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Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor baseball born 1986, baseball player Andrew Taylor Australian footballer born 1965, VFL/AFL player Andy Taylor footballer, born 1988, English footballer Andrew Taylor cricketer 1838–1901, English cricketer Andrew Taylor cyclist born ...

Frank Burke

Frank Burke may refer to: Frank W. Burke 1920–2007, American politician Frankie Burke 1915–1983, American actor Frank Burke hurler born 1952, Irish hurler Frank Burke Australian politician 1876–1949, Speaker of the New South Wales Legislative Ass ...

Peter James

Peter James may refer to: Peter James rugby union born 1935, rugby union player who represented Australia Peter Francis James born 1956, African-American actor and voice-over artist Peter James writer born 1948, British writer of crime fiction an ...

Martha Bodunrin

Bodunrin was born in 1952. She qualified as a teacher in 1971. She joined the Peoples Democratic Party and was their candidate. In 2010 she was a member of the House of Representatives when massacres happened in the villages of around the city of ...

Ronald Napier

Ronald Stuart Napier is a South African former first-class cricketer. Born at Cape Town in October 1935, Napier was educated in England at Eton College, before going up to Trinity College, Oxford. While studying at Oxford, he made a single appear ...

Lisbon (disambiguation)

Lisbon, Iowa Lisbon, Florida Lisbon, Illinois Lisbon, Ohio Columbiana County Lisbon, Louisiana Lisbon, Connecticut Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin, a town Lisbon, Maine Lisbon, Clark County, Ohio Lisbon, New York Lisbon, Maryland Lisbon, Califor ...

Kitchen (disambiguation)

The Kitchen art space, an art space in New York City The Kitchen album, a 2013 album by Hieroglyphics The Kitchen play, a 1957 play by Arnold Wesker Kitchen novel, a 1993 novel by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto

The Hot Port of Hong Kong

The Hot Port of Hong Kong or Hong Kong Hot Harbor is a 1962 Italian-West German crime film directed by Jurgen Roland and starring Marianne Koch, Klausjurgen Wussow and Dominique Boschero. The films sets were designed by the art director Hans Bert ...

Running Man

Running Man, a musical by Cornelius Eady and Diedre Murray "The Running Man" short story, by Bill Pronzini The Running Man novel, a 1982 novel by Stephen King under the pseudonym Richard Bachman The Running Man Bauer novel, by Michael Gerard Bauer

Loner (disambiguation)

The Loner film, a 1988 American TV film directed by Abel Ferrara The Loner, a 1960s American western TV series 1965 to 1966 The Loners 2009 film, Israeli 2009 film Loners 2000 film, a 2000 Czech comedy film Loner The Secret Circle, an episode of ...

Informer (disambiguation)

An informer, or informant, is a person who provides privileged information to an agency. Informer may also refer to: "Informer" song, a 1992 song by Snow from 12 Inches of Snow The Informers, a 1994 short story anthology The Washington Informer, ...

Dreamer

Dreamer advertisement, a 2001 advertising campaign for Guinness Dreamer novel, a 1988 novel by Daniel Quinn Dreamer 2005 film, a 2005 film starring Dakota Fanning and Kurt Russell Dreamer 1979 film, a 1979 telefilm Nia Nal, also known as Dreamer, ...

Suspect (disambiguation)

The Suspect 1916 film, an American silent film Suspect, a 2007 made-for-TV film directed by Guy Ritchie Suspect TV series, a 2008 British childrens TV series featuring mystery solving "Suspect," an episode of American television series Smallville ...

High roller (disambiguation)

High Roller Stratosphere, a steel roller coaster atop Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas, Nevada, US, from 1996 to 2005 High Roller Valleyfair, a wooden roller coaster at Shakopee, Minnesota, US, built in 1976 High Roller Ferris wheel, on the Las Vega ...

Police Story

Police Story may refer to: Once a Cop, a 1993 spinoff film of Police Story 3: Super Cop New Police Story, 2004 Crime Story, a 1993 film also known as New Police Story Police Story 2013, 2013 Police Story 3: Super Cop, 1992 Police Story film serie ...

Once Upon a Time

Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, a spin-off of Once Upon a Time "Once Upon a Time" TV series, a 2011 American fantasy drama Once Upon a Time. The Americas, in 1991 Once Upon a Time. Life, in 1987 Once Upon a Time. Planet Earth, in 2008 Once Upon a ...

