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  • Bob Barker

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    show, it is also the longest running game show in television history celebrating it’s 29th year this year. Bob has won eleven Emmy awards as a TV host, more than any other performer, and two as executive producer of The Price is Right. Bob was also given the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1999, for a total of 14 Emmys. He has also received the coveted Carbon Mike Award of the Pioneer in Broadcasters. Bob’s even been named in the Guinness Book of World Records as television’s “Most Durable Performer

  • Film Prioritization

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    This case study will also need ‘want' objectives. These are assigned a weighting for their relative importance, however they are not critical to the company's mission. Those ‘want' objectives are as follow: to be nominated for and win an academy award for best Picture of the year, create at least one new animated character each year, generate additional merchandise revenue such as dolls, action figures, interactive games, music CDs, raise public consciousness about environmental issues, general

  • The King’s Speech vs. The Social Network

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    In 2010 the Academy Awards gave its best picture award to a film called The King’s Speech directed by Tom Hooper and written by David Seidler. It was a well written and executed film however there was another film that should have won instead of The King’s Speech. That film was called The Social Network directed by the revered David Fincher and written by Aaron Sorkin. The film starred Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake. It was adapted from a book called “The Accidental Billionaires”

  • The Life of Jennifer Shrader Lawrence

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    She was discovered at 14 while vacationing in New York. She played different roles including Katniss Everdeen in the movies series The Hunger Games and Mystique in X-Men: First Class. Jennifer had several award nominations including a Golden Globe. In 2010 she received her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Jennifer Shrader Lawrence was born on August 12, 1990. She has two older brothers, Blaine and Ben. Growing up Jennifer lived on a farm outside Louisville, Kentucky. She lived with her mom

  • Biography of Stevland Hardaway Morris

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    he succeeded. (Page 23... ... middle of paper ... ... be the Grammys. Stevie Wonder won some Grammy Awards. He is actually one of the few singers who have won multiple Grammy Awards. Stevie Wonder won more than thirteen Grammy Awards just between the 70s and 90s, and still got more after that. (, “Grammy Awards of the 1990’s”, “Grammy Awards of the 1980’s”, Grammy Awards of the 1970’s”) He has shown that a blind man can do a lot. Stevie Wonder showed that he can achieve goals

  • Nominations

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    The Academy Awards has been recognizing prominent films in the industry since the first award show held in 1929. The first show consisted of only twelve categories with thirty-three nominees, but as the industry progressed in size and talent the Academy accommodated appropriately. The most recent awards marked the eighty-sixth anniversary of the Academy and its composure of twenty-four categories and over a hundred nominees, some being repeats, spoke for the industry itself in terms of its volume

  • The Importance Of Costume And Design

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    and Design. The Academy Award for Best Costume Design is typically given to the film with the best costume design the last year. Films are chosen by the Art Directors Branch, and it is based on a voting system. The five best films are chosen and considered the nominees, and those chosen are picked to fit specific criteria made up by the Art Directors Branch. The Academy Award for Best Costume Design was first introduced on the 21st Academy Awards on March 24, 1949. The award was first separated into

  • what makes an excellent film

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    discovering what actually won Oscars and Golden Globe awards, it came down to what the people thought, and the popularity of a film. It is extremely hard to predict what will win these awards before the movie is even released to the public. Before really thinking about the subject, some obvious traits of what I would consider “an excellent film” would be superior acting, beautiful scenery, etc., such as many present categories in the Academy or Golden Globe Awards. Of course I could go on about one of my all-time

  • West Side Story

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    years later, viewers, like myself, still cannot resist it. I had never seen the film, which was directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, before, but I had always wondered why people loved this multi award-winning movie so much. After viewing the film, I think that it deserved the ten Academy Awards that it won because it has withstood the test of time and it truly is a remarkable film. It still has the same flair and ability to lure the viewer into the plot as it did when it was first shown in theaters

  • Romeo And Juliet Research Paper

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    Five Best Plays of All Times Romeo and Juliet "For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo," Count Paris. One of the most popular romantic tragedies is William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Their names are synonymous to the passionate affection of pure love but ended in horrific death of both lovers. The story was set in Verona, Italy. Between the ancient family feuds, Romeo and Juliet had the most troubled love life. Because of the sworn condescension of their families