109 ( March 1946 ).
Now and is
Now the detective must save his own skin by informing on the girl he loves, who is also the real murderer.
Now this concern for the freedom of other peoples is the intellectual and spiritual cement which has allied us with more than forty other nations in a common defense effort.
Now the basic question to be asked in this situation is what motivates the manipulators, that is, what are their values??
Now the park is filled with marble busts and all the streets in the immediate area have the full and proper names of the men who fell.
Now the Stone Harbor bird sanctuary, 31 acres of magic attraction for exotic herons, is threatened, but the battlefront extends far beyond our state.
Now, of course, that the Russians are the nuclear villains, radiation is a nastier word than it was in the mid, when the US was testing in the atmosphere.
Now good definition is one thing that all of us can acquire with occasional high-set, high-rep, light-weight workouts.
Now, the machine has been improved to a point where it is generally more economical than oil heat at temperatures down to 15 degrees.
Now Welch had a pet theory that everyone is guilty of breaking more laws than he ever gets caught at.
Now, you probably share the widespread Western belief that the Lord Buddha is the most compassionate of the gods, much more so than Jehovah and Allah and the rest.
Now the thing for us to do is to find ourselves a couple of those wonderful flowering currants such as the red Ribes sanguineum of our Pacific Northwest, or otherwise a good sloe tree, or perhaps some nice pussy willow in bloom, preferably one with male or staminate catkins.
Now and virtually
Now, with virtually every writer, not only was the European origin of public law acknowledged as a historical phenomenon, but the rules thus established by the advanced civilizations of Europe were to be imposed on others.
Now virtually forgotten in Britain and the United States, root chervil is still used in French cuisine, in soups or stews.
The ( Old ) Treasury ( Now Cabinet Office ) Whitehall by John Soane, built ( 1824-6 ) was virtually rebuilt by Barry ( 1844 – 47 ).
... Now a determined trend spotter can point to a handful of new films whose makers think that women can bear the dramatic weight of a production alone, or virtually so.
Now a 30-year-old widow from New York who, five years ago and in quick succession, lost her husband and her baby, she used to be " a rather fast New York girl " before her marriage but now is virtually unable to get over the great loss she has suffered.
Now, with the new frontage in place, the house was virtually turned around: the ' Clifton Maybank ' façade becoming the front entrance of the house, and the impressive former front elevation now overlooking a lawn surrounded by flower borders, rather than the original entrance courtyard.
Borzage's trademark was intense identification with the feelings of young lovers in the face of adversity, love in his films triumphing over such trials as World War I ( Seventh Heaven and A Farewell to Arms ( 1932 )), disability ( Lucky Star ), the Depression ( Man's Castle ( 1933 )), a thinly-disguised version of the Titanic disaster in History Is Made at Night ( 1937 ), and the rise of Nazism, a theme which Borzage had virtually to himself among Hollywood filmmakers from Little Man, What Now?
Now virtually destitute and discredited, Nefaria hires the supervillains the Living Laser, Power Man, and Whirlwind to form the second Lethal Legion.
Now the sea has eaten into Yaddehimulla area, where there is virtually no sandy beach anymore, as the beach area is housing unauthorized buildings put up by political henchmen of Government party politicians of the area.
Now that people no longer have brick ovens and do not bake bread at home, lángos is virtually always fried in oil.