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The role of Annie Hall was written specifically for Keaton, who had worked with Allen on Play it Again, Sam, Sleeper and Love and Death.
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Blanche Hunt ( Maggie Jones ) embodied the role of the acid-tongued busybody originally held by Ena Sharples, Sally Webster ( Sally Dynevor ) has grown snobbish, like Annie Walker, and a number of the programme's female characters mirror the vulnerability of Elsie Tanner and Bet Lynch.
Kane is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Simka Dahblitz-Gravas, wife of Latka Gravas ( Andy Kaufman ), on the American television series Taxi, from 1981 to 1983, and also for her role as Allison Portchnik in Woody Allen's Annie Hall.
It was remade as Pocketful of Miracles in 1961, with Bette Davis in the Apple Annie role ( fused with the old woman from Runyon's short story " The Brain Goes Home "); Frank Sinatra recorded the upbeat title song ( his rendition is not used in the film ).
In 1915, schooner Annie Larsen, infamous for her role in the Hindu-German Conspiracy, was stranded at Malden Island.
Curry first became well known with his breakthrough role as Dr. Frank-N-Furter in the 1975 cult film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, reprising the role he played in the 1973 London and 1974 Los Angeles stage productions of The Rocky Horror Show, then later for his supporting roles as Rooster in the film adaption of Annie ( 1982 ), Lord of Darkness in the film Legend ( 1985 ), Wadsworth in the film Clue ( 1985 ) as well as a starring role as Pennywise the Clown in the horror TV miniseries It ( 1990 ), which is one of Curry's most acclaimed performances aside from Rocky Horror.
* United States: 26 November 1873, Academy of Music in New York City, with Ostava Torriani in the title role, Annie Louise Cary as Amneris, Italo Campanini as Radamès, Victor Maurel as Amonasro, and Evasio Scolara as the King
Heckart was familiar to television audiences with starring roles in The Five Mrs. Buchanans, Annie McGuire, Out of the Blue, Trauma Center, Partners in Crime, Backstairs at the White House ( Emmy nomination as Eleanor Roosevelt ), and guest spots on The Fugitive, The Mary Tyler Moore Show ( two Emmy nominations as journalist Flo Meredith, a role she carried over to a guest appearance on MTM's spinoff Lou Grant ), Rhoda, Alice, Murder One, Hawaii Five-O, Gunsmoke, Cybill, The Cosby Show, and many other shows.
He later won the Annie Award for Voice Acting in an Animated Feature for Kung Fu Panda and has continued into the role in the franchise's subsequent filmed productions outside of the franchise's television series.
In April 1985, Binoche followed this with another supporting role in Bob Decout's Adieu Blaireau, a policier thriller starring Philippe Léotard and Annie Girardot.
One week before filming began, Capra offered the role of Apple Annie to 75-year-old May Robson, most of whose career had been spent performing on stage.
Weaver's first role was in Woody Allen's 1977 comedy Annie Hall playing a minor role opposite Allen.
Witherspoon played the supporting role of Annie, the best friend of Penelope, a girl who has a curse in her family.
She entered mainstream show business in an uncredited role as one of the orphan girls in the 1982 motion picture Annie.
Laurie appeared in the music videos for the 1986 single " Experiment IV " by Kate Bush, and the 1992 single " Walking on Broken Glass " by Annie Lennox, in full Georgian-period costume, a toned-down version of his Prince George character from Blackadder the Third, opposite John Malkovich, similarly reprising his role of the Vicomte Valmont from Dangerous Liaisons.
After Barbara had left home Annie stood for elections, and served as a Labour councillor, a role which she kept quite secret from even her close family.
Among his most memorable roles were three that he played in 1950: a singing one as Buffalo Bill in the film version of Annie Get Your Gun, the double-crossing lawyer and sugar-daddy to Marilyn Monroe in John Huston's The Asphalt Jungle, and his Oscar-nominated role as Oliver Wendell Holmes in The Magnificent Yankee ( re-creating his stage role ), as well as his portrayal of the title role in Joseph L. Mankiewicz's film Julius Caesar in 1953 ( adapted from Shakespeare's play ).
She is best known on her role as Sandy Jameson in the television series 7th Heaven, and as Annie Nelson in the made for television films Love Takes Wing and its sequel Love Finds a Home.
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Thanks to her father's important role on the estate, she was allowed access to the library of Arbury Hall, which greatly aided her self-education and breadth of learning.
On these trips, he sought to engage with Canadians through various ceremonies and events ; he was keenly interested in his role as Chief Scout of Canada, and, in preparation for his kicking of the opening ball in the 1946 Grey Cup final, practised frequently on the grounds of the royal and viceroyal residence, Rideau Hall.
From 1933-1947 Hollywood produced three talking films: Fighting with Kit Carson, a serial ( 1933 ), revised as a single movie: The Return of Kit Carson ( 1947 ); Overland with Kit Carson ( 1939 ); and Kit Carson ( 1940 ), starring Jon Hall in the title role.
Concerning labour market regulation in the EU, Gold ( 1993 ) and Hall ( 1994 ) have identified three distinct systems of labour market regulation, which also influence the role that unions play:
The group, together with the political clubs such as Tammany Hall that were developing at the same time, played a major role in the development of the " spoils system ", a recognized procedure in national, state and local affairs.
In 1989, Waits appeared in his final theatrical stage role to date, appearing as Curly in Thomas Babe's Demon Wine, alongside Bill Pullman, Philip Baker Hall, Carol Kane, and Bud Cort.
