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Watson Burton successfully resolving disputesnebusiness.co.ukAnthony said: “In conjunction with a leading insurer we can arrange after-the-event insurance cover for adverse legal costs which protects clients from the ...
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Alt Film Guide (blog)Fredric March on TCM: INHERIT THE WIND, SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, ANTHONY ADVERSEAlt Film Guide (blog)Mervyn LeRoy's period drama Anthony Adverse only comes to life when either Oscar winner Gale Sondergaard or Claude Rains is on screen, ...
On Tonight: BP's Back Pages, The Real Ad WorldHartford Courant (blog)... "Anthony Adverse" (2:15 am) and "Young Doctors" (4:45 am). It ends early tomorrow morning with "The Adventures of Mark Twain" (6:30 am Wednesday). ...and more »
Basketball Betting: Jazz vs. Nuggets in NBA OddsBrobury... it is pretty obvious to everyone that Anthony does not want to stay in Denver, and that has to have an adverse effect on team morale, not to mention ...and more »
Television movies for the week of Oct. 24Pittsburgh Post Gazette12:30 PM • Anthony Adverse '36. Fredric March. The hero finds his wife has become an opera star and mistress to Napoleon Bonaparte. (NR) (2:30) TCM: Tue. ...
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Daily News & AnalysisHollywood legend Tony Curtis buried with his iPhoneMacVideo.tv... an Armani scarf, driving gloves, the novel, 'Anthony Adverse,' which helped inspire his celebrity name, and his Apple smartphone. California Gov. ...Family and friends attend Tony Curtis funeralMonsters and Critics.comall 10 news articles »
Please Read!! In Memory of the late Tony Curtis who passed away on the 29th of September 2010. He is special to me, because he was one of the favourite childhood actors, I loved his comedy films and always had a bit of a crush on him when he was young;). My favourite of his films include: Some like it Hot', 'The Great Race' and 'Monte Carlo or Bust' , I also loved it when he was in 'Paris When it Sizzles' with Audrey Hepburn. Tony Curtis was an American film actor whose career spanned six decades, but had his greatest popularity during the 1950s and early 1960s. He acted in over 60 films in roles covering a wide range of genres, from light comedy to serious drama. In his later years, Curtis made numerous television appearances. Although his early film roles were partly the result of his good looks, by the latter half of the 1950s he became a notable and strong screen presence. He began proving himself to be a "fine dramatic actor," having the range to act in numerous dramatic and comedy roles. In his earliest parts he acted in a string of "mediocre" films, including swashbucklers, westerns, light comedies, sports films, and a musical. However, by the time he starred in Houdini (1953) with his wife Janet Leigh, "his first clear success," notes critic David Thomson, his acting had progressed immensely. He won his first serious recognition as a skilled dramatic actor in Sweet Smell of Success (1957) with co-star Burt Lancaster. The following year he was nominated for an ...
Academy Awards: Nominees and Winners-Actress in a Supporting Role 1936-1939 * 1936 Gale Sondergaard -- Anthony Adverse as Faith Paleologus (winner) o Beulah Bondi -- The Gorgeous Hussy as Rachel Jackson o Alice Brady -- My Man Godfrey as Angelica Bullock o Bonita Granville -- These Three as Mary Tilford o Maria Ouspenskaya -- Dodsworth as Baroness Von Obersdorf * 1937 Alice Brady -- In Old Chicago as Molly O'Leary (winner) o Andrea Leeds -- Stage Door as Kay Hamilton o Anne Shirley -- Stella Dallas as Laurel "Lollie" Dallas o Claire Trevor -- Dead End as Francey o Dame May Whitty -- Night Must Fall as Mrs. Bramson * 1938 Fay Bainter -- Jezebel as Aunt Belle Massey (winner) o Beulah Bondi -- Of Human Hearts as Mary Wilkins o Billie Burke -- Merrily We Live as Emily Kilbourne o Spring Byington -- You Can't Take It with You as Penny Sycamore o Miliza Korjus -- The Great Waltz as Carla Donner * 1939 Hattie McDaniel -- Gone with the Wind as Mammy (winner) o Olivia de Havilland -- Gone with the Wind as Melanie Hamilton o Geraldine Fitzgerald -- Wuthering Heights as Isabella Linton o Edna May Oliver -- Drums Along the Mohawk as Sarah McKlennar o Maria Ouspenskaya -- Love Affair as Grandmother Janou
Scotty Beckett in the movie Anthony Adverse 1936
