October 3 1971 for 5 weeks
August 27 1972 for 1 week
August 31 1975 for 4 weeks; did not chart highly in the U.S.
November 26 1978 for 1 week
1988; impressive tune built on Dylan's original; peaked at 312 on the Billboard Hot 100
1993; theme song from the movie "The Three Musketeers"; worldwide hit
He was offered the title role in Patton (1970) but refused it, saying, "I'm not going to glorify war". The role was then given to George C. Scott, who won the Oscar for it. Steiger calls this refusal his "dumbest career move".
1972; peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100; lasting acclaim
Lifetime average of .328 with seven batting titles
Satirist, tv personality, singer
1993. Originally recorded by Van Morrison (1989)
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Director: Norman Jewison. Also starred Lee Grant, Larry Gates & James Patterson. Plot: An African American detective is asked to investigate a murder in a racist southern town. Won 5 Oscars
Director: Sidney Lumet. Also starred Jaime Sánchez, Thelma Oliver & Marketa Kimbrell. Plot: A Jewish pawnbroker, victim of Nazi persecution, loses all faith in his fellow man until he realizes too late the tragedy of his actions.
Director: Stuart Rosenberg. Also starred Don Stroud, Murray Hamilton & John Larch. Plot: Newlyweds move into a house where a murder was committed, and experience strange manifestations which drive them away.
George C. Scott got the part
2005 - Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
IMDB:8.1/10. Director: Norman Jewison. Won 5 Oscars incl. Best Picture, 2 Baftas, 3 Golden Globe and National Film Preservation Board Award.
IMDB:8.0/10. Director: David Lean. Won 5 Oscars and 5 Golden Globes.
(Disney) Won a Bafta for Best Animated Film. The first Disney feature film to use photocopying technology (Xerography )to replace hand-inking, which made an animated film with this much visual complexity possible at a reasonable cost. It also set the visual style of Disney animation (a scratchy, hard outline look) for years until the technology advanced enough (with the production of The Rescuers (1977)) to allow a softer look.
(1970-1984) A wicket-keeper & batsman, he was nick-named ‘Iron Gloves’ after his first Test series in 1970/71 against England as a result of the number of times he dropped the ball. He went on to set the record for most dismissals in Test cricket. With Dennis Lillee he set a record world record combining for 95 Test dismissals. As a batsman he scored 110* against England in 1977.
11 Time Grand Slam Winner. World No. 1 player from 1964 to 1970.
You will orbit into the fantastic future.
For 5 weeks in 1971; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
1978; 4 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Australian actor of film and television; appearing in over 50 films including Alfred Hitchock's "The Birds"