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    Biography Of John Huston

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    John Huston was born in Nevada, Missouri, in 1906. Son of the actor Walter Houston, John survived a sickly youth (enlarged heart and kidney problems) to become a professional boxer and rise to the top rank in California only to have his career ended in 1921 by a badly broken nose during a fight. Huston them dabbled in painting, horseback riding, opera and finally began to follow in his father's footsteps by accepting minor acting roles in off-Broadway productions. A career detour to Mexico found

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    Marlon Brando

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    military boarding school - Shattuck Military Academy in Fairbult, Minnesota, from which he was eventually expelled for insubordination. In 1943, Brando relocated to New York City to study the Stanislavsky method under Stella Adler. (Editor, 2004) Brando's, first film was Fred Zinnemann's The Men in 1950. In 1951, he played in A Streetcar Named Desire .The role he performed in that movie earned him the first of four consecutive Best Actor Academy Award nominations. He followed up with impressive,

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    James Dean

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    after his death. A star onscreen, Dean's life outside of film was dreary and lonesome at times. His other hobby, street racing, ultimately led to his death at the young age of 24. Just like The Eagles stated in their hit song, James Dean was a great actor who, "lived fast and died young." Although he died at the age of 24, he still made an impact in Hollywood then and now. On February 8, 1931, James Bryon Dean was born to Winton and Mildred Dean in Marion, Indiana. Dean was extremely close with

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    entertainment business; such as the invention of the teleprompter, TV’s first soap opera, “The Little Rascals” TV show, and the “I Love Lucy” TV show. But the most important thing about the entertainment in the 50s was the actors and actresses. Through out the 50s there were hundreds of actors and actresses. To name a few Vivien Leigh, Audrey Hepburn, Marlon Brando ,Grace Kelly, Bette Davis, Katharine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Dandridge, Judy Garland, Elizabeth Taylor, and Doris Day. Each

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    Thomas Cruise Mapother IV was born July 3rd, 1962. He is known in the movie industry as Tom Cruise. He is most famous for his role as an actor and movie producer. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and has won three Golden Globe awards. He started his career in the movie Endless Love at the age of 19. Cruise was born in Syracuse, New York. He is the son of Mary Lee and Thomas Cruise Mapother III. His mother was a special education teacher, and his father was an electrical engineer. He

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    James Dean

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    off him and, in true rebellious style; he is always at odds with the world around him. That world was the post World War Two generation. It was the same one that spawned the iconic, misunderstood, rebellious Marlon Brando, the fiery sullen method actor who was and perhaps still is a legend.

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    George Clooney: A Hero

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    been nominated in six categories of the Academy Awards( elibrary 2010 world Almanac books) Is George Clooney truly a hero? Does George Clooney help the country or does he just receive populates as a star? George Clooney is a hero. He is an American superstar. George Clooney first made his breakout role in 1992 as Dr. Doug Ross on TV's ER. This led to many other leading ,ajar film roles. He is also a director and screenwriter, and an Oscar-winning actor and producer. George has a lot of movies

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    This film was nominated for 48 different awards. Actors include Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, and Hilary Swank. Hopefully, these are some reasons to intrigue your interest. You do not need to be a fan of boxing to enjoy Million Dollar Baby. There is a deeper meaning to this movie like realizing that one always has a place in someone’s heart. Out of the 48 awards that this film was nominated for it received 19 of them including two Golden Globe Awards

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    lead actor Eastwood carefully selected unique, high-quality ingredients for the script and co-actors, and skilled chefs – i.e. film artisans - to plan and create something exceptional. The final result leaves a subtle, distinct and memorable flavor. A Million Dollar Baby (MDB) film reviewer suggests that Eastwood’s “touch only gets lighter with time”. (Grey, 2005) MDB won the Academy Award for 2004’s Film of the Year as well as Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Supporting Male Actor - this

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    • Prologue: Since 2014 the movie "Still the Water", directed by Naomi Kawase, has won several awards and nominations in film competitions all over the world. Below you can find a list of these prizes: 1. Cannes Film Festival nominated Palme d’Or 2014 Naomi Kawase 2. Ghent International Film Festival nominated Grand Prix 2014 Best Film 3. Munich Film Festival nominated Arri / Osram Award 2014 Best International Film Naomi Kawase 4. Pacific Meridan International Film Festival of Asia Pacific

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