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In 1975, he co-starred with Tim Conway and Don Knotts in the Disney movie The Apple Dumpling Gang, which was well received by the public.
Disco hit the television airwaves with Soul Train in 1971 hosted by Don Cornelius, then Marty Angelo's Disco Step-by-Step Television Show in 1975, Steve Marcus ' Disco Magic / Disco 77, Eddie Rivera's Soap Factory and Merv Griffin's Dance Fever, hosted by Deney Terrio, who is credited with teaching actor John Travolta to dance for his upcoming role in the hit movie Saturday Night Fever.
He bought the property in 1975 using proceeds from the first movie in the Godfather trilogy.
The movie was shown in cinemas every day of the week for 28 years, from 1975 until 2003 — mainly in Norway, Moscow and Tokyo.
It is located in a binary star system ( Gridlock ) within the constellation of Kasterborous ( Pyramids of Mars, Attack of the Cybermen and Voyage of the Damned ), at " galactic coordinates ten-zero-eleven-zero-zero by zero-two from galactic zero centre " ( Pyramids of Mars ( 1975 ), Full Circle ( 1980 ) and partially in " The Family of Blood " ( 2007 )), which is some 250 million light years away from Earth ( as stated in the 1996 Doctor Who television movie ).
Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes ( 1977 ) and Tobe Hooper's The Texas Chain Saw Massacre ( 1974 ) recalled the Vietnam war ; George A. Romero satirized the consumer society in his zombie sequel, Dawn of the Dead ( 1978 ); Canadian director David Cronenberg featured the " mad scientist " movie sub-genre by exploring contemporary fears about technology and society, and reinventing " body horror ", starting with Shivers ( 1975 ).
Their children, James Haven ( born 1973 ) and Angelina Jolie ( born 1975 ), would go on to enter the film business, Haven as an actor and producer, and Jolie as a movie star in her own right.
In a bar about 1975, Moon asked comedian Graham Chapman and writer Bernard McKenna to do a " treatment " for a " mad movie ".
In 1975, CBS presented a made-for-television movie about obedience experiments: The Tenth Level with William Shatner as Stephen Hunter, a Milgram-like scientist.
* Huckleberry Finn ( 1975 film ), an ABC movie of the week with Ron Howard as Huck Finn
On the same Festival, but a few years earlier ( in 1975 ) his movie The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser won The Special Jury Prize ( also known as the ' Silver Palm ').
* September 30 – Bill Walsh, American movie producer and writer ( d. 1975 )
* November 26 – The 1975 cult classic movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show came out in America.
The movie found box-office favour abroad as well as at home, and within two years its star was invited to make his English-language debut in the British film The Wilby Conspiracy ( 1975 ).
In late 1975, Queen recorded and released A Night at the Opera, taking its name from the popular Marx Brothers movie.
In 1975 ABC produced the television movie The Legend of Valentino, with Franco Nero as Valentino.
In 1975, American director Gerard Damiano, well known for Deep Throat ( 1972 ) and The Devil in Miss Jones ( 1973 ) created the movie The Story of Joanna, highly influenced by the Story of O, by combining the motifs from one of the book's chapters and from Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit.
A Brazilian miniseries in 10 episodes with Claudia Cepeda was made in 1992 by director Eric Rochat, who was the producer of the original 1975 movie.
A damning portrayal of the procedure is found in Ken Kesey's 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and its 1975 movie adaptation.
Sellers stepped away from playing the character following this movie, only to return in The Return of the Pink Panther ( 1975 ) and the subsequent sequels.
* The Man Who Would Be King was adapted into a movie released in 1975, starring Sean Connery as Dravot and Michael Caine as Carnehan with Christopher Plummer as Kipling.
* Overtones of the 1975 film show in the 1999 movie Three Kings, especially in the ending ( the once-greedy Americans become philanthropists at the end, similar to Sean Connery's Dravot )
* Xanthus, the name of Aristotle Bolt's estate in the 1975 Disney movie Escape to Witch Mountain ( 1975 film )

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* Abduction ( 1975 film ), directed by Joseph Zito
In 1975, he directed six short films for the first season of NBC's Saturday Night Live:
* Bug ( 1975 film ), directed by Jeannot Szwarc
In spite of this, in 1975 Bliss granted an exclusive world license, for use with handicapped children, to the new Blissymbolics Communication Foundation directed by Shirley McNaughton ( later called Blissymbolics Communication International, BCI ).
