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However, in the 1920s, the son, Clarence, repeated the story and published a book in the United States, My Uncle George V, in which he claimed he was born in London in September 1890, about nine months after Albert Victor's meeting with Mrs. Haddon.
* Gwydion Pendderwen, Anderson's Craft " foster son ", worked with him during the 1950s and ' 60s, helping to edit and publish Victor's book, Thorns of the Blood Rose.
The book prominently contains the conceit wherein Victor's life is being filmed by a camera crew " introduced a third of the way into the book ".
The question of Victor's responsibility to the creature — in some ways like that of a parent to a child — is one of the main themes of the book.
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Atkins also became manager of RCA Victor's Nashville studio, eventually inspiring and seeing the completion of the legendary RCA Studio B, the first studio built specifically for the purpose of recording on the now-famous Music Row.
The Meldrews ' neighbour on the other side, overly cheery charity worker Nick Swainey, also adds to Victor's frustration.
Jean Warboys ( Doreen Mantle ) – Mrs Warboys is a friend of Margaret ( and a rather annoying one in Victor's eyes ) who attached herself to the Meldrews, accompanying them on many of their exploits.
Victor's only existing literary work " Dialogues ," is on the miracles wrought by St. Benedict and other saints at Monte Cassino.
Benjamin Minor ( originally titled Book of the Twelve Patriarchs ) and Benjamin Major are Richard of Saint Victor's great works on contemplation.
* Eric Braeden as Victor Newman in " Victor's Christmas Carol " on The Young and the Restless, December 2010
Kellermann's heavy cavalry brigade and the 8th Dragoons took up a covering position on the left, smashing an attempt by GM Giovanni Pilatti's light dragoon brigade which attempted to cross the steep-sided Fontanone at its southern end to envelop Victor's flank.
Napoleon ordered Marshal Claude Victor-Perrin, duc de Belluno, to Montereau, but Victor's force was slow in marching on Montereau, this gave time for Württemberg to strengthen his hasty positions.
* May 1 – The music to John Alden Carpenter's ballet Skyscrapers is recorded by the Victor Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Nathaniel Shilkret ; in addition to be being issued as six sides on 78 rpm discs, the recording is made available as one Victor's early 33⅓ rpm LP releases.
Haddon was found guilty and the judge, believing Haddon to be suffering from delusions, did not jail him but bound him over for three years on the condition that he made no claim that he was Albert Victor's son.
Conspiracy theories surrounding Albert Victor's death — that he died of syphilis or poison, that he was pushed off a cliff on the instructions of Lord Randolph Churchill or that his death was faked to remove him from the line of succession — are fabrications.
Aronson's judgement was based on Albert Victor's " adoration of his elegant and possessive mother ; his ' want of manliness '; his ' shrinking from horseplay '; his ' sweet, gentle, quiet and charming ' nature ", as well as the Cleveland Street rumours and his opinion that there is " a certain amount of homosexuality in all men ".
In recent years, Andrew Cook has continued attempts to rehabilitate Albert Victor's reputation, arguing that his lack of academic progress was partly due to the incompetence of his tutor, Dalton ; that he was a warm and charming man ; that there is no tangible evidence that he was homosexual or bisexual ; that he held liberal views, particularly on Irish Home Rule ; and that his reputation has been diminished by biographers eager to improve the image of his brother, George.
It featured songs from Fox movies, first using material recorded and issued on Victor's Bluebird label and halfway through switched to material recorded and issued on ARC's dime store labels ( Melotone, Perfect, etc .).
Victor went on to record the New York Philharmonic Orchestra with Willem Mengelberg and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra with Rudolph Ganz from 1922, and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra under Alfred Hertz from 1925 ; Hertz's earliest discs, made at Victor's new Oakland studios ( opened in 1924 ), were the company's last acoustical orchestral sessions.
Victor's first commercial electrical recording was made at the company's Camden, New Jersey studios on February 26, 1925.
The screenplay was based in part on his experiences travelling through Europe ( which he also refers to in Victor's European trip in The Rules of Attraction ).
His film from within the film, Glitterati ( 2004 ), used elements of Victor's European trip and was shot on digital video.
Rachmaninoff, Stokowski, and the Philadelphia Orchestra made the first recording, on December 24, 1934, at RCA Victor's Trinity Church Studio in Camden, New Jersey.
