Gene Fowler
American journalist
Gene Fowler
Gene Fowler (March 8, 1890 – July 2, 1960) was an American journalist, author and dramatist. He was born in Denver, Colorado. When his mother remarried, young Gene took his stepfather's name to become Gene Fowler. Fowler's career had a false start in taxidermy, which he later claimed gave him a permanent distaste for red meat. After a year at the University of Colorado, he took a job with The Denver Post.
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Province lagging in video game industry - Telegraph-Journal (registration)
Google News - over 5 years
Those video game businesses already in New Brunswick are "massively, hugely" affected by not having a tax-credit program similar to those in other provinces, said Gene Fowler, the founder of Miramichi animation and gaming company Loogaroo
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Northeast Breeze to Play Benefit Concert at John Street Church in Camden - VillageSoup Belfast
Google News - over 5 years
Band members include Patty Fowler, vocals and mandolin, Gene Fowler, banjo, guitar and backup singing, Josh Dyer,guitar and vocals and Mike Lash, bass and backup singing. The audience will be encouraged sing along and to move with the music - raise
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Media to High Country: "Roll Up Your Sleeves" - Go Blue Ridge
Google News - over 5 years
“We're urging our readers and our listeners and our viewers to come and support this,” said Gene Fowler, publisher of Mountain Times Publications and a Red Cross board of directors member. Each donor will receive a T-shirt and chances to win prizes
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Bobby Gene Thompson - Newport Independent
Google News - over 5 years
He was born March 24, 1960 in St. Louis, Mo., the son of Stanley Ray and Linda Gene (Fowler) Thompson. He married Miss Mary Haley on Nov. 11, 1978, and they enjoyed 31 years together. He was preceded in death by his father, Stanley Ray Thompson
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Sci-fi sizzlers, courtesy of TCM - Pittsburgh Post Gazette (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958) – Directed by Gene Fowler Jr. Though this sci-fi shocker's plot matches the confessional tone of its title (inspired by the director's 1957 I Was a Teenage Werewolf), the quality is far greater than that of a
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Success, Motivation, and Demotivation - PsychCentral.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
~Gene Fowler) (Note to indignant writers: I know writing is a job. It's what I do. I'm being facetious.) I can be demotivated in my writing by reading something really, really excellent. I get all hopeless and Eeyore about my own talent
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WSOP Story: Tutti i vincitori del Main Event! - Pokeritaliaweb la voce libera del poker in Italia
Google News - almost 6 years
Robert Baldwin vince nel 1978 e Hal Gene Fowler nel 1979. Il 1980 è l'anno di Stu Ungar, a detta di molti il più forte giocatore di poker sportivo di tutti i tempi. Stu ha la meglio sui 73 iscritti e si porta a casa braccialetto e 365.000 dollari di
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Import Fight in a Steel Town
NYTimes - almost 8 years
Jeff Rains, a retired steelworker at the sprawling mill here, made the discovery. Out walking a month ago, he waited impatiently at a rail crossing while a freight train slowly passed, its flatbed cars stacked with steel pipes, each wide enough for a child to crawl through. Then he noticed ''Made in India'' stenciled on the pipes. That observation
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TV REVIEW | 'THREE DELIVERY'; With 3 You Get Egg Roll And a Side of Adventure
NYTimes - over 8 years
''Three Delivery'' is a great-looking new prime-time cartoon on the Nicktoons network. Set in Chinatown in San Francisco, it features three young orphans who save the world nightly while delivering food for their adoptive Nana's restaurant, Wu's Garden. The action takes place after dark, and the animation is a riot of reds, greens and yellows: neon
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Will Fowler, Prolific Writer, 81
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Will Fowler, an author and journalist who was the first reporter on the scene of the famous Black Dahlia murder in Los Angeles, died here on Wednesday. He was 81. The cause was prostate cancer, his daughter Jenny Fowler-Adler said. Mr. Fowler was the author of several books, including a biography of his father, the prolific author and screenwriter
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FILM IN REVIEW; 'Ginger Snaps'
NYTimes - over 15 years
Directed by John Fawcett Not rated, 108 minutes The werewolf legend has been treated as a metaphor for the onset of puberty in a number of films, including Gene Fowler Jr.'s 1957 ''I Was a Teenage Werewolf'' and Rod Daniel's 1985 ''Teen Wolf.'' In comparison to the horror of the real thing, lycanthropy is almost a comforting explanation for all the
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SPARE TIMES
NYTimes - over 16 years
ATTRACTIONS Museums and Sites AMERICAN MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE, 34-12 36th Street, at 35th Avenue, Astoria, Queens. ''Behind the Mirror: American Film in the 1950's,'' through Sept. 3. Tomorrow at 2 p.m., John Sturges's ''Bad Day at Black Rock'' (1954); at 4:30 p.m., Emile De Antonio's ''Point of Order'' (1964). Sunday at 2 p.m., Richard
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Corrections
NYTimes - almost 19 years
A Reuters obituary of the film and television director Gene Fowler Jr. last Sunday misidentified the recipient of an Academy Award for the 1947 documentary ''Seeds of Destiny.'' The award went to the Army Pictorial Service of the Signal Corps, the producer of the film, not to Mr. Fowler, its editor.