Tony Curtis (June 3, 1925 -- September 29, 2010) was an American film actor. He played a variety of roles, from light comedy, such as the musician on the run from gangsters in Some Like It Hot, to serious dramatic roles, such as an escaped convict in The Defiant Ones, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor. From 1949, he appeared in more than 100 films and made frequent television appearances. Early life Curtis was born Bernard Schwartz in the Bronx, New York, the son of Emanuel Schwartz and his wife Helen Klein. His parents were Hungarian Jewish immigrants from Mátészalka, Hungary; Hungarian was Curtis' only language until he was five or six, postponing his schooling. His father was a tailor and the family lived in the back of the shop—the parents in one corner and Curtis and his brothers Julius and Robert in another. His mother had once made an appearance as a participant on the television show You Bet Your Life, hosted by Groucho Marx. Curtis said, "When I was a child, Mom beat me up and was very aggressive and antagonistic." His mother was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, a mental illness which also affected his brother Robert and led to his institutionalization. When Curtis was eight, he and his younger brother Julius were placed in an orphanage for a month because their parents could not afford to feed them. Four years later, Julius was struck and killed by a truck. During World War II, Curtis joined the United States Navy ...
The Sea Hawk is a 1940 American Warner Bros. feature film starring Errol Flynn as an English privateer who defends his nation's interests on the eve of the Spanish Armada. The film was the tenth collaboration between Flynn and director Michael Curtiz. The film's screenplay by Howard Koch and Seton I. Miller is loosely based on The Sea Hawk (1915) by Rafael Sabatini. Originally planned as an adaptation of Sabatini's novel, the film utilized an entirely different story inspired by the exploits of Sir Francis Drake, unlike the 1924 silent film adaptation, which was fairly faithful to Sabatini's plot. The speech the Queen gives at the close of the film was, sub silentio, meant to inspire the viewing British audience, which was already mired in the grip of the Second World War. Suggestions that it was the duty of all free men to defend liberty, and that the world did not belong to any one man (an obvious insinuation of Hitler's wish to conquer Europe) were rousing. Bosley Crowther wrote in the New York Times of 10 August 1940, "Of course, [the film] is all historically cockeyed, and the amazing exploits of Mr. Flynn, accomplished by him in the most casual and expressionless manner, are quite as incredible as the adventures of Dick Tracy. But Flora Robson makes an interesting Queen Elizabeth, Claude Rains and Henry Daniell play a couple of villainous conspirators handsomely, there is a lot of brocaded scenery and rich Elizabethan costumes and, of course, there is Brenda ...
Another sequence of cues (sequenced exactly as heard on the original soundtrack) conducted by Korngold himself. Restored from acetetates and edited into the correct order, this suite begins with the opening scene of the fiolm - a furious scherzo accomapnying the hectic carriage ride, as Don Luis(Claude Rains) propels his new bride Maria (Anita Louise) to his chateau. The music continues, unbroken, for some 15 minutes with the coach arriving at the chateua, Don Luis' pompous theme underlining his suffering from gout, their formal dinner, Maria's retiring alone for the night and being awakened next morning by her maid (another lovely theme) with a note from her lover, Denis (Louis Hayward). The ravishing love scene "In the Forest" follows, interrupted by a scene at the local spa as Don Luis recovers. The climax is reached when Don Luis confronts Maria in her bedroom and discovers she is pregnant! The hammer blows of Anthony's theme - "No Father, No Mother, No Name" ends the sequence. It is a remarkable example of Korngold's technique of music being 'durch komponiert', with a seamless, conitinuous flow of music, blending and developing the many themes for each of the characters into a quasi-operatic fabric. The remarkable score won Korngold his first Academy Award.
As nearly 6000 people have viewed my last upload of the music from ANTHONY ADVERSE, I am delighted to present here, the rare roadshow trailer about the making of this epic film. Watch especially for the title card near the end - an unprecedented accolade for a composer and not repeated since. Enjoy!
