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Trumbo's and 1939
In 2008, McKenzie earned critical acclaim for his solo performance in the " live on stage, on film " version of Dalton Trumbo's 1939 novel Johnny Got His Gun, his first starring role in a feature film.

Trumbo's and anti-war
The music video of the song featured clips from Dalton Trumbo's anti-war film Johnny Got His Gun ( 1971 ).

Trumbo's and novel
The first issue was assembled under the editorship of " Joe Bonham ," a pseudonym taken from the quadriplegic hero of Dalton Trumbo's pacifist novel Johnny Got His Gun.

Trumbo's and Johnny
Bottoms made his film debut in 1971 as Joe Bonham in Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun.
Through the 1970s, David Rapkin, James Irsay and Charles Potter produced some of the finest American radio drama of the post " Golden Age ", some is still found in the Pacifica Archive, notable, an adaptation of Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun.

Trumbo's and won
Trumbo won two Academy Awards while blacklisted ; one was originally given to a front writer, and one was awarded to " Robert Rich ," Trumbo's pseudonym.

Trumbo's and one
David Ackroyd appears in the season one episode " Trumbo's World " as Mr. Trumbo, and in the season three episode " The Negotiator " as Mr. Knapp.

Trumbo's and .
It was not until 1992 that Trumbo's role was revealed.
Shortly thereafter, Kirk Douglas made public Trumbo's credit for the screenplay for Spartacus ( 1960 ), an event which has been cited as the beginning of the end of the blacklist.
One of Trumbo's last films, Executive Action ( 1973 ), was based on various conspiracy theories about the Kennedy assassination.
Trumbo's credit was reinstated when the film was released on DVD in 2003.
On December 19, 2011, full credit for Trumbo's work was restored.

1939 and anti-war
From 1935 to 1939, Bartosch worked on an anti-war film, St. Francis or Nightmare and Dreams.
The total number of titles he presented for publishing in 1939 is 45, including a play about Christina of Sweden ( Regele Cristina, " King Cristina ") and an anti-war cycle of poems.
His anti-war texts of 1939 replied to claims that a new armed conflict would usher in national " vitality ", and, during the September Campaign, expressed solidarity with Poland — Iorga's Polonophila was even noted by the Nazis, causing more frictions between Berlin and Bucharest.
After the Soviet Union signed the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact with Nazi Germany on August 24, 1939, the Communist Party of the United States-like other Communist parties around the world-took an anti-war line, declaring the Second World War to be " an imperialist war " and strongly opposing US involvement in it.
John R. Froines ( born 1939 ) is a chemist and anti-war activist.

1939 and novel
In 1950 it was combined with " War of Nerves " ( 1950 ), " Discord in Scarlet " ( 1939 ) and " M33 in Andromeda " ( 1943 ) to form the novel The Voyage of the Space Beagle ( 1950 ).
Furthermore, while Neuromancer < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s narrator may have had an unusual " voice " for science fiction, much older examples can be found: Gibson's narrative voice, for example, resembles that of an updated Raymond Chandler, as in his novel The Big Sleep ( 1939 ).
* In the timeline of Robert Heinlein's utopian novel For Us, the Living – written in 1939 but only published posthumously in 2003 – LaGuardia is elected President in 1951 and serves two terms as a militant reforming president, effectively nationalizing the banking system and instituting a system of Social Credit.
In 1939, Nagib Mahfuz wrote the novel Khufu's Wisdom, which leans on the stories of Papyrus Westcar ; In 1997, French author Guy Brachet composed the novel series Le roman des pyramides, including five volumes, of which the first two ( Le temple soleil and Rêve de pierre ) are picking out Khufu and his tomb as a theme.
The novel is the basis of the Academy Award – winning 1939 film starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.
The first novel that Heinlein wrote, For Us, The Living: A Comedy of Customs ( 1939 ), did not see print during his lifetime, but Robert James tracked down the manuscript and it was published in 2003.
Heinlein's first novel, For Us, The Living ( written 1939 ), consists largely of speeches advocating the Social Credit system, and the early story " Misfit " ( 1939 ) deals with an organization that seems to be Franklin D. Roosevelt's Civilian Conservation Corps translated into outer space.
Rural flight from the Great Plains has been depicted in literature, such as John Steinbeck's novel The Grapes of Wrath ( 1939 ), in which a family from the Great Plains migrates to California during the Dust Bowl period of the 1930s.
In 1939 he published in installments in two daily newspapers the popular novel Opętani, where he interlaced the form of the ' gothic novel ' with that of sensational modern romance.
In addition, Ten Little Niggers ( 1939 ) was the original British title of Agatha Christie's novel And Then There Were None, which has also been known by the alternate title Ten Little Indians.
The film Lady of the Tropics ( 1939 ), directed by Jack Conway, with Hedy Lamarr and Robert Taylor is said to be inspired by the novel.
Leone was also an avid fan of Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind and the 1939 film adaptation.
The Grapes of Wrath is an American realist novel written by John Steinbeck and published in 1939.
How Green Was My Valley is a 1939 novel by Richard Llewellyn, telling the story through narration of the main character, of his Welsh family and the mining community in which they live.
* Lest Darkness Fall ( 1939 )-an early alternate history novel that helped define the genre
The rhyme has also been used as a reference in more serious literary works, including as a recurring motif of the Fall of Man in James Joyce's 1939 novel Finnegans Wake.
* Rejected Guest ( 1939 ) novel
* Czech — Kožík, František: The Greatest of the Pierrots ( 1939 ; novel about J .- G. Deburau ).
Many of these draw more directly on the 1939 MGM Technicolor film version of the novel, a now-classic of popular culture shown annually on American television from 1959 to 1991, and shown several times a year every year beginning in 1999.
Although the latter has some similarities to Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, including starring Jean Arthur and being directed by Capra, its 1939 screenplay was actually based on an out-of-print novel, The Gentleman from Montana and was an entirely unique and unrelated project.

