Smith Brothers

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1980 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1980 - Alphabetically - #
... and Héctor Elizondo Any Which Way You Can, starring Clint Eastwood, Geoffrey Lewis, William Smith, Barry Corbin, Ruth Gordon Arrebato (Rapture), cult film - (Spain) Atlantic City, directed by Louis ... directed by Jiří Menzel - (Czechoslovakia) D Dadar Kirti (Deeds of My Elder Brother) - (India) Death Watch (La Mort en direct), directed by Bertrand Tavernier, starring Romy Schneider and Harvey Keitel ... starring Cloris Leachman and Charles Martin Smith Hero at Large, starring John Ritter and Anne Archer Hey Babe!, starring Yasmine Bleeth and Buddy Hackett - (Canada ...
Characters in "Inspector Ghote Hunts The Peacock"
... Jack Smith Eldest of the Smith brothers, a criminal trio who run a protection racket and who are possibly involved with drugs ... Pete Smith Described as "not right in the head" by Ghote's informant, Pete keeps a dangerous dog and appears to be mentally disabled ... Billy Smith Youngest of the Smith brothers, Pete flirted with Ranee but failed to achieve a relationship ...
The Smith Brothers
... The Smith Brothers (or Smith Bros.), also known as The BEATSMITHz, are a hip hop production duo based in New York City ... Shawn and Jabar Smith,are brothers, born and raised in Queens, New York, and are 2 out 5 siblings, another being hip hop producer Jimi Kendrix ... In the late 1990s Shawn Smith, got his first break producing on Kelly Price's debut CD, Soul of a Woman which was certified platinum in 2000 ...

Famous quotes containing the words brothers and/or smith:

    Wi’ joy unfeigned brothers and sisters meet,
    An’ each for other’s weelfare kindly spiers:
    The social hours, swift-winged, unnoticed fleet;
    Each tells the uncos that he sees or hears;
    The parents, partial, eye their hopeful years;
    Anticipation forward points the view:
    Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    If you wish to make a man look noble, your best course is to kill him. What superiority he may have inherited from his race, what superiority nature may have personally gifted him with, comes out in death.
    —Alexander Smith (1830–1867)