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  Harold and Maude (1971)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Such is the case with the cult film `Harold and Maude.' It openly explores themes of suicide, love, death and life with a fresh perspective.
Harold's militaristic uncle comes across as comical in his war-mongering vices-right down to his armless right sleeve that salutes when he pulls the string.
Harold seems unhappy though he's surrounded by extravagance that rivals anything on MTV's `Cribs.' Not only that but his mother's lack of sense and indifference to her son mirrors her addiction to affluence.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0067185   (782 words)

  Harold Godwinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Harold's mistress, Edith Swanneck, was called to identify the body (the face being destroyed), which she did by some private mark known only to herself.
Harold's strong association with Bosham and the discovery of a Saxon coffin in the church in the 1950s has led some to speculate that King Harold was buried here.
Harold's illegitimate daughter Gytha of Wessex married Vladimir Monomakh Grand Duke (Velikii Kniaz) of Kievan Rus' and is ancestor to dynasties of Galicia, Smolensk and Yaroslavl, whose scions include Modest Mussorgsky and Peter Kropotkin.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Harold_Godwinson   (1784 words)

 Harold Pinter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Harold Pinter, CH, CBE (born October 10, 1930) is a British playwright, director, actor, poet, and political activist.
It was widely known that he had been battling cancer of the esophagus since 2002 and that he had fallen and injured his head in Dublin, upon returning from the Gate Theatre festival celebrating his 75th birthday that previous weekend; that knowledge may have led to her mistaken assumption.
Harold Pinter's drama has spawned the adjective Pinteresque, placing him in the company of authors considered unique or influential enough to elicit eponymous adjectives, such as William Shakespeare (Shakespearian), Franz Kafka (Kafkaesque), Brecht (Brechtian), Joyce (Joycean), and George Orwell (Orwellian).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Harold_Pinter   (3605 words)

 King Harold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harold, the son of Earl Godwin of Wessex, and the brother of Swegen, Tostig and Gyrth, was born in about 1022.
Harold disagreed with this policy as he was convinced it would result in a disastrous civil war.
When Harold arrived in London on 5th October and there he waited for the local fyrd to assemble and for the troops of the Earl of Mercia and the Earl of Northumbria to arrive from the north.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /MEDharold.htm   (2652 words)

 "Harold and Maude" by Colin Higgins
Blood is everywhere -- on the walls, the floor, the mirror - and in the tub is Harold, his throat slit and his wrists dripping blood onto the razor on the tile floor.
Harold notices the change that has come over her and is not sure what to say.
HAROLD And beyond the blue is the flness of the cosmos.
home.online.no /~bhundlan/scripts/Harold-and-Maude.htm   (14271 words)

 History of the Monarchy > The Anglo-Saxon kings > Harold II
In September, Harald Hardrada of Norway (aided by Harold's alienated brother Tostig, Earl of Northumbria) invaded England and was defeated by Harold at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York.
Harold rushed south and, on 14 October 1066, his army of some 7,000 infantry was defeated on the field of Senlac near Hastings.
Harold was hit in the eye by an arrow and cut down by Norman swords.
www.royal.gov.uk /output/Page41.asp   (253 words)

 Neighbours: The Perfect Blend | Harold Bishop
Harold was delighted when he was asked to stand as councillor in the council elections, but Madge was furious when she discovered that if he was elected, Harold had no plans to fight to stop the demolition of the Jack Ramsay fountain at the council gardens, erected in honour of Madge's grandfather.
Harold and Madge proved to be of enormous support to Joe and the kids in the wake of Kerry's death, and a stronger bond developed between Harold and his son-in-law as a result.
Harold's relief that Valda had finally got the message turned to panic when he realised she thought he was gay, and in an attempt to prove he wasn't, Harold kissed Valda, but quickly regretted it when he realised he had complicated matters even further.
perfectblend.net /neighbourhood/bio/bishop-harold.htm   (11208 words)

 Harold Larwood Official Website
Harold was born in Nuncargate, Nottinghamshire on the 14th November 1904.
Even during his time as a pit boy, Harold would play cricket as often as he could, 'cricket was my outlet' he would say.
Any book on her father is very welcome, especially so long after his career ended but a book of this quality is welcomed with open arms by us all.
www.haroldlarwood.com   (456 words)

 www.haroldpinter.org - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harold Pinter's Nobel Lecture was pre-recorded, and shown on video December 7, 2005, in Börssalen at the Swedish Academy in Stockholm.
Harold Pinter has been awarded the Wilfred Owen prize for poetry opposing the Iraq Conflict.
From 27 th March to 6 th May, The Gate Theatre in Notting Hill will be celebrating Harold Pinter's work with performances of ‘A Kind of Alaska', ‘A Slight Ache', and ‘Precisely', directed by Claire Lovett and Thea Sharrock.
www.haroldpinter.org /home/index.shtml   (944 words)