As the Edison groove pitch ( or " TPI ", i. e. " threads per inch ") was 150, a much finer grooving than that on lateral discs, Edison's 10-inch discs played considerably longer than Victor's or Columbia's -- up to nearly five minutes per side.
Victor's only son William James Cavendish-Bentinck ( 1925 – 1966 ) predeceased him, childless, and on Portland's death in 1990 at the age of 93 the marquessate of Titchfield and the dukedom of Portland became extinct.
After Otto leaves, Adelaide and Victor, a medical doctor and a close family friend, arrive at the scene and offer to take Alexander and Little Man home on Victor's car.
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In 1790, John Philip Kemble staged his own production of the play at Drury Lane, maintaining many of Victor's alterations, and again at Covent Garden in 1808.
Several key events that transpired during the cruise and subsequent trek to Ernesto's island included: the performance of Ernesto's play " Fatal Passion ," in which Victor nearly murdered Roman / John ; Jack and Jennifer revealing that Isabella was really Victor's daughter, not Ernesto's, after an affair with Ernesto's wife ; Roman / John and Isabella realizing they are in love with each other ; Ernesto planting a bomb on board the Loretta ; everyone washing ashore on his island ; Jack and Jennifer, the show's " supercouple " at the time, making love for the first time ; Ernesto slowly poisoning Isabella for accidentally murdering her half-sister Marina earlier in the series ; Victor and Julie's first kiss ; and Bo double-crossing Ernesto, which in turn led to the shocking climactic ending to the storyline: Hope and Ernesto's supposed deaths during one of Ernesto's " magic tricks " in an explosion while inside a cage suspended over a vat of acid.
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Victor's attempted excommunication was apparently rescinded and the two sides reconciled upon the intervention of bishop Irenaeus and others, who reminded Victor of the tolerant precedent of Anicetus.
She had not told him that it was stuffed, much to Victor's annoyance, as he had spent time constructing an expensive kennel for it.
Victor's death by a hit and run driver in the final episode was filmed at Shawford railway station, Hampshire.
Desiderius, abbot of Monte Cassino was first chosen pope as Victor III when Gregory VII died in 1085, but after Victor's short reign, Otho was elected Pope Urban II by acclamation ( March 1088 ) at a small meeting of cardinals and other prelates held in Terracina in March 1088.
Victor's life was dramatized in François Truffaut's 1970 film L ' Enfant sauvage ( marketed in the UK as The Wild Boy and in the US as The Wild Child ).
Victor's story was retold through dramatizations in a fourth-season episode of In Search Of ..., titled " Wild Children ", in 1980.
Victor's story was also dramatized through puppetry in an ensemble theater performance also called The Wild Child by Hand2Mouth Theatre, a nonprofit theatre group in Portland, Oregon, in 2004.
The stirring main theme was included in RCA Victor's collection of classic Bogart film scores, recorded by Charles Gerhardt and the National Philharmonic Orchestra.
All of the early electrical recordings for Victor were made with a single microphone, usually placed near or above the conductor, a process Victor called " Orthophonic "; the Brunswick electricals used the company's proprietary non-microphone " Light-Ray " selenium-cell system, which was much more prone to sonic distortion than Victor's.
Mardi Gras ( from Mississippi Suite ) was recorded in the radio transcription series Shilkret Novelties in 1931. and again by Nathaniel Shilkret in RCA Victor's transcription series His Majesty's Voice of the Air in 1932.
His entire catalog of commercial recordings was issued by RCA Victor, save for two single-sided recordings for Brunswick in 1926 ( his first by the electrical process ) with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and a series of excellent recordings with the BBC Symphony Orchestra from 1937 to 1939 for EMI's HMV label ( which was RCA Victor's European affiliate ).
* May 21-RCA Victor's first commercially issued 33⅓ rpm record, " Salon Suite, No. 1 " by The Victor Salon Orchestra, directed by Nathaniel Shilkret, was recorded
Much of Albert Victor's time at his post in Aldershot was spent drilling, which he disliked, though he did like to play polo.
After several failed marriages and Albert Victor's death, Margery came to England and claimed the Prince was the father of her son, Clarence Haddon.