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Captain Wallace B. Binghamton
   appears in   
McHale's Navy
Snoozy Choc
   is a fictional beverage from   
Wallace and Gromit
Henry A. Wallace
   served as Vice-President under   
Franklin D. Roosevelt
'Sea Surface Full of Clouds' by Wallace Stevens
   has the opening lines   
In That November off Tehuantepec,The Slopping of the Sea Grew Still One Night...
And in the morning summer hued the deck ... 1879-1955
Lord Victor Quartermaine
   is the villain in   
Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit
William Wallace & the Earl of Surrey
   led opposing forces at the   
Battle of Stirling Bridge
Wallace trapped the English at the bridge crossing and defeated their superior forces.
The character William Wallace was played by Mel Gibson
Braveheart (1995)
The character Mia Wallace was played by Uma Thurman
In Pulp Ficton (1994).
Wallace Beery
   for his role in   
The Champ (1932)
Tied with Fredric March in "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde"
Jimmy Wallace
   was played by Jack Nicholson in   
The Cry Baby Killer (1958)
Wallace
   and   
Gromit
Abbott Laboratories
   was named after   
Wallace Calvin Abbott
1888
Waitrose
   was named after   
Wallace Waite and Arthur Rose
Treasure Island (1934)
   starred   
Wallace Beery, Jackie Cooper and Lionel Barrymore
Director: Victor Fleming
Grand Hotel (1932)
   starred   
Greta Garbo, John Barrymore, Joan Crawford, Wallace Beery and Lionel Barrymore
Director: Edmund Golding. Also starred Lewis Stone and Jean Hersholt.
Breaking Through (1921)
   starred   
Carmel Myers, Charles Dudley and Wallace MacDonald
Director: Robert Ensminger. Also starred Vincente Howard and Walter Rodgers.
Mike Wallace
   was born in   
Brookline, U.S.A.
1918. CBS News Correspondent
The Last of the Mohicans (1920)
   starred   
Wallace Beery, Barbara Bedford, Alan Roscoe and Lillian Hall
Directors: Maurice Tourneur and Clarence Brown
Wallace Wolodarsky
   directed   
Sorority Boys (2002)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1916)
   starrred   
Curtis Benton, Wallace Clarke and Howard Crampton
Director: Stuart Paton. Also starred Joseph W. Girand, Dan Hanlon & Allen Holubar. Captain Nemo has built a fantastic submarine for his mission of revenge....
Wallace Murray & Bernard Mendiburu
   directed   
The Big One (2006)
Wallace McCutcheon
   directed   
'Foxy Grandpa' Shows Boys He Is a Magician (1902)
No Blade of Grass (1970)
   starred   
Nigel Davenport, Jean Wallace and John Hamill
Director: Cornel Wilde. Also starred Lynne Frederick, Patrick Holt & Ruth Kettlewell. Plot: When a deadly virus strikes London, John Custane (Davenport) takes his family to hoped-for safety in Scotland.
Notorious B.I.G.
   is the stage name of   
Christopher Wallace
American rapper & hip-hop star, 1972-1997 RIP
Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster
   named a child   
Alastair Wallace
Son
Ah, Wilderness! (1935)
   starred   
Wallace Berry, Lionel Barrymore and Aline MacMahon
Director: Clarence Brown. Also starred Cecilia Parker, Spring Byington & Mickey Rooney. Plot: Story of small-town life in turn-of-the-century America, and a young boy's problems facing adolescence.
Wallace Beery
   was considered for the role of   
Captain Bligh in Mutiny on the Bounty (1935)
Charles Laughton got the part
Alias a Gentleman (1948)
   starred   
Wallace Beery, Tom Drake and Dorothy Patrick
Director: Harry Beaumont. Also starred Gladys George, Leon Ames & Warner Anderson. Plot: Aging ex-con tries to stop his daughter from getting involved with shady characters.
E. T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
   starred   
Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace and Robert MacNaughton
Director: Steven Spielberg. Also starred Drew Barrymore, Peter Coyote & K. C. Martel. Plot: A group of Earth children help a stranded alien botanist return home. Won 4 Oscars
Dinner at Eight (1933)
   starred   
Marie Dressler, John Barrymore and Wallace Beery
Director: George Cukor. Also starred Jean Harlow, Lionel Barrymore & Billie Burke. Plot: Social climbing Millicent (Burke) and Oliver Jordan (Lionel Barrymore) throw a dinner for a bunch of New York society types, each of whom has much to reveal.
Donald Justice
   wrote   
Homage to the Memory of Wallace Stevens
"Hartford is cold today but no colder for your absence"
Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
   has the tagline   
Something Wicked This Way Hops
A play on Shakespeare's "something wicked this way comes" (from Macbeth)
"A Tribute to Miles"
   was released by   
Ron Carter, Herbie Hancock & Wallace Roney
1995 - Best Jazz Instrumental Album
The Rogue's Tavern (1936)
   starred   
Wallace Ford, Barbara Pepper and Joan Woodbury
Director: Robert F. Hill. Also starred Clara Kimball Young, Jack Mulhall & John Elliott. Plot: A mad killer is on the loose in a hotel on a dark, gloomy night.
Back Door to Heaven (1939)
   starred   
Wallace Ford, Aline MacMahon and Stuart Erwin
Director: William K. Howard. Also starred Patricia Ellis, Bert Frohman & Jimmy Lydon. Plot: The life of a young slum kid, who starts out stealing small things in order to fit in with the "crowd"...
George Wallace
   lost the election to   
Richard Nixon
1968
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
   had the voice actors   
Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes & Helena Bonham Carter
(UK/USA) Nominated for 2 Oscars. The first stop-motion claymation movie to win the Best Animated Feature Oscar. Also won 2 Baftas. The film required 2.8 tons of Plasticine in 42 colours and 1000 baby-wipes per week to wipe it off animators' fingers."
Gotham: A History of New York City to 1898
   was written by   
Edwin G. Burrows and Mike Wallace
1999
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
      
Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace and Drew Barrymore
A group of Earth children help a stranded alien botanist return home.
Wallace Stegner
   created the character   
Ellen Hammond Ward
Angle of Repose
Wallace Stegner
   wrote   
The Blue-Winged Teal
1950; Harper's Magazine
Braveheart (1995)
   is a film about   
William Wallace
Portrayed by Mel Gibson
Wallace Stevens
   wrote   
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
"Among twenty snowy mountains, the only moving thing was the eye...."
Patterson Bigfoot Film
   was perpetrated by   
Ray Wallace & Roger Patterson
A 1967 home movie that showed what appeared to be an apelike figure striding away from the camera in a wooded area. The Wallaces admitted that it was Ray's wife, Elna, cavorting in a gorilla suit.
Wallace Stegner
   was an   
Author
American historian, novelist, short story writer and environmentalist (1909-1993)
Lew Wallace
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Ben-Hur (1959)
Won 11 Oscars. The producer Sam Zimbalist died 2 months before production ended with William Wyler taking over his duties. Lew Wallace was a Union General in the American Civil War in the 1860s.
Randall Wallace
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Pearl Harbor (2001)
Based on the 2001 book
Mike Wallace
   was a   
Television Personality
Journalist, television host, actor and media personality; key player on CBS' Sixty Minutes; 1918-2012
Mike Wallace
   was a   
Journalist
Sixty Minutes co-anchor
Faye Kellerman & Marilyn Wallace
   won the award for   
The Ritual Bath & A Case of Loyalties
1987 Tie. Fay Kellerman for The Ritual Bath and Marilyn Wallace for A Case of Loyalties.






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