Lethal Weapon I, II, III & IV
He has the power to hear everything women are thinking. Finally... a man is listening.
Director: Peter Weir. About several young men from rural Western Australia who enlist in the Australian Imperial Force during the First World War.
Defeated Angela Mortimer 6-0, 12-10
St. Louis Cardinals, 1959-1975; 3117 strikeouts
Greatest power hitter in black baseball, perhaps of all time
Director: Robert Lee King. Also starred Kimberley Davies, Matt Keeslar & Charles Busch
Arnold Schwarzenegger got the part
George Clooney got the part
Hugh Jackman got the part
Born 1956 in New York, USA
Director: Harold D. Schuster. Also starred Diane Brewster, J. Pat O'Malley & Russell Johnson. Plot: Boy is given a young colt to raise as his own.
January 3, 1956. New York.
Director: Michael Pate. Also starred Pat Evison, Peter Gwynne & Deborah Kennedy. Plot: Tim (Gibson) is a young man with below average intelligence. He works as a builder's labourer, and is often taken advantage of by his fellow workers and other people.
(Paramount) Directors: Charles A. Nichols & Iwao Takamoto. "Trust me, Wilbur. People are very gullible. They'll believe anything they see in print. "
(Disney) Won 2 Oscars & 1 Golden Globe. Other voice actors were: Russell Means, Christian Bale, Billy Connolly and Judy Kuhn (Pochohontas' singing voice). In their quest for authenticity, the Disney studios hired mostly Native American actors to do the voices. They also employed Native American consultants and had a session with a real shaman. Despite these efforts, prominent Native American activists issued an open letter condemning the film for its historical inaccuracies and stereotyping of the Indian people.
First African-American woman to be a competitor on the world tennis tour and the first to win five Grand Slam titles.
Negro League star is considered to be one of the best catchers and power hitters in the history of the game, 1911-1947
1958; 8 weeks as #1 on the Billboard C&W chart; peaked at #7 on the pop chart