Paul Lukas
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Paul Lukas
Paul Lukas was an Austrian-Hungarian-born actor.
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College Football: Looking for Attention? Try a Loud Uniform
NYTimes - over 5 years
The right side of the helmet was covered in a black and gold diagonal checkerboard pattern. The left side displayed a red and white cross. The patterns extended from the helmet to the shoulders, and some players accentuated them with similarly styled armbands. The uniform suggested many things: a quilting bee enhanced by Jell-O shots, a team of
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Uni Watch previews the college football season - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
Keeping track of college football helmets used to be simple. Every team had one helmet design, except for Washington State, which had separate designs for home and road games, and that was that. Those days are gone
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Anoka County history: War bonds, WACs, Bugs Bunny - Coon Rapids Herald
Google News - over 5 years
The Heights Theater's movie list included “Watch on the Rhine,” with Bette Davis and Paul Lukas; Irving Berlin's “This is the Army,” and a feature titled, “The City That Stopped Hitler: Heroic Stalingrad.” Luckily, Bugs Bunny and other cartoon
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It's easy being green: Roughriders marketing sets example for other teams - Toronto Star
Google News - over 5 years
Prior to the 1990s, says ESPN.com columnist Paul Lukas, the only consideration a team made when choosing uniforms was how they looked on the playing field. “Now that's about the fourth or fifth question that gets asked,” said Lukas,
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Richard Hyatt commentary: Confederate Yankees still talked about - Macon Telegraph (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Paul Lukas set out to write one story but wrote another. Talking to players from that team, he found that the flag patch was never an issue -- and he does not consider that selective amnesia. Wrote Lukas: “I think the subject of race in America
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Mark Hornbaker: Bullet Ben's cup of coffee with the Washington Senators - MASNsports.com
Google News - over 5 years
Since that time ,I read a very interesting ESPN story, "The Greatest Moments in Baseball Hair History" that was written by Paul Lukas in April 2008. In the story Lukas notes, "1934: Minor league journeyman Allen Benson gets a cup of coffee in the
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Negyven éve halt meg az egyetlen magyar születésű Oscar-díjas színész - InfoRádió.hu
Google News - over 5 years
Negyven éve, 1971. augusztus 16-án halt meg Lukács Pál, vagy ahogy világszerte ismerik: Paul Lukas, az egyetlen magyar születésű Oscar-díjas színész. 1891. május 26-án született Budapesten. Kereskedelmi pályára készült, de az első világháború kitörése
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Daily Links - Friday Edition - Over The Monster
Google News - over 5 years
The fabulous Paul Lukas at UniWatch shares his well researched story of the early 1960s Columbus Yankees minor league team and their Confederate Battle Flag uniform patch. The incredible thing is that Mr. Lukas was able to contact so many members of
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Uni Watch on the Confederate flag - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
As America marks the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War this year, the Confederate battle flag continues to be a highly charged symbol. That was reaffirmed two weeks ago, when the flag was in the news yet again
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UFC fighter joins elite list of worst looks - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
Thanks to DJ Gallo, Paul Lukas, Jerry Greene, Lynn Hoppes and Dave Wilson for assistance in compiling this list. Patrick Dorsey is a writer based in South Florida and a regular contributor to Page 2. He can be reached at bypatrickdorsey@gmail.com
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... WHERE NO NFL TEAMS SEEM WILLING TO GIVE US A FRESH START - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
Paul Lukas: Uni Watch » by ESPN July 29, 1996: Carl Lewis wins 4th consecutive gold medal in the long jump. by Kurt Snibbe Take a shot at writing a cartoon caption. Page 2 cartoonist Kurt Snibbe will offer up a blank cartoon each weekday morning,
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Uni Watch investigates the Patriots logo - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
When two or three people tell you the same thing, it tends to get your attention. When two or three dozen people tell you the same thing, well, that's a story worth investigating. So with the NFL back in business this week, let's consider
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Is Randy Edsall a name-on-the-back-of-the-jersey guy? - Baltimore Sun (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Anyway, I'm no Paul Lukas, but I'm excited to see what the Terps' uniforms will look like. And Randy Edsall is right there with me. “I'm very excited about that," Edsall told The Washington Post. “I'm very excited about our partnership with Under
