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The commercial and critical success of this film opened up Western film markets for the first time to the products of the Japanese film industry, which in turn led to international recognition for other Japanese filmmakers.
The film's open portrayal of sexuality and frequent rude humor, as well as the politically and socially relevant asides, made the film an international hit and a major success with critics.
Lerner and Loewe's run of success continued with their next project, a film adaptation of stories from Colette, the Academy Award winning film musical Gigi, starring Leslie Caron, Louis Jourdan and Maurice Chevalier.
The film was produced as part of a production deal with Universal Studios after the financial success of Darkman.
The film was a commercial success, but was highly controversial owing to its portrayal of African American men ( played by white actors in blackface ) as unintelligent and sexually aggressive towards white women, and the portrayal of the Ku Klux Klan ( whose original founding is dramatized ) as a heroic force.
The film, about an immoral teenager in a respectable small-town setting, was an international success.
It repeated this success in the Australian charts and was also featured in the film, Letter to Brezhnev.
Following the success of The Buddy Holly Story in 1978, Haley expressed interest in having his life story committed to film, but this never came to fruition.
Its success ( coupled with some theatrical releases of the film in Europe ) convinced CBS to turn it into a weekly series, which began airing in the Spring of 1978.
Chaplin decided not to release the film in the United States, which also meant that it was financially much less successful than his earlier films, despite moderate commercial success in Europe.
In American film, the most prominent comic actors of the silent era were Charlie Chaplin ( although born in England, his success was principally in the U. S .), Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd.
By the middle of the decade, some of the 1950s generation of American comedians, such as Jerry Lewis, went into decline, while Peter Sellers found success with international audiences in his first American film The Pink Panther.
Following his success on Broadway and on film with The Odd Couple playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon would also be prominent in the 1970s, with films like The Sunshine Boys and California Suite.
One of the major developments of the 1990s was the re-emergence of the romantic comedy film, encouraged by the success of When Harry Met Sally ... in 1989.
A film can be both a major studio release and a cult film, particularly if despite its affiliation with a major studio, it failed to achieve broad success on either the theatrical or home video markets but was championed by a small number of dedicated film fanatics who seek out lesser-known offerings.
An example may be Paul Verhoeven's big budgeted, highly sexualized Showgirls ( 1995 ), initially intended to be a drama film about the rise of a Las Vegas stripper, that flopped both critically and commercially when released theatrically ; afterward, it enjoyed success on the home video market, generating more than $ 100 million from video rentals.
These were followed by another mainstream success as the vampire-next-door in the teen horror film Fright Night ( 1985 ).
" Budgeted at US $ 32 million, the film became a moderate financial success at a worldwide box office total of US $ 40 million.
The film was not a financial success but was praised by critics.
The film garnered critical and commercial success, becoming Day's biggest hit so far.

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If you are not well acquainted with the area in which you wish to locate, or if you are not sure that you and your family will like and make a success of farming, usually you would do better to rent a place for a year or two before you buy.
These qualities alone, however, would not account for their success, and it took me a while to discover the crowning virtue that completes this company's collective personality.
From the start, it was clear that bipartisan support would be essential to success in the war effort, and any manner of compromise alienated factions on both sides of the aisle, such as the appointment of Republicans and Democrats to command positions in the Union Army.
When Grant's spring campaigns turned into bloody stalemates and Union casualties mounted, the lack of military success wore heavily on the President's re-election prospects, and many Republicans across the country feared that Lincoln would be defeated.
Subsequently other topics would be explored in films such as Omar Guetlato of Merzak Allouache ; this production, which has been a significant success, is a chronicle of the difficulties that can meet the urban youth.
His Elo rating shot from 2540 in 1971 to 2660 in 1973, when he shared second in the USSR Chess Championship, and finished equal first with Viktor Korchnoi in the Leningrad Interzonal Tournament, with the latter success qualifying him for the 1974 Candidates Matches, which would determine the challenger of the reigning world champion, Bobby Fischer.
His employment by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company would be vital to his later success.
This strategy was a success, and Knox and Reed were able to fend off all lawsuits that would have placed blame upon the club's members.
The modest success of this opera would launch Salieri's 34 year operatic career as a composer of over 35 original dramas.
Of his Italian works one, La scuola de ' gelosi ( The School for Jealousy ), a witty study of amorous intrigue and emotion, would prove a popular and lasting international success.
In 1783 the Italian opera company was revived with singers partly chosen and vetted by Salieri during his Italian tour, the new season would open with a slightly re-worked version of Salieri's recent success La scuola de ' gelosi.
Gluck feared that the Parisian critics would denounce the opera by a young composer known mostly for comic pieces and so the opera was originally billed in the press as being a new work by Gluck with some assistance from Antonio Salieri, then shortly before the premiere of the opera the Parisian press reported that the work was to be partly by Gluck and partly by Salieri, and finally after popular and critical success were won on stage the opera was acknowledged in a letter to the public by Gluck as being wholly by the young Antonio.
Da Ponte would write his first opera libretto for Salieri, Il ricco d ' un giorno ( A Rich Man for a Day ) in 1784, it was not a success.
His Italian adaptation of Tarare, Axur would prove to be his greatest international success.
Hunt, who felt a regional rivalry would be critical for the success of the new league, convinced Adams to join and found his team in Houston.
They justified this relatively low ranking ( though higher than every other Atari console save the 2600 ) with the summary statement: " Its delayed release, its cancelled peripherals, and a lack of financial backing from the company's new owners all combined to ensure that Atari 7800 would never see any success beyond being a sexier way of playing Atari 2600 titles.
With Prince Eugene's subsequent success at the Battle of Turin in northern Italy, the Allies had imposed the greatest loss of territory and resources that Louis XIV would suffer during the war.
Although he was aware that the Bastarnae were hardly likely to achieve the same success as Hannibal some 40 years earlier, and would most likely end up cut to pieces by the Romans, Philip hoped that the Romans would be distracted long enough to allow him to reoccupy his former possessions in Greece.
Later, however, the British would have spectacular success defeating the Italians and Germans at the Battle of El Alamein in North Africa, and in the D-Day invasion of Normandy with the help of American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand forces.
He was also hesitant to change the formula that had brought him such success, and feared that giving the Tramp a voice would limit his international appeal.
Built to tolerances achievable in the 19th century, the success of the finished engine indicated that Babbage's machine would have worked.
In 1934, Dwane Wallace, with the help of his brother Dwight, took control of the company and began the process of building it into what would become a global success.
Indians general manager John Hart made a number of moves that would finally bring success to the team.

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