In 1975, a new organization named Blissymbolics Communication Foundation directed by Shirley McNaughton led this effort.
He also appeared in a documentary of him, The Gentleman Tramp ( 1975 ), directed by Richard Patterson.
During 1975 – 1976, Mobutu directed the FAZ to intervene in the Angolan Civil War assisting the National Liberation Front of Angola ( FNLA )' s fight against the Marxist Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola ( MPLA ).
In the 1960s and 1970s, Giger directed a number of films, including Swiss Made ( 1968 ), Tagtraum ( 1973 ), Giger's Necronomicon ( 1975 ) and Giger's Alien ( 1979 ).
This niceness actually backfired for Reynolds: prior to accepting the lead in W. W. and the Dixie Dancekings ( 1975 ), directed by John G. Avildsen, Reynolds asked Lemmon, who Avildsen had directed in Save the Tiger ( 1973 ) for advice about Avildsen as a director.
* Nashville ( film ), 1975 American musical film directed by Robert Altman
Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (), commonly referred to as Salò, is a 1975 Italian drama film written and directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini, with uncredited writing contributions by Pupi Avati.
* Warrant ( 1975 film ), an Indian Hindi-language film directed by Pramod Chakravorty
Beckett directed the play for the Schiller-Theatre in 1975.
She appeared in the 1975 screen adaptation of the Hans Fallada novel, Every Man Dies Alone directed by Alfred Vohrer, released in English as Everyone Dies Alone in 1976 and for which she won an award for best actress at the International Film Festival in Carlsbad, then in Czechoslovakia.
* Four of the Apocalypse, 1975 Spaghetti Western film directed by Lucio Fulci and starring Fabio Testi
Her next film, At Long Last Love ( 1975 ), a musical again directed by Bogdanovich, also flopped.
He wrote the screenplays for most of the 37 feature films he directed, many of which are today considered classics: The Maltese Falcon ( 1941 ), The Treasure of the Sierra Madre ( 1948 ), Key Largo ( 1948 ), The Asphalt Jungle ( 1950 ), The African Queen ( 1951 ), Moulin Rouge ( 1952 ), The Misfits ( 1961 ), and The Man Who Would Be King ( 1975 ).
Mao directed Deng to write self-criticisms in November 1975, a move lauded by the Gang of Four.
* Todo modo ( 1975 ), directed by Elio Petri, in which the character of the president is evidently inspired by Aldo Moro.
Jonathan Miller has twice directed Michael Hordern in the title role for English television, the first for the BBC's Play of the Month in 1975 and the second for the BBC Television Shakespeare in 1982.
The major part of Algeria's armed forces are directed towards the country's western border with Morocco and Western Sahara, where Algeria backed a guerrilla war ( 1975 – 1991 ) against Moroccan control by the POLISARIO Front, a politico-military organization of Sahrawi Bedouin based in Algeria's Tindouf province.
Caine was busy with successes including Sleuth ( 1972 ) opposite Laurence Olivier, and The Man Who Would Be King ( 1975 ) co-starring Sean Connery and directed by John Huston ( which he has stated will be the film he wishes to be remembered for after his death ).
For example, the 1961 Russian adaptation Ukroshchenie stroptivoy directed by Sergei Kolosov ; the 1964 French adaptation La mégère apprivoisée, directed by Pierre Badel, which aired on RTF ; the 1971 Polish adaptation Poskromienie złośnicy, directed by Zygmunt Hübner, which aired on TVP1 ; the 1974 German adaptation Der Widerspenstigen Zähmung, directed by Otto Schenk, which aired on Das Erste ; the 1975 Dutch adaptation De getemde feeks, directed by Robert Lussac and Senne Rouffaer, which aired on KRO ; another Dutch production, from 1990, under the same name, directed by Berend Boudewijn and Dirk Tanghe, which also aired on KRO ; and the 1990 Polish adaptation Poskromienie złośnicy, directed by Michał Kwieciński, which aired on TVP1.

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