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SilentRevue Jul 10
Greta Garbo and , photo by Edward Steichen.
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Psychedelic Jukebox Jul 12
Secondo "Conte" Candoli (July 12, 1927 – Dec 14, 2001) Jazz trumpeter based on the West Coast. He played in the big bands of Woody Herman, Stan Kenton, Benny Goodman, and Dizzy Gillespie, and in Doc Severinsen's NBC Orchestra on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
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Royal Society of Literature Jul 11
'A library is a good place to go when you feel unhappy, for there, in a book, you may find encouragement and comfort.' ― E.B. White, author of Stuart Little and Charlotte's Web, in 1899.
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films and filming Jul 7
Shelley Duvall with Sissy Spacek in '3 Women' (dir. Robert Altman) - f&f 06/77
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Juan Hernández 16h
the great but unsung director William Dieterle. Few have depicted the rapture of romance as beautifully as he did. Portrait of Jennie is a masterpiece.
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Abhay K. Jul 11
“What is the use of a house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on? “—Henry David Thoreau, naturalist and author (12 Jul 1817-1862)
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JesseBetting 23h
⚽️ Time: 11:30pm Odd: 2,00 Stake: €10 (2units) Please retweet and like!
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RednBlueTips Jul 9
Wednesday Not often my is a double but this looks sound: pays 9/10 KOs both 1800
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Msspilkes 15h
We celebrate the day you were born! HBD Roger Kynard "Roky" Erickson (July 15, 1947 – May 31, 2019) 🎂💖🎵💫 Sound On 🎧⬇️
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Juan Hernández 12h
songwriter Dorothy Fields. The immortal “The way you look tonight” is a testament to her talent:
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Screen Dreams 6h
“What the hell, whatever I had...it worked, didn’t it?” Happy birthday to my ultimate fave Barbara Stanwyck in 1907
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Michael W. Freeman Jul 13
: Ernest Gold (1921), the composer from Vienna who found fame writing movie scores. His best: the epic Exodus, which won him an Oscar. He worked with director Stanley Kramer, doing scores for The Defiant Ones and the Holocaust dramas Judgment At Nuremberg and Ship of Fools.
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Abhay K. Jul 9
“Life can be perfectly satisfying without major achievements.”—Alice Munro, short-story writer and Nobel Prize winner (b. 10 Jul 1931)
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The Daily Jul 14
“Repo Man’s got all night, every night.” Harry Dean Stanton, in 1926, as Bud in 1984.
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Kevin Cummins 18h
Ian Curtis b 15 July 1956
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Gareth Marsh 21h
John Robson was in 1950. Signed from Derby in Dec 1972 for £90,000 he made 176 appearences. Sadly, at the age of 28, he was diagnosed as being in the early stages of multiple sclerosis and was forced to retire. He passed away in 2004, aged just 54.
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Royal Society of Literature 23h
'Starting a novel is opening a door on a misty landscape; you can still see very little but you can smell the earth and feel the wind blowing.' ― Iris Murdoch, in 1919.
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The Daily Jul 14
Ingmar Bergman, in 1918. He grew to accept “the essential aloneness that is being human—an aloneness that is nevertheless joyously relieved by the connections we make, the artistic illusions we treasure.”
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PETER OXLEY Jul 14
HARRY DEAN STANTON 1926 Twin Peaks Fire Walk with me Cool Hand Luke • Paris,Texas Alien • Escape from New York Wild at Heart • Pretty in Pink The Rose • Two Lane Backtop The Green Mile • Kellys Heroes 12 in the Shade • Dillinger Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid
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GM Jul 13
Austrian painter was in 1862.
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