The health insurance reform bill referred to as the Affordable Care Act calls for the creation of state-based Health Insurance Exchanges. This all-day conference was of Stakeholders helping guide the creation of these exchanges. Stakeholders discussed several aspects of Exchange implementation, from the needs of consumers and employers to general operations, including eligibility and enrollment of participants, plan qualifications and the role of the Exchanges in promoting delivery system reform. Senior Administration officials from HHS, Treasury, Labor and OPM were in attendance to listen to stakeholder feedback. Panelists: - Terri Gardner: National Policy Director, Small Business Majority - Phil Vogel: Sr Vice President, Connecticut Business & Industry Association Service Corps - Vince Malta, 2010 Vice President & Gov't Affairs Liaison, Nat'l Association of Realtors - Michael Johnson, Director of Public Policy, Blue Shield of California More info at: www.healthcare.gov HealthCare.gov Take health care into your own hands. We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: newmedia.hhs.gov US Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) www.hhs.gov
Tony De Orio is co-president of PFLAG Detroit. PFLAG is "Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays." Mr. De Orio talks about how he got involved with PFLAG Detroit and what the organization does. PFLAG promotes the health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights. Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
Montage of stills from films that won Oscars for the year 1936 (presented at the 9th Academy Awards on March 4, 1937) set to the year's Oscar-winning song.
Lecture #5 at Rockefeller University: HCS students; Aleena Arif, Anthony Louis, Jing Huang, and Toni Jackson; present their PowerPoint on Interactive Key. Harlem Children Society (HCS: www.hcs2k.org) a Not-for-profit organization founded on June 5, 2000, by Dr. Sat Bhattacharya, selects promising students from communities ridden by poverty and adverse situations, engaging and training them in one-on-one mentoring and hands-on research in STEM and allied sciences. The US HCS Class of 2010 consists of 300 young scholars from over 200 schools from diverse ethnicities (40% African American, 26% Hispanic, 16% Native American, 14% Asian, and 4% Caucasian). They are mentored by over 1500 mentors -- all leading scientists, engineers, doctors and other professionals from over 250 institutions. All HCS students graduating high school students were admitted to college/university, with 20% attending Ivy League schools. "HCS Global Science Parades and Science Street Fairs & Festivals", organized in the Fall each year are the jewels in the crown of the HCS program, culminating in a series of simultaneous worldwide, global webcasted events, where students present their hands-on research projects. The event celebrates the unifying impact of academic inquiry and the human spirit across continental and cultural divides.
SEC Director of Enforcement Robert Khuzami announced that Goldman Sachs has agreed to settle SEC civil charges by paying more than half a billion dollars and reforming its business practices. In agreeing to the SEC's largest-ever penalty against a Wall Street firm, Goldman also acknowledged that its marketing materials contained incomplete information.
Uruguay vs Fracia, Uruguay 0 Francia 0, Fifa world cup 2010, South Africa 2010, K'naan - Wavin' Flag Toujours aussi hésitants à l'approche du but adverse, les Tricolores ont dominé sans conclure une pâle formation uruguayenne pour la première journée du Groupe A. Les matches passent, les doutes persistent. La France a certes montré un joli visage ce vendredi 11 juin 2010 au Green Point Stadium du Cap, mais elle n'a pas su écarter un premier prétendant à la qualification pour les huitièmes de finale. Raymond Domenech sera sans doute plein d'interrogations avant d'affronter le Mexique dans six jours. Après quelques minutes brouillonnes, où deux passes sur trois ne parvenaient pas à leur destinataire, les Bleus montaient d'un cran pour dominer les débats. Forlán, seul danger Sur le premier débordement de Franck Ribéry sur la gauche, Sidney Govou ouvrait bien trop son pied droit seul face au but (7'). La Celeste se trouvait acculée sur son but et n'avait finalement que quelques contres pour se montrer. Pour le seul amenant une action dangereuse, Diego Forlán repiquait vers l'axe pour prendre William Gallas de vitesse et obliger Hugo Lloris à repousser des poings (16'). Le reste n'était que maîtrise française. Mais hormis un coup franc excentré intelligemment envoyé en pleine lucarne par Yoann Gourcuff et repoussé in-extremis par Fernando Muslera (18'), la France menait aux points la première période. Seulement aux points. La deuxième mi-temps se disputait sur un schéma ...
