Heatwave had a UK number 2 in 1977 with "Boogie Nights"
The three members were Emerson, Lake and Palmer - hence the name.
rock drummer (The Who) British
country western singer American
2002. A song about his father's patriotism and faith in the USA.
D. Feb 8th 2005 -- drummer for the Doobie Brothers
1892-1975, was a senior commander in the Royal Air Force in the WWII, he was in tactical command during two of the most significant air battles in the European theatre in the Second World War, The Battle of Britain and the Battle of Malta
An Australian adventurer and film-maker.
English singer, best known as a founding member of Pink Floyd
Director: Taylor Hackford
Actor, Actor (TV series Kung Fu), Actor/singer
US Senator, US President, US Pro football player
Director: Laszlo Benedek. Also starred Jay C. Flippen, Peggy Maley and Hugh Sanders. Plot: Two rival motorcycle gangs terrorize a small town after one of their leaders is thrown in jail.
Director: Chris Columbus. Also starred Vincent D'Onofrio and Penelope Ann Miller
Director: Stephen Herek. Also starred David Duchovny, John Getz and Josh Charles
Director: Matthew Robbins. Also starred Christian Slater, Richard Bradford, Yeardley Smith and Dean Stockwell. All Billie Jean wanted was $608 from the boy who broke her brother's scooter. But when you come from a small town in Texas, justice is something you have to win for yourself. Billie Jean didn't mean to become a fugitive. She'd never heard of Joan Of Arc...
Director: Naomi Capon & John Glenister. Also starred Anne Stallybrass, Elvi Hale & Angela Pleasence. Won Primetime Emmy
Director: Pete Walker. Also starred Paul Greenwood, Kim Butcher & Fiona Curzon. Plot: Edmund (Davies) and Dorothy (Keith) Yates are freed after fifteen years in an asylum.
Gregory Peck got the part
Director: Alan Randolph. Also starred Patrick Bauchau, Rae Dawn Chong & John Larroquette. Plot: Several lost-soul night-owls, including a nightclub owner, a talkback radio relationships counseller...
Also a composer. He was the first artist to tour with a Moog synthesizer
Director: Dallas M. Fitzgerald. Also starred Francis McDonald, Lee Moran & Betty Baker
Director: Paul Guilfoyle. Also starred Claudia Barrett, Jane Darwell & Gavin Gordon. Plot: After a married woman has had an illicit affair, mysterious accidents began happening to her husband.
(1946-1956) An all-rounder, he was a middle-order batsman with a classic high bowling action & could produce genuine pace. He shared a famous and destructive opening bowling partnership with Ray Lindwall. He was also an effective slip fielder. In the Ashes series against England in 1946/47 he scored 384 runs at an average of 76.80 and took 16 wickets at 20.87.
, Restauranteur, TV Presenter, Writer, Bon Viveur, the man who taught a generation that if it wasn't good enough to drink then it wasn't good enough to cook with. Also famous for ejecting a customer from one of his restaurants for trying to order a bottle of Blue Nun. 28 December 1943 – 14 September 2009
Jazz pianist and composer, b. 1945
D. 2016 Emerson, Lake and Palmer
He allegedly said about this movie "Probably the lousiest western ever made"