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 www.thewaroftheworlds.com
The Jeff Wayne Live Tour of his Musical Version of The War of The Worlds is to...
The Live Tour of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of the War of the Worlds hitting the UK in April will feature three generations...
As the dates for the Live Tour of Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds draw nearer and fan anticipation...
www.thewaroftheworlds.com   (487 words)

  
 The Alamo
Rumors persist that Wayne's old pal John Ford directed most of The Alamo; cut to 161 minutes for its general release, the film was restored to its original, 192-minute length in 1992.
John Wayne's directorial debut The Alamo is set in 1836: Wayne plays Col. Davy Crockett, who, together with Colonels Jim Bowie (Richard Widmark) and William Travis (Laurence Harvey) and 184 hardy Americans and Texicans, defends the Alamo mission against the troops of Mexican general Santa Ana.
Wayne's production crew was compelled to reconstruct the Alamo in Bracketville, Texas, several hundred miles from the actual site.
theoscarsite.com /pictures1960/alamo.htm   (229 words)

  
 Sid Davis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He approached John Wayne for a $1,000 loan and used the money to make his first film, The Dangerous Stranger (a film he would remake at least twice over the next 30 years).
Sid Davis (born April 1, 1916) is a United States social guidance film director and producer.
The film tells the story of several young children--some of the children are kidnapped and eventually saved, others are kidnapped and never seen again.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sid_Davis   (229 words)

  
 Reel.com: Wayne Wang
Wayne Wang was born to be a filmmaker.
The film fared poorly for Wang and he made a return to studio films with Anywhere but Here, based on the novel by Mona Simpson and starring Susan Sarandon and Natalie Portman.
Wayne Wang: You know, year 2000, I was getting bored, the Bay Area was booming with dot-com kids.
www.reel.com /reel.asp?node=features/interviews/wang   (1360 words)

  
 John Wayne's Biography
Wayne was co-director and star of "The Green Berets," a 1968 film that supported the United States action in Vietnam.
Wayne was recognized as some sort of American natural resource, and his various critics, political and film, looked on him with more respect.
Wayne shot his way through generations of film fans with little change in style or personality.
www.jwayne.com /biography.shtml   (2325 words)

  
 Night Train to Munich VHS
Between the pre-Bond insouciance of the young Harrison, the deadpan exchanges of Radford and Wayne, the overall intelligence of the script, and the steady hand of Carol Reed, this film raises the genre to a very high level.
Taking his cue from Hitchcock's recent success THE LADY VANISHES, Carol Reed borrowed both that film's writers (Sidney Gilliat, Frank Launder) and its low-key comic duo (Basil Radford, Naunton Wayne) to concoct this witty, vastly entertaining spy thriller.
The film barrels to its finish in a dizzying array of twists and turns, with a still-astonishing cable-car escape in the Swiss Alps.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/movie/pid/3877626/a/Night+Train+to+Munich.htm   (497 words)

  
 Unprecedented Corruption: A guide to conflict of interest in the U.S. government
Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11 won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, there were articles claiming that Mr.
However, in a May 25, 2004 article, Moore Film Is Held Up by Questions About Rights, The New York Times provided more detail, showing that there really are difficulties with being allowed to distribute the film.
Moore has authorized free downloading of the movie from the Internet: Fury as Fahrenheit 9/11 director backs illegal not-for-profit downloads.
www.tessyevka.net /peace   (497 words)

  
 Bush's Brain Listing at Box Office Prophets
Though Rove declined numerous interview requests, he did send a 14-page e-mail to Wayne Slater, one of the authors of the book on which the film is based.
Based on a book by Wayne Slater and James Moore, the film details Rove's ascension from Utah high school debate geek to Texas political juggernaut.
Bush's Brain, based on the book by Wayne Slater and James Moore, follows the political career of George W. Bush's key advisor and electoral stategist Karl Rove.
www.boxofficeprophets.com /tickermaster/listing.cfm?TMID=1278   (497 words)