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Gene Fowler Jr. Is Dead at 80; Won an Oscar For Directing
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Gene Fowler Jr., an Academy Award-winning film director and the maker of the horror movie classic ''I Was a Teen-Age Werewolf,'' died on Monday at his home in the Hollywood Hills of California. He was 80. In his career, Mr. Fowler edited or directed more than 100 movies and television shows, winning a Golden Globe and four Emmys, and an Oscar for
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Christopher Plummer Reigns As Barrymore
NYTimes - over 20 years
WITH THE CONFIDENCE of the superb actor he has become, and in the trim of an athlete, Christopher Plummer is here in a new play, giving an achingly funny, memorably strong and debonair performance that with any luck will astonish Broadway later this season. It is 40 years since Mr. Plummer first played ''Henry V'' with the Stratford Festival
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When Fact Is Stranger Than Fiction
NYTimes - over 20 years
To the Editor: Samuel G. Freedman's article about the Goldwater campaign's documentary ''Choice'' $(''The First Days of the Loaded Political Image,'' Sept. 1$), brought back memories; the more so because, unlike many reporters who have written about ''Choice'' for the last 30 years, Mr. Freedman did his homework and got it right. As the producer of
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RETURN OF THE PUNK PANTHER
NYTimes - over 21 years
ON A FRIDAY IN JULY, TWO DAYS BEFORE the new musical "Victor/Victoria" opened in Chicago, members of the company were running around the catacombs of the Shubert Theater, trying to figure out whether the next day was Blake Edwards's birthday. Theater people take these things seriously. Birthday lists are prominently posted, and the last member of
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Books of The Times; A Dirty Little Precursor Of Sound Bites and Polls
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The Campaign of the Century Upton Sinclair's Race for Governor of California and the Birth of Media Politics By Greg Mitchell Illustrated. 665 pages. Random House. $27.50. "The eyes of the world are on California," wrote a columnist for The San Francisco Chronicle. "From the end of the earth, we have become almost its center." That observation was
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Coastline Endangered By Man and by Nature
NYTimes - about 25 years
THE isolated coastline here, below 70-foot-high bluffs, gives every appearance of being a wildlife paradise. This is the season the elephant seals come up on the beach to give birth and to mate. Bull elephant seals with harems of 40 to 100 females loll in the sun and are cooled by the wind, emitting satisfied noises somewhere between a burp and a
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Gene Fowler
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1960
    Age 69
    Died in 1960.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1942
    Age 51
    Fowler was the subject of many colorful anecdotes. One told by his son, Will, concerns a scene outside of John Barrymore's hospital room in May 1942.
    More Details Hide Details A stranger entered the waiting room where John Decker and Fowler were sitting with reporters. "I am a healer," cried the stranger. "Just give me three minutes with Mr. Barrymore and I will cure him!" There was a moment of silence until Fowler arose, snatched the seemingly demented fellow by the scruff of his collar and threw him down the stairs, calling after him, "Physician, heal thyself!" Fowler was present at Barrymore's death, and he claimed (perhaps not seriously) that Barrymore's last words, spoken to Fowler, were: "Is it true that you're the illegitimate son of Buffalo Bill?" Fowler authored many witticisms both spoken and written. Two regarding the art of writing might suffice:
  • TWENTIES
  • 1916
    Age 25
    In 1916, Fowler married Agnes Hubbard who bore three children, the eldest of whom was Gene Fowler Jr. (1917–1998), a prominent Hollywood film editor (whose work included It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World and Hang 'Em High) and a sometime director (1959's I Was a Teenage Werewolf as well as numerous television programs).
    More Details Hide Details Gene Fowler died in Los Angeles, California. Fowler wrote or co-wrote screenplays for the following movies (partial list). Other of his works that became the basis for films include his stage play The Great Magoo, which was filmed as Shoot the Works (1934), and the book, Beau James: The Life & Times of Jimmy Walker, which was the basis for Beau James (1957).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1890
    Born
    Born in 1890.
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