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The production was directed by José Quintero, and its cast included Fredric March ( James Tyrone ), Florence Eldridge ( Mary Tyrone ), Jason Robards, Jr. (“ Jamie ” Tyrone ), Bradford Dillman ( Edmund ), and Katharine Ross ( Cathleen ).
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My lovely caller -- Joyce Holland was her name -- had previously done three filmed commercials for zing, and this evening, the fourth, a super production, had been filmed at the home of Louis Thor.
That spring Welcome To Our City was selected for production by the 47 Workshop and it was staged in the middle of May.
Both abolition of war and new techniques of production, particularly robot factories, greatly increase the world's wealth, a situation described in the following passage, which has the true utopian ring: `` Everything was so cheap that the necessities of life were free, provided as a public service by the community, as roads, water, street lighting and drainage had once been.
In 1952, the European Coal and Steel Community was launched, placing the coal and steel production of France, West Germany, Italy and Benelux under a supranational High Authority.
The reason was to speed up domestic production in the USSR, which Khrushchev promised upon grabbing power, and try to end the permanent recession in Russian living standards.
Beginning with the October 1959 issue of the Journal, the method of production of copy for photo-offset reproduction was changed from varityping to hot typesetting.
The new work was a boon to the partnership, not only for its own value but particularly for the stimulation it provided to the imagination of J. R. Brown toward yet further developments for production equipment.
In 1861, Mr. Brown's attention was called to yet another basic production problem -- the manufacture of twist drills.
set production ( excluding those destined for the export market ) also ran ahead in the early months, but was curtailed after the usual vacation shutdowns in the face of growing evidence that some of the early production plans had been overly optimistic.
In many cases the revolutionary production has offered no more than sensational effects: the first hearing was fascinating and the second disillusioning as the gap between sound and substance became clearer.
Like many others, he had to work hard, long hours in a struggling family business which, though it was allied to art of a kind -- the design and production of engraved seals -- bore no relation to the painting of pictures.
Of interest is a recent announcement by Du Pont's Polychemicals Dept. of a new methyl methacrylate monomer designated as Monocite H 100, which was developed specifically for production of cast acrylic sheets for the sign and lighting industry.
To free the factors of production was a major objective of the rising bourgeoisie, and this objective required that governmental authority -- administrative officials and judges -- be limited as precisely and explicitly as possible ; ;
The dated poems suggest that while Hardy's concern with poetry may have been constant, his production was not.
`` To be creative is to have the ability to cause to exist -- to produce where nothing was before -- to bring forth an original production of human intelligence or power ''.
World production of copra, the oil-bearing flesh of the coconut, was a little more than 3 million tons in 1959.
The production, designed by Simon Virsaladze, was completely traditional but traditional in the right way.
The book is by Jerome Weidman and George Abbott, music by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, choreography by Peter Gennaro, scenery, costumes and lighting by William and Jean Eckart, musical direction by Jack Elliott, and the production was directed by Mr. Abbott.
He thought the financing, the advertising, the production of new models, the founding of a nationwide chain of dealerships was simply too difficult.
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Louis Seigner, who formerly played the deluded benefactor opposite Ledoux, is the Tartuffe of the present production, which he himself directed.
He directed the films Zapata: The Dream of a Hero, Like Water for Chocolate ( adapted from the novel written by his ex-wife Laura Esquivel ), A Walk in the Clouds with Keanu Reeves and Anthony Quinn, and the Hallmark Hall of Fame production A Painted House, adapted from the John Grisham novel of the same name.
The libretto was performed in an original translation by Michael Feingold ; the production was directed by Alvin Epstein.
The Los Angeles Opera's February 2007 production directed by John Doyle and conducted by James Conlon included Audra McDonald as Jenny, Patti LuPone as Begbick, and Anthony Dean Griffey as Jimmy.
The production was directed by Trevor Nunn, with choreography by Lynne Page, sets and costumes by David Farley and new orchestrations by Jason Carr.
The production was directed by Stuart Maunder, designed by Roger Kirk, and conducted by Andrew Greene.
Designer Isaac Mizrahi directed and designed the production, with a cast that starred Amy Irving, Siân Phillips, and Ron Raines.
The production was directed by Randal K. West, with Justin Hill as musical director and Adam Cates as choreographer.
This French supported production with John Eliot Gardiner, conductor, and his Orchestra was directed by Jean Louis Martinoty.
Financial aid from the World Bank, the African Development Bank, and other sources is directed largely at the improvement of agriculture, especially livestock production.
He directed dozens of silent films, including Paramount Pictures ' first production, The Squaw Man ( 1914 ), which was co-directed by Oscar Apfel, before coming into huge popularity during the late 1910s and early 1920s, when he reached the apex of his popularity with such films as Don't Change Your Husband ( 1919 ), The Ten Commandments ( 1923 ), and The King of Kings ( 1927 ).
* An almost shot-for-shot remake of the 1939 production, Destry ( 1954 ), was also directed by George Marshall and stars Audie Murphy and Thomas Mitchell.
He next directed Apocalypse Now ( 1979 ), notorious for its overlong and strenuous production, but critically acclaimed for its vivid and stark depiction of the Vietnam War, winning the Palme d ' Or at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.
The Broadway production opened on April 4, 1971, directed by Harold Prince and Michael Bennett, and with choreography by Bennett.
The company also staged in 2011-12, Si seulement je pouvais avoir peur, a production directed by Julie Burnier of a text by Nicolas Yazgi inspired by the Brothers Grimm.
He directed Maggie Smith in Travels with My Aunt in 1972 and helmed the critical and commercial flop The Blue Bird, the first joint Soviet-American production, in 1976.
John Gielgud directed Richard Burton in a Broadway production at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in 1964 – 5, the longest-running Hamlet in the U. S. to date.
The 1975 movie Inserts directed by John Byrum about a pornographic film production, which starred Richard Dreyfuss and was originally released with an X rating, took its name from the double meaning that " insert " both refers to this film technique ( often used in pornographic filmmaking ) and to sexual intercourse.
This Is Spinal Tap and other mockumentary films of director Christopher Guest are created with a mix of scripted and unscripted material and Blue in the Face is a 1995 comedy directed by Wayne Wang and Paul Auster created in part by the improvisations filmed during the production of their movie Smoke.
In the 2006 season, Spacey suffered a major setback with a production of Arthur Miller's Resurrection Blues, directed by Robert Altman.
Orson Welles, in his first stage production, directed Jack Carter and Edna Thomas, with Canada Lee playing Banquo, in an all African American production.