Help


[permalink] [id link]
+
Page "Alan Shearer" ¶ 16
from Wikipedia
Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

Some Related Sentences

Shearer and made
Shearer made his film debut in the 1953 film Abbott and Costello Go to Mars, in which he only had a small part.
Shearer and his parents made the decision not to accept the role in the series if it was picked up by a television network.
Crawford was made up and used as a double for Shearer and her face is briefly seen.
A native of Newcastle upon Tyne, Shearer made his professional debut with English top-flight club Southampton in 1988, scoring a hat-trick in the process.
Despite this auspicious start to his career, Shearer was only eased into the first team gradually and made just ten goalless appearances for the club the following season.
In his four years in the Southampton first team, Shearer made a total of 158 appearances in all competitions, scoring 43 goals.
Early in 1923, after a successful meeting, Roach made Shearer an offer on behalf of Louis B. Mayer Pictures, run by mogul Louis B. Mayer.
By 1927, Shearer had made a total of thirteen silent films for MGM.
With increasing interest in the war in Europe, the film performed well at the box office, but Shearer made errors in judgment, passing up roles in the highly successful films Now, Voyager and Mrs. Miniver, in order to star in We Were Dancing and Her Cardboard Lover ( 1942 ), which both failed at the box office.
According to R. R. Shearer, the generation of natural looking surfaces and landscapes was a major turning point in art history, where the distinction between geometric, computer generated images and natural, man made art became blurred.
) Gable made such an impression in the role of a gangster who pushes Shearer around that he was catapulted from supporting player to leading man, a position he held for the rest of his career.
With the coming of sound, Gilbert's vocal talents made a good first impression in the all-star musical comedy The Hollywood Revue of 1929, appearing in a Technicolor sequence with Norma Shearer.
Shearer later recalled that " that smile made it the most fascinating face I had seen in years.
In the new Premier League in 1993, Blackburn finished fourth thanks to a side made up of mostly new players like £ 3. 3 million record signing striker Alan Shearer, who scored 16 league goals before a serious injury sustained just before the turn of the new year ruled him out for the rest of the season.
On 26 June, the 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines, under command of Major Maurice E. Shearer, supported by two companies of the 4th Machine Gun Battalion and the 15th Company of the 6th Machine Gun Battalion, made an attack on Belleau Wood, which finally cleared that forest of the enemy.
Ernst Lubitsch made a silent film also based on Förster's work, titled The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg, starring Ramón Novarro and Norma Shearer.
* 2 February 2006 — Graeme Souness is sacked as manager of Newcastle United, and Glenn Roeder was made caretaker manager with Alan Shearer his assistant manager.
He made 268 films, both sound and silent, and played opposite such stars as Norma Shearer, Constance Bennett, Ann Sothern, and Jean Arthur.
This new cast included Soap star Billy Crystal ; Martin Short, who had made a name for himself as Ed Grimley ( a character he would bring to SNL that year ) on Canada's SCTV ; Christopher Guest and Harry Shearer ( who was also a cast member in 1979 ) from The Credibility Gap and This Is Spinal Tap ; Pamela Stephenson from Not the Nine O ' Clock News & Superman III ; and Rich Hall from HBO's Not Necessarily the News.
Alex Ferguson then made unsuccessful bids for strikers David Hirst and Alan Shearer, sparking speculation that either McClair or Mark Hughes would be forced out of the first team by the new signings, but in the end the new striker signed was Dion Dublin, who was bought as backup for McClair and Hughes.
Shearer said he still believed Jones had followed proper processes, but the differing statements made inside and outside of court, and the questions raised publicly had prompted him to refer it to an independent agency.
Guest, McKean and Shearer made a cameo appearance as the Folksmen in the 1992 film The Return of Spinal Tap, which documented the latter group's real-life reunion concert at Royal Albert Hall in London.
Shearer made a confused face, then a shocked one, pantomiming his reaction to the film's handling of comedic and tragic elements.
In the closing month of the season Shearer was being picked ahead of Mackenzie but ( due to an agreement made prior to his loan signing ) was not allowed to play against his parent-club Bristol Rovers in the League Two play-off final.

Shearer and league
Although the club could not retain the title the following year, Shearer again ended the ( now 38-game ) season as Premier League top scorer, with 31 goals in 35 games, as Blackburn finished seventh in the league.
On 30 July 1996, for a world transfer record-breaking £ 15 million Shearer joined his hometown club and league runners-up Newcastle United, managed by his hero Kevin Keegan.
Perhaps his best performance of the season came on 2 February 1997 when Newcastle went into the final 15 minutes of the game 3 – 1 down at home to Leicester City in the league, only for Shearer to win them the game 4 – 3 by scoring a late hat-trick.
* Dale Shearer, rugby league player who represented Queensland and Australia at rugby league
In 1995, Blackburn became league champions, having spent millions of pounds on players like Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton.
He broke the record he shared with Mark Stein, Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry, by scoring in eight consecutive league games.
In his first season at Ewood Park he developed a strong partnership ( known as ' SAS ') with Alan Shearer ( who scored 34 times that season ) and scored fifteen Premier League goals to help secure the club's first league title since 1914.
In the 1997-98 season Barnes played up front mostly, deputising for Alan Shearer after Shearer was injured for most of the season, and Barnes ended up Newcastle's top league scorer with six goals, which highlighted the Magpie's lack of ability to score in the absence of Shearer and Ferdinand ( who had been sold along with Beardsley ).
* Dale Shearer — Former professional Rugby league
He played 395 games for Newcastle, and is the club's second highest league and cup goalscorer with 200 goals ; six goals behind Alan Shearer.
Shearer was sacked just one day after a home defeat to Cove Rangers which all but ended Thistle's hopes of winning the league championship.
He played alongside Alan Shearer and Matthew Le Tissier – two of the country's highest regarded strikers in the early 1990s – and scored nine goals in 30 league games to ensure that the team finished high enough for a place in the newly-formed FA Premier League.
His good form continued in the 1992 – 93 season, despite the loss of Shearer, as he scored 11 league goals.
* Dale Shearer ( born 1965 ), Australian rugby league player
Sixteen days later, Berbatov tied a league record by scoring five goals in a game during a 7 – 1 home victory over Blackburn Rovers ; he was the first non-Englishman to net five in a Premier League match, and joined Andrew Cole, Alan Shearer and Jermain Defoe as the only players overall to do so.
However, his top-flight league goals tally was surprassed by Andy Cole of Newcastle United in 1993-94 and a year later by Alan Shearer at Blackburn Rovers.
* Dale Shearer ( born 1965 ), Australian rugby league footballer
An injury to Dale Shearer and the difficulties for Garrick Morgan to adapt to rugby league saw the Crushers fail to utilise much of its attacking potential.

0.213 seconds.