Richard Dix
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Richard Dix
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L'art du carton à l'office de tourisme de Pleyben - Ouest-France
Google News - over 5 years
Ces objets sont le fruit des travaux réalisés au cours de l'année 2010-2011 de l'atelier de Catherine Richard. Dix élèves participent à l'événement. Parmi les objets confectionnés on pourra admirer sacs, boîtes de toutes formes et des oeuvres de
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Life of 1920s Bloomington race driver filled with mystery - Bloomington Pantagraph
Google News - over 5 years
An exception was Paramount's “Racing Hearts,” released in 1923 and starring Agnes Ayres and Richard Dix, two of the silver screen's bigger names. According to The Pantagraph, Wunderlich and Ayres married and then divorced, though this relationship is
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Cinema showtimes - North Shore News
Google News - over 5 years
Pacifi c Cinémathèque presents, as part of this year's Film Noir summer series, restored prints of all seven of the Richard Dix-starring Whistler fi lms, including four directed by B-movie showman and "gimmick fi lm" maker William Castle
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KATHY ANN WILLSON - 59 - WAYNOKA - Alva Review-Courier
Google News - over 5 years
Kathy Ann Willson, daughter of the late Richard Dix and Wanda Lou (Carter) Cox, was born October 4, 1951, in Cherokee, Oklahoma, and passed away August 7, 2011, at Alva, Oklahoma, at the age of 59 years, 10 months, and 3 days
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Y at-il un flic pour sauver l'humanité ? - Toutelatele.com
Google News - over 5 years
L'officier Richard Dix est envoyé par le bureau fédéral de la police sur une mission de la plus haute importance : retrouver le président des Etats-Unis, pris en otage sur la Lune et supplanté par un clone à la solde des aliens
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Military Kids Campers say 'it's never boring' - Quad City Times
Google News - over 5 years
Richard Dix, chief of staff of the US Army Sustainment Command on the Rock Island Arsenal. Most of the campers have a parent deployed overseas. “We ask the smallest members of our families to bare the brunt of a deployment,” Dix told the children,
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Canadian Free Press Release Service - Wire Service Canada (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Baker's secret lineage reportedly includes Mitchum's mother, silent film actress Theda Bara, and German actor, Fritz Leiber, her co-star in "Cleopatra", while Dickinson provides him with grandfather and grandmother Richard Dix and Irene Dunne
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Tinseltown as it saw itself - Bangkok Post
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SOULS FOR SALE (USA, 1923, b&w) directed by Rupert Hughes and starring Eleanor Boardman, Frank Mayo, Richard Dix, Mae Busch, Barbara La Marr and Lew Cody. Silent with musical score, 90 min. English intertitles. A Warner Bros Archive release (no extras
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"It Was Seriously One of the Best Games I've Ever Seen" - 33 KDAF-TV
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"And Jet just takes the three pointer, and drains it, that was the game changer," said Richard Dix, Mavs Fan. "For the free throws and all the major plays, there was just so much noise. It was almost deafening," said Chris Cook, Mavs Fan
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DVD Extra: Lost 'Flight' surfaces after 78 years - New York Post (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The three-disc set includes more than 10 hours of restored rarieties, including Victor Fleming's "Mantrap'' (1926) starring Clara Bow, Gregory LaCava's satirical comedy "Womanhandled'' (1925) with Richard Dix, WS Van Dyke's "The Lady of the Dugout''
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Landslide kills four railroad workers in 1911 - Gresham Outlook
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Richard Dix and Irene Dunne were the stars. 1941 – The Oregon driver's license fee jumped from $1 to $1.50 70 years ago. 1951 – Actor Jimmy Stewart, he of the grave and sincere voice, was the main attraction of a documentary on traffic safety that was
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This was Brainerd - May 30 - Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Google News - over 5 years
Starring Richard Dix, Estelle Taylor and Irene Dunne, at the Palace Theatre. Incensed at the bartender of the Iron Exchange buffet, who refused to serve him a drink at half past ten Monday night, a former shoemaker - now working at the railroad - slung