Harold sought to shut the Germans out of his kingdom by strengthening the "Danawirk"–a series of ramparts and fortifications that existed until the latter half of the nineteenth century; moreover, as absolute quiet prevailed throughout the interior, he was even able to turn his thoughts to foreign enterprises.
Christian houses of worship were also built in many other places during Harold's reign; in these German and Danish priests preached the gospel of the crucified and risen Saviour.
There is no doubt that Harold professed Christianity at that time: it is also true that he contributed to its spread.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/07141b.htm   (717 words)

 Britannia: Monarchs of Britain
Harold acted as an emissary from Edward the Confessor to the court of William of Normandy in 1064, during which time he allegedly swore an oath of fealty to William, relinquishing any personal claim to the throne.
While on his deathbed, the Confessor named Harold as his successor, overlooking his grandson, the rightful heir, Edgar the Ætheling and ignoring a promise that he allegedly made (according to French sources) to William of Normandy.
Harold's brother, Tostig, had been exiled since the autumn of 1065 and had joined with Harald Hardrada of Norway.
www.britannia.com /history/monarchs/mon21.html   (578 words)

 Ben Huxtable's Harold Bishop shrine!
Harold is one of the longest serving characters on Neighbours and is well known for his...
Because of his amnesia, Harold could not remember anything that he had done while he was in Tasmania.
Harold still plays his Tuba, still holds his Christian beliefs and still is part of the Salvation Army.
www.geocities.com /benhuxtable/harold.html   (862 words)

 Harold Pinter - Bio-bibliography
Harold Pinter was born on 10 October 1930 in the London borough of Hackney, son of a Jewish dressmaker.
Harold Pinter is generally seen as the foremost representative of British drama in the second half of the 20th century.
That he occupies a position as a modern classic is illustrated by his name entering the language as an adjective used to describe a particular atmosphere and environment in drama: "Pinteresque".
nobelprize.org /literature/laureates/2005/pinter-bibl.html   (1361 words)

 Crockett Johnson Homepage: Books: The Harold Series
"One evening, after thinking it over for some time, Harold decided to go for a walk in the moonlight." So begins the first of Johnson's books about Harold and his purple crayon, and then off he goes, using the crayon to draw a moon and a path to walk on.
Harold decides to find out, and he draws a castle so that he may go inside to ask the king.
Harold's Trip to the Sky is also available in French, Dutch and Italian.
www.k-state.edu /english/nelp/purple/books/harold.html   (817 words)

 Amazon.com: Harold and the Purple Crayon 50th Anniversary Edition (Harold & the Purple Crayon): Books: Crockett Johnson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harold's quiet but magical journey reminds us of the marvels the mind can create, and also gives us the wondrous sense that anything is possible.
The story of Harold and his purple crayon drawing anything he can think of is still every bit as entrancing to her as it was to me thirty years ago.
As Harold draws his bed around him and goes to sleep, I found myself pondering what's real and what is not, and reflecting on those moments when we wonder where we really are and how we ever got to be here.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0060229357?v=glance   (1711 words)

 Harold Edgerton Papers, 1889-1990: Institute Archives & Special Collections: MIT
Harold "Doc" Eugene Edgerton, 1903-1990, B.S. 1926, University of Nebraska; S.M. 1927 and Sc.D. 1931 in electrical engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was professor of electrical engineering at MIT, 1928-1966; Institute Professor, 1966-1968; and Institute Professor emeritus, 1968-1990.
The Harold Edgerton manuscript collection was given to the Institute Archives between 1978 and 1993 by Professor Edgerton and his family.
The interview material was transferred to the Institute Archives in 1977 by Charles Weiner, director of the MIT oral history office, Professor of the History of Science and Technology.
libraries.mit.edu /archives/collections-mc/mc25   (587 words)

 Harold Pinter
Harold Pinter's plays are noted for their use of silence to increase tension, understatement, and cryptic small talk.
Equally recognizable are the 'Pinteresque' themes - nameless menace, erotic fantasy, obsession and jealousy, family hatred and mental disturbance.
Harold Pinter was born in Hackney, a working-class neighborhood in London's East End, the son of a tailor.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /hpinter.htm   (1646 words)

 Improv Long Form Harold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
The Harold is simply a series of scenes that are connected by a common very general theme.
Nouns are generally discouraged, but you may take the closest 'theme' associated the noun and do a Harold based on that.
The scenes in a Harold are almost all open scenes.
www.learnimprov.com /harold.html   (337 words)

 British Composers,Harold Truscott"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harold Truscott born in Seven Kings, Ilford, Essex on 23 August 1914.
Harold Truscott - Suite in G Major, Elegy, Symphony in E Major
Harold Truscott - Trio in A major; Sonata No 1 in C Major for Clarinet and Piano
www.homeusers.prestel.co.uk /horwood/truscott.htm   (376 words)