From acetates (restored and edited in sequence) of the original music tracks, featuring Erich Wolfgang Korngold conducting his Academy Award winning score for the 1936 film ANTHONY ADVERSE. Beginning with the beautiful, noble 'Bonnyfeather' theme, it effortlessly develops and modulates. We hear Anthony's theme (a simple rising scale), the solemn, insistent and strangely dissonant 'No Father, No Mother, No Name' motif, then the lovely theme for Father Xavier, and the gorgeous melody for Angela (as a child) before the marvellous moment where the scene dissolves on the boy Anthony (Billy Mauch), asleep in bed, who transforms into Anthony as a man (Frederic March). Korngold also "dissolves" the scene musically with a superbly thrilling treatment of the Bonnyfeather theme followed by Maria's theme, as a typical Korngold fanafare [sorry about the wow on the solo trumpet - this was inherent in the original recording & I could not correct it]. This important and largely unknown score cries out for a definitive modern recording.
Anthony déjoue la vigilance du défenseur adverse et surprend le Gardien!
Brillante pièce de jeu d'Anthony qui enfile presque l'aiguille contre le gardien adverse!
1936 Gale Sondergaard Anthony Adverse as Faith Paleologus 1937 Alice Brady In Old Chicago as Molly O'Leary 1938 Fay Bainter Jezebel as Aunt Belle Massey 1939 Hattie McDaniel Gone with the Wind as Mammy 1940 Jane Darwell The Grapes of Wrath as Ma Joad 1941 Mary Astor The Great Lie as Sandra Kovak 1942 Teresa Wright Mrs. Miniver as Carol Beldon 1943 Katina Paxinou For Whom the Bell Tolls as Pilar 1944 Ethel Barrymore None but the Lonely Heart as Ma Mott 1945 Anne Revere National Velvet as Araminty Brown 1946 Anne Baxter The Razor's Edge as Sophie MacDonald 1947 Celeste Holm Gentleman's Agreement as Anne Dettrey 1948 Claire Trevor Key Largo as Gaye Dawn 1949 Mercedes McCambridge All the King's Men as Sadie Burke 1950 Josephine Hull Harvey as Veta Louise Simmons 1951 Kim Hunter A Streetcar Named Desire as Stella Kowalski 1952 Gloria Grahame The Bad and the Beautiful as Rosemary Bartlow 1953 Donna Reed From Here to Eternity as Alma 'Lorene' Burke 1954 Eva Marie Saint On the Waterfront as Edie Doyle 1955 Jo Van Fleet East of Eden as Kate 1956 Dorothy Malone Written on the Wind as Marylee Hadley 1957 Miyoshi Umeki Sayonara as Katsumi 1958 Wendy Hiller Separate Tables as Pat Cooper 1959 Shelley Winters The Diary of Anne Frank as Petronella Van Daan 1960 Shirley Jones Elmer Gantry as Lulu Baines 1961 Rita Moreno West Side Story as Anita 1962 Patty Duke The Miracle Worker as Helen Keller 1963 Margaret Rutherford The VIPs as The Duchess of Brighton 1964 Lila Kedrova Zorba the Greek ...
