By George Orwell. A horse. Boxer's loyal friend representing the educated middle class.
Used in healing ointments since ancient times
1948; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1
Director: Ralph Thomas. Also starred John Fraser, Joan Sims & Arthur Haynes
1963 comedy, directed by Georges Lautner; aka Monsieur Gangster
Tommy James and The Shondells
Gin, lemon juice, raspberry juice and egg white.
Director: Matt Reeves. Also starred Michael Stahl-David, Mike Vogel & Odette Yustman. Plot: Revolves around a monster attack in New York as told from the point of view of a small group of people.
C. Holloway on board -- Trainer Jeter Walden -- E. A. Clabaugh -- 2:45.50
C. Holloway up, Trainer: Jeter Walden, Owner: E. A. Clabaugh -- 2:46.00
Best Science Fiction Film
1959; Peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100; covered extensively in the 1960s
2016. Sci-Fi horror. After a car accident a woman wakes in an underground bunker to be told be the other inhabitants that the atmosphere outside has been contaminated by a nuclear/chemical event. Stars John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr.
1952; R&B hit; one of the first true "drinking songs"