 Elliotte Rusty Harold
Harold, E., "SAX Conformance Testing," XML Europe 2004
Bukiet, B., Harold, E., and Palacios, J., "A Markov Chain Approach to Baseball," Operations Research, Volume 45, Number 1, January-February 1997, pp.
Harold, E., Bukiet, B., and Peter, W., "Maximum Projectile Velocity in an Augmented Railgun,"; IEEE Transaction on Magnetics, Volume 30, Number 4, July 1994, pp.
www.elharo.com   (827 words)

 Harold Lloyd!
I've been watching Harold Lloyd comedies since the 1970's when I was first introduced to them on television in a series on PBS put out by Time/Life.
PBS continued to show the subjects, and also showed the feature length comedies of Harold.
As of today, most of Harold Lloyd's features are still unavailable for viewing.
www.picking.com /harold.html   (498 words)

 Harold Laski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Harold Laski was just back from Harvard, where he had been much abused as a 'Red' because he had supported the Boston police strike.
At H. G.'s flat that night, Harold told me of the amazing innovations in the philosophy of socialism.
That by helping young people he was helping the future and bringing nearer that brave world in which he so passionately believed.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /TUlaski.htm   (1039 words)

 Harold Klemp, the Spiritual Leader of Eckankar
Harold Klemp is the spiritual leader of Eckankar today.
Harold Klemp speaks to thousands of seekers at ECK seminars around the world each year.
Harold Klemp's inspiring and practical approach to spirituality helps thousands of people find greater freedom, wisdom, and love.
www.eckankar.org /Harold/index.html   (387 words)

 Harold's Hamburgers & Internet Cyber Café, Verbier
Harold's Hamburgers Snack Bar and Internet Cyber Café in Verbier, Switzerland, in the heart of the Swiss Alps.
For those fans of sport who do not wish to miss an important match, Harold's Hamburgers and Internet Cyber Café, Verbier, has a satellite television reception facility with a big screen for major fixtures.
Keep up with the latest news from Harold's, Verbier weather and snow conditions, or tell us what you're up to in our web log.
www.harolds.ch   (298 words)

 New Albion Artists: Harold Budd
Harold Budd, a modern poet of the piano, has been playing music since his teens, yet it was not until his late 30s that he found his true voice as a composer.
And it was only in 1978, with the release of "The Pavilion of Dreams", his first record, that the work of this genial Californian began to find an international audience.
Released at nearly the same time as "She Is a Phantom", "Through the Hill" was a first-time collaboration with Andy Partridge of XTC, which Budd says "sounds like strangers who spent the afternoon together."
www.newalbion.com /artists/buddh   (594 words)

 Harold Wilson
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Family: Harold Wilson was the only son and younger of two children.
Harold Wilson, who won four General Elections as Labour leader, is often regarded as one of the more intellectual politicians of the twentieth century.
www.number-10.gov.uk /output/page129.asp   (806 words)

 Japan Harold, Japanese news about various subjects including hunting, products, events, laws, trains, you name it   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Japan Harold, Japanese news about various subjects including hunting, products, events, laws, trains, you name it
A few Japan Harold articles are still available for reading.
All contents of this site copyright 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 by Japan Harold, Richard Nigh and by respective authors and photographers.
www.h2.dion.ne.jp /~jharold   (608 words)

 Harold Lloyd
Optimum releases 29 Lloyd films on DVD in the UK (Yes, Welcome Danger is included!) To Purchase Go to Amazon.uk.
Harold Lloyd Presents "TRUE TO LIFE" Original Airdate: 11-12-44
Harold Lloyd™ is a trademark and service mark of The Harold Lloyd Trust.
www.haroldlloyd.com   (114 words)

 Harold Arlen - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Here you can discover how Harold developed his musical career, browse through his catalogue of compositions, and listen to several samples of his works.
Find out where you can see and hear Harold Arlen's works performed in "What's New" and then shop for your favorite Harold Arlen tunes from the comfort of your own home.
For the media, we have provided an avenue for licensing and easy access to press releases and updates on various projects.
www.haroldarlen.com /home.html   (159 words)

 Official Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle Movie Site: John Cho Kal Penn Pictures, Trailers, New Movie Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-16)
Official Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle Movie Site: John Cho Kal Penn Pictures, Trailers, New Movie Releases
Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle John Cho Kal Penn New Movie Releases & Trailers
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle is produced by Greg Shapiro and written by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg.
www.haroldandkumar.com   (98 words)

 Harold Shapero, composer
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Harold Shapero was born in Lynn, Massachusetts, on April 29, 1920, and with his family later moved to nearby Newton.
He learned to play the piano as a child, and for some years was a pianist in dance orchestras.
members.tripod.com /~del_Arte/composers/shapero.html   (1272 words)

 Harold's Blog: Read Harold Dieterle's Online Blog - Top Chef TV Show - Official Bravo TV Site
Harold's Blog: Read Harold Dieterle's Online Blog - Top Chef TV Show - Official Bravo TV Site
Go to the Harold Dieterle's Blog home page
Let me start with Rocco: How are the mighty fallen.
www.bravotv.com /blog/harolddieterle   (258 words)

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