Bad Blood

Bad Blood TV series, a 2017 Canadian TV series Bad Blood, a 1989 film starring Georgina Spelvin Bad Blood, a 1994 film starring Lorenzo Lamas Batman: Bad Blood, a 2016 animated film Bad Blood, a 2012 Swedish television movie based on the novel On ...

Greg Baise

Gregory W. "Greg" Baise is an American politician. He previously served as the longtime President and CEO of the Illinois Manufacturers Association. Before that, Baise served in many political and governmental roles, including as Illinois Secreta ...

Ethel Lawrence

Ethel Robinson Lawrence was a civil rights activist who was known as the "Rosa Parks of affordable housing". Lawrence was the lead plaintiff in the Mount Laurel, New Jersey litigation for affordable housing, which led to the New Jersey Fair Housi ...

Running Wild

Running Wild 1973 film, a Western starring Lloyd Bridges "Running Wild" Queen of Swords, an episode of Queen of Swords Running Wild with Bear Grylls, a 2014 NBC TV series with Bear Grylls Running Wild 1927 film, a silent film directed by Gregory ...

Gregory Darling

Darling was born in San Diego, California but moved to Los Angeles at the age of 4. By the age of 10, he had passed the audition for the Mitchell Boys Choir founded by Bob Mitchell in Hollywood, California where he studied music theory from 1974 ...

Bordertown

Bordertown 1989 TV series, a 1989–1991 Canadian-French western drama television series Bordertown American TV series, a 2016 American animated television series Bordertown Australian TV series, a 1995 Australian television series Bordertown Finni ...

Seven Days

7 Days film Les 7 jours du talion, 2010 Canadian thriller film Seven Days 1925 film, American silent film Seven Days, also known as Shiva, 2008 film by Ronit Elkabetz and her brother Shlomi Seven Days 2007 film, South Korean crime thriller film

Dvor massacre

Due to the bombing on the first day of Croatias Operation Storm, August 4, 1995, residents from a nursery home and patients from a psychiatric ward were evacuated from the village of Petrinja to Dvor. They were transferred to a school surrounded ...

Gamble (disambiguation)

To gamble is to participate in gambling, staking something of value on an event with an uncertain outcome. Gamble, Gambling or Gambler may also refer to:

Following (disambiguation)

Following is a 1998 British neo-noir film directed by Christopher Nolan. Following may also refer to: Cult following, a group of fans who are highly dedicated to a specific area of pop culture

Neverland (disambiguation)

Neverland is the fictional island in the writings of J. M. Barrie, the home of Peter Pan. Neverland, Never Land, or Never Land may also refer to:

Porter

Porter Motor Company, defunct U.S. car manufacturer Porter Chemical Company, a defunct U.S. toy manufacturer of chemistry sets H.K. Porter, Inc., a locomotive manufacturer Porter Airlines, Canadian regional airline based in Toronto

El Muerto (disambiguation)

El Muerto is a Spanish term that translates as "The Dead One". It may refer to: In film: El Muerto film, 2007 film adaptation of the independent comic book starring Wilmer Valderrama Cacique Bandeira, also known as El Muerto 1975 Argentine film b ...

Who Are You (disambiguation)

"Who Are You", a song by Carrie Underwood from Blown Away "Who Are You?" song, a 1996 song by Eternal "Who Are You", a song by Jolin Tsai from 1019 "Who Are You", a song by Tom Waits from Bone Machine "Who Are You" Emine Sari song, 2015 Who Are Y ...

Public enemy (disambiguation)

The term public enemy was first widely used in the United States in the 1930s to describe individuals whose activities were seen as criminal and extremely damaging to society. Public enemy or public enemies may also refer to:

Leverage

Leverage or leveraged may refer to: Leverage TV series, an American comedy-drama crime series Leverage South Korean TV series, a 2019 television series Leverage football, a personal foul in American football Leverage album, a 2012 album by Lyriel ...

Forgotten

The Forgotten 2004 film, a psychological thriller film The Forgotten 2003 film, a Korean War film Forgotten 2013 film, a 2013 Bolivian film The Forgotten 1989 film, a television action movie for the USA Network directed by James Keach Forgotten 2 ...