Academy Awards: Best Actress in a Supporting Role 1936-2009 1936: Gale Sondergaard as Faith Paleologus in Anthony Adverse 1937: Alice Brady as Molly O'Leary in In Old Chicago 1938: Fay Bainter as Aunt Belle in Jezebel 1939: Hattie McDaniel as Mammy - O'Hara House Servant in Gone in the Wind 1940: Jane Darwell as Ma Joad in The Grapes of Wrath 1941: Mary Astor as Sandra Kovak in The Great Lie 1942: Teresa Wright as Carol Beldon in Mrs. Miniver 1943: Katina Paxinou as Pilar in For Whom the Bell Tolls 1944: Ethel Barrymore as Ma Mott in None but the Lonely Heart 1945: Anne Revere as Mrs. Brown in National Velvet 1946: Anne Baxter as Sophie MacDonald in The Razor's Edge 1947: Celeste Holm as Anne Dettrey in Gentleman's Agreement 1948: Claire Trevor as Gaye Dawn in Key Largo 1949: Mercedes McCambridge as Sadie Burke in All the King's Men 1950: Josephine Hull as Veta Louise Simmons in Harvey 1951: Kim Hunter as Stella Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire 1952: Gloria Grahame as Rosemary Bartlow in The Bad and the Beautiful 1953: Donna Reed as Alma/Lorene Burke in From Here to Eternity 1954: Eva Marie Saint as Edie Doyle in On the Waterfront 1955: Jo Van Fleet as Kate in East of Eden 1956: Dorothy Malone as Marylee Hadley in Written on the Wind 1957: Miyoshi Umeki as Katsumi in Sayonara 1958: Wendy Hiller as Pat Cooper in Separate Tables 1959: Shelley Winters as Mrs. Petronella Van Daan in The Diary of Anne Frank 1960: Shirley Jones as Lulu Bains in Elmer Gantry 1961: Rita ...
This year expectant mothers have one more thing to worry about. How does the H1N1 flu effect you? HHS health experts highlight the particular risks the H1N1 flu poses to pregnant women and their unborn. More H1N1 (Swine) flu and seasonal flu information at www.flu.gov We accept comments according to our comment policy www.newmedia.hhs.gov
Join head of the lighting department Anthony Spike Simms behind the scenes of The Irishman to hear him talk about what he does as a gaffer, having to work through adverse weather conditions in the Midwest, working with cinematographer Karl Walter Lindenlaub and collaborating to create a crime feel with different lighting techniques.
This is a new version of my old video "Practises for the Quest". The main difference is the music : gone is the the music from the archery tournament. Instead I've added a strange and mysterious piece - by the same composer (EWK) - a piece that astounded me in the way it actually seems to accompany the words and images even better that the original music ever did? Oh, and thanks, Hapi, for encouraging me to post this video anew:-)
THE NATIONAL HEALTH FEDERATION DECLARATION OF HEALTH-FREEDOM RIGHTS In the 1950s we fought and won the battle for mandatory inspection of poultry. In the 1960s we coordinated a major drive to help chiropractors become legally licensed in over 40 states. In the 1970s we waged very successful campaigns against fluoridation. In the 1980s we pushed through legislative recognition of acupuncture. In the 1990s we lobbied to pass the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act S-784, fought malathion spraying, promoted public education on the dangers of vaccinations, and continued fighting the fluoridation battle. In the 2000s we are working to prevent the Codex attempts to restrict your freedom to take vitamins and minerals and we are currently taking action to defeat the Senator Durbin Bill (S.722) that seeks to restrict DSHEA with his move to require dietary supplement manufacturers to submit Adverse Event Reports, to institute a pre-approval process with the FDA for all dietary supplements that are stimulants, and to re-classify anabolic-steroid dietary supplements as Controlled Substances. The other NHF battles include opposing S.1780, S.1538, HR 207 and HR 3377 (considered the Son of Durbin bill). We are also supporting health-promoting legislation such as the Access To Medical Treatment Act and a repeal of the Kefauver Amendment of 1962 that gave the FDA expanded authority over drug "efficacy" and thus the ability to play favorites with drug companies. We are fighting ...
This is a tribute to the films of Fredric March-- a great actor and patriot. This video is designed to interest people into joining our facebook movie group: The Fredric March Film Society.
The Minnesota Schubert Center Presents Groundbreaker Battle 2009 ! DJ Nickolas on the beats, Carnage the Executioner the Emcee, Judges: Man Of God (Rhythm Attack) Adverse (Crooks) Emajyn (Self-X). Preliminary round New Heist (Remedee, Myth, Believe, Zombie, Anthony) VS Jungle Zookeepers (Kool Kev, Cheng, ...)
I Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897 1957) Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35 I. Moderato nobile Violin: Jascha Heifetz Conductor: Alfred Wallenstein Los Angeles Philharmonic Rec. 1957 --- There is a non-RCA recording of the Heifetz Korngold with Kurtz, which is amazing. However, my preference is his recording with Wallenstein the performance is equally translucent but this has great sound while the one with Kurtz has the old LP sounds. Besides, I have a little something about Wallenstein an amazing cellist turned conductor. I will post a short cello recording played by him, I think. If interested, here are some of Erichs movie scores which are a big part of this concerto. The movies include: Juarez, Another Dawn, Anthony Adverse, and The Prince and The Pauper to name some, if not all.
II Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897 1957) Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35 II. Romance Violin: Jascha Heifetz Conductor: Alfred Wallenstein Los Angeles Philharmonic Rec. 1957 --- There is a non-RCA recording of the Heifetz Korngold with Kurtz, which is amazing. However, my preference is his recording with Wallenstein the performance is equally translucent but this has great sound while the one with Kurtz has the old LP sounds. Besides, I have a little something about Wallenstein an amazing cellist turned conductor. I will post a short cello recording played by him, I think. If interested, here are some of Erichs movie scores which are a big part of this concerto. The movies include: Juarez, Another Dawn, Anthony Adverse, and The Prince and The Pauper to name some, if not all.
Talk with Mr. Anthony Harrison in Ft Lauderdale, Florida about the adverse effects of eating meat. He knows much about history. Visit the African Book Store and let Mr. Harrison know that you saw him on 411Business.com
Experimental non-narrative film shot in 16mm in Kyoto, Japan. This is a final screening version with added score by Aldo Perez. The double-layered ghost images were done with an appearance by Stephanye Dussud, a New York-based actress. Initially this project was inspired from visions of walking in and out of old Buddhist temple corridors, as if lost in the labyrinth of day dream, also as a homage to 1950's and '60's Japanese films with ghost images, but as the editing went on, it took on additional meaning. Official selection: Harrisburg Film Festival 2009 Flickering Film Festival in Chicago 2009 Tregor International Film Festival, France -awarded for best score (Aldo Perez) 2009 Strasbourg film festival, France 2009 Festival du Nouveau Cinema 38 edition, Montreal
stylized descent into madness is a tour de force both for the actress and for director William Dieterle. Claude Rains and Gale Sondergaard, as Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie, in essence repeat their diabolical characterizations from Anthony Adverse (1936), while John Garfield is singularly miscast as Pofirio Diaz. The best performance is delivered by Brian Aherne, whose kindly, honorable Emperor Maximillian is less a despot than a misguided political pawn. When Aherne, about to be executed ...
With the 24-second shot clock running down on one possession, he froze Mickael Pietrus with a head fake and then sliced between Howard and Rashard Lewis, who looked as if they might applaud him, too. Moments later, Bryant whipped a pass to teammate Trevor Ariza, who buried a 3-pointer to make it 80-58. Bryant pumped both fists and yelled toward Ariza. But this time, Bryant, who can be demanding of those around him, was offering support. Accused of being aloof and selfish, he has become a ...
, too. Moments later, Bryant whipped a pass to teammate Trevor Ariza who buried a 3-pointer to make it 80-58. Bryant pumped both fists and yelled toward Ariza. But this time, Bryant, who can be demanding of those around him, was offering support. Accused of being aloof and selfish, he has become a better teammate and a better leader. On the eve of Game 1, Bryant said winning his first title since teammate Shaquille ONeal(notes) was traded in 2004 was not that important to him. Bryant ...
Rep. Anthony Weiner has made the regrettable, if realistic, decision to drop out of the mayor's race, leaving Controller William Thompson to carry the Democratic banner into battle against Michael Bloomberg.
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Not the special 8 minute 'roadshow' trailer alas but still wonderful. Korngold won his first Oscar for this core.
Not the special 8 minute 'roadshow' trailer alas but still wonderful. Korngold won his first Oscar for this core.
Gale Sondergaard won the first Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1936, for her performance as a manuplitive maid in Anthony Adverse.
Gale Sondergaard won the first Best Supporting Actress Oscar in 1936, for her performance as a manuplitive maid in Anthony Adverse.
and engaing such city cops to cooperate there. They get paid for all this! Next in Johnson City Pedarnales river bank they got a victinity where the cops are more than lethargic in easying their hands for any vicious crime. Watch this rawly framed Johnson cop who could not get my picture whenever it's in scientific term in the web and my car is broke off transmmission problem in Newyear days brightest lights there beside the cave/ well where they made a trafficcing on Brian to put him ...