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With the script complete, Chetwynd moved to New York City, where the 1974 release of The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz saw his career get a big boost when he won the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Comedy Adapted from Another Medium and a nomination for the Academy Award for Writing Adapted Screenplay.
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With bidirectional script support, it is possible to mix scripts from different scripts on the same page, regardless of writing direction.
With the age of colonialism and Christian evangelism, the Latin script was spread overseas, and applied to indigenous American, Australian, Austronesian, Austroasiatic, and African languages.
With no interest in the show, Cook's increasing alcoholism led him to become reliant on cue cards and he ended up garbling the script, forcing Moore to ad-lib.
With Willis and Samuel L. Jackson specifically in mind for the two leading characters, Shyamalan began to write Unbreakable as a spec script during post-production on The Sixth Sense.
In version 5. 0, the functionality of VBScript was increased with new features such as: regular expressions ; classes ; the With statement ; the Eval, Execute, and ExecuteGlobal functions to evaluate and execute script commands built during the execution of another script ; a function-pointer system via GetRef, and Distributed COM ( DCOM ) support.
With the Civil Rights Movement gaining momentum, the script, written by Arnold Schulman, took a kinder approach to Native Americans.
With Barry Took as script editor ( and later producer ), this was an attempt to translate the spirit of Round the Horne to TV, though with different actors supporting Horne: Graham Stark, for example, substituted for Kenneth Williams and Sheila Steafel for Betty Marsden.
With a few additional characters, added for this purpose, the Gujarati script is also often used to write Sanskrit and Hindi.
When the novel sold well, Eon producers Harry Saltzman and Albert Broccoli approached Deighton to write the script for the next 007 film, From Russia With Love ( 1963 ); despite Deighton's efforts, little of his screenplay was filmed.
With a huge budget, the film is known for causing moral upheaval because of the then risqué script written by Selznick.
With the end of the second world war in August 1945, Ozu destroyed the script and footage shot of the film.
With a provisional series title of The Mysterons, Anderson and his wife, Sylvia, wrote a pilot script in August 1966.
* Man With a Movie Camera: The Global Remake participatory video shot by people around the world who are invited to record images interpreting the original script of Vertov ’ s Man With A Movie Camera
With a limited budget but with a promising script, he was able to attract interest from the U. S. Navy.
With the collapse of Akkad under Sargon's great great-grandson, Shar-kali-sharri, Elam declared independence under the last Avan king, Kutik-Inshushinak ( c. 2240 – 2220 BC ), and threw off the Akkadian language, promoting in its place the brief Linear Elamite script.
With complete control of the script and direction, Kitano uses this film to cement his style: shocking violence, bizarre black humor and stoically shot ' still ' scenes.
With cast nailed down, a script in hand, and a sympatico director of photography on board, the company was ready to commence filming.
With Kiss of the Spider Woman ( based on the novel by Manuel Puig ) in 1992, McNally returned to the musical stage, collaborating with Kander and Ebb on a script which explores the complex relationship between two men caged together in a Latin American prison.
" Hammerstein persuaded him to study the script and try writing some songs based on it, and within days, Berlin returned with the songs " Doin ' What Comes Naturally ", " You Can't Get a Man With a Gun ", and " There's No Business Like Show Business ".
With a boom of neologisms in Croatia, an additional emphasis on Turkisms in the Muslim parts of Bosnia and a privileged position of the Cyrillic script in Serb inhabited parts of the new states, every state and entity showed a ' nationalization ' of the language.
With a script by Eduardo Gonzalez Lanuza, he set out to make his third animated feature film, Peludópolis.
With the collapse of the palatial centres, no more monumental stone buildings were built and the practice of wall painting may have ceased ; writing in the Linear B script ceased, vital trade links were lost, and towns and villages were abandoned.
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With the aid of matching federal funds available under Section 701 of the Housing Act of 1954 as amended, the planning division began a one year program July 1, 1960 to complete the inventory phase of the state planning program.
With the assistance of Corinth and Athens, it escaped complete domination at Philip's hands, but was nevertheless forced to accept a Macedonian garrison.
With these vows, one makes the promise to work for the complete enlightenment of all sentient beings by practicing the six perfections.
With a difficult interface for a user to navigate, implementation can be fragmented or not entirely complete.
With the monarchy at the point of complete financial breakdown Leopold I was at last persuaded to change the government.
With the exception of a short period of eclipse, he enjoyed the complete confidence both of Constantine and Constantius II and was the tutor of the later Emperor Julian the Apostate ; and it was he who baptized Constantine the Great on May 22, 337.
With the antagonism between anti-interventionist Marxists and pro-interventionist Fascists complete by the end of the war, the two sides became irreconcilable.
* 1861 – With the Italian unification almost complete, Victor Emmanuel II of Piedmont, Savoy and Sardinia assumes the title of King of Italy.
With Judge Roy Hofheinz now the sole owner of the franchise and the new venue complete, the Colt. 45s moved into their new domed stadium, the Astrodome in 1965.
With the state now fully sanctioning serfdom, runaway peasants became state fugitives, and the power of the landlords over the peasants " attached " to their land had become almost complete.
With this move, the United Nations deemed decolonization of the territory complete and removed it from the United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories.
With the exception of occasional specials, daytime soap operas are notable by their absence from DVD release schedules ( an exception being the 1960s-70s supernatural soap opera, Dark Shadows, which did receive an almost complete release on both VHS and DVD ).
With these acquisitions, Vickers could now produce a complete selection of products, from ships and marine fittings to armour plate and a whole suite of ordnance.
With this approach, there is no central store of the wiki's content ; instead, every user keeps a complete copy of the wiki locally, and the software handles merging and propagating of changes when they are made.
With this last piece of the puzzle, the classical theory of electrodynamics was essentially complete.
With shy guffaws, muttered asides, dispassionate staring, foot-shuffling silences and complete mind-numbing gaps, punctuated by the odd piece of incisive home-spun philosophy from Brown, who occasionally hinted at a well-read mind.
* February ; With the taking of Noto, the Normans complete the 30 year long conquest of Sicily from the Islamic rulers.
With Luigi Squarzina in 1952 he co-founded and co-directed the Teatro d ' Arte Italiano, producing the first complete version of Hamlet in Italy, then rare works such as Seneca's Thyestes and Aeschylus's The Persians.
In recent years, Rhino Records has released a 2-CD set of the complete Gone With the Wind score, restored to its original mono sound.
With its first combat test complete, the Army's leaders began to draw on SAMS to assist in additional ways.
With the larger sample set and complete genome scan, the study found somewhat reduced linkage for Xq28 than reported by Hamer et al.
With his break with Jackson complete, in 1832, Calhoun ran for the Senate rather than continue as Vice President.