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The film was overwhelmingly lauded by critics when it finally appeared in 1979, and was selected at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival and won the Palme d ' Or, along with The Tin Drum, directed by Volker Schlöndorff.
The work of post-war Germany's leading novelists Heinrich Böll and Günter Grass provided source material for the adaptations The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum ( 1975 ) ( by Schlöndorff and Margarethe von Trotta ) and The Tin Drum ( 1979 ) ( by Schlöndorff alone ) respectively, the latter becoming the first German film to win the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
Danzig trams figure extensively in the early stages of Günter Grass's Die Blechtrommel ( The Tin Drum ).
Günter Grass's The Tin Drum ( 1959 ).
Dwarfism is depicted in many books, films, and TV series such as Willow, Austin Powers, Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift, The Wizard of Oz, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, A Son of the Circus, Little People Big World, The Little Couple, Harry Potter, A Song of Ice and Fire, Seinfeld, In Bruges, The Tin Drum by Günter Grass, Game of Thrones ( TV series ), and the film The Station Agent.
Schmeling's role as a paratrooper in WWII is mentioned in Gunter Grass's famous 1959 novel " The Tin Drum "
Skat features prominently in Günter Grass's novel The Tin Drum and leads a trail connecting the plot.
After leaving Hansa-Ariola, the band signed with Virgin Records who released their last studio albums, Gentlemen Take Polaroids ( 1980 ) and Tin Drum ( 1981 ).
Three of the singles from the Tin Drum album also peaked in the UK Top 40, with its unconventional single " Ghosts " reaching No. 5, becoming Japan's biggest domestic hit.
In 2011, thirty years after its release, Tin Drum was awarded BBC Radio 6 Music's ' Goldie ' award posthumously for the best album of 1981.
With personality conflicts leading to rising tensions within the band, Tin Drum was to be the band's final studio album.
* Günter Grass-The Tin Drum
The work of post-war Germany's leading novelists Heinrich Böll and Günter Grass provided source material for the adaptations The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum ( 1975 ) ( by Schlöndorff and Margarethe von Trotta ) and The Tin Drum ( 1979 ) ( by Schlöndorff alone ) respectively, the latter becoming the first German film to win the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
The grim realities of modern combat, and the nature of mechanized society insured that the anti-war viewpoint found presentation in Catch-22, Slaughterhouse-Five and The Tin Drum.
* Tin Drum ( 1981 )
Grass wrote the following passage, somewhat metaphorically, in his famous novel The Tin Drum:
He won an Oscar as well as the Palme d ' or at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival for The Tin Drum ( 1979 ), the film version of the novel by Nobel Prize-winning author Günter Grass.
Schlöndorff's next film was the most successful and ambitious of his career, and perhaps the most important film of post-war Germany: The Tin Drum, released in 1979.
The Tin Drum stars David Bennent as the protagonist Oscar Matzerath, who, after receiving a tin drum on his third birthday, makes the conscious choice to stop growing and remain a three-year-old for the rest of his life.
Schlöndorff had been a great admirer of Wilder for many years and sought his advice during the making of The Tin Drum
Schlöndorff returned to Germany in 1996 to make The Ogre, his most well regarded feature film since The Tin Drum.
Based on a novel by Michel Tournier and starring John Malkovich as the titular Abel Tiffauges, the film revisited many of the themes and time period of The Tin Drum.
On the audio commentary for The Tin Drum, Schlöndorff said that he had wanted to film a sequel to The Tin Drum, as the film was based only on the first two thirds of the novel.

Tin and album
The band's album debut, Tin Machine ( 1989 ), was initially popular, though its politicised lyrics did not find universal approval: Bowie described one song as " a simplistic, naive, radical, laying-it-down about the emergence of neo-Nazis "; in the view of biographer Christopher Sandford, " It took nerve to denounce drugs, fascism and TV [...] in terms that reached the literary level of a comic book.
Tin Machine began work on a second album, but Bowie put the venture on hold and made a return to solo work.
Tin Machine resumed work the same month, but their audience and critics, ultimately left disappointed by the first album, showed little interest in a second.
Tin Machine toured again, but after the live album Tin Machine Live: Oy Vey, Baby failed commercially, the band drifted apart, and Bowie, though he continued to collaborate with Gabrels, resumed his solo career.
The first subscription only EP, Hypnotists in Paris, was recorded with the Section Quartet and a Christmas collection Cold Dark Night, Magic for Everyone, Old Tin Pan, and Days of the One Night Stands followed, with the full length album Cameras in the Sky being released in early 2010.
On August 3, 2010 the group released their first album of new material in 4 years, entitled Tin Can Trust, through Shout!
With memorable hit songs such as " Itchycoo Park ", " Lazy Sunday ", " All or Nothing ", " Tin Soldier ", and their concept album Ogdens ' Nut Gone Flake, they later evolved into one of the UK's most successful psychedelic acts before disbanding in 1969.
The Immediate " Small Faces " album was eventually released in the US as " There Are But Four Small Faces ", with a considerable track change, including singles " Here Comes The Nice ", " Itchycoo Park ", and " Tin Soldier ", but eliminating several UK album tracks. The next single " Lazy Sunday ", released in 1968, was an East End music-hall style song released by Immediate against the band's wishes.
In 1973, the Bee Gees ' 11th album Life in a Tin Can was released, Barry sang the lead on the album's lead single " Saw a New Morning ".
The album, featuring Jourgensen's electric guitar work on several tracks, drew mixed reviews, although the singles " Tin Omen " and " Worlock ", the latter of which paired a riff sampled from The Beatles ' " Helter Skelter " with a clip of Charles Manson singing the song, became enduring favorites among many fans.
* Foreign Legion ( Tin Hat album ), an album by Tin Hat
In 1999, Page collaborated with production duo Tin Tin Out on the album Eleven To Fly co-writing and providing lead vocals on the majority of the tracks.
British rock band Alien Stash Tin included a short novelty song called " Bingo The Magic Pixie " as a bonus track on their 2007 debut album.
The 1992 album Ridin ' High was a tribute to the Tin Pan Alley era.
In 1989 Bowie created the rock group Tin Machine, who released a self-titled album with EMI.

Tin and itself
Tin bronze was superior to arsenic bronze in that the alloying process itself could more easily be controlled ( as tin was available as a metal ) and the alloy was stronger and easier to cast.
Tin was much less common than lead and is only marginally harder, and had even less impact by itself.
At that time, the company primarily developed computer animation hardware, but had made a name for itself by producing such acclaimed CGI short films as Tin Toy, which won an Oscar.
He suggested Tin Lizzie, the name of a robot character from the comic, itself named for the common nickname for the iconic Ford Model T car.
In the first episode of the fifth year, the concert party is itself posted up the jungle, and the show is then set in Tin Min, Burma, just behind the front lines.
The Tin Woodman of Oz provides backstory for Oz itself ; it was not always a fairyland, and became one by being enchanted by the Fairy Queen Lurline, who left a fairy behind to rule it.
However, the station itself is a short distance from the actual rural towns of Kam Tin or Pat Heung.

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