Internet Movie Database: The Country Bears

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    Warner Independent Pictures - Good Night, And Good Luck
  • . All these men will become broadcast legends, but right now, their careers are just beginning

    Grudge Match: Freddy vs. Jason
  • mical story putting these two horror legends together.
    World Wide Web Fights presents WWWF GRUDGE MATCH The Setting It's a warm, spring evening in the woods of Crystal Lake, and a lone van drives into the camp

    The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
  • . During the titles and credits, the viewer is informed that the quasi-historical story of the rogue outlaw is "Based Upon Ancient Robin Hood Legends, " although the film also borrowed from old English ballads and Sir Walter Scott's 1819 novel Ivanhoe , with its emphasis on the oppressive treatment of the Saxons by the Norman knights


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  • . fame) is loved by many fans for his dark take on many of our common legends, society, and popular culture (Batman, Sleepy Hollow, Edward Scissorhands)

    The Celebrity Cafe: Sleepy Hollow
  • . It's one of the first urban legends we still fear today, thanks to Tim Burton

    Krazy Kevin's Kino Korner - A Thousand Arabs
  • . None of this should come as a surprise when you consider that director Edward Zwick is the fellow who was responsible for Legends of the Fall

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  • morous description of a 'grudge-match' between the two legends.
    World Wide Web Fights Presents The Scenario It's just past midnight in an upstate New York town
  • . fame) is loved by many fans for his dark take on many of our common legends, society, and popular culture (Batman, Sleepy Hollow, Edward Scissorhands)

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    Urban Legends: Does Donald Duck call Daffy Duck a 'nigger'?
  • . (Requires the G2 version of RealPlayer.)       Listen to Donald Duck Last updated:   30 December 1998 The URL for this page is http://www.snopes.com/disney/films/donald.htm Urban Legends Reference Pages © 1995-2003 by Barbara and David P

    Green Man Review: The Witches (1990)
  • . It arises from legends about Jews, Romani and Christian heretics, and English and German performers of hearth magic

  • . (Posted June 20) Special Interest: "Blossoms of Fire" is a 2006 documentary on the women of the Juchitan, "Mexico's matriarchy, " whose beauty and strength have inspired legends and songs for centuries, as well as recent tabloid stories about male harems and free love, The docu sets out to separate fact from fiction; $29.95 from New Yorker Video ..

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  • . Legends in Pinstripes Three-disc set of baseball documentaries: "Mantle, " "Babe Ruth: The Life Behind the Legend" and "Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?" $29.92


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  • . Scheimer details his entry into the business working for legends like Chuck Jones and Joseph Barbera, his connection to Bozo the Clown, and the con job that led to the Filmation Superman cartoons

    Women find place in humor's boys' club
  • . She worked with the legends; Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Jay Ward, even Ross Bagdasian Jr

    Urban Legends Reference Pages: Disney
  • gends and myths about Walt Disney, the Walt Disney Company, and Disney films and theme parks.
          Disney Legends Urban Legends Reference Pages: No phenomenon in popular culture has inspired more legends, myths, and rumors than Walt Disney
  • . Intensely private yet always on the leading edge of the very public entertainment industry, Walt Disney was a man of tremendous achievements and a contradictory nature destined to be the stuff of legends
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    Mr. Heitman's Wonderful World of Disney
  • . THE MAN BEHIND THE NAME WALT DISNEY HAS MADE A PERMANENT "MOUSEPRINT" "To translate the world's great fairy tales, thrilling legends, stirring folk tales into visual theatrical presentations, and to get back warm response of audiences in many lands has been for me an experience and a lifetime satisfaction beyond all value." Animation historians love to say "It all started with a mouse"

    Urban Legends Reference Pages: Disney
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    The Warner Brothers Cartoon Companion: Arthur Davis
  • . The Davis cartoons may lack the high polish of contemporary Freleng efforts, but Davis, greatly assisted by writersBill Scott (the future co-creator of Bullwinkle) and Lloyd Turner, turned out a number of solidly funny cartoons, particularly thosestarring Daffy Duck, such as What Makes Daffy Duck? (1948), whose closing gag of sign-switching for changing hunting seasons mayhave inspired the so-called Hunters Trilogy of Chuck Jones cartoons.Davis' sole Bugs Bunny cartoon, Bowery Bugs (1949), takesplace in New York, where Davis was from, and manages to have Bugs comeacross very nicely as a rascally con artist duping Steve Brodie andeventually forcing him to jump from the Brooklyn Bridge (Brodie, whowas a saloon keeper, was indeed a real-life character of gaslit era ofNew York who supposedly jumped from the Bridge in one of the mostvivid legends of that city, which Davis almost certainly would havebeen familiar with.) Davis, alas, fell victim to the cost-cutting that wracked Hollywoodafter the Paramount decrees broke up theproduction/distribution/exhibition integration the movie studios likeWB had

    A GIANT Among Animators
  • . From the first time he put ink to film at age 11, through his teenage apprenticeship under the wings of Disney legends, through his more recent work on "King of the Hill, " Bird has been building up toward something big coming out of the end if his pencil

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