1939 and Johnny
* 1939Johnny Raper, Australian rugby league footballer
* Johnny Got His Gun, 1939
* 1880 – Johnny Gruelle, American cartoonist, children's book writer and creator of Raggedy Ann ( d. 1939 )
* 1939Johnny Maestro, American singer ( Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge ) ( d. 2010 )
* 2010 – Johnny Maestro, American singer ( Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge ) ( b. 1939 )
* 2011 – Johnny Preston, American pop singer ( b. 1939 )
In 1939 country artists began playing boogie-woogie when Johnny Barfield recorded " Boogie Woogie ".
Some of Lamour's other notable films include John Ford's The Hurricane ( 1937 ), Spawn of the North ( 1938 ; with George Raft, Henry Fonda, and John Barrymore ), Disputed Passage ( 1939 ), Johnny Apollo ( 1940 ; with Tyrone Power ), Aloma of the South Seas ( 1941 ), Beyond the Blue Horizon ( 1942 ), Dixie ( 1943 ; with Bing Crosby ),
The most popular 1930s standard, Johnny Green's " Body and Soul ", was introduced in Broadway and became a huge hit after Coleman Hawkins's 1939 recording.
* Three Days of the Condo – The commercial for " Gone With the Wind Estates " originally used the famous theme song from the 1939 film of the same name ; it was replaced, though it remained intact when Venus and Johnny sang it during the closing tag.
: 4 Johnny Mize ( 1939 – 1940, 1947 – 1948 )
: 4 Johnny Murphy ( 1938 – 1939, 1941 – 1942 )
In a 1939 interview, she expressed her interest in starring opposite Power in Johnny Apollo ( 1940 ).
* Johnny Metras – builder, 1980 ( St. Michael's College ( ORFU ) as player 1933 – 34 ; University of Western Ontario as assistant coach 1935 – 38, head coach 1939 – 69, and other roles ).
Wald produced and wrote many films between the 1930s and 1960s including Stars Over Broadway ( 1935 ), The Roaring Twenties ( 1939 ), On Your Toes ( 1939, in collaboration with playwright Lawrence Riley ), They Drive by Night ( 1940 ), Navy Blues ( 1941 ), Across the Pacific ( 1942 ), The Man Who Came to Dinner ( 1942 ), Destination Tokyo ( 1943 ), Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ), Johnny Belinda ( 1948 ), Key Largo ( 1948 ), Always Leave Them Laughing ( 1949 ), The Glass Menagerie ( 1950 ), Perfect Strangers ( 1950 ), Two Tickets to Broadway ( 1951 ), The Blue Veil ( 1951 ), Peyton Place ( 1957 ), An Affair to Remember ( 1957 ), In Love and War ( 1958 ), The Sound and the Fury ( 1959 ), Sons and Lovers ( 1960 ), Return to Peyton Place ( 1961 ) and Wild in the Country ( 1961 ).
Eddie James Kendrick was born in Union Springs, Alabama on December 17, 1939, the son of Johnny and Lee Bell Kendrick.
The special was based on the Johnny Marks song by the same name ; the song taken from the 1939 poem of the same title written by Marks ' brother-in-law, Robert L. May.
* Raggedy Ann in the Magic Book ( 1939 ) written by Johnny Gruelle, illustrated by Worth Gruelle
After his hands had healed, Hostak returned with a third-round knockout of Johnny Erjavec in Seattle, before facing Krieger in a rematch in Seattle on June 27, 1939.

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