In the 1990s, she starred in the highly rated presentation of the 1991 Hallmark Hall of Fame drama Sarah, Plain and Tall ( and its two sequels ) and also in the made-for-TV movie Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story ( 1995 ); for the latter role Close won her first Emmy.
He also played a main character, Jake Spoon, in the acclaimed television miniseries Lonesome Dove, a role for which he received many positive reviews, as well as the lead in a 1996 Hallmark Hall of Fame production of Captains Courageous.
He became a member of the Royal Institution and later, replaced Dr. John Hall Gladstone in the role of Fullerian Professor of Chemistry in 1877.
In 1959 she appeared at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre under the direction of Peter Hall as Helena in A Midsummer's Night Dream opposite Charles Laughton as Bottom and Coriolanus opposite Laurence Olivier ( in the title role ), Albert Finney and Edith Evans.
Although Frank Capra cast Raymond Massey in the 1944 film, which was shot in 1941, while Karloff was still appearing in the role on Broadway, Karloff reprised the role on television with Tony Randall and Tom Bosley in a 1962 production on the Hallmark Hall of Fame.
Another legendary Richard was Maurice Evans, who first played the role at the Old Vic in 1934 and then created a sensation in his 1937 Broadway performance, revived it in New York in 1940 and then immortalised it on television for the Hallmark Hall of Fame in 1954.
The Canadian Grenadier Guards is one of the longest serving units in the Canadian reserve, it still continues today, both in its reserve role and as a Ceremonial Guard at Rideau Hall among other places of symbolic importance.
" Peter Hall spoke of Barker's skills as a dramatic actor, calling him " the great actor we lost " and lamented that Barker was unable to take a role in one of his Shakespearean productions.
A rally of protesters, estimated between 100, 000 and 200, 000 people, met in front of Belfast City Hall after a campaign dubbed after its slogan " Ulster Says No " to protest the Anglo-Irish Agreement, which gave the Republic of Ireland a consultive role in the affairs of Northern Ireland.
The Royal Opera presented A Midsummer Night ’ s Dream in the first season, and on 16 June 1973, the first performance of Britten ’ s final opera, Death in Venice, was given at the Concert Hall, with Pears in the role of Aschenbach.
Shaffer has served as musical director and producer for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony since its inception in 1986 and filled the same role for the 1996 Olympic Games closing ceremonies from Atlanta, Georgia.
Bernard Shaw, in his role as a music critic, commented, " The stale wonderment which the great chorus never fails to elicit has already been exhausted "; he later wrote, " Why, instead of wasting huge sums on the multitudinous dullness of a Handel Festival does not somebody set up a thoroughly rehearsed and exhaustively studied performance of the Messiah in St James's Hall with a chorus of twenty capable artists?
The Cloth Hall today is home to In Flanders Fields Museum, dedicated to Ypres's role in the First World War.
Robertson's early television appearances include a starring role in the live space opera Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers ( 1953 – 1954 ), as well as recurring roles on Hallmark Hall of Fame ( 1952 ), Alcoa Theatre ( 1959 ), and Playhouse 90 ( 1958, 1960 ), The Outlaws ( three episodes as Chad Burns ).
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For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
Bertha, blue-eyed like Mamma, was from the start her mother's daughter, destined for her mother's role in life.
It was here that the terror-stricken Dennis Moon played an unrehearsed role during the children's party.
Its climactic role was to pursue and demoralize a defeated enemy but this chance never came in the Atlanta campaign.
When McPherson pushed blindly through Snake Creek Gap in a potentially decisive movement, the only cavalry in his van was the Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry, totally inadequate for its role.
Or was he now taking the role -- the gesture and the suffering -- because it was the only way to affirm his history and identity in the torpid, befogged loneliness of this land.
They were stressed in the speeches of Si Mubarak Bekkai when the first Council of Ministers was formed and again when the Istiqlal took a leading role in the second Council.
With four younger children at home, Lucy stepped into her mother's role, and even after the brothers and sisters were grown, she was her father's comfort and stay until he died in 1879.
This was disclosed today by a responsible source amid intensified efforts by the Soviet Union to gain a greater role in the staff and operation of the United Nations.
However, while Apollo has a great number of appellations in Greek myth, only a few occur in Latin literature, chief among them Phoebus ( ; Φοίβος, Phoibos, literally " radiant "), which was very commonly used by both the Greeks and Romans in Apollo's role as the god of light.
He was also called Agyieus ( ; Ἀγυιεύς, Aguīeus, from ἄγυια, " street ") for his role in protecting roads and homes ; and as Nomius ( ; Νόμιος, Nomios, literally " pastoral ") and Nymphegetes ( ; Νυμφηγέτης, Numphēgetēs, from Νύμφη, " Nymph ", and ἡγέτης, " leader ") in his role as a protector of shepherds and pastoral life.
As such Anglicanism was, from the outset, a movement with an explicitly episcopal polity, a characteristic which has been vital in maintaining the unity of the Communion by conveying the episcopate's role in manifesting visible catholicity and ecumenism.
In the film, Thirteen at Dinner ( 1985 ), adapted from Lord Edgware Dies, the role of Japp was taken by the actor David Suchet, who would later star as Poirot in the ITV adaptations.
Due to his close proximity with Jacques Doriot's fascist Parti Populaire Français ( PPF ) during the 1930s and his role in implementing eugenics policies during Vichy France, he was accused after the Liberation of collaborationism, but died before the trial.
Throughout ancient and medieval history, most architectural design and construction was carried out by artisans, such as stone masons and carpenters, rising to the role of master builder.
Still more different from Bachofen's perspective is the lack of role permanency in Freud's view: Freud held that time and differing cultures would mold Athena to stand for what was necessary to them.