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Bientôt un Blu ray pour 20000 lieux sous les mers ! - Jeux Actu CINEMA
Google News - over 5 years
Le Blu Ray de ce film culte (avec les immenses Kirk Douglas, Paul Lukas, Peter Lorre et l'extraordinaire James Mason dans le rôle du Capitaine Némo) devrait selon toute vraisemblance débouler cette année. "Selon toute vraisemblance" oui, car rien n'est
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Movies on TV, Today & Tonight - Regina Leader-Post
Google News - over 5 years
5: 30 (39) >> Grand Slam Paul Lukas. Newly married bridge players try to expose a fraud. (1 hr.15 mins.) 6: 00 (99) You Might as Well Live Joshua Peace. Robert tries to be somebody by getting three things. (1 hr.30 mins.) (100) >> Wedding for One
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Uni Watch on the bat knob revolution - ESPN
Google News - over 5 years
The look of baseball is always changing. But for generations, one thing about the game has stayed the same: Players have had their uniform numbers written on the knobs of their bats. It isn't a big deal -- just a simple way for everyone
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The Greatest Hollywood Director You May Never Have Heard Of - Huffington Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
No longer distracted by his work, Sam sees his wife's weaknesses for the first time, as she openly flirts and cavorts with European aristocracy (including an oily Paul Lukas, and young David Niven in a breakthrough role). Sam must confront the crisis
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paul Lukas
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1971
    Age 79
    He died August 15, 1971, in Tangier, Morocco, reportedly while searching for a place to spend his retirement years.
    More Details Hide Details Lukas has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6821 Hollywood Boulevard.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1950
    Age 58
    The remainder of his career moved from Hollywood to the stage to television. His only singing role was as Cosmo Constantine in the original 1950 Broadway stage version of Irving Berlin's Call Me Madam, opposite Ethel Merman (although he is heard singing a song in the 1933 film Little Women, displaying a pleasant voice).
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  • 1943
    Age 51
    Also in 1943, he guest starred as the eponymous character in an episode of the radio program Suspense, "Mr. Markham, Antique Dealer".
    More Details Hide Details Modern viewers also remember Lukas for his role as Professor Aronnax in Walt Disney's film version of Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954). By that time, however, he was, at age 63, suffering from memory problems during the production, apparently leading him to lash out at cast and crew alike. Even friend Peter Lorre was not immune to the abuse. In the 1940s, Lukas was a charter member of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals, a conservative lobbying group opposed to possible Communist influence in Hollywood. Lukas' film career picked up momentum in the 1960s with six films, including Fun in Acapulco with Elvis Presley in 1963 and Lord Jim with Peter O'Toole in 1965. His final film, The Challenge, was released in 1970.
  • FORTIES
  • 1941
    Age 49
    His major film success came in Watch on the Rhine (1943), where he played a man working against the Nazis, a role he originated in the Broadway premiere of the play of the same name in 1941.
    More Details Hide Details His portrayal of Kurt Mueller, a German émigré with an American wife, played by Bette Davis, was universally lauded by critics. Brooks Atkinson of the New York Times, wrote, "As the enemy of fascism, Mr. Lukas' haggard, loving, resourceful determination becomes heroic by virtue of his sincerity and his superior abilities as an actor." He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the role, winning out over luminary efforts as Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca, Gary Cooper in For Whom the Bell Tolls, Walter Pidgeon in Madame Curie, and Mickey Rooney in The Human Comedy. He also received the New York Film Critics Award for his performance.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1927
    Age 35
    He arrived in Hollywood in 1927, and became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1937.
    More Details Hide Details He was busy in the 1930s, appearing in such films as the melodrama Rockabye, the crime caper Grumpy, Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, the comedy Ladies in Love, and the drama Dodsworth. He followed William Powell and Basil Rathbone portraying the series detective Philo Vance, a cosmopolitan New Yorker, once in The Casino Murder Case (1935).
  • TWENTIES
  • 1916
    Age 24
    Lukas made his stage debut in Budapest in 1916 and his film debut in 1917.
    More Details Hide Details At first, he played elegant, smooth womanizers, but increasingly he became typecast as a villain. He had a successful stage and film career in Hungary, Germany and Austria, where he worked with Max Reinhardt.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1891
    Born
    Born on May 26, 1891.
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