Harley Cross
American actor
Harley Cross
Harley Cross is an American film and television actor. He appeared in the 1980s horror films The Believers and The Fly II; he was also featured in the 1989 film Cohen and Tate. His most recent role was in the 2004 film Kinsey and in 2000, "Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth". He is also the co-founder of Hint Mint, a candy company.
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Sunday announcements - Tiffin Advertiser Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
... Hanna Burks, Clara Adelsperger, Julia Daniel, Liz DeTray, Coil, Mitchell Heilman, Harley Cross, Chelsea Fitschen, Patricia Concepcion, Logan Shumaker, VonBlon, Elizabeth Schumacher, Lydia Hoepf, Logan Stillberger, Jessie Babcock, Tyler King, Poole,
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2011 Harley Cross Bones | Quick Look - Ultimate MotorCycling | News and Reviews
Google News - over 5 years
Nothing looks or feels like a springer front end, and Harley-Davidson owns that market with the Cross Bones, one of the grittiest looking bikes of the brand's offerings. Part of the Dark Custom series, the Softail chassis is driven by a Twin Cam 96B
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Senior softball all-stars seek return to state - Tbo.com
Google News - over 5 years
Members of the Zephyrhills senior softball all-stars: (top row from left) coach Dan Rodriguez, Ashley Seekins, Brittany Whitworth, Debbie Rodriguez, Justina Becker, Taylor Powell, Harley Cross, Emilee Combs, manager Matt Seekins; (bottom row from left)
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Victory Motorcycles: High-Ball - Hot Bike Magazine
Google News - almost 6 years
No matter the year, it's evident what Victory's intent is with this model: to go after Harley's Cross-Bones crowd. Seeing as how the H-Ball has more balls (10 more cubes) and costs about $3500 less than the X-Bones, we'd say 'ol Vic might have a
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Ngày hội môtô tại Đà Nẵng - VNExpress
Google News - almost 6 years
Harley Cross Bones 1600, CVO Street Glide, CVO Convertible, CanAm hay Ducati Hypermotard đã cùng nhau có mặt nhân dịp lễ hội pháo hoa quốc tế Đà Nẵng. Diễn ra vào 30/4 và 1/5, với sự tham gia của CLB Harley HOG Hà Nội, nhóm FB Hải Phòng,
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Review/Film; Crackups And Downs
NYTimes - over 25 years
"The Boy Who Cried Bitch," a more serious film than its terrible title suggests, tries to examine family dynamics between the deeply troubled 12-year-old Dan Love (Harley Cross) and his skittish, defensive mother Candice (Karen Young), who is clearly a huge part of Dan's problem. In the film's disturbing opening sequence, Candice comes home with a
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For Children
NYTimes - almost 26 years
'Access to Art: All Creatures Great and Small' Museum of American Folk Art 2 Lincoln Square Manhattan (212) 977-7298 Recommended ages: 2 and up Through June 16 The Museum of American Folk Art, across the street from Lincoln Center, encourages visitors to touch the carved folk-art animals in its "Access to Art: All Creatures Great and Small"
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Review/Film; Middle-Aged and Not Quite Middle Class
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Stanley and Iris are not the sorts of characters one often meets in movies these days. They're not exactly high-profile types. There are no extraterrestrials in their lives, no vice cops and not much of anything that could pass for comedy of the thigh-slapping kind. Stanley and Iris are not the sorts of characters one often meets in movies
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FILM: 'THE BELIEVERS,' FROM JOHN SCHLESINGER
NYTimes - almost 30 years
LEAD: WHEN Stephen King sits down to write ''Carrie'' or ''Children of the Corn'' or some other work of the horrible occult, you can bet that, somewhere down deep, he enjoys and even believes what he's doing. Writers can't easily fake the sort of enthusiasm and concentration that are apparent in Mr. King's hugely popular novels and stories, in
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THE SCREEN: 'CHILDREN'
NYTimes - over 30 years
JUST as you're about to get a little ill at the idyllic carryings-on at the start of ''Where Are the Children?,'' watching a pair of made-in-Hollywood kids frolic amid the fall foliage in Cape Cod while their mom looks on adoringly (yet with a shadow of concern), the kids are kidnapped - and a storm begins that lasts all day and all movie. What
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DIANE KEATON PORTRAYS 'MRS. SOFFEL'
NYTimes - over 32 years
''MRS. SOFFEL,'' the first American film by Gillian Armstrong, the Australian director of ''My Brilliant Career,'' is a very strange and maddening movie, being a fascinating tale that's nowhere as provocative as it first promises to be and as the reputations of everyone connected with it might lead you to expect. Ron Nyswaner's original screenplay,
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