  
 Running Scared movie trailer review pics pictures poster news at The Z Review
This page has no intention to infringe on the rights of the film and intellectual copyright holders of Running Scared and hold copyright over the movie, characters, merchandise and storyline.
Comedian Wayne Brady is set to appear in Running Scared for director Wayne Kramer.
Writer/Director Wayne Kramer will make his next project Running Scared for Lions Gate Entertainment.
www.thezreview.co.uk /comingsoon/r/runningscared.htm   (376 words)

  
 Amazon Shop - Big Jake [1971] - DVD
In retrospect I would argue that this 1971 film is the first of a trio of film that Wayne made at the end of his career reflecting the passing of the Western.
The film begins with a raid on the McCandles Ranch where Little Jake McCandles (Ethan Wayne, the Duke's youngest son, named for the character he played in "The Searchers") is kidnapped by a gang of cutthroats led by John Fain (Richard Boone).
The other two would be Wayne's next film, "The Cowboys," and obviously his final film, "The Shootist." Of that trio "Big Jake" is clearly the most fun and my biggest complaint about this film is that when it is shown on television they almost always have the first commercial break at the absolute worst moment.
www.uksprite.com /store/info-B00005RFH2.html   (376 words)

  
 John Wayne's TV Career: Part Two
John Wayne produced, directed and starred in the 1960 film that he intended to be his epic masterpiece - The Alamo.
In an all-out effort to promote the film, John Wayne stepped up his TV appearances.
In 1960, Wayne was seen in a TV documentary (The Spirit of the Alamo), poked fun at his rock solid image on The Jack Benny Show, and presented the Best Director award at the 32nd Annual Academy Awards.
www.tvparty.com /movwayne2.html   (660 words)

  
 YOLK Generasian Next 2.0 Archive
Wang's new film The Center Of The World is definitely a movie that's been in his head for a long time.
Born in Hong Kong in 1949, Wayne studied film and television at California's College of Arts and Crafts.
Wang has been at his craft since the early 80's, a fact that directors and actors in the independent film community have known for quite a while.
www.yolk.com /v083/wang1.html   (406 words)

  
 Sharon Stone Antonio Banderas Lil' Kim movies : ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
WAYNE'S WORLD Director Wayne Wang, whose erotic ''The Center of the World'' opened this month, is staying steamy with his next project: ''Stompanato,'' a biopic about Lana Turner's romance with the man her daughter would be accused of killing in defense of her mother.
Plus, Lil' Kim nurses a new film role by Rebecca Ascher-Walsh
FURTHERMORE Scantily clad hip hop star Lil' Kim will likely be donning nurse's shoes to play an R.N. in music video director J.C. Barros' feature film debut, ''10029.'' The film, made up of four interlocking stories about life in Harlem, begins shooting June 11.
www.ew.com /ew/report/0,6115,108176~1~~,00.html   (357 words)

  
 News
The new Wayne Wang film, "Center of the World", has been getting a lot of attention in the press recently, mostly because of its steamy sex scenes and its focus on the trendy world of dotcoms and intnet startups.
The film is not a collaboration between Wayne Wang and Paul Auster, as some reviewers have suggested, nor was the screenplay written by Paul Auster and Siri Hustvedt.
There are now two other writers crediting with contributing to the story and a different writer altogether is credited with the final screenplay, but hopefully Wayne Wang will remain true to Auster's vision as he has in their other collaborations.
www.bluecricket.com /auster/news.html   (695 words)

  
 Metroactive Movies Chinese Box
In Wayne Wang's new film, Chinese Box, Jeremy Irons plays a leukemia case, an English journalist whose final days coincide with the final days of colonial Hong Kong before the Chinese takeover.
Director Wayne Wang talks about his new film, 'Chinese Box'
Wang has also made two films in collaboration with novelist Paul Auster, Blue in the Face and Smoke, but his best-known film is no doubt his adaptation of fellow San Franciscan Amy Tan's novel The Joy Luck Club (1993).
www.metroactive.com /papers/metro/05.07.98/chinesebox2-9818.html   (1153 words)

