1st Testament

  • . He excelled in baseball and swimming in college and was trained in theatre at Pomona College and University of Southern California
  • . ABOUT THE FILMMAKER Young Man Kang studied fine arts at Hong-ik University in Seoul, Korea

    Talking with Con Pederson
  • . He's now a professor of psycho-linguistics at Oregon University

    A Woburn Skeptic's Page
  • . ''A Civil Action'' is now used as a teaching material in over 50 law schools, and Marilyn Berger, a Seattle University law professor, persuaded Skinner to contribute about three hours of videotape for curriculum use

    Cat People
  • . Webb, a graduate of Columbia University (and composer of the university’s "fight song”) was a cofounder of ASCAP in 1914


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    Hollywood Jesus - ET The Extra-Terrestrial
  • . Review by Ken Priebe Ken's Web Site: Ken earned his BFA from University of Michigan School of Art and Design, where he majored in film and animation

    Greatest Films - The Exorcist
  • . Downstairs in the kitchen, Chris instructs housekeeper Karl (Rudolf Schundler) to purchase traps for "rats in the attic." The next minimalist scene introduces other film characters and a 'film within a film.' On the Georgetown University campus, Chris emerges from a movie-set trailer on the set of Warner Bros
  • . (Later, Chris expresses how she despises the film when she describes the movie as "kinda like the, uh, Walt Disney version of the Ho Chi Minh story...") [William Peter Blatty makes a brief cameo appearance as an upset producer, telling the director: "Is the scene really essential? Would you just consider it, whether or not..."] The scene that is being filmed at the Catholic school dramatizes early 1970s student protest that threatens to tear down the historic stone walls of the university
  • . One of the curious onlookers among a crowd of students, a Jesuit priest (in black) from the university, named Father Damien Karras (Jason Miller in his debut screen role), smiles amusedly after overhearing their conversation

    Masculine Identity in the Service Class
  • . She is about American political activists, working on a documentary and pursuing graduate work in sociology at Temple University in Philadelphia
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  • . he’s everywhere, ” he joked at Stanford University, waving his arms bogeyman-like

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  • . GEORGE CLOONEY (Director / Co-Writer / ‘Fred Friendly') - See About the Crew PATRICIA CLARKSON (Shirley Wershba) Patricia Clarkson began acting in school plays in her early teens and, after studying speech at Louisiana State University, she transferred to Fordham University in New York, where she graduated summa cum laude with a degree in theatre arts
  • . This year, she finished production on three films: "All the King's Men, " and two independent films, "The Dying Gaul, " which will be released in November 2005, and "The Woods." She also co-starred in Disney's box office hit "Miracle" and returned to the stage in Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire." JEFF DANIELS (Sigfried "Sig" Mickelson) After attending Central Michigan University, Jeff Daniels later joined the Circle Repertory Company in New York and, soon after, performed in Corinne Jacker's "My Life" with the late Christopher Reeve and William Hurt
  • . FRANK LANGELLA (William Paley) After studying drama at Syracuse University, Frank Langella joined the Lincoln Center Repertory company as one of the original repertory company members

    The SF, Horror and Fantasy Film Review: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
  • . Indeed during this author's university years it became difficult to attend certain parties without being assailed by someone who would block quote various sections of Hitch Hiker's

    Greatest Films: Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)
  • . Indiana Jones, in a university classroom
  • . Marcus has brought two people to visit Jones at the university - both men are U
  • . In a large amphitheatre-type lecture hall, Jones is told that his notoriety is well-known: "Professor of Archaeology, Expert on the Occult, and uh, how does one say it? Obtainer of Rare Antiquities." The two agents know his background - he was an understudy for Professor Ravenwood at the University of Chicago, but Jones informs them that he hasn't spoken to Ravenwood in ten years (after a "falling out"), and last heard of him somewhere in Asia

    The One Lion
  • . Lewis, in which the author explains the meaning of the "Chronicles of Narnia, " has donated it to a university in the author's hometown of Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • . Lewis Reading Room at Queen's University's new $80 million library when it opens in 2009


    Reel Faces: Miracle

  • . Billy is currently studying business management at the University of Minnesota, the same school where his father played college hockey
  • . This included Michael Mantenuto (Jack O'Callahan in the film), who was a theater major at the University of Maine, where he also played Division I hockey
  • . Patrick O'Brien Demsey (Mike Eruzione) played college hockey for two years, and Eric Peter-Kaiser (Mark Johnson) was a drama student at Potsdam University NY where he was playing Division 3 college hockey
  • . Commuters slowed down to pay their respects, spotting the hockey jersey and the University of Minnesota hat on the side of the road

    Robin Hood Films
  • sting of Robin Hood movies from the University of Rochester's Robin Hood Project.
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    The Phantom Menace: A Response to Critics
  • . Whatever Menand's skills as a City University of New York (CUNY) English professor, his envy and sour grapes seem to have blocked all genuinely critical faculties, as we shall see
  • . I originally saw the movie screened on campus at the University of Hawaii in 1972

    Kinoeye: Suspiria
  • . In 1996, Duke University Press published her book Entertaining the Third Reich: Illusions of Wholeness in Nazi Cinema
  • . Carol Clover, Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1992)
  • . Raymond Bellour, "The Unattainable Text." In The Analysis of Film , ed Constance Penley (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000), 21-27

    The LowComDom Online Film Reviews: Tron
  • . I was graduating from the university, Atari was at its peak, and Disney was the target of a hostile takeover

    Vampyres Film List
  • . Cohen) Saturday the Fourteenth Strikes Back Scariest Moments From Dark Shadows (England 1970, Dir.Roy Ward Baker) (USA 1970, Film Co.University of Kansas, Cast.Forrest J

    Basketball Movies
  • . Luisetti appeared after graduation from Stanford University
  • . The dramatized true story of the Texas Western College Miners (now called the University of Texas at El Paso) mens basketball team, which fielded history's first all African-American starting lineup of players to take a Division I national championship, and surprisingly winning the 1966 NCAA tournament title
  • . The team started five black players and defeated the all white University of Kentucky team (known as Rupps Runts), coached by the legendary Adolph Rupp

    Screen Memories
  • . Those that believe the abduction scenario aren't necessarily unintelligent, its chief proponents include New York artist Budd Hopkins; Temple University Professor of History, David Jacobs; and Pulitzer Prize winning author and Harvard psychiatrist, John Mack

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