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George Lincoln Rockwell
   was a name mentioned in   
Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues
Rockwell International, North American Rockwell, Rockwell Semiconductor
   was named after   
Willard Rockwell
Matchstick Men (2003)
   starred   
Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell and Alison Lohman
Director: Ridley Scott
Thomas Rockwell
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
How to Eat Fried Worms (2006)
Based on the 1973 book
Rockwell
   is the stage name of   
Kennedy Gordy
American R&B performer, son of Motown founder Berry Gordy
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007)
   starred   
Casey Affleck, Brad Pitt and Sam Rockwell
Director: Andrew Dominik. Also starred Paul Schneider, Jeremy Renner & Garret Dillahunt. Plot: Robert Ford, who's idolized Jesse James since childhood, tries hard to join the reforming gang of the Missouri outlaw, but gradually becomes resentful of the bandit leader.
Frost/Nixon (2008)
   starred   
Frank Langella, Michael Sheen and Sam Rockwell
IMDB:8.2/10. Ron Howard. 5 Oscar nominations (winners not yet announced) and 6 Bafta nominations (winners not yet announced)
Norman Rockwell
   painted   
Freedom of Speech
1943, oil on canvas; Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Mass
Norman Rockwell
   painted   
Marriage License
1955, oil on canvas; Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Mass
Norman Rockwell
   painted   
Southern Justice (Murder in Mississippi)
Rockwell's final painting, 1965
Capt. Rockwell Torrey
   was played by John Wayne in   
In Harm’s Way (1965)
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

Cowboy with Gramaphone (Dreams of Long Ago); 1927; American; Regionalism; private collection; oil on canvas; 94 x 81 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on August 13, 1927
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

Freedom from Want; 1943; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 116 x 90 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on March 6, 1943
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

Freedom of Speech; 1943; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 116 x 90 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on February 20, 1943
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

Portrait of Nehru; 1963; American; Regionalism; Social Realism; private collection; oil on posterboard; 44 x 51 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on January 19, 1963
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

Self Portrait; 1960; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil and graphite on paper board; 112 x 88 cm; used for cover of The Saturday Evening Post on February 13, 1960
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

The Connoiseur; 1962; American; Regionalism; private collection; oil on canvas; 96 x 80 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on January 13, 1962
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

The Day I Painted Ike; 1952; American; Regionalism, Social Realism; private collection; oil on canvas; 28 x 20 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on October 11, 1952
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

The Final Impossibility: Man's Track on the Moon (Two Men on the Moon); 1969; American; Regionalism; National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 42 x 62 cm; used on the cover of Look Magazine on December 30, 1969
Norman Rockwell
   painted   

The Lineman; 1948; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 145 x 107 cm; Used as AT&T advertisement
Sam Rockwell
   for his role in   
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)
Norman Rockwell
   represents   
Regionalism
American Illustrator and Painter






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