Robert Parrish
American film director, editor and writer; child actor
Robert Parrish
Robert R. Parrish was an American actor, film editor, film director, and writer. He received an Academy Award for Film Editing for the 1947 film, Body and Soul. Parrish was the son of factory cashier Gordon R. Parrish and Laura R. Parrish. In the mid-1920s, the family moved from Georgia to Los Angeles and Parrish and his sisters Beverly and Helen began obtaining work as actors soon thereafter.
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Walser conquers high winds, competitors at Bassmaster Weekend Series - Lexington Dispatch
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Other money winners were Alan Griffin of Polkton and Terry James of Wadesboro, third, with 11.82 pounds for $400; Scott Threadgill of Troy and Jason Threadgill of Albemarle, fourth, with 11.60 pounds for $200 gift certificates; and Robert Parrish of
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Lawsuit alleges Shaq tried to frame former assistant - WEEI.com
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Included is an exchange with agent Robert Parrish regarding Shaq's rumored relationship with a woman named “Christina” when he resided in Arizona. Shaq is upset because TMZ reportedly wanted to pay “Christina” to reveal exactly what happened between
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Mavs Coach Visits Cowboys Practice - NBC Dallas-Fort Worth (blog)
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Not to mention greats like Kevin McHale, Dennis Johnson, Danny Ainge and Robert Parrish. Hopefully, Carlisle's success this year will rub off on the Cowboys and Garrett, or maybe he can just straight up put the good mojo out on loan since it looks like
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Master Resilience Trainer course instills passion in unit representatives - DVIDS
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Students like Army 2nd Lt. Robert Parrish, HHC, 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, Alaska Army National Guard, gained a better understanding of resilience from the course and learned how to effectively teach it to others
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Orchestra has a new board - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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Artistic staff members are: Alfred Gershfeld, artistic director and principal conductor; Jon Magendanz, assistant conductor; Jeanie Pickwick, executive director; Robert Parrish, chorus master; Don Bryn, rehearsal accompanist; James Lienhard and Lita
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Larry Bird Clears Air About Shooting Contest with Chris Mullin, Confident ... - Sports Radio Interviews
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And I had a lot of great talent — Kevin McHale was a great player, and Robert Parrish. But he'll get in. I don't think it really matters if you get in on the first ballot just as long as you get in. And he's very deserving of that
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Silver Stars smoke Sun, 72-59 - Examiner.com
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And they did it by borrowing a formula that dates back to Al Attles and Golden State Warriors in the mid- to late-1970s: stuffing the lane with multiple bodies (back then it was Cliff Ray, Robert Parrish and Larry McNeil, among others)
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Noir City: Chicago 3 - Time Out Chicago
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The movie is paired with a real find, The Mob (1951), directed by Robert Parrish, whose Cry Danger was a highlight of last year's program. The double bill shows Crawford's range; the dignified-yet-ruthless gangster in Confidential is here a lug of a
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You have to be a member of ESPN Insider to see this link, so I'll paste it for ... - Buffalo Rumblings
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The former Jet joins Lee Evans, Steve Johnson and Robert Parrish, so don't be surprised if the Bills part ways with Evans," Pompei writes. "The veteran had a down year in 2010 with only 37 catches, and he could have some trade value
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Bertrand Tavernier de retour au FFM - Métro Montréal
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Il sera question des long métrages américains «Pitfall», d'André de Toth (1948), «Cry Danger», de Robert Parrish (1951) et «The Prowler», de Joseph Losey (1951). Ces projections et échanges de Bertrand Tavernier avec le public se dérouleront les 20,
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The 50 Worst Draft Flops in Sports History - Bleacher Report
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1 Overall, 1980 In order to select Joe Barry Carroll with the number one overall pick in 1980, the Warriors sent the Boston Celtics Robert Parrish and the draft pick that was eventually used to pick Kevin McHale. In Boston, one of the greatest
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Dwight Howard was likely the tallest person at Comic-Con. (Frazer Harrison ... - Orlando Sentinel (blog)
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He loves the spotlight. Wants to act. Duh. He ain't nowhere and never will be close to Shaq, Ewing, Hakeem, Kareem, Robinson, Russell, Wilt, etc. Hell I would take Robert Parrish over DH. HE IS A BUM who doesn't work on his game
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Boys Town gets a new recreation area - Tallahassee Democrat (blog)
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Thanks to the Cognetta family and Robert Parrish, Boys Town North Florida has a new recreational area on its 10-acre campus. When Dr. Armand Cognetta, a Tallahassee dermatologist and ambassador of Boys Town North Florida, spotted several sports
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NBA Trades: The Best Trade Made in the History of Every Team - Bleacher Report
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Carroll turned into Robert Parrish and rookie Kevin McHale, both of which went on to form the core of the 1980s Celtics that won gobs of games to go along with three titles. The Charlotte Bobcats were formed in 2004 with a supplemental draft,
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A Cocktail Recipe For Disaster: Peter Sellers And Orson Welles On The Making ... - Sabotage Times
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Out went McGrath and original writer Wolf Mankowitz; in came a string of different directors – Val Guest, John Huston, Richard Talmadge, Robert Parrish, Ken Hughes – and a raft of screenwriters that included co-stars Woody Allen and David Niven,
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BOE holds regular meeting - Forest Blade
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Tentative approval of employment of the following classified personnel pending fingerprinting results: Andrea C. Womack, substitute teacher; Robert Parrish, bus driver; and Willie Jones, substitute bus driver/substitute custodian/substitute maintenance
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One year ago today, LeBron made “The Decision” - msnbc.com
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... may go down with the most legendary player moves in NBA history — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to the Lakers, Dirk Nowitzki to the Mavs (on draft night for Tractor Traylor), and the Celtics turning Joe Barry Carroll into Kevin McHale and Robert Parrish
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The NBA, NFL And Parity - RealGM.com
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Would the sport have been better off if James Worthy was in Milwaukee, Robert Parrish in Seattle and Kevin McHale in Golden State? If Larry Bird and Magic Johnson followed the career path of Kevin Garnett, stuck on teams that couldn't get out of the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert Parrish
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1995
    Age 79
    Died on December 4, 1995.
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  • 1976
    Age 60
    We all entreated him to write them down and in 1976 he did so, producing one of the most enchanting - and hilarious - books about the picture business ever written Up In Hollywood ought to be reprinted in this centenary birth year."
    More Details Hide Details The sequel, Hollywood Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1988), followed.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1947
    Age 31
    In 1947, Parrish shared the Academy Award, with co-nominee Francis Lyon, for his film editing debut in Robert Rossen's boxing drama Body and Soul.
    More Details Hide Details Parrish's second Academy Award nomination, shared with Al Clark, was for the political drama directed by Rossen, All the King’s Men (1949). In the first versions done by Al Clark, the film was poorly received by preview audiences and studio executives. Parrish discovered that a "montage approach" was much more successful, with arbitrary cuts made a set time before and after each important action. In addition to the editing nomination for Clark and Parrish, the film won the Best Picture Award outright and was a popular success. Parrish made his directorial debut with the revenge drama Cry Danger (1951). The Purple Plain (1954) was nominated for the Award for Best British Film at the 8th British Academy Film Awards. One of Parrish's best-known works is the James Bond parody Casino Royale (1967), he among its five directors. His final film, co-directed by Bertrand Tavernier, was Mississippi Blues (1983).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1916
    Age 0
    Born on January 4, 1916.
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