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Contracting symposium begins Tuesday - Quad-Cities Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Richard Dix, US Army Sustainment Command;Nancy Small, Army Materials Command Office of Small Business Programs; Craig Roberts, Vista International; and a panel of officials representing various government organizations
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City of Davenport proclaims Military Appreciation Week - Quad-Cities Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Richard Dix, chief of staff for the US Army Sustainment Command, accepted the proclamation of Military Appreciation Week from Mayor Bill Gluba during a meeting of the Davenport City Council on May 11. The proclamation designates May 13-22 as Military
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Today in history: Confederate congress discusses moving capital to Richmond - al.com (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Crown -- 'Devil's Squadron,' featuring Richard Dix and Karen Morley. Empire -- Frank Buck's 'Fang and Claw.' Saenger -- 'Mr. Deeds Goes To Town,' starring Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur and Lionel Stander.'" • "Showing work of both out-of-town and local
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Jackie Cooper slept through his Oscar defeat - Los Angeles Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Nonetheless, the film industry was impressed enough with Cooper's performance to nominate him for lead actor at the Academy Awards opposite Lionel Barrymore ("A Free Soul"), Richard Dix ("Cimarron"), Fredric March ("The Royal Family of Broadway") and
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VIDEO; When DeMille Parted the Red Sea
NYTimes - almost 6 years
CECIL B. DeMILLE would probably have approved of the concept behind Paramount Home Entertainment's 55th anniversary gift set edition of ''The Ten Commandments,'' an appropriately colossal undertaking that includes three Blu-ray discs and three standard DVDs, a commemorative book, reproductions of the original program and assorted documents and
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What's On Today
NYTimes - almost 6 years
8 P.M. (HBO) ROBIN HOOD (2010) The director Ridley Scott and the actor Russell Crowe, above, -- collaborators on ''Gladiator,'' ''A Good Year,'' ''American Gangster'' and ''Body of Lies'' -- team up once again in what A. O. Scott, writing in The New York Times, called a ''long, bloody, self-serious new version of the legend.'' This Robin is not a
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DVDS; Tabloid Auteur: Muscular Vision Of Samuel Fuller
NYTimes - over 7 years
THE gruff, cigar-cured voice of Samuel Fuller remains one of the most distinctive in American movies. Born Samuel Rabinovitch in 1912, Fuller began his career as a New York tabloid journalist and pulp novelist but, like many of his colleagues on the lower rungs of the literary trades in the '20s and '30s, eventually found himself in Hollywood,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Richard Dix
    FIFTIES
  • 1949
    Age 55
    After suffering a serious heart attack on September 12, 1949 while on a train from New York to Los Angeles Dix died at the age of 56 on September 20, 1949.
    More Details Hide Details He was survived by four children from his two marriages. Richard Dix, Sr. was interred in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California. Richard Dix has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1610 Vine Street. Notes Bibliography Dix, Robert. Out of Hollywood: Two Generations of Actors. Ernest Publishing, 2009. ISBN 978-0-9822436-0-2
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1893
    Born
    Dix was born Ernst Carlton Brimmer on July 18, 1893, in St. Paul, Minnesota.
    More Details Hide Details There he was educated, and at the desire of his father, studied to be a surgeon. His obvious acting talent in his school dramatic club led him to leading roles in most of the school plays. At 6' and 180 pounds, Dix excelled in sports, especially football and baseball. These skills would serve him well in the vigorous film roles he would go on to play. After a year at the University of Minnesota, he took a position at a bank, spending his evenings training for the stage. His professional start was with a local stock company, and this led to similar work in New York City. The death of his father left him with a mother and sister to support. He went to Los Angeles and became leading man for the Morosco Stock Company. His success there got him a contract with Paramount Pictures.
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