  
 B-movies, parade highlight Utah film fest - Boston.com - Movies - A&E
It was a screening of his film "Rubin and Ed" at Bicknell's Wayne Theater in 1995 that co-founder Trent Harris helped spark the idea of holding a festival there.
It was a screening of his film "Rubin and Ed" at Bicknell's Wayne Theater in 1995 that helped spark the idea of holding a festival there.
The festival begins with the "world's fastest parade," an eight-mile drive from Torrey to the Wayne Theater.
www.boston.com /ae/movies/articles/2005/07/23/b_movies_parade_highlight_utah_film_fest   (1153 words)

  
 The Talents of Wayne Knight quiz -- free game
What is Wayne's character's name in the 1993 film 'Jurassic Park'?
What is the name of Wayne's character in the 1991 film 'JFK'?
Wayne did the voice of which character in the 1999 animated film 'Tarzan'?
www.funtrivia.com /playquiz.cfm?qid=25468&origin=   (211 words)

  
 JIMMY AKIN.ORG: The Searchers
At one point in the film, Wayne tries to avoid the coming war by meeting with an aging Indian chief who is a personal friend of his.
I recognize that it is a film that better expresses the human condition and that from this perspective it is a better film, and one that is to be watched.
In The Searchers, Wayne is again working with Ford, but this time the director expresses the human condition in a different way, by turning Wayne not into the aging voice of wisdom but into the aging voice of bitterness.
www.jimmyakin.org /2004/11/the_searchers.html   (1573 words)

  
 The Great Curve: Is Nothing Sacred?
The first one occurred in the first film, where Bruce Wayne was sitting at night in the dark of a cavernous room in Wayne mansion with enormous, ornate windows behind him.
Other than these three instances, Burton’s films are a disjointed, near incomprehensible mess, presenting Batman, not as the Olympic-Class athlete and Sherlock Holmes-level detective that he is in the comic, but as Iron Man in a Bat suit, without the boot jets and repulsor rays.
Later on in the film, at a costume ball, where everyone else is in a costume, comes the third incident.
www.thegreatcurve.net /2005/06/is-nothing-sacred.html   (1281 words)

  
 SOUNDWAVES CINEMA: The Alamo (2004)
They are concerned, of course, with a different era for the Alamo, the same era presented in the 1960 film that starred (and was directed by) John Wayne.
THE ALAMO will not be an Oscar contender by any means; for one thing, its way too early in the year, and in spite of being well executed it's not an Oscar level story or film.
Hancock stages the climactic battle in the Alamo during the night, as opposed to Wayne's version that presented a daytime battle.
soundwavescinema.com /Cinema/2004/Alamo.htm   (1013 words)

  
 Wayne - TheBestLinks.com - American Revolutionary War, Comedy film, John Wayne, United States, ...
Wayne is the main character of the comedy film Wayne's World.
Wayne, American Revolutionary War, Comedy film, John Wayne, United States...
Wayne - TheBestLinks.com - American Revolutionary War, Comedy film, John Wayne, United States,...
www.thebestlinks.com /Wayne.html   (192 words)

  
 Jeffrey's Celeb Page
with Victor Argo and Angela Hoyt at the after-party for Jeffrey's film "I Am Woody"
with Gilbert Gottfried on the set of Jeffrey's film "Seeing is Believing", circa 1992
with Willie (Sopranos) DeMeo at the after-party for Jeffrey's film "I Am Woody"
www.jeffreygurian.com /celebs   (398 words)

  
 Combustible Celluloid - The Alamo
Critics who panned this film in 1960 were labeled as anti-patriots, as if not liking this movie meant you also disagreed with the true story.
John Wayne doesn't appear for the first twenty minutes of The Alamo, his 1960 directorial debut, and that's a bad sign.
Wayne plays Davy Crockett, who helps defend the Alamo against impossible odds and wins independence for the state of Texas from the Mexicans.
www.combustiblecelluloid.com /classic/alamo60.shtml   (386 words)

