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She and disappears
She disappears into the woods, and Don Quixote and Sancho follow.
She does so by ascending on a flying tire until she reaches a structure resembling clouds, into which she disappears, although in the film version of Cats she ascends with Old Deuteronomy and then she walks up a giant metal hand to the Heaviside layer.
She in turn leaves the estate to her in her will which is found when she mysteriously disappears.
She disappears without mention at the start of the 3rd season.
She disappears for the final time in Green Mars.
She generally appears in front of " El Castillo ", ascends the stone stairs, and disappears into a stone wall.
She disappears from history a few years before her royal husband ’ s death.
She disappears into the reeds.
She does not speak the bear language, but advises him to return to the mountain to find Sitka and be turned back to normal, but only when he corrects what he had done ; she quickly disappears without an explanation.
The Veiled Lady: She is a mystical character, first introduced as a public curiosity, who suddenly disappears from the public's eye.
She disappears from the list of charter witnesses from around 983 to 993, when she reappears in a lower position.
She was decisively debunked during the late 16th century ( after a period in the 15th and 16th centuries in which she was popular ), and thereafter disappears from high art, although lingering well into the 20th century in more popular forms, especially in Bavaria and Austria, but also in northern France and Belgium.
She is the final character seen in the series when she mimes turning a switch at the side of the screen and the image disappears similar to an old television set.
She retorts she could earn just as much and disappears into their room.
She disappears and Chris Lecce ( Dreyfuss ) and Bill Reimers ( Estevez ) are called upon due to their excellent surveillance record, to stake out a lakeside home where she is believed to be.
She fires at it with a pistol, but it is unharmed and disappears.
She disappears and Sol decides to go forward in time to Rachel's future using the portal.
She teleports by glistening, a variant form of shimmering that leaves a glowing contour of her body for a moment before it disappears.
She approaches an giant, old, gnarled tree, and holds up the baby, which then disappears from her hands.
She is put inside a box that has swords stuck through it and she disappears, just as she is supposed to, but then she never reappears.
She attends ( and participates in ) the wedding, but disappears from the reception.
She runs towards him but he disappears.
She disappears to Atlantic City with her current boyfriend, Emerson ( Jeremy Renner ), whom she then abandons ; Emerson returns to their home and rapes Jeremiah.
She sings like a demon, equally comfortable belting rock, jazz, or blues ... Rudinoff is not the kind of actress who ' disappears ' into the roles she plays.

She and stage
She seemed so anxious to go on the stage that some of her friends in the cocktail circuit set up a practical joke.
She had held to the letter of her contract and didn't come onto the stage until well after 4 p.m., the appointed hour, although the Music at Newport people had tried to get the program underway at 3.
She made her professional debut on the New York stage, appearing in Beside Herself alongside Melissa Joan Hart, at the Circle Repertory Theatre.
She was the founder of Syracuse Oratory School, and Baum advertised his services in her catalog to teach theatre, including stage business, playwriting, directing, and translating ( French, German, and Italian ), revision, and operettas, though he was not employed to do so.
She quickly grasped that movie acting was simpler than the stylized stage acting of the day.
She also came from stage acting and had a girlish / whimsical charm to which audiences responded.
She helped Henry Fonda begin his acting career and fueled her son Marlon's interest in stage acting.
She returned to the London stage in May 2009 to play the lead role in Wallace Shawn's new play, Grasses of a Thousand Colours at the Royal Court Theatre.
She brought forth mankind by spontaneous generation, a view that, removed to the molecular stage, and stripped of its anthropomorphism, is the same as in today's biological chemistry.
She won the Best Actress Academy Award for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire ( 1951 ), a role she also played on stage in London's West End, as well as for her portrayal of the southern belle Scarlett O ' Hara, alongside Clark Gable, in the American Civil War drama Gone with the Wind.
She was a prolific stage performer, frequently in collaboration with her then-husband, Laurence Olivier, who directed her in several of her roles.
She and Olivier mounted a stage production of Romeo and Juliet for Broadway.
She funded the film, which was written by Adam Carl and based on a stage play he wrote in 2003.
She has spoken of being embarrassed about handing President Bill Clinton a silenced tambourine when he joined Fleetwood Mac on stage.
She was often the only functional intellect on the stage.
She scored her first professional gig, unaware that she would soon be center stage.
She continued her work in the theater and on television, although she lacked " vocal horsepower " and would likely not have had a lengthy stage career.
She was related to stage actresses Minnie Maddern Fiske and Emily Stevens.
She claimed that during her illness she rose from the lowest stage, " recollection ", to the " devotions of silence " or even to the " devotions of ecstasy ", which was one of perfect union with God.
She had previously won an Obie in 1982 for her role in the play on stage.
She later married Greek-born actor Aristides Damala ( known in France by the stage name Jacques Damala ) in London in 1882, but the marriage, which legally endured until Damala's death in 1889 at age 34, quickly collapsed, largely due to Damala's dependence on morphine.
She took on the stage name " Jane Seymour " after King Henry VIII's third wife.
She made her stage debut in 1961, playing Juliet in a Virginia Shakespeare Festival production of Romeo and Juliet.
She uses the stage name " Chea Courtney ".
During this period he found time to model for She magazine and also appear in a 1967 stage production of Treasure Island as Squire Trelawney, alongside Spike Milligan and Barry Humphries at the Mermaid Theatre in London.

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