In the wild effort to cram all sorts of research into six hours a day I don't wonder if the children feel like the little boy who was taken to see the biograph
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In 1912, when Anita Loos was only 6 years old, she sent her story "New York City Hat" to the Biograph
Fields continues at Victory Gardens Biograph
1934: Movie-loving gangster John Dillinger - Public Enemy Number One - was shot dead by federal agents outside the Biograph
Cinema in Chicago.
Red Man's View" is a remake of a short silent Biograph
film from 1909, but the new feature co-production by Magic Introduction Co.
In an interview with Biograph
magazine on the occasion of his 50th birthday, Stanishev explains that the DPS had insisted on taking a key security position following an attempt on its honorary chairman Ahmed Dogan's life earlier in the same year.
Hoosier Public Enemy: A Life of John Dillinger" delves into Dillinger s life from his unhappy days growing up in Indianapolis and Mooresville, Indiana; his first unlucky brush with the law; his embracing of a life of crime while behind bars at the Indiana Reformatory; his exploits as the leader of a gang that terrorized banks and outwitted law enforcement in the Midwest, earning a reputation as a Robin Hood-style criminal,; and his headline-grabbing death in a hail of bullets on July 22, 1934, at the Biograph
Theater in Chicago.
Auf seinen Buhnen will der Biograph
ein "Spiel" inszenieren, und so beginnt er ganz klassisch "Vor dem Vorhang".
On July 22, 1934, bank robber John Dillinger was shot to death by federal agents outside Chicago's Biograph
Theater, where he had just seen the Clark Gable movie "Manhattan Melodrama.
His songwriting had made quite an impression, too, and Bob Dylan name-checked Brady on his 1985 Biograph
album-set, saying "people get too famous too fast these days and it destroys them.
He recommended the significantly cheaper Concurrent (2) Biograph
(Soerabaiasch-Handelsblad, 23 December 1909).