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Some articles on movie, movies:

Irving Klaw - Movie Star News
... His family business, which eventually became Movie Star News, began in 1939 when he and his sister Paula opened a struggling used bookstore at 209 East 14th Street in Manhattan ... After he discovered teenagers were frequently tearing out photos from his movie magazines, he started selling movie star stills and lobby photo cards ... East 14th Street and took on the name Movie Star News ...
The Forge Of God - Movie
... to be made into movies ... In July 2006 Greg Bear mentioned on his website that the movie is "Still under option ...
In Other Media - Film - Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze
... In 1975, producer and director George Pal produced the movie Doc Savage The Man of Bronze, starring Ron Ely as Doc Savage ... The movie was a critical failure and did poorly at the box-office ... Several articles and a later interview with Pal suggest the movie's failure had much to do with its loss of funding during filming, when the studio changed heads ...
Kikuko Inoue - Roles - Anime Films
... Motion Picture (Uraha) Ah! My Goddess The Movie (Belldandy) Cardcaptor Sakura The Movie (Yelan Li) Kiki's Delivery Service (Maki) Mobile Suit Gundam The 08th MS Team Miller's Report (Aina ...
Jean Giraud - Career - Films
... with director René Laloux to create the science fiction feature-length animated movie Les Maîtres du temps (released in English as Time Masters) based on a novel by Stefan Wul ... Adventures in Slumberland as well, he was a conceptual designer for the movie ... partly animated 1996 movie Space Jam ...

Famous quotes containing the word movie:

    The geometry of landscape and situation seems to create its own systems of time, the sense of a dynamic element which is cinematising the events of the canvas, translating a posture or ceremony into dynamic terms. The greatest movie of the 20th century is the Mona Lisa, just as the greatest novel is Gray’s Anatomy.
    —J.G. (James Graham)

    All you need for a movie is a gun and a girl.
    Jean-Luc Godard (b. 1930)

    The talk shows are stuffed full of sufferers who have regained their health—congressmen who suffered through a serious spell of boozing and skirt-chasing, White House aides who were stricken cruelly with overweening ambition, movie stars and baseball players who came down with acute cases of wanting to trash hotel rooms while under the influence of recreational drugs. Most of them have found God, or at least a publisher.
    Calvin Trillin (b. 1935)