Henry Alex Rubin
American film director
Henry Alex Rubin
Henry-Alex Rubin studied film at Phillips Academy, Andover and Columbia University. The son of a French mother and American father, he spent his life between Europe and the United States. Henry-Alex directed the humorous cult film Who is Henry Jaglom? produced Freestyle, which won Best Documentary at the Woodstock, LAIFF and Urbanworld Film Festivals and co-directed Murderball with his friend, the novelist Dana Adam Shapiro.
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Paid Notice: Deaths SHEEN, MARILYN
NYTimes - over 7 years
SHEEN--Marilyn, died on June 10, 2009 after a brief illness. She was born March 4, 1924 in Brooklyn, New York to Rose and Henry Rubin. She married Lester Sheen in 1948 and was a loving wife and mother, taking care of Lester at the end of his life. She considered her family her greatest achievement. She is survived by her son, Allan and his wife
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In the Region/Long Island; Developers Are Upgrading Garden Apartments
NYTimes - over 13 years
ORIGINALLY called garden apartments, the two- and three-story rental complexes in landscaped settings that sprouted on Long Island more than 30 years ago met the demand of Long Island's growing population at the time. With rents considered affordable for entry-level workers, they were often the first homes for young families, a jumping-off point
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JANET LOUGHLIN IS ENGAGED TO MARRY DANIEL RUBIN
NYTimes - over 31 years
Janet Gunning Loughlin and Daniel Edward Rubin plan to be married Sept. 22. The future bride is a daughter of Mrs. Charles Thomas Loughlin of Remsenburg, L.I., who has announced her engagement, and the late Lieutenant Colonel Loughlin, U.S.A.F. Her fiance is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rubin of Tucson, Ariz. Miss Loughlin, a graduate of Niagara
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MUSIC: DEBUTS IN REVIEW
NYTimes - about 32 years
Flute Force'' is an unhappy name: even quadrupled, the flute does not speak with force. But it can speak with a glittering variety of accents, as the new flute quartet of Peter Ader, Peter Bacchus, Deborah Baron and Rie Schmidt showed at Carnegie Recital Hall last Sunday afternoon. Their program comprised works of Florent Schmitt, Eugene Bozza and
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JOHN HENRY BACK ON HIS TURRF AND LOOKING AS GOOD AS EVER
NYTimes - over 33 years
THE story of John Henry makes ''The Black Stallion'' look tame and rivals the sagas of Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny for believability. It is the story of an ill-bred little gelding who was bought for $1,100 and traded and sold eight times before finding a permanent owner, but then became the richest horse who has ever lived, setting records
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John Henry Captures Arlington Million
NYTimes - over 35 years
The richest horse in training and the leading money rider in history teamed to win the richest thoroughbred race ever presented today as Bill Shoemaker drove John Henry to a nose victory in the inaugural running of the Arlington Million at Arlington Park. John Henry, a 6-year-old gelding, increased his career earnings by $600,000 and his reputation
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    THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Henry-Alex was mentored by James Mangold (Walk the Line) directing the Second Unit on several films including Cop Land and Girl, Interrupted. His next project is a fiction film, scheduled to shoot in Spring 2007, about a group of returning Iraq War veterans.
    More Details Hide Details He is signed to SMUGGLER for directing commercials.
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