  
 FilmStew.com • Redford Runs Through It
In the new film, he plays Wayne Hayes, a business titan and former auto rental mogul, described as "the man Hertz and Avis are afraid of." He lives in a beautiful house in tony suburban Pittsburgh with his wife Eileen (Helen Mirren), empty nesters with two grown children and an infant grandchild.
After receiving his degree at the Netherlands Film and Television Academy, Brugge came to the United States where he earned an MFA at the American Film Institute.
Though Justin Haythe wrote the screenplay, the idea for the film began with Brugge, who, along with most of his countrymen, had followed the lengthy saga of a high profile kidnapping in the Netherlands.
www.filmstew.com /Content/Article.asp?ContentID=9079&Pg=2   (386 words)

  
 Wayne Wang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wayne Wang (Chinese: 王穎; Pinyin: Wáng Yǐng; born January 12, 1949) is a Chinese American film director.
Born in Hong Kong, he studied film and television at California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wayne_Wang   (165 words)

  
 John Wayne - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Wayne appeared in many strong masculine ("macho") roles in western films and war films, but he also had a down-to-earth sense of humour which allowed him to appear in a pink bunny suit for an episode of Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, as well as in comedy movies.
While at the university, Wayne began working around the local film studios.
John Wayne (May 26, 1907 - June 11, 1979), nicknamed "Duke," was an American film actor whose career spanned the evolutionary phase of American cinema, appearing in silent movies and "talkies" alike.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /john_wayne.htm   (1068 words)

  
 HSX Prediction Market: StarBonds® : Wayne Wang
This attests to the sort of environment in which young Wayne was reared as it was a household immersed in the Hollywood culture half a world away.
Wang made his pilgrimmage to California to study filmmaking at the California College of Arts and Sciences and thereafter returned home to Hong Kong hoping to buck the prevailing trend there of churning out one nondescript Kung Fu film after another.
In 1995, Wang branched further out to tackle themes not specific to the Chinese experience, with the adaptation of Paul Auster's Smoke, an ensemble cast film starring Harvey Keitel centered around a cigar store heavy with the waft of cigar smoke, a metaphor for the vaporous, unquantifiable flavor and process that is life.
movies.hsx.com /servlet/SecurityDetail?symbol=WWANG   (246 words)

  
 stagecoach
In Stagecoach, the film never takes its eyes off the Wayne character when he's onscreen, as most of the narrative is filmed from within the stagecoach and the location remains unimportant--it could be anywhere since Ford could care less about the setting.
In another of the film's famous action shots, the strapping Wayne kills the three Plummer boys in town with a carbine as he was falling to the dusty street and thereby settles his old scores.
It was Ford's first film in Arizona's Monument Valley, a location he was to use repeatedly in over a quarter of a century of filmmaking--proving location and the country didn't matter much to him, as he was satisfied showing the same mesas for all his pics.
www.sover.net /~ozus/stagecoach.htm   (493 words)

  
 Stagecoach (1939)
The film's hero is the Ringo Kid (Wayne), who is introduced to the audience in a dazzling tracking shot that opens with him standing statuesquely, grasping his rifle, and ends with a close-up of an anguished Kid who is being thwarted in his attempt to revenge the murders of his father and brother.
It was the first in a long line of films that Director John Ford was to make in Monument Valley (an area he was to turn into his own preserve), and the film that marks John Wayne's emergence from B movie actor status to the rank of screen icon.
As in the films "Grand Hotel" and "Ship of Fools" for which this device was named, the films principle focus is on the interactions between these diverse and colorful characters who have been thrown together by fate and closely confined for a period of time.
www.twyman-whitney.com /film/lecture/stagecoach%20.html   (737 words)

  
 Actor Profile: John Wayne/Brian W. Fairbanks-Writer
Wayne closed out his first decade of superstardom with Howard Hawks’ Rio Bravo, his answer to High Noon, a film he considered leftist for its portrayal of a sheriff who throws away his badge rather than continue to serve a town that abandoned him in his hour of need.
For some unexplained reason, Wayne seized upon the notion that the defeat of Davy Crockett and company at the Alamo was an inspiring patriotic story and, as early as 1948, he was hoping to commit his dream of The Alamo to film.
Waynes colleagues in Hollywood also felt the time was right to acknowledge the living legend in their midst and awarded him the Oscar as best actor for True Grit.
www.angelfire.com /oh2/writer/johnwayne.html   (3468 words)

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