Some articles on anderson:
... Elvis, which was made as an affectionate Thunderbirds pastiche (with Anderson co-producing), and by Lady Penelope and Parker appearing in a successful series of UK ... The fan base for the Anderson shows was now worldwide and growing steadily, and Anderson found himself in demand for personal and media appearances ... In response to this greater demand Anderson performed a successful one-man show in 1992, which Archer had written and constructed ...
... Leon Ames, actor Morey Amsterdam, actor and comedian Carl David Anderson, Nobel Prize winning scientist Ernie Anderson, television announcer Mignon Anderson, actress Lois Andrews ...
... Gerry Anderson MBE (born 14 April 1929) is a British publisher, producer, director and writer, famous for his futuristic television programmes, particularly those involving specially modified ... was originally formed with partners Arthur Provis (hence AP Films – Anderson Provis Films), Reg Hill and John Read ... Supermarionation series (prompted by Saturday morning re-runs in the UK) led to new Anderson productions being commissioned ...
... in a reported clandestine deal to place the Texas Democrat Robert Anderson on the 1956 Republican ticket as vice president ... when Dwight Eisenhower retained Richard Nixon in the second slot, Anderson received a million dollars for his efforts and a subsequent appointment as treasury secretary, the same position that Connally ... Moreover, in another irony, Anderson had been Eisenhower's first Navy secretary, the post that Connally filled for John F ...
... Anderson was unhappy with this treatment, and David Sherwin worked on the script ... problems at the time, which necessitated Anderson writing a few scenes himself, a skill he did not feel he had ... Anderson found working with Czech cinematographer Miroslav Ondříček much less rewarding than he had on if.. ...
More definitions of "Anderson":
- (noun): United States author whose works were frequently autobiographical (1876-1941).
Synonyms: Sherwood Anderson
- (noun): United States dramatist (1888-1959).
Synonyms: Maxwell Anderson
- (noun): United States physicist who studied the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems (1923-).
Synonyms: Philip Anderson, Philip Warren Anderson, Phil Anderson
- (noun): United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993).
Synonyms: Marian Anderson
Famous quotes containing the word anderson:
“They tell me theres some people in this world takes a bath every week!”
—Maxwell Anderson (18881959)
“... the ... radio station played a Chopin polonaise. On all the following days news bulletins were prefaced by Chopinpreludes, etudes, waltzes, mazurkas. The war became for me a victory, known in advance, Chopin over Hitler.”
—Margaret Anderson (18861973)
“A lot of pop music is about stealing pocket money from children.”
—Ian Anderson (b. 1947)