All That Heaven Allows (1955)

  • . Drama, comedy, all life's parade at your fingertips, ' goes the spiel.) Pointedly, the set never gets turned on; it's seen but once again, reflecting flames from the fireplace, the focal point of simpler, less sophisticated times, and the values Hudson embodies

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  • . The defendants lined up a parade of distinguished experts to back up this assertion, and those experts' opinion has worn well with time: Later studies have steadily lessened fears of a link between TCE and leukemias or other human cancers

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  • . For the 1995-96 TV season, Donovan joined the parade of film stars who turned to sitcoms, heading the cast of "Partners" opposite Jon Cryer

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  • . Even the thinnest blockbuster would be hard-pressed to justify such questionable foundations -- how do you turn a 10-minute parade of animatronics into a recognizable plot? -- but Pirates proved it could be done


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  • . Genre: Comedy Color or b/w: Color Production Co(s).: Buena Vista; Leo Productions; Mandeville Films; Walt Disney Pictures Released By: Buena Vista MPAA Rating: PG Parental Rating: Acceptable for children Running Time: 86 Jake Wilkinson Allie Eddie Jake's Father Carolyn Tracey Nolan Max Marjorie "Tom Tom Girl" Mary "Tom Tom Girl" Darlene Esteban "Tom Tom Girl" Gloria Gabby "Tom Tom Girl" Mama Ian The Brandt-Man The Murph-Man The Ken-Man Little Girl in Hospital Little Boy at Bus Station Wendy Richards Clyde Older Lady on the Bus Service Man Bellhop Pizza Eating Santa Mayor Wilson Kenyan Santa Taxi Driver Ticket Agent Parade Manager Angel Fraulein Maid Race Official #1 Groundskeeper Producer Exec

  • . May 31 Darabont to Scribe Indy IV After a parade of rumored writers over the past year or so, perhaps this latest story, covered by the likes of and, will stick
  • . 22 Publicist Rains on Indy IV Parade is reporting that despite the big news straight from Spielberg's mouth, his publicist Marvin Levy, tempers his words saying, "They have a story for an Indy 4, which George Lucas, Harrison and Steven have been working toward, [but] They don't have a script." Also, he insists that "It's not his next picture

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  • . Praise you, Jesus! Fidel: If you do not do as I say, I will send a strongly worded letter of protest and have thousands of hired protesters have a parade in Havana! Have you ever seen ten thousand deluded overweight grandmothers sweating in the hot sun to celebrate my leadership in turning Cuba into the second poorest nation in North America? Muhahaha! Tina's hair is much scarier

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  • . Howard Beale, meanwhile, has become the darling of the media after his triumphant return, and he speaks behind a crushing tide of cameras following his last broadcast: "Every day, five days a week, for fifteen years, I've been sitting behind that desk, the dispassionate pundit, reporting with seemly detachment the daily parade of lunacies that constitute the news and just once I wanted to say what I really felt." His interview is intently watched by Diana from her apartment as she dispassionately sits naked with a young stud named Arthur Zangwill (Mitchell Jason)

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  • . First-time feature director Kenny Ortega is a choreographer first and foremost (he choreographed the fantastic parade sequence in Ferris Bueller's Day Off , for instance), but he does a fine job in both this capacity and as the film's helmer

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  • . Dorothy Dandridge's films include: A Day at the Races , 1937 Drums of the Congo , 1942 Hit Parade 1943, Atlantic City , 1944 Pillow to Post , 1945 Remains to Be Seen , 1953 Four Shall Die , 1946 Flamingo , 1947 Ebony Parade , 1947 Going Places , 1939 Lady from Louisiana , 1941 Sundown , 1941 Bahama Passage , 1942 Tarzan's Peril , 1951 The Harlem Globetrotters , 1951 Bright Road , 1951 Carmen Jones , 1954 * Island in the Sun , 1957 The Decks Ran Red , 1958 Tamango , 1959 Porgy and Bess , 1959 Malaga , 1962 * Dorothy Dandridge won an nomination as best actress for Carmen Jones in 1954: the first African-American actress ever nominated

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  • . I do a couple of teenage voices in one of those attractions and that's kind of fun and for any of the parades, like the traditional Christmas parade when you hear Snow White singing, that's me

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  • . He's certainly putting the ol' Mickey back to work." >< Mickey grins >< Next question: >< (Double_D) Can you tell us anything at all about the plans for Mickey and Minnie's 70th birthday party? >< >< RussiTaylor says, "So far, it's a surprise..." >< WayneAllwine says, "Even to us!" >< Mickey says, "Great! I love birthday surprises!" >< WayneAllwine says, "Alice says to watch for a big truck to go across the nation." >< Next question: >< (Mickey) Wayne & Russi, what other upcoming projects are you involved in (that you can talk about) as Mickey & Minnie -- plus anything else you're doing? >< >< RussiTaylor says, "Today I was a Laughing Bee for the Animal Kingdom parade." >< WayneAllwine says, "And we're both recording next week for the Cruise Line." >< RussiTaylor says, "Plus I'm doing some Grandmother Willow next week." >< RussiTaylor says, "And we also have a project of our own that we have written and produced


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  • . Your Hit Parade (Golden Goofers)

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  • . He stars in parades and stage shows, as well as strolling through the various parks and "goofing around" with guests
  • . He has also performed in "Walt Disney's World on Ice" and in arena shows such as "Disney on Parade." In 1992, Goofy became the first of the classic Disney "gang" (Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, and Goofy) to star in a new television series of his own, with the premiere of Buena Vista Television's "Goof Troop" in September

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  • . People in the experiment who were exposed to the false advertising were more likely to relate Bugs Bunny to other things at Disneyland not suggested in the ad, such as seeing Bugs and Mickey Mouse together or seeing Bugs in the Main Street Electrical Parade

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  • . On our last visit to Disney World I got to dance with the characters from The Little Mermaid float in the 25th Anniversary Parade

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  • . The Christmas Collectibles Festival on the other hand was a too expensive, too many days, fête of Hey, pay us money so you can have the privilege of buying more stuff you probably don’t need (most of it over priced), and we’ll feed you dinner (and a cold breakfast) and give you a special seat at that boring Christmas parade (Bring back the Very Merry Christmas Parade, I say!)
  • . During a brief interlude of shopping (It is Disney, okay? It always includes shopping), which yielded such treasures as, Main Street Electrical Parade Pumpkin Coach ($135.00), Boxed Embroidered T-shirt with Brass Logo Pin ($25.00), Cinderella Limited Edition Reuge Music Box ($700.00), and oval framed Cinderella Lenticular Rags to Riches ($95.00), hors d’oeuvres were served

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  • . A parade of weird characters comes onstage to do their turns, but the underlying plot grows murky and, amazingly for a Miyazaki film, we grow impatient at spectacle without meaning

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  • . Cohan in Yankee Doodle Dandy in 1942, and in Footlight Parade in 1933
  • . Another caricature as Bing Crowsby can be seen in The Woods Are Full of Cuckoos (Tashlin, 1937), another as a Crooner Crooner cigar in Wholly Smoke (Tashlin, 1938) with Rudy Vallee and yet another as Bon Crispy can be seen in The Penguin Parade (Avery, 1938)

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  • . From behind a great puff of smoke, the proceedings begin with a variation on the traditional circus' opening parade, but this a parade like none seen before
  • . A wild menagerie of imaginary creatures--performers in costumes to make a drag queen weep--walk and crawl and squirm their way onto the thrust stage as musicians parade through the aisles of the great tent

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