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Emily Brontë
   wrote   
Wuthering Heights
Bronte's only novel is considered a classic of English literature (1847)
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
   has the tagline   
What Happened to Emily?
"I'm a Laydee"
   is the catch phrase of   
Emily Howard
Little Britain
1939
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Emily Wood Westacott
Emily Brontë
   died in   
1848 aged 30 from Tuberculosis
novelist, poet English
Bagpuss
      
Had the Title Character Owned by a Little Girl Named Emily
Meg Ryan
   is the stage name of   
Margaret Mary Emily Anne Hyra
Ellis Bell
   is a pen name of   
Emily Bronte
Penn Jillette and Emily Zolten
   named a child   
Moxie CrimeFighter
Penn Jillette is half of Penn & Teller. Moxie is his daughter.
Emily Roebling
   was famous for   
Overseeing the Construction of Brooklyn Bridge
She deserves a mention here, an amazing and courageous woman.
Emily Dickinson
   was born on   
December 10, 1830
American poet
Emily Dickenson
   lifespan was   
1830-1886
American poet
Larry, Howard, Elliot, Jerry, Emily
   are all   
Characters on the Bob Newhart Show
Bob Newhart played Will Ferrel’s father in the movie “Elf”
Emily Bronte
   has the middle name   
Jane
Writer
Corpse Bride (2005)
   starred   
Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter and Emily Watson
Director: Tim Burton
Emily Bronte
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Wuthering Heights (1992)
Based on the book
Emily Dickinson
   was born in   
Amherst, U.S.A.
Massachusetts. 1830-1886. Considered the most gifted poet in American literature
Bright Young Things (2003)
   starred   
Emily Mortimer, Stephen Campbell Moore and James McAvoy
Director: Stephen Fry. Also starred Michael Sheen, David Tennant & Fenella Woolgar
Mary Jackson
   played   
Emily "Miss Emily" Baldwin
Dear Frankie (2004)
   starred   
Emily Mortimer, Jack McElhone and Mary Riggans
Director: Shona Auerbach. Also starred Gerard Butler, Sharon Small, Sophie Main & Katy Murphy
My Summer of Love (2004)
   starred   
Nathalie Press, Emily Blunt and Paddy Considine
Director: Pawel Pawlikowski. Also starred Dean Andrews, Michaell Byrne & Paul Antony-Barber
Photographing Fairies (1997)
   starred   
Toby Stephens, Emily Woof and Ben Kingsley
Director: Nick Willing. Also starred Frances Barber, Philip Davis & Hannah Bould
Wish You Were Here (1987)
   starred   
Emily Lloyd, Tom Bell and Jesse Birdsall
Director: Clare Clifford, Barbara Durkin & Geoffrey Hutchings. Plot: In a staid English seaside town after the Second World War, young Lynda grows (Lloyd) up with her widowed father and younger sister...
Redbelt (2008)
   starred   
Rodrigo Santoro, Alice Braga and Emily Mortimer
Director: David Mamet. Also starred Tim Allen, Chiwetel Ejiofor & Joe Mantegna. Plot: A fateful event leads to a job in the film business for top mixed-martial arts instructor Mike Terry (Ejiofor). Though his refuses to participate in prize bouts, circumstances conspire to force him to consider entering such a competition.
Mrs. Bishop
   has the first name   
Emily
Coronation Street
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
I Years Had Been From Home
"I Years had been from Home And now before the Door I dared not enter, lest a Face I never saw before Stare solid into mine And ask my Business there …"
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
Her Face Was in a Bed of Hair
"...like flowers in a plot"
Emily Pollifax
   is a fictional secret agent in   
Dorothy Gilman's Novels
Heroine of a series of comic spy-mystery novels.
Aaron Copland
   composed   
"Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson"
1900-1990
Emily Arnold McCully
   won for   
Mirette on the High Wire (1993)
Emily Warner
   was/were the first   
Female Commercial Airline Pilot in the US
Frontier Airlines 1973
Corpse Bride (2005)
   had the voice actors   
Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter & Emily Watson
(Warner Bros.) Director: Tim Burton. First feature movie shot with digital still cameras instead of film cameras. 1 Oscar nomination. Other voice actors include: Tracey Ullman, Joanna Lumley, Albert Finney, Christopher Lee, Jane Horrocks & Danny Elfman.
Emily Rodda
   wrote   
Key to Rondo
Aurealis Awards, 2007. First book in the Rondo series.
William Faulkner
   wrote   
A Rose for Emily
Emily Cheney Neville
   wrote   
It's Like This Cat
1964
Emily Bronte
   created the character   
Hareton Earnshaw
1847 Wuthering Heights
Emily Mortimer
   won the Spirit award for   
Lovely & Amazing
2002 - Best Supporting Female
Emily Bronte
   created the character   
Heathcliff
Wuthering Heights
Thrushcross Grange
   was created by   
Emily Brontë
Home of the Linton family in "Wuthering Heights", 1847
Scott Derrickson
   won for   
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005)
Best Horror Film
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
Because I Could Not Stop for Death
"he kindly stopped for me"
Emily Dickinson
   wrote   
I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died
"the Stillness in the Room was like the Stillness in the Air"
Emily Dickinson
   uttered the last words   
"Let Us Go In; the Fog is Rising."
Emily Bronte
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Wuthering Heights (1992)
Emily Blunt
   won for   
The Adjustment Bureau (2011)
Best Supporting Actress
Indigo Girls
   band members are   
Emily Saliers and Amy Ray
17 albums so far, forming in 1987
Emily Carr
   painted   

Arbutus Tree; 1922; Expressionism; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; oil on canvas; 46 x 36 cm
Emily Carr
   painted   

Kispiax Village: 1929; Canadian; Expressionism; The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; oil on canvas; 92 x 129 cm
Emily Carr
   painted   

Trees in the Sky; 1939; Canadian; Expressionism; The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; oil on canvas; 112 x 69 cm
Emily Carr
   painted   

Tsatsinukomi, B.C.; 1912; Canadian; Expressionism; Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada; watercolour and graphite on paper; 55 x 75 cm






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