Henry Hallam (actor)

Henry Hallam was an actor. He began his career singing on stage in England and then Australia and on tour in Australasia and India. He later appeared in silent films in the U.S. He was born in London.

Captain Midnight (disambiguation)

Captain Midnight is a U.S. adventure franchise that began with a radio show. Captain Midnight may also refer to: On the Air Live with Captain Midnight, a 1979 movie with a character who used "Captain Midnight" as an alias "Capt. Midnight", a song ...

Defiance

Defiance 1980 film, a crime drama starring Jan-Michael Vincent Defiance play, a 2005 play by John Patrick Shanley Defiance 2008 film, a World War II film starring Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber Defiance TV series, a science fiction TV series HMA ...

Voice in the Night

"The Voice in the Night", a story by William Hope Hodgson Voices in the Night: Rare Stories by William Hope Hodgson 2009 Voices in the Night, by Charles Albertson 1943 Voices in the Night, by Andrew Coburn author 1994 Voices in the Night, stories ...

Roy Best (prison warden)

Roy Best was an American prison warden, film actor, and political candidate for Governor of Colorado. He is best remembered for his wardenship of the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility, an infamous prison in Cañon City, Colorado, and for ...

Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana often refers to: Morgan le Fay or Fata Morgana, a sorceress in Arthurian legend Fata Morgana mirage, an optical phenomenon Fata Morgana may also refer to:

Robert Sweitzer

Robert M. Sweitzer was an American politician. A Democrat, Sweitzer served as Cook County Clerk for 24 years, and briefly served as Cook County Treasurer until his removal from office due to allegations of financial impropriety. Sweitzer was his ...

Stephen Wright

Stephen Wright may refer to: Stephen Wright journalist born 1968, British crime journalist Stephen Wright English footballer born 1980, English footballer Stephen Wright cricketer 1897–1975, English cricketer Stephen Wright writer born 1946, writ ...

Whitechapel (disambiguation)

Whitechapel is a district in London. Associated with it are: Whitechapel UK Parliament constituency Whitechapel and St Georges UK Parliament constituency Whitechapel Computer Works, a defunct computer company Whitechapel Bell Foundry Whitechapel ...

Cat and mouse (disambiguation)

"Cat and Mouse", a mid-1950s episode of US television series The Adventures of Ellery Queen Cat & Mouse 1958 film, a 1958 British crime drama film "Cat and Mouse", a 2010 episode of US television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars Cat and Mouse 197 ...

Turning Point

The Turning Point 1983 film, an East German film by Frank Beyer Turning Point 2012 film, a 2012 drama film by Niyi Towolawi Turning Point 2009 American film, a documentary film on the travels of Michelle Yeoh The Turning Point, a 1914 silent film ...

Little Red Riding Hood (disambiguation)

Red Riding Hood Once Upon a Time known as Red Lucas, also known as Ruby, a character from the ABC television series Once Upon a Time. Little Red Riding Hood Shrek, a character in the Shrek franchise

Dorothy Davis

Dorothy Davis American film actress born 1914, in Night Fright etc. Dorothy Patrick Davis 1921–1987, American model and actress best known as Dorothy Patrick Dorothy Davis 1897–1993, Canadian actress, founder of Montreal Childrens Theatre

From Now On

From Now On may refer to: From Now On Robin S. album, a 1997 album by Robin S. "From Now On" Supertramp song, a 1977 song by Supertramp From Now On Sonny Fortune album, 1996 "From Now On", a 2017 song by Lala Hsu from The Inner Me From Now On Wil ...

Karl Holton

Karl Holton worked at the Los Angeles County Probation Department from the late 1920s to early 1960s. During his career, Holton became the head of the countys probation department in 1938 before moving to the California Youth Authority in 1943. F ...

Hummingbird (disambiguation)

A hummingbird is a member of a family of very small birds. Hummingbird may also refer to: In music: Hummingbird Local Natives album, a 2013 studio album by Local Natives Humming Bird Paul Gonsalves album Hummingbird Jessica Robinson album, a 2005 ...

Red Circle

Red Circle may refer to: Red Circle law firms, a group of elite Chinese law firms Revolutionary Marxist Group Canada, a Canadian Marxist group Red Circle publishing, Martin Goodmans group of pulp magazine publishing corporations Red Circle typefa ...