Ted Mann
Ted Mann
Ted Mann was an American businessman, involved in the film industry, and head of Mann Theatres. He famously changed the name of Grauman's Chinese Theater to Mann's Chinese Theater when he purchased the National General Theatre chain that owned it in 1973. Born in Wishek, North Dakota, Mann started off in the movie business as an usher around the time he attended the University of Minnesota in the 1930s.
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Fellow Republicans Testing Perry's Mettle - National Journal
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If there is steak beneath the Rick Perry campaign's sizzle, he'll have to start proving it in the coming week. The Republican governor of Texas has joined a crowded presidential field, and will enter the fray in earnest on Wednesday,
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Glenn Miller Orchestra at Ted Mann Concert Hall, September 8th - Jazz Police
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They will be appearing at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the Univ. of MN on Thurs, Sept 8 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $34 & $29. Call 612-624-2345 or go to www.music.umn.edu. They are a Full Time touring road band, the last one in the world today,
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History Announces Additional Cast - Tom Berenger, Powers Boothe and Mare ... - The Futon Critic
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Writer is Ted Mann (Deadwood, Emmy(R) winner NYPD Blue, Luck). Revisions by Ron Parker (Emmy winner for Broken Trail, Emmy nominated Joan of Arc). Executive Producers for HISTORY are Nancy Dubuc and Dirk Hoogstra. Tom Berenger is represented by
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Ted Mann says his South Slope beer garden will be massive and inviting - BrooklynPapers.com
Google News - over 5 years
By Natalie O'Neill Last week, graffiti artists beautified the construction fence outside the coming South Slope beer garden — and now owner Ted Mann has clarified his plans. Recipients' email addresses (Up to ten, separated by commas
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Rick Perry And Mitt Romney Don't Like Each Other Much - National Journal
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Your political gossip item of the day is, no contest, the Politico takeout on Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and their unconvincingly denied mutual dislike. According to a variety of Republican sources quoted in the piece, some anonymously,
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10 Things Ted Mann Wants You To Know About His Giant Beer Hall - Patch.com
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To keep other restless natives at bay—and put inaccurate rumors to rest— we snagged an evening interview with bar baron and owner Ted Mann, of Bar 4, Cubana Social and No Name Bar. Here, Mann sets the record straight and makes us salivate over his
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Bill Paxton joins Kevin Costner in History's 'The Hatfields and McCoys' - HitFix
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"The Hatfields and McCoys" was written by "Deadwood" veteran Ted Mann, with revisions by "Broken Trail" veteran Ron Parker. As you might assume, the miniseries tells the generation-spanning story of the rivalry between the two families, starting with
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CLA dean confirms: No fall commencement - Minnesota Daily
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Senior Kim Wooster, who attended the second meeting, drafted a proposal to have the commencement at Ted Mann Concert Hall on the West Bank campus. The committee told Wooster that it had considered Ted Mann, but that there isn't enough space for guests
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Ted Mann's Giant South Slope Beer Garden Sounds More Edenic Than Germanic - Village Voice (blog)
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​When Brooklyn restaurateur/bar maven Tedd Mann was last in the news, it was because he'd discovered he was the long-lost son of Ted Nugent. More or less lost in the resulting hubbub was the fact that Mann
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Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus leader to retire - Pioneer Press
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The Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus performs a seven-concert season at Ted Mann Concert Hall in Minneapolis and also presents concerts by its a cappella pop ensemble, OutLoud! Hill's final season with the chorus (the group's 31st) begins with its annual
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Fiesta royal crowned 2012 Aquatennial Queen - Monte News
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The event took place Friday, July 22, at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. Aquatennial princesses are former Miss Maple Grove, Stephani Reding, and former Miss Cambridge, Cayla Yund. The newly titled court began their reign
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Donation to fund security guards, cleanup in downtown Concord - San Jose Mercury News
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John Brenden, the CEO of Brenden Theatres, is the grandson of Ted Mann and the co-president of the foundation that bears his name. Mann ran a nationwide chain of 450 movie theaters, including Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in Los
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Former Miss Cambridge Cayla Yund chosen a princess for Minneapolis Aquatennial - Coon Rapids ECM Publishers
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At the Ted Mann Concert Hall on the University ofMinnesota's West Bank, spectators watched last Friday night as Amanda Bertrand was crowned the new 2012 Aquatennial Queen of the Lakes. Bertrand is the former Montevideo Fiesta Days Queen
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Minneapolis Aquatennial: Queen crowned - KARE
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The ceremony was held at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. The Aquatennial, now in its 72nd year, ends on Saturday. Nearly 50 women, from all over Minnesota, compete for scholarships and ambassador titles
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Should Hyperlocals Incorporate Content From Local Merchants? - Street Fight
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In Ted Mann's recent, excellent post-mortem on the lessons learned from InJersey.com, the main reason he listed for the closing InJersey.com was not having “enough revenue to pay for a full-time reporting (or sales) staff” to support continued
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Old 'Gold': New Ridge deli goes back to Brooklyn's roots - BrooklynPapers.com
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“The minute we put out our welcome board, people started filing in,” said co-owner Ted Mann. “Older people earlier in the day, and a younger set later at night. It's all about nostalgia — everyone seems to have a fondness for this sort of classic
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Nontombi Naomi Tutu to Speak at Walden University Academic Residency - PR Newswire (press release)
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MINNEAPOLIS, July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Nontombi Naomi Tutu, human rights activist and international scholar, will be the plenary speaker at Walden University's academic residency on Wednesday, July 27, at the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University
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Movers & Shakers: Restaurateur Ted Mann - Crain's New York Business
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In the past few years, Ted Mann has quietly built a bar and restaurant empire in Brooklyn. In the past few years, Ted Mann has quietly built a bar and restaurant empire in Brooklyn. His haunts are among the borough's most
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Hyperlocal Is Only as Good as Its Talent - Street Fight
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Ted Mann made a lot of smart points in his recent post on the lessons he learned from two years running inJersey, a network of 17 hyper-local blogs across the Garden State. Many are givens if you want any chance of success: Build cheap websites on
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ted Mann
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2001
    Age 84
    Died in 2001.
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  • 1986
    Age 69
    Mann soon expanded the chain to 360 screens, but again sold off his theaters in 1986, this time to Gulf+Western, which later renamed itself to Paramount Communications (which itself became part of Viacom).
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  • 1977
    Age 60
    He married actress Rhonda Fleming in 1977, and they remained together until Mann died at age 84 in Los Angeles of complications from a stroke.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1973
    Age 56
    He didn't stay out of the theater business for long, and purchased the troubled 276-screen National General Theatre chain in 1973.
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  • 1969
    Age 52
    The first production to his credit was 1969's The Illustrated Man, based on a Ray Bradbury book.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1916
    Born
    Born in 1916.
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